Rival 36 well proven and well maintained deep fin keel cruiser, returned from an extensive blue water cruise yet returned remarkably un scathed. Very useful inventory for those thinking of heading off again, includes Wind generator, Cruising chute, Chart Plotter/Radar, AIS, Autopilot, Aries self-steering, Telescopic yacht legs, and much more. Part 1 registration, Built to Lloyds 100A1 spec.PRICE JUST REDUCED due to ill health, all sensible offers considered.
Built by Rival Yachts Ltd to Lloyds 100A1 specifications designed by Peter Brett. Cutter rigged with deep fin keel, aft cockpit, skeg hung rudder, tiller steering, GRP hull deck and superstructure. White hull with off white cockpit and coachroof, grey painted deck with teak sections, S/S push and pulpit, Teak grab rails, boarding ladder.
Bukh 24HP 2 cylinder diesel engine (New 1994). Last serviced 2015.
Cruise speed 5 Knots
Max speed 7 Knots
Range - 3 days @ 5 knots = 360 miles approx
12 volt system 240 amp/Hr collective capacity
1 x 12 volt battery (engine) + 2 x 6 volt Parallel (Domestic) charged by engine alternator.
Wind generator mounted cockpit aft.
Onboard battery charger – Mastervolt (Not working).
Inverter – Mastervolt
240V ac shore power with RCD and 5 outlets below
Fuel: 180L – Stainless steel tank
Water: 350L – Stainless steel tank
Masthead cutter rig, anodised single spreader mast and boom, stainless steel standing rigging, Terylene running rigging.
Mast fitted with mast steps and Harken sliders on luff groove.
Mainsail single line slab reefing with lazyjacks, Furlex 300S headsail Furling.
Hank on inner stay sail.
Cockpit Coaming 2x lewmar 42’s + 2x 16’s
Coachroof 1x Lewmar 16 + Jammers x 9 (4+5)
Mast 1x lewmar 24 + 1x 16 + 1x 8 +1x 6
Storm sail x 1
Inner stay sail x1
8 berths in 2 cabins, 2 double berths and 2 singles + 2 cot berths, good sized saloon area with seating around saloon table for 8 persons.
Chart table with aft quarter berth to Stbd, Galley to Port.
Galley with Plastimo gas cooker with 2 burners oven and grill, Double S/S sink,
12v Frigo Fridge (Not working - needs re -gassing), pressurized & manual Cold water system + manual salt water pump.
Separate heads compartment forward with Lavac Vacuum sea toilet, shower and hand basin, hanging lockers opposite.
Forecabin with double berth and storage under berths.
Classic varnished Teak joinery throughout, with Blue Upholstery and soft furnishings. Standing headroom 6’1”.
Compass – Plastimo Contest B
VHF radio – Icom IC - M422 DSC
Depth sounder – Seafarer 700
Log/Speed – (Not working)
Wind – Raymarine ST60+
GPS Systems – Shipmate RS5700 + Garmin GPS152
Chart Plotter/Radar – Raymarine Pathfinder RL70C
(Cartridge Charts for Biscay & north Atlantic islands included)
Autopilot – Raymarine 2000
AIS – Receiver
Anchors – 2x CQR + 1x Kedge
Chain/Warp – main 60m chain + warp, Kedge 6m chain + warp.
Electric Windlass - Vetus
Liferaft – (Out of date)
Epirb - 406
Fire Extinguishers x3
Bilge pump Manual
Bilge pump Electric
Clock & Barometer
Sprayhood – (Canvas needs replacing)
Bimini with side panels
Over boom awning
Boarding Ladder – transom
Yacht legs - telescopic
Aries Windvane self- steering
Fenders – x6
Warps – various
Engine spares - various
We have owned “Passant” for 14 years and have spent the last 12 years doing the Atlantic circuit cruising around the Caribbean, cape Verdes, Bermuda, Azores then back home.
We’ve thoroughly enjoyed our sailing with her though out, and have never had cause for concern with regard to our safety in all weathers, she has always performed and lived up to the Rival reputation as a safe sturdy long distance cruising yacht.
Now we’ve decided to Retire gracefully from Retirement, sadly too old to carry on.
UPDATES / HISTORY:
Hull epoxied 1994
New Bukh 24HP engine 1994
New Boom with single line reefing system 1998
New various cockpit covers 1998
New hatches x 2 2001
New Mastervolt regulator 2010
New VHF radio 2010
New Forestay 2011
Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these details their accuracy is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to employ a qualified Marine surveyor to
carry out a survey of the vessel which should include an engine assessment where appropriate. Baltic Yacht Brokerage are acting as a Broker for the Vendor of this vessel, who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of any business.