1983 Endeavour 40 CC
The Endeavour 40 Center Cockpit is one of the perennial favorites offering the dual roles of comfortable living and offshore cruising in a well-built, proven Bob Johnson design. Her shoal draft of 5' makes her ideal for local and Bahamian waters. The spacious forward cabin and additional head/shower makes the Endeavour 40 CC a popular choice for the owner who likes to have friends aboard for the weekend or coastal cruise.
Zephyr comes to the market ready to cruise with many recent additions and loaded with cruising gear. She is a two owner boat which has been continually maintained and upgraded. She comes equipped with a lot of newer gear and upgrades including Garmin 4210 color chart plotter with XM Weather and integrated Auto Pilot (2011), 150% Furling Genoa and Furling Main Sail (2008) on Harken Furlers (2008), newer Fuel & Water Tanks (2008), newer West Marine Dinghy (2013) with 6 hp Mercury outboard on Dinghy Davits, newer 2000W Inverter/Charger, newer Lewmar Electric Windlass, Reverse Cycle AC/Heat, Custom Fiberglass Hardtop Bimini, Westerbeke 5kw Gen Set, Watermaker, AND MUCH MORE! (SEE FULL SPECS)
Zephyr has an enormous enclosed center cockpit for entertaining guests regardless of the weather, keel stepped mast, beautiful and spacious teak interior, two(2) enclosed cabins with ensuite heads & showers, and 6'4" headroom throughout. She is one of the stalwarts of the 80's when sailboats were built with quality and comfort foremost in mind. Call today to see firsthand why the Endeavor 40 retains both its value and its popularity as a wonderful live-a-board family cruiser.
- 40 CC
- Titusville, FL, US
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- 40 ft - 12.19 meter
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- 50 (Individual), 50 (combined)
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Builder: Endeavour Yachts
Designer: Bob Johnson
Maximum Draft: 5'0"
Displacement: 25,250 lbs
Ballast: 9,250 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 54'6"
Engine Brand: Perkins 4 cylinder diesel
Engine HP: 50 hp
Engine Model: 4-108
Cruising Speed: 6.5 knots
Maxiumum Speed: 7.5 knots
Engine Hours: 4890 hrs
Fresh Water: 170 Gallons (new in 2008)
Fuel: 50 Gallon (new in 2008)
Holding Tanks: 15 and 25 gallon
Vessel can sleep up to eight adults in three staterooms.
Starting forward is the guest stateroom with Vee Berth w/filler, storage drawers and hanging locker.
The forward head to starboard has an ensuite entrance from the guest stateroom and a second door into the main salon. The head has a manual flush toilet, hot & cold pressurized water, vanity and shower.
To Port in the main salon is a storage locker/buereau.
The Salon contains a large pedestal mounted double drop leaf center line table and port & starboard settees that both expand to double berths. Ample storage is found underneath and outboard o fthe opposing settees.
The large U-shaped Galley is next aft to port at the base of the companionway and features a gimbaled 3 burner propane stove & oven, double stainless steel sinks, and the undercounted refer and freezer box with 12VDC refrigeration.
A hanging locker and workbench are located to starboard, aft of he sit down Nav Station near the base of the companionway. Additional 12 cu. in. Freezer or Refrigerator located on starboard side.
Across the way is the Engine room access and electrical panel.
The Master stateroom is aft with an athrwartships double berth, handing locker, bureau drawers, a full length mirror and an ensuite head with shower. Natural illumination is provided from two deck prisms along with abundant ventilation from an opening deck hatch and three opening side ports and 12 volt fan.
Spacious but secure galley lies at the foot of the companionway to port and affords the cook easy access and conversation to both salon and cockpit guests.
Twin S/S Sink w/hot 'n cold mixer valve faucet
Gimballed Propane Stove w/Oven
Large Top opening Refrigeration & Freezer
Custom Recessed Microwave Oven
Numerous Storage Cabinets and Lockers
Electronics and Instruments
Zephyr is equipped with all the goodies including 4210C Garmin Chart Plotter tied in with Autopilot, XM Weather overlays.
