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Endurance 35 Cutter

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Category:Sailing Boats
Manufacturer:Endurance 35 Cutter
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1974
Sales status:available
LOA:12.19 m/40 ft
Length:12.19 m/40 ft
Width:3.35 m/11 ft
Draft:1.52 m/5 ft
Category:long keel
Engine manufacturer:beta marine 1505
No. of engines:1

Remarks :
This Endurance 35 for sale with Network Yacht Brokers Plymouth is a superb opportunity for someone who really knows what these yacht have to offer.
The Endurance 35 was designed by Peter Ibold & built by various different builders, this Endurance 35s hull is built by Windboats Marine Ltd and is a ferro cement version. Windboats Marine Ltd produced very good hulls and a number of these hulls like this one were fitted out by the owners.
The current owner is a very experienced & detailed craftsman, he fitted the boat out to a professional standard & a very high spec, only the very best materials were used in build. All of the solid wood woodwork internally is Iroko, the deck fittings etc are mainly stainless steel & well reinforced.
The layout of this Endurance 35 is probably the best that I have seen to date, she is spacious & has excellent storage, the berth sizes are good, all 6'3'' in length & a generous width, the heads & galley are also very generous. There has been lots fitted into this boat without compromise.
Everything on this yacht is over specified the hull & deck have been completely insulated, the deck beams are 4 x 2 inch Iroko rather than 3 x 1.5 the deck is 15mm instead of 12mm & so it goes on!
The space on deck is great forward of the deck saloon there is ample space to pump up your dinghy on deck, sunbathe, or even put a good size paddling pool in place for the children or grandchildren when at anchor. This is a real benefit of this Endurance 35, the deck layout is excellent, moving around deck at sea is a breeze, it is uncluttered & very easy move forward to handle sails etc. 
One request when building the hull was to have extended gunwhales, this allowed a marginally higher deck that allows more headroom below decks. The cabin sole was also lowered so there is plenty of headroom throughout the boat, this mod was approved by Peter Ibold when requested.
This Endurance 35 is fitted out with long distance cruising in mind, she has big water reserves, solar panel, wind generator, & a good electronics package.
For those people who understand these boats she should be top of your list of boats to view! 

Owners Remarks:
Much loved & much admired, I have had the hull since 1974 and home completed her to a very high standard. 
She has been used for extensive cruising in the Southern UK and North and West France, though extensively used she has always been lovingly maintained.

Accommodation :
Sleeps 7 in two cabins
Forepeak with a double berth to starboard & single to port
Passage cabin with two single pilot berths to port
All berths have 24'' inches shoulder width, 21'' inches foot width & 6'4'' length 
Generous size head to starboard 
Generous size U-shaped galley to starboard
Raised deck saloon with L-shaped seating to starboard, bench seat to port & folding saloon table 
Full size chart table to port
Dedicated full size wet locker aft of the saloon to port 

Forward Cabin:
Good size V berth with  a double berth to starboard, single berth to port or an infill to create a huge double berth (as singles the berths have lee cloths, 6'4'' in length)
Drawer storage to port and starboard under the berths
Self storage to port & starboard running along the hull
Cupboard storage against the baulkhed
Stainless steel wash basin with hot and cold pressurised water and mirror
Access to the forward chain locker
Two x hull portlights
Forward deck hatch

Passage Cabin:
Two x single pilot berths to port (top berth moves to give more space when not in use, both have lee cloths, 6'3'' in length)
Opening locker below top pilot berth 
Large storage cupboard with shelves
Hull portlight

Generous size head to starboard 
Jabsco sea water toilet 
Molded hand basin with hot and cold pressurised water
Stowage below hand basin, above the fresh water tank
Locker along the side of the hull
Hull portlight 

Generous size U shaped galley to starboard
Plastimo Neptune 2000, two burner gas hob, grill & oven 
40 litre refrigerator & integral icebox
Double stainless steel sinks
Hot and cold pressurised water
Manual cold water & manual sea water
Drawer, cupboard & shelf storage throughout
Deck hatch & hull portlight 

