Designed by Gary Mull and Jim Donovan, only 6 Humboldt 30's were built.
Planing hull; Remarkably responsive tiller; transom mounted rudder; PHRF NW 108 (standard rating 102)
Large, comfortable cockpit and wide side decks. Easy access to bow.
The custom cabin top provides ample headroom in the nav station /stove area where its needed most.
Although I've happily cruised for up to 2 weeks at a time, this boat was built to sail and the belowdecks accommodations and equipment for cruising are basic (see photos).
Large V-berth plus 4 additional berths. Lots of storage space throughout.
Port-a-Potty, stove, freshwater bladder, ice chest
Excellent condition for it's age. Great choice for day-sailing, racing. Sailing characteristics are outstanding.
Last bottom job 2 coats 2018.
Once per season bottom cleaning by diver has enabled 5 yr. cycle between haul outs.
New Dimension Polyant (Flex Poly Cruise) main as of 2015 by Taylor Sails, Port Angeles.
2 reef points makes the large main very adaptable to existing conditions.
110 jib on furler; quick and easy tacking.
2003 Yamaha 9.9 well-maintained and just keeps on running
Raymarine tiller pilot
22 lb. Claw Anchor, 180 5/8nylon rode plus 8 3/8 chain.
Comments by Jim Donovan: The Humboldt 30 was one of my projects while working at Gary Mulls office. I drew the lines, sorted out the rig, rudder, keel, deck layout, interior, etc. It's a fairly roomy performance 30-footer - light displacement (not ultra-light) - very large rig for light air performance. They only built a few - really a victim of the economics of yacht building in the US. Higher labor costs in the US made it very difficult for US builders to compete. The hull molds were beautifully built by the same guys who worked on many of the production tooling for Santa Cruz builders.
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Also called HUMBOLT BAY 30.