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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Kemah, TX
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 117,000
Sold multiple times by the listing broker.
All fuel and water tanks replaced.
Air Conditioning w/Reverse Cycle Heat
Sea power Generator (runs off main engine)
Roller Furling mainsail
Harken Furling System on Head Stay
New Standing Rigging in 2007 (Forestay replaced 2008)
New Running Rigging in 2006
Solar Panels w/Outback Flex 60 Controller
Seawolf Electric Windlass
S/S Dinghy Davits & Garhauer Lifting Davit
And MUCH More!
This is NOT some project needs TLC Endeavour 42. She is survey ready and had constant maintenance and upgrades as needed.
The Endeavour 42 was designed by Johan Valentijn with over 250 built between the years of 1985 and 1991. This model was a replacement for the 43 and was considered a much better performing sailboat. This popular center cockpit design offers great headroom throughout, two heads with separate shower stalls, spacious aft cabin and abundant storage.
This 1987 model has been well-maintained. In 2007, the previous owner made many upgrades including new rigging, leather cushions, microwave oven, batteries and charger, Garmin GPS, VHF, mast wiring, holding tank system, head and water pumps. In addition, in 2008, the current owner added motor mounts, wind instrument, shaft, PSS shaft seal, re-conditioned prop, Magma BBQ, Garhauer lifting davit and more.
Wand'rin Star is a great opportunity for someone to purchase a vessel suitable to use as a live-aboard, second home on the water or as a long term cruising boat.
See the full specs for more details and call the listing broker today!
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Direct Line or Text: 713-817-7216
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Please contact Kent Little at (713) 817-7216
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
LWL: 33 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 25000 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Total Power: 66 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1987
Engine Model: 4JH-HTBE Turbo
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2216
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 66 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: Aluminum (131 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (71 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (22 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
- LOA: 42'
- LWL: 33'4"
- Beam: 13'
- Displacement: 25,000 lbs. Draft: 5'
- Ballast: 9,000 lbs.
- Gross Tonnage: 19 GRT
- Net Tonnage: 17 NRT
- Mast: 61’ 1.5” DWL
- Sail Area: 894.19 Sq. Ft.
- Main I=54.75’ (I—distance between top of forestay and the foredeck)
- J=16.0’ (J—distance from forestay chainplate to mast (or clew of headsail))
- P=47.5’ (P—distance from boom to top of mast)
- E=15.75’ (E—length of boom)
- Mainsail Area: Approx. 374.06 Sq. Ft.
- Jib Area: Approx. 520.13 Sq. Ft.
Fuel and water tanks are aluminum and NEW in 3/2011.
- (3) Water: Forward - 37 gal, Mid - 45 gal & 49 gal (Total =131 gal)
- Fuel: 71 gal
- (2) Holding (Plastic): 10 gal & 12 gal (Total = 22 gal) - Holding Tank System was New in 2007
- Previous PHRF: 178 LYC Galveston Bay
- Current PHRF: 171 BYC Corpus Christi
- Design Ratios: D/L: 307 (>270 is heavy); SA/D 14.55 (low); BAL/D 35.29 (average)
- LWL/Beam 2.564 (low)
- Capsize 1.78 (< 2 preferred)
- Displacement/Waterline: 289 (high)
- Motion Comfort 34.98 (range 5-60, higher number=more comfort at sea)
- Hull speed: 7.7 knots
The Endeavour 42 offers many amenities that make this vessel exceptionally comfortable under sail or at anchor. She has a great two stateroom, two head layout that is perfect for two couples or a family along with abundant storage and air conditioning throughout to keep the boat cool in warm climates. In addition, a major advantage of the center cockpit design is the 6’3” to 6’5” headroom as well as an incredibly spacious aft owner’s stateroom.
Starting forward, the guest cabin has a very large V-berth with great storage and good lighting including reading lights. To port is a large head with a separate walk-in shower and two entrances, allowing private access from the guest cabin as well as access from the main salon.
Moving aft into the main salon, there are port and starboard settees that convert to berths and a large drop-leaf dining table with drawers and liquor storage.
