This is a 30’ Nonsuch Classic built in Canada in 1982. The Nonsuch 30 is highly regarded for its good sailing qualities and ease of handling due to its wishbone cat sloop rig. The cockpit is very large and the interior is very comfortable. Due to its long waterline and generous beam the volume of the Nonsuch 30 is comparable to a much larger boat.
Designer: Mark Ellis
Year Built: 1982
Displacement: 10,500 lbs.
Ballast: 4,500 lbs.
Engine: Westerbeke inboard diesel, 33 hp
960 engine hours
Cockpit engine controls
Fresh water cooling system
Emergency engine stop
Fuel shut-off valves at engine and stove
4 Handheld fire extinguishers
Fuel Tank: 30 Gallons, aluminum
Water tank: 86 Gallons
There is an L-shaped galley to port equipped with:
Propane 4-burner gimballing stove with oven and broiler
Stainless steel sink with pressure water system
The salon has opposing settees with dining table that can be used for sleeping berths. There are two quarter-berths aft. There is a head.
Propane on-demand hot water system
12 volt DC, 24 volt DC, 110 volt AC electrical systems
Shore Power Cord
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION
New Garmin GPS chart plotter
VHF marine radio
Wind speed indicator
Raytheon speed & distance logs
Stereo with 4 speakers
Anchor line with chain leader
Cockpit seating with cushions
US Coast Guard safety equipment package
Teak Cockpit table
Teak pedestal drink holders
RIGGING & SAILS
Wheel and pedestal cover
P.O. Box 752 Port Washington Blvd.
Port Washington, NY 11050