1981, ENDEAVOUR 43 KETCH

$114,900.00

Description

1981 Endeavour 43 Cutter rigged Ketch
If you are looking for a true Bluewater Cruising boat at an affordable price, then Two Can Play is the boat for you.
With four 4D wet cell batteries powered by 3 solar panels, 8Kw diesel generator, plus a KISS wind generator, you will be provided ample power. Many spare parts for major systems.
The 62 HP Perkins 4-154 gives the boat a cruising range in excess of 750 miles.
A well constructed dodger and bimini with “Phiffertex”, Isinglass or canvas for a full enclosure, will provide excellent protection from the elements.
In the cockpit 10 people can comfortably enjoy sundowners. There is easy access to 4 self-tailing winches and the main sheet traveler where even the smallest of crew has little problem in handling this boat. The helm has all the controls for VHF radio, autopilot and the main engine controls. The cockpit is fitted with custom made cushions and pillows. When the weather turns wet or cold the full enclosure assures a warm and dry watch.

Buying a boat in Mexico can have some tax advantages in saving you state sales tax and the boat is already where you want to start cruising. When buying a boat in Mexico, all of the title transfer, paperwork, and funds transfers are handled in the United States by a Marine Documentation Services Company for your convenience and peace of mind.

The owners of La Paz Cruisers Supply and Brokerage are cruisers themselves and have been living and cruising aboard in Mexico since 2008. Our team has crossed oceans, sailed to the South Pacific, delivered catamarans from South Africa and sailed around the Caribbean, Mediterranean and world. Our goal isn’t to waste your time, but to help you find a boat that fits your budget and dreams.

Full Specifications

Walkthrough
Enter the salon from the huge cockpit and down the companionway ladder. The salon offers 6′ 7″ headroom. The entire vessel has 14 opening ports throughout and 4 large opening hatches.
You will find a U shape galley to port with a double stainless-steel sink, three burner gimbaled stove & oven, a 12 Volt upright refrigerator, and a large top-loading icebox which can be used for storage (abandoned cold plate still in place). There is also a 125 V AC Ice-maker.
The navigation station with chart table and VHF radio is located starboard. Forward of the navigation station is the L shaped settee with storage above, below and behind the cushions. Above the settee on the bulkhead is a custom made book rack. The dinette table with drop leaves has storage in the top and can be mounted either in front of the settee or under the companionway stairs. Across from the settee is a large credenza with more storage in cabinets, shelves and drawers.
Moving forward is the guest stateroom with ensuite head, sink & shower and storage in drawers & cabinets. The Pullman berth is starboard, with a padded seat to port, and a large locker with shelves and drawers. Also, you will find a louvered door to the anchor locker.
Moving aft from the salon is the full-height walkthrough to the master stateroom. The walkthrough has numerous cupboards, shelves and work bench, fishing pole rack, plus two large doors to access the engine room. The batteries are located below the teak sole.
The master stateroom has an athwart ship queen size berth, an opening hatch, opening ports, storage lockers and drawers, plus a large cedar-lined hanging closet with even more engine access. The cedar closet swings out to provide access to engine-room. An ensuite head with sink, cabinets and stall-shower with an additional door to access the large engine-room.

Deck Hardware & Ground Tackle
Windlass: Ideal windlass – wired, remote and foot switches.
Primary anchor: Spade A100 with 125′ of 5/16″ G4 galvanized chain.
2nd anchor: Claw 66 lbs. with 50′ of 5/16″ G4 galvanized chain + 150′ of 3/4″ three strand nylon.
Stern anchor: Danforth 20 lbs. with 50′ of 5/16″ galvanized chain + 150′ of 3/4″
three strands nylon.
Deck wash down: Saltwater.
Cleats/Chocks: Heavy duty stainless-steel with closed chocks.
Dinghy Davits: Stainless-steel mounted at the stern.

Safety
Fire Extinguishers: Four 3 lbs. and one 5 lbs.
PFD’s: (1) type V inflatables with re-arming kits.
(4) type II.
EPIRB: Needs new battery.
Life Sling: Yes.
Safety Tethers: One.
Sound Signal Device: Handheld Air horn and a whistle.
Bilge Pumps: 2 automatic and 1 manual.
Stanchions & Lifelines: Solid stainless-steel top rail with intermediate wire. Life lines are new (2022).
Navigation Lights: Yes. International and Tri-Color.
Radar Reflector: Yes. Needs to be installed.
Signal Mirror: Yes.
CO + Smoke detector/alarm: Yes, in each stateroom.

Electrical
Shore power cables: (2) 30 amp/125 Volt 50′ long shore power cables and two 30A power inlets. 50A to two 30A adaptor.
Electrical board: Circuit breakers control board. Upgraded in 2015.
Polarity protection.
House Batteries: (4) 4D wet cell batteries stored in a dedicated leak-proof box.
Battery Isolator: Yes
Battery monitor: Digital & analog.
Charger: Mastervolt 70 amp.

