Endeavor boats are built for exploring and sailing in areas that may have shallow waters with a heavy 8,000 LB of ballast on just a 4ft 6 in draft. This is a great vessel to cruise and explore the more shallow areas such as the Bahamas. With a proven record of a solid build and a roomy layout, these boats are low upkeep and is a comfortable boat that will serve the owner well for many years to come. The Perkins engine was replace in 1994 and has less than 1000 hours. "Course Correction" is ready for her new owners and her next adventure.
Located in Niceville, FL
"Course Correction" is the Plan A with the forward V-berth is dispensed with in favor of an enormous Ushaped dinette; owners of this plan like it. In its lowered position, the table converts to a huge, sumptuous double berth.
And there is a handy shelf forward for books, television and knick-knacks. The hull sides are decorated with thin teak slats that are widely spaced and fastened flat against the liner. This plan has a large forepeak, divided into two compartments, one for chain and the after one for sails, accessible from the deck.
The galley is a sideboard affair located to starboard and the head is opposite to port, just about midships. Hot and cold pressure water and a shower are standard equipment. There is an automatic shower sump pump. Aft in Plan “A” are two large double quarter berths.
Plan “A” is certainly open, which will suit a couple with overnight guests. Ventilation is good as air coming in through the forward deck hatch freely circulates in the main cabin. This spacious vessel offers sleeping accommodations for at least six, including sea berths.
The “A” interior plan (top) is popular with those who live aboard their boats; the “B” plan (bottom) was designed more with the charter trade in mind. Both arrangements have pros and cons.
Both plans also have chart tables, which of course is appreciated. The longer you study the arrangement plans, the more you realize just how much has been fitted into the available space. If any corners have been cut to make this happen it’s probably the length of some berths.