Neff Yacht Sales / Used 43 foot OYSTER MARINE LTD OM43 Jet Cruiser - SALLY LIGHTFOOT



2010 • 43' (13.26 m) • Cruiser
United States

$495,000 USD

Hand-built Express Cruiser with twin jet reliability and double-cabin comfort. SALLY LIGHTFOOT has been well-cared-for and only lightly used. Generous bridgedeck with galley-up leads to spacious cockpit with retractable bimini. Indoor-stored during winters, only 295 hours on Cummins 480hp engines and 18 hours on generator. The hull topsides were repainted in 2019. Machinery and bilge spaces are spotless.


Vessel Information

Model: OM43 Jet
Model Year: 2010
Type: MotorBoat
Category: Cruiser
Sub Category: Jet Boat
Condition: Used

LOA: 43' (13.26 m)
Beam Feet: 13' (3.99 m)
Draft Feet: 2' (0.69 m)
Engine Info: 480 HP, Twin, Inboard, Diesel, Cummins
Sleeps: 5
Staterooms: 2

Location: Mamaroneck, New York United States
City: Mamaroneck
Country: United States


Offered by the renowned sailing yacht builder Oyster Marine, SALLY LIGHTFOOT is hull number 20 of 20 built.

The Oyster OM43 is a hand-built Express Cruiser with twin jet reliability and double-cabin comfort. The boat is easy to take out for an afternoon yet has the accommodation and amenities for longer cruises. It is full of design features made famous on Oysters sailing yachts: a refrigerated cockpit table, flip-out anchoring system, comfortable interiors, practical galley and detailed joinery work. Systems and machinery are easily accessible. The master cabin is huge with large centerline queen, and the guest cabin with two twins can be converted to a double berth with insert. The large head features a separate stall shower. The main bridge deck with settee and galley has a 360-degree seated view. The aft cockpit is a great place to relax and has a retractable bimini frame. The bulkhead door slides open with upper panels that drop down to create an "open" feel between cockpit and bridge area.

SALLY LIGHTFOOT has been well-cared-for and lightly used. Stored indoors during winters, there are only 295 hours on the Cummins 480hp engines and 18 hours on the generator. The hull topsides were repainted in 2019. Machinery and bilge spaces are spotless.

If you are considering a quality built offshore capable express cruiser, SALLY LIGHTFOOT is worthy of inspection.

The items in italic highlight the non-standard items fitted during the build program or added by the owner thereafter.



  • Incorporates a high tech, weight saving, composite structure using vinylester resin and a combination of E-glass, Kevlar and carbon fiber for ultimate strength.
  • The hull is solid laminate below the waterline; topsides and deck are cored with high-density foam or balsa for strength and insulation.
  • Hull color is dark blue (new 2019) with a silver cove line and single white boot top line.
  • Additional oval ports in forward cabin


  • Side decks, forward coach roof and cockpit seat tops incorporate a molded non-slip pattern
  • The foredeck area has a flush locker housing the anchor and chain
  • A fold out stem-head roller is housed flush within the anchor locker when not in use
  • Teak toe rail is fitted around the deck edge, a pair of stainless steel fairleads is fitted at bow and stern, and a half oval stainless rub rail is fitted to protect the deck edge
  • Stainless steel handrails
  • (6) Stainless mooring cleats are fitted and the side decks house remote fillers for fuel, water and holding tank pump out
  • The cockpit sole and stern platform are trimmed with laid teak planking. The sole incorporates a lazarette locker at the aft end for equipment storage and also gives access to the jet drives and steering gear
  • The cockpit seats incorporate stowage lockers with hinged lids
  • Jack staff socket at bow
  • Swim ladder at stern
  • Exterior sunscreens for forward and side windows


Two-cabin layout

Large double berth in master cabin forward
(2) Twin berths in guest cabin to port can be separated or made as Double

Interior joinery finished in teak


Forward Owner's Cabin
Queen island berth with custom mattress on base hinging to access large stowage area underneath.
Drawer storage at base of berth
Hanging lockers to port and starboard
Raised lockers
Ocean Air blind for overhead hatch
(2) Hella fans

Guest Cabin
Guest cabin to port with twin berths with filler to create Double
Hella fan

Push-button freshwater Quiet Flush WC, washbasin and separate shower stall

Counter surfaces in synthetic stone with twin stainless sink
Front-opening Vitrifrigo refrigerator
Vitrifrigo icemaker
2-burner 110V electric stove top
Microwave oven/grill
Abundant stowage including custom stowage for cutlery, crockery and glassware

