26' Nonsuch Hinterhoeller Sloop 1995 Yacht for Sale
Nonsuch Hinterhoeller Details:
- 26 Nonsuch 1995 Hinterhoeller
- Vessel Length: 26 feet
- Vessel Builder: Nonsuch
- Vessel Model: Hinterhoeller
- Vessel Year: 1995
- Vessel Name: Bugaboo
- Vessel Type: Sloop
- Vessel Price: $45,000
- Vessel Location: New Bern NC
For more information contact:
John Peterson CPYB
26 Nonsuch Hinterhoeller 1995 Additional Information:
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Type: Sloop Cruising Sailboat
Engine Details: 1 x Yanmar 2GM20F
Engine 1: 1995 - 18 HP - 225 Hours
Engine Details: Inboard - Diesel
Water Capacity: 65
Hold Capacity: 18
26' Hinterhoeller Nonsuch 1995
When I first approached BUGABOO, it struck me as a unique sailboat that has been very well maintained. The beautiful interior features teak and holly flooring, hand rubbed interior teak wood and joinery and matching upholstery and fabrics. The ports are all stainless steel with screens. An upgrade rarely seen on even larger boats! With a low hour Yanmar engine, newer sails and exterior Sunbrella, BUGABOO is the boat to see. No disappointments and 100% ready to go.
The Nonsuch line of “catboats” was a series of popular cruising sailboats built between 1978 and the mid-1990s by Hinterhoeller Yachts in St. Catharine’s, Ontario. They were popular in North America, with over 950 built. The Nonsuch class was named after the vessel “NONSUCH” that was the first trading vessel of Hudson's Bay Company, which in turn was named after the Baroness Nonsuch (Barbara Palmer), a mistress of King Charles II of England.
The Nonsuch sailboat was the inspiration of Gordon Fisher, who with yacht designer Mark Ellis, approached George Hinterhoeller to build a comfortable cruising boat. This idea has produced over 950 boats from 22 feet to 36 feet that are enjoyed today by sailors of all types. Nonsuch boats are unique as are the sailors that love them.
In the mid-1970s, Gordon Fisher, a respected Canadian sailor, commissioned designer Mark Ellis to create a design for a cruising sailboat which would have decent accommodations, but still be easy for a single hander to manage. Ellis designed a Ljungstrom-type rig modified with a wishbone boom, on a 30-foot modern hull with a plumb bow, fin keel and balanced rudder. A beam of nearly 12 feet and cambered house-top created a large interior with accommodation equal to a standard yacht several feet longer. George Hinterhoeller, after some initial reservations about the design, agreed to build the boats, and the first 30 ft. Nonsuch rolled out of his shop in the summer of 1978.
Early Nonsuch 26 versions featured the “Classic” model, with two salon settees that acted as berths and the “Ultra” model, with a forward cabin and berth to port. The newer (1995 and 1996) Nonsuch 26 models were built with a forward cabin, large salon with port and starboard settees, a galley and separate head compartment.
BUGABOO is a modern customized version of the Nonsuch 26 with some custom features added by the builder. The original buyer customized the forward bulkhead to the salon area with a centered entry and a unique “pass through” from the starboard salon to the forward cabin. The fold-down table was redesigned into a folding table mounted on the deck between the two salon settees. The forward cabin Pullman berth is offset to starboard. This customized version produces a more open look.
You can enter onto the side decks by way of the port and starboard boarding gates. Once onboard the side decks are wide and well protected with stainless steel stanchions and double life lines. Forward is the bow pulpit and anchoring hardware. Aft is the large U-Shaped cockpit with an elevated helm seat, which is also the propane locker. The port and starboard settees are wide with large lazarettes beneath them. Aft is well protected with stainless steel stanchions and rails. There is a folding swim ladder and an outboard motor lift. The helm is a Whitlock Pedestal and the steering system is an upgraded rack and pinion system. All gauges and electronics are within easy reach.
Forward is the companion way into the lower cabin. Down three steps, which remove for access into the engine compartment, and to port is the U-Shaped galley. The galley is surprisingly large and efficient. There is an in-counter refrigerator/freezer aft, a two-burner propane stove, single stainless-steel sink and ample counter top and storage capacity. Across from the galley is the head compartment with a beautiful bi-fold teak door. The head is large with toilet, vanity and storage cabinet.
