Semi-custom luxury ocean cruising yacht
Stephen Jones has again performed his genius on this design. The new Rustler 57 is designed as a powerful cruiser. With low topsides and an aft cockpit the design is a happy departure from the hoards of look-a-like centre cockpit which have become the norm in this segment.
On deck, there is an abundance of low flat space – easy to move across at any angle, the design prioritises easy handling and safety. The aft cockpit incorporates a table and single large diameter wheel.
The interior is a master class in design. Mainly on one level, and easy to negotiate underway in a heavy sea, the interior space has been cleverly optimised for comfort at sea and in port. The boat features an impressive navigation station along with practical quarter berths and three large cabins.
|LOA||57ft – 17.40m|
|Length waterline||47ft – 14.49m|
|Beam||16ft 5in – 5.00m|
|Draft fixed keel||8ft 6in – 2.59m|
|Draft lifting keel||6ft 6in/11ft 6in – 2.00m/3.5m|
|Displacement||60,000lbs – 27.2tonnes|
|Main||969sq ft – 90sq.m|
|Yankee||947sq ft – 88sq.m|
|Staysail||312sq ft – 29sq.m|
|Air draft||78ft 7in – 23.99m|
|Rig Dimensions||I = 68.7ft – 20.93m|
J = 22.24ft – 6.78m
P = 66.11ft – 20.15m
E = 26.74ft – 8.15m
|Hull||Mould in accordance with Stephen Jones construction drawings|
|Deck||Mould in accordance with Stephen Jones construction drawings|
Water and Fuel Capacity
|Water capacity||200 gallons – 910 litres|
|Fuel capacity||209 gallons – 950 litres|
The Ruster 57 – the interior is a master class in design