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W9720

Endeavour 35

Lying

ashore Hampshire

Builder

Endeavour Yacht Corporation, Largo, Florida USA.

Year

1983

Price

£22,000

LOA

35' 5"

Sail area

670 sq ft

Brief details

LWL

29' 6"

Rig

Sloop

Rare in the UK, the Endeavour 35 is a moderate displacement cruising yacht with a nicely fitted out interior with (like many USA built boats) excellent headroom and good sized berths. The Endeavour 35s were clearly built to a very high standard - the quality of the joinery is excellent and details such as chainplates are very strong.This 1983 example was brought into the UK in 1998 just before the requirement for imported yachts to be RCD certified. On importation she was granted VAT-free status by HM Customs - we have a copy of the document. She is for sale now only because of the owner's health issues.

Beam

12' 2"

Cabins

Forecabin and saloon

Draught

4' 11"

Berths

5

Displacement

13,250 lbs

Engine

Volvo MD2030 diesel

Ballast

5,630 lbs

BHP

29

Keel type

Fin keel with encapsulated lead ballast and rudder on partial skeg

Sailplan

Endeavour Yachts was started in 1974, and built quite large numbers of yachts from 33 ft to 54 ft, for some years producing 200 boats a year. The company was sold on in the late 1980s, and went through several changes of ownership eventually switching to building power catamarans and now operating as Endeavour Catamarans - though they have also built a few of the older monohull designs as custom builds.


The Endeavour 35 was designed by Bruce Kelley, and is a very traditional looking cruising yacht. Slightly heavier and beamier than most European crusing yachts, she carries a big enough rig to be a moderately fast cruiser. The interior is fitted out in very traditional style, with lots of solid and good quality joinery. Like most American boats the interior is spacious, and has good headroom and berths a little larger than are typical in British boats.

She has a fin keel with rudder on a partial skeg. The hull is GRP with a closed cell polyvinyl foam core. The keel is moulded integrally with the hull and all lead ballast is contained inside. The deck and cockpit is also polyvinyl cored with plywood incorporated in areas for extra reinforcement. The hull-to-deck joint is a flange type, with adhesive and S/S bolts. There is a substantial teak capping rail round the deck.

An old Endeavour brochure for the design can be seen here - the bikini sailing attire is clearly from Florida.

Owners photo - Endeavour 35 for sale
Endeavour 35 for sale
Ashore quarter
Deck

Yachtsnet photos
all July 2020

Bow detail
Deck aft
Deck detail

The coachroof windows were all replaced with new S/S framed windows in the present ownership

Endeavour 35 for sale
Cockpit
Cockpit forward
Endeavour 35 for sale
Forecabin

The forecabin has a large vee-double berth with an infill and good locker space.

Forecabin lockers
Heads
Accommodation plan
Saloon forward
Saloon - Endeavour 35 for sale

Saloon headroom is approx 6' 6"

Saloon aft
Saloon aft port side
Chart table

The berth aft of the chart table was intended as a double, but it is quite a small double - or a very large single.

Galley

The engine was replaced in 2002 with a Volvo Pent MD2030 freshwater cooled diesel which has now run 828 hours.

It was last serviced in late 2018, but the boat has been ashore and unused since then. On the day these photos were taken, the engine was briefly test run ashore - it started quickly.

The engine water pump also feeds a water lubricated stern gland.

Engine
Plan
Endeavour 35 for sale
Moored
Brochure photo

This is quite an impressive yacht - she was clearly a quality build when new and has stood up well to the years. When photographed in July 2020 she had been ashore 18 months, with the decks briefly hosed off before hand. She needs new standing rigging (probably £2,500) and a few other minor jobs, none expensive or difficult, and could then be sailed away. We have taken this into account in the asking price, which also reflects the owners preference for a quick sale.

Inventory: (provisional)

Engine details

Volvo MD2030, freshwater cooled 29 hp installed 2002, run 828 hours. Last serviced late 2018 and unused since then. Test run ashore with the owner when these Yachtsnet photos were taken in July 2020.

Fuel tank capacity

Believed approx 85 litres

Propeller

Three bladed Maxprop feathering prop with water-lubricated sterngland with water feed from engine

Batteries

2 x 110AH

Battery charging/electrics

Engine alternator, Rutland wind charger and Victron 30 amp mains charger. Matric battery meter.

Sails and deck equipment

Rig details

Sloop rig, Kenyon Spars keel stepped alloy mast, S/S standing rigging from 2004

Mainsail

Sanders Sails ( valeted and stored at sailmakers )

Genoa

Sanders Sails ( valeted and stored at sailmakers )

Genoa furling

Furlex 200S

Primary winches

2 x Harken 53 two-speed

Halyard winches

Lewmar 24 and 30

Bower anchor

33 lb Bruce with 33 metres 5/16" chain and 58 metres warp

Kedge anchor

Fortress with chain and warp

Steering

Wheel

Autopilot

Raymarine ST6002 with ST4000 Mk II wheel drive

Steering compass

Plastimo Olympic 135 on binnacle

Warps & fenders

8 warps and 4 fenders

Miscellaneous

Cockpit sprayhood, cockpit table

Navigation Equipment and instruments

GPS/Chartplotter

Garmin Echomap 50DV GPS/plotter and Garmin GPS-158i GPS

Log/speed

Raymarine ST60+ (repeater at chart table)

Depth sounder

Raymarine ST60+ (repeater at chart table)

Windspeed/direction

Raymarine ST60 (repeater at chart table)

VHF radio

Icom IC-M505 with DSC

VHF radio (handheld)

Icom

Radio receiver

Audiovox radio/CD player

Safety/emergency equipment

Liferaft

Plastimo - overdue for service

Lifebuoy

Horseshoe

Radar reflector

Mast mounted

Bilge pump

Auto electric

Interior

Cabin layout

Forecabin, heads and saloon

Berths

5

Water tank capacity

2 x 25 gallon tanks

Cooker

2-burner and oven

Coolbox

Coolbox with refrigeration - refrigeration possibly not working

Heads

Jabsco

 

Miscellaneous

 

Cradle

4-leg collapsible cradle from Yacht Leg & Cradle Co.

These particulars are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed and are subject to confirmation by the purchaser subject to still being available.

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The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not a part of any contract or offer, and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be conducted via Yachtsnet Ltd., who are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars, and where appropriate, at his own expense, to employ qualified agents to carry out surveys, structural and/or mechanical & electrical checks or tests

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