Ocean Boats For Sale

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Ocean 30, "Ocean Blue"

Boat Length: 29ft 9in (9.15m)
Berths: 6
Year: Believed 1973
Fuel Type: Diesel

This Ocean 30 has the small rear cabin area which has a double berth. This makes a very practical family river cruiser.

£15,950.00


Sold - Nov 19

Ocean 30, "Galantina"

Boat Length: 30ft (9.14m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed 1973
Fuel Type: Diesel

This hardtop Ocean 30 is a good example of this popular twin diesel engined cruiser.

£24,500.00


Sold - Jun 19

Ocean 30, "Tiandra"

Boat Length: 29ft 8in (9.04m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed early 70's
Fuel Type: Diesel

This twin engined Ocean 30 is a very tidy and original condition example. The craft has a wrap round dinette and teak interior. Stainless steel guard rails. Battery charger.


Sold - Apr 19

Ocean 30, "Ocean Fizz"

Boat Length: 29ft 9in (9.15m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed early 70's
Fuel Type: Diesel

This full canopy twin engined Ocean 30 has undergone a major refit in the past few years. Whilst retaining the original layout the craft now has a modern contemporary interior


Further Information on Ocean Boat Models

Ocean Boat Information

The Ocean 30 was first introduced as a Moonraker 30 built by Bell boats of Buxton in the late 1960s. The boat was designed by John bennett and mouldings came from Aqua fibre a sister company to Broom Boats. Herbert Woods of Potter Heigham took over production in the early 70s and by the mid 70s Dick Nunn had taken over production. Towards the end of the 70s the boat was then built by Ray Bondon of South Walsham. During its long production run, the mouldings were supplied to many hire yards in the Broads area who fitted out craft. These craft usually had a single aft cabin. Some double cabin versions were also built for private use.

Ocean Boat Models

Moonraker 30

Ocean 30

Ocean 30 double aft cabin

Ocean Documents and Original Brochures



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