Nonsuch 30 for sale

Georgetown, ME, United States

$52,500 USD

General information
Make/model
Nonsuch 30
Category
Used sail boat for sale
Price
$52,500 USD
Year
1984
Designer
Mark Ellis
Length overall
30'4"
Length waterline
28'9"
Length on deck
30'4"
Beam
11'10"
Draft
5'0"
Displacement
5.25 tons (U.S.)
Keel
Fin Keel
Location
Georgetown, ME, United States

About this Nonsuch 30

English

RECENT PRICE REDUCTION!! The Nonsuch 30 is well known for their simple rig and ease of handling.  They also have the greatest layout of any vessel in their size range. Formally "Simba" she has been loved by her past and current owners since 1988, and has been lavished with great care and constant upgrades.  She has remained in Northern New England all of that time and has been stored inside in the off season. Her hull is a beautiful green Awl-Grip in good condition.  Equipment includes Garmin Radar/plotter, below deck mounted Autopilot, Electric Windlass, Electric halyard winch, diesel cabin heater, propane galley stove, and a full cockpit enclosure and dodger in tan sunbrella.

Accommodations


The interior of the Nonsuch 30 Ultra model is very spacious and unique.  A very functional and easy to use accommodation plan.

Starting aft, one enters the cabin through a low companionway with only 3 steps.  To port is a settee berth that extends slightly under the cockpit area.  There are storage lockers below and a large shelf above the berth.  At the aft bulkhead is a very large hanging locker. Under the berth is a water tank.

To starboard of the companionway is a very spacious "L" shaped settee, which converts to a double berth.  A drop leaf teak table is in the middle, and this drops down very conveniently when the double berth configuration is to be used.  A holding tank and the batteries are located under the settee.

Access to the engine is found behind the companionway steps and a locker door beside the steps allows for a quick inspection of the engine room.

Forward of the port settee is the functional "L" shaped galley.  In the aft section of the counter is a 2 burner Force-10 propane stove with an oven, installed in 2016 and the LP system was overhauled at that time. A cover over the stove slides conveniently outboard when the stove is to be used.  Next forward is a large ice box which has an Adler Barbour 12 volt refrigeration system.  Outboard of this counter is a large storage locker with sliders.  In the forward section of the galley is a deep stainless steel sink that is served by pressure hot and cold water system.  Above the sink is the control for the "on demand" propane water heater.  Also above is a storage locker with sliders.  Under the sink counter section are 3 drawers and another locker.

The entire main cabin / galley area is extremely spacious.  The cabin sole is beautiful high gloss varnish, and all of the interior teak has a  satin varnish finish.  There are 5 opening ports with curtains, and a hatch over the galley area for excellent ventilation.  Many surfaces are either off white laminates or fiberglass, keeping the cabin light.  Varnished teak ceiling strips along the hull sides provide a warm "feel" to the cabin as well.  For a real feeling of warmth, Barnegat is equipped with an Espar diesel heating system that provides forced hot air to the main cabin, galley and stateroom.

Opposite the galley is a very spacious head.  There are doors from the main cabin and from the forward stateroom.  In the aft section of the head area is the marine toilet and a vanity sink.  Above the sink is a large mirror. Ventilation is by way of an overhead hatch and an opening port.  To forward within the head area is a separate shower stall, certainly unique in a 30' sailboat.

The stateroom is forward and there is a bi-folding door closing the area from the main cabin.  A wide, double berth is to port.  It is low enough for ease of entering, and the Nonsuch 30's beam allows for great berth width.  Forward, next to the berth is a large hanging locker, and there are lockers at the forward end of the berth as well.  A bureau is opposite the berth, to starboard.  In all, a very spacious stateroom with room to change clothes, and enter the head area with a private door.  Ventilation is great too, with a centerline opening port and an overhead hatch. All lighting has been upgraded to LED bulbs.

