Built to a high specification by an experienced owner, she has been used for summer cruising in the EU. 
The Rustler 37' is designed for all types of sailing, whether it is enjoying the local scenery or cruising around the world. The Rustler's build quality is as good as it gets, the 37' is a well known and a favourite with discerning owners.
UK tax paid, it should be possible to bring her back to the UK tax paid or sold as tax paid with EU Status as she was lying in the EU on the 31st December 2020.

There are a great number of upgrades to the standard specification including Raymarine autopilot EV400, Challenge Marblehead sails, additional Yankee for downwind sailing, two whisker poles, cruising chute on furler, coach roof mounted mainsheet system with traveller and winches, Uprated Balmar 150Ah DC alternator, Gori 18" folding propeller, Lithium batteries, solar arch and panels, hydrovane, 50 meter anchor chain with 20Kg Manson anchor, detachable bowsprit, Jordan drogue, Four man ocean liferaft, inflatable dinghy with outboard, bathing ladder and holding tank. 

The construction includes an encapsulated lead keel, a major safety feature.

  • Boat Make / Model: Rustler 37
  • Boat Length: 11.2 feet
  • Year: 2019
  • Located: Lagos marina
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine:  
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LOA 11.28 metres (approx. 37.01 feet)

Beam 3.76 metres (approx. 12.34 feet)

Draft 1.91 metres (approx. 6.27 feet)

Displacement 8,845 kilograms (approx. 8.8 tonnes)


A single Nanni Diesel N4.38 1.5 litre in line four cylinder engine is fitted. Max power 28kW (38hp) at 3000rpm. 
An A4 Nanni Diesel engine panel is fitted next to the helm position which has rev counter, oil pressure and water temp warning lights and alarm and an engine tacho.
A PSS Shaft Seal was fitted in place of a stuffing box
Gori 18” folding propeller with economy mode when motoring in calm conditions.

Electrical Systems

DC Electrical System
The standard batteries were replaced by 3 x 100Ah lithium for the service bank & 1 x 50Ah Optima Spiral AGM for the engine starter
150A Balmar Alternator with wide belt replaced previous 100A alternator
Additional control of windlass at helm
Kisae Power Inverter 12/230v as used by the emergency services 

AC Electrical System
Mains 230V AC is distributed throughout the yacht from a direct shore power connection via 1 x 16A socket.
Mains 230V Vimar sockets are provided throughout the boat.
A separate 230V circuit is provided for the immersion heater in the calorifier.

Charging of the service and engine battery banks is via a Balmar 150A alternator150A or by a Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/50 battery charger from shore power.
Control of the electrics is via a central panel which incorporates circuit breakers.
Interior lighting is provided by LED flush lights throughout. Reading lights to saloon and forward cabin. Red/white lights to heads, red courtesy lights to chart area, galley and companionway steps. Additional switchable white lights to chart table.
Port and starboard bow lights, one tri-colour masthead navigation light combined with an all-round white light, one stern light, one steaming light and one deck light. Navigation lights are all LED with the exception of the steaming and deck lights. 
Two 175 Watt Victron Solar panels
Victron MPPT controller

Navigation & Performance Systems

Raymarine autopilot EV400 
NASA Speed and Wind
Raymarine Depth
Lowrance Chartplotter at helm
B&G Chartplotter in saloon
B&G 3G Radar mounted on mast
AIS/ Radar/GPS
Balmar Battery Monitor at chart table
Standard Horizon Matrix with AIS/DSC/GPS
Standard Horizon HX51 Handheld
Hydrovane self steering gear

General Equipment


50 metres of anchor chain 
20kg Manson Supreme anchor
Mantus swivel on anchor

General Equipment
6 x fenders
Docklines and warps
2 x Lewmar 10” alloy lock in winch handles
Foot operated water pump with Jabsco filter
Two washboard keys, two fuel keys and two water keys
Bilge pump handles at each location of a manual pump
Jordan Drogue for extreme weather conditions
4 man Seago Master ocean going Liferaft - next re-pack April 2025
Talamex 2.5m inflatable dinghy with inflatable keel.
Yamaha 5 HP four stroke outboard engine
Stainless steel boarding/bathing ladder with wooden treads mounted on transom
Solar Arch
Fixed Bimini with detachable side panels.
Detachable sunshade for inside sprayhood while at anchor or in port.
Sunshades on all deck hatches
Purpose made Luxury Matress with fitted sheets and protector in forecabin.

Fire Extinguishers
1kg dry powder extinguisher in cupboard port side of steps in galley
1kg dry powder extinguisher aft cabin  
1kg dry powder extinguisher forward cabin
Fireport for engine port side of aisle opposite chart table seat 25cm off soleboard
Fire blanket in galley

Rigging & Sails

Mast - Selden NMP anodised silver aluminium alloy section, deck stepped with MDS roller car system integral to mast
Double spreader fractional sloop rig with 4 degree spreader angle.
Fore and aft lower shrouds, intermediates, cap shrouds, forestay, inner forestay and back stay adjustable via bottle screws
Gas rod rigid kicker with line led aft to cockpit
Spinnaker pole track to front of mast section 
1 x Lewmar 35ST winch on port side of mast with spinlock clutch for headsail halyard
Steaming/deck flood light. Tri/anchor light at masthead

Lewmar EVO 46ST primary winches
Lewmar EVO 40ST coachroof winches
Lewmar EVO 35ST secondary/main sheet winches
Lewmar EVO 35ST genoa halyard winch on port side of mast

Upgrades to manufacturers specification
2 x Selden Whisker poles
Two additional Lewmar EVO 35 secondary winches
The mainsheet is fixed to a traveller forward of the sprayhood  
Detachable Stainless Bowsprit stowed on deck
Two additional spinnaker halyards and fittings
Mast climber 

Deck Hardware
Selden Furlex 304S 
Selden Furlex 204S
12” (300mm) stainless cleats are fitted to the toerail, one pair at the bow, amidships and stern.
Stainless steel rubbing strakes are fitted to the teak toerail next to the cleats to prevent chafe 
Stanchion gates 
Spinlock clutches for headsail halyards and 2nd spinnaker halyard
Genoa track to deck with Lewmar pin stop cars. Sheets lead aft through foot blocks onto primary winches.
Bailey fittings for fillers. 1 x deck filler for fuel, 1 x deck filler for water.
Stainless U bolts to cockpit areas for attachment of lifelines.
Webbing jackstays are supplied that run along the side deck from cockpit helm position to aft end of pulpit

Sails and furling gear

Headsail furling gear is; 
Yankee - Selden Furlex 304S 
Upgraded Staysail - Selden Furlex 204S
Sails upgraded to Challenge Marblehead Spare yankee for downwind sailing wing to wing using whisker poles
Cruising chute on continuous furler .
Anchor sail
Grey stackpack with jackstays


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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