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38' Endeavour 38 '84 "Limit Up"
Johann Valentijn designed the Endeavour 38 as a medium displacement, comfortable sailer which turned out to provide performance beyond expectations. LIMIT UP has beautiful lines and provides a lot of boat for the price. Owner is selling because he is moving and does not wish to ship the boat.
The v-berth is forward with overhead shelves, eight drawers and storage below. There is also a vanity and hanging locker to starboard and an entry to the head from the aft port of the forward stateroom. Next aft is the common entry to the head to port. The head features a separate shower with counter, shelf and cabinet storage. There is a hanging locker opposite to starboard. The full-beam salon is next aft and has an L-shaped settee and large folding table with a folding leaf to port, and a straight settee to starboard. Port settee converts for additional sleeping and has overhead shelves, cabinet and book storage. At the base of the companionway steps to starboard is the galley. It features a large counter with drawers and cabinet storage and separate storage for plates, bottles and wine. Opposite to port is the navigation station with drawer and chart storage. Behind the navigation station is a large quarter berth that would comfortably sleep two. Interior teak is hand-rubbed and satin-finished.
Fifteen opening ports and six opening deck hatches keep the interior well ventilated and comfortable while at anchor or dockside.
12V Adler Barbour refrigeration
Force 10 3-burner propane stove/oven
Hot & Cold pressure water
6-gallon water heater (new 2014)
(2) Stainless steel sinks
Raymarine wind speed (new 2013)
Raymarine wind direction (new 2013)
Raymarine speed and distance logs (new 2013)
Raymarine depth sounder (new 2013)
Furno chart plotter
Furno Navnet radar
Standard VHF radio
Uniden hand-held VHF radio
Weems and Plath barometer
Vizio 32" TV Sony blue ray player JVC stereo
(6) speakers, cabin and cockpit
12V DC and 110V AC
(2) 120 amp Group 29 AGM 12 volt batteries (new 2022)
Master Volt 20-amp charger (new 2014)
30-amp shore power cord
35lb CQR anchor with 3/8" chain (new 2013) and 200' 5/8" rode (also new 2013)
Bimini (new 2015)
LED anchor light
LED steaming light
Bow pulpit and rails
Lifelines and stanchions
Dock lines and fenders
Actual LOA 40'
Date of last bottom paint 2013
Manual boom vang
Stainless steel wire standing rigging
Aluminum double spreader keel-stepped mast
Schaeffer mainsheet traveler
Harken Roller furler on jib
(2) Lewmar 46 self-tailing two-speed primary winches
(1) Lewmar 30 self-tailing halyard winch
(1) Lewmar 24 utility winch.
Main and jib (serviced 2014)
Mast removed and rigging inspected 2012
All mast lights converted to LED
Emergency engine stop
Raw water sea strainer
Stove and engine fuel shut-off valves
Cockpit engine controls
Thermal and acoustic engine area insulation
Manual engine fire extinguishing
(1) manual and (2) electric bilge pumps
(6) life jackets
(2) fire extinguishers
Bell, horn and whistle
2012 the mast was pulled and the mast-step was replaced by Shelter Island Boatyard.
2012 rigging inspected 2012 mast re-wired and mast lights replaced with LED's
2012 Raymarine depth/knot-meter/wind meter installed
2013 new 6-gallon water heater
2013 sails serviced and all new slugs in main
2014 new anchor chain (55' 3/8") and rode (200' 5/8")
2014 new interior LED lighting
2015 new fuel tanks installed
2015 new Natures composting head installed
2015 new Bimini top cover (cockpit) and new interior cushions
2022 Over $7,000 spent in revamping all exhaust, water & fuel hoses, engine compartment wiring, new bilge pumps and float switches, new 40 amp battery charger & two new 120 Amp/hr batteries, etc.
All seller’s personal effects on board are excluded from the sale of this vessel.