Helm Station /Pilot Area
Shock dampened adjustable pilot seats with footrests for helmsman
Adjustable passenger seat
Navigation instruments, engine and jet controls
Pair of stop-start controls for engines and individual single lever throttle/gearshift controls
Pair of jet drive controls
Single lever jet control for low speed maneuvering
Electric windshield wipers with freshwater wash for forward windscreens
DC and AC electric service panels to port by passenger seating

C- shaped settee to port with teak table that lowers to make a berth


Sound System

Alpine touch screen stereo with Anthony Galo speakers in saloon and waterproof Alpine speakers in cockpit


26" Flat screen in saloon aft of galley

20" Flat screen TV in owner's cabin

Satellite TV KVH M1 receiver



Fold-out anchor and roller

20kg (45lb) and 60m of chain

Saltwater washdown pump


(3) Lewmar opening hatches over the forward cabin, WC area and guest cabin

(2) Lewmar Pilot hatches in saloon

Skyscreens for all hatches


Self-draining, with opening door to the boarding/bathing platform

Cockpit table in teak and stainless steel with folding leaves is permanently secured to the cockpit sole

Frigoboat refrigerated cockpit table drinks storage

Aft window and door system retract to create an open-plan saloon/cockpit area

"L" shaped seating on port and starboard cockpit with storage below

Cockpit cushions

Huge lazarette for storage and access to Jet drives

Deck Shower

Hot & cold freshwater deck shower in aft coaming
Hose connection for washdown



(2) Cummins QSB 4.9 480 hp diesels, which are independently installed with their own water-injected exhaust system, starter battery, electrics and plumbing


(2) Hamilton 292 jet units are driven through ZF reduction gearboxes and lay shafts

A pair of electrically-operated Bennet trim tabs is fitted with controls at the helm station


Mastervolt Whisper 6 110v diesel generator installed with acoustic sound shield, remote controls and monitoring to power battery charger, ring main and electric hob when dockside power is not available

Air Conditioning

Cruisair 16000 BTU reverse-cycle provides cooling/heating to the saloon
Additional 8000 BTU Stowaway Aircon 110v SXF7C forward cabin



From two-baffled stainless steel tanks, 200 US gallons each, installed under each side deck, each dedicated to one engine. A balance pipe system is installed to facilitate with interconnection of tanks if required.

Electronic fuel gauges are fitted and displayed at helm position and two Racor fuel filters/water separators are fitted with alarms at the helm station.


A fiberglass freshwater tank of 90 US gallons supplies a hot and cold pressurized system to galley, WC and deck shower

Water is heated from engine cooling system and AC immersion heater

Discharge pump for shower and WC washbasin

Spectra Ventura 150 MPC water maker

Holding Tank

Black water holding tank with contents gauge, sea discharge and deck pump-out facility


Ship's Supply

12V DC electrical system with circuit breaker protection supplied via heavy-duty battery isolator switches


AC 110v system with protected ring main and dockside connection

50 foot 50 amp power cable on Cablemaster reel

Double outlet sockets in saloon, galley, forward cabin and engine room

110v water heating to hot water tank

50ft Shore power cable


(2) Engine start battery AGM

Generator start battery

(4) Domestic batteries

Battery management system

Battery charger with float control


Mastervolt combi inverter charger 110v / 2000 kW


Interior lighting fitted and switched as appropriate with halogen lighting throughout, mirror light in WC, reading lights in forward cabin

Dimmer switch for saloon lighting

Cockpit lighting
Underwater lights



High-speed compass at helm station with night lighting


Furuno F1 503 display log, boat speed and depth displayed at helm

Furuno WS-200 for wind speed and direction

Radar/GPS Plotter

Furuno MFD 12 radar plotter

Furuno DRS4A open array scanner

Furuno AIS linked to plotter


Furuno NAV611

Navigation Lights

Navigation, anchor and steaming lights

GOlight spotlight

VHF Radio

Simrad RS87 VHF


Bilge Pumps

Separate forward and aft automatic pumps direct wired and 3-way switching to allow On/Off/Automatic. An emergency manual bilge pump is fitted in the cockpit


Twin stainless steel horns on roof

Fire Extinguishers

Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay


Lines and fenders

Oyster customized Wedgwood bone china yacht crockery, including bowls, cups, saucers, dinner and side plates for six

Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery for six

Set of glassware for six

Cockpit bimini

Camper back enclosure

Cover to cockpit table


The owner's personal effects are excluded from the sale.

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