The Rustler 36 is a 35.33ft masthead sloop designed by Holman & Pye and built in fiberglass by Rustler Yachts Ltd. since 1980.

100 units have been built..

The Rustler 36 is a heavy sailboat which is under powered. It is very stable / stiff and has an excellent righting capability if capsized. It is best suited as a bluewater cruising boat. The fuel capacity is originally small. There is a short water supply range.

Rustler 36 sailboat under sail

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Main features

Model Rustler 36
Length 35.33 ft
Beam 11 ft
Draft 5.50 ft
Country United Kingdom (Europe)
Estimated price $ 0 ??

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Sail area / displ. 11.43
Ballast / displ. 45.34 %
Displ. / length 384.56
Comfort ratio 36.18
Capsize 1.72
Hull type Monohull long keel with transom hung rudder
Construction Fiberglass
Waterline length 26.92 ft
Maximum draft 5.50 ft
Displacement 16805 lbs
Ballast 7619 lbs
Hull speed 6.95 knots

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Rigging Masthead Sloop
Sail area (100%) 467 sq.ft
Air draft 0 ft ??
Sail area fore 0 sq.ft ??
Sail area main 0 sq.ft ??
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Nb engines 1
Total power 29 HP
Fuel capacity 40 gals

Accommodations

Water capacity 55 gals
Headroom 0 ft
Nb of cabins 0
Nb of berths 0
Nb heads 0

Builder data

Builder Rustler Yachts Ltd.
Designer Holman & Pye
First built 1980
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Number built 100

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Review of Rustler 36

Basic specs..

The hull is made of fibreglass. Generally, a hull made of fibreglass requires only a minimum of maintenance during the sailing season.

The boat is equipped with 3 cabins, 7 berths, 200.0 liter fresh water capacity and toilet facility.

The boat equipped with a masthead rig. The advantage of a masthead rig is its simplicity and the fact that a given sail area - compared with a fractional rig - can be carried lower and thus with less heeling moment.

The Rustler 36 is equipped with a long keel. A full keel provide a better directional stability than a similar boat with a fin keel; on the other hand, better directional stability means also that the boat is more difficult to handle in a harbour with less space.

The keel is made of iron. Many people prefer lead keel in favour of iron. The main argument is that lead is much heavier than iron and a lead keel can therefore be made smaller which again result in less wet surface, i.e. less drag. In fact iron is quite heavy, just 30% less heavy than lead, so the advantage of a lead keel is often overstated.

The boat can enter most marinas as the draft is just about 1.67 - 1.77 meter (5.48 - 5.78 ft) dependent on the load. See immersion rate below.

Rustler 36 is typically equipped with an inboard Yanmar 3GM diesel engine at 27.0 hp (20 kW), which gives a max speed about 4.9 knots.

The transmission is a shaft drive. A shaft drive will in the long run require less maintenance than other types of drive e.g. a sail drive.

The fuel tank has a capacity of 125.0 liters (33 US gallons, 27 imperial gallons).

Sailing characteristics

This section covers widely used rules of thumb to describe the sailing characteristics. Please note that even though the calculations are correct, the interpretation of the results might not be valid for extreme boats.

What is Capsize Screening Formula (CSF)?

The capsize screening value for Rustler 36 is 1.72, indicating that this boat could - if evaluated by this formula alone - be accepted to participate in ocean races.

What is Theoretical Maximum Hull Speed?

The theoretical maximal speed of a displacement boat of this length is 6.9 knots. The term "Theoretical Maximum Hull Speed" is widely used even though a boat can sail faster. The term shall be interpreted as above the theoretical speed a great additional power is necessary for a small gain in speed.

The immersion rate is defined as the weight required to sink the boat a certain level. The immersion rate for Rustler 36 is about 181 kg/cm, alternatively 1015 lbs/inch. Meaning: if you load 181 kg cargo on the boat then it will sink 1 cm. Alternatively, if you load 1015 lbs cargo on the boat it will sink 1 inch.

