The Concordia Yawl, first designed in 1938 by C. Raymond Hunt and built by the world renown Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard, was designed to handle the big breeze and choppy waters of Buzzards Bay. This iconic series of yachts has gone on to win multiple Bermuda races, the Cowes race week, and has continued to perform as recently as 1997, when hull #67 CROCODILE won the Marblehead to Halifax race.
DOLCE has been maintained by discerning owners and the Concordia Boatyard since new. As one of only 26 yawls built at 41’, she is in a class all her own. She is constructed of an oak keel, steam bent laminated oak frames, and African mahogany planking fixed with bronze fasteners. DOLCE was upgraded to an aluminum mainmast to promote seagoing capabilities and facilitate offshore racing.
A recent survey, conducted in December 2012, shows the boat to be in great condition and ready to provide years of enjoyment for her next owner. With 102 of the 103 Concordias built still sailing today, the craftsmanship of Abeking & Rasmussen is unquestionable.
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