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    Endeavour Sloop

    Deale, Maryland, Stati Uniti

    New Bottom Paint!!! D E S I G N & H I S T O R YThe Endeavour 32 began life back in 1970 as the Irwin "Classic" 32. Ted Irwin designed her as a dual-purpose cruiser-racer before the development of IOR. By 1975, the IOR was in full swing, and boats such as the Irwin 32 were obsolete as racers, since PHRF had not yet emerged to help handicap non-competitive boats raced at the club level.Although the Irwin 32 had been out-designed for racing, the hull was still a nice, clean, conservative, and comfortable design for cruising. The molds for the Irwin 32 formed the basis for Endeavour Yacht Corporation, which built about 600 Endeavour 32s until 1982. Our current membership records show hull 574 being built in January of 1982.Although the Irwin 32 and the Endeavour 32 look identical and have the same displacement, the E32 is listed by the builder as 4" wider, and 4" longer overall, and 6" longer on the waterline.The Irwin 32 was originally available as a keel/centerboard boat drawing 3'6", or with a long fin keel drawing 5'. The Endeavour 32 was originally built as keel/centerboarder with the same configuration as the Irwin 32 (3'6" board up, 7'10" board down), or with a fixed shoal keel with 4'2" draft. The original Irwin deeper keel was discontinued in 1979 in favor of the shoal keel version. Among the modifications were a different coach roof line and port configuration, cockpit coaming modification, additional interior storage and access, galley modification, integral companion way stairs, and a teak cabin sole. H U L L & D E C KThe hull is molded as a single unit of a combination of polyester resin and fiberglass woven roving and multidirectional chopped strand fiber (MCSF). The keel is molded integrally with the hull and all ballast is contained inside. The deck and cockpit, like the hull, are molded as a single unit of a combination of polyester resin and fiberglass woven roving and MCSF. Plywood coring is incorporated between layers of fiberglass in the cabin top, deck, seat, and cockpit sole areas to give additional stiffness. The non-skid finish is molded into the deck. The exterior finish is pigmented gelcoat molded onto the fiberglass. The boot and sheer stripe are also gelcoat molded permanently into the hull.The hull-to-deck joint is a 'flange' type, which during assembly, is liberally coated with a combination adhesive/sealant. The deck is then lowered onto the hull and fastened in place with stainless steel thru-bolts. The toe rail is then installed, bedded in a heavy layer of the same compound and secured in place.There is an anchor well at the bow with a haws pipe feeding the anchor rode into the v-berth locker, there are teak grab rails on the cabin top and a large aft cockpit with good back rests and storage lockers. The companionway goes down to seat height, about 12" above the cockpit sole, and has three drop boards. R U D D E R & S T E E R I N GThe rudder is molded as a single piece of solid high density foam with a protective skin of fiberglass and a gelcoat finish. The rudder post, molded integrally with the rudder, is solid stainless steel, which is welded to a steel blade in the interior of the rudder. Where the rudder post passes through the hull, water tightness is ensured by means of a stuffing box.The pedestal steering system (24" Edson wheel) operates with stainless steel cables rotating a quadrant bolted and keyed to the rudder post. S P A R S & R I G G I N GAll spars (mast, boom, and spreaders) are extruded aluminum 6061-T6 alloy, with a protective coating an all external surfaces. The main mast on the E-32 is stepped on deck with a supporting post immediately under the mast inside the cabin. The masts and booms we've seen on the E32 were Kenyon single spreader masts, and booms with single reefing capabilities and sheeting about 2/3s the way aft attached to a companionway traveler.The standing rigging is made of stainless steel wire. The forestay attaches to the stem head fitting at the bow. This is fabricated of welded stainless steel backup plates and through bolted to the hull. All other stays and shrouds are attached to chainplates at the edge of the deck and are through bolted to the hull. Additional fiberglass reinforcement is molded into the hull in all chainplate areas. The forestay, backstay, and uppers are made of 1/4" stainless steel wire, and the lowers are made of 3/16".All halyards were originally stainless steel wire rope with Dacron line tails to minimize stretch and reduce windage. All halyards are run externally to #32 Lewmar winches mounted on the mast. Sheets are led to #40 Lewmar self tailing winches in the cockpit. Sheet lead blocks clip to the toerail. The main sheet traveler is mounted on the companionway 'bridge deck'. I N T E R I O RThe interior of the Endeavour 32 is a molded fiberglass unit with bulkheads and cabinetry fastened to it with screws, bolts, and adhesives. The entire unit is pre-assembled outside the boat and then placed inside a hull with ballast and engine already in place. It is bonded in place with woven roving and mat, that when completed, forms a single unit structure having great strength and rigidity.The interior is finished with varnished teak with soft white overheads. The cabin sole is teak parquet. The interior layout is typical with a V-berth forward, the head (to port) and lockers (starboard) divide it from the main salon area which has a fold-up dining table. The port side settee pulls out to create a double berth, the starboard is a single. Aft and to port is a pilot berth and to starboard is the galley which originally came with an icebox and either a gimbaled 3-burner alcohol or gas stove with oven. The electrical panel is located immediately under the companionway, and the stairs remove to allow access to the engine.There are 10 opening ports (Beckson) and two large Atkins-Hoyle deck hatches (strong drop forged aluminum with 3/4" Lexan), one each over the v-berth and salon area. Early model boats had 6 opening and 4 large fixed ports. Call Galahad Marine Sales 833-425-2423

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