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Have any of you Endeavour 37 plan B ever replaced the head pump out hose?
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Wasn't that bad in my A plan, Just remove the back of the hanging locker to access the vented loop and cut the hose into short pieces with a jig saw. When I installed the new hose I put a ball valve in line to allow for easy head repairs.

For the tank to deck fitting I had to crawl behind the engine to pull it through and guide it up. I got lucky at the deck fitting as mine is on the coaming and by removing one of the storage bins I could reach in and access the tail of the deck fitting.

Use the best hose you can get for the tank to head section to avoid odour and doing the job again.
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I have been looking and thinking and dreaming.... you know. The Endeavor 37 just looks like a good choice. Question is, is it. I want to live aboard and blue water. I have been told that the Endeavor is not built well for crossings etc. The only things I can find are leaky tanks and other relatively minor stuff. Give it to me straight. Blue water?
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I have been looking and thinking and dreaming.... you know. The Endeavor 37 just looks like a good choice. Question is, is it. I want to live aboard and blue water. I have been told that the Endeavor is not built well for crossings etc. The only things I can find are leaky tanks and other relatively minor stuff. Give it to me straight. Blue water?
If you look at the ones for sale you can find them all around the world. They got there somehow .

If you are dead serious that you are going to circumnavigate I'd look further. If you are looking for a boat for say the states, and down into the Caribbean and further south then it could be a good choice.

They are a lot of boat for what they sell for and built like a tank. I just feel the points that make them great for the areas I mentioned like the shallow draft aren't what you would like for a boat that is at sea for great distances. If you are sure that is what you are going to do I'd look at boats that are well know to be capable of those journeys,

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