2000 Endeavour TrawlerCat 36 
Call 727-573-5377 or 727-366-3264 for more information

Echo is at the Endeavour Boat Yard in St. Petersburg, Florida.

BELOW is a panorama shot of the Annapolis mooring field from mooring ball #32.
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Echo sleeps six in 3 separate cabins, has a full galley, head with separate shower,
salon and large enclosed cockpit. Equipped with twin Yanmar 125's with 1024 hours.

Call Bob at 727 573-5377 or Rob at


115 gallon water tank with gauge
300 gallon fuel tank with gauge
30 gallon holding tank with level indicator
Displacement 13,000 pounds
Overall length 36', Waterline 34.6'
Beam 15', Draft 3'
Aft desk 4' x 10"

Documented vessel with approximately 1024 engine hours
Two 125 horsepower Yanmar turbo diesels, model 4JH3-DTE
Three staterooms with full-size berths, hanging lockers, shelves and drawer storage
Swim platform with hot and cold freshwater shower and telescoping ladder
Fresh water wash down system at the bow with coil hose storage
GE microwave, Nova Kool 2-door refrigerator/freezer, 2-burner Hillerange propane stove with oven
Six interior fans, 2 cockpit fans and magnetic knife racks
Seagull water purifier, Seaward water heater and dockside freshwater regulator
Freedom Jazz 1500 watt inverter with transfer switch
16,000 btu Cruisair air conditioning/heating/dehumidifier unit
Two station Horizon Intrepid VHF radio with DSC
Sony am/fm stereo/10-disc CD changer with remote and two inside and two cockpit speakers
Large dinette folding table with locking extension
Cockpit cushions and folding cockpit table with drink holders
Full cockpit enclosure with screens and U-zips
Primary Delta plow anchor with 30 ft chain plus 150ft line

2  electric oil change pumps
2  4-blade bronze propellers
2  1 3/8 inch stainless steel propeller shafts
800 pound 12 volt Maxwell windlass anchor system
2 110 watt solar panels with Trace Xantrex regulator and remote display
Algae-X fuel conditioning system on each engine
Textaline companionway cover and cockpit entry screen
Polly fiddles on cabin top and teak dipstick
Fire extinguishers in cockpit and cabin, smoke/CO2 detector
4 dock lines, 4 fenders and 4 fender holders
Water pressure pump and accumulator, mount and platform
110 volt shore power system, 50ft 30 amp 125v shore cord, cable TV and telephone cord
20 pound propane bottle in separate locker with remote shutoff
Remote search light, cockpit lights, courtesy cockpit lights, running lights and horn
Transom dinghy davits, 3 access ("doggie") boards
Color Raymarine radar/Chart plotter with GPS sensor and 10" monitor
Raytheon autopilot, Raytheon depth transducer and 4" Ritchie binnacle compass
12-volt freshwater vacuflush head with macerator and separate standup shower
Custom Gibraltar counter tops with bull-nose edge in galley and head
Sharp Aquos 13" LED flat screen TV with remote, swivel mount, cable and antenna
Emerson DVD/VCR player
2  90 amp engine cranking Lifeline batteries and 2  210 amp house batteries
2  55amp alternators
Engine battery parallel switch and battery disconnect switches
Bennett trim tabs
Adjustable helm seat with foot rest and adjustable first mate seat with stowage
Double lifelines and molded fiberglass bow corner rail seats
2 self-draining foredeck storage lockers and cockpit lazarette storage
Molded non-skid deck surfaces
Linen and chart storage lockers, under settee and ottoman storage
Twin fiberglass molded skegs with integral sumps and twin balanced rudders

3  4" medium density mattresses over 15mm Vent-Air ventilation pad
2  pennant staffs and one clamp-on fishing rod holder
2 16" windshield wipers
Shakespeare VHF collapsible antenna
Acrylic companionway door and molded fiberglass sliding companionway hatch
Custom interior cushions with coordinated upholstered pillows
Teak and holly laminated floor and interior teak trim with oil finish
Double high polished stainless steel sink with single control faucet and extendable spray nopzzle
4  custom Oceanair Skyshades for salon and master stateroom windows
3  Peek-a-Boo shades

1) A 4kw generator would fit under the forward quarter berth and exhaust lines and plumbing
have been already been set up for it.

2) Owner also has an extra anchor and anchor line in storage which could be
conveyed with the sale