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ENDEAVOUR

  • 39.56 m
  • 1934
  • CAMPER & NICHOLSONS
  • Spain
  • 17 500 000 €

ABOUT ENDEAVOUR

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: CAMPER & NICHOLSONS
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 1934
  • YearBuilt: 1934
  • Year Refit: 2012
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: Spain
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/8 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/7
  • LOA: 129' 10" (39.56m)
  • LWL: 88' 4" (26.90m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 22' 4" (6.80m)
  • Min Draft: 15' 9" (4.80m)
  • Max Draft: --
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: 129' 10" (39.56m)
  • Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 13 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 100 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 3,785 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 21,482 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 8
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 7
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Steel
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: Dykstra
  • Interior Designer: John Munford / Adam Lay
  • Manufacturer: Scania
  • Model: DI 12065M
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: N/A

DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS

TYPE Sailing Yacht
HULL NO. 739711
BUILDER Camper & Nicholsons
NAVAL ARCHITECT Charles Nicholson / Dykstra & Partners
DESIGN J-Class
EXTERIOR DESIGN Dykstra
INTERIOR DESIGN John Munford / Adam Lay
YEAR 1934
REFIT 1989/2011/2012
CALL SIGN ZCPQ4
CLASSIFICATION CIS Small Commercial Vessel Certificate (allows charter)
CONSTRUCTION Steel hull
CREW 7
FLAG Cayman Islands
ENGINES 1 x 430hp Scania DI-12065M
GT 100 tons
NT 30 tons
DISPLACEMENT 178,000 kg (178tons)
DIMENSIONS
LOA 39.56m/ 130’
LWL 26.90m/88’
BEAM 6.80m/22’2’’
DRAFT 4.80m/15’8’’
MAXIMUM SPEED 13knots
CRUISING SPEED 10knots
FUEL CONSUMPTION 35 litres/hour Approx
RANGE 1,600nm under power
ACCOMMODATION 8 x Guests in 4 cabins
CREW 7 x Crew including the captain
FUEL 5,675 litres / 1,500 US gallons
FRESH WATER 3,785 litres / 1,000 US gallons
GREY WATER 2 x Holding tanks
BLACK WATER 2 x Holding tanks, + Ecomar sewage treatment unit
MASTER STATEROOM Double berth, en-suite shower and head
GUEST STATEROOMS 1 x Twin berth cabin (bunks) starboard
1 x Double berth with en-suite shower & head, Stb’
1 x Double berth with en-suite shower & head, Port
SALOON/ DINING Combined Saloon and Dining room
Saloon side L-shaped sofa plus seat in leather. Dining
table to seat 8
MAIN DECK Deck house with seating
GALLEY/PANTRY Galley forward of mast port side
CREW 1 x Captain single berth stb fwd
2 x Crew twin berth crew cabins fwd
1 x Crew twin berth cabin aft
DECK Navigation station aft port side.
ENGINES 1 x 430Hp Scania DI 12065M - original
ENGINE HOURS 1,449 hours on January 22, 2015
GEARBOX Twin Disc EC300
PROPULSION Single screw
PROPELLERS Hundersted variable pitch electric
RUDDER ANGLE 35 degrees
STEERING SYSTEM Cable and quadrant
THRUSTERS Hydrosta Swing 60
BOWTHRUSTER 1 x 60hp Hydrosta
GENERATORS 2 x 38kW Northern Lights (replaced during refit @ at
Yachting Development in NZ)
GENERATOR HOURS January 22, 2015
Port: 2,744 hours
Starboard: 2,477 hours
ELECTRICITY 110 V, 60 Hz
SHORE POWER Asea AC 45HF
BATTERIES 6 x Mastervolt Mli 24/160 Li-ion
TYPE Li-ion
MAIN ENGINE START Electronic via 12 volt start batteries
START BATTERY 24V
GENERATOR START Electronic remote Wavetech via 12 volt start batteries
CHARGERS Master volt
