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Rustler 37

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Modern semi-custom offshore and ocean cruiser

From her gentle ‘spoon’ bow, and perfectly judged transom overhang, to the silhouette above and below the waterline is pure modern Rustler. A fast hull and easily managed sail plan, here is a yacht that combines space and comfort with safety and seaworthiness.

The Rustler 37’s forward hull shape provides a gentle motion when going to windward in a choppy sea, without the discomfort of slamming into the waves.

Much thought has been given to comfort whilst sailing. The trademark long fin keel and deep canoe underwater body is in complete contrast to many modern production yachts of this size. The shape reduces slamming through waves, and the configuration in general allows more sail to be carried further into higher wind strengths without added leeway. Both satisfying from a sailing standpoint and comfortable from a physical one.

The Rustler 37 is perfect for short-handed cruising, with standard single line reefing, and all controls led back to the cockpit, for easy, safe and manageable sailing.

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A practical and well-thought-out serious cruiser”

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The Rustler 37 has a superb cruising interior with high quality joinery. The layout offers space and comfort combined with practicality in a boat designed for offshore performance cruising. Forward facing chart table with instrument console and comfortable seating ensures safe working in rough conditions.

A tried and tested design to look after you and your partner”

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Principal Dimensions

LOA37ft – 11.28m
Beam12ft 4in – 3.76m
Draught6ft 3in – 1.91m
Ballast7000lbs – 3175kg
Displacement19500lbs – 8845kg

Sail areas

Main401sq ft – 37.30sq.m
Genoa470sq ft – 43.70sq.m
Air draft53.5sq ft – 16.30sq.m


DesignerStephen Jones

Technical details

DesignDesigned by Stephen Jones.
HullA hand laid up system, using glass fibre reinforced polyester (GRP) in accordance with Stephen Jones construction drawings and using Lloyds approved materials.
DeckStainless steel and Harken fittings. Hand laid up system using glass fibre reinforced polyester (GRP)
SailsFully battened mainsail with 3 reefs and Selden MDS car system. Sloop rig as standard. 140% Genoa with UV protection. Furlex 200S furling gear to genoa. Mainsail cover.
SparsAll standing rigging stainless steel 1 x 19mm wire throughout and including forestay, forward and aft lowers. Harken 35ST mast winch.
DeckwearStainless steel and Harken fittings.

Engine options

Nanni N4.38 (37.5hp) 4 cylinder diesel engine with 2.3:1 mechanical gearbox.
100amp alternator.
Engine is flexibly mounted with built-in drip tray.

She has a very relaxed motion, greeting each wave like slowly falling back into a deep feather duvet”

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Rustler 37 – a yacht that combines space and comfort with safety and seaworthiness

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