Rival 36

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Description

First launched in 1980 the Rival 36 was the last of the Rival designs to be drawn by Peter Brett, the man responsible for creating the Rival brand and its iconic reputation as a robust reliable cruiser. Originally built by Southern Boatbuilding Company before the the merging of the Rival and Bowman brands there was reportedly a total of 78 hulls produced in the class before production ceased in the mid 1990’s.

One of the later examples of the Rival 36 design RIVAL MISCHIEF was commissioned by a discerning owner and lavished with extras from the factory. She is a rare combination of options with the more versatile MkI interior combined with the shallower Scheel keel and wheel steering. With only her 5th owner since built she has had enjoyed continual maintenance and upgrading, maintaining her Lloyds 100A1 classification through until 2005. Reluctantly offered for sale she comes with a comprehensive inventory including highlights such as:


Gelshield coated underwater hull sections from new

CopperCoat antifouling applied 2014

Laid decks professionally re-screwed and re-plugged in 2020

Blakes seacocks fitted for all underwater through hull fittings.

Yanmar 3YM30AE marine diesel engine fitted new in 2015, less than 200 hours running time

Sterngear replaced in 2015

Whitlock Cobra 5R pedestal wheel steering system

Stainless Steel fuel, freshwater and black water tanks

Raymarine es78 MFD with Raymarine Quantum radar installed new 2017

New galley stove, 2 burner, oven and grill installed new 2015

Ebersapcher diesel fired blown air heating system installed new 2015

Lying on a berth in Bridlington, East Yorkshire RIVAL MISCHIEF is available for viewing strictly by prior appointment.


CONSTRUCTION

RIVAL MISCHIEF was built to meet the requirement of Lloyds 100A1 classification and was retained in class until her last inspection in 2005. Retaining 100A1 compliance requires a stringent maintenance and inspection routine by Lloyds surveyors with all recommendations having to be completed within a set time frame.

Hull Construction:

Single piece GRP moulded hull.

Hand consolidated polyester laminate with CSM and Woven glass matting

Additional material added to hull within the area of the keel

GRP laminated stringers with foam core former

Plywood formed, GRP laminated engine beds

Double thickness gelcoat applied to hull moulding

Gelshield epoxy treatment applied to underwater hull at factory

Under water hull treated with CopperCoat in 2014

Topsides finished in original white gelcoat with gold coveline

Deck & Superstructure Construction:

Single piece GRP moulding incorporating superstructure and self-draining cockpit

Hand consolidate polyester laminate in sandwich construction with balsa core

Parana pine formed stringers under side deck, laminated over

Double thickness gelcoat finish, off-white in colour

Moulded non-slip panels to finish coachroof top

Laid teak side deck and foredeck, fully re-screwed and re-plugged in 2020

Laid teak panels to finish cockpit seating and sole

GRP moulded bulwarks with teak capping rail.

Keel & Rudder:

Scheel keel

Single lead casting over laminated with GRP

GRP foam cored rudder blade

Stainless steel rudder stock.

White metal rudder bearing with conventional type stuffing gland


MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Yanmar 3YM30AE marine diesel engine, fitted new in 2015

30hp @ 3200rpm

Naturally asprirated, indirectly cooled, 3 cylinder.

Mechanical reversing marine gearbox

Single lever morse control

Maintenance & Performance:

Recorded engine running hours 196

Engine last serviced March 2020, minimal use since

Cruising speed 6.5kts

Propulsion & Steering:

Stainless steel prop shaft (2015)

Bronze sterntube

PSS Dripless type sterngland. (2015)

Cutlass bearing replaced 2015

Darglow Featherstream feathering propellor

3 blade, bronze, fitted new in 2009, greased and new anoded fitted 2021

Ambassador Marine rope cutter.

Whitlock Cobra 5R helm pedestal.

Stainless steel wheel with leather cover

Autopilot:

Raymarine ST4000MkII pilot system

Raymarine wheeldrive unit.


ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power system

230VAC shore power system

Shore Power:

Single 16 amp connection

Extension lead to connect to shore supply

Hardwired RCD protected system

Ring main, battery charger and water heater

Battery Banks:

Engine Bank – 1x 12VDC, 60Ah Varta battery

Domestic Bank – 2x 12VDC 110Ah Varta battery

Alternator:

Single engine driven 100amp, 12VDC. (2015)

Battery Charger:

Techpro 3 stage 230VAC – 12VDC charger

25amp capacity

Invertor:

Bestek 12VDC – 230VAC

1000 watt capacity

Battery Monitor:

Voltmeter and ammeter on ships switch panel.

