The Nonsuch 30 Ultra does many things exceedingly well. She's well built, is a wonderful sailer, and has space below that boats much larger cannot match. Her single sail rig is a delight for shorthanded sailers. Her attractive interior is supurbly designed and even has a head with separate shower stall so the head stays dry.
SO FAR SO GOOD is a beautiful example of this stunning Mark Ellis design. Her owner has gone through the entire boat. bow to stern, top to bottom, updating and replacing things as he went. Hull and decks were awlgripped in 2008, and her engine was completely rebuilt. Her cabin sole was replaced in 2002. Plumbing is all recent as is the fuel tank.
SO FAR SO GOOD sparkles both inside and out with surfaces in lockers, bilge, and engine compartment that look clean enough to eat off. She is out of the water, protected by her custom Fairclough canvas cover, and may be easily inspected. Sellers are retiring from cruising, so this fine yacht needs a good new home. If you are looking for a Nonsuch 30 Ultra, you'll not find a cleaner example.
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
Sleeps five. Forward cabin features a double berth to port, lockers forward, a hanging locker to starboard, and a dresser to starboard, aft of the hanging locker. Next aft to starboard is an enclosed head with vanity and a separate shower stall. An L-shaped galley is to port, opposite the shower stall. Next aft is the main cabin with a settee to port, an L-shaped settee opposite to starboard, and a quarterberth aft of the port settee. Teak and holly sole was replaced in 2002. Green Sunbrella covered interior cushions. The original teak dining table is included but is not attached to the sole.
The galley features a Seaward stainless steel, three-burner propane stove with oven and broiler (2001), icebox with Sea Frost coldplate refrigeration system installed, stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurized water and manual hand pump.
12 volt DC and 110 volt AC dockside system. 12 volt system consists of three banks, with two banks of 6 volt batteries for the house and one 12 volt battery for starting, three battery selector switches, a Marinetics 24 position breaker panel with volt and amp meters, small solar panel with charge controller for trickle charging, and a Truecharge 20/40 multi-stage battery charger/converter. 110 volt AC system includes shore power cord and 5 position Marinetics breaker panel.
Raymarine C-120 Chartplotter (2005), Raymarine Pathfinder radar (2005 with mast-mounted radome, Raymarine ST6001 autopilot with below deck linear drive (2004). Raymarine ST60 depthsounder, knotmeter/log, and apparent windspeed/direction indicator, Icom IC-M45A VHF transceiver, West Marine VHF 150 handheld VHF transceiver, Garmin handheld GPS, pedestal-mounted compass.
Topsides awlgripped Oyster White with green boot stripe in 2008. Bow roller, transom-mounted swim ladder, double life lines (2000), Ideal electric anchor windlass (2000) with remote.
East Sails mainsail (1996) with three reefs. Strongtrack track and slide system for mainsail (2002), Lewmar #46 self-tending mainsail halyard winch (2013), two Barient #10 winches mounted on cabin top, one Barient #10 mainsheet winch. All blocks were replaced with stainless steel Garhauer blocks.
Fairclough canvas custom winter cover (2010), Achilles SI-88 10' inflatable dinghy (2001), green Sunbrella custom cockpit cushions (2001), green Sunbrella wheel and binnacle cover (2001), Sony AM/FM/CD stereo with two speakers in main cabin, 12 volt fans in forward and main cabins, assorted PFD's, assorted docklines and fenders, bosun's chair, helm seat, telescoping boat hook, 12 volt electric oil changer, U.S. flag and staff, Weaver snap dock davit for inflatable, Whale manual bilge pump, electric bilge pump, emergency tiller.
Engine completely rebuilt. 444 engine hours since rebuild. 30 gallon aluminum fuel tank new in 1998. All domestic water system hoses, valves, strainers, and pumps replaced since current owner's purchase. Custom Westerbeke engine panel in cockpit.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.