The attention to detail that you see throughout the interior of Endeavour yachts is also evident  up on deck. The latest materials and deck layout are evident. The mainsail is fully battened so there's no more flapping around in heavy weather. With the full llength battens and the rigid boom vang, the mainsail holds its shape under all points of sail, even in the lightest air. To perform a tack, all you have to do is turn the steering wheel. Both main and jib are completely self-tacking. This is one sailing yacht that will not wear you out. When lowering sail, both sails fall neatly into lazy-jacks and a Boom Bag for the main is attached permanently to the foot of the sail so it's always right where you need it.
EndeavourCats are designed to be sailed single-handed, making them ideal for a husband and wife crew. All lines lead to the cockpit and are color coded for easy identification.  Sheet stoppers make sheet control simple and easy.  It's no accident that they're at the right height and angle for minimum friction and ease of operation. The layout is pure logic. All halyards lead to the starboard winch, to the right of the helm. All sheets lead to the port winch, located at the captain left hand. The captain can controll all the sheets without getting out of his chair. And he can raise, lower and reef the sails without ever leaving the safety of the cockpit.  Two speed electric winches are standard and make sail handling as easy as pushing a button.
The rigid boom vang eliminates the hassle of a toppinglift and keeps the mainsail looking good upwind or down. The boom brake is a remarkable preventer of those nasty accidental jibes that embarrass us all from time to time. The boom bag stays attached to the foot of the mainsail and notice the lazy-jacks and boom basket. Low tech solutions that work.

The CamberSpar is an ingenius device that gives you the advantages of a wishbone boom without the excessive hardware. Basically it's half of a wishbone that rests in a loose pocket in the jib. For the lack of a better description, we'll call it a "halfbone". There's a roller on the forward end of the CamberSpar that allows it ro roll up the forestay until it is in position. When you tack, the "half-bone" flips over from one tack to the other, always giving you the most perfect sail shape with the least ammount of effort. Well, there's really no effort at all. It's completely self tending. No more whisker poles to mess with. Once you've used the CamberSpar, you'll never go back to roller furling. It couldn't be easier. To tack upwind just sit in the captain's chair and turn the wheel. Both main and jib completely take care of themselves. It really is an amazing thing to see. When not in use, it rests in its own lazy-jacks. The clew end can be raised all the way up to the forestay, in effect, storing it vertically if you want to have a completely clear foredeck.