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2 boats named "Condor":

 

Condor, K 707
à jour au: 2014
1976 Plan John Sharp, Builder Bowman Construction Ship Yard, LOA: 23.47m


1976 Owner: Bob Bell

Heath Condor, KB 707
1977
F
irst yacht to race with a carbon fibre mast
Whitbread Round-The-Race
: 15e/15 en 144d00h temps réel, rating IOR: 65.5',
Leslie Williams & Robin Knox-Johnston
Photos extraites du livre "Un Siécle de Voile" de O. Le Carrer

Condor of Bermuda is a polished mahogany race boat; and is often confused with its successor, Condor (sometimes referred to as Condor II , which was of Kevlar and composite construction, and slightly larger, due to IOR rule changes. The two boats were colloquially known as The Grand Piano and Plastic Condor or the Brown Bus by those who had sailed on both.It was the in 1977 in the Whitbread Around the world Race.
After developing a substantial lead, Heath's Condor was ultimately uncompetitive in the first leg (UK to Cape Town), due to a catastrophic rig failure.
Won the second leg (Cape Town to Auckland, New Zealand)
Second in the third leg (cracked mast)(Auckland to Rio de Janeiro)
First in the fourth (final leg) (Rio de Janeiro to Portsmouth)

Picture from the book "L'Année Bateaux 1977-78",

19?? Heather Cup – Auckland Anniversary Regatta: 1st/??

1979 Heather Cup – Auckland Anniversary Regatta: 1st/??
Fastnet race: 8e/305, line honours in record time
Octobre "Bateaux",

Photo extraite du livre "Un Siécle de Voile" de O. Le Carrer


26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 103e/147 IOR, corrected time 3d13h23', TCF: 1.0667

1980 Damaged on a reef in Tahiti. Salvaged, rebuilt, and re-campaigned

Condor Of Bermuda, KB 78

1981 Picture from "Sydney-Hobart official programme",

26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 99e/139 IOR, corrected time 4d08h14', TCF: 1.0563, Bob BELL, (which was the closest ever finish, winning by just 7 seconds against Apollo III during a gruelling match race up the River Derwent)

2009 August, seen in Thailand, Yacht Haven Marina, coming out of refit, picture from wingssail-images,

2014 DailySail, Heath’s Condor - 79ft John Sharp design From Andrew Troup (2/10/12): Heath's Condor was renamed Condor of Bermuda (ref wikipedia entry under this name) and later had a cabin added, effectively becoming a cruising/charter yacht. Last seen in 2009 in Thailand.



Condor Of Bermuda, KB 80
à jour au: 1996
1981 Plan Ron Holland, Build by , 79ft

 

1982 26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 95e/119 IOR, corrected time 3d06h06', TCF: 1.0701, ??,
Picture from "Yachting World" March 1995,

Condor,
1983
26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 73e/173, corrected time 3d05h19', TCF: 1.615, Bob BELL
"L'Année Bateaux" mars 1984,

1984 Picture from "Sydney-Hobart official programme",

26 December, Sydney to Hobart: DNF,

1984–87 Converted into a luxury cruise yacht
Sailed in the South Pacific, Great Barrier Reef, and completed several Sydney-Hobart's under the cruising category, with original owner Bob Bell

1986 February, SORC, Florida: 6e/6 Classe 1
26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 12e/106, corrected time ?', TCF: 1.0573, Bob BELL

1989 26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 78e/108, corrected time ?', TCF: 1.0538, Bob BELL

1990 26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 14e/49, corrected time ?', TCF: 1.0574, Bob BELL or Tony PAOLA

1992 26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 15e/33 IOR , corrected time 3d05h34', TCF: 1.0507, Bob BELL

1994 26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 126e/236, corrected time 3d05h47', TCF: ?, Bob BELL

Condor of Currabubula, KB 80
1995
July, Sydney Gold Coast Yacht Race: 13e/13 IMS 1, Tony PAOLA

1996 26 December, Sydney to Hobart: 18e/59 IMS, corrected time 2d21h10', TCF: 0.9453, Tony PAOLA

1997 January "Yachts & Yachting",

2009 August, Audi Hamilton Island Race Week: 17 - 1 - 11 - 9 - 3 - (18) = 10e/21 Cruising 1, David MOLLOY

2013 August, Audi Hamilton Island Race Week: ?e/??, David MOLLOY
Picture from race's website,