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Henk Tingen 46ft Yawl 1958



Henk Tingen 46ft Yawl 1958

Designer Henk Tingen
Builder Scheepswerf Kok, Vinkeveen, Netherlands
Date 1958
Length overall 46 ft 0 in / 14.02 m
Length deck 46 ft 0 in / 14.02 m
Length waterline 37 ft 0 in / 11.28 m
Beam 11 ft 10 in / 3.61 m
Draft 5 ft 0 in / 1.52 m
Displacement 16 Tonnes
Construction Steel
Engine Perkins M60 59hp Diesel
Location United Kingdom
Price USD 165,000
Vat VAT Not Paid

These details are provisional and may be amended




ENDEAVOR is a thoroughly well-proven cruising yacht - a fine testament to her designer, Henk Tingen, and to her owners' dogged determination in bringing her back to life, rewarded by a most amazing period of voyaging. ENDEAVOR is fully equipped and ready to sail again very comfortably to points near and far.



Following pre-Second World War work as Chief Designer for Royal Huisman at Ronduite, Netherlands, Henk Tingen quietly carved a niche mostly to his own account as the designer of sensible, seaworthy and very good-looking steel yachts (and yacht kits), many of which were built at the KoK Shipyard, Vinkeveen. His name and reputation outside of Holland was perhaps best known in North America, and he acted as broker for many sales from the Netherlands to America via Holland America Yachts of New Rochelle, New York. He even shipped his own 40ft steel ketch PAMPUS to New York in 1952 to take part in that year's offshore racing season, including the Block Island and Bermuda races. After his death in 1998, Tingen's drawings archive was donated to Het Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam, The Dutch National Maritime Museum, where ENDEAVOR's drawings lie.



Henk Tingen's name and reputation outside of Holland was perhaps best known in North America, and ENDEAVOR's commissioning owner, Robert R Rush, is believed to have been a dentist hailing from the Great Lakes. Launched as ENDEAVOR TOO, she completed two transatlantic voyages under his ownership.

Subsequently becoming MAR-VI in the hands of Florida-based George Samuels, in the late 1970's she was trucked north west to Washington State under the ownership of Bill Cumming who would later become long-serving Sheriff of San Juan County. Renamed ENDEAVOR, she was berthed at Friday Harbor.

In 1987 ENDEAVOR passed to the ownership of David and Candy Masters who, after an epic period of major restoration, relaunched her in 2002 and, after fitting out and quitting their jobs, set off in 2005 for a long period of nicely paced voyaging of the Americas - south on the west coast from Vancouver Island via the Galapagos and Chile to Cape Horn, and north via the South Atlantic Islands and the Caribbean to Maine, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. In 2016 the Masters set sail from Nova Scotia for a voyage back "home" to ENDEAVOR's roots, but as always this was to be no direct point-to-point passage, taking in over two summers: Newfoundland, Iceland, the Faeroe Islands, the west and north coasts of Scotland, including the Hebrides, Norway and Denmark - finally arriving in the Netherlands in September 2017.


In 2018, the Seven Seas Cruising Association awarded David and Candy Masters with their prestigious Seven Seas Award. Previous holders include such ocean cruising luminaries as Irving and Electa Johnson (YANKEE), Eric and Susan Hiscock (WANDERER V), Miles and Beryl Smeeton (TZU HANG), and Lin and Larry Pardey (TALEISIN).

The Seven Seas Award signifies the highest international recognition to a cruising sailor whose experiences on the sea demonstrate a deep commitment to good seamanship and an understanding their ship and environment. Selection is on a worldwide basis and is not restricted to SSCA members. During SSCA's almost 70 years of existence, this honor has been awarded in only about one-third of those years.



