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Rustler 42

£ 275,000

Rustler 42 – White hull, no teak decks, cutter rigged, solid specification, lightly used and, in very nice order. The current and previous owners have used her for occasional offshore trips but this yacht has never undertaken a hardcore ocean voyage… yet… but she will be the perfect platform for an ocean adventure. The Rustler 42 has created a benchmark for the ruggedness, quality and passage making ability in the offshore world of sailing, this is great opportunity, not to be missed. Call our office for details and discuss an appointment to view her.

Address: Falmouth
County: Cornwall
Country: United Kingdom
Price: £ 275,000
Year Built: 2009
Boat Model / Make: Rustler 42
LOA (metres): 12.81m
Beam: 4.06m
Displacement: 11791kgs
Draft: 1.89m
Hull Material: GRP
Engine/Fuel Type: Nanni
Engine HP: 50hp
Fuel Capacity: 340 litres
Water Capacity: 200 litres
Holding Tank: 2
Hull and Deck
White GRP hull
Off white GRP deck moulding
Fully encapsulated lead keel
Undersides faired and prepared with primer and two coats of International Micron antifoul (October 2018)
Copper grounding strip to facilitate SSB radio aerial (radio not fitted)
Teak capping rails
Teak outboard motor stowage bracket
Side decks with non slip moulded service
Stainless steel pulpit and push pit
Stainless steel Danbuoy holder to pushpit
Stainless steel stanchions and guard wires with gate openings to port and starboard sides
Stainless steel side deck ladder with fittings to port and starboard.
Ground Tackle
Electric windlass with deck buttons
Remote windlass controls
20kg Delta anchor,
60 m 3/8” galvanised chain
Teak laid cockpit seats and sole, locker tops and bridge deck.
Teak Rustler cockpit table, with padded stowage bag.
Helm footrest
Safety harness attachment points.
Mainsheet track and car with purchase block system fitted to centre of cockpit
Steering binnacle with substantial stainless steel hoop frame and instrument pod.
Canvas binnacle cover in blue Sunbrella canvas
Cave lockers port and starboard.
Lockers under helmsman seat including gas storage and emergency tiller
Deck Fittings and Equipment
Folding spray hood with stainless steel grab handle and hide covering
Spray hood covered in blue Sunbrella canvas
Additional upper clear panel in spray hood
Stemhead fitting in stainless steel with bronze rollers
Electric anchor windlass with foot switches
Six bulwark mounted mooring cleats.
Stainless chafe protection to teak toerail sides where appropriate
Stainless steel protection strips to capping rail at guard rail openings
Dorade vents to saloon, forward heads and forecabin.
Teak handrails to coachroof.
Fixed portlights to coachroof sides.
Hatches to saloon, aft heads, fwd heads and fore cabin.
Genoa tracks in aluminium with cars.
2 x Anderson 58ST sheet winches
2 x Anderson 46CST spinnaker / running backstay winches.
Sliding main hatch with lock to storm boards.
Webbing jackstays
Two Anderson 40ST stainless winches mounted either side of the companionway
coachroof, together with associated clutches, to control reefing and halyard lines lead aft.
Grab handles port and starboard of companionway.
Safety line attachment point
Whitlock Cobra steering system with Reliant pedestal, binnacle compass and hide covered stainless wheel.
Direct drive system with quadrant gear, levers and draglinks
Skeg hung rudder constructed using a 50mm stainless steel stock with large tangs encapsulated in GRP.
Rudder mounted on needle roller bearing at top, bronze gland with greaser at hull position and bronze fitting at base of rudder skeg.
Emergency tiller
Engine and Stern Gear
Engine flexibly mounted with built-in drip tray, located directly over the keel, perfect for weight distribution. Superb access via hinged lid with ability to remove all surrounding panels.
Nanni 50hp diesel engine, seawater cooled, freshwater system through a heat exchanger - serviced annually - Last service February 2019.
Engine hours - 1050hrs as of June 2019
Engine bay insulated with non-combustible foam sound deadening material and fan ventilated.
Single lever engine control on steering pedestal.
Engine control panel with associated instruments mounted in cockpit including: tachometer, oil pressure and temperature audible alarm, alternator warning light, starter switch and engine stop control.
Stainless steel tank, holding approximately 320 litres (75 gallons) filled from the side deck and vented outboard. Isolation valve fitted to tank and contents are measured by an air pressure gauge.
Primary filter/water separator in addition to the engine fuel filter.
Seawater cooled with water discharged through the exhaust reinforced rubber hose, with exit aft through a skin-fitting.
