1986 Nimble 30 Sloop


Pensacola, FL

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Class Sails
Category Sloop, Cruisers
Year 1986
Make Nimble
Length 30'
Propulsion Type Single Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Pensacola, FL

Entry into the cabin with ships Nav table to starboard side aft with ships AC/DC service panel behind stairs. Full galley to port side aft with double sinks, stove, refrigerator, storage above & below. Large settee both port & starboard, (starboard is a convertible double), storage below & large bulkhead stow away dinette table. Walk in private head to starboard side with sink, shower. Hanging clothes locker to port side. Veeberth forward with storage and access to forward anchor locker. 2 topside opening hatches, 7 side opening bronze ports, 6' 5" head room, teak & holly sole.

  • Galley Maid 2 burner propane stove/oven
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Adler Barbour Refrigeration (2014)
  • 6 Gal marine water heater 110volt & also plumed to engine (2012)
  • Storage above & below
  • 12 volt pressure water system
  • 40 Gal water capacity
  • Autohelm ST4000 Wheel Pilot
  • Garmin GPS Map 740 w/depth & wind sensor
  • Garmin 200 VHF
Electrical System
  • 110 AC Volt & 12 DC Volt ships service panel
  • 30 Amp AC service inlet w/dockside cable
  • (2) group 31 batteries (July 2014)
  • Marine battery charger (2011)
Deck Equipment
  • Bruce Plow w/chain & rode
  • Cockpit access hatch to main engine
  • Side stanchions w/lifelines
  • New Bimini top 5/15
  • Canvas covers for main sail, hatches, wheel, instrument & grill
  • Manual Whale gusher pump
  • Self Bailing cockpit
  • New Hull Paint 2012 (Dark Green)
  • 5 Cockpit storage lockers
  • Magma portable gas grill
  • Rewired all mast electrical 5/15
  • New steaming/foredeck light 5/15
  • New anchor light with LED bulb 5/15
  • Bottom paint & hull wax 5/15
Sails & Rigging
  • Self tailing primary winches
  • keel stepped mast
  • 43' mast Height
  • Roller furling
  • Main sail Dutchman Flaking system
  • Boom vang
  • Main sail, spinnaker, Genoa 150
  • 6 sails total
  • Cruise rigged
Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details
  • Yanmar 2GM 18HP Fresh Water Cooled Diesel
  • ZF Transmission
  • 3 Blade Propeller
  • Edson Wheel
  • Optional Tiller Steering
  • Maine head with 17 gal poly waste tank with 'Y" valve, 12 volt macerator for over board discharge & topside waste removal
  • All ball valves changed (2012)
  • Fresh water pluming (2013)
Broker Notes

"Lizetta" is well cared for and ready to sail off on her next adventure. I find these boats to be well made and with a lot of thought in the design by Nimble. Not your average production boat & with a lot of character in her design as well.

There were only a limited amount of these made and Nimble owners tend to hang on to there vessels so come have a look!

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 Information

Terry Myers (850) 712-5459 cell

Nominal Length
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Single Berths
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Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 2GM
Engine Year 1986
Total Power 18hp
Engine Type Single Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
1986 Nimble 30 Sloop

Owner Transferring to new duty station (Bring all offers Now)!

The Nimble 30 was clearly a very thought out set of plans on the drawing table before construction began. She will load 2700 pounds of personal & gear and only drop down 3 inches. Hull construction is hand laid up, core construction with biaxial & triaxial fiberglass providing enormous strength. 6' 4" cockpit seats for seating and slightly canted to allow sleeping while underway. The hull deck joint is fastened on five inch centers & bonded with 5200 adhesive. Read below to find out more of how well built these vessels were constructed.

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