Continuing aft to starboard, there is a comfortable navigation station with a pull-out cushioned seat, chart rack, desk storage, electrical panel and large instrument area.
Moving aft to port, you pass-through the large, well laid-out galley on your way to the spacious aft cabin.
The aft owners’ stateroom features a centerline, queen-sized berth with six large drawers, cedar-lined storage lockers, cedar-lined storage hanging lockers and new curtains and reading lights. There is an ensuite, private head with separate shower to starboard.
Additional Interior Equipment:
- 12K BTU’s Mermaid Air Conditioning with Reverse Cycle Heat w/digital Control
- Both heads have manual flush, large holding tanks, macerators (Jabsco self-priming pumps) and three-way valves
- Weems and Plath clock & barometer
The galley in the Endeavour is located in the passageway to the aft cabin, making it easy to work in while at sea, at anchor or in port.
- Galley Maid 3-burner Propane Stove & Oven
- Adler Barbour Cold Machine 4676L (10/2010) in Large Double Ice Box
- Stainless Steel GE Microwave Oven (2007)
- Double Stainless Steel Sinks
- Large Expanse of Counter Space
- Numerous Cabinets & Drawers for Storage
- Raytheon SL72 Radar on Mast: 2 KW transmitter, 24 mile 18” radome array with 5.2 degree beam width with cockpit mounted 7” LCD display
- VDO Engine Temp, Oil Pressure
- Standard Horizon Depth
- Raymarine Wind Speed
- Navico H8000 Autopilot with Hydraulic quadrant drive
- Garmin 3210 GPS Map Chart Plotter with entire US coast charts & Alaska Inside Passage
- Uniden ES UM525 VHF/Hailer: Wireless operation for the UM525, full intercom between main & handheld radios, DSC capability including distress and position
- ACR NAUTICAST-B AIS TRANSPONDER
- Request/send/reply GPS position display
- Wham 4X VHF radio with headset
- VHF antenna top of mast
- Hailer mounted on mast
- Toshiba 19' HDTV/DVD Flat Screen
- TV antenna mounted on mast with 110-volt Antenna booster
- Kenwood KDC-MP442U AM/FM/CD w/ auxiliary & USB ports, w/JBL speakers in Main Cabin, aft Cabin & Cockpit
- Danforth Compass at Binnacle plus (2) handheld compasses: 1 manual 1 electronic
- Aids to navigation & other reference books
- Gulf coastal charts - Galveston Bay Area
The boat is equipped with full 12 volt and 110 volt system. The 110 circuits are fed from twin 30 amp shore power supply circuits enabling all 110v equipment to be used at the same time: Air Conditioning, water heater, battery charger & microwave oven. Batteries are charged via the engine alternator or 40-amp, 3-bank True charger (New in 2007) and solar panels.
- 5kw Generator, Power Technologies Seapower (Rebuilt 12/16/2014): Runs off main engine & generates 110v power enabling air conditioning unit, hot water, microwave and more to run. Compact unit takes up minimal space and adds little weight to boat.
