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1989 Rustler 36

location icon Port Solent, Hampshire
Year 1989
Length 35'4 ft / 10.77 m
Price
£75,000

Rustler 36 - 1989

Encapsulated lead keel, Yanmar 3YM30 fitted 2011 with 176 hours, 6 berths in two cabins plus saloon. She has been in her current ownership since 1998 and has clearly been much loved and regularly and well maintained.

Specifications

Year Built 1989
Category Sail
Length Overall 35'4 ft / 10.77 m
Beam 11 ft / 3.35 m
Max Draft 6'0 ft / 1.83 m
Construction Fiberglass
Keel Full Keel
Drive Type Direct
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 29 hp
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 91 L
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 205 L
Holding Tanks 1
Holding Tank Cap. 16 L
Ballast 3,456 kg
Displacement 7,620 kg

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Yanmar
Model: 3YM30
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 29hp
Type: Inboard
Year: 2011
Engine Hours: 176
Mechanical
  • Yanmar 3YM30 - 2011
  • 29 hp at 3600 rpm
  • Hours - approx 176 
  • Engine regularly serviced and maintained by professional engineers
  • New exhaust elbow - 2020
  • Brunton autoprop - 2016
  • Engine compliant with EPA tier 2 emissions and BSO/SAV stage 2 compliant
  • New sound proofing - 2011
  • 3:1 Worth gearbox
  • 2000 rpm burns 2 litres per hour and boat speed of 4-5 knots
  • Maximum speed 6 -7 knots
  • Control panel with key start alarms and push button stop
  • Oil pressure gauge in companionway
  • 20 Gallon stainless steel fuel tank
  • Newman Hender type stern gland with remote greaser repacked 2019

 

 

Electrical
  • 12v and 240v systems
  • 2 x Domestic gel batteries
  • 1 x Engine start battery
  • 60 Amp alternator
  • Pulsetronic Batsman Ampere hour meter to monitor and display battery capacity (Ah, V and current)
  • All batteries under cabin floor in box with screwed down cover
  • Isolator switches for batteries
  • Battery charger - CTEK XS25000 Unit in starboard cockpit locker
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Shorepower with lead
  • Solar panel
  • Wind/water towed Ampair Generator
  • Control panel at chart table for electronics
  • 240v socket in saloon when on shore power
  • All lights are LED

 

 

Navigation

Cockpit

  • Wind - B&G Network
  • Log/Speed - B&G Network
  • Compass - B&G Network
  • Depth - B&G Network
  • Autopilot - Simrad T2 
  • Mounting for B&G Elite Plotter
  • Hydrovane self steering system

Chart table

  • Radar - Furuno 2800-3100MHz linked to plotter
  • Chartplotter - B&G Elite
  • B&G Quad repeater for cockpit instruments
  • VHF/DSC - ICOM 60 with handheld transmitter with cockpit repeater and dedicated aerial
  • ICOM - Class B AIS Transponder - 2017
  • GPS - Philips 200 NAV intergrated with plotter or Radar
  • Navtex receiver
  • Hussan 55 VHF installed but not connected (a spare)

 

 

Sails, Spars and Rigging
  • Z Spar keel stepped mast
  • Slab reefing main with 5 horizontal battens and 3 reefing points
  • High quality mast cars for main 
  • Harken furling headsail with furiling line to cockpit 
  • Rigging renewed by Mark Flew - 2015
  • Booming out spar for downwind sailing
  • Spinnaker pole
  • Harken backstay tensioner
  • Removable inner forestay
  • All mainsail lines led aft to cockpit
  • Sail repair kit

Sails

  • Main - Technique by Gough at Bursledon - pre 1998
  • Genoa - in Challenge Marblehead Dacron - Mark Flew - 2006
  • No.1 foresail - 2020
  • No 2 working foresail by B&H - 1999
  • Blade foresail - SW Sails - pre 1998 (almost unused)
  • Cruising chute with snuffer and lines - B&H - c 2000 (almost unused)
  • Spinnaker with topping lift - pre 1998 (almost unused)
  • Main and working sails maintained by Mark Flew

