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Endeavour Catamaran boats are known for their unique design that combines the benefits of a multi-hull platform with the fuel-efficient performance  and cruising features of a trawler yacht.

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Endeavour Yachts was founded in Largo, Florida in the mid-1970s by John Brooks and Rob Valdes to design and build sailboats. The company relied on modified hulls from Irwin, Trident, and the designs of experienced local designers over the years of development of the sailboats, and were very successful through the early 1980s, but a recession led to the sale of the business to Coastal Financial Corp in 1986. After other failed attempts and a transition to catamarans, Endeavour was sold in 1991 and reorganized as the Endeavour Catamaran Corporation based in Clearwater, FL where it established a name in boatbuilding, producing luxury and performance catamarans.

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In 2017, Seattle-based Coastal Marine, manufacturer of ArrowCat, merged with Endeavour to increase its market share in the huge Florida recreational boating market and the company was renamed Endeavour Corporation. The luxury catamarans were produced under the Endeavour TrawlerCat brand and performance catamarans with the ArrowCat name.

Popular models are the Endeavour TrawlerCat 36, TrawlerCat 40, TrawlerCat 44, and new TrawlerCat 48, with the 3-stateroom 44 as the most popular power catamaran that Endeavour built. Endeavour built the TrawlerCats especially for cruising the shallow waters of Florida’s west coast and the Keys with running gear protected in tunnels molded into the hulls. Snagging on lobster pots or grounding is a non-issue and catamaran hulls sit level if the bottom touches in a low tide.

Endeavour TrawlerCats are all about cruising comfort, solid engineering, and ease of use as a liveaboard boat. The 44 also allowed significant customization of design details and living space, creating uniqueness among the many TrawlerCat 44s built. Living space compares favorably to monohull trawlers like Nordic Tugs, but with the catamaran advantages of stability—no reefing, shallow draft, and performance—catamarans can cruise at efficiently at trawler speed but run much faster if needed to avoid weather.

An advantage of the Endeavour TrawlerCat 36 design is the lack of flybridge, reducing its airspace, making it ideal for cruising the Great Loop and the Intracoastal Waterway with its many bridges. Catamarans have loads of space for storage and extras like gensets, watermakers, and washer/dryers. The wide set apart engines allow excellent maneuverability, eliminating the need for bow thrusters, another advantage over monohull trawlers. The open layout of the main deck and linear galley are a plus for comfortable and convenient living, while the separate hulls provide the privacy of separate staterooms with doors.

Many couples moving from sailboats to trawlers are preferring the Endeavour TrawlerCat for its comfortable stability at anchor—minimal rolling with its flat square or rectangular platform, spacious living and relaxation area, ease of handling, and shallow draft for coastal and Intracoastal cruising. And the fuel economy; catamarans are more buoyant and can cruise at trawler speed on one engine…or get to harbor should an engine fail underway! Redundancy has its advantages.

The Endeavour TrawlerCat 40 features a pilothouse and offers superb utility, to comfortably fit real people with sufficient headroom, smooth steady ride, and lots of living space. Other great features are the aft hull molded steps for easy access to the aft deck and the dinghy davits between the aft hulls, making launch and retrieval of the tender very simple—common to most coastal cruising catamarans. After initial skepticism, more and more recreational liveaboard and long-range cruisers are coming aboard with power catamarans for the many advantages they offer.

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