Sailing statistics

This section is statistical comparison with similar boats of the same category. The basis of the following statistical computations is our unique database with more than 26,000 different boat types and 350,000 data points.

What is Motion Comfort Ratio (MCR)?

What is L/B (Length Beam Ratio)?

What is a Ballast Ratio?

What is Displacement Length Ratio?

Maintenance

When buying anti-fouling bottom paint, it's nice to know how much to buy. The surface of the wet bottom is about 20m 2 (215 ft 2 ). Based on this, your favourite maritime shop can tell you the quantity you need.

If you need to renew parts of your running rig and is not quite sure of the dimensions, you may find the estimates computed below useful.

UsageLengthDiameter
Jib sheet 10.8 m(35.3 feet)14 mm(0.55 inch)
Genoa sheet10.8 m(35.3 feet)14 mm(0.55 inch)
Mainsheet 26.9 m(88.3 feet)14 mm(0.55 inch)
Spinnaker sheet23.7 m(77.7 feet)14 mm(0.55 inch)

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Rustler 36 is a 35 ′ 4 ″ / 10.8 m monohull sailboat designed by Kim Holman and built by Rustler Yachts Ltd. starting in 1980.

Rig and Sails

Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

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The Rustler 36 Sailboat Specs & Key Performance Indicators

The Rustler 36, a long-keeled masthead sloop, was designed by Holman & Pye and built in the UK by Rustler Yachts Ltd.

The Rustler 36 'Eschaton' at anchor off Jolly Harbour in Antigua, West Indies

Published Specification for the Rustler 36

Underwater Profile:  Long keel, with transom-hung rudder

Hull Material:  GRP (fiberglass)

Length Overall:  35'4" (10.8m)

Waterline Length:  26'11" (8.2m)

Beam:  11'0" (3.4m)

Draft:  5'6" (1.7m)

Rig Type:  Masthead sloop

Displacement:  16,805lb (7,623kg)

Designer:  Holman & Pye

Builder:  Rustler Yachts (UK)

Year First Built:  1980

Number Built:  100

Published Design Ratios for the Rustler 36

Sail Area/Displacement Ratio:  11.4

Ballast/Displacement Ratio:  45.3

Displacement/Length Ratio:  385

Comfort Ratio:  36.2

Capsize Screening Formula:   1.7

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Summary Analysis of the Design Ratios for the Rustler 36

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1. A Sail Area/Displacement Ratio of just 11.4 suggests that the Rustler 36 will need a stiff breeze to get her going. In light conditions, unless you've got plenty of time on your hands, motor-sailing may be the way to go.

2. A Ballast/Displacement Ratio of 45.3 means that the Rustler 36 will stand up well to her canvas in a blow, helping her to power through the waves.

3. A Displacement/Length Ratio of 385, tells us the Rustler 36 is firmly in the ultra-heavy displacement category. Load her up as much as you like and her performance will be hardly affected. Few if any sailboats are built to this displacement category these days - but they remain popular with some long-distance sailors.

4. Ted Brewer's Comfort Ratio of 36.2 suggests that crew comfort of a Rustler 36 in a seaway is similar to what you would associate with the motion of a moderate bluewater cruising boat - a predictable and acceptable motion for most seasoned sailors.

5. The Capsize Screening Formula (CSF) of 1.7 tells us that a Rustler 36 would be a safer choice of sailboat for an ocean passage than one with a CSF of more than 2.0. 

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The Rustler 36: A Classic Offshore Cruiser

The Rustler 36 is a classic sailboat in every sense of the word. It has a graceful sheer line, a long overhang at the bow and a counter stern that give it a timeless look. It has a cutter rig with a bowsprit that allows for a large sail area and easy sail handling. It has a long, deep keel that gives it stability and directional stability in a seaway. It has a skeg-hung rudder that protects it from damage and provides good steering control. It has a spacious cockpit that can accommodate four people comfortably and has a tiller steering system that gives direct feedback from the rudder. It has a solid GRP hull and deck that are hand laid to Lloyds Register specifications using Lloyds approved materials. It has a displacement of 7.5 tons and a ballast of 3.4 tons, which give it a generous payload capacity for long distance cruising.

