Rustler 42 - Boat For Sale, Second-hand

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Category:Boats
Section:Sailing Boats
Reference:7824
Make:Rustler Yachts
Model:Rustler 42
Build Year:2007 (Second hand)
Location:Devon | United Kingdom
Price:£ 259,500 Tax Paid
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Boat Description

HULL & DECK
Blue GRP hull
Off white GRP deck moulding
Fully encapsulated lead keel
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 surface
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
Stainless steel stanchions and guard wires with gate openings to port and starboard sides
Stainless steel ladder to side deck
GROUND TACKLE
20kg Delta anchor with 60 m 3/8” galvanised chain
Kedge anchor (35lbs) with 15m chain and 50m nylon line
Stainless steel anchor chain hook
Detachable loose fitting bow protector
COCKPIT
Teak laid cockpit seats and sole, locker tops and bridge deck
Whitlock folding / detachable cockpit table with storage bag
Helm footrest
Safety harness attachment points.
External manual bilge pump fitted adjacent to helm position.
Mainsheet track and car with 6:1 purchase block system fitted to centre of cockpit
Steering binnacle with substantial stainless steel hoop frame and instrument pod.
Cave lockers port and starboard.
Lockers under helmsman seat including gas, emergency tiller and warps locker
DECK FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT
Folding sprayhood with stainless steel grab handle. Recent new canvas
Winter cockpit cover
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.
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.
Chainplates to cap shrouds, aft and fwd lowers, backstay
On mast track for tri-sail
Spinnaker track and fittings.
Genoa tracks in aluminium with cars, adjustable from cockpit
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.
Sliding companionway hatch and garage in perspex with two teak storm boards.
Grab handles port and starboard of companionway.
Safety line attachment points
Warps and fenders
STEERING
Whitlock Cobra steering system with Reliant pedestal, binnacle compass and Commodore
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 is 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 N4 50hp diesel engine with 2:1 Hurth mechanical gearbox
Upgraded 100amp alternator
Seawater cooled, freshwater system through a heat exchanger.
Engine compartment is insulated with non-combustible foam sound deadening material.
Engine bay 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.
LED engine pre-heat indicator lamp fitted to instrument pod above companionway
Stainless steel tank, holding approximately 320 litres (75gallons) 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 shaft together with an Aquadrive unit
Gori folding propeller
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
SPARS & RIGGING
Cutter rig
Selden deck stepped double spreader anodised mast and boom section
2 x folding steps to mast base
2 x fixed steps to mast head area
Anderson 28ST mast winch with clutch above
Hydraulic backstay tensioner
Carbon spinnaker pole
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
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
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.
Sails

Fully battened mainsail with 3 reefs and Selden MDS car system
Yankee mounted on Furlex 300S furling gear (sail new in 2014)
Staysail mounted on Furlex 200s furling gear
UV protection to staysail
Furling line guides to yankee fixed along gunal
Furling line guides to staysail fixed accross coachroof
Stack pack style mainsail cover with zipper closure. Recent new canvas.
NAVIGATION & RADIO EQUIPMENT
Raymarine ST60 wind, speed, depth and graphic display instruments mounted above
coachroof garage
2kw Raydome
Raymarine C120 radar / chart plotter with AIS transponder
Software for Raymarine C120 updated 2013
Raymarine ST6001+ autopilot with Whitlock Mamba drive
CS Nav6dual Navtex
ICOM M601 VHF/DSC radio with command mic and cockpit speaker
Domestic radio/CD player with 2 x speakers in saloon and 2 x further speakers in garage
instrument pod.
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
4 x heavy duty domestic batteries and 1 x engine start battery
Isolating switches with link between engine and domestic batteries for emergency starting
Mastervolt BTM 1 battery monitoring system
'Skipper' smart alternator booster
Main switch panel protected by contact breakers
20m shore power cable plus 15m extension cable
Shore power system with 60amp mains charger for batteries and 240v sockets in galley,
forward cain, aft cabin, chart area and saloon
12V power outlet adjacent to chart table
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.
Two 25 watt port and starboard navigation lights to pulpit
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
PLUMBING
Fuel: 75 gallons / 340 litres
Water: 110 gallons / 500 litres
Holding tank to forward heads
Snakeriver tank monitoring system to fuel, water and holding tanks
All waste and seawater pipes are reinforced PVC.
Freshwater pipes are non-toxic polybutylene.
All flexible pipe connections are secured with stainless steel hose clips.
Hull exits throu....
Full Specifications

Dimensions
Length:42 ft
Length at Waterline:10.22m (33'6'')
Beam:4.06m (13'4'')
Displacement:11,791kg
Engines/Propulsion
Engine Make/Model:Nanni N4 diesel engine
Engine Hp:50hp
Fuel Type:Diesel
Tankage
Fuel Capacity:340 Litres
Water Capacity:500 Litres
General
Designer:Stephen Jones
Keel:Lead keel
Hull Material:GRP
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