 

Interior & Domestic
  • 6 berths including 3 in saloon
  • 1 x heads and shower with stainless steel holding tank
  • Pressurised hot and cold water with 240 v supply to an immersion heater
  • Manual cold water pump
  • 40 gallon stainless steel water tank under cockpit floor
  • Mikuni heating system with two heat exchangers, also supplies hot water.
  • Cabin and Saloon relined 
  • Upholstery - 2000
  • Curtains - 2004
  • Galley with Dometic oven grill and 2 ring burner - 2017
  • Fridge powered by a Danfoss compressor beneath the sink
  • Gas certificate 2017
  • Set of cutlery, china and pans (all clean)
  • Hatches fitted with blinds
  • 240v socket 
  • Connection for laptop

 

 

Hull and Deck
  • Tiller steering
  • Encapsulated lead keel
  • Seacocks replaced 2017/18
  • Teak decks - professionally maintained
  • Stainless steel bow hawse with twin rollers for 10mm chain
  • 45 lb CQR anchor with 59 meters of 10mm galvanised chain
  • 35 lb spare CQR anchor
  • Electric anchor windlass - Lewmar H4 - through bolted to deck with chain gipsy and rope drum. Manual control and lift lever - Motor rewound 2018
  • 2 Barton type clutches for main halyard and topping lift
  • 4 Jammers for for luff and leach lines
  • 1 Jammer for kicker and 6 sheaves at mast foot
  • Central cockpit mainsheet control with 4 part endless mainsheet and hauler port and starboard
  • 4 x 14 inch alloy mooring cleats
  • 2 Midships cleats
  • Teak grabrails on coach roof
  • Outboard bracket
  • Gas locker
  • Liferaft cradle
  • Aluminium cockpit table (kept rolled up in dedicated bag)

Winches

  • 2 x Lewmar 50 Self tailing primary winches
  • 2 x Lewmar 30 Self tailing cockpit winches
  • 1 x Lewmar Self tailing coachroof winch
  • 2 x Lewmar Self tailing mast winches
Safety
  • 2 x manual bilge pump with strom boxes
  • 1 x electric bilge pump
  • 2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys one with attached Danbuoy flag and light
  • Safety throwing line with harness
  • Jon buoy
  • Boarding ladder
  • Emergency rudder on Hydrovane
  • Lifelines and securing D rings
  • 6 man Ocean Safety Liferaft - 2020 - by separate negotiation

 

 

Canvas
  • Sprayhood
  • Sailbag
  • Cockpit tent with windows on 3 sides - Master covers 2017
  • External hatch covers
  • Winch covers
  • Windlass cover
Miscellaneous
  • Dinghy and outboard by separate negotiation
  • White hull - professionally maintained and polished

 

Documentation
  • Blue book showing previous owners 
  • Current Part One Registration certificate
  • Bill of Sale to current owner dated 1998
  • Detailed construction drawing 
Owners comments

Orions Girl was built by the manager of Orion Marine Falmouth, for his planned voyage to New Zealand. She was exhibited at the 1990 Southampton boat show, where we saw her and liked her lines. We understand that family commitments caused a change of plan and she was sold to a new owner who kept her in Brittany.

We saw her for sale in Southampton in 1998, recognised her and bought her. We have used her for our summer cruises along the French and English Coasts. Her condition is that of a much loved well maintained comfortable weatherly sea boat.

Apart from the year we bought her, she has been taken out of the water every year for maintenance. When kept on her mooring, she came out in November and went back in during March or April, when in Port Solent this has usually been for about 3 months.

Disclaimer

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.

NOTE - Please ring our offices prior to visiting, as the boat may be unavailable for viewing or located at a different marina.

For a full, detailed specification and additional photographs visit our website at www.watersideboatsales.com