Rustler 36 Accommodation Plan

The Rustler 36 is not a mass-produced boat. Each boat is built to order and customized to the owner's preferences. The interior joinery is constructed from high quality materials by skilled craftsmen who are happy to incorporate owners' modifications. The boat can be fitted with various options such as different engine sizes, heating systems, water makers, solar panels, wind generators, etc. The boat can also be ordered with different versions such as an owner's version with a larger aft cabin or a charter version with more berths.

The Rustler 36 is a boat that has proven itself in many ocean passages and circumnavigations. It has been described by sailing magazines as "a seaworthy cruising yacht in which you could embark on any serious ocean passage with confidence" (Sailing Today) and "a boat chosen by those who want to go places and need to survive anything the sea can throw at them" (Practical Boat Owner) . The Rustler 36 is a boat that will inspire you to explore new horizons and enjoy the journey along the way.

Accommodation The Rustler 36 offers comfortable living conditions below deck for up to six people. The layout consists of a forward cabin with a V-berth and storage lockers, a saloon with two settees that can convert into berths and a folding table, an aft cabin with a double berth and storage space, a galley with a two-burner stove, an oven, a sink, a fridge and ample counter space, a navigation station with a chart table and instruments, and a head compartment with a marine toilet, a sink and a shower. The interior is finished in teak woodwork that creates a warm and cozy atmosphere. The upholstery is available in various colors and fabrics. The headroom is about 6 feet throughout the boat. The ventilation is provided by several opening ports and hatches. The lighting is provided by LED lights and reading lamps. The heating is provided by an optional diesel heater or an electric heater.

The accommodation of the Rustler 36 can be customized to suit the owner's needs. For example, the owner's version can have a larger aft cabin with more storage space and access to the cockpit locker. The charter version can have more berths in the saloon or the aft cabin. The galley can be fitted with additional appliances such as a microwave or a freezer.

Hull and Deck The hull of the Rustler 36 is made of hand laid GRP to Lloyds Register specifications using Lloyds approved materials. The hull is reinforced by longitudinal stringers and transverse frames that create a strong and rigid structure. The hull is also insulated with foam to reduce condensation and noise. The hull color is white as standard but can be customized to any color.

The deck of the Rustler 36 is also made of hand laid GRP to Lloyds Register specifications using Lloyds approved materials. The deck is bonded to the hull with a flange and fastened with stainless steel bolts. The deck is also reinforced by a plywood core that adds strength and stiffness. The deck is covered with a non-slip surface that provides good grip and traction. The deck color is white as standard but can be customized to any color.

The hull and deck of the Rustler 36 are fitted with high quality hardware and fittings that are rated to perform well in harsh conditions. The boat has a stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and lifelines that provide safety and security on deck. The boat has a teak toe rail that adds beauty and protection to the hull. The boat has six mooring cleats and four fairleads that allow for easy docking and anchoring. The boat has a large anchor locker that can store a CQR anchor, a chain and a windlass. The boat has a bowsprit that extends the foredeck and supports the cutter rig. The boat has a spacious cockpit that can accommodate four people comfortably and has a tiller steering system that gives direct feedback from the rudder. The cockpit has two large lockers that can store sails, fenders, lines, etc. The cockpit also has a sprayhood that protects the crew from wind and spray.

Mast and Rigging The mast of the Rustler 36 is made of anodized aluminum and is keel-stepped for strength and stability. The mast has two sets of spreaders that support the masthead sloop rig. The mast has internal halyards that run through sheaves and exit at the mast base. The mast has an optional spinnaker pole that can be stored on the mast or on the deck.

The rigging of the Rustler 36 is made of stainless steel wire and is attached to the mast and the chainplates with swaged terminals. The rigging consists of a forestay, a backstay, two upper shrouds, two lower shrouds and two intermediate shrouds. The rigging is tensioned by turnbuckles and secured by split pins.