The salon area is surprisingly large, feeling much larger than a 26-foot sailboat. Along the port and starboard sides are settees with storage under and behind the cushions and an outboard storage shelf. The electrical panel is located on the port side. The salon table is centered and offers a large leaf to port and a smaller leaf to starboard. When open, the table comfortably sits four. Under the table is a unique storage area for magazines or books. Forward in the salon is a bulkhead that was customized at build by the original owner. There is a unique “pass through” opening from the starboard salon into the stateroom. The area can be closed off with a privacy curtain. Overhead are port and starboard teak handrails and a large hatch with screen. Port and starboard stainless-steel opening ports with screens offer excellent natural lights and ventilation and added 12-volt fans throughout the cabin assist.
The forward cabin offers a Pullman berth to starboard with a storage cabinet along the port side. The cabinet has a jewelry box and ample storage shelving. Overhead is a hatch with screens while facing forward overhead is an opening port with screen. All the way forward is access into the anchor locker. The teak cabin door has been removed by is available for attaching.
Wait until you see this boat! She is amazing and will entertain your smiles! Guaranteed!
The galley is large and offers excellent food preparation and storage spaces.
Single stainless-steel sink with faucet and cutting board cover
Formica white countertops with fiddles
In counter Nova Kool 12-volt powered refrigeration system with freezer compartment
Storage area aft with fiddles
Dickinson stainless steel (2) burner propane stove top with cutting board cover
Sliding acrylic door cabinet outboard
Storage under the stove top and sink
Ample counter top space for food preparation
DECK AND HARDWARE
Solid fiberglass hull with Vinylester resin in skin coats for additional resistance to osmotic blistering.
Balsa cored deck with non-skid
Carbon fiber spars lead to a reduction in the bulb keel to only 3’ 10”
Fiberglass inner liners for ease of maintenance and repairs.
Stainless steel bow pulpit with teak treads and dual anchor rollers
Primary 17.5 Kg Bruce anchor with chain and rope rode
Secondary Fortress anchor in starboard cockpit lazarette
Stainless steel stanchions with coated double life lines
Stainless steel bow and stern rails for added safety
Stainless steel cabin top handrails for added safety
Aft folding swim stainless steel swim ladder
Stainless steel opening ports with screens
Overhead hatches with screens
Dark blue Sunbrella Dodger with matching covers for isinglass protection
Dark blue Sunbrella helm cover
Dark blue Sunbrella main sail cover
Port and starboard main cabin dorades for added ventilation
Whitlock helm pedestal with folding cockpit table
Port and starboard storage lazarettes in cockpit
Elevated helm seat is vented propane locker with one 10-pound aluminum tank
Whale emergency bilge pump
SAILS AND RIGGING
New sail and sail cover in 2016.
Carbon Fiber main mast and boom for added strength yet lighter weight
Main sail replaced in 2016 and protected with a Sunbrella dark blue cover
All running rigging leads into the cockpit
Harken sailing hardware and rope stoppers
Lewmar #44 self-tailing winch on port cabin top
Lewmar #16 self-tailing winch on starboard cabin top
Lewmar #30 self-tailing winch in cockpit
Helm and Electronics
Ritchie Powerdamp compass at helm
Garmin GPS Map 545 color chartplotter with fish finder and depth
ICOM IC-M422 VHF radio with DSC (in cabin companionway) and helm RAM microphone
Autohelm ST-4000 autopilot in helm NAVPOD
Autohelm wind indicator in helm NAVPOD
The electrical panel is located outboard of the port settee in the salon.
12-volt DC and 120-volt AC power
Power distribution panel with magnetic circuit breakers and DC volt meter
30 Amp shore power cord
Pioneer AM/FM radio with remote speakers
6-gallon stainless steel hot water heater with engine heat exchanger
Updated LED reading lamps in all cabins
Pro-Nautic 2-bank 40 Amp battery charger with Blue Seas Battery Monitor at panel
12-Volt house and engine start batteries
Engine and Mechanical Details
Excellent engine maintenance spaces with large lazarettes in cockpit and removable companionway steps.
Yanmar 2GM20F 18 hp diesel engine, fresh water cooled with 217 original hours
Marine transmission and stainless-steel shaft with dripless shaft log
Flexi-Fold folding propeller
Yanmar engine panel in cockpit with RPM and engine alarms and VDO fuel gauge
Single lever transmission and engine throttle control
Parker R-26-P primary fuel filter
Whitlock pedestal with Whitlock rack and pinion steering
Stainless steel, leather wrapped, destroyer steering wheel with wheel lock and guard
Engine compartment foam insulation
The Nonsuch 26 gives you the feel of a much larger boat. Interior headroom exceeds 6’ 2” and the berth length is 66”. Not to be missed if you want a BRISTOL and meticulously cared for sailboat for under $50,000.
* Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on this website.
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.