2010 Concorde 41 ft Pilothouse Bonanza
Steve Seaton design – Coastal cruising pilothouse
From the desk of naval architect Steve Seaton, the Concorde 41 Pilothouse was designed to be a capable coastal cruising yacht, easily single handled with an open concept salon and pilothouse that provides the helms-person 360 degree visibility. The interior is finished in a handcrafted Brazilian cherry with a spacious salon, owner’s stateroom forward and a head with a large stall shower. The salon features large windows, a starboard side L-settee with table, entertainment center and a port side galley.
Mechanical equipment includes
- Single Cummins QSB5.9-380HO diesel providing cruising speeds up to 10 knots and a top speed of 14.
- 6kw Northern Lights generator
- MagnaSine MS2812 inverter/charger
- SidePower bow thruster
- Hurricane II 34,000 BTU hydronic diesel furnace
- Garmin, RayMarine & Icom navigational equipment
- Roskelley Olsson davit
- KVH-M3 Trac Vision sat TV receiver.
- AGM house and start batteries
Bonanza was cruised from Whittier, Alaska to Seattle this summer. It is a great couples Pacific Northwest cruising pilothouse.
Provided by Martin Snyder, Seattle Yachts