Restored 1981 Nonsuch 30C #105

  • September 28, 2019 5:05 PM
    Message # 7907278

    Restored Nonsuch 30 Classic - $39,500 860.five-zero-one.0576

    Always stored with a home dehumidifier running year-round. The sail and bottom are perfect - recently placed 3rd of 11 other Nonsuch in the Off Soundings 2019 spring event. Check out this video of her gliding along in 15k with the autohelm driving! YouTube Drone Video

    We love the boat so much we're moving on to a bigger one next season!

    Done in 2018

    Bottom professionally faired and painted (sandblasted bottom, longboarded flat, epoxy barrier coated with Interprotect 2000e, finally painted with Pettit Vivid White - polished smooth) - before and after pictures shown

    Done or added in 2019

    Topsides professionally faired and painted (sanded hull flat and removed all old paint, primed and painted with Pettit EZ-Poxy Seattle Grey) - before and after pictures shown

    Interior cushions replaced.

    All ports replaced with new Beckson ports with screens and rain shields.

    The main deck hatch replaced with new Lewmar glass hatch.

    New "stack pack" sail cover added (just unzip and raise, lower and zip you're done!) Sail is also on SailTrack Slide System that slides up and down very easily.

    All running and interior lights upgraded to low voltage LED bulbs.

    New halyards and all running rigging replaced.

    New Kuuma 6ga water heater installed with cockpit shower.

    New bilge pump installed.

    Dinghy included - 270 "Boat US" Air Floor - Older but no air leaks or repairs.

    2018 - 1003S Torqeedo electric outboard - works great with the dinghy.

    New Balmar Alternator and Regulator for fast recharge even at idle.

    Details - 

    Keel: Fin


    LOA: 30 ft 4 in

    Beam: 11 ft 10 in

    LWL: 28 ft 9 in

    Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in

    Displacement: 11000 lbs

    Ballast: 4500 lbs


    Total Power: 27 HP

    Engine(s): Westerbeke

    Engine Model: 27a

    Year: 1981

    Hours: 699

    Engine Type: Inboard

    Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel


    Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (40 Gallons)

    Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (30 Gallons)

    Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (25 Gallons)


    This boat reflects the standard classic layout. The forward cabin has cabinets, lockers, two large bunks, and dining table. The large galley is to port and the head is to starboard both taking advantages of the largest portion of the design. There are two-quarter bunks, a double to starboard and a large single to port with extra storage outboard. There are 2 overhead hatches with screens and nine opening ports with screens.


    The galley is L-shaped and is located aft on the port side. It features a two-burner propane gimballed stove with oven and storage under the oven a large refrigerated icebox, deep stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressure water, auxiliary manual water pump, and ample counter space and storage lockers. The stove is a new Force 10 with two burners, oven and broiler.

    Force 10 stove with two burners, oven and broiler

    Hot and cold pressure water system

    Paloma (propane)Hot water heater

    2-40 gal. fresh water tanks

    25 gal. holding tank (deck pumpout)

    Electronics and Electrical

    Raytheon Auto Helm autopilot - works great!

    5” ritchie compass


    DMI depth sounder

    DMI speed

    Furuno radar (removed, but we still have it)

    Garmin chart plotter

    Electrical panel


    Plow Anchor

    Kuuma Grill

    There are three batteries, a battery charger, inverter (new - to be installed) and 110 volt shore power.

    New Dock Lines, Safety Equipment, and tons of spare parts!

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    Last modified: September 28, 2019 5:15 PM | Brandon Flack
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