Condor 40 (Florida)

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Asking: $100,000 (USD) Location: Fort Pierce, Florida (Florida)
Aiki is a Fort Pierce, Florida based 1987 Condor 40 Trimaran Catamaran For Sale By Broker
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
Responses to inquiries may come from a broker, and this sale may include brokerage fees.

Used trimaran for sale. Racing/cruising trimaran. Pre-owned trimaran. Condor 40 trimaran. Located in Fort Pierce, FL. All new equipment and systems. Vessel is currently being used as a 6 pack charter vessel. 

The most beautiful boats to ever sail the seven seas, and the fastest production sailboat ever, with a top speed of 45+ mph (ordinary sailboat’s top speed: 8 mph), the futuristic trimarans were designed by Condor Limited co-founders Phil Herting and Mick Price, and built in Annapolis from 1985 to 1991. 

A Ferrari on the water, like something out of Star Wars, turning heads wherever they go, Condor 40’s are 40 ft. long, 28 ft. wide, bullet-proof, and built to take anything that Mother Nature can dish out. They were designed to be incredibly stable to survive racing in 40-50 ft. seas the ocean races – including “around the world” races with only 1 or 2 crew members.

Condor 40′s are roomy. On ordinary sailboats/powerboats it’s like riding the bus because you’re stuck in your seat in the cockpit almost the entire time. But on a Condor — with her two roomy side-decks, huge bow, and dual pontoons — you have plenty of room to leisurely recline, stretch out in super-comfy seats, or easily explore the boat, lazily dangle your feet in the water, get splashed, and watch the mesmerizing water fly by.

Catamaran Name:Aiki
Model:40 Trimaran
Year Built:1987
Builder:Phil Herting/Condor Ltd.
Designer:Mick Price
Loa:41.58 ft / 12.67 m
Lwl:35.00 ft / 10.67 m
Beam:28.17 ft / 8.59 m
Draft:7.67 ft / 2.34 m
Displacement:6,800.00 lb / 3,084 kg
Mast Height:1.83 ft / 0.56 m
Fuel Tanks:25 gal
Water Tanks:35 gal
Holding Tanks:x1 gallons
Engines:Volvo Penta D1-30 (2017) 29HP
Engine Hours:Port: 300 / Stbd: 300

Catamaran Inventory

Layout & Accommodations

  • Two Berths
  • One Navigation Station
  • Galley
  • Engine/mechanical Compartment
  • Marine Head


  • Origo Two Burner Denatured Alcohol Stove-new 2016
  • 12v Freshwater Sink
  • Seafrost 12v Refrigerator

Deck & Equipment

  • Vessel Interior Sprayed Awl Grip- 2016
  • Vessel Exterior Painted Interlux Interprotect 2000e Sides And Below Water Line-2016
  • Vessel Exterior Painted With Awl Grip-2016
  • Mantus M2 Anchor
  • Freshwater Rinse Down Deck Pump-new 2023

Electronics & Navigation

  • Global Fix Acr Epirb-new 2023
  • Weems And Plath Masthead Navigation Light-new 2023

Electrical, Power & Plumbing

  • 2 X 12v Trojan Solar Batteries-new 2023
  • Interstate Starting Battery-new 2023
  • 2 X Kyocera Solar Panels
  • Blueseas Systems Electrical Breaker Panel-new 2023
  • Vessel Re-wired In 2023
  • 3 X Jabsco Water Puppy Bilge Pumps-new 2023
  • Elecroscan Marine Sanitation Device-new 2017
  • Xantrex Inverter
  • Removable Wind Turbine
  • 2 X Katadyn 12v Desalinators
  • Raritan Flushing Marine Head
  • All Plumbing Replaced-2023
  • 35 Gallon Water Tank

Engine & Mechanical

  • Volvo Penta D1-30 Engine-replaced 2017 With 300 Hours (as Of December 2023)
  • Volvo Penta 130sr-c Sail Drive
  • Volvo Penta Two Blade Folding Propeller
  • Prop Speed On Sail Drive And Propeller-new 2023
  • 25 Gallon Marine Fuel Bladder

Sails & Rigging

  • Sparcraft Mast
  • Selden Boom
  • Forestay, Shrouds, And Diamond Standing Rigging All Rod-inspected And Replaced As Needed In 2021
  • All Running Rigging Replaced 2021
  • North Sails 3di Main Sail-new 2021
  • North Sails 3di Reefable Jib-new 2021
  • North Sails A-symmetrical Spinnaker-2003
  • All Sails Inspected And Repaired As Needed By North Sails Fort Lauderdale-November 2023

Additional Information

  • Trinidad Hd Bottom Paint-new November 2023

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Michael @ Yachts Unlimited

By Michael @ Yachts Unlimited

Michael joined The Catamaran Company in mid 1996 as the purchase, warranty, dock, technical and service manager. Then in early 1997, he changed 'hats' and became a yacht sales broker. Having been a devout monohull sailor, Michael can honestly say that his first experience sailing a catamaran was an "epiphany"! "I spent too many years of my life at an angle," he says, "plus, now my wife enjoys sailing with me". Follow Michael as he goes into the "Space Age" of catamarans with Power Cats. He also has great knowledge about the Multihull Super yachts, having researched much of it, and having been on charter on the 138 ft "Douce France" with clients. He keeps up on many of the new designs and yachts coming out.