The sails of the Rustler 36 are made of Dacron fabric and are triple stitched for durability. The sails consist of a fully battened mainsail with three reef points, a furling genoa with UV protection, a staysail with hanks, and an optional spinnaker or gennaker. The sails are controlled by winches, clutches, blocks, tracks, cars, cleats and lines.

Keel and Rudder The keel of the Rustler 36 is a long, deep keel that gives the boat stability and directional stability in a seaway. The keel is made of cast iron and is bolted to the hull with stainless steel bolts. The keel has a ballast of 3.4 tons, which gives the boat a ballast ratio of 45%. The keel has a draft of 5 feet 6 inches, which allows the boat to access most harbors and anchorages.

The rudder of the Rustler 36 is a skeg-hung rudder that protects it from damage and provides good steering control. The rudder is made of GRP with a stainless steel stock and pintles. 

The keel and rudder of the Rustler 36 are designed to match the hull shape and performance characteristics of the boat. They provide a smooth flow of water around the boat and minimize drag and leeway. They also provide a comfortable motion in waves and reduce pitching and rolling.

The above text was drafted by sailboat-cruising.com using GPT-4 (OpenAI’s large-scale language-generation model) as a research assistant to develop source material; we believe it to be accurate to the best of our knowledge.

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Features And Equipments

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Vanity unit with drawer and shelved locker
V twin berth with infill to convert to double
There is an opening port light to the cockpit
Teak handrails on coachroof
Storage beneath chart table
Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit
Sprayhood
Spinnaker pole track and heel lift system
Single lever control on steering pedestal
Shower tray electrically pumped out overboard
Shore power is an option
Settee berth to starboard
Selden mast, deck stepped with twin spreaders
Selden batten car system
Safety line attachment points
Running rigging
Rod kicker
Pressurised hot and cold water with shower
Pressurised hot and cold water via mixer tap
Nonslip paint on deck and coachroof areas
No2 genoa – 341 sq ft / 317 sqm
No1 jib – 209 sq ft / 195 sqm
No1 genoa – 435 sq ft / 404 sqm
Manual windlass
Manual backup via galley foot pump
Mainsheet track with traveler and control lines
Main – 258 sq ft / 24 sqm
Lower shrouds from the spreader root
Locker next to seat for pilot book etc
Lewmar ocean hatch and dorade vent
Lee cloths are standard on sea berths
Large stainless double sink
Large locker to starboard with shelving
Large deep wash basin
Large amount of storage space within 4 lockers
Internal electrical wiring with exits forward
Hinged tiller in iroko
Hanging lockers have rails and hooks
Grp selfcontained white moulded compartment
Genoa halyard winch – anderson 28
Galley strap and cooker crash bar
Furlex headsail furling gear
Functional u shape for safe use at sea
Full standing headroom
Full length shelves port and starboard
Full headroom and dressing space
Fuel spilloff is returned to the tank
Fridge unit with keel cooled compressor unit
Freshwater pipes are nontoxic polybutylene
Fixed coach roof window with lewmar hatch over
Filled from side deck and vented outboard
Extensive and accessible stowage
Easily accessed under berth lockers
Dual red and white night light
Dorade vent
Diesel and water fillers marked accordingly
Customised switch panel with circuit breakers
Composite foam cushions choice of upholstery
Chart stowage under lift up table top
Chart light
Cap shrouds lead direct from mast head
Boom
Berths are fitted with leeclothes
Being both bright and airy whilst easy to clean
All wastes and seawater pipes are reinforced pvc
Aeolian vent over gallery
6 clutches on coachroof port and starboard
4 x fenders
4 x fairleads
4 x 12(inch) mooring cleats
2 x midship spring cleats
2 x dorade vents
2 x deck harness lines from cockpit to pulpit
2 x cockpit harness jackstays
2 x 16m of 14mm mooring warp
10ft genoa tracks and cars

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Rustler 37 boat test – Just your cup of tea?

  • Toby Hodges
  • March 1, 2015

Much as an old-fashioned teapot is said to produce the perfect cuppa, this traditional-looking cruiser is designed to appeal to the discerning cruiser. Can Toby Hodges taste the difference?

