£ 103,812
Rustler - 36
Red Ensign Marine Limited
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£ 103,812
listed price: 120.000 €

Rustler - 36

Sailing BoatsBlue Water CruisersRustlerModel 36

Rustler 36 from 2004. One owner from new. Yacht residing in Italy with her owner. She has a few bespoke additions since new that set her apart from a standard Rustler 36. The most significant being the professionally built, fixed spray canopy and, the relocation of the main sheet track to the coach roof, forward of the spray canopy. There are a few other less significant changes that make this Rustler 36 unique. However, as can be seen from the displayed images, she has the advantages of no teak decks, she presents in good order and the bespoke changed make a little 'special'. We have not visited this yacht personally but can supply further high resolution images upon request. Call us to discuss in more detail.

GRP hull and superstructure
Full encapsulated lead keel
Keel and transom hung rudder
Beige gold coloured hull
Cream coloured deck moulding
Non slip painted finish to side decks and coachroof
Teak laid cockpit sole and seating
Fixed and rigid spray hood added (VTR + shatterproof glass)
Tiller steering  
Engine; BUKH DV24 ME, cooling with exchanger, approximately 900 hours as of January 2021
Shaft drive
3 blade fixed propeller
Drive shaft/propeller rope cutter
Deck Gear
Canvas cockpit tent enclosure
Independent Eberspascher D5 diesel powered warm air heating to cockpit when tent is in place
Dorade air vents to foredeck with stainless steel protection bars
Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit
Stainless steel stanchions and guard wires
Gate openings to port and starboard guard wires
Folding stainless steel boarding ladder
Teak hand rails to port and starboard of coach roof
Teak life raft mounting blocks to coach roof
Canvas covers for deck hatches
Independent Eberspacher D5 heating system for the cockpit only.
Hydrovane wind steering
ST4000 electric auto pilot for tiller steering  
Ground Tackle
1500W windlass with rapid anchor drop
75 meters of 10 mm chain plus warp.
Anchor chain hauser pipe equipped with a ‘chain boy’
Bruce main anchor
Spade kedge anchor
Rocna anchor
Sloop rigged
Stainless steel standing rig
Demountable inner forestay with Highfield lever attachment
Reefing control lines led aft to cockpit
Stowage bags for reef lines and halyards
Stainless steel mast steps
The mainsheet track has been installed to the coach roof, ahead of sprayhood. Constructed with adequate reinforcements and tie rods to return the stresses to the keel. To support these changes, a system of pulleys and quickdraws for the distribution of efforts has been added to the boom. These changes were made in 2011 at the CNC shipyard in Caorle (VE)
Selden boom vang
Gybe preventer
4 x self tailing sail control winches
2 x Lewmar self tailing electric halyard/reefing winches in the deckhouse  
Fully battened mainsail
Furling genoa on Furlex roller system
Storm jib
At chart table:
Raymarine 12" colour chart plotter, radar
Raymarine 7” GPS
Raymarine multi repeater instrument
ICOM VHF/DSC ships radio
Simrad TH50 hand held VHF
Raymarine 430 SSB radio

At cockpit:
Raymarine ST60 instruments – speed; compass; wind; depth
Raymarine autopilot control head
Teak and teak faced joinery throughout
Cabin heating via Eberspacher D4 diesel powered warm air system Saloon:
De-mounted folding saloon table top (without pedestal) stored under seat cushions
The bunk also has no pillows and during the day it sits on the mattress itself, already prepared with its sheets and blankets, for the night.
The mattress, in ecological natural futon, remains protected by a leather cover during the day, which allows you to enter the cabin wet after a swim in the sea and sit on it without transferring water to the underlying sheets. The leather cover, also natural, is folded against the backrest, for the night, so that you can lie down on the mattress to sleep.
Storage cupboards and bookshelves to port and starboard sides
Stowable additional pipe-cots to port and starboard sides
Bespoke canvas storage solutions throughout saloon
Quarter berth to aft port side of saloon, incorporating navigators seat
3 x internal 12v cooling fans
Clocks and barometer mounted on forward saloon bulkhead
Ships bell
Ships oil lamp Navigation area:
To port side
Froward facing chart table with chart stowage
Stowage cupboard under chart table
Navigators seat a head of quarter berth
Navigation instruments as described
12v ships control panel
Navigators chart light Galley:
Cool-box compartment, not refrigerated
Stainless steel gimballed cooker with 4 burners and oven
1.5 bowl stainless steel sink
Pressurised hot and cold water mixer tap
Manual fresh and saltwater taps to main galley sink
Storage cupboards over and under work surfaces
Bespoke crockery and glassware storage cupboards Heads:
Located port side, forward of saloon
Moulded inset sink with hot and cold mixer shower head tap
Cupboards over and under sink
Teak floor grating with shower tray pump-out system
Manual vacuum toilet toilet with black water collection tank
On Board Systems
Gas System:
3 x LPG cylinders in cockpit locker
Electric valve and safety alarm Electrical System:
Photovoltaic solar panel to charge engine battery Water System:
Pressurised hot and cold water to galley and heads compartment
Hot water via engine calorifier and 220V immersion element
6 person Avon life-raft (service required)
life-lines on deck
Additional Equipment
2 x windsocks
Dinghy tender
Honda 2.3 outboard engine
Owner's Comments
I enjoy an traditional Asian style of living on board. For example, the saloon area is configured to accommodate dining in a crossed leg posture  This layout can easily be re-configured to the common standard Rustler style of accommodation. The new boat was transferred from Falmouth to Venice, directly by the owner, during a 40-day voyage with stops every 2-3 days.
She remained in Venice since then, except for three winter cruises to Croatia, of 45 days each, comprising of short daily voyages and transfers to and from Caorle (shipyard that carried out some works). Finally to Porto Levante in 2018 where she is still. On board there is all the original documentation of the construction, design, plant engineering and the technical manuals of all on-board equipment and instruments The boat is equipped with extensive maps of Europe and the Mediterranean, English edition
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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Year built2004
Sales statusavailable
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Length10.77 m/35 ft
Width3.35 m/11 ft
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Red Ensign Marine Limited
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