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Endeavour 33
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2 3605 Sat November 29, 2008
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100% of reviewers $42,000.00 8.0

Description: Endeavour 33
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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1887
Review Date: Wed November 18, 1998 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 


The Endeavour 33 is a modified fin keel boat drawing 4'11"
with a beam of 12. She is very well built and sails extremely well for a cruising boat. The interior space is exceptional for a vessel her size (the beam helps).
After one season of sailing her, the most inconvenient characteristic is the storage layout. So...that ain't so bad!
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Registered: January 2008
Posts: 5
Review Date: Sat November 29, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $42,000.00 | Rating: 8 

Pros: Classy interior, huge space for a 33, tons of ventilation
Cons: galley storage is sparce Vberth cramped at the peak

After one year, we love her, not as nimble as our C&C29 Mk1, but easy and comfortable to sail, great living space, fantastic for entertaining, huge dining room table easy dinner for 6 more interior space than many 35' very pretty interior good quality , a bargain boat for the going prices,much nicer than most of the competition at much more money, faster than she looks but to really get going , she likes 10+ knotts. the Yanmar GM30F is adequate power, and is very economical, lots of fuel and water tankage but holding talk could be larger. Headliner keeps condensation to a minimum in cooler weather, nothing leaks , the only improvement we can think of is Saloon doors to replace the 3 big slabs of teak which make up the washboards.
We love her and will look at another Endeavour when we move up.
ON caveat, look under floolrboards to check on iron mast step , they rust , we have heard of a good fix using either epoxy encapsulement or cement , why not it holds up skyscrapers and bridges, be sure to cast in a tubge underneath for drainage.
Our hull seems to have no osmosis problems whatsoever, deck fittings show no leaks as long as chainplates are maintained.
Great, cruiser so far, we love her
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