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Endeavour is the name of two sailing yachts with which the British aircraft designer and regatta sailor Sir Thomas Sopwith tried to win the America’s Cup as a challenger in 1934 and 1937. The Endeavour and Endeavour II belonged to the J-class.
The Endeavour was launched in 1934 and closed in 1938 after the competitions in which it was only just beaten by the “Rainbow”. Between 1984 and 1988 the remains were restored. Today the yacht belongs to a US-American.
The advertised model ships are complete and accurate replicas of the “Atlantic”
This model is 100 % hand made and crafted with great precision.
Exotic woods, such as teak, mahogany, rosewood or mango are being used, which result in precious, decorative and exclusive models as an end product. The hull is being sanded down carefully after completion, and if required, painted with clear coating material.
Ornaments and embellishments (for example canons, bull’s-eyes, anchor, dials or wheels et cetera) are made out of brass, chrome and other high-quality metals.
The sails are either out of cloth or silk, the mast is made out of wood and the hemp rope is made out of solid lisle. Some of these ropes have special knots, which allow the ropes to be retightened at any time.
Our models are strictly tested for quality, so that we can offer you a clean product. The satisfaction of our customers is our highest priority. All models are completely assembled upon shipping.
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