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1980 Endeavour 37

location icon San Diego, California
Year 1980
Length 37 ft
Builder/Manufacturer Endeavour Yacht Corp

37' Endeavour 37 '80 "Siesta"

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Endeavor 37's are known for their heavily built solid fiberglass hull, wide side decks and reasonably well finished interiors. SIESTA is a good example of all of those qualities whether you are looking for a cruiser or for a comfortable live aboard. What's more, she's available at a very reasonable price!


Year Built 1980
Category Sail
Length Overall 37 ft
Length Of Deck 37'6 ft
Beam 11'5 ft
Cabin Headroom 6'2 ft
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID ENC372970280
Min Draft 4'7 ft
Drive Type Direct
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 50 hp
Cruising Speed 6 kn
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 45 gal
Fuel Tank Mat. Aluminum
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 80 gal
Water Tank Mat. Plastic
Bridge Clearance 46 ft

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Perkins
Model: 4108
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 50hp
Type: Inboard

The V berth is forward with a hanging locker to port and a set of drawers to starboard. Moving aft, the head is to port and a wet locker is to starboard. Again aft is the salon. It has opposing settees with cabinet storage overhead, storage behind and drawer storage below. The dining table folds up against the bulk head. Next aft, the navigation station, with enclosed storage behind, is to port and to starboard is the galley. Engine access and the electrical panel are located directly under the companionway..

Other features include teak parquet flooring, varnished teak interior and soft white overheads. There are 10 opening ports, 2 overhead hatches and 1 smaller deck hatch aft of the navigation station. The V berth mattress was replaced in 2014.


12V/110V Norcold refrigeration

2-burner Force 10 propane stove/oven (2011)

Pressure water

5-gallon water heater (2012)

Double stainless steel sink

Electronics and Navigation

Lowrance LVR880 VHF radio

Polyplaner amplifier and cockpit speakers (2012)

Compass (2014)


12VDC and 110VAC systems

AGM batteries

House battery; 90 amp hours

Starter battery

Black & Decker 400W inverter

Shore power cord

Balmer 100-amp alternator with external regulator (2012)

Xantrex 3-stage battery charger

LED lighting (2011)


35-lb CQR anchor with 150' rode

Danforth anchor with 150' rode

Lifelines and side stanchions

Boarding gates

Bimini (2012)

Dodger (2012)

Suncover connector (2012)

Penetration test on sample chain plates (2010)

New Found Metals portholes (2009)

Replaced hatch acrylic with Lexan (2009)

Winch covers

Mainsail cover

Jib UV cover

Avon dinghy

Swim ladder


Cockpit table

Life raft (needs service)


LOA 37'6"

Fin keel

Last bottom paint 2017

Sails and Rigging

Mainsail (newer)


120% headsail

Storm sail

Back-up mainsail

Running rigging (2010)

Roller furler on headsail (2019)

Aluminum keel-stepped mast

(2) Lewmar 8 winches

(2) Barlow 27ST 2-speed winches

Engine and Mechanical

Direct drive

3-blade prop


Transmission (2013)

Raw water pump (2019)

Fresh water pump (2018)

Cockpit engine controls

Racor fuel filters (2019)

Engine alarm

Raw water sea strainer

Fuel shut-off valves for stove and engine

(1) manual and (1) electric bilge pump

CO2 manual fire extinguisher

Wheel steering

Acoustic engine insulation

Bilge blower

(1) fuel tank (2014)

(1) water tank (2011)

Whale system fresh water plumbing (2016)

Composting head


Life jackets

Fire extinguishers

Emergency tiller



Additional Information

The owner bought Siesta in Jan. 2019 with the intention of coastal cruising and sailing the world in 2020. Unfortunately, he is suffering serious health complications and cannot use the boat. He would be willing to entertain any reasonable offer. After buying the Endeavor, he had repairs and recommendations made by the surveyor completed. In addition, he had an engine survey completed on the Perkins diesel and again, made all recommended repairs. Finally, in June of 2019, he had the vessel detailed with a thorough wash down and wax. In total, he spent approximately $10,000 for this work. He now wishes to focus on his health and his family.


All seller’s personal effects on board are excluded from the sale of this vessel.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.