General:

12VDC auxiliary charging sockets, above and below decks


PLUMBING

Fresh Water:

Fully pressurised hot and cold water system.

Mixer taps in galley and heads

Heads tap extending to serve as shower head

In-line filter for fresh water system

Manually pump FW tap in galley, foot pump.

Hot water provided via calorifier tank.

Bilge Pumps:

Manual bilge pump – 2x Henderson Mk V. 1 in cockpit. 1 below decks

Electric Bilge pump – 1x Rule electric pump with manual and auto switching

Gas System:

Vented gas storage locker for 2x calor 4.5kg bottles

Regulator, leak detector and changover tap

Copper piping, all new in 2015.

Deck Wash:

12VDC pressure pump

Plug-in fitting on deck

General:

Blakes seacocks for all underwater through hull fittings.


TANKAGE

Fuel:

Single stainless steel diesel tank

Approximate capacity 180ltrs

All piping for fuel system in copper pipe with armoured flexible connections are ends.

Fresh Water:

Single stainless steel fresh water tank.

Approximate capacity 300ltrs

Calorifier:

Single insulated tank

Heated by engine cooling water or 240VAC immersion heater

Approximate capacity 22ltrs

Black Water:

Single stainless steel tank

Discharging overboard via manual pump or deck suction fitting

Approximate capacity 120ltrs


NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:

Depth – Autohelm ST50

Log - Autohelm ST50 – New transducer fitted 2015

Wind - Autohelm ST50

Close Hauled Wind - Autohelm ST50

Radar – Raymarine Quantum radar scanner. (2017 – Currently not operational)

GPS - Autohelm ST50 Nav Data

Magnetic Compass - Plastimo Olympic 135 binnacle compass

Below Decks:

Plotter/Radar/Fishfinder– Raymarine es78 MFD with plotter, radar and fishfinder functionality (2017)

Fishfinder – Raymarine DownVision transducer

Repeater – Autohelm ST50 Multi – Not operating

Compass – Autohelm ST50 digital compass – Not operating

GPS – Garmin 120XL, feeding data to SeaTalk data bus

Communications Equipment:

DSC VHF – Vertex Standard DSC with cockpit speaker and CommandMic

Navtex – NASA Pro (2015)


DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Galley Stove – Neptune 4500 two burner, grill and oven (2015)

Fridge – Top loading insulated fridge with Isotherm 12VDC compressor and holding plate

Crash bar and retaining strap for cooker

Twin stainless steel sinks

Heads:

Jabsco manual marine toilet. (2015)

Heads discharging overboard or to holding tank

Mixer tap/shower fitting at tap

Electric sump pump to discharge shower water overboard

Heating & Ventilation:

Ebersapcher D4 diesel fired blown air system. (2015)

Electronic, thermostatic cabin controller

3 outlets, 1 in forward cabin, two in saloon.

Lighting:

Overhead, downlighter type lights throughout (2015)

Majority of bulbs converted to LED

Entertainment:

Radio/CD/MP3 head unit

Speakers in saloon


ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Twin cabin forward, converting to a double

Two occasional berths in saloon with two additional pipecots to provide 4 occassional berths

Quarter berth

Heads compartment

Accommodation Finish:

Joinery work of teak veneered plywood with solid teak trims finished in a satin varnish

Cabin sole of solid teak boards.

Heads compartment finished with formica faced plywood and vanrished teak trims

Hull lined where visible with vinyl covered ply panels and varnished teak trims

Headling finished with vinyl covered ply panels and varnished teak trims

Upholstey replaced throughout in 2015

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:

Two single berths in the traditional V-berth formation

Infill section to create double when required.

Storage shelves overhead, outboard port and starboard.

Access to chain locker provided through opening hatch in forward bulkhead.

Bin type locker storage provided under the bunks.

Heads:

To port immediately aft of the forpeak, dedicated compartment with door.

Aft facing Jabsco manual marine toilet mounted inboard forwards.

Countertop with inset wash hand basin outboard.

Vanity unit outboard of counter.

Opposite the heads a large hanging locker is provided.

Saloon:

Occupying the full beam of the boat the saloon spans the area between the main and saloon bulkheads.

Centrally mounted teak drop leaf saloon table with bottle storage in central section.

