ENDURANCE is an unusual offering: a recent, substantial refit (at a cost of 1M + ) along with a price reduction has created a very unique opportunity.
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One piece fiberglass hull with Airex core and internal lead ballast. One piece deck assembly with teak decking. ENDURANCE is an unusual offering: a recent, substantial refit (at a cost of 1M + ) along with a price reduction has created a very unique opportunity.
“ENDURANCE” offers three staterooms with three head compartments. Owner’s quarters are aft and guests are forward.
Starting forward, aft of the chain locker, is a V-berth with custom mattress and filler cushion. There are two under counter storage lockers with double doors. Bulkheads are off-white laminate with teak trim in classic Herreshoff style. There are brass reading lamps, a large overhead hatch for access to the foredeck. Reverse cycle AC provides climate control.
Next aft to port is a small head compartment with H&C pressure water, sink, storage behind double teak doors, Jabsco electric head and ensuite shower.
Directly across to starboard are hanging locker/storage cabinets with arched teak doors and an additional set of large double arched, teak doors next aft with washer/dryer, storage for vessel spares and cleaning supplies. Below the washer/dryer is the 600 GPD Village Marine watermaker.
To port is the guest suite with double berth and custom mattress. There is a large hanging locker with the same cathedral-style teak doors utilized throughout the yacht. Adjacent to the berth is a lowboy teak dresser with three drawers and shelf over, and under the berth are an additional three long drawers. There are brass lamps on the bulkhead and LED lights overhead, plus a good sized hatch. At the foot of the berth is a storage locker and wall mounted flat screen TV with a double row of bookshelves.
The ensuite head includes a Jabsco Electric MSD with molded in sink, storage below and H&C shower. There is bulkhead ducting for the air conditioning/heating with adjustable vent.
Next aft is the main saloon, large by all standards at 12’ x 14’. Outboard to port is a large Samsung flat screen TV with a wrap-around dinette, surrounding a large teak table. There are overhead LED lights throughout the main salon, curtains on cabin sides, hatch overhead, hand rails the full length of the ports on both sides. Overhead is off-white with teak battens. Sole is teak and holly throughout, with multiple floorboard hatches for easy access to bilge and additional systems.
Continuing aft to port is the ships galley, roomy enough for two people to prepare meals, within a classic “U” shape with access to the on-deck crew, through an above sink port into the cockpit. Counter space is generous. Features include two deep stainless steel double sinks with cover inserts, starboard, over/under fridge/freezer units, abundant above counter storage, large under counter lockers, Tasco S.S. stove with oven and broiler, and a full complement of galleyware.
Opposite the galley to starboard is the passageway aft with 6’6” headroom. Outboard is the navigation station, almost 8’ in length with chart table space that takes an unfolded Admiralty chart. The navigator’s seat is a folding, swing out dedicated seat with padded seat and back.
Next aft is the owner’s suite, a generous stateroom with double berth, private head, opening ports, brass reading lights and dorade vents. Forward is a vanity desk with cabinets, drawer and folding, “tuck-away” seat, identical to the Navigators seat. The aft head includes an oval porcelain sink with H&C water, mirrored sliding doors with storage, Jabsco Electric Head, walk-in shower/tub and is finished in Herreshoff style white panel with teak trim.
Interior fit and finish reflects the best of British custom boatbuilding with finely fitted teak cabinetry and teak and holly soles. All lighting is LED, opening ports are stainless, lenses in all ports and hatches appear new, handholds are appropriately located, soft goods appear new: there is nothing by way of wear and tear that would suggest that ENDURANCE was not built in the last few years.
“U” shaped galley
Custom Corian light tan “Granite Look” countertops
Over sink pass through to cockpit
3 opening ports
Two deep double stainless sinks
Seafrost Frig with single holding Plate
Tradewwinds Freezer with dual holding Plates
Additional 24 VAC freezer, under starboard settee
Custom sink covers for additional counter space
Top loading dry locker aft
Three burner stainless Tasco gimbaled stove with oven & broiler
Solenoid LPG fuel valve control
20 Gallon Hot Water Heater
Cookware and galleyware included
All wiring, electrical panels, chargers and controllers replaced during recent refit. An over-simplification of distribution follows:
