Mark Ellis Designed and built by Hinterhoeller Yachts the Nonsuch Ultra has pleasant lines easy-on-the-eye and at a 11'10" beam for 30'4" length, the beam to length ratio results in a hugely spacious interior and cockpit. As result of her work boat heritage, the Nonsuch mast are unstayed and placed forward of the accommodation area.
Aluminum mast and an aluminum wishbone, about the same length as the boat, is high off the deck and sheeted at the aft end. A relatively flat underbody, moderate draft fin keel, and semi-balanced spade rudder at the aft end of the waterline, give the Nonsuch design a low-wetted surface which results in good performance.
With no chain plates, shrouds or stays in the way and with NO genoa track or cars, mainsheet traveler, or primary winches, on the cockpit coamings (there is one mainsheet winch well aft on the starboard coaming), there is an amazing amount of space above deck on this 30 footer.
Cockpit benches are living-room chair depth, with high coamings for comfortable seating.
Interior of the Ultra... introduced in 1984... has a large permanent double berth located forward in the cabin, with a large hanging locker and a vanity on the opposite side. Aft lies a large head with a separate shower stall. Teak door separates the forward cabin from the main salon. The head is almost bathroom-sized, and lies opposite a large galley. Just inside the companionway lies an L-shaped dinette, with an opposing settee. The permanent sleeping area is comfortable, private and out of traffic.
The present and 3rd owner has had the boat since 2011.
2011 Survey on hand and available
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