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CHANTICLEER
1989 | 42' Endeavour Sailboat for Sale

1989 Endeavour

42' (12.88m) - CHANTICLEER

Well Maintained and Upgraded Offshore Cruiser


Vessel ID# 2793649      Last Updated: 2022-11-08 11:22:25

$ 124,500 USD

€ 120,364 Euros
€ 167,956 CAD

Description

Chanticleer is a well maintained and upgraded example of the America’s Cup designer Johan Valentijn’scenter cockpit, offshore cruiser.  Below decks her two stateroom, two head layout is spacious and comfortable, featuring beautiful teak joinery and appointments throughout.  Her owners have spared no expense in maintenance and upgrades, that include in boom furling and complete tank replacement with a newly installed sole.  She is a must see for anyone looking for a comfortable island capable cruiser or a very comfortable live aboard yacht.


Data Sheet

LOA: 42' 3" (12.88 Meters)

Type: Sail - Used

Year: 1989

Beam: 13' "

Bridge Clearance: 64' "

Draft Max: 5' "

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 7

Single Berths: 1

Double Berths: 1

Queen Berths: 1

Heads: 2

Maximum Speed: Knots

Cruise Speed: 7 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 85 Gallons (321.76 Liters)

Fresh Water: 150 Gallons (567.81 Liters)

Holding Tank: 53 Gallons (200.63 Liters)

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ENDEAVOUR 42 CENTER COCKPIT – CHANTICLEER – MEDIA

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ENDEAVOUR 42 CENTER COCKPIT – CHANTICLEER – MAINTENANCE / UPGRADES

- Schaefer in-boom roller furling main with an Andersen 40 electric winch (2008)

- Garhauer Tender Davit (2012)

- Garhauer Outboard Motor Lifting Davit (2012)

- Bimini, Dodger and full enclosure (2012)

- 140 Watt Solar Panel mounted on the davits (2013)

- Maxwell Windlass (2013)

- Primary Anchor: Rocna 40 (2013)

- Frigiboat keel-cooled refrigerator -freezer (2013)

- Stainless steel lifelines (uncovered) (2014)

- Salon cushions, (2014)

- Garmin 840XS combination chart plotter, radar, and AIS transceiver (2015)

- Two 75 Gallon stainless steel water tanks (2016)

- 85 Gallon stainless steel fuel tank (2016)

- 40 Gallon Stainless Steel holding tank (2012)

- Tank Monitor system for water, fuel and holding tanks (2016)

- Macerator pump (2016)

- Washdown Pump (2016)

- House Battery Bank - 4 Trojan 145-T Plus 6 Volt Wet Cell Golf Cart Batteries (2016)

- Starting Battery: Ultrapower Group 31 AGM (2016)

- Ultrtapower Group 27 AGM battery dedicated to Windlass, Macerator Pump, etc. (2016)

- Xantrex Freedom XI 2000 Inverter (2016)

- Xantrex TrueCharge 2 40A Battery Charger (2016)

- House power supplyrewired; battery bank, inverter, charger (2016)

- Balmar Alternator; rebuilt, custom mount and adjusting arm installed (2016)

- New teak and holly cabin sole in vee berth, main salon and galley (2016)

- Isotemp Water Heater (2017)

- Cockpit cushion covers (2019)

- Phifortex vinyl mesh sunscreen enclosure (2019)

- 200’ of 3/8” galvanized chain with 150’of rode (2020)

- Forward Head: Raritan Sea Era Freshwater electric toilet, plumbed to forward water tank (2020)

- Balmar Max Charge MC-614 Multi-Stage Voltage Regulator (2021)

- 8 hp Yamaha 4 Stroke Outboard, (2021)

- Tack Tick wireless navigation instruments (serviced by Raymarine in 2022)

- Reverse-cycle air conditioning pump (2022)

- Yanmar 4JH HT(B)E – 64 hp turbo injectors (serviced 2022)

- Cutlass bearing (2022)

- 9’6” AB Inflatable Dinghy (2012; serviced by Annapolis Inflatables 2022)

- Main halyard and furling line (2022)

- Mainsail: Fully Battened; serviced with new bolt rope and suncover installed (2022)

ENDEAVOUR 42 CENTER COCKPIT – CHANTICLEER – WALKTHROUGH

MAIN CABIN

The main cabin, as well as the rest of the yacht’s interior, features a teak and holly sole and wonderful teak paneling, joinery and appointments.  LED lighting and sconce lamps are found throughout the yacht along with ample ventilation from opening ports and overhead hatches. 

