Beautiful Yachts, Beautifully Built
Relatively low volume production with a very high degree of customer led optimization, along with an exceptional standard of finish distinguishes the Rustler brand from others.
The Rustler range has grown over the years. This growth has been entirely driven by customer demand – and has led us to an interesting range of boats, from pretty dayboats to powerful world class cruising yachts.
No matter which model is chosen, the core values remain the same: good design, matched to exemplary build quality.
“Our yachts are custom built in the UK for each and every customer”
Commissioning your new Rustler is much more than a purchase – it’s an experience that you and your family will always remember.
From choosing bespoke styles and components, to meeting the craftspeople that are making your Rustler a reality, you can get involved in every step of the process. By the time your new Rustler is ready to sail, she’ll already feel like a close and trusted friend.
The Rustler Yachts range
From pretty dayboats to powerful world class cruising yachts
- What makes Rustler Yachts special?What makes our boats special? They certainly stand out from the crowd. Part of the answer is in our motto – beautiful yachts, beautifully built – but there’s a lot more to it than that. To misquote Aristotle, the hull is more than the sum of its parts. Timeless good looks and modern-classic lines, fine craftsmanship and exceptional build quality all help to define our brand, but the other thing about all Rustlers is simply how well they sail.
- Rustler 41 Motor Yacht, a boat to be proud ofAfter eight years in the planning, Rustler Yachts has launched its first motor yacht – a boat with the same unique blend of world-class craftsmanship, seakeeping, performance and elegance as the world-renowned sailing yachts they’ve been building for over 50 years.
- Choosing the best keel designKeel design and ballast can easily be overlooked when choosing a sailing yacht, but having the right keel design for the cruising you do, and having the ballast in the right place can transform your sailing and improve your life on board.
- Rustler 57 review – owner interviewIan Robson owned his Rustler 44 for eight years and sailed more than 14,000 miles in her. In all that time only one significant thing went wrong with the yacht ‘and that was probably down to the component supplier rather than Rustler,’ he reflects. ‘You couldn’t say more for the build quality than that, except perhaps that Rustlers don’t break – it takes a lot to break a Rustler.’