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Rustler 37 – traditional-looking cruiser for two. Photos: Brendan Fitzgerald

They say the key to the perfect cup of tea is to use a good old-fashioned teapot. It brews the leaves properly and provides an altogether different tasting cuppa, more flavoursome and refreshing. The extra effort and apparatus involved pays off as a teapot blend is typically enjoyed in company, plus it encourages you to indulge in more than one cup.

When was the last time you used a teapot? It seems outdated in today’s era of suave continental coffee machines – a little like the Rustler 37 among today’s spacious, style-conscious European cruisers. The R37 is to a cruising couple what a teapot is to the discerning tea drinker: a timeless design that entirely suits its purpose.

And clients of Rustler tend to be discerning types. Rustler’s director Adrian Jones describes owners as typically well-heeled: “Range Rover drivers in their fifties, typically CEOs and fund managers.” As we saw from our August issue, the brand is even the choice of royalty. HRH The Princess Royal recently upgraded to a new Rustler 44 from the Rustler 36 she owned for 20 years.

The Cornish company has a loyal client base and an enviable reputation. The obvious question, especially during these times of frugality, is how? In an age when new boats offer increasing volume for the price, where does this appeal for traditional designs come from? This conservative new Rustler 37 is nearly three times the price of similar-sized mass-produced cruisers. Why pay so much for a moderate-sized yacht that looks as if it were designed in the last century?

These questions ran through my mind as I headed to Falmouth in August. But, given that the R37 shares a similar hull shape to her larger sisterships, the R42 and R44, I thought I could safely predict the answers – which were confirmed almost immediately when we took this first new 37 to sea in a Force 6. Ask most cruising couples who sail offshore what they want in a boat and a comfortable motion at sea will top their wishlist.

The classic West Country conditions we experienced on our test, a gusty south-westerly with a sharp sea outside the harbour, were the type that would expose the failings of a lighter, flatter-shaped boat.

There was no slamming aboard the Rustler. She has a deep canoe-shaped hull which, together with her full displacement, helps her part the seas softly.

The motion as we went through the waves was so comfortable, in fact, that we could have taken Cornish cream tea in the cockpit . . . from a teapot even.

Just for two

Designer Stephen Jones and Rustler set out to produce a yacht that is perfectly suited to couples. The highly regarded Rustler 36 is 30 years old now and has a long keel, so the new R37 immediately wins on space, speed and agility. In fact, she is comparable to the similar-looking R42, of which 30 have so far been launched.

A number of traditional features help promote comfortable cruising, such as a lead-ballasted, fully encapsulated keel, and generous stowage and tankage. A skeg-hung rudder was paramount. Rustler’s stance is that, however solid the stock, if the rudder strikes something hard enough, it can hole the yacht. A compromise between handling and safety was found by using a half skeg.

This belt and braces approach is what helped convince Tim and Mary Stevenson to take the plunge with this first 37.

“I considered 35-40ft to be ideal and wouldn’t consider mass-produced boats,” said Tim Stevenson during our trial. “I wanted to know that the boat would look after you whatever.” Stevenson is a typical Rustler owner; he predominantly sails with Mary or solo, he plans to compete in the Azores and Back Race next year and hopes to do the ARC one day.

The saloon offers a nice balance between good ambient light for the summer and cosiness for colder climes. Six can sit around the table and the starboard sofa converts to a pilotberth thanks to double trotter boxes

The saloon offers a nice balance between good ambient light for the summer and cosiness for colder climes. Six can sit around the table and the starboard sofa converts to a pilotberth thanks to double trotter boxes

Bespoke production

Along with its seaworthy build, the custom capability of the Rustler yard remains its chief appeal. Where once dozens of Scandinavian yards offered hand-built glassfibre yachts with classic lines, there are few to pick from today. Rustler puts a bespoke focus on clients’ needs. “People equate us to Morgan cars,” says Jones, referring to Rustler as a ‘quirky small company’. And in common with those classic motors, potential clients favour the ‘country gent’ style of a Rustler.

