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cafe18-May-2015 09:45
nice pictures
perte cheveux17-May-2015 12:00
Vous avez un réel talent, continuez:)
Nicolas 27-Jul-2014 10:52
Hello, I recieved a Nonsuch 324 for heritage (in Barcelona, Spain), and I discover it: great feelings! But there are some things to be repaired, and I didn't find documentation… In particular, one of the reef has to be replaced, and I don't understand very well how to do it properly. Any document, plan or tip? Thank you very much and have a good day.
Tony 13-Dec-2012 20:03
Greetings Arthur! In the market for a nonsuch and if you are still following your page, please drop me a line at I have some questions that would be better answered by you than some of the folks out in the blog world. A lot of opinion not based on actual experience.
Thank you sir,
Tony Barbarette
Peter Dolan 28-Aug-2012 16:48
I would be interested to hear about the 324. Does it match up in quality and workmanship with the 30? I'm living in Chicago and would be interested in buying a freshwater boat.
Mark Pooke 21-Aug-2012 20:43
Hi All! Wonderful site. i have recently brought a Nonsuch 30 in the UK so hope to add some pictures to the site later. she is not in the water yet as she needs a bit of an overhaul. Nice boat though and i am looking forward to sailing her.

Mersea Memsahib
bob Munro 29-Jun-2012 21:52
was looking to see if there were any pics of a rigged steady sail for NS36 if any body has info would appreciate. Boat dances on mooring and at anchor
Ernie Abugov 04-Feb-2012 20:29
Hello All and Sundry Nonsuch Owners and lovers -

i am thinking seriously about buying a Nonsuch 22. I previously sailed a Tanzer 22 and a Carter 30 1/2 toner but have ALWAYS admired the Nonsuch. I live in Toronto and would sail the Great Lakes. I have many questions about this fascinating vessel and would be oh, so grateful if I could find a Nonsuch 22 owner (or former owner) who could clue me in. My email address is:
Thanks, in advance. Ernie Abugov
jerry schaar 25-Dec-2011 22:13
new owner of neglected 1983 nonsuch 26 no."92", working on non running westerbeke w21 and replacing floor, ect.
clifford reid 27-Feb-2010 02:10
Great site. I have been a sailor over 20 years. I have been with out a boat now for 6 years, but planning to purchase a Nonsuch 30 or 33 in the coming year.
i like this site and all the information and pictures.
Kathleen Myer 26-Oct-2009 22:15
We've long been admirers of the Nonsuch. We sailed one briefly with her skipper in Longboat Key Fl in 2001. We now live in DC and would love to crew and even possibly charter in the Chesapeake Bay area. We curretnly race weekly on a Beneteau 30 on the Potomac River. Our weekly racing has ended and we have 2 more Saturday races before it's over for the year. We have to start looking forward to next spring!!
Kathleen Myer and Thom Ennen
Robert Pilkington 08-Sep-2009 01:37
Thanks for your archival work, terrific.
Claude Kerr 25-Apr-2009 23:27
I still love the nonsuch. I wish I had a 22 now. the 30' nonsuch I bought from Dave Vickland in 1986. My wife and I lived aboard in Redwood City for 3 years. When I retired in 1989 we left for points south. We left san francisco the day after the big earthquake in 89 and went through the Panama Canal and around to Florida. I have nothing but praise for the Nonsuch. Our "Destiny" was Number 5. US5 on the sail. The cruise took two and one half years and 7500 nautical miles. call me at 707 445 9054 Claude
Guest 23-Nov-2008 21:35
very nice
Shawn Kraus 29-Aug-2008 17:18
Wow, such an amazing vessel. I can almost smell the ocean as I worked my way through these wonderful galleries. Thanks for sharing these with the rest of us. Vote !!!
Terri 01-Jul-2008 10:45
Enjoyed your photos, I was raised on E. Washington Street, Sandusky. Awesome to see your views through your eyes.
Paradoxal Studio Classic13-Mar-2007 11:06
What a work !
Great galeries !