Endeavour Racing Yacht reproduction with White hull. Classic red below waterline.
Length: 24" x Width: 4.5" x Height: 42.50" (61cm x 11,40cm x 80 cm). Weight approximately 3 lbs.
Endeavour is a 130-foot (40 m) J-class yacht built for the 1934 America’s Cup by Camper and Nicholson in Gosport, England.
She was built for Thomas Sopwith who used his aviation design expertise to ensure the yacht was the most advanced of its day with a steel hull and mast.
She was launched in 1934 and won many races in her first season including against the J’s Velsheda and Shamrock V. She failed in her America’s Cup challenge against the American
defender Rainbow but came closer to lifting the cup than any other until Australia II succeeded in 1983.
Sail models take us back to those beach and country park outings from our youth.
In our day and age, they represent a bygone era and are beloved as decor in beach cabins and homes.
Sailboat can easily be lifted from wooden cradle display base.
Usually ships the next business day.