Engine, Mechanical and Electrical systems


ENGINE AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

Westerbeke 27 Diesel

4 Cylinders, Fresh water cooled

2212 hours on engine

Racor EX200FG fuel / water separator filter

Groco Sea water intake strainer

Side exhaust conversion

Dripless stuffing box

3 Blade self adjusting AutoProp (refurb 2013)

Bronze folding prop conveys

Diesel powered Espar heating system

Propane system with 2 tanks, sniffer, and solenoid valve

Propane galley stove with oven

Propane on demand water heater

Edson pedestal steering

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

12 volts ship's electrical system

Wiring upgraded by Robinhood Marine 2004

Battery selector switch

Circuit breaker panel with battery condition indicator

3 batteries

2 Lifeline 105 Amp "house bank" batteries

Engine start battery 105 AGM new 2014

100 Amp Balmar alternator

Electric halyard winch with breaker

Electric anchor windlass

Electric bilge pump

Navigation lights

Cabin lights

110 VOLT AC DOCKSIDE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Circuit breaker panel

numerous interior outlets

Battery charger

50' Shore power cord

Electronics


GARMIN 7608 GPS / RADAR / chartplotter - 8" Screen - at helm (2015)

GARMIN 4KW High Def Radar Scanner (2015)

GARMIN GPS 128 backup chartplotter on swing out bracket (2012)

RAYMARINE ST 5000  below deck Autopilot

RAYMARINE ST-100 Remote for autopilot

RAYMARINE RAY 55 VHF Radio with DSC (2012)

RAYMARINE  Remote mike at helm

DATAMARINE Knot / log bulkhead mount

DATAMARINE Wind Speed / direction  bulkhead mount

STANDARD HORIZON Depth meter bulkhead mount

Sails and rigging


Mainsail - 2007 by Halsey Sails

2 Reefs, running to cockpit

Wishbone Boom

Antel Mainsail luff track (2012)

Lewmar Self - Tailing ELECTRIC Halyard winch

Tan Sunbrella Mainsail cover

Lazy Jacks

Free Standing tapered aluminum mast

Equipment


Jade Green Awl-Grip hull finish with tan whale stripe

Teak rub rail with bronze half round

Teak hand rails, cabin house trim and dorade box, Cetol finish

Double bow rail and life lines

Stern rail

Stainless anchor roller system with 2 rollers

2015 Rocna anchor with 200 feet of 5/8" braided rode and 90 feet of 5/16" chain

Danforth Storm anchor with rode and chain

Simpson Lawrence Electric anchor windlass with rope and chain gypsy

Up and down action and foot switches and wash down

St Croix removable dinghy davits

Achilles Hard Bottom 8' Inflatabe dinghy (2011)

Tohatsu 4 stroke 6 HP outboard (2011)

6 Aluminum framed Opening ports

3 Aluminum framed cabin top hatches

Dorade ventilator

Tan Sunbrella Dodger

Tan Sunbrella Bimini and full enclosure

Tan Sunbrella Binnacle cover and Sailcover

Life Sling

Horseshoe Ring

4 Fenders

4 Docklines

Boat Hook

Edson boarding step

Manual Bilge Pump

Teak Cockpit Floor Boards

Edson Pedestal steering

Brake

Curved Guard for electronics

Varnished Cockpit Table

Varnished Drink Holders on Pedestal

Ritchie SP-5 Compass with cover

White Vinyl Cockpit Cushions

Windex on mast head

Bottom stripped and barrier coated 2006

Additional Information


"Barnegat" has only had two owners since 1988, and only sailed in Northern New England.  They have provided her the best of care, including full service by Robinhood Marine Center and storing inside. She is in very nice condition.

Stored inside and easily viewed.

Electronics

GPS , Log, speedometer, Radar , Depthsounder, Plotter , VHF, Compass, Shore power inlet

Inside Equipment

Manual bilge pump, Hot water, Oven , Heating, Electric bilge pump, Marine head

Outside Equipment

Teak cockpit, Swimming ladder, Cockpit table, Cockpit cushions, Bimini Top, Spray hood, Lazyjacks, Mainsail cover

Other Equipment

BARNEGAT, Garmin, Garmin HD, Garmin, Wind speed and direction, Battened mainsail, Steering wheel, 2016 Force 10, Davits

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Propulsion
Engine
Westerbeke 27
Engine hours
2200
Fuel
Diesel
Fuel capacity
30 gallons (U.S.)
Accommodation
Drinking water capacity
80 gallons (U.S.)

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Broker/Dealer Information

Derecktor Robinhood

Mr Gordon Reed
340 Robinhood Road
Georgetown
Maine
04548
United States
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