Raised deck saloon, with L-shaped seating to starboard and nav seat doubles up as saloon table seating, saloon table has been used for up to 8 people
Panoramic fixed windows 
Bench seat to port which acts as the chart table seat or saloon table seating
Folding saloon table 
Full size chart table to port
Stowage under seating
Pilot berth to starboard
This could be deleted to allow a second double berth to be installed if required
Dedicated full size wet locker aft of the saloon to port

Inventory :
Navigation Aids:
Standard Horizon GPS Chartplotter CP180i in the cockpit (comes with cartridge)
JRC LCD radar 1000
Digital Yacht AI250, AIS transponder
Raymarine RC 435 chartplotter at the chart table (comes with cartridge)
Navico autopilot linked to instruments, with a hand held control in the cockpit
ICS Nav 6 Navtex
Full set of Navico Corus instruments in the cockpit, two repeaters in the chart table (wind, speed, depth, GPS, many spares for instrumentation)
Navicom DSC, VHF radio (linked to the GPS) 
Navico LS200 cockpit speaker 
Sestral steering compass 
Many spares for instrumentation

Ground Tackle:
45lb CQR anchor with 73m 3/8 chain
35lb Delta Kedge anchor with 55m nylon warp and 5m chain
SL Horizon 1500W electric anchor windlass (foredeck foot controls, chain locker controls & cockpit switch controls)
Double stainless steel bow roller 
Stainless steel mooring cleats x four, forward & aft
Aluminium mooring cleats x four amidships

Deck Gear:
Two x Gibb #40 two speed sheet winches
Two x Gibb Sheetmaster two speed winches
Two x Meissner #28 two speed winches
Spinlock XT mainsheet clutches
Stainless steel Stern gantry, pulpit, pushpit, stanchions, port and starboard boarding gates
Two x Darodes, deck ventilation funnels
Stainless steel boarding ladder
Three x deck hatches

Safety Equipment:
Fire extinguisher
Automatic engine room fire extinguisher 

Canvas lazybag with lazyjacks (new 2009, still in excellent condition)
Canvas sprayhood/full cockpit cover (new in 2010, all sides can be removed and the top retained to form a bimini excellent condition)
Spare winter canvas cockpit enclosure
Canvas laundered each winter
Canvas windlass cover
Various warps and fenders

Mechanical :
Ferro cement hull
Hull built by Windboats Marine Ltd in 1974, fully commissioned and launched in 1980
Designed by Peter Ibold
Refits between 2000 to 2008 (re-decked, new engine & re-rigged)
Flush decks
Hull and deck is insulated
Long keel
Wheel steering

Part 1 British registry

Beta Marine 1505, 37.5hp diesel engine (new 2005, serviced annually, currently winterized)
Heat exchanger drawn and serviced every two years
Single lever morse controls
Three blade fixed pitch bronze propeller 19 x 13
Finrad central heating system

12V and 240V system
Two x AGM 160ah batteries 
90ah AGM engine start battery
25A battery charger
Charging from Iskra 14V 100A alternator 
240V shorepower system with a galvanic isolator
Eight x 240V shorepower sockets
Two x 12V plug sockets
Mains breaker unit
80 Watt solar panel with Solaris charge control
Electric energy D400 wind generator
Victron battery monitor
Clipper battery monitor BM-1

Fresh water capacity 430 litres in three separate tanks
Fuel capacity 310 litres in two tanks 
Holding tank capacity 20 litres

Water System:
Hot and cold pressurised water
Water heated from calorifier and 3Kw calor gas boiler (new 2008)
Finrad central heating system fired from the 3Kw calor gas boiler

Stainless steel standing rigging, Staylock & Norseman (not original, replaced in 2008)
Runing rigging replaced in 2008 (removed each winter & cleaned)
Single spreader cutter rig
Aluminium anodised silver mast
Aluminium white painted boom (paint is immaculate)
Three x single line reefing points
Nemo Italy yankee furler
Colnebrook staysail furler 

Mainsail by North Sails
Yankee by Ullman Sails (new 2008)
Staysail by Ullman Sails (new 2013)
Cruising chute with snuffer (year unknown)

Waterline length30 feet
Network Yacht Brokers Plymouth
Network Yacht Brokers Plymouth