12 VDC: vessel electronics, diesel furnace
24 VDC: vessel lighting, Lewmar Commander system, pumps, etc.
120 VAC: secondary battery chargers, galley appliances, entertainment components
240 VAC: watermaker, air conditioning system, primary battery charger, water heater
Inverter: TV’s, appliances, outlets
12 VDC Emergency battery: VHF, GPS
Mastervolt AGM - Twelve 225 AMP house service batteries in two banks of six each (2014)
Main Engine start: 2-Group 27
Generator Start: 1-Group 24
Mastervolt Battery Monitoring System
Phasor 12KW Generator
Imtra LED Interior Lighting System
50’ Shorepower Cord W/1-Adaptor
120 Amp main engine alternator
B&G Autopilot – 2015 w/ Accu-Steer 100 hydraulic pump
Furuno Radar – 2009, 4 KW, 48 mile
Furuno GPS / WAAS – 2015
B&G Windspeed – 2015
Navnet Chart Plotting System – 2012
Airguide Galaxy Compass
B&G Halcyon 2000 Gyro Compass
ICOM SSB – 2015
Tank Tenders – 2012
Bose Stereo System – 2012
Bose Indoor Speakers
Samsung TV/VCR – 2012
ICOM VHF – 2012
ICOM VHF Handheld
Furuno Navnet VX2 Chart Plotter Radar System: Main display is located at nav station, repeater display mounted in an Edson pod at the helm.
Brookes and Gatehouse: H3000 Hydra system for monitoring wind speed and angle, compass heading, boat speed and depth.
Icom SSB: Icom IC-M802 The SSB was installed new in Feb 2015, as was the AT-140. It uses an antenna on the backstay and is connected to the GPS for distress positioning.
Icom VHF: Icom IC-M602 The VHF is at the nav station. It has a command mike at the helm, and also serves as the hailer, also connected to the GPS for distress positioning.
Satellite Telephone: There is a Sea-Tel sat system on board, requires activation.
AIS: Digital Yacht AIT1000 Class B, tied into the Navnet system to display all AIS capable traffic. The GP-32, The VHF, and the SSB are all able to be powered by an emergency battery, located ahead of the electrical panel on the starboard side. This provides for emergency capabilities in the event of flooding below the cabin sole, rendering the house bank unusable.
Teak Decks - 2009
3- Boarding Gates (1-@ Port, 1-@ Starboard, 1@ Stern)
Salt & Freshwater Deck Washdown
1-100# Manson Anchor W/210’ ½” Chain
Double S.S. Bow Roller
Many Misc. Dock Lines
Bimini in Toast Sunbrella
Dodger in Toast Sunbrella
Hatch Covers For All Hatches in Toast Sunbrella
Large Varnished Cockpit Table
Cabin Top Hand Rails
Goiot Deck Hatches
Six S.S. Dorades, 2-Fwd, 2-Midship, 2-Aft Cabin
Fenders W/White Fender Covers
Sacrificial Rub Rail
2-20# Propane Tanks
Lewmar 3500 Windlass, W/Controls @Bow
Dorade S.S. Guard Bars
Mast S.S. Pulpit
Large Aft Sundeck
Radar Mounted On Large Custom Stern Pole
Windlass: Lewmar 1000, mounted on foredeck
Rigging / Spars:
Mast, boom, and spinnaker pole by Rondal, completely refurbished in 2009: stripped, spot blasted, primed and painted with Awlgrip.
All internal bushings, pins and sheaves replaced with new.
Internal hydraulic furler also rebuilt,
All new wiring installed with new components of the lighting and communication systems.
Headsail and staysail furlers rebuilt.
Rod rigging replaced entirely with new Navtec hardware as needed.
Chain plates removed, inspected and polished and reinstalled.
Navtec boomvang and backstay tensioner cylinders rebuilt.
Primaries: Lewmar 70, three speed hydraulic
Secondaries: Lewmar 58, two speed manual
Outhaul: Lewmar 48, two speed hydraulic
Main Sheet: Lewmar 58, two speed hydraulic
Auxuxilary: Lewmar 48, two speed manual
Traveler: (2) Lewmar 43, two speed manual,
Main Halyard: Lewmar 43, two speed manual - mast mounted
Jib Halyard: Lewmar 52, two speed manual - mounted port side of mast
Spinnaker pole: Lewmar 30, two speed manual - mounted forward side of mast.
Winch activators: custom stainless Rondal switches.
Custom Lewmar Commander System w/ 30 gal reservoir, Powered by:
Dual 24 VDC pumps.
Engine drive variable displacement pump
Perkins 4M-135 - 135hp 1986 Diesel Engine W/2800 Eng. Hrs.
