1980 Endurance 37 Ketch
- Stock #079878 -
BLUE WATER SAILING!
The Endurance 37 is a Peter Ibold design. It is a full keeled, heavy displacement ketch that is designed for blue water sailing. Good Run was built at the Trio Marin boatyard in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1980. She was launched in 1982 and sailed in Europe, the Caribbean, Central, South America & US.
Length Overall: 13.8m/45ft
Construction: Fiberglass hull and deck
Water Tanks: (2) Plastic tanks with total capacity of 550 liters (145 US gallons)
Diesel Tanks: (4) stainless steel tanks with a total capacity of 440 liters (116 US gallons)
The V-berth has a single berth on the port side and an upper single berth on the same side. On the starboard side there is a hanging locker and a wide storage shelf. Moving aft, there is a U-shaped seating arrangement around a table on the port side. The table can be lowered and the seating and table converts to a double sleeping berth. On the starboard side there is a bench seat that converts to a single sea-going berth.
Moving further aft, the galley is on the starboard side. There is a double stainless sink with a cool-box, a gimbaled two-burner propane stove with oven, a vertical Isotherm wall refrigerator with a small freezer section, and ample storage for pans, dishes and food supplies. There is a second stainless steel top-loading Isotherm refrigerator under one of the seats in the dining area.
On the port side is the navigation station where the controls and instrumentation for communication, weather, engine and auto-pilot are located. Aft of the navigation station is the head with a toilet and wash-hand basin. The aft section has a large comfortable master berth with 40 square feet of bedding with 5 inch thick mattresses. There is lots of storage throughout the boat. The interior is mostly teak with teak and holly flooring.
House batteries: (4) Trojan 6-volt with a total of 450 AH.
Starter batteries: (2) 12 volt.
Mains charger: 220 volt Leab 50 amp.
Wind Generator: AirX mounted on mizzen mast.
Portable Generator: Honda 1100 watt.
DC equipment panel with 30 circuits.
Battery Monitor: Odelco DCC 2000 giving volts, amps, and accumulated amp-hours in and out.
Transformer: 1000 watt, 110 volt to 220 volt.
DC and AC power points throughout the boat.
Silva wind, speed & depth
SSB: Icom IC-M600 with AT-120 tuner and insulated stay antenna.
Pactor ll modem for e-mail.
Barometer: Banair with chart record.
Auto-pilot: Neco below-deck hydraulic system with linear drive straight to rudder axis.
Ford Lehman 2712E four cylinder diesel 75 horse power with 6,800 total engine hours. A total rebuild was done after 2,500 of these hours. Some of the engine features are:
- dual Racor filters that allow for a filter change while the engine is running
- extra deep oil sump to ensure continued lubrication when motor sailing
- centrally lubricated injection pump
- design of fuel intake from main tank insures that no air is introduced, even in rough conditions
- automatic air removal valve in diesel intake line
- alarm for cooling water and oil pressure
- integral hand pump for removing old oil during oil-change
The transmission uses a Borg Warner hydraulic gearbox that can be rotated during sailing without the need for cooling. The output shaft has a pulley arrangement for attaching an alternator during long passages.
There is a fixed 3-blade propeller plus a spare.
There is an engine room fire extinguishing CO2 system that can be operated from below deck and from the cockpit.
There is a very strong stainless steel bowspri36' Endurance Center Cockpit
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