Sailing BoatsCruisersHustlerModel 30The Hustler 30 is a cruiser-racer from the early ’80s designed by Holman & Pye. These classic craft have elegant lines with well mannered performance and are easily handled with a good turn of speed. They have a deserved reputation for seakindliness and are able to cope with the very worst of conditions. This good example has been re-engined and comes with a recent set of lightly used sails. Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office – – Click here to reveal phone number – Accommodation
The boat offers 4 single berths in two cabins. Up forward there is the V berth with storage underneath & deck opening hatch to the foredeck. The heads is located to port with a marine toilet and basin. Opposite to starboard is a hanging locker. In the main cabin there are two single settee berths with a swinging table inbetween. Good storage underneath and behind the berths. In the port quarter is the chart table with the switch panel and instruments. Opposite in the starboard quarter is the galley with single stainless sink, hand pumped water, 2 burner gas stove with grill and a coolbox. Green upholstery throughout.
Located under the companionway stairs is the Perkins Perama M20 marine deisel engine fitted new in 1992. 3 cylinders, 18hp, shaft driven to a fixed 2 bladed propellor. Single lever controls. 25 litre stainless steel fuel tank.
One 12v domestic battery – 4 years old One 12v engine start battery – 4 years old Alternator charging
Spars & Sails
Masthead rigged bermudan sloop. Deckstepped alloy mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging (age unknown). Terylene running running. Two Lewmar 25 sheet winches. Two Lewmar 8 Lewmar halyard winches. Slabbed reefed mainsail. Heading furling system. Mainsail – One Sails – 2016 – Good Genoa – One Sails – 2016 – new UV strip 2020
CQR anchor with chain Mainsail cover Winter storage cradle Various fenders and warps
Plastimo steering compass Autohelm tridata Garmin GPSmap 551 Yeoman Sport chartplotter JRC radar ICOM IC-M23 DSC VHF Raytheon autopilot Clock and barometer Masthead & deck level navigation lights
Deck light Spotlight MOB sling Manual bilge pump
GRP hull, deck and superstructure. Cast iron fin keel. Epoxied below the waterline in 1990 and again in 2012 as a preventative measure. Moulded non-slip pale blue decks. Tiller steering to a skeg hung rudder.
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