Concord 1

Coastal Craft celebrates its largest yacht, the Concord 65, built by the Gibson's BC company. Among the Coastal Craft 65' Concord's features are a very impressive full-beam master en suite with marble floors, walls and ceilings and in floor radiant heat.
A spacious, full-height walk-in engine room has aft entry door from swim platform and interior entry doors. 
Volvo joystick controls at both the lower and upper helm plus two joystick wing docking stations in the aft cockpit ensure easy, stress-free docking. No crew required. 
Stay tuned to Canadian Yachting online and in print for a full review of the newest addition to the Coastal Craft fleet.
Concord 2
Concord 3
Concord 4 Concord 265' Concord specifications: 
    Length overall 66' 9"'
    Length overall 64'6"
    Length @ waterline 54' 0"
    Beam – maximum 16' 11"
    Draft 5' 0"<
    Height above waterline 24' 0"
    Transom deadrise 12 degrees
    Fuel capacity 1000 US gal
    Long range fuel capacity 1330 US gal
    Fresh water capacity 220 US gal
    Black water capacity 125 US gal
    Propulsion (2) Volvo IPS 1200
    Engines (2) Volvo D13-900
    Drives (2) Volvo IPS3
    Propellers (2) Volvo Q4
    Max speed 31 knots
    Max cruising speed 26 knots
    Range @ 24 knots 500 NM
    Half loaded displacement 78,900 lbs
    Light displacement 59,000 lbs
    Fuel Diesel  
   CE rating Category B 
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