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1960 Concordia Yawl

Newport, Rhode Island


Hull #76 of the 103 Concordia 39's, SUMATRA was built by Abeking and Rasmussen and extensively rebuilt in 1994. Truly a classic, she has been well cared for and is in excellent condition. Priced to sell by her multi boat owners, she is easily inspected in Newport.


Grand Slam Yacht Sales Inc. is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Sparkman & Stephens, LLC.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: SUMATRA
Make: Concordia
Model: Yawl
Year: 1960
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Wood


Length: 39 ft / 11.89 m
Length Overall: 39 ft / 11.89 m
Waterline Length: 28'6 ft / 8.69 m
Beam: 10'2 ft / 3.10 m
Min Draft: 5.67 ft
Displacement: 12,000 lb
Ballast: 7,700 lb


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 25 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 60 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 17 gal


Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Antique and Classics, Racers and Cruisers



Mahogany planking over steam steam bent, white oak frames with bronze fastenings.  In 1994 the Concordia Company of South Dartmouth, MA extensively rebuilt SUMATRA after she was damaged in Hurricane Bob. The project included new stern post, upper section of stem, transom, sheer planks, 25 topside planks, rudder, new margin planks, new plywood deck and cabin top cover in fiberglass, and new cockpit coamings. In addition, much of her bronze hardware was replaced with exact replicas by The Concordia Company, including  bow and stern railing, stanchions with double life lines and new port lights. A new windlass and bronze hawse pipe were installed. All sea cocks were replaced.




The forward cabin has the standard Concordia layout with chain locker forward by V berths.The enclosed head is next aft to Port with stowage cabinets, Wilcox Crittenden head with holding tank, macerator pump and y-valve.Opposite to starboard are hanging lockers with shelves.The main salon is next aft, with the traditional Concordia berths, port and starboard, drop leaf table on center line and Luke soapstone fireplace forward to port.The galley is aft with quarter sawn maple countertops, a S/S sink, and 2 burner  stove. There is a top loading S/S lined ice chest. Interior is finished in the traditional"Concordia Way"with varnished knotty pine bulkheads, varnished oak deck beams and a teak cabin sole.


Sails & Rigging

7/8th yawl rig with 671 sqft  sail area. All spars are varnished, sitka spruce The mizzen mast, both booms, all spreaders, mizzen jumpers and spinnaker pole were all replaced in 1994. The bronze and locust boom gallows and all standing and running renewed, and Ocean size 2 traveler system for main sheet added .Jiffy reefing on mainsail with Lewmar #8 bronze winch. Schaefer roller furling on head sail.

Mainsail, Genoa, Working Jib for club boom, Mizzen, Cruising Spinnaker with sock, Mizzen Staysail,all with sail covers.Also Storm jib and Storm trysail.


Autohelm ST 4000 Autopilot

Furuno 1731 Radar

Furuno GP-70 MKII GPS

B&G Depth, Speed, Wind & Wind Speed.

B&G repeaters in cockpit.

Apelco VHF radio

Ritchie Magtronic compass system


Dodger with custom bronze bows

Rule 2000 automatic bilge pump

Manual bilge pump

Paul Luke soapstone hard fuel fireplace

12 volt Ideal bronze vertical windlass

35CQR Plow anchor

18 HT Danforth lunch hook

 75lb Luke 3 piece storm anchor

300' nylon rode

Safety gear


1994 Westerbeke 30 diesel engine with 2:1 reduction.

15"dia. 3  blade Luke feathering prop

1" bronze shaft

Racor fuel  filter

Full engine gauges

Morse controls

Fiberglass oil pan

Oil change hose to oil pan


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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