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Nonsuch 354 built in Canada

4 Guests
2 Cabins



The Nonsuch 354 - a revolutionary vessel crafted by HINTERHOELLER YACHTS, renowned in the yacht building industry since 1956. This extraordinary yacht is a testament to over a thousand Nonsuch boats built, and the 354 stands as their 25th-year special gift to Nonsuch aficionados. Designed by the esteemed MARK ELLİS Design Office, its standout feature lies in its unique rig design with an un stayed carbon fiber mast and wish boom, eliminating the need for traditional stays and enhancing speed and stability. With an impressive history including Alice Giltofl's Nonsuch 30 setting a speed record in the Round Denmark regatta, the Nonsuch is revered as the fastest, safest, and most weatherly cruising sailboat on the water today. Boasting a 10.9m l.o.a, 7000 Kg displacement, and a Yanmar engine with only 2000 hours, this vessel is equipped with a host of features such as a fin keel, spade rudder, pressurized water, a well-appointed galley, separate shower compartment, and more. Ready to set sail with new batteries and lying in water under the Turkish flag, the Nonsuch 354 is your ticket to an unparalleled sailing experience.


  • 10.9m l.o.a & 9.6m L.w.l & 3.8m beam
  • 7000 Kg displacement and 2750 kg ballast
  • Fin keel and spade rudder
  • 380 litre water, 135 litre diesel, 110 litre holding tank
  • Pressurised water, double sink galley top, fridge, and gas cooker
  • Dinghy and outboard engine
  • Stainless steel Ultra anchor, 60m chain, and electric windlass
  • 2 double cabins, separate shower compartment, and manual marine toilet
  • U-shaped dining table and galley located port side of entrance
  • Yanmar engine with only 2000 hours as of October 2021
  • 2 solar chargers from 2024 each 170 Watt and new batteries from 2023
  • Fridge compressor 2024

Laying in Karacasogut near Bodrum

VAT Excluded

Please note that our prices doesn't include additional taxes.

Available for a sail drive

We can organise a sail drive. She is in Bodrum and in water.