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Concordia 41, Marblehead, United States

US$ 84,000

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Year:
1954
Length:
41'
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single
Located In:
Marblehead, United States
Hull Material:
Wood
YW#:
78931-2691326
Current Price:
US$ 84,000 


SELLER VERY MOTIVATED TO SELL THIS BOAT BEFORE SUMMER OF 2014.

THIS VESSEL HAS BEEN DILIGENTLY MAINTAINED FOR 18 YEARS BY THE CURRENT OWNER FOLLOWING THE BEST MAINTENANCE AND RESTORATION PRACTICES AS WELL AS RECOMMENDED GUIDANCE BY PROFESSIONAL SURVEYORS AND YACHT RESTORATION EXPERTS.  HER CURRENT OWNER IS A PROFESSIONAL MARINER WITH 20 YEARS DEEP SEA EXPERIENCE, NOW RETIRED AS MASTER OF LNG TANKERS ENGAGED IN FAR EAST SERVICE.  DURING THIS TENURE OF OWNERSHIP, THE BOAT HAS BEEN UNDER THE CARE OF A PROFESSIONAL SHIPWRIGHT WHO HAS TENDERED TO ALL OF THE BOAT'S NEEDS.  FOR A NEW ENGLAND BUYER, THE SHIPWRIGHT CAN CONTINUE ON CARING FOR THIS CLASSIC FOR HER NEW OWNER.  SPICE HAS NEVER BEEN RACED OR CRUISED EXTENSIVELY, BUT WAS PRIMARILY USED FOR DAY SAILING ON SALEM SOUND BETWEEN GLOUCESTER, MARBLEHEAD AND BEVERLY.

Designed in 1938 by Charles Raymond Hunt, and built in 1954 by the world renowned Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard, the Concordia 41 yawl has become famous for their performance competing in offshore races.  Conceived as a day-sailor that could race and cruise in the choppy seas and heavy afternoon breezes of Buzzards Bay. What started as design number fourteen, just another Concordia boat, became the classic Concordia yawl, one of the most successful and long-lived stock racer/cruisers ever built. When the name Concordia is mentioned, it is the yawl, with her distinctive star and moon cove stripe, that comes to mind.

SPICE, hull #18, has had eight previous owners and each one has extended proper care and maintenance to this classic yacht.  Now under the care of her ninth owner, SPICE continues to receive exceptional care.

A recent survey, conducted in May of 2009, shows the boat to be in very good condition and ready for her next owner. The craftsmanship of Abeking & Rasmussen is absolute, considering that to this day 102 of the original 103 built are still sailing. SPICE is currently in under tent storage, and her sails and soft goods are stored in a temperature controlled building.

 

Vessel Particulars:

LOA – 40’-10”

LWL – 29’-06”

Beam – 10’-03”

Draft – 5’-09”

Displacement – 21,750 pounds

Ballast – 8,800 pounds – Iron Keel

Rig Type – Yawl

Designer – C. Raymond Hunt & Waldo Howland

Builder – Abeking & Rasmussen

Hull number - 4922

Construction – Traditional wood – tight seam carvel planked

Year Built - 1954

 

Hull:

 

Underbody

 

Construction – Tight seam African mahogany planking one white ok frames

Rudder – Planked mahogany, keel hung

Bearings and Gudgeons – bronze

Design – Traditional full keel with cutaway forefoot

Keel Material – Iron ballast

Underwater hardware – Bronze

 

Topsides

 

Construction – Tight seam African mahogany

Design – Traditional spoon bow with transom overhang

 

 

Structural Reinforcements

 

Hull to Deck Joint –1 ¾” x 4 ½” fir clamp with shelf

Flooring – Oak planking

Bulkheads – Tongue and Groove

Stringers – 7” x 1 ¼” fir belt

Frames – 1 3/8” x 1 ½” oak on 10” centers

 

 

Decks:

 

Construction – laid deck over 1 ½” x 2 ½” beams

Cabin House - Mahogany

Pulpits, Stanchions and Hardware – Bronze

Handrails – Locust Bronze

Cleats and Chocks – Locust Bronze

Cockpit – Traditional aft cockpit with laid teak decking

Steering – Tiller

 

 

Interior:

 

Beginning forward is a V berth with pipe berths to port and starboard. Aft of the V berth is a head to port. In the main salon are berth to port and starboard. The galley is aft and athwartships. Interior is varnish with satin rubbed effect and was restored in 2010. The interior woodwork consists of pine ad locust woods. Four Kapok mattresses, red corduroy main cabin settee cushions and seat back covers. Three hanging lockers and, numerous other lockers for gear storage providing for ample storage. Interior lighting is supplied by electric lighting and a traditional oil lamp. Cabin heating via a Concordia cast iron stove cabin heater with a new stainless stack pipe and Charlie Noble. Locust coal box that is stainless steel lined and has a small shovel.

