On the hard, Insurance Survey from 2019
The Nonsuch cat-rigged sailboat is uniquely Canadian, inspired by visionary Gordon Fisher, designed by Mark Ellis, built by Hinterhoeller
The Ultra model added a unique dimension to the Nonsuch line and modern day sailing with the comfort of a more traditional interior, while still maintaining the competitive sailing advantages specific to the Cat-rigged design. The long waterline permits higher pointing ability than one sail would normally allow, while allowing the convenience of tacking by a turn of the wheel giving the racer in you an advantage. The fin keel and spade rudder also do away with the windward helm characteristic of some Cape Cod catboats.
With a free standing mast situated at the bow, the interior volume of a Nonsuch is 20% to 30% larger when compared to other 30 ft. sailboats. .
She will sleep 5 and features a separate forward stateroom with a full sized double bunk to port. A full length hanging locker, vanity and ample storage area, including drawers and shelves, are incorporated in this stateroom. The head is forward and to starboard, and has a separate shower stall with seat. The galley is located on the portside approximately amidships and is L-shaped. The main salon sleeps three; two on the starboard settee with an extension over the convertible dining table, and one on the port settee. The richness of the interior is accented with a teak and holly sole, yet remains airy with a total of 7 opening ports and four overhead hatches that are all equipped with screens.
With her 5 foot draft, well-maintained engine and electrical self-sufficiency, this Nonsuch 30 Ultra is ideal for cruising into the waters of Georgian Bay, the North Channel, 1000 Islands or the Caribbean.
If you are in the market for a well-kept 30 Ultra, then you simply must consider a long and hard look at WALRUS V. She is certain not to disappoint you.
Westerbeke 27HP , four cylinder diesel
Three blade, composite feathering “Kiwi” propeller (2010).
The stove is a gimballed two burner propane “Hillerange” with oven.
The top loading ice box has a 12V fridge system installed and a stainless steel sink is built into the galley counter. There is hot and cold pressure water plus a foot pump at the galley sink.
Two Raymarine Multi Function Display Readouts showing depth and boat speed, wind speed / direction are mounted on the starboard cockpit bulkhead.
Raymarine ST4000 autopilot
Ray GPS model RC435
Standard Horizon VHF
Bow pulpit has an integral platform configured with dual anchor rollers
Primary anchor is a 25 lb Bruce style with chain and rode
Secondary anchor is a 25lb. CQR with 200’ of rode and chain
There are four deck hatches and seven opening ports.
Plus passive air handling by dorade boxes on deck.
Two 12V Batteries, 110V Shorepower system