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Price: $18,000
Brand: Nonsuch
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1987
Length: 22 ft.
Name: Rolls Reuss III
Location: Cleveland, OH

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Summary
Brand: Hinterhoeller Yachts Ltd.
Model: Nonsuch 22
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1987
Length Over All: 22’ 0“
Name: "Rolls Reuss III"
Location: Cleveland, Ohio

Broker’s Comments
1987 Hinterhoeller Nonsuch 22, Rolls Reuss III

Rolls Reuss III is a delightful little sailboat. It is loaded with high quality features. The Nonsuch 22 has a catboat rig that is exceptionally easy to sail single-handedly. This is an ideal boat for day sailing with up to four people or for coastal cruising with a couple. All lines lead to the deep, safe, and secure cockpit. She has classic catboat lines that have stood the test of time.

Rolls Reuss III has highly desirable options including an inboard diesel engine, wheel steering, and an available trailer. The Nonsuch 22 has an enormous amount of interior space for a 22 boat. She has settees that convert to a comfortable king-size berth, an enclosed head, an ice box, 6’ headroom, and other features hard to find in boat in this size.

She is a high quality pocket cruiser that sold for a premium price when new. Only 58 were built. They rarely come on the market. Nonsuch 22 owners tend to keep their boats or pass them on to family members. Rolls Reuss III is well equipped, well maintained, and available.

Contact Mark Corson at RCR Yachts 713-907-4881, mark@rcryachts.com

Specifications
General
Designer: Mark Ellis Design Ltd.
Boat type: Cruising sailboat, catboat
Length Over All: 22’ 0”
Length at the water line: 20’ 6”
Draft: 3’ 8”
Keel type: Sweptback fin
Maximum beam: 8’ 6”
Displacement: 5,000 lbs.
Ballast: 1,800 lbs.

Deck
Vinyl rub rail with aluminum toe rail
Double life lines (2016)
Translucent aluminum framed opening hatch
Translucent sliding companionway hatch
Teak handrails on cabin top with hunter green canvas covers
Recessed side deck drains
7’ long cockpit seats
Stern pulpit rails
Recessed scupper drains in cockpit (2016)
Cockpit seat drains
Cockpit storage lockers
Pedestal wheel steering with compass,
Folding table (2017)
Two drink holders (2017)

Engine and Drive Train
Westerbeke 10-12 two-cylinder diesel engine
8 HP
477 engine hours
15-gal. fuel capacity
Two-bladed fixed propeller
Racor fuel filter

Interior
Two settees 6’6” in length
5” thick settee cushions with zippered removeable covers
Slide-out berth extensions form king-size double berth
6’ headroom
Overhead opening hatch
Extra custom built overhead hatch (2015)
Five opening portlights and screens
Folding table
Teak and holly cabin sole
Stainless steel sink with fresh water pump
Ice box with teak dividers and grating
Two brass swivel LED reading lights and four LED overhead lights
Light in engine compartment
Head
- Marine toilet with 23 gal. holding tank
- 23 gal. fresh water tank
- Fresh water foot pump
- Washbasin with tap
- Opening portlight
- Dorade vent overhead
- Mirror mounted on bulkhead

Electronics and Navigation
Simrad RS35 VHF radio with Class D DSC emergency call and AIS receiver features
VHF masthead antenna (2015)
Fusion MS-RA205 stereo with AM/FM/USB/Bluetooth/MTP/iPod/iPhone/AUX/SirusXM
Ritchie compass with night lighting
Datamarine Dart depth, speed, distance log, time log, temperature gauge
SIMRAD autopilot

Electrical System
35-amp alternator
12-volt electrical panel
12-volt battery with battery switch
110-volt panel with circuit breakers
110-volt shore power
Battery charger
110-volt 30 amp shore power cord
Two inverters
All running, anchor and mast lighting new 2016

Sails, Rigging, and Canvas
Tapered aluminum free standing keel-stepped mast
Catboat rig with wishbone
Custom block for wishbone rigging (2015)
Strong Tack System (2016)
Sail area 306 sq. ft.
Two Lewmar self-tailing primary winches on coamings
Two Lewmar self-tailing secondary winches on cabin top
Three winch handles
Spar is lighting grounded to the keel
Dark green sail cover
Frame for bimini (needs canvas)
All rigging for wishbone and boat new in 2015

Hull
Hull constructed of laminated GRP
Swept-back fin keel
Spade rudder
Folding swim ladder on transom with extension to ease boarding
23-gallon fresh water tank
Hand-operated bilge pump in cockpit

Ground Tackle and Docking Equipment
Foredeck anchor locker
Lewmar stainless steel 16.5 pound claw anchor (2015)
8’ of chain and 75’ nylon anchor line
Sea anchor (2016)
Twin bow anchor rollers
Two bow cleats and two stern cleats with chocks
Two midship cleats
Dock fenders (2015)
Dock lines (2015)
Boat hook

Safety Equipment
Four adult and two child life jackets
Hand-held flares
Two yellow horseshoe Type IV throwable life preservers, one mounted on stern rail
Fire extinguisher

Trailer Available as Separate Item $3,500
Loadmaster trailer model 230T615CB
Two axles
GVWR: 10,668 pounds
Built in 2005
Fiberglass dock box for storage

Disclaimer
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.


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Mark Corson - Sales & Brokerage

Cleveland, Ohio

Email: mark@rcryachts.com

Phone: 713-907-4881

Mark Corson started boating at age 8 when his parents bought a boat.  The family joined Grand River Yacht Club.  They spent summers on power and sail boats on Lake Erie.    Mark grew up in Cleveland.  After a BA from Case Western Reserve University and an MBA from University of Cape Town, Mark embarked on a business career.  He rose to management positions with Accenture, Ernst & Young, and Shell.   He worked on six continents.   Mark is a part-time captain for Key Yacht Management.  Besides Lake Erie, he has sailed in the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean, and along the US Atlantic coast.  He has fished Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and other waters.  In 2001 he bought a Catalina and joined Edgewater Yacht Club in Cleveland.  2015 he bought a Beneteau.  Today he is the Edgewater Jib & Main Fleet Captain and is on the Planning Committee.   He races and cruises.   He and his wife Talana have two daughters and four grandsons.  Mark serves those who are interested in buying or selling yachts in the Cleveland and Akron metro areas.