CONVERTERS Mastervolt
EMERGENCY 24 volt Emergency battery sytem
HYDRAULICS Onboard systems NZ, custom ring main x3 PTO and
AC pump
AIR CONDITIONING Marine Air with 2 compressors
AC CHILLER 1 HOURS 3,307 hours on January 22, 2015
AC CHILLER 2 HOURS 2,424 hours on January 22, 2015
WATER MAKER Danfoss, Sea Recovery
WATER SYSTEM Head hunter Mach 5 pump
TOILET SYSTEM 6 x Marine electric model: Planus
SEWAGE SYSTEM Ecomar
FUEL FILTERS Racor
SAILS North Sails NZ
SAIL AREA 933sqm / 10000sft (upwind)
UPWIND RACE AREA 498 + #1 Lt/med 429 = 927 m2 - Up wind combined
Race main
MAIN SAIL North 3dl fully batten 490m2
STAYSAIL North 3dl 110m2
YANKEE North 3dl 157m2
CRUISING SAIL INVENTORY Includes:
Cuben Code O
Storm Trysail
Storm staysail
RACE SAIL All by North NZ:
Main 3Di,
#1 3Di, #2 3Di, #3 3Di,
A1, A2, A3, A4, S4
BOOM&MAST Southern Spars NZ Carbon
POLE Southern Spars NZ Carbon
JOCKEY POLE 2 x Southern Spars Carbon
RIGGING
STANDING RIGGING EC6+ Continuous Carbon rigging
RUNNING RIGGING EC6+ Carbon runners & checks
ROPES HS dynema with technora covers
FURLING GEAR Equiplite code 0 manual line furler
WINCHES All Hydraulic Harken aluminium
2 x 990
6 x 1111 (with high speed 1st via smart valve)
2 x 1130
2 x 1145
2 x 1135
MAGNETIC COMPASS 1 x Drigo Alinco V
GYRO COMPASS B&G Halcyon
ECHO SOUNDER B&G H3000
RADAR Furuno navnet 24inch dome
AIS Furuno class B
DGPS Furuno navnet
CHART PLOTTER Maxsea timezero
NAVTEX Sat C Thrane and Thrane
LOG B&G H 3000 x2 paddle wheel units
WIND INSTRUMENTS 1 x B&G H 3000 carbon vertical wand 1.4m
SEARCHLIGHTS 1 x Handheld 24 volt plug at helm and bow
CAMERA(S) 2 x Engine room and end of boom, passerelle view
SATCOM 2 x FB250 units
VHF Simrad RS86 black box handsets at nav station and
crew mess, plus Wifi mobile helm unit
LOUNDHAILER Kahlenberg single fog horn and compressor, with
auto signal unit
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE Panasonic digital exchange
INTERCOM Panasonic phones at Owner’s cabin, nav station,
Captain’s cabin & crew mess
IT 2 x HP computers comms & Nav
MANUFACTURER Harken / Yachting Developments
Deck blocks Harken titanium.
ANCHOR WINDLASSES Lewmar V8
ANCHORS Rocnor NZ 110kg Super high holding plus
Aluminium fortress
ANCHOR CHAINS Main 150m x 14mm galvanised chain plus back up
30m x 14mm plus 150m 38mm warp
BOAT CRANE & DAVITS Custom Carbon Anchor launch and recovery davit
PASSERELLE Multiplex carbon 4.0m
SIDE BOARDING LADDER Aluminium swim ladder
AWNINGS Antigua sails full over boom awning & North sails
NZ foredeck awning
COVERS North sails NZ mainsail cover and tender cover
MAIN SALOON Sonos plus Denon AV and Samsung TV
DINING Sonos
SEATING AFT DECK Sonos Wi-fi speaker
OWNER’S STATEROOM Sonos plus Panasonic car stereo
GUEST CABINS Sonos
CREW Sonos plus Denon AV and Samsung TV
GALLEY
· Gaggenau Cooker
· Wolf induction hob
· Micro wave
· Under floor custom freezer
· Cospolitch fridge and draw freezer
LAUNDRY
· 1 x Miele Washing machine
· 1 x Miele dryer
· Drinks pull out draw fridge
SAFETY
· 1 x Ocean safety Liferafts 10 pax in canister
· 2 8 x Pax in soft valise
· 2 x Grab bags
· 28 x Lifejackets (10 Kru, 18 Baltic).
· 10 x AIS MOB transponders
· 2 x Jon buoy units
· 2 x Throwable life rings
FIRE FIGHTING
· Novec fire suppression system fitted in Engine room
· Hydraulic fire pump supplying ring main to outlet at bow, engine room and aft deck.
· 14 x Hand held fire extinguishers located throughout vessel
TENDERS
· 1 x 4.2m Zodiac classic roll-up with alloy floor and 20 Hp Yamaha 4 stroke
WATER SPORTS
· 2 x 9ft 6inch Red paddle inflatable SUP boards
DIVING
· 2 x Bottles plus BCU, Assorted masks and fins

