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Concordia Yawl

€48 148 Prix ​​demandé: US$49 000

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North Point Yacht Sales

7330 Edgewood Road Suite 1
Annapolis, MD, 21403
États-Unis
410-413-3051

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Marque Concordia
Modèle Yawl
Année 1959
Condition Occasion
Prix US$49 000
Type Voile
Classe Classique et de tradition
Longueur 11.89 m
Carburant Diesel
Matériau de la coque Bois
Location Solomons, Maryland, États-Unis
Longueur Hors Tout 12.14 m
Bau 3.12 m
Tirant d'eau max. 1.73 m
Type de quille enums.keel-type.kt-full
Déplacement 18000 livres
Surface de voilure 69 ft²
Hauteur sous barrot 1.85 m
Type de moteur Inbord
Marque du moteur Yanmar
Modèle de moteur 3JH4E
Carburant Diesel
Type d'entraînement Prise directe
Localisation enums.engine-location.center
Tauds
  • boat-details.features.mainsail-cover
  • Lazy jack
Appareillage Électrique
  • Prise de quai
Électronique
  • Sondeur
  • Radar
  • Loch-speedomètre
  • Girouette - Anémomètre
  • Centrale de navigation
  • Plotter
  • Pilote automatique
  • Compas
  • GPS
  • VHF
Équipement Interieur
  • Pompe de cale électrique
  • Four
  • Pompe de cale manuelle
  • WC marin
  • Chauffage
  • Chargeur de batteries
Équipement Extérieur/Options
  • Cockpit teck
  • Coussins de cockpit
Accastilage/Gréement
  • Barres à roue
Voiles
  • Grand voile full batten
  • boat-details.features.asymmetric-spinnaker
  • Génois sur enrouleur
Architecte C. Raymond Hunt
Fabricant Abeking & Rasmussen
Cabines 2
Couchettes simples 6
Toilettes 1
Réservoirs de carburant 30 gal
Réservoirs à eau douce 60 gal
Réservoirs eau noire 10 gal
Forme de la coque Déplacement
Guindeau Guindeau électrique

Description

This is a beautifully restored Classic Concordia Yawl easily balanced with jib and jigger or just the main. The very graceful lines of the C. Raymond Hunt Design were originally brought to life by Abeking & Rasmussen of Germany. Health issues have made it necessary for the current owner to discontinue enjoying the pride of ownership and sense of accomplishment he has recently enjoyed knowing that "Swift" is now as good as she can be with many hours of work from quality craftsmen who removed and repaired or replaced anything that wasn't exactly right. Now, she is in "sail away" condition. This is a tremendous opportunity for you. All the hard work has been done and done right.  

Major Price Reduction!

This is a MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION 

Originally asking $125,000

Price reduced to $85,000

Now $49,000

Concordia Yawls from Wikipedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia    Concordia Yawls #85 Arapaho and #82 Coriolis

The Concordia yawl was designed in 1938 by naval architect C. Raymond Hunt with input from Llewellyn and Waldo Howland, Clinton Crane, Fenwick Williams and Frank Paine.[1] Earlier that year, the Colin Archer-designed Norwegian pilot cutter, Escape, belonging to Llewellyn Howland's family, was destroyed by the Great Hurricane of 1938. Howland subsequently commissioned the Concordia Company, which he had founded in 1926 and at the time was run by his son Waldo, to design and build a replacement. Howland wanted a sailboat that could be used for both cruising and racing and withstand the heavy wind and choppy waters of Buzzards Bay; thus the Concordia design number fourteen, a 39'10" yawl, was created.

There were 103 Concordias produced between 1938 and 1966, making the Concordia yawl class the largest class of large one-design wooden sailboats.[2] The first four Concordias were produced in Massachusetts. Concordia commissioned the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard in Lemwerder, Germany to build the last 99 (26 of them as a 41' Model).[3] 102 of the 103 Concordias are still in existence today.[4]

Over the years the Concordia yawl has won numerous races including the prestigious Newport Bermuda Race (1954 & 1978), the Annapolis Race (1955), Cowes Week (1955) and the Marblehead-to-Halifax Race (1955 & 1997).

