This Concordia Sheila type yawl - 'Design No. 14', originally commissioned by George Cheston, was completed in 1951 by Abeking & Rasmussen of Germany and christened Moorea. The original order and design specifications for this vessel are archived at the Mystic Seaport Museum. Copies are available for viewing in person at our office.
Now named Never Again, this well maintained classic sailing yacht has always been winter-stored indoors in a dirt floor shed that holds many classic wooden boats. It's last survey was in 2006 and it was a very good one. All recommended items have been addressed since then. The survey and recent visual inspection indicate that the vessel is in very good structural and mechanical condition.
Concordia yawls not only turn heads on the water, their owners become a part of American sailing history. Inspections available by appointment.
Please contact Jonathan smith, central agent for further information and full specifications on this vessel. Jonathan would be delighted to give you a first hand personal description of the vessel and its features.
Please contact Jonathan Smith CPYB at 860-245-5551
Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Nom du bateau
Architecte: C. Raymond Hunt/Waldo Howland
Longeur hors tout: 39 Pied 0 Pouce
Marque moteur: Gray
Modèle moteur: 4-112
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
The interior of the vessel consists of a main cabin, V-beth (specified longer by original buyer), galley, and head. Her cabin sole is teak, mahogany, and painted pine. All cushions are brand new. She has overnight accomodations for 6 people and ample storage room.She is contstructed with one marine head and a USCG approved MSD type 3 Snaitary system (porta potty). The vessel has a ful galley with a CNG stove, sink and stainless lined icebox. Her water is fed from two tanks totalling 40 gallons, which is manually pumped in the head an galley.
New cushions Throughout
Hull & Deck
From the most recent survey report: ""Never Agan"appears in sound structural condition for a vessel of this age. She has been used as a pleasure cruiser and has been maintained in very good condition." "The bottom of the vessel was also viewed for from different angles to evaluate fainess, ships lines and check for proud planks. No signs of hogging, twist or sag were noted..." "The deck and superstructure is constructed with tong & grooved fir planking with a fiberglass overlay, on white framing."
Decks and cabinhouse are in excellent condition
Sails & Rigging
Main 1992 - Very Good
Jib 1992 - Good
Mizzen StaySail - Very Good
Mizzen 1992 - Very Good
Engine rebuilt in 1991
1" Bronze Shaft
14D x 10p 2-blade prop
12 volt DC system
3 Group 24
No Shore Power system
35 Amp Alternator
Electronics & Navigation
Pioneer CD Stereo
Raytheon Ray 53 VHF
High Bilge Alarm
Concor Wood Stove
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.