HISTORY

Endeavour was commissioned by Sir T.O.M. Sopwith to challenge for the America’s Cup in 1934. Having prepared his campaign in Shamrock V, Sopwith was keen to ensure that this yacht was the most advanced design possible. With his experience designing aircraft Sopwith applied aviation technology to Endeavour’s rig and winches and spared nothing to make her the finest vessel of her day. From launching in 1934 she continued her preparation by competing against Shamrock V (then owned by Sir Richard Fairey) and the newly launched Velsheda (owned by W.L Stephenson).

 

She swept through the British racing fleet and into the hearts of yachtsmen the World around, winning many races in her first season. Like many before her, Endeavour did not win the Cup but she came closer to doing so than any other challenger.

Endeavour pioneered the development of the Quadrilateral genoa, a two clewed headsail offering immense sail area and power, and still used on J Class yachts racing today. She also had a larger and better designed spinnaker but Sopwith was let down by poor crewing. Just prior to departure for the USA, his professional crew went on strike for more money and Sopwith was forced to round up keen amateur sailors, who had the enthusiasm but not the experience. Afterwards, she returned to England to dominate the British racing scene until 1938 when she was laid up prior to the war.

 

Over the next 46 years, Endeavour passed through many hands, her fate often hanging by a thread. Among other indignities, she was sold to a scrap merchant in 1947 only to be saved by another buyer hours before her demolition was due to begin. In the seventies, she sank in the Medina River in Cowes. Again at the eleventh hour, she was bought for ten pounds sterling by two carpenters who patched the holes in her hull with plastic bags and got her afloat again. In the early eighties, Endeavour sat at Calshot Spit, an abandoned seaplane base fronting the Solent. She was a complete wreck, a rusting and forlorn hulk with no keel, rudder, ballast or interior.

 

COMMENTS

In 2010, 2011 and 2012 ENDEAVOUR underwent an extensive 18-month refit at Yachting Developments in New Zealand leaving only the gearbox and propeller untouched.

 

Absolute care has been taken throughout the refit to preserve as much of the vessel as practical while taking advantage of twenty first century sailing systems, enhanced performance and improved functionality. There has been a philosophy of longevity and serviceability throughout the refit ensuring Endeavour will remain the historic icon she is today for future generations.

 

The comprehensive 18-month refit included removal and replacement of the weather deck including entire deck equipment. Steel deck framing was relocated to accommodate load paths of the new deck layout.

 

Dykstra & Partners, naval architects, were instrumental in the design of the new sail plan, deck layout, rudder and structural engineering. The hull has been repaired, sandblasted and reinforced to accommodate new rig loads. The main engine, generators, hydraulic systems, winches, electrical system, electronics, bow thruster, air conditioning, mast and sails have been replaced or upgraded. The new carbon fibre mast was built by Southern Spars Auckland, the mast features EC6 carbon standing rigging.

Accommodation forward of the mast has been reconfigured by John Munford and Adam Lay; the new interior has been built in-house by Yachting Developments tradesmen.

 




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