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|12-24-2008 08:15 AM|
|sailingdog||Pegasus, welcome to sailnet... I'd highly recommend you read the POST in my signature to help you get the most out of your time here. It has tips on searching sailnet, writing a good post, etc.. You might also want to re-read the Terms of Service|
|12-22-2008 08:09 PM|
|camaraderie||Pegasus...Welcome to the board...but note that you have just replied to a 5 year old thread. Note also you are not permitted to advertise your boat here except on the boat selling forum and then ONLY when you have been here 6 months or with 50 posts.|
|12-22-2008 07:56 PM|
I won the regatta in the keys in my endeavor this year. Blew away the race boats because it was blowing 35! [POST EDITED -- Commercial postings not allowed per forum guidelines.]
|05-01-2003 12:40 PM|
I have an Endeavor 37 on the Chesapeake Bay - love the roominess. Might be willing to sell. I also have a small power boat & a Cape Dory Typhoon & I travel extensively for work so the 37 is underutilized.
|04-25-2003 10:58 AM|
Slow but solid.
|04-25-2003 07:17 AM|
Sinbad, we saw a number of E37''s in the Caribbean so there doesn''t appear to be a disconnect between that choice and your cruising destination. OTOH we saw lots of other boats there, as well, and some undoubtedly sailed better when getting ''down island'' against the wind/ocean swell/current.
I''ve always thought Practical Sailor''s review of the 37 was on target; you might consider picking up a copy of it for further consideration and to help you focus on the especially pertinent issues when examing a specific boat.
|04-25-2003 06:36 AM|
Am looking at a 1978 Endeavour Sloop in good Physical but only fair Maint/Houskeeping condition. Would like opinions on the value of these boats as well as sailaing and quality opinions. She doesn''t look particularly fast but I currently have an Irwin CC 32.5 so obviously fast isn''t my main concern. Coastal cruising Bahamas and Carribean will be the grounds. Thanks for any and all advice...