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Old 14-11-2009, 09:21   #1
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RichW Arrives with 1977 Endeavour 32

I've been sailing on the Hudson River NY for the last 10 years. Three years ago I decided to exchange my J27 for a cruiser. I found a 1977 Endeavour 32 and have done a little cruising and a lot of renovation and repairs. That's OK because I wanted an old boat to learn how to fix various things. I've worked a good deal on the old Yanmar 2QM20 engine, thru-hulls, fiberglass, the head and standing rig. Now it's almost ready for some trips! I've got some questions and hope to get some hard advice.
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Old 14-11-2009, 22:00   #2
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Welcome to the forum Rich.
Sounds like your work on the boat has paid off.
Send some pictures if you get a chance.
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Hey Scott...you're a real night owl!
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Hey Scott...you're a real night owl!

Ya...I guess its my quite time...up till 3 am sometimes..Never been a morning person leave the house around 9 am in the winter 6 to 7 in the spring & summer....cant function with one of those up at 4 or 5 am jobs.....I'm useless by the 3rd day.... What are we about 12 hours difference?
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Rich---Sounds gooood. I grew up in Nyack, sailed outa NBC for 20 years in the Thistle Class, moved to Maine recently, and bought a 79 E32. She's still on the hard up in Blue hill. I hope to sail her up the Hudson to visit some old haunts someday. What say ye to a rendezvous sometime? at least let's compare notes. I got a good deal on this boat and she seems very well built, ie--a veritable tank--and like you, I wanted a boat I wasn't going to be afraid to bang up and bang on a little. Mine has an MGM30, good sails, nice dodger, and needs a good cleaning. Can't wait to sail her back to my mooring come spring. Keep in touch!
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There is another E32 up in ME: Endeavour 32
He has done some interesting upgrades on his Endeavor that bear looking into.
We keep a Tartan 27' at NBC now. Small world.
RichW, where are you keeping your E32?
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