  • 1954 Newport Bermuda Race - Malay, Concordia #2, Dan Strohmeier.
  • 1955 Annapolis Race - Actaea, Concordia #17, Henry Sears.
  • 1955 Cowes Week - Harrier, Concordia #30, Ray Hunt.
  • 1955 Marblehead-to-Halifax Race - Malay, Concordia #2, Dan Strohmeier.
  • 1978 Newport Bermuda Race - Babe, Concordia #26, Arnold Gay.
  • 1997 Marblehead-to-Halifax Race - Crocodile, Concordia #67, Robert Crocker.

The Concordia yawls Arapaho, hull #85 and Irian, hull #70 (both 41' models), appeared in the movie Message in a Bottle.

Sails

New Quantum (2018) 

Main

Furling Jib

Mizzen

Asymmetrical Spinnaker

Old Staysail (rarely used)

New Stack and jacklines for Main and Mizzen with zippers 

New Tide Marine Slides for Main and Mizzen

 

 

 

Rigging

All of the Standing and Running Rigging was replaced in 2018

Restoration and Refastening

Many of the Concordia Yawls were originally built with ribs that were "Steamed" to bend into position. That method has proven not be satisfactory in the long term and over the winter of 2018, New Laminated White Oak Ribs were installed along with replacing bad planks with mahogany planks and areas with dead wood were repaired.

The bottom was refastened with $5,000 worth of Bronze screws. The hull was the Re-wooded, re-caulked, and painted (2018)  

Items included with the boat

Origo alcohol Stove

Wood Stove (removed from the cabin)

Jib Boom

Spinnaker Pole

Blocks 

Tiller

Miscellaneous other parts and loose gear removed from the boat for various reasons

Additional new equipment and improvements

New EPIRB

New 4 man REVERE Commander coastal life raft in Valise

2 new Bronze self tailing Harken Jib winches, 2 new bronze self tailing Spinnaker winches, New Bronze self tailing Main Halyard / reefing winch, New clutch sheet stopper for main halyard and reefing system

New Muir electric windlass w/ 35# CQR anchor and New Concordia anchor roller and wash-down faucet

B&G Suite including Plotter/radar and instrument multi displays

New Simrad Auto Pilot w/ NEW Edson pedestal steering including plotter display engine controls, auto pilot remote, and wind display 

New 4 to 1 Bronze traveler and new Bronze Main Sheet Block with cam cleat

New Electrical Distribution Panel  

New icom VHF radios and remotes

 

Broker's Comments

From the C. Raymond Hunt plans of the Concordia Yawl came a wonderful sailing vessel which could easily be balanced to sail in all types of conditions. Now with the Roller furling Genoa it is even easier to balance the load for speed, steering, or comfort. The classic Jib and Jigger or just the main can be used for long passages with minimum strain on any equipment. The Concordia Yawls establish a high standard for comfortable cruising on a great sailing boat.

Hunt was not just focused on comfort however when he designed the Concordia Yawls. He also designed a boat capable of winning races and the records show how successful these boats were in many of the most challenging off-shore races. 

"Swift" is hull # 68 built in1959 by Abeking & Rasmussen (#5452) in Lemwerder, Germany. She was originally named "Belle One" but was quickly re-named and owned by a new owner followed by 5 other owners including the present owner. She has been well cared for over the years and recently has had some major work done on the boat including strengthening the "Steam Bent" ribs which Concordia discovered over time were not as strong as they needed to be. In fact, the current owner has recently spent over $200,000 on the boat, because it needed to be done.

Today "Swift" is as strong as ever and with new equipment is ready to go sailing. The hull, rig, sails, engine, and equipment have all been totally inspected and any little detail has been addressed and corrected. The big investment has been done. Now is the time to enjoy the boat and just maintain her. "Swift" is definitely worth coming to see.

Default Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Montre Plus…

Présenté par:

North Point Yacht Sales

7330 Edgewood Road Suite 1
Annapolis, MD, 21403
États-Unis
410-413-3051

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États-Unis
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