A SIMPLIFIED CRUISING STYLE AND SOLID CONSTRUCTION
An established coastal cruiser with a shallow draft and well-ventilated interior, the Nonesuch 30 is a stable and forgiving boat that is ideal for thin waters. Designed by Mark Ellis and built by George Hinterhoeller, the vessels were first introduced in 1978 in Canada. To eliminate the substantial weather helm experienced by most catboats, the Nonsuch was designed with a finer entry, maximum beam further aft, a fin keel, and a partially balanced spade rudder. With the tapered unstayed mast and wishbone boom, the result was an easy-to-maintain and spacious cruising vessel that was rapidly popularized in the United States.
El Faro Verde has been gently used by her current owner, who has appreciated her solid construction, stability, and substantial interior volume and storage. She is ready for some updates and her next adventures.
Please contact Patricia Eldredge at 434.326.3635 (cell) or toll free at 855.770.0977.
I have extensive expertise with all types of vessels, their designs both here and abroad, and with the construction materials used in the maritime industry. Moreover, I have owned several vessels and lived aboard. Whether you are purchasing or selling, allow me to help you realize your goals.
Entering through the companionway from the generous and protected cockpit, there are opposing settees forward with ample storage and a drop-leaf dining table between them, a proper L-shaped galley to port, a large head compartment with shower and Vacuflush commode to starboard, and quarter berths aft. The starboard quarterberth is a double.
The secure, L-shaped galley to port has the following equipment:
Electronics include the following:
There is a secure, spacious cockpit for entertaining or sleeping in a cool breeze.
Hull and deck are fiberglass composites cored with end-grain balsa. The lead keel is attached with stainless steel bolts that pass through floor timbers, which offers additional reinforcement and distributes the loads.
7076 Bembe Beach Rd
Annapolis, MD 21403