L-shaped bench settee with curved ends to port

Straight bench settee to starboard.

Port settee converts to occasional single or double berths.

Starboard settee converting to a single berth.

Both settees berths protected with lee cloths.

Two concealed cot berths in saloon, over settee berths, creating a further two occasional berths.

Generous storage provided throughout saloon area with lockers below and behind settees and lockers overhead.

Galley:

Aft of the saloon bulkhead to port.

U-shaped galley with work surfaces along forward end

Cooker mounted on gimbals outboard.

Twin stainless steel sinks in work top along aft end

Fridge under forward worktop outboard.

Crockery and general storage lockers outboard with lockers beneath worktop

Nav Station / ¼ Berth:

Opposite galley to starboard side of companionway.

Large forward facing chart table

Chart storage within the table.

Navigator sitting, forward facing on dediciated seat.

Bosuns drawers beneath table.

Ships switch panel outboard of seat with navigation instruments.

Quarter berth extending aft from nav station


DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

Deck stepped, single spreader mast head sloop rig

Silver anodised alloy spars, manufactured by Kemp

Standing rigging of stainlesss steel wire, fully replaced 2014

Removable inner forestay with hank-on working jib

Harken roller reefing system on forestay for genoa

Slab reefing mainsail

Rod type kicker

Spinnaker pole, stowing on mast

Lewmar Ocean genoa tracks with ball bearing cars, control lines lead aft to cockpit

Lewmar mainsheet track with towed car.

Spinlok rope clutches of lines lead aft to cockpit

Lazy jacks for mainsail

Masthead radar reflector

Winches:

Primary Winches – 2x Lewmar 43, self tailing, two speed

Secondary Winches – 1x Lewmar 16, self-tailing, single speed. 1x Lewmar 16, single speed

Halyard / Mainsheet Winch – 1x Lewmar 30, self-tailing, single speed

Mast Mounted Winches – 3x Lewmar 16, self-tailing, single speed.

Sails:

Mainsail – White Dacron, fully battened, slab reefing with 3 full reefs. North Sails 2009

Roller Furling Genoa – 135%. White Dacron, white UV Stripe, roller reefing. North Sails 2009

Working Jib – White Dacron. Hank-on, fitting on removable inner forestay. Lightly used. Sanders Sails 2015

Gennaker – With snuffer, lightly used. 2015

Storm Jib – Orange Dacron. Hank-on. Appears unused.

Canvas Work:

Mainsail Cover – Sanders Sails 2015

Sprayhood – Sanders Sails 2015

Pedestal Cover – Sanders Sails 2015

Liferaft Cover – Sanders Sails 2015

Anchoring & Mooring:

Electric Anchor Windlass – Simpson Lawrence Horizon 1500w with remote control and manual override.

Bower Anchor – 45lb CQR anchor on 55m, 10mm chain rode (2015)

Kedge Anchor – Claw type 20kg anchor with 8m chain.

Selection of mooring warps

Selection of fenders

General:

Double bow roller

Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails

Stainless steel deck mounted stanchions supporting double tier guardwires

Alloy, deck mounted mooring cleats, forward, midships and aft

Chain locker below deck level housing windlass

‘Rival’ stainless steel samson post on foredeck

Stainless steel antenna pole mounted on transom

Teak cockpit table and teak drinks holder mounted on pedestal


SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:

Masthead Tri-colour & Anchor light

Steaming light

Low level bow and stern lights

Life saving:

Liferaft – Ocean Standard cannister type raft, 4 person. Next service due 2022

EPIRD – Fitted new 2019

2x Horseshoe buoy – One with light and danbuoy. One with drogue

Webbing jackstays

Pilot gas alarm


DISCLAIMER

In this case we are acting as brokers only.

The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.

This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Contact The Seller

General Information

Name
RIVAL MISCHIEF
Designer
Peter Brett
Year
1991
New or used
used
Lying
United Kingdom

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity (L)
300

Measurements

Length overall (m)
10.93
Length waterline (m)
8.5
Beam (m)
3.35
Draft (m)
1.5
Displacement (kg)
7010

Engines

Engine
Yanmar 3YM30AE marine diesel engine, fitted new in 2015 30hp @ 3200rpm Naturally asprirated, indirectly cooled, 3 cylinder.
Engine Hours
196
Fuel
diesel
Fuel capacity (l)
180

About The Seller

Mark Cameron Yachts

The Braes

Inverneil

PA308ES

United Kingdom

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