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Smile E-37

I have a Endeavour 37 which is new to me in 2008. I'm glad to see Endeavour added to this list.

I to have been busy upgrading a 1982 model. So far I'v added a NASA instrument package, Tripp-lite charger/inverter, Force 10 galley stove/microwave combo, new foam for the cushions, head , and a Quick electric windlass.

Any other E-37 owners out there?
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Another E 37

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Don't have much to add yet! Just purchased my E37 A plan and delivering this week. Coming North up ICW from SC to Annapolis. I'm sure I'll have plenty to say after her maiden voyage with me
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Welcome and congrats on the new boat.

Have you found the Endeavour owners website yet?
Endeavour Sailboat Owners Forum

there is a forum there also.

Enjoy your new boat.
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Talking Endeavour 37

Bought an 82' E37 A plan last year along with a Sailrite LSZ-1 sewing machine.
The admiral has made new setee and cockpit cushions, hatch covers, port light screens, new dodger, mast cover, winch covers, bbq grill cover, captain and rear births mattersses, resewn the genoa, and currently working making a bag to store all the cushions.
I have added a chartplotter, bildge pump, magazine racks, portable a/c, TV antenna, and setee table. Next will be lazy jacks.

Nothing like messing about in boats.
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Count down to launch. Launch is always a good excuse to buy boat toys.
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Have been researching sailboats for a couple of years now and have set my sights on an Endeavor 37 Plan 'A'. This thread, though new, will hopefully give me more desire to acquire one of these in the very near future. Hope ya don't mind my sitting in and the occasional question.

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