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|Offered By||Integrity Yacht Sales|
“When Naval Architect Peter Ibold launched his Endurance 35 design in response to a competition in 1970, it caused something of a stir, here was a full keel, heavy displacement cruiser, designed and built to go anywhere with a highly practical pilot house and flush deck. The design has been built in many countries, in many different materials and has been stretched over the years to 50 feet or more. If you need proof of the capability of the Endurance, look no further than Unicornio, a Stratimar built Endurance 35 which operated as a charter boat in Patagonia, South Georgia and the Antarctic. (Ref: 1001 Boats Blogspot)
“Andiamo” is a beautiful example of this Peter Ibold design, built in earlier days of fiberglass construction, its builder DeKleer produced strong glass hulls. It was once a planned participant in the Golden Globe around the world race. This particular vessel is extremely well equipped for cruising in comfort and safety. Additionally the current owner has done many improvements and upgrades bringing her to a high standard of operation and reliability. Review in detail the wide list of features that would come on much higher priced vessels. If you are in the market for an economical, sound, and well maintained cruiser, this particular Endurance 35 will provide a great platform for your adventure.
Sails & Rigging
Deck, Hull & Ground Tackle
Engine / Mechanical
1997 Yanmar 3JH2 diesel (4521Hrs)
Entering the cabin from the companionway, you will be drawn into this warm and traditional teak interior, fitting for this classic design. The cabin sole is also traditionally constructed in teak & holly. To port, a 6”2” pilot berth, and to starboard, a well equipped nav station. Moving forward, the galley is to port, with a settee large enough to seat four comfortably to starboard. The settee table lowers to create a 6’2” double berth. The main cabin is bright and spacious thanks to the pilot house design feature, as well as a classic butterfly style hatch overhead.
As you move further forward, you step down through a passage into the forward cabin with a double berth to starboard and single to port. There is ample storage here this space is also bright and well ventilated. From this cabin one can access the anchor locker which stores chain & rode in two separate sections. Aft of this is also a large sail locker.
Additional Information on Navel Architect Peter Ibold
At the end of the last century, naval architecture saw the traditional look come back in force. Ibold is one of the founders of this trend, with one of the earliest examples being his 1970 design for the Endurance-35, drawn the year he founded his naval architecture office in Paris. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Ibold grew up in Connecticut. His study of civil engineering, town planning, and economics took him successively to the University of Maine (BSc), University of California at Berkeley, and Stanford University (MSc). An around-the-world trip in 1964–65 aboard a 12-meter trimaran, a first for that time period, was an adventure and a revelation for Ibold. It led to a contract with National Geographic.
Starting out as a hobby, naval architecture became a passion for Ibold. In 1970, his design for the Endurance 35 won competition. Encouraged by an enthusiastic press, he put together his own design office. The office moved to Monaco in 1977 and then back to the French Riviera in 1990 before he finally settled back in Paris in 1993.Over the years, Ibold has designed more than fifty vessels, including powerboats, sailboats, yachts and workboats. They have been built in a number of yards, such as Belliure in Spain, Stratimer in France, and Colvic Craft in Great Britain. His collaboration with Belliure has been most fruitful. His greatest successes continue to be the Endurance series, with more than one hundred and fifty 35-footers, forty 40-footers and about thirty 30-footers launched to date by Belliure alone.
For several years, Ibold lived on a Dagless Fleur de Lys, an English motoryacht. He has designed the motoryacht Albacore series (7 to 10 meters) as well as many other motor yachts. Ibold retained a love for all things concerning the sea, including his involvement with several foundations and maritime associations - a happy legacy of his round-the-world trip.
Peter Ibold died on August 20, 2010 in Paris, France.
|Length on Deck||35ft|
|Max Bridge Clearance||52ft|
|Length at Waterline||26.67ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||110 gal (Stainless Steel)|
|Fuel Tank||99 gal (Stainless Steel)|