Other photos: Forward Cabin, Galley, Main Cabin, looking fwd, Main Cabin, looking aft, Electrical Panel, Head, Navigators Table, Quarter Berth, Cockpit, Foredeck.
The 37, Endeavour Sloop is a spcious, classic sloop, built for comfortable cruising or around the buoy's racing. The following is a review from Sea Magazine
The Endeavour 37 design concentrates on the needs of cruising with few comprises. It has a spoon bow, long waterline, a short counter and a transom stern. The keel is long but not full length, being cut away at the forefoot and deeply notched just ahead of the rudder. The notch gives the effect of a skeg rudder combination with the propeller operating in the notch. Both rudder and propeller appear well protected in case of a grounding.
The sailing rig is a low aspect ratio masthead sloop with a relatively large mainsail. Construction of the boat will delight the conservative sailor. The hull is made of solid fiberglass and laid up in one-piece mold. Cabin and deck are made as a sandwich layup wirh 3/8" plywood core. Hull and deck are joined at the sheerline with an overlapping joint bonded and bolted together. A teak capstrip covers the assembled joint.
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