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Endeavour Photos-Specs

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Builder: Endeavour Catamaran Corp. St Petersburg, FL (www.endeavourcats.com)

LOA: 36'
Beam: 15'
Maximum Draft: 34"
Displacement: 13,000 lbs

Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine(s) HP: 125 Turbo
Cruising Speed: 9 mph
Maximum Speed: 20 mph
Engine Hours: 2750

Fresh Water Tanks: 115 Gallons
Fuel Tanks: 300 Gallons
Holding Tank: 40 Gallons

The large aft deck of the Endeavour PowerCat 36 is accessible from either side via a walk through with removable gate.  Access to the sizeable swim platform is also easy through a wide gated throughway and down two steps.

Forward of the aft deck is the completely enclosed cockpit/helm area.  There are padded seats on each side and a foldable table, comfortable for as many as six people.  The upgraded, padded, reclining, swiveling captain’s and first mate’s chairs add seating for two more.  This entire area is covered with a hard top, and has huge front windows that open for excellent ventilation.  The sides and back are canvas with isinglass and screens.  The side curtains also have roll up solid canvas covers for shade and privacy.  The helm seat is portside and offers excellent 360 degree visibility. 

Down two steps from the cockpit area you enter the main salon, which features on the port side an L-shaped settee suitable for as many as 5 people as well as another single seat on the starboard side.  All are covered in blue ultrasuede.  There is a wall hung 42” Vizio TV, a foldaway dining table, and ample surface area for lamps, clocks, and knick knacks.  Natural light comes in through the massive side windows as well as an overhead hatch plus the forward hatches in the adjoining  forward stateroom/den if the pass-through is left open.

From this main salon go down two steps to the port side where you enter the sizeable galley complete with two burner propane stove with oven.  The galley also features corian style countertops, a double stainless steel sink, 7.5 cubic foot fridge with separate freezer and built in microwave.  There is plenty of cabinet and drawer space.

Forward through the galley is a room that can be a stateroom or a cozy den.  Custom shelves with doors offer tons of storage area.  There are ample outlets, as well as a cable TV outlet in this room.  Folding louvered panels separate this area from the main salon.  If these panels are left open, you can see straight through from where you enter the salon from the cockpit all the way to the bow.  If closed, they offer privacy in this room.  There are overhead hatches that open for ventilation and are large enough to be escape hatches if necessary.  These hatches also have removable privacy covers on the exterior.  There is a huge hanging locker and 2 drawers under the built in seat.

In the stern of the cabin on both sides are identical staterooms with oversized double beds.  Each has a hanging locker and built in drawers as well as small shelf space and cubby.  Each stateroom has two hatches that open to the outside for ventilation, as well as a huge overhead hatch that opens to the cockpit area for ventilation or escape. 

On the starboard side, two steps down from the main salon, is a hallway in front of the stateroom that contains yet another hanging locker, as well as a large linen cabinet and another cabinet for additional storage.  This is where the electrical panel is also, offering easy access and visibility of all controls and switches.

Forward from this hallway is the head which features corian style countertop with sink and large mirror, and a large medicine cabinet.  The separate shower stall is huge for a boat this size, with plenty of headroom and room to turn around.

Through the shower stall in the very front of the starboard side is the generator room which offers additional storage.

Throughout the entire interior the floors are beautiful teak and holly look laminate.  The walls in the salon, galley and head are white panel with wood accent trim.  The walls in the staterooms are “monkey fur.”  All windows have privacy shades.

  • Center lined dual stainless steel anchor rollers
  • Low profile Maxwell electric windlass with foot controls
  • 45 pound Delta anchor with chain (100ft) and rope (200ft) rode
  • 23 pound Fortress anchor with chain and rope rode
  • Bow anchor lockers 
  • Stainless steel stantions with life lines
  • Multiple boarding gates
  • Stainless steel and molded fiberglass corner seats on bow
  • Wide side decks with non-skid
  • All stainless steel deck hardware
  • Stainless steel transom dingy davits
  • Propane BBQ grill mounted on stern railing
  • Large swim platform with stainless steel boarding and swim ladders
  • Transom hot and cold shower
  • Cockpit cushions and folding table
  • Hardtop over cockpit area with ample storage area
  • Stainless steel hardtop hand rails
  • Multiple opening ports and hatches throughout boat
  • Cockpit windshields open for added ventilation
  • Stainless steel support system for the hardtop
  • Dockside stainless steel cable TV 
  • 20 pound aluminum propane tank with vented locker
  • Large aft lazarette
  • (2) manual bilge pumps
  • Full unobstructed walk-around
  • Upgraded adjustable reclining Captains Chairs
  • 9ft Livingston Dinghy with 2hp Honda 4 stroke motor



The galley area offers ample storage areas, beautiful solid surface countertops and all the amenities that will please even the most discriminating chef.

  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • American-Standard faucet with sprayer
  • Nova Cool side by side 7.5 cf refrigerator and separate freezer
  • Hillerange two burner propane stove and oven
  • Seward propane solenoid control panel
  • New Turntable microwave oven
  • Solid surface “Gibraltar” counter tops
  • Tons of cabinet and drawer storage areas
  • All dinnerware, pots and pans, etc will convey
  • StandardHorizon 2150 VHF Radio with AIS interface to chartplotter with Loud Hailer
  • Raymarine 210 VHF radio with distress
  • Raymarine C-80 color chartplotter and radar
  • Multiple electronic chips for chart plotters
  • Raymarine 24 mile dome radar array
  • Raymarine ST-5000 autopilot
  • Garmin 3000C fish finder
  • Ritchie compass
  • Bad Boy WiFi Booster/Hotspot(very useful)
  • Premier Plus 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC power
  • 30 Amp shore power, cord, and adapter
  • Next Generation 3.5 Kw generator with 570 hours
  • Marine Air 16,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning with SMX controller
  • (2) 110 watt solar panels mounted on hardtop with smart regulator
  • 11 gallon hot water heater with heat exchanger for engine heating
  • 1500 watt inverter system
  • True Charge 40 Amp smart battery charger with external monitor
  • (4) 6-volt  house batteries
  • Battery parallel switch
  • Macerator for holding tank pump out
  • Vizio LCD flat screen television wall mounted in main salon
  • Panasonic DF-88 AM/FM/CD player
  • Panasonic DP-801 10 disk CD changer
  • Glomex TV antenna
  • 12 volt mounted fans in each stateroom, main salon, and cockpit for improved ventilation
  • Guest remote controlled spot light(2)
  • Dual trumpet horns
  • Multiple cable TV outlets
  • (2) group 31 engine start batteries

  • 2 Yanmar 125 hp turbo diesel engines, port: 2750 hours starboard: 2750 hours
  • Morse transmission/throttle controls
  • Dripless shafts
  • Hydraulic steering
  • Bennett trim tabs
  • Stainless steel 1 ¼ inch shafts
  • (4) blade bronze propellers
  • 2 Spare propellers
  • Spare engine and genset parts
  • 3 Racor primary fuel filters
  • All scheduled engine service and fluid changes
  • Maintenance by certified Yanmar specialist (Specialized Mechanical Inc.)


  • Oversized double bed
  • Reading light
  • Multi-speed fans
  • Fresh air hatch that serves as an escape hatch
  • Hanging locker for clothes
  • 4 drawers for folding clothes and storage


           .  2012 bottom paint with epoxy and barrier coat
           .  Measured fuel use:  8.5 mph, 2300 rpm, 2.9 mpg, 2.4 gph





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