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Concordia


Boats of Interest

Selection of boats that may be of interest from the list of available boats for sale above.
US$170,000
Northeast Harbor, ME, United States
Cannell Payne & Page
  GOLDENEYE is one of the later model examples of the classic Concordia yawl by Abeking and Rasmussen, and as such, benefited from numerous changes that they made to their build process over
US$119,500
Near Portland, ME, United States
Cannell Payne & Page
Golondrina is one of the classic Concordia yawls designed by Hunt/Howland and beautifully built by Abeking and Rasmussen in Lemwerder, Germany.  As indicated in Notes A and B below, she has b
US$189,000
Stonington, CT, United States
East Coast Yacht Sales
Please completely read this listing to get a full perspective on all the work that has been done on Dame Of Sark. She is absolutely stunning and she is being offered in turn-key condition. Currently u
US$115,000
Newport, RI, United States
Herreshoff Yacht Sales
SUMATRA is Hull #76 of the 39' Concordia yawls, originally built in 1960.  Damaged in Hurricane Bob, she was extensively and lovingly rebuilt by her present owner at the Concordia Boat Compan
US$80,000
NJ, United States
David Jones Yacht Brokerage at Rockport Marine
Any Reasonable Offer Considered  Lara is a stunning vessel with a knowledgeable owner who has spared no expense in maintaining the boat. Built in 1957, she is hull number 48. Today, this Conc
US$69,000
Mystic, CT, United States
Prestige Yacht Sales
This Concordia Sheila type yawl - 'Design No. 14', originally commissioned by George Cheston, was completed in 1951 by Abeking & Rasmussen of Germany and christened Moorea. The original order
US$135,000
MA, United States
Concordia Yacht Sales
Captiva is #100 of 103 Concordia Yawls built between 1938 & 1966.  A one-family boat since new in 1965. Continuity of ownership has helped keep Captiva in excellent condition. &nb
US$59,000
North Kingstown, RI, United States
Latitude Yacht Brokerage, LLC
“CINDERELLA” was built in 1936 at the Pierce & Kilburn yard in New Bedford, MA and was designed by highly regarded Raymond Hunt for the Concordia Yacht Company. &a
US$15,000
ME, United States
Newman Marine
This traditional day sailer was designed by Pete Culler as a practical, good looking, and well performing boat. This was his most popular design, and the Concordia Company built 21 of these.