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1990 Endeavour Center Cockpit 42

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The entire interior of this boat has been recently refinished and all the joinerwork and cabin soles shine!
Starting from the spacious Forward Stateroom there is a roomy V-berth with insert. Drawers and storage areas are located under the berth. Storage compartments outboard as well a a large cedar lined hanging locker. Just aft is a big private head with dual entrances separate stand up shower stall. Opening ports and hatch provide light and ventilation. Opposite the head in the companonway is a beautifuld Glass fron stoage cabinet with a built in deepfreeze in the counter.
Next aft is the Main Salon: Side ports and overhead hatches provide lots of light and ventilation.Tastefully upholstered full lenghth settees port and starboard pull out to make into double berths. There is ample storage provided by drawers under the settees and cubbies behind the seat backs, twin level bookshelves and cabinets over port and starboard settees. A custom drop leaf dining table is on the centerline. the onerd had added a sturdy grab rail to the aft end of the table for safety underway. The keel stepped mast is located forward and against the bulkhead keeping the main salon open and airy. To starboard is the forward facing nav station with full size chart table, designed to offer easy communications to the cockpit
The Galley runs along the portside passageway. Outboard is the 3 burner propane stove with microwave oven mounted above, and a huge top loading freezer and fridge with abundant counter space, drawers, and lockers over and under. Inboard is an “island” with the big double sink and additonal cabinetry.
Aft of the galley is the Master Stateroom offering a queen sized island berth, separate private head and shower stall, full length cedar lined hanging lockers both port and starboard, four drawers, bookshelves both port and starboard, opening ports and overhead hatch for ample light and ventilation. Headroom throughout is 6’3″ .

Equipment on Board:

Electronics
Sea 235 Single Side Band
VHF (2) at nav station and helm pedestal (Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF plus Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF
VHF mast antenna–new 10/09
Raymarine depth sounder and trasducer new 4/11
Garmin 462 Chartplotter
Garmin 462 charts updated 10/11
Auto helm ST7000
Radar Raymarine (needs service)–24 mile
External WiFi antenna (BulletM2hp) new 11/11
2 TVs–main cabin and master stateroom
Sony stereo XR-C210 with Sony Disc Changer System EXCD-RF

Engines & Plumbing
Main engine–Yanmar 66hp model 4JH-HTBE trans. Kanzaki KM4A
Main engine– transmission Kanzaki KM4A rebuild by Cass Transmission (oil seal issue)
Main engine– transmission damper plate Cass Transmission
Shaft Zinc replaced (1/12)
Turbo charger replaced–new 10/05
New Fuel Tank (aft) and hoses–combined gallonage approx 106 gallons–new 12/05
New Fuel Tank (forward) and hoses–combined gallonage approx 106 gallons–new 2/08
Fuel Polish System serviced both tanks–2/11
Electric pump to prime genset and main engine
Electric pump to fill all fuel filters (genset and main engine) after they are changed
Electric pump to back up both genset and main engine fuel pumps
Electric pump to transfer fuel between aft and forward tanks–pumps either way
Secondary electric pump to transfer fuel from fore tank to aft tank
Marlon/composite Cutlass Bearing–new 5/11
Engine Oil change system
Transmission Rebuild by Cass Transmission
Transmission Damper Plate Replaced (new)
Stuffing Box New (replaced drip less system)–new 5/11
Manual Guzzler Cockpit Bilge Pump Rebuild Kit–new 4/10
Whale manual diaphragm in cockpit–(new rebuild kit 2010)
2ea 12 volt diaphragm in engine room
Forward Shower Sump Pump–new 4/11
Bilge High water alarm
Bilge pump hours meter installed 6/11
Bilge running indicator light in cockpit–new 6/11
Heads 2ea one forward one aft
Main head commode replaced/new hoses/holding tank–new 7/06
Aft Head Jabsco (new from West–new inlet hose) 2/12

Electrical & Mechanical
Generator–8K Kohler model 8EOZ – 665 hrs
Heart Interface Link 2000 battery management system
Magnum ME 2012 Inverter/charger (100 amp charge/2000 watt continuous AC)–new 12/09
Batteries Deep Cycle T105s (6 volt) 4 ea.–new 10/09
Battery–starting Replaced–new 12/09
Balmar MC-612 Max Charge regulator–new 2008
Battery Combiner
High output alternator (125 amp)–rebuild 6/11
Dual reverse cycle AC system
Engine supplied force air cabin heating system–new 11/06

Deck and Hull Equipment
Delta Fin type 20KG (44lbs)
Lewmar Claw–new 12/09 but never in water
35-H Danforth
Chain 175′ with 50′ 3/4 Nylon (approx)
Chain 50′ 3/8 with 200′ 3/4 nylon (approx)
Anchor Wash down pump system–new 4/11
All exterior brightwork refinished 2012
Custom removable fiberglass helm sea
Mosquito cover for all hatches and companion way–new 10/09
Reset/reseal all hatches 1/09
Sunbrella Hatch covers new 9/09
Large main cabin ports new Lexan–new 8/09
Bimini–new 9/05
Bimini–sail cover–hatch covers–dodger
Dodger (removable)–new 7/06
Pedestal Windshield and side curtains–new 12/09
Mosquito netting for cockpit but needs to reconfigured for new bimini/dodger
Dinghy Cradle that mounts above aft stateroom for dinghy during ocean travel
Dinghy Davits
Outboard motor davit
Bottom paint (Petit Trinidad 1875)–new 5/11

Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
Endeavour Center Cockpit 42
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