Owners are encouraged to visit during the build. Rustler assigns one team to each boat so the owner gets to know them, making the project more personal. For Tim Stevenson this process was part of the reward of ownership. “I have literally watched it from the mould being made, which has been fascinating,” he says. He is also amazed at the level of custom details – down to taking his inside leg measurement to get the mast step height right.

In her comfort zone

It’s surprisingly rare to be able to test-sail a boat in the conditions for which she has been designed, but as you emerge from Rustler’s Penryn yard, where the yachts are built, you can be in the deep green water in half an hour.

In the relative confines of the Carrick Roads it was perhaps understandable that the R37 felt a little twitchy as we tried to find the correct sailplan to suit the conditions. We set full sail, predicting a Force 5, but with gusts over 25 knots barrelling down off the town, prudence demanded less canvas. Even with a few turns in the genoa she was pressed, encouraging a reef in her main.

The coachroof is flat with a good grip for walking to the mastbase

The coachroof is flat with a good grip for walking to the mastbase

Once out in the clean air and consistent breeze, however, the R37 was in her element. This is not to say she is ungainly in flat water conditions – indeed she was obedient enough to tack through the trots to the maritime museum so we could sail past the moored tall ships – but she seems to relax into a more assured stride when at sea.

We decided to swap the genoa for a yankee, which further improved the balance. It made me question why a genoa is the standard offering, as the optional cutter rig suits the purpose and design of the boat more fittingly.

The deep cockpit remained bone dry despite having the sprayhood down. She never broached or overloaded on the wheel even with 30 knots over the deck. Her very high displacement:LWL ratio (330) and ballast ratio (35.9) offers comfort in stability. Her design promises to be kindly in a blow and stand up to her canvas. Once heeled onto her overhangs, this disp:LWL ratio diminishes and she slips to weather with surprising pace.

The conditions afforded a pleasurable few hours reaching in and out of Falmouth entrance past St Anthony Head. Speeds were steady, close-reaching at 7 knots, broad reaching at mid 8 knots, occasionally topping 9. But what shone out for me was her consistency. We maintained a steady 6.8 to 7 knots for over ten minutes in flat water upwind, despite 8-knot variance in wind.

Her long fin keel provides good directional stability. The R37 pointed relatively high and felt light on the helm. Even with the leeward deck awash, she didn’t feel overpowered and provided plenty of grip to feather off the gusts.

From the comfort of the cockpit quarter I felt reassured, with coamings at near chest level. I favoured the leeward helming position snuggled against the coaming, with good sightlines below the foot of the yankee. Perched to windward it is a bit of a stretch to the smallish wheel – but then I’m sure Rustler owners don’t ‘perch’ very often.

The galley feels commendably secure to work in at sea. It is larger even than the R42’s, while maintaining a seaworthy layout. There is good fiddled worktop and copious stowage

The galley feels commendably secure to work in at sea. It is larger even than the R42’s, while maintaining a seaworthy layout. There is good fiddled worktop and copious stowage

Seaworthiness before space

Rustler owners tend to be couples who sail together and occasionally invite friends aboard in port. The R37 is therefore perfectly proportioned for a couple below decks, with everything to hand.

Modern beamy designs will obviously feel more voluminous, especially aft, where they may even be able to offer a third cabin. But there are no big open spaces aboard the R37, and stowage is abundant throughout. Fiddles and grabrails are used intelligently and bracing is well-considered.

Seaworthy design elements abound. The engine is mounted centrally over the keel. There are access covers for maintenance and the whole box can be removed for full service. The calorifier is mounted on an A-frame to one side, making its plumbing accessible. The engine housing also includes an aft-facing seat so crew can remove foulweather clothing at the base of the companionway. And there is a dedicated wet hanging locker beside the steps.

