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Bermuda 30

(REF: 18321)


  • Builder: Cheoy Lee Shipyard
  • Year: 1967
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 30'
  • Beam: 8'9"
  • Draft: 3'8"

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The Bermuda 30 was an enlargement of the more well known Herreshoff H28 design and is a superbly comfortable and easily handled family cruising boat.  This yacht was built in 1967 by the Cheoy Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong, using what was at the time the new material of Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP).

Sadly now an executor sale, we have full ownership details and history back to her launch and the boat has been checked and prepared as well as possible for a new owner to take her on.  She sat for a couple of years unattended and as such should now be considered a project, however the boat has been cleaned and tidied and due to the regular care and attention she received in the past she appears to be in a relatively good state.  Very well equipped with gear including all over winter covers, dinghy and outboard, safety equipment and nav gear.  A sensibly priced project yacht with potential to be a superb family cruising boat.

Length on Deck                 30’

Length Overall                   32’

Beam                                    8’9”

Draft                                      3’8″





Heavily laid GRP hull and decks.

Topsides finished in gloss black.  Underwater recently antifouled.

Yacht laid teak deck glued over the GRP deck, laid in 2007/2008.  Scrubbed teak toe rails and rubbing strakes all round.  Stainless steel railings and guard rails all round.

Varnished teak faced plywood coachroof coamings with a moulded GRP coachroof deck.  Raised doghouse at the aft end with 2 windows per side.  Scrubbed teak hand rails and dorade boxes.

Large self draining cockpit with scrubbed teak thwarts and varnished teak coamings.

Tiller steering on a transom hung rudder.




Bermudan ketch rig on deck stepped varnished wooden masts.  Main mast new approx. 2015.  Mizzen mast stripped and varnished 2018.

Varnished wooden slab reefing booms and alloy spinnaker pole.

Stainless steel standing rigging to internal galvanised chain plates.  Rigging appears in good condition but age unknown.

Full set of running rigging sorted and ready to be set up on the masts.

Small wooden bowsprit to carry the outer forestay with a furling genoa.

Mizzen, mainsail, hanked on staysail, furling genoa and spinnaker, plus full spare set of sails.

2 pairs of non self tailing cockpit sheet winches.




Volvo Penta 2020 series 19hp 3cyl diesel installed new in 1994.  Checked and run up on October 2018.

Single lever controls to a centreline fixed 3 blade bronze propeller.

Stainless steel water tanks




4 berths with good headroom throughout.

Steps down from the centreline sliding hatch, galley to port and single berth to starboard.  Forward of the galley is another single berth to port.

Galley has a 2 burner Origo meths stove set on gimbals, single stainless sink with pressurised hot and cold water plus a fold down work surface.  Various lockers and shelves for storage.  Built in cool box at the aft end of galley.

Above the forward end of the starboard saloon berth is a fold down chart desk with electronic instruments above.

Varnished teak bifold doors going forward with a hand basin to port and heads to starboard.  Jabsco manual sea toilet and pressurised hot and cold water in the sink.

Single varnished teak door separates off the forward cabin with twin V-berths that have an infill to create a double.  Shelving either side, storage lockers below and access to the anchor locker at the forward end of the berth.



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These particulars have been prepared in good faith from information provided by the Vendors and are intended as a guide, Wooden Ships cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. The Purchaser should instruct his agent or surveyor to validate all details as necessary and satisfy himself with the condition of the vessel and its equipment.