32 1977 Endeavour 32 - ENDEAVOUR

32 1977 Endeavour 32 32' 0" ENDEAVOUR 1977 $17,500 USD


1 каюта
32' 0" (9.75 m)
9' 9" (2.97 m)
4' 2" (1.27 m)
Год постройки:
Тип судна:
Крейсерская яхта
1 двиг. Yanmar 3YM20
Florida - Central West Coast United States
Купить яхту 32 1977 Endeavour 32 - ENDEAVOUR
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Тип судна:
Крейсерская яхта
Модельный год:
Год постройки:
United States


Длина общая:
32' 0" (9.75m)
Длина по ватерлинии:
25' 4" (7.72m)
9' 9" (2.97m)
Макс. осадка:
4' 2" (1.27m)

Скорость, вместимость и масса

11700 Pounds
Вместимость воды:
65 Gallons
Объем топливного бака:
20 Gallons


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Всего ком. состава:

Корпус и палуба

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Estate Sale. Boat was Just Powered into Storage Yard and runs great. She Features a 2015 Yanmar with only 75 Hours. She is also a very solid boat  Everything that goes with the boat is inside the cabin, so she is a bit cluttered. If you can see past the clutter you will have a gem. Contact us Today!!

*2015 Yanmar Diesel Engine, *21 HP, *75 Hours, *Fresh Water Cooled, *2015 Transmission, New Thru Hulls 2015 (All) *Dual Batteries, *Dual Battery Switch, *Inverter, * GPS, Chart Plotter, *Auto Pilot, *Power Winch Handle, *Inflatable Dingy, *MORE!!



Captain's Chair w Arm Rests

Cockpit Cushions

Seats 7

Bimini Top

Cockpit Canvas Enclosure (In Bag not Itemized) 

Main Sail Cover

Stainless Steel Steering Wheel

Helm Electronics Station


Newer Interior Upholstery

V-Berth Forward w Hanging Closet

Settee to Both Port and Starboard

Convertible Dinette

Aft Quarter Berth

Enclosed Head Compartment w Stand Up Fresh Water Shower and Jabasco Flushing Toilet


Origo 4000 Alcohol 2 Burner Stove

Stainless Steel Sink

Ice Box


New Engine, New Transmission, New Shaft and New Thru Hulls ALL Brand New in 2015

Yanmar 3YM20 Engine w 75 Hours

Kanzaki KM2 2.62 Transmission

Fresh Water Cooled

Winch Rite Power Winch Cordless

Bilge Pump




GPS and Chart Plotter (Not onboard, will be identified at a later date)

Raymarine Auto Pilot

Standard Horizon VHF Radio

Data Marine Speed Gauge

Data Marine Depth Finder

SR Mariner Wind Speed

Brand New Ritchie Compass



30 Amp Shore Power

Shore Power Cord

1000 Pro Watt Inverter

Dual Batteries

Dual Battery Switch


Mainsail in Good Condition

Genoa in Good Condition

Standing Rigging is Good

Running Rigging Fair to Good

Lewmar 30 Winches Port and Starboard Appear Excellent

Spinnaker Pole

Pro Furl Genoa Furling 



8' Quicksilver Inflatable Dinghy w Carry Bag


The Endeavour 32 began life back in 1970 as the Irwin 32. Ted Irwin designed her as a dual purpose cruiser-racer before the development of the IOR. By 1975, the IOR was in full swing, and boats such as the Irwin 32 were obsolete as racers, since PHRF had not yet emerged to help handicap non-competitive boats raced at the club level.

Although the Irwin 32 had been out-designed for racing, the hull was still a comfortable design for cruising. The molds for the Irwin 32 formed the basis for Endeavour Yacht Corporation, which continued to build the boat as the Endeavour 32 until 1982.

Although the Irwin 32 and the Endeavour 32 look identical and have the same displacement, the Endeavour 32 is listed by the builder as being 4" wider, 4" longer overall, and 6" longer on the waterline.

Although the rig of the Endeavor 32 is fairly large, her relatively heavy displacement compared to dual purpose 32-footers built today makes her somewhat slower than a more modern boat of the same overall length. The Endeavour 32’s ballast/displacement ratio of 40% implies a fairly stiff boat, but because of the boat’s shoal draft and narrow beam she is not as stiff as newer, lighter boats of the same length. While the Endeavour 32 is not a tender boat, her narrow beam and relatively high center of gravity mean she will heel fairly quickly.

All Endeavour 32s came with diesel engines, but there is a lot of difference in the engines that were used. In 1975, 1976, and 1977 models, a 12 hp Yanmar diesel was standard equipment. In our opinion, that engine is simply too small for a boat this size. It will be fine in a flat calm, but there’s not enough power to push the boat into any wind or sea. Some boats in the same period were equipped with the Westerbeke L-25 engine, and others with the Yanmar 2QM20. The bigger Yanmar became standard in 1978, but a three-cylinder Universal diesel of about 24 hp was also an option in late-model boats.

No owners responding to our survey report major structural problems. There are, however, reports of hairline gelcoat crazing on both the hull and deck. One owner also reported extensive deck delamination. Still another comments that a surveyor found loose tabbing around a bulkhead in the forward cabin. In general, there were a higher than average number of owner complaints about gelcoat.

The frequency of bottom blistering reports is about average for boats generally sailed in warmer waters.

For a relatively narrow boat, the Endeavour 32 is roomy. Headroom on centerline is about 6' 4". The original stepped cabin trunk—an Irwin design trademark—was replaced in the middle of the boat’s production history with a more modern-looking cabin trunk which is slightly tapered in profile. Cabin headroom was not significantly altered. Headroom is carried well forward over the forward cabin.

The Endeavour 32 is a comfortable, reasonably capable cruising boat. It would make a good coastal cruiser or island hopper. The basic design and construction are sound enough to justify the numerous additions and modifications necessary to make the boat suitable as a limited offshore cruiser for areas such as the Bahamas or the Caribbean.

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