Inverter/charger: “Heart Interface” 2,500 watts.
Solar Power: (3) “Kyocera” – 70 watt, 80 watt and 130 watt (total 280 watts).
Solar charge controller: (3) MPPT controllers.
Wind Generator: “KISS” 25 amp.
Exterior lights: Spreaders lights.
Interior lights: Most converted to LED.
GFCI protection: On AC outlets.
Bonding system: Under waterline metal parts are bonded.
Generator: “Westerbeke 8.00BTDA”, 8 kW.

Mechanical
Engine: Perkins 4-154, 62 HP (1981).
Engine Hours: 5662.
Engine Beds: Encapsulated.
Fuel Filters: Twin with a manifold.
Alternator: 60 amp.
Alarms: Gauges & buzzer.
Controls: Teleflex
Transmission: ZF25 (2006).
Shaft & Packing: 1 1/4″ with PYI dripless packing.
Anodes: Plate zinc & shaft zinc.
Cutlass Bearing: Replaced in 2016. Less than 50 hours in use.
Propeller: Bronze, 3 blades.
Thruhulls & Valves: Bronze ball-valves seacocks.
Blower: Yes.
Oil Change: Electric pump.
Rudderpost: Conventional rudder packing.
Generator: “Westerbeke 8.00BTDA”, 8kW
Engine Room: Large engine room with stand-up room in front of engine and generator.

Construction
Hull below the waterline: Solid FRP.
Hull above the waterline: Solid FRP.
Bottom Paint: New barrier coat and anti-fouling paint (2021).
Deck: Cored FRP with nonskid.
Superstructure/Cabin: Cored FRP with nonskid.
Hatches and ports: (14) opening ports and (4) hatches.

Rigging & Sails
Mast & Boom: Painted aluminum.
Mast step: Mainmast stepped on keel. Mizzenmast deck-stepped.
Rigging: 1X19 stainless-steel wire, open turn-buckles & mechanical fittings.
Spreaders: Painted aluminum.
Furling Gear: Jib – “Fancor”
Mainsail & Mizzen – Furlers are behind the masts.
Steering Wheel – ✓
Spinnaker Pole – ✓

SAILS
Genoa: 120%
Storm Jib
Mainsail – behind the mast furling.
Mizzen Sail – behind the mast furling.
Running Rigging: Dacron (Fair to Good Condition).
All running rigging led to cockpit.

Winches serviced 2022.
Spinnaker/Whisker Pole.
Canvas covers.

Electrical Equipment
Shore Power Inlet
Two 30 Amp/125 V With 50amp Connector.
Generator
Westerbeke 8 KW
Inverter
Heart Interface 2500 Watts
Electronics
Depthsounder
Raymarine
Radar
Garmin 24 Miles (Not Installed)
Log-Speedometer
Raymarine
Wind Speed and Direction
Raymarine
Navigation Center
Large Forward-Facing Navigation Table With Map Storage.
Plotter
Garmin E120 (Not Installed)
Autopilot
Raymarine
Radio
SSB/HAM – Icom M-710 With Icom AC-120 Tuner.
Compass – ✓
VHF – 2 (Nav. Station & Helm). Also A Handheld

Inside Equipment
Electric Bilge Pump – 2
Oven – 3 Burner With Oven. Gimbaled
Manual Bilge Pump – ✓
Microwave Oven – ✓
Air Conditioning – 2 X 19,000 BTU
Heating – With Air Conditioning
Hot Water – 12 G. With Engine Heat Exchanger
Refrigerator – 12 VDC, Upright
Fresh Water Maker – Village Marine Tech 250 (Rebuilt 2021 But Not Installed)
Battery Charger – Heart Interface & A 70 Amp Mastervolt

Outside Equipment
Outboard Engine Brackets – ✓
Gangway
FRP Boarding Step.
Davit(s) – ✓
Radar Reflector – ✓
Wind Generator – KISS 25 Amp
Solar Panel – 3 Panels, Total Of 280 Watts
Cockpit Cushions – With Sunbrella Covers And Pillows.
Cockpit Table – Dropleaf.
Swimming Ladder – Mounted On Transom

Sails
Storm Jib – ✓
Furling Mainsail – Behind The Mast.
Furling Genoa – 120%

Engine
Make – Perkins
Engine Model – 4-154
Engine Year – 1981
Total Power – 62hp
Engine Hours – 5662
Engine Type – Inboard
Drive Type – Direct Drive
Fuel Type – Diesel
Propeller Type – 3 Blade
Propeller Material – Bronze

Speed & Distance
Range – 750nm

Dimensions
Length Overall – 43ft
Max Draft – 5.58ft
Beam – 14ft
Cabin Headroom – 6.58ft
Length at Waterline – 34ft

Miscellaneous
Seating Capacity – 10
Windlass – Electric Windlass
Electrical Circuit – 12V

Tanks
Fresh Water Tank – 200 Gal (Plastic)
Fuel Tank – 153 Gal (Aluminum)
Holding Tank – 1 X 20 Gal (Steel)

Accommodations
Single Berths – 1
Double Berths – 2
Cabins – 2
Heads – 2

Disclaimer
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.