“CINDERELLA” was built in 1936 at the Pierce & Kilburn yard in New Bedford, MA and was designed by highly regarded Raymond Hunt for the Concordia Yacht Company. She was lovingly restored by her owners having won multiple awards for her reconstruction including the 2005 IYRS Award for outstanding restoration of a plank-on-frame vessel as well as 1st & 2nd place at the Museum of Yachting Classic Yacht Regatta.
“CINDERELLA” is a unique one of a kind Concordia sloop that was the prototype for the Concordia Yawl
Currently stored indoors and readily available for inspection. Please call or email to view this beautiful and very special yacht.
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Ryan J. Miller
Yacht Broker / Owner / U.S.C.G. Master Capt.
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This vessel is constructed via carvel planked mahogany on white oak frames and floor timbers. All bronze fastened with a white oak keel, deadwood, horn timber and stem. The rudder is pinned solid mahogany with bronze post and solid oak tiller. Cedar strip planked deck with marine plywood overlay on white oak deck beams overlaid in Dynel cloth resin and paint. The cabin house sides, coming, sheer strake, covering boards, had rails, binnacle, companionway hatch and companionway drop boards are all varnished solid mahogany. Cockpit sole and seats are bare solid teak.
The cabin is painted cedar and varnished mahogany giving it a nicely finished yacht look. The interior is fitted as a day sailor with sail storage forward, an open head and port and starboard fold down “Concordia berths”.
The spars are glued Sitka Spruce with a fractional main, boom and custom bronze hardware, S/S wire rigging with seized bronze eye splices.