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Boat Details

Designer: Concordia/C. Raymond Hunt

Builder: Abeking and Rasmussen

Year: 1960

Boat Location: Newport, Rhode Island, US 

Price: $82,000

Length:  39 ft 10 inch

Beam: 10 ft 0 inch

Draft: 5 ft 8 inch

Hull Material:  Wood


The ever so popular Concordia 39 Yawl is hull number of 76 of a total 103 built, designed in house by C Raymond Hunt and built at Abeking and Ramussen, Germany.


Sumatra was built in 1960 and was fully rebuilt (after storm damage) in 1994 at the Concordia Company, which saw much work undertaken, but most importantly to original design. She is a fine example of this graceful classic and has been well cared by her current and previous owners.


The 39’ Yawl is as at home cruising with the family or taking part in classic yacht regattas, able to sleep four in four single berths and spacious layout provides all the important home comforts.


Sumatra is well priced and able to be viewed at short notice.



Mahogany planking over steam bent oak frames 

Bronze fittings 

Works 1994 

Extensive works undertaken by Concordia Company in 1994 after Sumatra was storm damaged, works included: 

New Stern post 

New Upper section stem 

New transom 

New sheer planks 

25 topside planks 

New rudder 

New margin boards 

New plywood deck and cabin top (overlaid in Epoxy) 

Much of her bronze wear was replaced as per originally design 



Sumatra is able to accommodate four guests in four single berths  

Wilcox Crittenden head

Drop leaf table on center line

Luke soapstone fireplace

S/S sink in Galley 

2 burner stove

Top loading S/S lined ice chest

Navigation Equipment


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

Deck Equipment 


12 volt Ideal bronze vertical windlass




Westerbeke 30 diesel engine with a 2:1 reduction (1994) 

3 blade Luke feathering prop
Bronze shaft 

Morse controls 

GRP engine pan 

Oil change hose to engine pan 



Sika Spruce Main Mast 

Sika Spruce Mizzen mast (1994) 

Sika Spruce Main boom (1994) 

Sika Spruce Mizzen boom (1994) 

Spinnaker pole (1994) 

Schaefer roller furler 



Mizzen mainsail 


Mizzen staysail 

Working jib for club boom 

Cruising spinnaker with sock 

Storm jib 

Storm trysail 

Ground Tackle 

35CQR Plow anchor

18 HT Danforth lunch hook
75lb Luke 3 piece storm anchor


Fuel - 25 gal 

Fresh water - 60 gal 

Holding - 17 gal 


Safety Equipment

Rule 2000 automatic bilge pump

Manual bilge pump


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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