Condors are purported to be among the fastest boats in the World! Nai'a is a rare find with only 21 built. Condors are ocean racing trimarans built for toughness, speed and cruising comfort. These hulls are very high performance and have been called a Ferrari on the water! They have a futuristic design that has won cross Atlantic races and have completed 'around the world' races as well. An incredibly stable boat that would make a great coastal cruiser, this rare and highly sought after boat is a must see for anybody who wants travel on the ocean and arrive to their destination quickly and in style! She is berthed in Ensenada Mexico (a great place to start your cruising) but will be in her new slip in San Diego within a few weeks. More photos coming. See contact information for to view video walk through.
For more information on this boat please call or email listing Broker
Ray Wilson at 760-402-3868
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Please contact Master User at (760) 402-3868
Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Gesamtleistung: 30 HP
Motor Typ: Außenbordmotor
Motorleistung: 15 HP
Motor Typ: Außenbordmotor
Motorleistung: 15 HP
Main Hull Beam: 12'
Main Hull Waterline Beam: 3'8"
Configuration: Trimaran Sloop
Draft: 2-7.6' (estimated)
Keel Type: Dagger board
Mast Height Above the Waterline: 54'8"
Sail Area 100%: 796 sq. ft.
Spinnaker Area: 1,350 sq. ft.
Sail Dimensions: I: 40'2"
Rig: 2 Speader Fractional
Max Rudder Angle: 46 degrees
2 Honda 15 HP Auto-tilt outboard motors (2015)
Total HP: 30
Custom Engine Lifts with Warner Linear Rugged Duty actuators
18 Gal fuel tank (2015)
Dagger Board adjustable from cockpit driven by Maxwell VC 500
Raymarine Evolution EV-1 Tiller Pilot (2015)
18 Gal. Fuel Tank
20 Gal. Deck-Filled Water Tank
20 Gal Holding Tank
10 lb Aluminum Propane Tank (2015) mounted in port cockpit locker
Cockpit mounted manual bilge pump
Sink with manual foot pump for both Fresh and Salt water
Dickinson 00-2BP 2-Burner Drop-In LPG Stove Top (New 2015)
Seacook gimbaled propane burner with detachable mount
Sliding baskets in galley for storage
Ice Box with 3.0 cu ft Capacity
Double Sized Berths Port and Starboard (76x60)
Sleeps 4 Adults
Canvas zippered bags for clothes storage
Storage bins under each berth
Huge sail storage area
Lavac Zenith Vaccum Head
Large chart tale with two storage lockers beneath lid
Teak drop leaf table with bottle storage
Accessible house battery compartment beneath aft cabin sole
Deck and Harware
Lewmar 52 ST primary winches
Lewmar 43 ST secondary winches
Lewmar 46 ST cabin top halyard winch on port
Lewmar 40 Ocean Electric winch on starboard
6:1 main sheet system
Continuous reefing system led to cockpit (two)
Genoa cars with adjustable eyes
Profurl jib furling in well
Harken 4:1 Traveler with Antal 8:1 Line Driver
All halyards lead to cockpit
Running backstays and checkstays
8:1 backstay adjuster
Boom: 6:1 outhaul and internal lazy jacks
Hall Spars Quickvang
Bow rail and stern rails with double lifelines
Goiot sliding companionway hatch
Folding Neatcleats on amas for mooring
Draining locker on fore deck (holds 22 lb. Danforth and 300' of 5/8" nylon rode)
Sunrise Yacht Products trampolines
Full batten main
Harken Battcar System
Main Sail cover
Custom white nylon sun awning
22 lb Danforth, 300' of 5/8 nylon anchor rode
Mainsail: North dacron full batten with 3 reef points on Harken Battcars and track
Genoa: North 110% dacron with UV cover
Spinnaker: North 0.75 oz nylon symmetrical with spinnaker sock
SES Flexcharge, NC25A Charge Controller for solar array
120 watt Ramsond monocrystalline solar panel
30 amp 120v shore power with cord
Xantrex Freedom HF 1800 inverter/charger
2 Mastervolt AGM 130 AH house batteries (2015)
1 Super Start Extreme Power Sport AGM start battery
Blue Sea Systems Automatick Charging Relay
Xantrex Battery Monitor
Manufacturer: Condor Limited
Model: Condor 40
Hull No 10 - Originally Man-O-War (now Nai'a)
A note from the owner: The amas have been rebuilt.
I had a few soft spots, and decided to remove all the core. That was probably overkill, and cost me a fortune. I consulted with the designer, Mick Price, and used foam core, the same face-sheets, and added three coats of epoxy barrier coat on the inside. Also increased the core thickness in the forward half as the spans are much longer in the front half, as Mick Price had mentioned adding a forward shelf for stiffening. I swapped the shelf for 3/4" core instead of 1/2". Finally, the decks are mechanically attached in case you want to add fuel tanks or storage lockers. They should be bonded permanently before making a long offshore passage.
This boat is ready to go!
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.