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Anyone want to be Crockett

1985 Endeavor 42 center console sloop sailboat for sale in Florida
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Re: Anyone want to be Crockett

Keep an eye out for Elvis when you step aboard!
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Re: Anyone want to be Crockett

I wonder if the foredeck still smells of alligator poop?
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Re: Anyone want to be Crockett

I'd rather have the Scarab!
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Re: Anyone want to be Crockett

I saw a Scarab in SoCal last year done as an exact replica, it was called "My Vice"...... But that Endeavor is really nice...perfect live aboard IMHO
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Re: Anyone want to be Crockett

And it's the only "Center Console" sailboat in existence.

Now if it could just be re-rigged as a "Cutter/Ketch" you'd really have something.
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Re: Anyone want to be Crockett

Nice boat for sure, but no name on it... if it really was St. Vitus Dance from Miami Vice why would you paint over the name? And Wiki, which granted must always be viewed with some skepticism, indicates multiple boats were used, a Cabo Rico 38, an Endeavor 40, and two different 42's. Yet this boat supposedly spent 5 years on a show that only lasted 5 seasons...

I think I'll call BS...
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