Traditional steel construction
- Round bilges
- Centreboard (5ft/1.5m up, 8 ft/2.4m down) surrounded with internal ballast
- Spoon bow
- Slightly cutaway forefoot
- Modified full keel
- Propeller in aperture
- Small transom
- Newer steel decks, treadmaster non-skid
- Painted steel dog house and cabin top
- Round corners, small teak “eyebrow” trim around house and cabin top



1988-2002 - Major steelwork projects and major refits, including: -
- c30% of steelwork carefully replaced
- Some scantlings increased with benefit of hindsight
- Original ply/teak deck replaced with steel only, including: -
- increasing number of deck beams
- Much careful steelwork protection work aftrr professional sandblasting, with: -
- 3M 5200; modern epoxy paints professionally applied; Rubatex insulation

- Re-powering
- Re-wiring
- Re-plumbing

More detailed description and photographs of this work available by request

- In addition, all the maintenance and improvements of almost 20 years trouble-free voyaging

Recent major jobs: -
- 2016: hull below waterline pro sandblasted and repainted with mil-spec epoxy
- 2019: pro replacement of centerboard lift tube with stainless steel



From aft
- Raw teak caprail on bulwark; 4 x water freeing ports per side
- Wide side decks
- 16 x Solid stainless steel stanchions and double lifelines, gates adjacent to cockpit

Aft deck
- Stainless steel pushpit
- Mizzen sheets to pushpit
- Mizzen runners port and starboard
- Ash blocks and modern tackle and jammers
- Liferaft on stainless steel rack; padlock for security
- Panama fairleads through bulwark port and starboard
- Stainless steel mooring cleats port and starboard
- Teak lazarette hatch
- Vented gas bottle boxes port and starboard; varnished laid teak lids
- Single spreader mizzen mast
- Solar panels port and starboard

- Teak cockpit coaming
- Original teak and chrome ship's wheel; fancy knotwork
- Convex helm seat and teak helm deck with storage below seats
- Chrome Kobelt engine control
- Hydraulic selector for steering, feedback mode vs. fish-boat mode
- (set to “no feedback” when using the autopilot)
- Ritchie steering compass in shroud binnacle; compensating balls
- Raw teak cockpit seating (7ft/ 2.1m long)
- Raw teak grating and sole; aluminium engine access hatches under
- Large lockers under
- (line and fender storage, dinghy wheels, sun awning, 100 ft power cord)
- Generator to starboard
- Oilskin locker forward port; access also from galley
- Controls for water maker
- Anderson 52 2-speed self-tailing foresail winches port and starboard
- Winch handles in pockets
- Running backstay tackles port and starboard
- Perkins engine instrumentation at starboard bulkhead
- Simrad AP24 autopilot control and remote on lead at port bulkhead
- Furuno repeaters - wind, depth, speed at port bulkhead
- Centreboard winder

- Genoa tracks and 3 x cars at bulwark port and starboard
- Panama mid fairleads through bulwark port and starboard
- Stainless steel mooring cleats port and starboard

Cabin trunk
- GRP/Balsa hard dodger with tempered glass windows (2008), canvas side curtains
- Teak companionway hatch slides forward into steel garage
- 2 x louvered companionway doors; brass handle; chromed hinges
- Stainless steel boom gallows (2019)
- Raw teak grabrails port and starboard
- Teak butterfly skylight; stainless steel rods; stopwaters
- Main mast, single spreaders and diamonds
- 2 x Anderson 40 self-tailing 2-speed halyard winches
- 2 x Barlow 26 winches lower mast
- 1 x single speed self-tailing Anderson 12 winch for slab reefing
- Stainless steel traveller for self-tacking boom staysail
- 2 x Dorade boxes with chromed bronze vent cowls

- Teak hatch over fo'c'sle
- Maxwell 2200 electric windlass with foot switch
- Warping drum and chain gipsy
- Panama fairleads through bulwark port and starboard
- Stainless steel mooring cleats port and starboard
- 25kg Rocna bower anchor on bow roller
- Aluminum Fortress "mud" anchor
- 100 lb Fisherman style storm anchor
- 15kg Danforth lunch hook/ kedge
- 300ft/ c100m chain marked in 5 fathom sections
- 25ft/ 8m big chain made up to a 250ft/ 76m rode, ¾in/ 19mm nylon with thimble eye
- Deckwash pump with long, two piece hose and nozzle