Safety waterlock is fitted at lowest point of the engine cooling system and water return is looped and vented to prevent syphoning.
30mm diameter stainless steel drive shaft (replaced October 2018)
Curlass bearing (replaced October 2018)
Deep water Tides seal (replaced October 2018)
Aquadrive unit, coupling serviced 2013 and clutch plate replaced 2017
Propeller, serviced annually
Rope stripper to propeller shaft
Rubber cutless bearing is fitted outboard, lubricated by injected seawater from the engine cooling into the stern tube aft of the inboard bearing. Replaced 2013
Side Power SE80 bow thruster.
Spars and Rigging
Cutter rig
Stainless steel standing rigging 1 x 19 10mm wire throughout and including forestay, cutter stay, forward and aft lowers, capshrouds and backstay
Hasslefors aluminium bottle screw covers rig bottle screws
Shroud roller tubing protectors
Selden deck stepped double spreader anodised mast and boom section
Demountable stainless steel bowsprit
2 x fixed steps to mast head area
Anderson 28ST mast winch with clutch above
Track to front of mast for spinnaker pole option
Turning blocks to mast base.
Single line slab reefing lead aft
Main halyard, topping lift, vang led aft to cockpit
Selden Gas Rod Kicker
Preventer strop to underside of boom
Yankee and staysail halyards cleated off at mast.
Yankee and Staysail sheets.
Spectra adjustable checkstays for heavy weather.
Lazyjacks to stack pack system
Burgee and signal halyards
Bow sprit to mount a cruising chute
Fully battened mainsail with 3 reefs and Selden MDS car system
Sails serviced and winter stored annually
Yankee mounted on Furlex furling gear
Staysail mounted on Furlex furling gear
UV protection strips to yankee and staysail
Furling line guides to yankee and staysail fixed along gunal
Stack pack style mainsail cover with zipper closure in blue Sunbrella canvas
Navigation and Communication
Raymarine ST60 wind, speed, depth and graphic display instruments mounted above coach roof garage
Raymarine E80 plotter repeater at helm station
Raymarine C120 radar / chart plotter at Navigation station
2kw Raydome mounted on mast
AIS 250 receiver with Comar CSB Class B transponder
Active radar reflector
Raymarine ST6001+ autopilot with Whitlock Mamba drive. (Autopilot computer replaced 2013, Mamba drive unit serviced 2013)
ICS Nav6+ Navtex
ICOM M603 VHF/DSC radio with command mic, cockpit speaker and mast mounted loud hailer
Sony domestic DAB radio/CD player with 2 x speakers in saloon and 2 x further speakers in garage instrument pod.
2 x 25 watt port and starboard navigation lights to pulpit
25 watt tri-colour masthead navigation light combined with 10 watt all-round white light
10 watt stern light
25 watt steaming light
Electrical Equipment
5 x heavy duty domestic batteries and 1 x dedicated engine start battery, charged from 100A engine alternator and EFOY 210 fuel cell
EFOY 210 fuel cell for 12v power supply. Powered with safely stored methanol in 4 x 10 litre recommended containers
12v / 240v inverter
Battery isolating switches with link between engine and domestic service batteries for emergency engine starting
Mastervolt battery monitoring system
Main switch panel is protected by contact breakers
Shore power system with 60ah mains battery charger
Shore power cable
12V power outlet adjacent to chart table
12V power outlet in main cabin
Halogen and LED flush lights throughout.
Reading lights to saloon.
Red/white lights to heads
Red courtesy lights to chart area, galley and companionway step
Plumbing and Tankage
Fuel: 75 gallons / 340 litres
Water: 110 gallons / 500 litres
Holding tank to forward and aft heads
Snakeriver tank monitoring system to fuel, water and holding tanks
All flexible pipe connections are secured with stainless steel hose clips.
Stainless steel fresh water tanks under saloon and galley floors. Fitted with inspection hatches and dip gauges. Tank filled from side deck and vented overboard.
Calorifier tank supplying hot water either heated from engine or immersion heater from shore power.
Space for 3 x gas bottles stored in a vented locker under helmsman seat. Gas piped in rigid copper pipe to galley, flexible hose to the cooker and an additional isolation valve fitted by the cooker
Gas system regulator, flexible hoses and, braided hoses (replaced October 2018)
The interior joinery is constructed from high quality solid teak wood and marine faced quality plywood. The interior hull is flo-coated below the waterline and lined with a moisture resistant material above the waterline. All locker doors and drawers have secure push button catches. Eberspascher 5DL diesel heating system feeding warm air to Saloon and cabin areas. Curtains and screens to all port lights and deck hatches. Grab rail to starboard side companionway. Pilot gas alarm with under sole board sensor. Upholstery throughout in blue Nina Campbell fabric.

