This classic off shore vessel was designed by Peter Ibold and her hull and deck were moulded with glass reinforced plastic [GRP] by De Kleer Brothers in Vancouver British Columbia.
The vessels was fitted to a very high standard by Fred Varney in Victoria British Columbia.
The Ayorama is cutter rigged with the mast stepped on the keel forward of amidship, an enclosed pilot house and cockpit aft.
Below decks forward is the chain locker aft of which is a cabin with a pilot berth and storage, a fore cabin with two berths, a head compartment to Starboard and deck hatch.
Step up from there into the pilot house which has the galley to port and helm to starboard , dinette and settle seating.
A Dickinson "Pacific" diesel furnace is mounted in the pilot house to keep the interior warm and comfortable for off season cruising.
The interior finish is well maintained is finished in varnished teak veneered plywood with hardwood trim. The sole is teak parquet with hatches to access below decks.
The ships 12 v power system is charged off the main engines 90 amp alternator and includes 4 x 6v Trojan house batteries and 1 x 12v Trojan engine start battery. 110V shore power is 30 amp.
Pressurized water is sourced from a 60 gallon GRP tank. A diesel stove, Nova Cool fridge, SS sink with pressurized water and lots of storage round out the galley. Hot water is supplied off the stove.
The vessel was repowered in 2010 with an Isuzu 35 hp fresh water cooled diesel engine. Engine hours are approximate and at the time of the last survey in 2011 no mention of hours is noted.
Two station cable controls with one in the cockpit and the other in the pilot house.
Wiring appears new. The iron fuel tank capacity is noted as 65 gallons.
The bilges are dry and supported by a Rule 12v pump and backup hand pump system
There is a 12v "Lofrans" windlass to support the 20kg "Bruce" anchor with 275 ft of 5/16 chain and 250 ft nylon line.
Sail inventory include Genoa, Main, Spinnaker all made of Dacron with the freesias on a roller furling.
Spinnaker Pole ,
Winches include 2 x Harkin 44 self tailing, 1 x Harkin 10, 2 x Barlow halyard
There is a re boarding ladder, 9' "Tinker Tramp" Inflatable with an "Evinrude outboard motor.
The vessel is kept in Comox Municipal Marina and moorage may be assumable
If your plans are to travel the coast or take a trip around the world the Endurance 35 is the boat for you. Make an appointment today to view this very nice boat.