Endurance is a 1987 Sea Pearl 21, hull number 193. She is located in downtown Orlando.
Whale bone hull with a grey epoxy bottom and gold coast sails. She was originally a centerboard model, but was converted to leeboards in late 2010.
She is located in downtown Orlando, but I am moving out of state soon. I'm afraid I won't have time to use her, so I'd like to pass her off to someone who will enjoy her.
She has oars and rows very well, but I also purchased a small Honda 2hp 4 stroke. The motor is perfect for this boat and moves her nicely.
The previous owner built a wooden cover for the center cockpit. It's very nice. I sanded, stained and reapplied urethane to it earlier this year.
I made new sails in 2011 from a kit by Sailrite. They have a leech tape, like the originals. Unfortunately the main sail turned out about 10" too short at the foot. I didn't want to have to sew a whole new sail, so I just kept it as is.
I still have the original sails, but they're getting pretty baggy and have a couple small holes.
For camping, I have used a tarp strung between the masts which I will include in the sale.
Being an older Sea Pearl, she doesn't have the balast tanks. That makes her more tender, but also allows for much more room in the main cockpit and makes her a bit lighter as well. I can tow her in my Prius. Or, being lighter, she would be a great candidate for a Tri-Sport conversion.
You can't see it in any of the photos, but the deck gelcoat is cracked in many places.
Trailer got a new axle 2012, a new hitch earlier this year, but he frame is pretty rusty.