Endeavour is a Seaward 29 built in 2014 for the Seaward Sea School and, as such, was built to MCA standards. Based on the legendary Nelson semi-displacement hull-form this is a " proper " boat, extremely capable in the rough stuff. Having said that she is nicely fitted-out and well-equipped. She is powered by twin 240hp Yanmar diesels and comes complete with decent nav and comms kit, a charger / inverter, electric windlass, cockpit canopy, diesel hob with cabin heater, microwave, fridge, hot water and even onboard WIFI.
Seaward 29 ‘Endeavour’ was built in 2014 with twin Yanmar 4LH-STP inboard diesel engines generating 240hp @ 3,300 rpm giving a maximum speed of 28 knots (approx). She boasts a comprehensive range of electronics and was built to comply with commercial coding.
LOA: 29′ – 4″ LWL: 27′ – 0″ Beam: 10′ – 0″ Draft: 2′ – 9″
Displ. Approx: 6.00 tons
Hull No: 29-035
Designer: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs, Isle of Wight.
Builder: The Boat Development Co Ltd, Cowes, Isle of Wight.
Construction: G.R.P. with teak joinery.
To the full standard specification with all standard supply equipment including electric windlass, fridge and hot water and shower. Galley located in forward cabin.
Optional extras fitted:
KAB seats trimmed in red leather for helm & nav
Teak/stainless bathing platform with built-in swim ladder.
Dinghy davit system
Forward cabin sole in teak plydeck instead of carpet .
2 x 12 volt power take off sockets.
Full cockpit canopy instead of standard tonneau cover.
Ray 55E DSC VHF Radiotelephone – built-in with folding antenna
Raymarine c95 ‘Multifunction’ button control chartplotter with built-in GPS .
Addition of RD418D 4kW digital radar radome connected to chartplotter.
Raymarine i70 integrated data display with DST800-0 (depth, speed temperature) smart transducer.
Addition of Raymarine AIS 350 receiver with folding antenna.
Raymarine Evolution p70 autopilot system with Type 1 hydraulic drive .
Victron 1600W/70-16 Multiplus invertor/charger.
Exhaust alarms with test facility.
Rubber spray rails instead of teak.
Pair of M10 rubber uprights 1 on each stern quarter.
Double glazed front screens in clear glass.
Full stainless steel pulpit.
Stainless bow protection plate .
Heater blower lid fitted to diesel hob.
Locker with chart drawer arrangement.
Pair of ‘Stripper’ type rope cutters.
Dimmer switches x 3
The engines have been serviced annually and the batteries recently replaced.
Craft originally built to comply with MCA yellow code Cat 2/3. Fixed equipment included air shut off system for engine spaces. Wire gates at side and stern cockpit access.
Asking price £169,000.00 Tax Paid
Remarks: The Seaward 29’s have proven seakeeping qualities and are probably the most sea kindly vessels in this size range.