4 x Steps down companionway ladder with rope mats
- Mahogany ply interior with light color laminate deckhead in the dog house
- Genuine teak and ash sole fwd to start of passage
- 12V Electric lighting
- 110 V sockets for plug in appliances, chargers and lights
- 12 V Caframo fans to move air on hot days (5 mounted, spare fans and blades)
- Screening options for opening ports

Galley to port
- Large original windows
- Top loading fridge/ freezer
- Double deep stainless steel sink
- High clearance Grohe mixer tap
- Seawater pump
- Hot water return valve
- Force 10 marine gas oven and 3 x burner hob
- Magma nesting pans with handles lids
- Mixing bowls, Tupperware, spice cabinet with full set of Tupperware containers
- Canisters, utensils, knives, measuring cups, burr coffee bean grinder, funnels, salad servers
- Pressure cooker, baking pans

Navigation area to starboard
- Large original windows
- Forward facing full-size chart table
- Tilt top with paper chart and navigator's tools under
- Tool stowage below navigators seat
- Tank Tender gauge
- Navigation displays including Furuno radar
- Radios
- Dell monitor for nav software and pc
- Ship's isolator panel
- Gauges, battery monitors, electrolysis indicator, propane solenoid switch and alarms
- Engine hours counter, wind generator output meter, 110 volt input meter
- Exterior lights, circuit breakers, and bilge pump switches (accessible from outside)

Forward to saloon
- U-shaped settee/ dining area to port; lockers
- Converts to sea-berth via drop leaf or double berth removing table legs plus cushion
- Dinette table with one drop leaf, one removable leaf
- Multiple food storage options under seats and behind seat backs
- Extra long pull-out settee to starboard
- Pilot berth outboard; reading light; darkeing curtains
- 3 x large drawers under
- Dickenson Antarctic Diesel Heater; variable speed draft fan; stovetop circ fan
- Kenwood stereo; Bose speakers
- 2 x Portlights between bookshelves to port
- 2 x Portlights between bookshelves to starboard
- 4 x Bulkhead lights
- 3 x Deckhead lights
- Brass “Trawler" Lamp
- 8in Brass ship's bell with fancy knot-work bell rope

Forward to passage
- WC compartment to port
- Antique monel sink from WWII ship
- Shower; drains via floor grate to sump
- Manual Groco Series K toilet
- 3 x drawers
- Large closet
- Mirror, shaving light, Caframo fan
- Wolter Systems 300 propane flash water heater
- Hot and cold water manifold under sole
- Opening port
- Deckhead light
- Large, shelved hanging locker to starboard
- (Fire extinguisher, fluxgate compass, seawater manifold)
- Opening port above
- Deckhead light

Forward to forecabin
- Berths port and starboard convert to large double
- Bunk cushions of Naugahyde (for use outside), filler cushion has fabric cover
- Large lockers under berths
- Bulkhead lockers
- Deckhead light
- 4 x Spotlights
- 2 x Reading lights
- 2 x Opening ports with screening options
- Frosted portlight in deckhead gives natural light

Forward to fo'c'sle via sliding doors in fwd bulkhead
- Sail stowage
- Outboard motor stowage
- Chain locker
- Hatch in deckhead to foredeck with Fresnel portlight



- 7/8 fractional yawl rig with jumper struts on the upper main mast
- Original varnished hollow spruce spars
- Stainless 1x19 wire standing (2011) with Hi Mod reusable terminal ends
- “Warpspeed” Kevlar with cover running back stays (2019)
- Spinlock clutches starboard boom for reefing lines
- Lazy jacks for mainsail
- Telescopic aluminium whisker pole on port forward lifeline

By Schattauer, Seattle (2005)
- Main Sail with 2 x deep reefs, 4 x battens
- Mizzen Sail with 1 x reef, 3 x battens
- 130 percent genoa with hanks
- 90 percent blade working boom jib with hanks and 3 x battens
- Storm jib (70sq ft/ 6.5sq m) on a long pennant

Other sails
- 159% Genoa (1980s vintage, still good shape)
- Nylon drifter (164%t; light weight sheets, good shape)
- Mizzen Staysail by Ratsey (1960s vintage, little used)

