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1982 Endurance Cutter

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The Endurance 35 is a classic heavyweight long-distance cruiser designed by Peter Ibold. You will see a wide range of prices for the Endurance 35 as they have been built in all kinds of materials including steel and ferro cement. This Endurance 35 is built of fiberglass with a heavy solid lay up (deKleer Bros. Vancouver). With her cutter rig she is one of the most desirable Endurance 35’s built. She represents the best of the fleet. She has a beautiful interior and all the cruising gear you need to go sailing. Her hull was laid up in 1977, but the boat was not commissioned into the water until 1982. The first owner owned a metal fabricating business and added many custom features to the boat that add to its original strength and overall beauty. She was re-powered in 1997 with a new Yanmar 38. In 2005 she had all new electronics installed. Over the past few years she has many upgrades. This is a very sea-worthy and comfortable yacht to live aboard. She makes a capable and superb companion for adventure on any waters and is one of those really special boats. When you see her, you will appreciate the care that she has always had.

Equipment on Board:

Fully equipped for extended, comfortable cruising:
Some of the equipment (could not fit all in here):
– 110 gals water SS (all tanks have gauges)
– 90 gals diesel
– 16 gal holding tank
– 10 gal hot water
– pressure water
– Y valve and deck pump out capabilities
– shower & sink & toilet in head with lots of storage
– Furuno 1623 Radar(new in 2005 pole mounted)
– NavMan Tracker 5500 with plotter (2006)
– VHF Uniden Oceanus – with DSC & cockpit speaker & WHAM
– Navman depth & wind dir & speed
– Navman multi-function repeater display
– single side band ICOM 735
– insulated backstay with dynaplate
– copper grounding system for SSB
– autopilot Navico PH500 year 2000
– dual racor 500’s installed
– fuel tank inspection and clean out port & level gauges
– 4 six volt house batteries & 1 12 volt starter Duralast HD (all new 2010)
– Balmar Alternator 110 amp
– Balmar ARS regulator
– Battery Monitor: Blue Seas digital gauge & display
– DC Electrical Breaker Panel
– tricolor light with strobe (masthead)
– LED anchor light
– deck level lights
– steaming light
– stern light
– antique brass kerosene salon light modified for 12 volt
– 12v Nova Kool
– electric bilge pumps (2)
– cockpit fresh water washdown
– 110 volt shore power system
– 30 amp shore power connection
– Xantrex true charge 40 plus battery charger
– AC breaker panel
– Espar diesel heater piped throughout interior
– Solar panels: Siemens, two 55 watt panels with SunSavr 10 system 600 volts.
– wind generator, KISS 6 diode high output
– deck stepped mast
– 52 foot clearance
– mast pulled (2011)
– standing rigging 2008
– running back stays
– Genoa 110% on furler
– Yankee
– Staysail with Simplicity Furl system
– Gennaker with sock and pole
– Mainsail with full batten & batt carrs
– two reef points set up with slab reefing system & line stoppers
– Winches -Primaries: Arco 44’s
– Secondaries: Arco 10’s
– full long keel
– skeg hung rudder
– hand-laid fiberglass
– new windlass installed 2007
– solid deck with backing plates for deck hardware
– hull deck joint is an inward flange and an outward flange glued and through-bolted
– bottom paint Jan 2010, Ameron ablative
– nonskid repainted in 2009
– Dorades with boxes: three
– dingy stowage on davits
– motor mount on stern rail
– all instruments visible in cockpit
– Wagner hydraulic steering
– new cockpit full enclosure (2009), storm clothes
– dodger with handrails (hard dodger joins to canvas)
– windlass is electric AnchorLift Mako 1500
– anchor wash down system
– primary bow anchor: Bruce 44 lbs, 150 ft of 3/8 inch chain, anchor on bow & rode in anchor locker port side
– stern anchor: on brackets

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