• 35.3333'
  • 2016
  • Rhode Island, United States
  • Price On Application


New build from Rustler and Holman & Pye, iconic British yacht building available via Berthon on the East Coast of the United States.

Offered to co-brokers on a commission split of 50/50.  

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: Rustler 36
  • Model Year: 2016
  • YearBuilt: 2016
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 1/0 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 35' 4" (10.77m)
  • LWL: 26' 11" (8.20m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 11' 11" (3.63m)
  • Min Draft: 5' 6" (1.68m)
  • Max Draft: --
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 7,623 Kilos
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 250 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 182 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 7
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: N/A
  • State Rooms: 1
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: GRP
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Holman & Pye
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Nanni
  • Model: N/A
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”


Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

·         Hand Laid GRP to Lloyds Register specifications and using Lloyds approved materials.

·         The hull has a double gel coat (clear below the waterline), with first lay‐up in Scott Bader 489 thixotropic, isophalic resin with matched chopped strand mat for maximum resistance to porosity and tropical conditions. The remainder is in 414PA with matched chopped strand mat and woven rovings. Lay‐up weights are: Deck – 3150g; Topsides – 3900g; Turn of bilge – 5100g stepped to 6900g and increasing to 8700g at the keel.

·         Strengthened by two longitudinal, glassed in stringers.

·         Coachroof and inner coamings are stiffened with 12 mm balsa core and all deck fittings are reinforced by 12 mm marine ply pads.

·         The hull and deck and bonded and the toe rail is through bolted and sealed.

·         All bulkheads and furniture units are securely glassed to the hull on foam grounds, to form a matrix of strategic stiffening.

·         Moulding is carried out in carefully controlled conditions with quality checks at all stages, ensuring correct lay‐up procedures and high standards of workmanship throughout.

·         Non‐slip paint on deck and coachroof areas.


Keel & Rudder:

·         The ballast is a lead casting comprising of 3.4 tons, and fully encapsulated in the keel.


Engine & Gearboxes:

·         1 x Nanni N3.30 (29hp) diesel engine with 2.75:1 mechanical gearbox. Fuel injection pump and equipment. Electric starting. 65amp alternator.

·         Engine is flexibly mounted with built‐in drip tray.

·         Cooling by means of seawater, cooling a closed freshwater system through a heat exchanger.

·         Engine compartment is insulated with noncombustible foam sound deadening material.

·         Fan ventilation.

·         Cooling water is injected aft of the engine and through an exhaust water trap. A flexible exhaust hose connects the exhaust, via a swan neck, to the outlet valve fitting aft.


Propulsion & Steering:

·         Hinged tiller in Iroko.

·         Single lever control on steering pedestal.

·         Instruments in cockpit include tachometer, oil pressure and Temperature audible alarm, alternator warning light, starter switch and stop control.

·         A 1 1/4" diameter stainless steel shaft is fitted connected to the engine via a flexible coupling.

·         The shaft drives a fixed 3‐bladed 16" x 13"(40.6cm x 33cm) propeller.

·         The stern tube has a conventional stuffing box at the inboard end with a water feed from the raw water system and a cutlass bearing at the outboard end.

Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

·         Main switch panel is protected by contact breakers.


Battery Banks:

·         Three heavy duty batteries, charged from 65A engine alternator, one for engine and two for domestic use.

·         Isolating switches with link between engine and service bank for emergency starting.


Shore Power:

·         Shore power is an option.

Plumbing Systems

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

·         Water system heated from engine and pressurised, including shower.



·         All wastes and seawater pipes are reinforced PVC.

·         Freshwater pipes are non‐toxic polybutylene.

·         All flexible pipe connections are made with stainless steel hose clips.

·         Hull exits through bronze Blakes seacocks and skin fittings.


Bilge Pumps:

·         External manual bilge pump fitted adjacent to helm position.

·         Two Henderson MkV pumps, one in cockpit and one down below.