The forward cabin is designed for owners, with a wide berth and lots of deep usable stowage. I particularly like the full-size chart drawer below the berth and the bedding stowage space behind the headboard. There is also the option in here of a second compact heads with fold-down sink, despite the layout focus being on couples

The forward cabin is designed for owners, with a wide berth and lots of deep usable stowage. I particularly like the full-size chart drawer below the berth and the bedding stowage space behind the headboard. There is also the option in here of a second compact heads with fold-down sink, despite the layout focus being on couples

Craftsmanship and attention to detail stand out. A small forest of solid oak has been used to create the interior (European oak is standard), fitted and finished by skilled cabinet-makers. Brass washers behind every screw prevent damage to the fine-finished timber, and bronze skin-fittings are employed throughout. The R37 also feels reassuringly rigid. Bulkheads, sub-bulkheads and furniture are bonded to the hull and/or deck. A benefit of an encapsulated keel is that large tanks are incorporated in the bilge.

The more time you take to explore the Rustler 37, the more the words ‘brick’ and ‘outhouse’ spring to mind.

Test Rustler 37 SP

Specifications

LOA 11.28m/37ft 0in

LWL 9.07m/29ft 9in

Beam (max) 3.76m/12ft 4in

Draught 1.91m/6ft 3in

Disp (lightship) 8,845kg/19,500lb

Ballast 3,175kg/7,000lb

Sail area (100% foretriangle) 69.30m 2 /746ft 2

Engine 38hp Nanni shaft drive

Water 500lt /110gal

Fuel 318lt /70gal

Sail area:disp 16.5

Disp:LWL 330

Price (ex VAT) £262,500

Designed by Stephen Jones

www.rustleryachts.com

Polar diagram

Polar diagram

Stability

I remember discussing the pre-launch renderings of the Rustler 37 with some fellow journalists who write for other European yachting titles. ‘It’s a bit old fashioned’ was their dismissive view. This is perhaps understandable coming from my cappuccino-drinking counterparts – to them the R37 is as trendy as corduroy trousers.

The interior is more library than club lounge and she might seem to have a slightly self-satisfied air of old money about her. But despite today’s focus on innovation, old-fashioned can still be a good thing when you’re expecting kindly behaviour at sea.

Although the first of a brand new range, the R37 immediately inspired confidence in her handling and instilled the comfort and security to make me want to head offshore. She rewards rather than exhilarates – a pedigree yacht with manners to match.

If you want a spacious yacht for sailing with friends, complete with an array of modern gizmos, don’t choose this boat. But if you seek a tried and tested design to look after you and your partner, then the Rustler might be just your cup of tea.

 
 
 
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What is the latitude and longitude code of Moscow? The latitude of Moscow, Russia is 55.75582600, and the longitude is 37.61729990. Moscow is located at Russia country in the states place category with the gps coordinates of 55° 45' 20.974'' N and 37° 37' 2.28 E. Geographic coordinates are a way of specifying the location of a place on Earth, using a pair of numbers to represent a latitude and longitude. These coordinates are used to indicate the position of a point on the surface of the Earth, with the latitude representing the distance north or south of the equator and the longitude representing the distance east or west of the prime meridian. By using these coordinates, it is possible to pinpoint the exact location of a place on the globe.

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Moscow, Russia, is precisely mapped in the UTM coordinate system, located in zone 37U. Its UTM Northing coordinate is 6180088.5226463, and the UTM Easting coordinate is 601497.55087408, providing a detailed and specific location within the global grid. Additionally, Moscow's location is encoded as ucfv0n014x7c in the GeoHash system, a compact representation that is useful for various geospatial applications. These coordinates offer an accurate and efficient way to pinpoint Moscow's exact position for mapping and navigation purposes.

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Where is Moscow, Russia, location on the map of Russia ? Moscow is located in Russia country, in Europe continent (or region). Exact geographical coordinates, latitude and longitude 55.75582600, 37.61729990. Mapped location of Moscow, Russia (N 55° 45' 20.974", E 37° 37' 2.28"). Moscow is located in the time zone GMTMSK.

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State Distance Latitude Longitude
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1,199 Km 51.76340260 54.61881880
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263 Km 57.00216540 33.98531420

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