This Broom Ocean 31 is safe, reliable, economical & easy to handle on the river or coastal waters. Nonsuch has only had two owners from new & is now offered for sale having been lovingly updated by her present owners over the last three years. New soft furnishings, tek decking & the addition of shore power are amongst her many improvements. Her 50 HP Volvo MD22L engine pushes her along adequately for tidal visits & economically; using approx. 2 litres per hour at river speeds. A bow thruster allows easy manoeuvrability. Nonsuch is presented ready to go.
Some of her recent investments include:
Nonsuch has been professionally maintained from new and is offered with a comprehensive history.
Boat Safety Scheme Certificate Expires 21st July 2020.
Please contact Neil Davey or Jo Minton
Tel: 01753 851 717
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Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A perspective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.
Nonsuch is an aft-cabin cruiser with a raised cockpit enclosed by side guard-rails with dodgers. Helm and navigator seats allow clear views and swivel to face cushioned rear seating for sociable entertaining. The starboard side rear cockpit seat doubles as a gas locker with lockable hinged cover.
TekDecking covers the cockpit floor and steps down to side-decks on either side giving access forward. The foredeck features an anchor with chain and manual windlass.
A stainless steel ladder leads to the bathing platform with swim ladder. The pulpit rail houses a flag staff socket and life-ring.
The upper helm is fitted with engine controls, hydraulic steering via stainless steel wheel and throttle/gear lever and steering compass. A stainless steel mast-head and external windscreen are both hinged to reduce clearance requirements.
A secure sliding door with integral lock and lever gives access to salon.
Features twin V berths with storage drawers beneath and local LED reading lights. Opening side windows and ceiling hatch to fore-deck allows plenty of light and ventilation. Hanging wardrobes to either side provide generous storage and convenient side shelving runs along each berth. Overhead, modern and energy efficient LED lighting is fitted.
To port-side, the guest or day facility features an integrated sink unit with cavernous storage cupboard beneath. LED lighting above the mirror and a shaver socket allows 230Vac shavers from 12V battery power. Opening side window with blind allows generous light and ventilation. A cassette toilet provides independence from pump-out facilities.
The U-shaped galley is situated to starboard-side and features a built-in gas oven, separate grill and three burner hob. The stainless steel one and a half bowl sink has a central swivel mixer-tap and draining board. An extractor fan is mounted above the cooker. Lighting is by ceiling and under cupboard mounted LED lights and ventilation by side window with blind. The galley features plentiful cupboard, shelving, and drawer storage. A new refrigerator with ice box was professionally fitted in 2015.
The saloon is light and airy and features large sliding side windows to bring the outside in. Modern sand coloured seating and curtain upholstery were fitted in 2015. Venetian blinds provide windscreen privacy while curtains shade the side windows. To starboard there is an L-shape settee with drawers beneath and integral sliding panel to form a generous extra double bed. Portside features a range of storage cupboards, the essential drinks cabinet, and shelving with TV point. A gate-leg dining table that seats 6 folds to stow in its own space.
A thermostat controls the Webasto warm air heating system (with ducted outlets in all three cabins) and modern energy efficient LED wall and ceiling lights.
Access panels within the carpeted floor allow simple engine checks. Beneath the carpet, the floor is modular to facilitate more complex works.
The door from the salon to master suit to portside reveals a double berth to starboard with fitted head, side and foot panels and two drawers units beneath. LED reading lights and flush mounted overhead LED lighting are fitted. Windows from three aspects bring light and ventilation to the room. To portside there is a dressing table with mirror, three draws and hanging wardrobe. A full length dressing mirror and bedside shelving are convenient.
Handy shelving runs alongside the bed and a TV point with stand mounted TV brings comfortable bedtime viewing.
Features manual flushing toilet to holding tank. Integral sink unit with generous storage beneath. LED lighting is above the mirror and a shaver socket allows 230Vac shavers from 12V battery power. Hot and cold water services and power shower via mixer system with shower curtain.
To port side is mounted the internal helm with full engine and boat electrical control systems. The electrical fuse board is located behind a cupboard beneath the helm. Full engine controls, helm change-over, throttle/gear control, bow-thruster, compass, gauges and tank level displays are mounted. Depth & speed logs are repeated here (as at the exterior helm).
The engine is located beneath modular the saloon floor which allows easy access to all service points. There is a single 4 cylinder Volvo engine with gearbox and shaft drive, hot water calorifier, new engine and domestic battery systems (2015) with Mastervolt charger (fitted in 2014). Fresh water tank, toilet holding tank and diesel fuel tanks are all stainless steel. The Webasto warm air heating system is also fed from the main diesel tank and located to starboard side. Two automatic bilge pumps protect from ingress.
Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed, inspected and sea or river trialled depending on location of the boat.