·         Diesel and water fillers marked accordingly.



·         Stainless steel tank, holding approximately 182 litres (40 gallons) filled from the side deck and vented outboard.

·         Isolation valve fitted to tank and contents are measured by a site gauge.

·         A primary filter/water separator is fitted in addition to the engine fuel filter.

·         Fuel spill‐off is returned to the tank.


Fresh water:

·         Stainless steel tanks, holding approximately 250 litres (55 gallons).

·         Tank fitted with baffles, inspection hatch and dip stick.

·         Filled from side deck and vented outboard.



·         Gas bottles are stored in a vented cockpit locker.

·         Piping is copper tube with bulkhead fittings at each end.

·         Connections to regulator and cooker are with flexible hoses and an additional isolation valve is fitted by the cooker.

Navigation Equipment

·         Twin bulkhead mounted compasses, port and starboard.

Domestic Equipment


·         Large stainless double sink.

·         Fully gimballed cooker with twin burners, oven and grill.

·         Fridge unit with keel cooled compressor unit.

·         Pressurised hot and cold water via mixer tap.

·         Manual back‐up via galley foot pump.



·         Halogen 10W flush lights throughout. Reading lights to saloon. Red/white lights to heads, red courtesy lights to chart area, galley and companionway steps. Additional switchable white lights to chart table and pilot berth. Option for LEDs throughout.

·         One 25 watt bi‐colour bow light, one 25 watt tri‐colour masthead navigation light combined with 10 watt all‐round white light; one 10 watt stern light; one 25 watt steaming light; one 35 watt sealed beam deck light.


Summary of Accommodation:

·         The emphasis is on a practical cruising layout, generously proportioned, with full standing headroom and plenty of secure stowage throughout.

·         The interior joinery is constructed from high quality materials and in accordance with good yacht practise.

·         The joinery and sole are oak veneered plywood. Solid timber, of high quality oak, is used where appropriate. All oak surfaces are finished with a matt satin varnish.

·         The hull above the waterline and the deck head are lined with offwhite vinyl or material where appropriate.

·         All locker doors and drawers have secure finger catches.

·         Hanging lockers have rails and hooks.

·         All cabin doors are fitted with high quality furniture and retaining catches where necessary. Soles have access hatches where necessary.

·         Berths are fitted with lee‐clothes.

·         Composite foam cushions. Choice of upholstery.

·         Lee cloths are standard on sea berths.


Description of layout from forwards:



·         V twin berth with infill to convert to double.

·         Full headroom and dressing space.

·         Vanity unit with drawer and shelved locker.

·         Full length shelves port and starboard.

·         Split cushions to give access to locker space below berths.

·         Lewmar Ocean hatch and Dorade vent.


Heads (To Port):

·         GRP self‐contained white moulded compartment.

·         Being both bright and airy whilst easy to clean.

·         Large amount of storage space within 4 lockers.

·         Jabsco marine toilet positioned athwart ships for easier use when heeled.

·         Large deep wash basin.

·         Full standing headroom.

·         Fixed coach roof window with Lewmar hatch over.

·         Dorade vent.

·         Dual red and white night light.

·         Pressurised hot and cold water with shower.

·         Shower tray electrically pumped out overboard.



·         L shaped settee to port with double berth conversion.

·         Settee berth to starboard.

·         Central table, room for six with full access around, even when fully extended and incl. bottle stowage within.

·         Lockers to port and shelving starboard behind settees.

·         Easily accessed under berth lockers.

·         4 x Eyeball spot lamps, recessed with adjustable positioning.



·         Functional U shape for safe use at sea.

·         Extensive and accessible stowage.

·         Galley strap and cooker crash bar.


Navigation Area (To Port):

·         Chart table large enough for folded Admiralty charts.

·         Chart stowage under lift up table top.

·         Storage beneath chart table.

·         Customised switch panel with circuit breakers.

·         Locker next to seat for Pilot book etc.

