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35. Very affordable Forty-Two Foot Aspiration Yacht! Ought to We Get? | Learning the Strains – Do it yourself Sailing





The Endeavour 42 is a spacious and at ease yacht that you could simply dwell aboard. We were being in the beginning drawn to the product mainly because of the heart cockpit layout, as properly as the sizing and layout. The yacht featured is mentioned for sale for just under $60,000 in this article:

I (Jordan) fell in like with a further Endeavour 42 that was fully restored and upgraded. This boat was named Cleopatra and named Clearwater her residence port. Recognizing that we would under no circumstances obtain that specific boat, we figured we may well be capable to get a person that is in good condition and refit it ourselves. I have been on the look out for E42s for sale that ended up a lot more fairly priced. When I noticed the craigslist listing for this boat, I realized we experienced to at least take a seem.

Both equally Randi and I are happy we toured this boat, mainly because for some rationale we failed to see it. We usually are not in adore with the E42. I imagine seeing an E42 that is not in immaculate and upgraded ailment opened our eyes to exhibit us the boat definitely isn’t nearly anything specific… at the very least for us. I consider I fell in adore with Cleopatra’s upgrades, not the real boat model.

A further motive for not loving the E42 is that it is not regarded as a bluewater cruiser. I think our upcoming boat will undoubtedly be a boat that is generally regarded as these kinds of.

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24 comments

  1. Pre drill the holes in the top board … Large enough holes so the screw almost slips through the hole…ALMOST only…your wood won't split and you won't have to worry about thread binding because your trying to tap two holes at the same time…joints will be stronger also…

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  2. Splitting wood… It’s alright to drill before you screw. Not permanent, so a slight pass.

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  3. 10 ryobi's =1 makita

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  4. 👀
    Can I phone a friend?
    😂🙃🤣

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  5. Wow your a hack ! Pine on your boat ?

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  6. It sucks to hear but I think 1st you should buy a 60 grand house and put in it another 50 grand…. 2nd buy a small daysailer and keep sailing….3rd have the kids thing 4th when the kids are in middle school sell the house and home school them on your new boat as you sail the world….What an education!! Slow down life is not short it's long and full of pain and joy…..As far as an affordable blue water boat check out a Hans Christian 43 or a nice Baba 40 foot..

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  7. sorry no diss here, I rebuilt about 60% of our 37ft hatty with an old set of 18v ryobi tools, then rebuilt and entire house with them, other than replacing battery packs with rebuilt ones I had 0 issues or failures, I do have a new set of the 1+ and they will get hard use redoing our 37 Irwin CC over the next cpl of years.

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  8. Geez. I got a wild hare and moved from a Washington suburb of Portland, Or. to Fort Myers in June 2017. I'd recently retired and wanted a change. Just to do it before time runs out. I couldn't survive Florida due to COPD from close to 40 years welding and fabbing metal. Not without Albuterol inhalers at minimum. A week in a hospital down toward F.M. Beach in late July the following year, 2018. I didn't do a lot of stuff I should have been doing. I couldn't get hardly any air. My lungs wouldn't function one hot July night. 95° with 96% humidity and about 4 hours earlier used the last of my Albuterol. A caplet in my Nebulizer. I got a bike and did some exploring and went downtown quite a few times and down in the park around the yacht basin. Never went to Cape Coral. Never to North Ft. Myers. Never down to Naples. First time I ran out was winter. Much easier. Still could not walk to the store without stopping every 3rd of a block to get my breath. Getting a 27 ft. Catalina right before the end of this, the month of my 67th birthday up here on the Columbia River. Good price for a nice boat too. $2,500. What's there is in pretty darn good shape really. Coat of nonskid on the deck is about all for starters along with some varnishing i believe. The boat is in good shape and has a lot of the sails in the at least 2 bags I know of for sure. Lines and shrouds, backstage look good but it's what is not there that I need to address. I don't see any electronics or galley stove. It's the transom cut out for outboard rather than any diesel and I'm ok with that. It's a good low price on a nice boat that is just devoid of options. Still, I'm excited. I have 10 years liveaboard on a 32 ft. 1964 Tollycraft Express Cruiser until it burned in 2013. Time to commit to a sailboat and honestly, I'm so glad. I miss too much about not being out on the river at least.

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  9. Ryobi
    Pissing off keyboard warriors one video at a time.

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  10. Glad you ditched the bulb too! My advice, talk to a marine diesel expert while you're in the Marina!

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  11. I got a laugh on your measurements at 8:19, 14 14/16" x 35 2/16" and old thickness 8/16".

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  12. 50.000 euro new !

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  13. Hi guys, I have been watching your videos from the beginning, I am hooked! You mentioned in this video that you love walking around boatyards and marinas, I'll be spending some time a bit north of your area soon, in Spring Hill (your area at the time you made this video that is), can you or your viewers recommend a boat yard with many sailboats for sale? what about the one in the video, it looks pretty cool, what is the name and location?

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  14. Not my "FOREVER" saw.

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  15. It's not your fault the glued Teak broke again. Teak is a very oily wood and doesn't glue well.

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  16. Brother BALD is beautiful!

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  17. tools are great ,,,Just Please countersink the screw heads so they dont spilt the timber along the grain ..

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  18. Thank for your comments

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  19. You could have found a much denser wood to use for a ladder than pine.Try drilling pilot holes and counter sink before driving a screw home.Nice looking boat.

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  20. Between replacing the near impossible to access water tanks, and if any water intrusion gets to the hull coring (wood) and causes structural damage, the cost of repair will be about 50% of what the boat was purchased for……about what you could pick up a more modern Beneteau 44 center cockpit for…..but an Endeavour 42 always has the Miami Vice credentials as Sonny Crockett’s liveaboard sailboat.

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  21. About your Ryobi tools. This is in no way a reflection on your choice of tools. I was a carpenter for 50 years. I would choose a tool on the amount of of use
    I need out of it. If it was a small amount I was going to use it I would purchase a cheaper tool.
    PS when was the last time you updated your Garman GPS that could be the problem you sed you we're having..

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  22. Had a 120 grand boat and put 250 grand into it? A 370 grand sailboat? They give sailboats away.

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  23. Is that a ryobi on your boat or are you just glad to see me,

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