Vessel Name


Vessel Type

Sailing Yacht

Vessel Price


Short Description


MGRS 34, 1986

Designed by Rob Humphreys, built by MG yachts, a fantastic cruiser racer.  Well maintained by current owners who have cruised and raced extensively, often 2 handed.  

Engine  Serviced and winterised annually by owner.
Forepeak - Stowage for chain below soleboards. Stowage for anchor and sails.
Manual Brydon Bay sea toilet. Mirror. Basin with foot operated fresh water pump. Opening deck hatch.
Engine under table box. 4 single berths with lee cloths.Water tank and battery under lower starboard berth. Fuel tank and battery under port lower berth. Opening deck hatch. Liferaft under companionway steps. 2 further single berths under cockpit.
Gimbaled 2 burner cooker + grill. Single sink with foot operated fresh water pump with inline filter. Gas panel heater. Cupboards for stowage.
Cockpit: Instruments and compass either side of companionway. 

Sails and spars

Twin swept spreader mast with rod rigging and adjustable backstay. All lines led aft to cockpit • 12 clutches and 2 Barlow 23 winches on companionway coachroof • 2 Lewmar 40 winches for headsail. 2 Barlow 24 winches aft • FULL SET RACING SAILS COMPRISING: Tape drive main with battens • Headsails • Tape drive No 1 • Tape drive No 2 • Tape drive No 3 • Heavy weight No 4 • Storm Trysail and fore sail, orange colour • SPINNAKERS Heavyweight spinnaker • Medium weight spinnaker • Asymmetric spinnaker • CRUISING SAILS Main, No 1, 2, and 3 sails, not tape drive, functional but old • WARPS AND LINES • All Fixed halyards and rigging as seen on yacht • 4 jib sheets • 2 heavyweight spinnaker sheets • 2 lightweight spinnaker sheets • 3 mooring lines •

Gear and safety

RFD Seasava 6 person liferaft • Kenwood CD player + 4 speakers in saloon • Gas panel heater in saloon • 2 burner gas cooker with grill • 2 x fire extinguishers + fire blanket • Barometer and clock • Fenders, warps, etc. Heavyweight 35 lb CQR anchor and 25 metres heavy anchor chain, with a length of octoplait • Medium and lightweight (racing) anchors with 25 meters lightweight chain and a length of octoplait • Tiller extension • Autohelm • Ships radio • EPIRB 6 lifejackets • Boston’s chair • 3 racing winch handles • 3 heavy winch handles •


Yanmar 2GM20 with aquadrive


Simrad RD68 VHF radio + NASA Marine Navtex Pro-Plus + Radiotelex Weatherman + Furuno GP31 GPS Navigator + Autohelm Multi, Compass, Depth, Speed, Wind + Incastec Minidepth depth sounder + Kenwood CD player + 4 speakers in saloon


Length OA 33' 3" Beam 11' 6" Draft 6'6" Tonnage 4.064 M.T.

General Comments

The owners have cruised and raced Rebel extensively, just two handed.
They comment that:
"In FOUR Fastnets and many other offshore races completed to date, Rebel has always “punched above her weight” and has achieved many wins and excellent placings.
Rebel will be an excellent vessel for a serious sailor..........."


The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel / equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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