New (2012) GARMIN 4210 Color Chart Plotter
New (2011) GARMIN Auto Pilot (follows plotted course on Chartplotter)
New (2011) GARMIN Wind Instrument (Auto Pilot Adjusts to Wind Changes)
New (2008) ICOM VHF Radio w/Masthead Antenna and Emergency Railmount Antenna
New (2011) GARMIN XM Radio/Weather Station (displays satellite weather on plotter)
New (2012) GARMIN Marine Radio with AIC at Helm (displays commercial and pleasure traffic with name of vessel, course and vessel size) includes Coast Guard Emergency Notification of GPS Co-ordinates.
ICOM ICM700 SSB Radio
Portable Emergency Beacon
Portable Marine Radio
RITCHIE Binnacle Compass at Helm
Twin 120VAC 30 amp circuits provide for plenty of power to run all the accessories such as air conditioning/heat, TV's, Sterios, hot water and other electrical appliances. What's even better is the genset extends all these conveniences away form the dockside noise and marina expenses to those secluded anchorages you've always dreamed of exploring.
New (2011) 75 Watt Panels (2) with Blue Sky MPPT Regulator
Heart Interface 2000W Invertor/Charter w/Digital Battery Monitor (2008)
WESTERBEKE Diesel 5kw Gen Set
New (2014) Reverse Cycle 16k BTU AC/HEAT System
Two (2) 30 Amp 120VAC Shore Power Circuits w/Breaker Panel and 50 ft Cords
Three (3) New Group 27 Deep Cycle House Batteries
Two (2) New Dedicated Group 27 Gen Set & Engine Start Batteries
Spacious but scute galley lies at the foot of the companionway to port and affords the cook easy access and conversation to both salon and cockpit guests.
OMAR 150% Furling Genoa w/Blue Sunbrella Protective Foot & Leech Covers (2008)
OMAR Furling Mainsail behind mast w/Blue Sunbrealla U/V Cover on Leech (2008)
Additional Hank-On Downwind 150% Genoa Sail.
Harkin Furlers (Main and Genoa) (2008)
Deck & Anchoring Hardware
Custom Fiberglass Hard Bimini (7 foot headroom) with full enclosure of both Eisenglass and screens transforms the spacious cockpit into a vast extra room for entertaining guests or lounging regardless of weather either at dockside of underway. All lines lead into the cockpit are for adjusting sails without having to go on deck in foul weather.
(2008) HARKEN Genoa Furling System
Additional Secondary Forestay
Twin Adjustable Whisker Poles
(2008) HARKEN Behind the Mast Mainsail Furling System
Cutsom Fiberglass Hard Bimini Top w/ 1.5 inch S/S Tubing
(2008) Full Cockpit Enclosure with both Eisenglass Curtains and Insect Screens
(2008) S/S Davits w/Triple Lifting Blocks & Twin Backstay Support Wires
Outboard Motor Lifting Crane
Lewmar Anchor Windlass with Up and Down controls on deck and at helm
Twin Achor Rollers on Bowsprit
75 lb CQR Anchor w/ 150 ft of 3/8 in Stainless Steel Anchor Chain (2008)
Secondary 45 CQR w/150 ft of 3/8 in Galvanized HT anchor chain
New (2012) Lightweight Danforth Anchor on Stern
Equipped with smooth running and well maintained 4 cylinder Perkins 4-108 Fresh Water cooled Diesel Engine. Large and powerful three blade prop makes for both swift powering into adverse seas and easy maneuvering in reverse.
Engine diesel injector pump overhauled (2011)
New (2008) Aluminum Fuel Tank
Custom Protective S/S Keel Shoe
PUR Water Maker
120VAC 18 Gal Water Heater w/Engine Heat Exchanger
12VDC Pressure Water System w/ Hot 'n Cold Cockpit Shower and Anchor Washdown
6 Man Liferaft (needs decertification)
Closed Cell Foam Cockpit Cushions (2008)
Custom Adjustable Captsins Seat at Helm
Fenders & Docklines
Original Endeavour 40CC Owners Manual
Original Manuals for all equipment on boat
Miscellaneous Spare Parts
New (2014) West Marine Dinghy
6 hp Mercury Outboard
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.