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1968 Owens Concorde Flybridge Sedan

location icon Lewes, Delaware
Year 1968
Length 40 ft
The 1968 40' Concorde 40 Flybridge was a classic yacht known for its elegant design, spaciousness and excellent performance on the water. Here's a detailed description of its key features:

Length and Dimensions:

The Concorde 40 Flybridge had an overall length of 40 feet (12.2 meters). It was a substantial-sized yacht, providing ample space for cruising and entertaining.
The yacht featured a beam (width) that contributed to its stability and roominess, ensuring comfortable living quarters and smooth navigation.
Exterior Design:

The exterior design of the Concorde 40 Flybridge showcased sleek and timeless lines, characteristic of yachts from that era.
It had a flybridge, and an elevated deck above the main cabin, offering an excellent vantage point for navigation and enjoying the surrounding views.
The spacious aft deck was ideal for outdoor activities and entertaining guests.
Interior Layout:

The yacht boasted a well-thought-out interior layout, maximizing space and comfort for its occupants.
The main cabin featured a salon or living area, typically equipped with seating, a dining table, and large windows that provided natural light and panoramic views.
A galley or kitchen area was incorporated into the main cabin, featuring appliances, storage cabinets, and countertops for meal preparation.
The Concorde 40 Flybridge typically had two or more cabins, accommodating guests for overnight stays. These cabins offered comfortable sleeping quarters and storage space for personal belongings.
The yacht also featured one or more bathrooms (heads) with toilets, sinks, and showers, ensuring convenience during extended trips.
Performance and Power:

The 1968 Concorde 40 Flybridge was powered by engines designed to provide reliable performance on the water.
The exact specifications of the engines varied, but they were typically diesel-powered, offering a balance of power and fuel efficiency.
The yacht's hull design contributed to its stability, maneuverability, and overall performance, allowing for smooth cruising even in different sea conditions.
Overall, the 1968 40' Concorde 40 Flybridge was a well-crafted yacht with a timeless design, comfortable interior, and reliable performance, making it a sought-after choice for yachting enthusiasts during its time.


Year Built 1968
Category Power
Length Overall 42 ft
Beam 13'6 ft
Max Draft 4 ft
Cabins 1
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID 40-6622
Keel Other Keel
Drive Type Direct
Engines 2
Total Engine Power 680 hp
Cruising Speed 17 kn
Maximum Speed 21 kn
Fuel Tanks 3
Fuel Tank Cap. 125 gal
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 50 gal
Dry Weight 36000 lb
Bridge Clearance 17 ft

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Crusader
Model: 454
Fuel: Gasoline
Engine Power: 340hp
Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct
Year: 2017
Engine Hours: 25

Engine 2 Specifications

Make: Crusader
Model: 454
Fuel: Gasoline
Engine Power: 340hp
Type: Inboard
Year: 2017
Engine Hours: 25
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