Ocean Boats For Sale

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Moonraker 30, "Noble Lady"

Boat Length: 29ft 9in (9.07m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed 1970
Fuel Type: Diesel

An exceptionally well presented and well fitted out example of this well built cruiser powered by twin Mercedes diesel engines.


Sold - Jun 18

Ocean 30, "Golden Girl"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 4
Year: Beleived 1973
Fuel Type: Diesel

This hardtop Ocean 30 has rear sedan doors to enclose the wheelhouse. Golden Girl has been refitted by her current owner to pleasing standards

Sold - Jul 18

Ocean 30, "Kon-Tiki"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 5
Year: believed mid 70's
Fuel Type: Diesel

This hardtop Ocean 30 is a very well presented example of this popular twin diesel engined cruiser. The craft has had many upgrades during the 10 years of current ownership

Sold - May 18

Ocean 30 double aft cabin, "Jodin"

Boat Length: 28ft 8in (8.74m)
Berths: 6
Year: Believed 1974
Fuel Type: Diesel

This one owner Ocean 30 was a special customer order which has a rare double berth aft cabin. Jodin has been a popular boat on the Gt. Ouse since 1974

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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