Saloon area open plan to galley and chart table area. Teak saloon table to port with seating for up to 8 persons. Port and starboard seating can be used as berths and have upgraded lee cloths. Stowage under saloon seating. Roof mounted grab rail to starboard side of saloon.

Twin stainless steel sinks. Fresh water mixer tap to sink and manual fresh water foot pump 3 burner gas cooker with grill and oven, fiddled and gimballed. Stowage area for cutlery, crockery etc. Waste bin under sink unit. Large moulded fridge compartment top loading with keel cooled compressor unit. Fiddle to stringer inside galley cupboards.

Large chart table with plenty of space for instrumentation. Chart stowage under hinged lid. Stowage to port side of seat and under. Teak pencil holder. Book shelf.

Navigators pilot berth aft of navigator’s seat. Main electrical panel to outboard. Additional dedicated chart draw under berth. Stowage locker beneath draw

V berth with infill to make large double. Stowage under. Draws and hanging locker to starboard. Book shelf and lockers port and starboard. Door to saloon and toilet. Anchor locker access forward

Moulded GRP unit with marine manual flush toilet, washbasin, lockers outboard and under sink unit. Grab rail. Shower mixer tap. Seat over toilet. Grating to shower tray. Opening hatch. Fixed port light Mirror. Teak soap dispenser holder.

Moulded GRP unit with marine manual flush toilet, washbasin, locker outboard and under sink unit. Mixer tap to sink. Separate shower head behind door with separate mixer. Seat over toilet. Grating to shower tray. Opening hatch. Fixed port light. Mirror. Access to wet locker behind toilet. Teak soap dispenser holder.

Large double berth. Draws and hanging locker to port. Further large storage lockers to port and behind companionway steps. Batteries stowed under double berth. Battery isolator switches accessed to front panel of berth.

Large wet locker accessed through aft heads, and drained to bilge. Shelf for boots. Further access door to machinery space

Large space housing Eberspascher heater (serviced 2016) unit and EFOY fuel cell, space for water maker (water maker not fitted) etc
Safety Equipment
Ocean Safety 4 person ISO Ocean life raft (new May 2019) with hydrostatic release, mounted on pushpit.
Ocean Safety Rescue Me EPIRB 1
Lifetag MOB system complete with 4 Lifetags
Danbuoy and life ring with light, mounted on pushpit
Lifelines to side decks
Ball and cone day signals
Bucket with lanyard
Two Henderson MK5 bilge pumps, one located in cockpit, the other sited internally
Pilot gas alarm
Fire blanket near galley
2 x manual fire extinguishers
1 x auto fire extinguisher to engine space
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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