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Hustler - 35

If you haven't heard of the Hustler 35 you really should look them up! Aesthetically they are stunning, they sail like a dream and yet somehow they manage to fit in a huge amount down below too, including 6 berths, a spacious galley, a huge chart table and ample storage throughout.

GWINEAR is a superb example, very well maintained, organised and cared for. The current owners have enjoyed her immensely but are moving on to other hobbies. She has to be one of the best, if not the best Hustler 35 around. She is afloat in Poole Harbour and waiting for her next adventure! Viewing is highly recommended.


Upon entering the cabin via the companionway you have the chart table immediately to port. The chart table is huge for a 35 foot boat, it is forward facing and has ample storage for charts and access to instruments. Behind the chart table is a "snug" quarter berth and a wet-locker.

Adjacent to the chart table is the galley, again this looks like it could be out of a much larger yacht, but works so well here. It has a built in cool-box, a Plastimo Neptune cooker with two burners, grill and oven. A stainless steel sink and plenty of storage. The galley is separated from main cabin with a half height bulkhead.

Into the main saloon there are settee berths on either side and an extra pilot berth to port. There is storage behind and beneath both berths. The saloon table folds up to the forward bulkhead giving a really spacious feel when the table is stowed and yet a very usable table when not.

Forward of the mast to port is the heads with a Lavac toilet and hand basin as well as a shower operated through a foot pump. Adjacent to the heads is hanging storage for waterproofs, life jackets etc.

Into the fore-cabin to the double 'V' berth, again with storage beneath the berths, shelves either side and an escape hatch above.


  • LOA: 10.62m, 34’ 10”
  • LWL: 7.62m, 25’
  • Beam: 3.22m, 10’ 7”
  • Draught: 1.8m, 5’ 11”
  • Displacement: 5,450Kg, 12,000lbs
  • Ballast: 2,223Kg, 4,900lbs
  • Designer(s): Holman & Pye,   Builder: Hartley Marine

Engine & Machinery

  • Yanmar 3GM30, 3 cylinder, 24HP diesel engine (new 1990)
  • Approx. 950hrs, regular servicing and maintenance
  • Two bladed folding propeller (new 2006)
  • Stainless steel 90 litre diesel tank
  • 1x 65amp/hour engine battery, 2x 110amp/hour domestic batteries (all new 2015)
  • Sterling battery charger


Sails, Canvas & Rigging


  • Fully battened mainsail- Sanders (2009)
  • Furling Genoa- Sanders (2007)
  • Cruising chute- Sanders (2007)
  • Working jib, storm jib  and spinnaker.


  • Masthead sloop- Kemp aluminium masts and spinnaker pole, Z-spars boom (2009). The mast is keel stepped, single spreader and fitted with a Tides Marine luff track.
  • Stainless steel standing rigging replaced in 2013
  • Seasure back stay tensioner
  • Kemp gas-strut kicker
  • Furlex genoa furling gear
  • Spare, removable forestay with Seasure tensioner
  • Stack pack and lazy-jacks


  • Spray hood
  • Cockpit dodgers
  • Companionway cover
  • Mainsail cover

Navigation Equipment

  • Sestrel steering compass
  • Autohelm tridata (1999)
  • Auothelm wind (1999, overhauled in 2013)
  • Autohelm compass (1999)
  • Autohelm ST4000 tiller pilot (1999)
  • Autohelm repeater at chart table
  • Compact SX-25 VHF (1998)
  • Clipper Navtex (2002)
  • Sony FM radio


Deck Equipment

  • 16kg CQR anchor with 60m of galvanised chain
  • Folding Fishermans anchor (kedge) with chain and warp
  • Lofrans Progress 12V anchor windlass (2001)
  • 2x Anderson 46ST self-tailing sheet winches
  • 2x Anderson 28ST self-tailing spinnaker winches (2007)
  • 2x Lewmar winches on coachroof
  • Lewmar 8 halyard winch at mast
  • Warps, fenders, boat hook etc

Safety Equipment

  • Ocean Safety 4 man ISO life raft
  • Radar reflector
  • 2x Horseshoe lifebuoys, 1x buoyant light
  • Foghorn
  • Jackstays
  • Cockpit harness points
  • x3 fire extinguishers and one fire blanket


Parkstone Bay Yachts provides the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information set out in these particulars, and we do not warrant the condition of the vessel. The particulars are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is advised to check the particulars and specifications and where appropriate instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to fully inspect the vessel and/or to have a sea trial of the vessel. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Category:Sailing Boats
Subcategory:Blue Water Cruisers
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1978
Sales status:Sold
Length:10.66 m/35 ft
Width:3.2 m/10 ft
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