Just listed July 19th, 2016. Well cared for. Fresh water sailed. Doyle StackPack. Harken roller furling. Autopilot. Bottom painted spring 2015. Always stored outdoors shrink-wrapped since current owner acquired the boat in 1990. Call today!
Follow the link below to watch a video of boat being delivered to Crowley's:
Marque moteur: Yanmar
Année de construction: 1985
Modèle moteur: 3GMF
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Puissance moteur: 20 HP
Large cabin with 6' 1" headroom. Galley is starboard aft. Nav station is port aft with quarter berth. L-shaped port settee with drop down dining table at forward bulkhead. Starboard settee. Head is forward to port. Forward cabin has double vee berth.
Galley Maid 2 burner propane stove with oven
hot and cold pressure water
stainless steel sink
Binnacle mounted compass
Standard Horizon Explorer VHF (recently new)
Wind speed indicator
Stereo w/ cabin speakers
main battery switch
shore power with cable
12v DC system
Deck and Hull Equipment
bow pulpit & stern rail
double lifelines with lifeline gates
fenders and lines
Sails and Rigging
Hydraulic backstay adjuster
Harken roller furling
Doyle sails: Main; Jib; #1 Genoa; #2 Genoa
Lewmar ST winches
Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details
automatic and manual bilge pumps
stove fuel shutoff valve
manual flush head with holding tank
steel storage cradle
Comments of the Delivery Skipper
I was one half of the delivery team for the Endeavor 33 on the trip from Waukegan Illinois to south Chicago, the Calumet River, and then Crowley's Yacht Yard on Monday 7/18/2016.
The motor started immediately. After tightening 2 hose clamps, the motor ran perfectly for the whole trip, about 8 hours. I'm sorry to say we decided not to sail, taking the easiest path to the destination. We had flat water for the trip, 5-12 kts of wind speed, mostly on the nose or forward of the beam. At 2600 RPMs, we were doing about 6.1 kts of boat speed.
The electronic instruments were working fine. The speed matched the GPS, the wind speed and direction (both apparent wind readings) matched our guesses and the windex. The LCD wind speed readout is easier to read with the light for it turned on. The autohelm did a great job of steering for over 3/4s of the trip.
The stereo pulled in radio tunes and then the Chicago Cubs game, and had plenty of volume.
Joie de Mer received a standard in-water Engine Start & Inspection Report, 7/26/16, at the Crowley docks and came thru with only a few minor routine maintenance items recommended.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.