“With one sail, one halyard, one sheet, and two winches, the Nonsuch 30 is the ultimate in uncomplicated sailing. The boat was introduced in 1978 as the first offering of Hinterhoeller Yachts of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, following George Hinterhoeller's split with C&C Yachts, and it remained in production until 1994. The design is from the board of Mark Ellis. It is unique in that it combines the distinctive shear, highly cambered roach roof and nearly plumb bow and stern of a Cape Cod-styled catboat with a moderate-aspect-ratio fin keel, low wetted surface and a partially balanced spade rudder below the waterline.” ~ By Jack Hornor Revised by BoatUS editors in October 2012
Northwind II is a nice example of this popular Nonsuch 30 Ultra design. The current owners have taken care of her and have just had a survey on the yacht to ensure that the yacht is in good overall shape and ready to convey to her next owner. Priced competitively with the market with a survey completed by an accredited surveyor in September of 2015, this yacht offers fantastic value.
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Light gray topsides with blue boot and shear stripes, red anti-fouling paint; light gray deck with white cabin trunk sides and light gray non-skid area.
Partially cored fiberglass decks with molded in two tone non-skid.
Large deep cockpit with capacity to easily seat six with (2) good sized sail lockers. Wide uncluttered side decks with molded in railings, double lifelines with gates port and starboard. All teak trim in good condition.
(7) Atkins and Hoyle aluminum and glass opening ports to provide ventilation and light.
Aluminum free standing keel stepped spar with aluminum "wishbone" type boom.
Westerbeke 27 turns a (3) blade Autoprop on a 1" stainless shaft through a Hurth 2:1 V drive. the engine is clean and well maintained.. All new fuel hoses '06, new water-lift muffler '06, and new shaft log '06.
The Westerbeke Marine diesel engine provides the following performance numbers:
The forward stateroom has a 6'7" double berth that is 48" wide with storage area ahead of the bunk and a full length shelf outboard. There is a large hanging locker forward. Just aft of the locker is a bureau with storage locker and mirror over it and drawers and another locker below. A louvered bi-fold door separates the stateroom from the rest of the boat.
The head is fully enclosed Vacuflush toilet, arborite counter top with oval Stainless steel sink and large vanity with mirror above. Outboard is a locker with shelf and below the vanity are drawers and another locker. The separate shower room can be entered either through the head or from the forward stateroom. The shower has been upgraded and curtain can separate the shower from the head area. A molded sump with electric pump-out and teak grate is fitted in the sole. There is a locker outboard in the shower room and molded in seat.
Opposite to port is the spacious forward facing "L" shaped galley.
Aft of the galley on the port side is a 6"6" settee with upholstered backrests and stowage lockers outboard. There is a deep full-length shelf above the backrest. Opposite the port settee is a 6'7" "L" shaped dinette which converts to a 48" wide double berth when the table is folded down. Aft of the dinette is a locker outboard. The single drop leaf teak table has center storage wells. A deep full-length shelf is outboard of the settee. The companionway is removable for access to the engine.
The main salon can be kept warm on chilly days with the kerosene fired ‘Cozy Cabin’ Cabin heater.
Two flooded type Group 31 batteries are installed below the aft end of the dinette, starboard side of the salon. Both batteries are installed in plastic battery boxes and secured with tie straps. The battery cables are 2-gauge stranded copper welding cable or similar conductor. A Guest Marine three-way battery switch is located to starboard of the engine access panel. A Bass Products circuit breaker panel is installed on the bulkhead adjacent to the aft end of the dinette.
No AC system is installed aboard but a small 400-watt inverter is installed on the bulkhead at the aft end of the starboard settee. The AC outlets were integral with the inverter.
An L-shaped galley is located forward to port. It is fitted with a gimballed two-burner liquid propane gas (LPG) stove and single stainless steel sink with pressure and manual water pumps. The solenoid control is located outboard behind the stove.. A Mirage II LP leak alarm is installed above the breaker panel at the aft end of the starboard bunk and a Paloma LPG fired instant hot water heater is secured to the bulkhead above the galley counter. It is vented to the atmosphere outside the vessel.
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