·         Room for additional instruments and/or electronics.

·         Chart light.



·         Practical sea going single quarter berth with lee board and wet locker, converts to a double berth in harbour by dropping the lee board and setting the infill cushion.

·         There is an opening port light to the cockpit.

Deck Equipment


·         Mast:

1.      Selden mast, deck stepped with twin spreaders.

2.      Selden batten car system.

3.      Spinnaker pole track and heel lift system.

4.      Internal main and jib halyards with outlets above and below winch.

5.      Genoa halyard winch – Anderson 28.

6.      Internal electrical wiring with exits forward.

·         Boom:

1.      Seldon boom with single line reefing lead back to cockpit.

·         Rod Kicker.

·         Furlex headsail furling gear.

·         4 x Fairleads.

·         Stainless steel chainplates, through fixed to hull and attached to GRP webs.

·         Stainless steel fore and backstay fittings through bolted to hull.

·         10ft genoa tracks and cars.

·         Mainsheet track with traveler and control lines.

·         6 clutches on coachroof port and starboard.

·         Standing rigging:

1.      Stainless steel.

2.      Fore and Backstay in 8mm 1 x 19ss wire with swaged end mast fittings.

3.      Cap shrouds lead direct from mast head.

4.      Lower shrouds from the spreader root.

5.      All rigging fitted with swaged lower ends to half inch bronze rigging screws.

·         Running rigging (colour coded):

1.      Main halyard, topping lift, vang led aft to cockpit.

2.      Yankee and staysail halyards cleated off at mast.

3.      Yankee and Staysail sheets.

4.      Spectra check stays for heavy weather.

5.      Lazy jacks, burgee and signal halyards.

6.      Fully battened main, triple stitched with 3 reef points.

7.      Furling genoa, cross cut, UV protected.

8.      Lazy Jacks fitted.



·         Two Anderson 28ST stainless winches mounted either side of the companionway coachroof, together with associated clutches, to control reefing and halyard lines lead aft.

·         2 x Anderson 46st stainless self tailing sheet winches.

·         2 x Anderson 28st stainless self tailing coachroof winches for single line reefing, main halyard, topping lift etc.



·         Sail Areas:

1.      Main – 258 sq ft / 24 sq.m.

2.      No.1 Genoa – 435 sq ft / 40.4 sq.m.

3.      No.2 Genoa – 341 sq ft / 31.7 sq.m.

4.      No.1 Jib – 209 sq ft / 19.5 sq.m.



·         The cockpit is spacious, secure and comfortable; yet not too open to be a hazard in rough conditions. It is self‐draining via one and a half inch cross over drains fitted with seacocks. There is an additional two and a half inch dump drain aft.

·         Large locker to starboard with shelving.

·         Gas Locker which self vents overboard; large enough for 2 x 4.5kg bottles.

·         Sliding companionway hatch and garage in perspex with two teak storm boards. Speed, depth and wind instruments to the companionway instrument pod.

·         All deck hardware is of lasting quality and rated to perform well through the severest of conditions

·         Aluminium toe rail

·         Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit

·         Teak handrails on coachroof.

·         Lewmar Ocean hatches over forepeak, saloon and heads.

·         2 x Dorade vents.

·         Aeolian vent over gallery.

·         Windows in 6mm toughened glass with anodised aluminium frames.


Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

·         Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin roller, designed to stow 45lb CQR anchor.

·         Manual windlass.

·         4 x 12” Mooring cleats.

·         2 x Mid‐ship spring cleats.

·         45lb CQR plus 55m three eighth chain, designed to self stow.

·         2 x 16m of 14mm mooring warp.

·         4 x Fenders.


Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

·         Sprayhood (fitted to owners own colour choice).


Safety Equipment:

·         Safety line attachment points.

·         27 Alloy stanchions with PVC covered double lifelines.

·         2 x Deck harness lines from cockpit to pulpit.

·         2 x Cockpit harness jackstays.