Phasor Generator W/197 Hours
Lewmar 250 VRTT 15 KW Hydraulic Retractable Bow Thruster
Freshwater Cooling System
Raw Water Sea Strainers
Aqua Drive Transmission
Engine Temperature Alarm
Emergency Engine Stop
Fuel Polishing System
Balmar 125 Alternator
Engine Fuel Shut-off Valve
Stove Fuel Shut-off Valve
6-Automatic Manual Bilge Pumps
Acoustical Thermal Insulation
Holding Tank – 40 Gallons Aft, 100 Gallons Fwd W/”Y” Valve
Fuel - 2-250 Gal. = 500 Gallons
Water – 2-Tanks = 460 Gallons
Village Marine Water Maker – 600 Gallons GPD
3-Jabsco Electric Marine Heads
Elk-hide Wrapped S.S. Steering Wheel
Cruisair Chilled Loop A/C System W/2-Compressor Units & 5-Separate Cruisair Air Handlers
Hurricane HL 50 Hydronic Heating System
3-Bladed Max Prop
ENDURANCE is a handsome cruising yacht from the drawing board of Bob Perry, built by one of England’s finest, fiberglass boatbuilders. She has benefitted from an extraordinary “no compromise” refit which has modernized virtually every system aboard. She can be comfortably sailed with an able crew of two with the capacity to entertain many more. There are other mass-produced sailboats available in this price range along with older, tired yachts.
To any buyers in this size and price range, we recommend a “spread-sheet” approach: calculate the value of design, quality of construction, new equipment and inherent comfort against any other sailing yachts on today’s market and ENDURANCE will stand alone.
Vessel hauled and works completed at D.N. Kelly Shipyard, Fairhaven , MA
SAILS / RIGGING:
Rig unstepped, stripped of all hardware, blasted, faired and painted. All parts inspected and replaced as needed.
All new rod rigging installed, and furler motors rebuilt
All winch motors replaced, winch buttons replaced with Rondal deck switches coupled to Lewmar solenoids
North Main, Staysail and Genoa (2008, seasonal use only)
HULL and DECK:
Hull was blasted to remove layers of paint and gel coat.
All deck hardware was removed.
All teak was removed from decks.
Hull and topsides were stripped to bare glass
Through hull openings were plugged and glassed
One layer of finish mat was applied to the complete vessel.
Hull was faired
Topsides and deck areas repainted with Awlgrip
New teak decks, one inch thick, were applied with epoxy adhesive, no fasteners.
New rail caps and comings installed.
All hardware and fittings above-deck re-plated or polished before reinstallation.
Lewmar retractable bow thruster installed
All moveable components removed with the exception of full and partial bulkheads.
Bilges were cleaned, sanded and painted.
All tanks covers removed , tanks cleaned and inspected and covers refitted.
All new plumbing and electrical systems installed.
All seacocks and thru hull fittings removed and replaced.
All interior lighting replaced with LED’s and Vemar switches
Seafrost holdover refrigeration / freezer equipment installed: 24 VDC and 120 VAC
New hydraulics - custom Lewmar Commander system: a clutch driven pump on the main engine, and a Lewmar thruster.
Steering system removed and replaced with a Kobelt hydraulic system, including 24V reversing pump for the autopilot coupled with the H3000 system
Domestic water system replaced: all piping, fixtures and pumps
Headhunter pumps, both AC and DC powered.
Village Marine watermaker, 600 GPD, serviced
Splendide Washer Dryer combo unit - reinstalled.
MarineAir chilled water AC sytem installed w/ two chiller units and five air handlers, system is coupled with a Hurricane heating unit for extreme high / low latitude cruising
Reverso lube oil transfer system installed
Electrical system updated to ABYC standards - new equipment includes:
Two Mastervolt chargers
Mastervolt batteries - house bank w/ two separate banks, six batteries each rated at 225 amp hours giving a total of 675 amp hours at 24 volts per bank.
New AC / DC master control panel installed
All AC wiring removed and replaced
Phasor 12 KW generator installed with isolated start battery
Main engine starting battery bank replaced
The main engine professionally checked and evaluated
Injection pump rebuilt,
Starting motor replaced
Charging system updated
Exhaust system replaced
Marine gear rebuilt
Anti-vibration Aqua drive system installed
New prop shaft
Cutlass bearings were installed.
Three blade Maxprop re-machined
All components replaced: new B&G CPU and APC2 in 2015
Furuno 48 mile radar on gimbal mount, interfaced with Navnet VX2 displays: binnacle display on Edson pod and primary display at nav station.
Furuno GP-32 GPS / WAAS
B&G H3000 system: wind, compass, boat-speed, depth with nav station display
B&G H-3000 autopilot with 24V AcuSteer reversing hydraulic pump
B&G Halcyon Gyro-stabilzed compass
Icom SSB – model IC-M602
Icom VHF with Command mike and GPS emergency interface
AIS – Digital Yacht AIT1000 class B transceiver
Sea-Tel satellite phone – inactive since 2014
KVH sat receiver
Bose Lifestyle music system linked to the main saloon TV. Separate components in two staterooms
Of note, this refit cost just under 1M USD and resulted in a virtually new sailing yacht.
5 Marina Plaza
Newport, RI 02840