1983 Endeavour 40 Cruising Sailboat For Sale

by Jacob Rudy
(Cobb Island, MD, USA)


'New Attitude', a 1983 Endeavour 40 - $70,000 - now reduced to $65,000

This 1983 Endeavour 40 has travelled extensively along the East Coast, to Bermuda, to the Bahamas, and to the Turks and Caicos.

She is a very seaworthy boat and has been well-maintained.

The many additions and modifications have made her into a very comfortable place to sail and to live for extended periods of time.

Leading all lines to the cockpit and installing line clutches, and the ability to drop and raise the anchor from the cockpit have made her a very safe boat to sail.

An electric winch to raise the main from the cockpit is a welcome addition, and the Schaeffer in-boom furler allows you to reef or furl the main safely and swiftly from the cockpit.

Belowdecks, one of the greatest modifications was removing the large center table console and building a drop-down table which folds up into its own cabinet when not in use.

The modifications to the refrigerator box and the conversion to a Frigaboat system allow you to keep food frozen for several months, as well as easy access to all items in the refrigerator.

Storage is greatly improved by providing access to empty space available throughout the boat and adding shelving in the aft cabin.

Extra lighting and fans make it more comfortable below on warm days and nights, and having a generator to provide AC for extremely hot weather is a big plus.

Four solar panels provide enough power to run all navigation equipment, the refrigerator, stereo, TV, DVD player, and computer, plus keep the batteries topped off.

She is a wonderful cruiser, waiting patiently for her next voyage!


Bow:
● Extended bowsprit of stainless steel and teak
● Teak seat mounted on bowsprit
● Extended pulpit rail over bowsprit
● Extra pulpit rail comes with boat as a spare
● Two anchors mounted on the bowsprit
1. 35# Danforth on a launching davit with 200’ of 3/8” chain and 200’ of
¾” rode
2. 35# CQR with 10’ of 3/8” chain and 200’ of ¾” rode
● Two anchor windlasses on the bow
1. horizontal Lewmar H3 with capstan and 3/8” chain gypsy, plus 5/16” gypsy in spare parts - up/down foot pedal control on bow
2. vertical Lewmar Oceans with capstan and 3/8” gypsy (replaced original windlass)
● Forward deck locker modified to facilitate installation of Lewmar H3 windlass
● Anchor washdown/ondeck shower in forward deck locker

Deck and Hull:
● Padeyes installed for ondeck forward storage of dinghy
● Custom dinghy davits on transom with steel reinforcement in aft deck
● Stainless steel rack for solar panels mounted on dinghy davits
● Propane locker with 5-gal. fiberglass propane tank
● Dunlap 6-person liferaft on deck rack
● 17” x 16 3-blade propeller
● Teak rubrails port and starboard on hull
● Two midships cleats
● Stern boarding ladder
● Two stainless steel fishing rod holders
● 16 ABI stainless steel ports
● Two companionway weatherboards – one wood, one Lexan
● Teak cockpit folding dining table
● Whale manual bilge pump in cockpit
● Cockpit cushions
● 4 Lexan hatches, 2015
● Sunbrella bimini on stainless steel frame over cockpit with aft deck extension, 2014
● Sunbrella dodger, 2014
● Sunbrella boom/main cover, 2014
● Sunbrella covers for all hatches, winches, teak grabrails, wheel/pedestal, and liferaft, 2014
● Deck painted and new non-skid, 2017
● SSB dynaplate on hull
● 7 coats of Interlux Interprotect Hull Epoxy, 2006
● Interlux Perfection hull paint, 2016
● New lifelines, 2009

Mast, Rigging, and Sails:
● All rigging new 2009
● Radar antenna on mast mounted on gravity pivot
● All sail control lines lead to cockpit
● Schaeffer boom furler system, 2004
● Electric winch for main and furler with brake clutches
● Self-tailing winch for main boom sheet with brake clutch
● Kicker on boom with brake clutch
● Hood roller furling system for jib
● Two #48 Lewmar self-tailing winches for jib
● North mainsail, new in 2004
● Sobstad 120% jib, new in 2000
● Stormsail with rigging and installed padeye on deck
● Asymmetrical spinnaker with sock and aft toerail tracks
● Two spinnaker winches
● Wisker pole
● Spreader lights
● SSB/HAM radio antenna with insulators on backstay

