Endeavour Yachts, of Largo, Fla., came to prominence in the late 1970s with the introduction of the Endeavour 32, a rugged cruiser based on Ted Irwin’s Irwin 32. Catching the wave of public enthusiasm for hardy midsize cruisers, Endeavour went on to build some 600 32s. The Endeavour 37 followed (more than 450 built) and helped establish the builder’s reputation for “simple, straightforward” sailboats. Endeavour added a performance component to its new designs during the 1980s (E33, E35, E38), with less sales success. Founders John Brooks and Rob Valdes sold the company in 1986, and the builder closed doors in 1988.
Designed by Johan Valentijn who also designed the Endeavour 38 aft cockpit, 42, 51 and 52.
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