Welcome aboard NIMBLE, a Nimble 30 custom design by Tom Norton and built by Brian Howell. She is a cold molded fractional sloop famous for her coverage in Wooden Boat Magazine. From 1989 until 2012, she was lightly used as a fast daysailer, perfect for an afternoon sail covering a lot of water with overnight accommodations if desired.
Between 2007 and 2012, East Passage Boatwrights repaired and upgraded NIMBLE into a more modern cruiser, restoring her to immaculate condition. She was stored inside for winters for many years after the refit. With NIMBLE, you have a gorgeous mahogany boat that is cold molded and finished in hard epoxy so maintenance is like that of a fiberglass boat. Her current owners describe NIMBLE as a beautiful boat that is fun to sail and races well. The best of sailing worlds. NIMBLE has been lovingly sailed and well maintained by these owners as evidenced by her annual engine service, two coats of Pettit Trinidad Pro hard bottom paint in 2020, bright work on top, and regular dive service to keep up the bottom. Call today to schedule your appointment to see this well known custom sailboat in person!
Step down below and along both sides of the cabin are single settees that function as two single berths. The cabin sole is teak. A stainless steel sink and porta-potty with integral tank are forward.
A 2016 Yeti Cooler is the extent of the galley.
Electronics and Electrical
Nautalytics digital compass
12V electrical runs the cabin lights
Tri-color navigation lights
Decks and Hull
Cold molded epoxy and mahogany hull
Natural hull with cream colored deck
Backstay boom and vang adjuster
Single Spectra lifelines
Sails and Rigging
2015 135 % Genoa
2015 Masthead asymmetric runner
2015 Fractional asymmetric reaching spinnaker
2013 North 3 DL
2013 110% Genoa
Fractional rig, deck stepped mast
1989 Yanmar 2GM20F, 16 HP, Rebuilt in 2016, total hours unknown
Electric and manual bilge pumps
Two genoa covers
Two spinnaker launch turtles
15 pound Danforth anchor
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.