1958 Concordia Yawl

  • 40 ft
  • Yawl
  • Near Portland, ME, US

Yacht price :

$119,500

Overview

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 been extensively upgraded by a particularly knowledgeable owner, and is well proven both cruising and in classic yacht races.  The Concordia yawls have set the standard as highly regarded and popular classics and Golondrina is highly recommended.

Owner motivated and reasonable offers encouraged

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Concordia
Model:
Yawl
Year:
1958
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Near Portland, ME, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
GOLONDRINA
Boat Type:
Yawl
Hull Material:
Wood
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
5375
Designer:
C. Raymond Hunt/Waldo Howland
Flag of Registry:
US

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
40 ft - 12.19 meter
LOA:
-
Beam:
10 ft - 3.05 meter
Draft - max:
5 ft 8 in - 1.73 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
-

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Descriptions

Construction

Carvel mahogany tight seam planking, bronze-screw fastened to white oak frames and white oak/utile backbone.  Varnished mahogany cabin trunk and coaming, and varnished locust toerails and handrails.  Mahogany sub-deck with plywood/Dynel and Awlgrip paint overlay.  Self-bailing cockpit is 6’x 8’, and the seat lockers have been modified to open down to the bilge for greater accessibility and storage.  Teak seats and sole;  tiller steering; 8,800 lbs. outside iron ballast.  White topsides with blue boottop and green bottom; San Mateo Wheat decks.             

Note**  GOLONDRINA has been extensively rebuilt and upgraded/restored and a chronology of that work is available separately.

Engine

Yanmar 3GM30F freshwater cooled 24 hp, 3-cylinder diesel with original Concordia controls and Morse cables.  16 x12 bronze propeller on 1” Aquamet shaft.  Approximately 5 kts. cruising speed, and 6 kts. maximum speed.

Tankage

34 gallons fuel in aluminum tank.

45 gallons water in original tinned copper tanks.

Electrical

12-volt DC system with three 12-volt batteries; Ample Power engine alternator; circuit breaker panel; battery selector switch; Victron Energy BMU 720 battery monitor; vessel is grounded.

Accommodations

Sleeps 4 in standard Concordia layout.  Stowage forward with two berths and optional filler to create large double. Lockers are aft to starboard with the head opposite to port with lockers, sink with brass hand pump and composting Airhead toilet. Next aft is the main cabin with Concordia berths port and starboard, and drop leaf table between.  There is ample stowage and a Force 10 cozy cabin heater on the forward bulkhead.  The galley is next aft with gimballed CNG 2-burner stove with oven, stainless sink with hand pump, and custom reefer box with 2 ½" foam insulation and Sea Frost refrigeration with engine driven compressor.  The forward bulkhead is varnished raised panel pine, and trim is varnished locust with raw teak cabin sole.  GOLONDRINA is very well ventilated with three opening hatches, 5 opening ports, ventilator and screens.

Sails and Rigging

Fractional yawl rig with hollow varnished spruce keel-stepped spars. Spruce and carbon fiber spinnaker poles.  Standing rigging was new in 2002, and is 316 SS to Norseman and StaLoc terminals and bronze turnbuckles. Dyneema and Staset X halyards and double braid dacron sheets.  Spinnaker gear; boom vang; genoa tracks; 2 Wilmex 10 halyard winches (one self tailing); 2 Wilmex 51 self tailing sheet winches.

Sails include Downs dacron mainsail, 2000; Maine Sailing Partners 155% genoa 2006; Maine Sailing Partners  2007 mizzen; Maine Sailing Partners 2008 club jib; 2000 nylon mizzen staysail; 1990 Manchester nylon spinnaker; Maine Sailing Partners 2009 asymmetrical nylon spinnaker. Jiffy reefing.  Rating PHRF 180 and CRF 31.

Ground Tackle

Anchors:  CQR 35-lb., Bruce 44-lb., Danforth 22HT

Bowroller for CQR, 6' or 12' anchor chain for each, 1/2", 5/8" or 3/4" for appropriate anchor - 250-ft. long.

Equipment

Bilge pumps: electric Rule 2000, manual 1 1/2" Navy and 1 1/2" Whale Gusher.  Two dry powder fire extinguishers, bell, horn, flares, nine Type I & III life preservers, Pony horseshoe ring, strobe, searchlight, eight docking lines, boat hook, five fenders, spreader lights, man overboard pole, sail covers, bowpulpit, stern rail, double lifelines, dodger, berth cushions, blankets, pillows, dishes, cooking utensils, flatware, glassware, table, 8' Dyer dinghy, eight Brownell jackstands, canvas winter cover.

Electronics and Navigation

Barometer, clock, White Constellation compass, Icom IC-M402 VHF, Furuno radar, GPS and MFD8 chart plotter navigation.  Raymarine Smart Pilot X5 autopilot, Nexus depth sounder, wind/speed, masthead and close hauled indicators and speed/log.

Note A

GOLONDRINA has been systematically restored by her owner over the past 24 years. Being in the Caribbean between the early 1970s until she was relocated to Maine in 1991 meant that she did not go though the annual shrinking and swelling cycle that northern boats experience. As a result, her keel and floor timber bolts were found to be almost as good as new. GOLONDRINA received renewed covering board to sheer plank fastenings as well as a new deck covering and locust toe rails. The house top was renewed with new skylight, forward and rebuilt companionway hatches. The house sides have been veneered with 6mm Mahogany. The cockpit was rebuilt using the same geometry but with the seat hatches now opening down to the bilge for more accessible and larger storage. A new 34-gallon fuel tank was placed under the cockpit sole. South American Mahogany coaming and bulkheads and teak seats are new. About 2/3 of the underwater planking has been replaced with South American mahogany. Almost all of the butts have been scarfed out. Nearly all the floor timbers have been replaced as has been the horn timber and the gripe. A truss rod was installed under the mast step. The bottom was wooded in ‘14/’15.  GOLONDRINA’S entire restoration chronology is available on request.

Note B

GOLONDRINA sailed all through the Caribbean with her previous owners in the 1970s and 1980s until she was sailed to Maine in 1991. Since her restoration, she has returned to the Caribbean twice, 1998/1999 and 2002/2003 where she competed in a number of classic boat races including Foxy’s and Antigua Classic where she placed in the top three in class both times.  She has been a regular competitor in the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta collecting two firsts and a second in class. GOLONDRINA has also taken awards at the Antigua Classic Concours d’Elegance twice, second place, owner maintained in 1999, and a special trophy for her restoration in 2003. She was named best sailboat at the St. Lucie, Florida, Classic Boat Show, Best Boat in original Condition and won the Peoples’ Award at the Salem Antique and Classic Show.

Comments

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 been extensively upgraded by a particularly knowledgeable owner, and is well proven both cruising and in classic yacht races.  The Concordia yawls have set the standard as highly regarded and popular classics and Golondrina is highly recommended.

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.

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