Endeavour 42 - Centre Cockpit sloop
by Geoff Craigen
(Grenada, West Indies)
'Beach House', a 1985 Endeavour 42
Mast Height above water:62'0"
SORRY, NOW SOLD!
This boat has served us well for 13 years and we named her Beach House..
Thirteen years of enjoying a comfortable, spacious live-a-board cruiser and the Eastern Caribbean.
With a centre line queen bed aft and full headroom throughout, we have had a wonderful time. It’s now time for somebody else to enjoy this boat.
The boat has its own mooring in Tyrrel Bay, Carriacou. If you’re not familiar with the Eastern Caribbean, Carriacou is one of the three main islands that make up the nation of Grenada. (That’s the country that Ronald Reagan invaded in 1983.)
For full background on the Endeavour 42 click or go here
Also, please read http://lifeonbeachhouse.blogspot.com/2009/08/it-was-breathtaking-crush-of-people.html
Stepping down from the centre cockpit lands you in a spacious salon with settee seats both sides and a large table with fold down leaves in the centre.
To starboardd is the nav station with the electrical panel and radios.
Turning to the port you see the galley between the salon and aft cabin. The galley is equipped with a fridge and small freezer, double sinks and a 3 burner Force 10 stove with oven. Above the counter are 3 cupboards.
Behind the galley, below the cockpit is the spacious engine room with access all 4 sides.
The aft cabin has a centre line queen bed with 2 hanging closets, 6 drawers, a full length mirror and seats for dressing.
The aft head has a Jabsco head. The shower area is now a tool and spares storage area.
Going forward from the Salon, there is a large hanging locker currently used as a pantry. To the port is the forward head. There is plenty of room to stand and turn around and adjacent is the forward shower.
Then forward again to the guest cabin (V-berth) with drawers, hanging locker.
Engine: Perkins 4-154;
Fuel Capacity: 130 Gal;
Water Capacity: 50 Gal;
Holding Tank: 30 gal (currently disconnected) and macerator.Sails
Sails: Main full batten with Mack Pack and lazy jacks, Genoa 130;
Spinaker/Whisker pole on mast;
Winches: Lewmar 30 on mast, Jib sheet winches Lewmar 48 – 2 speed self tailing.Electronics/Electrical
VHF: Icom 402A with Command Mic;
Antenna Tuner Kenwood KAT-1;
Modem: Pactor SCS PTC-II;
Radar: Si-Tex T721 Radar;
Wind Generators: Air-X and Rutland 913;
Solar Panels: Kyocera KCM130TM (130W) with Blue Sky Solar Boost 30 controller;
Batteries: 4 x Trojan L16H-AC;
Charger/Inverter: Xantrex Freedom 30;
Batteries – Trojan L16H x 4 (840AH);
LED anchor light;
LED cabin lighting;
Auto Pilot: Raymarine, ST6000;
Instruments ST-60 Knot, Depth, Wind (needs replacing);
Refrigerator: Sea Frost BD50F;
Fans in every cabin;
Jabsco Hydro Air Bilge Switch;
2 x spare Powerline Alternators & Powerline 10-184 controller;
Wind Generator Air-X;
Wind Generator Rutland 913;
120VAC outlets & Lighting throughout.Ground Tackle
Bruce 30Kg 150’ x 3/8” galvanized chain;
Windlass: Lofrans Tigres, 12v electric);
Spare ground tackle: 25 lb CQR, 15 lb Danforth + 150’ 9/16” nylon rope rode;
Anchor well split to stow chain and rode/mooring lines;
Bow rollers x 2;
Wash-down pump Flojet.OnDeck
Wind generator on both aft corners with 3 solar panels mounted between;
SS bow and stern pulpits;
Dyneema lifelines with gate clasps port and starboard;
Swing-down swim ladder;
Large cleats forward, mid and aft;
Bimini with SS frame over cockpit with side curtains;
Danforth Constellation 6 Compass;
Fold-down wooden cockpit table;
Winch handle holders;
2 winch handles;
2 Dock boxes mounted aft for storage.Extras
Dinghy, Walker Bay SLR310 with a Suzuki DT165A and Yamaha 5hp as a spare;
2 x 20lb Propane tanks;
Honda 2000ie 120v generator;
Plates, cutlery, glasses, mugs and tools and spares.
NOTE - Personal effects will be removed.Asking Price: