Ross 930
$37,000 USD
30'ft 6"in

Designed by Murray Ross and built to a high standard in New Zealand, the Ross 930 is a high-performance boat with a great interior suitable for distance racing or cruising. Overtime has been heavily modified and updated from her original configuration, making her stiffer and easier to sail. A carbon fiber Farr 30 rig with swept spreaders was installed, eliminating running backstays and overlapping headsails and her keel and rudder have been replaced with more modern high aspect versions. Upgrades to the keel, rudder and internal structure were accomplished by composites experts James Betts Enterprises under the guidance of Naval Architect Jim Antrim. Overtime is a fantastic package for a sailor looking for a high performance boat that also has some cruising potential.



New high aspect keel, rudder and internal structure in 2018

Faired Baltoplate bottom

Carbon fiber rig with swept spreaders (new rod rigging in 2018)

Full Ballard Sails inventory

Carbon spinnaker pole

Garmin electronics

Triad trailer

Name of vessel Overtime
Model Ross 930
Year 1984
Designer Murray Ross
Price $37,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 30'
Beam (feet) 9'3"
Draft (feet) 9'6"
Displacement (pounds) 4900
Ballast (pounds)
Engine model Mercury
Engine horsepower 9.9
Engine hours
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 3
Water tank capacity (gallons) -
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 20
Questions? Call us! (206) 378-1110

Interior Accommodations

Overtime’s interior is spartan and simple, yet fully functional and comfortable as a cruising platform for adventurous sailors.

At the forward end of the cabin there is a V-berth with storage below. Aft, bench seats to port and starboard provide seating space or additional berths. There is a skylight overhead. The nav station is aft, with a lift top table and large storage space forward. There is a quarterberth aft of the nav station. To port, the L-shaped galley features a sink, two burner stove/oven, and good storage space in a cabinet and drawer beneath the counter, top loading compartment and sliding door locker outboard. The head is aft of the galley, with a open storage area stretching aft beneath the cockpit.

Force 10 propane two burner stove/oven (2013)

6lb aluminum propane tank with solenoid valve, custom quick release removable mount and canvas cover (2013)

Sink at galley

ARB 12v fridge/freezer on sliding mounts (2013)

Jabsco head plumbed to holding tank/overboard Y-valve

26 gallon holding tank (2013)

New custom cushions throughout (2020)

Mr. Heater propane heater


Electronics and Navigation

(4) Garmin GMI20 sailing displays (2014/2015)

Garmin GPSmap 741xs chartplotter

Garmin GPS 19x GPS antenna

AIS receiver (2016)

Speed and depth transducers

B&G wired masthead wind transducer

Lowrance Link-8 VHF radio (2016)

Chart spotlight at nav station

Raymarine ST2000+ tiller pilot autopilot

Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo receiver

(2) Kenwood cockpit speakers


Electrical Systems

12v DC and 125v AC electrical systems

Marinetics 12v DC distribution panel with voltmeter

Blue Seas 125v AC distribution panel with voltmeter

Marinco 30 amp 125v shore power inlet

Marinco EEL 30 amp 50’ shore power cord

Promariner Prosport HD12 12 amp two bank battery charger (2023)

(2) Optima SC27DM 66 amp hour AGM batteries (2013)

Battery selector switch


Mechanical Systems

Mercury 9.9 hp outboard engine, electric start with stator for charging batteries (serviced by Ballard Marine, 2020)

3.2 gallon portable gas tank

(2) 6 gallon jerry jugs for gas


Deck and Hull

Overtime’s received a substantial redesign of her keel, grid, mast step and chainplates under the guidance of Jim Antrim in 2017/2018. A higher aspect keel with carbon fiber/foam foil and lean bulb was installed and the internal structure completely reconfigured with a new “trunk” style keel grid in carbon fiber with carbon cross bracing and stiffening ribs. Carbon/foam core storage lockers are incorporated below the settees. The mast step and chain plate bracing was also replaced. A new high aspect rudder was installed with custom carbon fiber tiller. This work was completed by the highly regarded composites team at James Betts Enterprises in Anacortes, Washington.

In 2017 CSR Marine peeled Overtime’s bottom to fiberglass, dried the hull indoors, and gave her a new epoxy bottom, faired and coated with Baltoplate bottom paint. In 2020, she received another coat of Baltoplate, faired to race finish.

22lb Lewmar claw anchor with 30’ chain and 300’ rode (2014)

Stainless stanchions with double lifelines

Stainless handrails on cabin top

Marelon thru hulls


Sails and Rigging

Carbon fiber mast with two swept spreaders (standing rigging replaced by Northwest Rigging, 2018)

Aluminum boom

Harken headsail foil (2016)

Headsail furler (currently removed and stored)

Spinnaker pole mast track

(2) fractional halyards (2015)

(1) masthead halyard (reduced to fractional) (2015)

(1) topping lift

(1) mainsail halyard (2017)

Lewmar clutches for halyards (2015)

Harken adjustable jib leads

(2) Barient 17 self tailing winches at cabin top

(2) Barient 19 self tailing primary winches

Mainsheet traveler

6:1 mainsheet

Twings led below deck

Winch handles

12’ carbon spinnaker pole

10’ carbon spinnaker pole (used as whisker pole)


Carbon-taffeta mainsail – Ballard Sails (2015)

Dacron cruising mainsail – Pineapple Sails (recut 2019)

Carbon-taffeta jib (fit to furling system) – Ballard Sails (2015)

Furling jib – Ballard Sails (2014)

Carbon racing jib – Ballard Sails (2016)

.6 oz poly asymmetric spinnaker – Ballard Sails (2015)

.6 oz poly symmetric spinnaker – Ballard Sails (2015)

.8 oz poly symmetric spinnaker – Ballard Sails (2015)

1.5 oz nylon spinnaker


Miscellaneous and Safety

Black canvas covers for mainsail, tiller and propane tank

Black canvas boom tent and foredeck hatch cover

Lifesling MOB recovery device

Flagstaff and ensign

Boat hook

Triad trailer


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