Navigation Electronics and Electrical – deck/cockpit:
● Raytheon remote “RAM” VHS handset and speaker, 2012
● Raytheon RC530 Plus chartplotter with radar overlay, 2004
● Raytheon ST5000 Plus autopilot system with electric ram at rudder post quadrant, 2004
● Raytheon speed, depth, wind, and fluxgate compass on console at companionway, 2004
● Four solar panels mounted on stern rack, 28-amp output, 2009
● Air-X wind generator and controller, 2009
● Air-X wind-to-water generator adapter, 2009
● Lewmar H3 anchor windlass remote control switch in cockpit
● Tachometer, volt meter, fuel meter, kill switch, ignition switch, oil pressure/overheat alarm, all new in 2012

Navigation Electronics – nav station below:
● Standard Horizon GX2100 VHS with matrix AIS, 2012
● Raytheon RL70C Plus radar with chart repeater, 2004
● Raytheon RC320 GPS/chartplotter with SeaTalk to autopilot, 2004
● Remote control for autopilot, 2006
● Manuals for all electronics

Galley:
● HilleRange propane gimbaled stove with three burners and oven, 1994
● Custom removable cover for stovetop
● Frigaboat refrigerator/freezer – 12-volt with keel cooler, 2009
● Extra insulation installed around refrigeration compartment, 2009
● Interior of refrigeration compartment modified to include removable shelves and circulation fan, 2009
● Propane shutoff control panel, 1994
● Pressurized hot/cold water, plus cold water back-up foot pump with filter
● Service for 4 melamine dishes and glasses

Cabins and Heads:
● Fans and extra lighting
● Custom bulkhead-mounted fold-down dining table with hinged leaf in its own storage cabinet
● New Jabsco toilets in both forward and aft heads
● Multiple storage access hatches throughout
● Custom shelving in aft cabin for extra storage
● Leacloths installed on both main cabin settees
● AM/FM stereo with CD player and auxiliary jack
● Eight stereo speakers – two aft, two main, two forward, two cockpit – with selector switches
● Two AC/heatpumps
● Various dock lines and fenders
● Carbon monoxide detector
● Three fire extinguishers
● Flares and airhorn
● Pressurized hot/cold water in both heads
● Screens for hatches and ports
● Privacy curtains for ports and privacy inserts for overhead hatches, 2014
● New headliner in main cabin and aft cabin, 2017

Engine House:
● Westerbeke 7kW AC generator
● Xantrex inverter/battery charger
● Automatic bilge pump
● Secondary electric bilge pump
● Freshwater pump
● Shower sump pump
● 6-gal. hot water tank/heater – heats by electricity or diesel exhaust heat
● Perkins 4.108 (50hp) diesel auxiliary engine, approximately 3000 hrs. operation
● All water pumps replaced, 2013
● Two Racor 500FG diesel fuel filters
● Hurth transmission, replaced 2012
● Solar panel controller, 2010
● Battery bank switching
● Starter battery, 2017
● Two house batteries, 2017, plus two older house batteries
● Belmar 100-amp alternator with dual belt and Heart external regulator
● Three charging isolation relays
● (in forward hold) Anchor windlass battery, 2017
● Heavy-up on all battery cables
● Miscellaneous spare parts and gaskets for Perkins and Westerbeke

Electrical Panel:
● Westerbeke generator control panel
● DC section: Xantrex inverter/charger control
Wind and solar amp meters and switches
DC power circuit breakers
● AC section: amp and volt meters
Reverse polarity indicator
Shore power/generator selector switch
Xantrex charger/inverter control
Water tank meter
Fuel tank meter
AC power circuit breakers

Miscellaneous:
● Two telescoping boat hooks
● Outboard motor (for dinghy) mount on stern rail
● Bosun’s chair
● Four Type II life preservers
● Two throwable floating cushions
● Life Sling throwable life preserver
● 3-drawer tool chest with miscellaneous tools
● 130-amp shore power cable
● AC outlets throughout
● New varnish and paint throughout interior, 2017
● Main cabin cushions replaced, 2015
● New covers for remainder of interior cushions, 2017


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