Rustler Yachts Ltd.

Maritime Buildings, Falmouth Road, TR10 8AD Falmouth, Cornwall
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Hall map

boot 2018 hall map (Hall 15): stand A27

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boot 2018 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.01  Sailing Boats & Yachts
  • 01.01.02  Open Keel Boats

Open Keel Boats

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.01  Sailing Boats & Yachts
  • 01.01.03  Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Our products

Product category: Open Keel Boats

Rustler 24

Inspired by some of the Classic designs from the last century, the Rustler 24 offers the dayboat sector a new dimension by combining traditional long keel sea-keeping and handling qualities, with the practicality of modern materials and systems.
Here is a real alternative to the ‘crash bang’ style of modern dayboats – for those amongst us with a passion for elegance!
In matters of sea keeping, stability, sure-footedness and overall
balance, the longer keel has an inherent advantage. It offers a smoother ride. The Rustler 24 is capable of a great deal more than just looking pretty.

A perfect combination of elegance, performance and practicality. But beauty here is more than skin deep, with attention to detail and a quality of finish rarely seen on boats of this type. The result is that the Rustler 24 strikes a unique balance between sailing performance, ease of handling, high quality materials and world class workmanship.

By taking great care with the design and layout of the yacht, the Rustler 24 has successfully achieved the impression of grandeur unusual in a yacht of her size. And using Rustler’s simplified sail handling system, the full performance of this exceptional dayboat can be achieved with the minimum of crew – single-handedly if the mood takes you!

The very high ballast ratio makes for a stiff and stable boat, combine this with a deep roomy cockpit and you get a sense of security second to none.

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Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Rustler 57

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.
Stephen Jones has again performed his genius on this design. She will be fast, comfortable, seaworthy and beautiful.

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.

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Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Rustler 63

The Rustler 63 is a new design. Developed from discussions with existing Rustler clients, the Rustler 63 has been designed by Stephan Jones to be a powerful performer.
A clean, easy to operate cockpit offers comfort and safety, whilst the large, beautiful, uncluttered decks allow ease of movement around the boat. She is a big powerful yacht, but the design is all about ease of handling; sensible modern sail handling systems are incorporated and the boat will be easy to live with – even if short-handed.

Designed to be built in aluminium, with a huge choice of interior options, the R63 will be finished to true ‘superyacht’ quality.

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About us

Company details

Rustler Yachts are renowned for quality, service and value and we have great confidence in our products. We are passionate about the yachts we build and the methods and materials we use to build them. Every one of our boats is hand-built – superlative quality is found from every curve, surface and detail.

Rustler Yachts are proud to be a British-based company.  We create hand-built, bespoke yachts using a unique mixture of traditional methods and cutting-edge technology, and we have a history of creating yachts that become design classics.

Since the early 1980s, we have been building our beautiful yachts in Falmouth using high quality materials and traditional methods.

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