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Old 07-05-2005
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Endeavour 35?

We (a couple) are looking for a boat for the Bahamas and Caribbean - 34-36 ft range. We have at most 50K US to spend on buying a boat - the Endeavour 35 seems to fit the bill very well, but I can''t seem to find any opinions of their suitability for this type of cruising. How well built are these boats? Are there common problems to look out for, or are there flaws that are serious enough that we should avoid these boats altogether? How do they compare with others in the same size/price range?

Thanks for your advice!

John
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Endeavour 35?

If my memory is functioning ok, I think Practical Sailor did a review on this boat. It will cost you $20 to get it from their site.

My recollection of the article is that the 35 is very solid offshore boat, but a bit slow.
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Endeavour 35?

Endevours have a tendency for core rot. The decks do like to go bad and the rot can be a problem and an expense to fix. A neighbor sold his 33 and that problem turned up in the survey.
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