1986
Year
CONCORDIA YACHTS
Builder
58' (17.68m)
Length
3
Cabins

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STAMPEDE - 1986 58' CONCORDIA YACHTS Custom Holland 58
Southwest Harbor Maine
$299,000 USD


Yacht for sale is a 1986 CONCORDIA YACHTS 58' "STAMPEDE" Custom Holland 58 Cruising Sailboat in Southwest Harbor, Maine, United States.

STAMPEDE was conceived as a modern performance cruiser that offered a custom, high-quality finish on an easily driven hull form. She was built strong and light to cruise shorthanded or to cross oceans, both of which she has done with great success. She is a powerful offshore yacht with a gorgeous teak joinery raised saloon interior.

Well cared for by her current owner, the boat needs little. Cosmetically she is in great shape, with new paint, teak decks and a clean interior.

STAMPEDE would be an ideal purchase for someone looking for a robust bluewater family cruiser on a budget.




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Ted Hood
Wellington Yacht Partners, LLC

LENGTH 58' (17.68m)
BUILDER CONCORDIA YACHTS
ASKING PRICE $299,000 USD
BUILT (REFIT) 1986
BEAM 15' 6" (4.72m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED 8 Knots 9 MPH
CRUISING SPEED 6 Knots 7 MPH
CABINS 3
GROSS TONNAGE 0.00
DISPLACEMENT 51000 Lbs
LOCATION Southwest Harbor Maine United States
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FULL SPECIFICATIONS

INTRODUCTION

STAMPEDE was conceived as a modern performance cruiser that offered a custom, high-quality finish on an easily driven hull form. She was built strong and light to cruise shorthanded or to cross oceans, both of which she has done with great success. She is a powerful offshore yacht with a gorgeous teak joinery raised saloon interior.

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Well cared for by her current owner, the boat needs little. Cosmetically she is in great shape, with new paint, teak decks and a clean interior.

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STAMPEDE would be an ideal purchase for someone looking for a robust bluewater family cruiser on a budget.

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CONSTRUCTION

STAMPEDE was conceived as a one-off performance cruiser design and constructed with no expense spared. She was built using the vacuum bag method of a composite laminate structure composed of Kevlar and S-glass, cored with two layers of 5/8" Termanto foam core. Six layers of 9 oz Kevlar and 17 oz biaxial glass are on either side of the foam core. The deck and coach house are constructed out of a 1” Divinycell core, also sandwiched between Kevlar and fiberglass. The interior bulkheads are also cored to save weight, and finished to the highest standards of teak joinery.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Sleeps six owners and guests in three staterooms. Beginning forward is a large sail/storage locker with deck and interior access, containing two fold-down pipe berths and workbench. Continuing aft are two guest staterooms with upper and lower berths, hanging lockers and storage shelves. The galley is next aft on starboard and directly across is a large guest head with shower. Up two steps is the main salon. Excellent panoramic visibility at eye level from all seating arrangements, including the nav station, which is to port, facing forward. Moving aft to port, one enters the walk-thru to the master stateroom, which has engine access, a settee and additional hanging lockers.
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Master Stateroom

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Full-width, large twin cabin with 3/4 berth to starboard and single berth to port, dresser and settee between. Excellent storage, book shelves and hanging lockers, with a full en-suite head with stall shower.

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Salon

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Raised salon design provides superb visibility through wraparound, tinted fixed Plexiglas. Large U-shaped dinette on starboard with leather upholstery and panoramic visibility. Full size chart table with instrumentation on port, leather seat on mechanized unit that swivels 360 degrees. Entertainment area is aft and has built-in cabinetry with dry bar. The interior joinery is state-of-the-art lightweight teak composite from Concordia custom craftsmen, lighter and stronger than typical plywood/veneer  construction  technique of production Swan-style interiors.

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Galley

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Down amidships on starboard, with large, U-shaped work area. This area is open to the main salon, providing an open, airy feeling, good ventilation and indirect lighting to eliminate shadows for the gourmet chef. A secure working environment in any sea condition.

