3248 Elwood Drive ........... Racine, WI 53406
262-554-1370 ................ fax 262-554-1371
In Illinois cell 847-338-8808
1986 Nonsuch 36
The Nonsuch 36 has an amazingly roomy interior, offering 6'6" headroom throughout with accommodations for 6 in three separate cabins. The forward stateroom has a large double bed to port with large lockers, vanity and wash basin. This stateroom features great ventilation by overhead hatches and opening side ports.
The MAIN SALON consists of a settee berth with a dining table and L-shaped settee opposite. Ventilation by hatches and opening ports keep this area airy and comfortable when the air conditioning system is off. Aft of the salon is a U-shaped GALLEY, described below, while opposite is the head and shower compartment, equipped with an electric mascerating head and Lectrasan waste system. Aft of the galley is the AFT STATEROOM featuring a double berth with plenty of storage. Opposite this accommodation is the navigation station with sit down nav table and ample room for instrumentation, electronics and storage. All interior woodwork is in fine quality teak woods, satin finished, teak and holly floor finish, the traditional "yachty" appearance.
THE GALLEY has a double s/s sink on centerline; instantaneous Wolter L.P. gas hot water heater, Gimbaled 3 burner propane stove with oven, microwave oven and electric freezer refrigeration by Adler Barbour. Lots of storage area.
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION
Chart link Autohelm 7000 autopilot with hydraulic linear arm. Interfaces with autohelm speed, depth and apparent wind instruments to steer by compass or wind angle and will adjust rudder angle for boat speed through water. Lat./Long, speed, depth are recorded and can be displayed on the radar screen with the chart plotter. Micrologic Admiral GPS (charting GPS with database of all east coast aids). Apelco Loran receiver with maps and charting feature. Raytheon Model 20X Radar with Model 600 Chart Plotter Radome is mounted on the mast on a Questus swiveling mast mount so that a level radar horizon is maintained under heeling conditions.
110 V shore power is handled through an 1800 watt Heart interface (battery and inverter). A 5KW Northern Lights Diesel Genset in sound shield, provides power for the 17,000 BTU A/C system, the reefer units and battery banks. The 12V system consists of three Gel Cell (1995) battery banks giving 600 AMP/Hours with full instrumentation and condition meters. The third battery charger is maintained by a DC charging circuit and is available for emergency engine or generator starts.
DECK & HULL:
White hull with green bootstripe, ABI electric anchor windlass with chain/rope gypsy, sea water washdown for anchor gear, 33 # Bruce anchor on 200' of rope and chain, 45 # CQR on 150' of 5/16" chain.Matching dodger, bimini, sail cover and complete set of cockpit cushions.
SAILS & RIGGING:
The mast is an unstayed Cat Rig supporting a "WISHBONE" boom carrying 750 square foot mainsail. Boom is equipped with lazy jacks, which drop the sail into the wishbone basket when the halyard is thrown.
Mainsail is Hood Dacron in good condition. Balancing sail for riding at anchor. Barient #28 electric S.T. winch for halyard and main sheet. Barient #22 S.T. winch for top lift, reefing controls.
MECHANICAL & ENGINE EQUIPMENT:
Westerbeke 46 HP 4 cylinder diesel with only 315 original hours Approximately 1 gal/hour fuel consumption at cruising speed. Cockpit controls, Edson wheel steering bilge blowers and auto/manual bilge pumps Water separator fuel filters. Refinco Oil refiner. Three Bladed MAX prop with spare 2 blade fixed prop.
HULL NO 56 is equipped with a shallow draft Sheel keel and may be the only available NONSUCH 36 with a generator, air conditioning and a Lectrasan system. She has a 12/96 bottom job in black and new (12/96) running rigging. She has been well maintained during her service and shows very well.
Full inventory of spares and equipment available on request.