- Green sail/ boom covers



- Perkins M-60 4cyl Diesel (c.1995, installed new 2002 - 4527 hours)
- 1¼ in prop shaft; 18x12 rh propeller
- 4.2 kW Farrymann Entec EW4200 generator in soundshield

- Sears Gold start battery for main engine (2010)
- 2 x Full River deep cycle 260 Ah house batteries
- Engine alternator
- Isolation Transformer (240 V converted to 110 Vin foreign ports)
- Inverter to run 110v from 12 v batteries: -
- ie coffee grinder, chargers, vacuum and power tools
- 2 x Kyosera 136 solar panels and regulator
- Air-X wind generator at mizzen head
- Regulator, new blue blades, new bearings (2019)
- Bose indoor/outdoor speakers, 2 x cockpit, 2 x salon
- Kenwood Stereo CD and Tuner with jack for MP3
- Additional lighting in forepeak, lockers and engine space

Tankage/ Water
- 2 x 65 gal/295 L s/s water storage tanks
- 20 gal/90 L Holding Tank w valves for pump-out or Macerator (new 2019) for overboard
- 105 gal/420 L capacity for diesel in Saddle and Keel Tanks (420 liters)
- Tank Tender reads fluid level in 4 tanks: fuel, 2 x water (stb and port) and holding tank
- Spectra watermaker, 15 Gal/ hour, 3-stage (filters) for raw water
- Clark pump, FW flush system, 2 x Shurflow pumps, hand held water tester



- Furuno GaAs FET radar; raydome on Mizzen; display at nav station
- Furuno GP-32 GPS
- Furuno RD33 depth/speed/wind displays; repeaters in cockpit
- IC-M802 HF/ sideband radio and Pactor Modem
- MJF-949E SWR Meter
- Icom Tuner under helm deck near antenna penetration
- ICOM IC M502 base station VHF
- HM-167 remote VHF speaker/mic (plug near helm)
- 2 x ICOM hand-held VHF
- NX-300 Navtex
- AIS sender/receiver
- Simrad (Robertson) Autopilot, Cockpit control, Remote Control on 25’ wire
- Whistleminder, automatic fog signal device
- Whelan Loudhailer and horn, (100 watt speaker on port spreader)
- Watch Commander – timer and alarm for deck watches
- Large selection of Guidebooks, paper charts for Northern Europe
- Navigation instruments for coastal plotting and Hobbs Marine Navigation Reference
- 2 boat computers, main and backup for navigation
- "Fit" PC, large flat screen monitor on articulating arm with dedicated inverter
- “Cray” backup computer in locker
- HP Printer/Scanner (can run on inverter)
- Navigation lights at pulpit, pushpit and mast



- Winslow 4-person liferaft in Pelican box
- Life sling hard case (2016)
- MOB flag float and horseshoe, sea anchor system
- EPIRB current registration through 2020 new battery 2015
- Radar Reflector; permanently mounted, top of main mast
- 3 x CO2 Fire Extinguishers, 1 galley, 2 hanging locker
- Fire axe
- 1 x Halon Engineroom Extinguisher, activator near helm
- Jordan Series Drogue sized for Endeavor, never used, 100 + ‘buckets’
- 2 x Inflatable life vests/ harnesses
- PFDs for guests
- Extensive first aid supplies in the forepeak
- Trauma Kit (Red Bag in Head locker)
- Drugs and Medicines (2016)
- Port and starboard blowers to vent engine room/ lazarettes



- Wall safe - welded in stateroom under port bunk, after end.
- Hoover Vacuum Cleaner (2019)
- Pfaff 130 Heavy Duty Sewing Machine
- (detachable hand crank, sail thread 69 and 92)
- Extension Cords (50’ and 25’)
- Inspection lamp with rough duty bulbs.
- 9 x 20 L heavy duty fuel cans to carry extra diesel on deck
- 5 x small (4-5 L) plastic cans (red)
- 4 Propane gas containers (new in 2013) 10 lb cans in boxes, stern deck

Tools (all electrical, 110 V)
- Very comprehensive inventory

- Very comprehensive inventory including oils



To "Schipper Richard" and his www.amisia.be website for information on Henk Tingen


These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as a general guide. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details on which they wish to rely.


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