70′ Colecraft Wide Beam ‘Endeavour’ SALE AGREED


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‘Endeavour’ is a beautiful, floating home that would serve equally well as a permanent residence or an idyllic weekend or holiday escape. A high quality shell built by Colecraft was fitted out by the first owner, a professional joiner, in a contemporary style using quality materials. The overall result is a luxurious, spacious and light filled space that could just as easily be a high end apartment, but with the advantage of being able to move to other locations to suit the owner’s needs. Currently being used by its second owner, who purchased Endeavour in 2021, it has only delivery hours on the engine and for simplicity and safety, there is no LPG on board as all the heating, hot water and cooking is provided by a diesel fired stove.
Viewings can be arranged 7 days a week by prior appointment please, so please contact us if you would like to book a viewing or have any questions about this vessel.


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Mild steel welded plate construction-:
10mm base plate / 6mm hull sides / 4mm cabin sides / 5mm cabin roof. Hexagrip deckboards, integral water tank, engine keel cooling tanks x 2, forward bulkhead steel doors, steel stern doors, steel sliding hatch with brass runners, tubular handrails, MG Duff 2.8kg sacrificial anodes x 8, recessed fender eyes x 6, steel pole and plank holder, steel stern rail, steel aft deck seats/storage lockers with Buffalo board tops, integral forepeak locker. Spray foam insulation (double insulated), 600x600x50mm ballast slabs on felt, Airflex underfloor insulation.
Channel Glaze 6 / 36″x21″ Full Hopper Clear Glass
Hidden Fixings 5 / 18″ Full Hopper Ports Clear Glass
Standard Shape 1 / 18″ Full Hopper Port Obscure Glass
Skylight 2000x800mm (2)
Double Glazed 5 / Mushroom Vents / Chrome
Arched Top 2 / Low Level Vents / Front
2 / Low Level Vents / Stern
High Level Vents Mushroom Vent x 5
Low Level Vents 2x front / 2x rear

Cabin Inside & Outside Primer International Intergard 251
Hull (underwater) International two-pack Intergard 410
Engine Bay Cromadex 690 RAL7040
Cabin, Decks and Gunwales Cream Semi Gloss RAL9001

Interior fit-out-:
Internal linings in architectural grade 9mm Birch plywood
Flooring in a moisture resistant HDF laminate suitable for kitchen and bathroom applications laid on 10mm insulation
Kitchen constructed from Redwood Pine with a solid Oak work top
Aft steps are solid Oak

Access to the interior from the large aft deck is via a pair of steel double doors with a sliding hatch above and a set of hand built solid oak steps leading to-:
A spacious ante-room (11’6″ x 5’6″ / 3.50m x 1.70m) – which would serve well as a boot and coat room, utility room or even a study with low level fitted storage, shelving and cupboards containing the electrical systems.
Open-plan living area (11’6″ x 25’3″ / 3.50m x 7.70m) – a vast, light space unfolds as one enters the living area incorporating a hand built, solid wood L shaped galley on the port side comprising drawer and open shelf storage, a stainless steel sink and drainer with a swan neck mixer tap, an under counter 230v fridge, and a Heritage Compact 40 diesel range in a fully tiled enclosure with spot lights above. The remainder of the living area is open plan to be used for relaxation, eating and drinking, casual entertaining, as personal exercise space, or even star gazing through the large skylights on clear nights.
Second cabin (9’2″ x 6’6″ / 2.80m x 2.00m) adjacent to the living area, via the starboard side corridor (3’3″ / 1.0m wide), is a separate good size second bedroom, study or hobby room.
The corridor continues with access to:
A large shower room (9’2″ x 6′ / 2.80m x 1.80m) with an electric flush cassette toilet, vanity unit with wash basin and a very spacious, fully tiled full height shower cubicle (1.20m x 0.90m).
A very comfortable master bedroom (11’6″ x 11’6″ / 3.80m x 3.80m) is situated towards the bow with fitted storage space, ample room for a king size bed, partly glazed steel doors to the raised foredeck, port hole windows and a cream carpet.
The interior is painted in a neutral ivory finish with wood flooring.

Beta Marine 90BHP 4 cylinder diesel engine coupled to a PRM 280 / 2:1 ratio hydraulic gearbox with a 1 1/2″ stainless steel prop shaft and 4-blade 20″x14″ propeller. Vetus 125kW bow thruster.

Surecal 75 litre horizontal, twin coil calorifier (connected to the engine and range), Heritage Compact Duette 40 range with three ovens and two hot plates (supplies heating, hot water and cooking) with Mid therm chimney and collar, classic multi-column radiators (3), stainless steel towel radiator, bespoke venetian blinds fitted to the skylights.

12v – 2 x 110Ah engine batteries, 5 x 110Ah leisure batteries, 2 x 110Ah bow thruster batteries, 1 x 65 Amp alternator, 1 x 175Amp alternator, Vetus split charging diode, fuse panel, automatic bilge pump, Thetford C262 electric flush cassette toilet, LED cabin lighting, Jabsco domestic water and shower pumps, extractor fans, navigation lights, horn, tank gauges (waste and fuel).
240v – shore power connection, consumer unit, plug sockets, Vetus 3kW inverter/charger, Victron 800W inverter (controls heating system valves), 1 kW immersion heater.

Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.  They are intended only as a guide, and they do not constitute a term of any contract. The Vendor does not make or give, and neither the Broker nor any person in its employment has any authority to make or give, any representation or warranty in relation to this vessel, in respect of which any Purchaser must rely on his own inspection.  A demonstration of the vessel will be conducted once a Sale and Purchase Agreement has been signed by both the seller and buyer and a 10% deposit has been paid into the broker’s client account.

Additional information




Fish and Duck Marina


Fish and Duck Leisure Ltd as broker on behalf of the seller

Boat Safety Certificate

Expires 04/12/2026

Vessel Name


Craft Identification Number


Vessel Condition


Vessel Type

Wide Beam Cruiser Stern


Colecraft / Miles Dunham (fit-out)




70 Wide Beam Cruiser Stern

Year Constructed






Number of Engines


Engine Model

Beta Marine 90hp (13 hours).

Fuel Type


Drive Type

Shaft drive

Cruising Speed

4 mph

Maximum Speed

7 mph

Length Overall

70' (21.33m)


13'6" (4.11m)

Maximum Draft

1'9" (0.53m)

Bridge Clearance

6'6" (1.98m) / 7'8" (2.34m) to top of chimney

Cabin Headroom

7' (2.13m)

Hull Material

Steel plate – base plate 10mm, hull sides 6mm, cabin sides 4mm and roof 5mm

Hull Type


Hull Colour


Keel Type


Dry Weight

30 tons approx.

Fuel Capacity

700 litres/154 gallons

Water Capacity

1000 litres/220 gallons

Toilet Holding Tank