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  • Gimbaled Force 10 stainless steel 3-burner propane stove with oven
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  • Seafrost refrigerator freezer with engine driven, 110-volt compressor, plus DC driven compressor (New 2008)
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  • Stainless steel Seafarer (8 gal) water heater
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ELECTRONICS

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  • Furuno MFD 8 Radar/Plotter
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  • Robertson AP 300X autopilot (2012)
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  • ICOM M700 SSB radio (2012)
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  • 10" Ritchie compass
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  • Rudder position indicator
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  • Stereo CD player
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  • ICOM IC-M-80 VHF radio
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  • Dytek sea water temp
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  • Furuno radar with 36-mile range
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  • Edson wheel steering
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  • B&G Sailing Instruments H3000 series
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  • B&G depth sounder
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  • B&G speed and distance log
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  • B&G wind speed indicator
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  • B&G wind angle indicators, full and close-hauled
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

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  • Shore power 110V, 220V AC electrical system
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  • 12V & 24V DC electrical system
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  • Balmar PC 750 DC generator
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  • Electrical bonding system
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  • 12V Professional Mariner battery charger
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  • 24V Professional Mariner battery charger
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  • 2500W inverter and 12V converter
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  • Battery parallel switch
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  • (3) Dockside electrical cables
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  • Smart voltage regulator
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  • High output 100-amp alternator
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  • Bass custom electrical panel
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  • High output 150-amp alternator on genset
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DECK EQUIPMENT

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  • Glued teak deck (replaced 2008)
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  • (4) Safety harnesses
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  • 65 lb. Bruce anchor
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  • 65 lb. Danforth anchor
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  • 300' 3/8" chain
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  • (4) Emergency life vests
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  • Dodger
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  • Bimini
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  • Bow pulpit
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  • Bow rail
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  • Maxwell/Nilsson electric windlass
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  • Coast Guard safety package
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  • EPIRB 486
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  • Navigation light
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  • Sea Recovery 20 gal/hour watermaker
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  • Jack line
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  • Man overboard pole
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  • Fresh water washdown
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  • Oak custom cockpit drink holder
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  • Avon dinghy (13') w/ 9.8 hp Nissan outboard
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  • Switlik life raft
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  • Swim boarding ladder
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  • MOM emergency pack
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  • 2-Blade Max-prop
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SAILS and RIGGING

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  • 3-Spreader custom Hall aluminum mast with internal spinnaker track and external storm trysail track
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  • Hydraulic boom vang
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  • SELDEN hydraulic roller furling headsail
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  • NAVTEC hydraulic roller furling staysail
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  • Hydraulic backstay adjuster
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  • Hydraulic outhaul system
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  • Hydraulic baby stay
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  • All hydraulic lines replaced from 2008-2014
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  • Stainless steel standing rod rigging
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  • Forestay, backstay, genoa furler and foil replaced 2012
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  • Harken cars, blocks and deck hardware
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Winches:  Barient

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  • (1) #28 ST hydraulic utility winch
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  • (1) #36 ST hydraulic main sheet
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  • (2) #36 ST
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  • (2) #36 3-speed ST hydraulic primaries
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  • (2) #19 ST hydraulic
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Sails

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  • Sobstad fully battened mainsail
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  • Quantum staysail, 2010
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  • Additional new staysail in storage
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  • Quantum Yankee, 2000
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  • (2) Quantum tri-radial asymmetrical chutes, 1998
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  • Storm trysail
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REMARKS

STAMPEDE was conceived as a modern performance cruiser that offered a custom, high quality finish on an easily driven hull form. She was built strong and light to cruise short-handed or to cross oceans, both of which she has done with great success. Over the years her owner has continually upgraded her when needed. 

EXCLUSIONS

The owner's personal effects are excluded from the sale.

Listing Marketed by

Ted Hood
Wellington Yacht Partners, LLC
One Maritime Drive

Portsmouth, Rhode Island,
United States

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