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Price: $42,900
Brand: Endeavour
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1984
Length: 35 ft.
Location: Buffalo, New York
Name: Intrigue

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The Endeavour 35 is an example of the fine craftsmanship and woodwork you can get from a well maintained 1980’s vintage yacht.  Beautifully varnished wood inside and out, it catches the eye of all dockmates.  The cruising performance is not to be understated either.  This boat is above and beyond just any Endeavour though, with custom upgrades like the bow thruster, air conditioning/heat, electric head, new navigational electronics and more.  The current owner is an electrical engineer and a lifelong sailor who does it right.  Overall a great boat full of amenities at an affordable price. 

 

A two-owner, always sailed in fresh water, boat and currently in Buffalo, NY. Asking $42,900. Give a call to setup a viewing.

 

Significant recent upgrades:

WEBASTO AC + Reverse Cycle Heat Unit

Yacht Thruster 180 Simplex external pod-type bow thruster w/wireless remote

CUSTOM CANVAS dodger, winter cover and recovered cushions in V berth & Quarter berth

Electronics – A Garmin GPSMAP 742XS Chart plotter & NMEA 2000 network that integrates with a

Garmin AIS-300 VHF marine radio with wireless handset

AIRMAR DST-800 thru-hull depth/speed/temperature transducer

Fusion MS-BB300R black box Stereo and waterproof box speakers

Garmin Gwind wireless mast top wind instrument

JABSCO electric head, 20-gal tank with Raritan hose, external level monitor

KINLEVEN Marine mast-track climbing ladder

Plexiglass in opening hatches replaced with Low-E double layer tempered glass.

 

Specifications:

LOA: 35’5”  

LWL: 29’6”

Beam: 12'2" 

Draft: 4’11”

Displacement:  13,250 lbs

Ballast:  5,630 lbs

Fuel Capacity: 33 Gallons

Water Capacity: 76 Gallons

Holding Tank:  15 Gallons

Inboard Engine: Yanmar Diesel

 

Deck/Hull:

Bow & Stern Pulpits, Stainless Steel

Deck Handrails, Wood

1 Foredeck Hatch

Lifelines, Double with Stainless Steel Stanchions

Mooring Cleats

Nonskid Deck

Wooden Captain’s Seat

Wooden grate cockpit floor insert

Cockpit Cushions

Blue Stripes

Steering Wheel

Steering pedestal w/ wooden drink holder and compass

Mainsheet system

Helm Seat (wooden)

Starboard side cockpit locker for storage

Manual Bilge Pump

Self Tailing Lewmar 46 winches

 

Sails:

Hood Mainsail with main cover, lazy jacks

Hood Genoa, roller furling

North Sails Staysail, roller furling

 

Systems/Electronics:

Raymarine AutoPilot

Garmin GPSMAP 742XS Chart plotter & NMEA 2000 network that integrates with a

Garmin AIS-300 VHF marine radio with wireless handset

AIRMAR DST-800 thru-hull depth/speed/temperature transducer

Fusion MS-BB300R black box Stereo and waterproof box speakers

Garmin Gwind wireless mast top wind instrument

Compass

110 AC Shorepower w/cord

NAV lights

 

Main Salon/Cabin:

Cabin Lighting

Deluxe Cushions (Blue)

Dinette Table with Hinging Leaves (3 fold)

Teak Woodwork

Teak interior handrails

Storage Shelving

Fresh Water System

Adler Barbour Refrigeration

Force 10 Stove/Oven

Double Sink with upgraded faucet

Cutting Board

Storage Cabinets

Storage Drawers

Weems & Plath Clock and Barometer

 

Forward Cabin:

Cabin Lighting

Deck Hatch, Opening

V-Berth Cushions, reupholstered

Hanging Locker

 

Additional Items:

Steel Cradle

Fenders

Docklines

Whisker Pole

Anchor & rode

Swim Ladder

Winter Cover


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Tim Finkle, CPYB - Sales & Marketing Manager

Youngstown, NY

Email: timfinkle@rcryachts.com

Phone: 860-917-5416

Tim joined RCR Yachts in February 2014.  He grew up in Youngstown, learning to sail in the Youngstown YC Jr. Sailing program.  After leaving the area to attend Connecticut College and then work in New York City for 8 years, he decided to move home and follow his passion for boating.  He actively races his J/70 “Junior” all over the country and locally as a member of the Youngstown Yacht Club, where he is on the board of directors.  He is the co-chair of the CanAm Challenge that hosts a one-design regatta each July at YYC.  Tim is also on the board for Sail America. He works out of the Youngstown and Buffalo offices and lives in Lewiston with his wife Aly and kids Cole & Louise.