- All New Wiring up the Mast (08/2007)
- (2) 12 volt Bilge pumps
- LED Spreader mounted deck lights (2007)
- LED lighting throughout all cabin areas
- LED Tri-color/anchor Light combo top of mast
- Navigation Lights
- (2) Solar Panels, REC Peak Energy (PE) Series Modules 245W with Black Frames & Outback Flex 60 Controller: Provides 490 watts of charging power (New 1/2013)
(CA=Cranking amps; RC=Reserve Capacity)
- Anchor/Wash-down Pump Battery (11/03/11), AC Delco Voyager M29MF-19256 MCA 845, CCA 675, Amp Hr.105
- Start Battery (08/12), Exide 3 year Group 27 Model# HHMX-27 Energizer CA 800, RC 182mins@25A
- 4X6 volt House Batteries 12/2012 Trojan T-105 110mins@75 amps, 186 amp hr@20 hr rate
- Total House amp hour= 744; Total System amp hour hour= 974
Sails & Rigging
- Isomat keel-stepped, double spreader mast fitted with a Facnor (Isomat) Mainsail Roller Furling System: Mast circumference=25”; With mast collar=47” circumference
- Running Rigging (NEW in 2006)
- New 2007 5/16” & 3/8” SS wire rope Standing Rigging (Forestay replaced 2008)
- Garhauer 40US4-1 Boom Vang
- 130% GenoaHarken Furling System
- Barient Self-tailing & Lewmar Winches
- 22 ft. Forespar Extending Whisker Pole
Cockpit, Deck & Hull
- Edson Steering Pedestal w/ 3/16” push-pull wire system in ¾” Conduit
- Pedestal mounted cockpit table made of starboard with drink holder
- Bow pulpit seat
- S/S Dinghy Davits & Garhauer lifting davit
- EDSON Outboard Motor Bracket on stern rail
- S/S Boarding ladder
- Whale Manuel Bilge pump in Cockpit
- Stern rail-mounted Propane Magma Catalina BBQ Grill
- Cockpit Storage Locker
- Cockpit Propane Locker for (2) 10-gal. tanks
- Anchor Locker
- (10) Large Fenders
- Double set of dock & spring lines
- Port & Starboard Flag Halyards
- Backstay Flag Halyard
- Full 4-bow Bimini w/Cover
- Full Eisenglass Enclosure
- Full Sunscreen Enclosure
- Companionway Cover
- Binnacle, Handrail & Deck Hatch Covers
- Custom Cockpit Cushions
- Full Deck Covers from Stern to Bow
- Seawolf Electric Windlass, 12VDC w/Saltwater Wash-Down Pump (Both powered by forward battery)
- 66 lb. Stainless Steel CQR anchor w/275' of 5/16" BBB G3 galvanized chain
- 25 lbs. Super Hooker Danforth-type anchor w/ 200ft. Nylon Rode + ACCO BBB G-3 5/16" X 50' galvanized chain
- Hull Material: Fiber Reinforced Polyester, Solid BWL, Cored AWL
- Bow: Raked
- Stern: Transom
- Keel: Long Fin Keel, cut away forefoot
- Topsides: Cored FRP (R)
- Deck: Cored FRP w/nonskid (R)
- Rail/Bulwark: Molded FRP Toerail w/wood cap
- Deckhouse: Long trunk Cabin, Cored FRP w/nonskid top
- Bulkheads: Partial, non-watertight, plywood tabbed to hull
- Stringers & Tabbing: Structural grid system
- Deep Bilges
- Encapsulated Ballast
- Rounded Bottom
Large engine room with easy access on both sides of the engine.
- 1987 66 hp Yanmar 4JH-HTBE Turbo, Serial # 21698 (*Hours: 2216)
- Transmission: Kanzaki model KM4A, Serial #382
- Propeller: 3-Blade, 19 X 15 RH, Balanced & Re-pitched
- Prop Shaft (8/2008) w/PSS dripless shaft seal
- New motor mounts (2008)
- Duel Racor 75/500 MAX Primary filter w/vacuum gauge (New 9/2009) with Racor 2010SM (2) micron fuel filters & electric oil change system
- Cruise at 2600-2700 RPM (about 75% of 3600 top end): Provides 7 knots/hr. & fuel consumption 1.5 gals/hr
- Cruise at 1600-1800 RPM: Provides 6 kt/hr at 1 gallon per hour
Safety & Additional Equipment
- Man-over-board pole
- Cal June Horseshoe 50 lb. Throwable Buoy
- Set of (4) Type I orange PFD’s
- Safety Flare Gun w/9 Flares
- Handheld Flares
- Distress Flags
- Power Lantern
- Emergency Tiller
The Listing Brokerage 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 regardless of information provided. 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. PLEASE NOTE: All electronics are listed for verification purposes but not warranted in the selling price of the boat.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, any warranties expressed or implied and/or any engine service as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
All the yacht brokerage agents at the listing company are Independent Contractors.
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