The first C&N yacht of the 21st Century, has been the "Endeavour 42", a luxurious daily commuter, with a very distinctive design and sumptuously finished interior, inspired by the original C&N launches developed in the early 1900's . The name Endeavour" derives from the famous "J Class" yacht built by C&N for Sir Thomas Sopwith in 1934, to compete in the America's Cup.
"Endeavour 42" is perfect for a day trip, weekender, or as a distinguished tender for a larger yacht. "Endeavour 42" is also capable of hosting a formal lunch or dinner in the cockpit, where even the helm and navigator seats are handcrafted. Inside, there is a very spacious dinette, a high quality mahogany-finished toilette with shower, a master cabin with Plasma TV and an audio stereo system to listen to music in the entire boat.
"Endeavour 42" features the Raymond Hunt Associates deep "V" planning hull design, incorporating resin infusion laminating system, to ensure outstanding sea qualities, as well as low fuel consumption.
"Endeavour 42" is powered also with the innovative 2x350hp Volvo Penta IPS engines, which give the boat the latest technology in terms of maneuverability, with a max speed of 36 knots, and a very silent cruising speed at 32 knots.