 

 

Safety:

 

  • 35# CQR anchor
  • Danforth 22S anchor
  • 5/16” chain with 125’ nylon three strand rode
  • Manual Edson emergency bilge pump
  • RULE 2000 12V automatic bilge pump
  • (3) DC II – Fire extinguishers
  • Bronze sea cocks
  • Manual fog horn and bronze bell
  • Sufficient Type 1PFD’s for adults and children
  • Storm sea anchor
  • Flare kit – expired

 

 

 

Machinery:

 

  • Perkins – 4108 4 Cylinder Diesel – fresh water cooled
  • Year built – 1986
  • Drive type - Direct
  • Horse power – 30 @ 3,000 RPM
  • Engine hours – 415
  • Hurth transmission and reversing gear
  • 12”x17” copper drip pan
  • (2) Racor fuel filters
  • Exhaust Silencer – Stainless water pot
  • Throttle and clutch controls – Morse
  • Gauges – Oil pressure, tachometer and water temperature
  • Stuffing box – Conventional
  • Propeller – 2 blade bronze

 

 

Tankage and Plumbing:

 

  • Fuel – 20 gallon Monel
  • Water – Copper – (3) – 75 gallons total capacity
  • Holding tank – Plastic
  • Manual Wilcox – Crittenden toilet
  • Jabsco macerator – bronze Y valve – gate valve system

 

 

 

Electrical:

 

  • 12 volt
  • (2) 12 volt batteries – fiberglass lined box
  • Overcurrent protection – (5) breakers with (2) fuses
  • Master switch with breaker panel
  • Battery level indicator

 

 

Electronics:

 

  • VHF – Raymarine
  • Depth – Raytheon
  • Knotmeter – Autohelm Navigator
  • GPS – Raytheon – Bulkhead swing out display
  • Constellation bulkhead mounted compass in cockpit

 

 

Galley:

 

  • 2 burner CNG gimbaled stove
  • Stainless sink basin
  • Concordia hand pump – rebuilt and re-chromed
  • Top loading ice box
  • CNG fuel tank – spare tank

 

 

 

Rigging and Sail Handling:

 

  • Main mast – Sitka spruce hollow box laminate section
  • Mizzen mast – Sitka spruce hollow box laminate section
  • Spinnaker Pole - Sitka spruce with bronze fittings
  • Main, Mizzen and club booms – Sitka spruce
  • Spreaders Main and Mizzen – Ash
  • Boom crutch
  • Traveler and fittings - Bronze
  • Chain plates – Muntz metal
  • Reefing – Jiffy reefing
  • Standing rigging – 3/8” and 5/16” 1 x 19 stainless steel wire
  • Bronze turnbuckles
  • Terminals – Stainless steel swage fittings
  • Running rigging – Dacron – all renewed in 2010
  • Mast step – Oak
  • Mast step extended per Concordia recommendations
  • (2) Merriman bronze primary winches #6 - 2 speed - cockpit
  • (2) Merriman bronze secondary winches #5 - 2 speed - cockpit
  • (2) Barlow #16 halyard winches

 

 

Sails and Canvas:

  • Mainsail – Down sails – Dacron – 2009
  • Jib – Down sails – Dacron – 2009
  • Mizzen – Down sails – Dacron – 2009
  • Spinnaker – Manchester sails – 1990’s – never used
  • Genoa – Hood sails – 1990’s – barely used
  • Custom canvas dodger with bronze frame
  • Custom sail cover and storage bags
  • Cockpit cushions

 

Tender:

Professionally restored (2010) Dyer sailing dinghy.  Includes sail, spars, rudder and tiller, oars and oar locks.

 

Reason for selling:

Demanding work and travel schedule limits use

 

 

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.




Thank you for visiting New England Yacht Partners. Let our collective experience go to work for you. Call toll free 888 525 9457 If we do not have the exact boat you are looking for, let us know and we will be happy to find the right match. From Maine to New Jersey, we can find the boat you desire.

As a courtesy to all of our clients, showings are by appointment only.  Please call Bill Shaw Jr. at (401) 252 1231 to schedule or showing or email bill@neyacht.com.  Thank you.



Please contact William Shaw at 888 525 9457

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