Entering from the cockpit a large cabin opens with the nav station to starboard and the galley to port.  Forward, the salon features port and starboard settees separated by a fixed teak table with dual folding leaves.  There is shelving and cabinetry behind the settees along the port and starboard sides.  A flat screen TV/DVD player is mounted above a hanging locker at the starboard forward bulkhead.

NAV STATION

 A traditional nav table and bulkhead mounted, swivel chair are found at the nav station along with instrumentation and the electrical panels.

GALLEY

The galley is located opposite the nav station on the port side and offers generous counter space and storage lockers.  A double stainless steel sink is found forward on the starboard side. On the port side a gimbaled, two burner stove/oven is found forward, followed by a large counter top with cabinets above and a storage shelving behind extending aft.  Large top loading refrigerator and freezer lockers are found under the countertop  

ACCOMODATIONS

The accommodations are found forward of the salon and aft of the galley.  A companionway extends forward from the salon, offering access to the forward cabin and forward head. The aft cabin is accessed from the rear of the galley.

FORWARD CABIN

The forward cabin accommodates two with a spacious v-berth.  A hanging locker is found on the starboard side, and a shelf above. A door to the head is opposite on the port side.  Lockers extend the length of the berth on the port and starboard sides, with additional storage lockers and drawers found under the berth. 

FORWARD HEAD 

The forward head can be accessed from the companionway and the forward cabin and features an electric, fresh water flush, marine toilet, counter and sink with a mirror and  locker above.  A separate shower stall is found forward, with a shower seat, locker and shelf. 

AFT CABIN

The large, full beam, aft cabin accommodates two with a centerline queen berth.  Shelving and cabinetry extend along the port and starboard sides of the cabin.  

The ensuite head is located forward on the starboard side and offers a manual marine toilet, counter and sink with a mirrored locker above and a separate shower stall with shower seat, locker and shelf.

ENGINE ROOM

The engine room is located below the cockpit. Panels in the galley and the aft head provide good access.  An additional mechanical compartment is found froward of the engine room and is accessed by panels in the galley and behind the cockpit stairs. 

COCKPIT

The spacious center cockpit, surrounded by a teak capped coaming, offers 270 degree cushioned seating for 5-7 around the helm and a folding inlayed, teak cockpit table. The helm features a destroyer wheel, magnetic compass, chart plotter and engine controls. Stereo speakers are mounted forward port and starboard.  The cockpit is protected from the sun and sea by a full enclosure; Dodger, Bimini and Eisenglass curtains and screens. 

AFT DECK

Extending behind the cockpit the aft cabin top is followed by the aft deck that is large enough for 3 folding chairs and features a davit mounted dingy, solar panel installation, rail mounted outboard, outboard davit and swim ladder.  

FOREDECK

Moving forward the deck is protected by stainless steel bow and stern rails connected by dual lifelines running the length of the deck port and starboard; gates are found at the cockpit, port and starboard and at the stern. 

Five hatches are found on deck along with eleven opening portlights, six fixed portlights.  Four teak handrails run along the forward cabin top. 

Inner and outer foresail tracks run along on the port and starboard sides. Cleats are found at the bow midships and stern.

The roller mounted anchor is serviced by an electric windless, and washdown spigot. 

The masthead sloop rig features a double spreader mast, roller fueler, in-boom furling a fixed boom vang and backstay.  

ENDEAVOUR 42 CENTER COCKPIT – CHANTICLEER – INVENTORY

SALON

The salon is entered from the cockpit, six steps down via a center companionway and features:

- Teak paneling and joinery

- Teak & holly sole under carpet

- 2 Dry storage compartments under salon sole

- Port and starboard settees (convert to double berths with lee cloths)

- Fixed teak folding table

- Storage lockers 

- Shelving

- 3 Overhead LED lights; 12 vdc

- 4 Over settee LED light; 12 vdc

- Weems & Plath oil lamp

- Weems & Plath ships clock

- Weems & Plath barometer

- Marine Air Systems AC control panel

- AC register 

- Skyworth flat screen TV/DVD player

- Glomex TV antenna gain control panel

- Stereo speakers

- 4 Fixed portlights

- 2 Overhead hatches w/retractable screes/sunshades

- Side mounted hand hold

- 3 120 vac outlets

- 12 vdc outlet

- Fan; 12 vdc

- Headroom: 78 inches

NAV STATION

The navigation station is on the starboard side next to the cockpit companionway and features:

- Teak and holly sole 

- Teak joinery

- Lift top desk

- Shelf

- Three drawers under shelf

- Bulkhead mounted swivel chair

- Chart holder

- Chart light; 12 vdc

- Overhead light; 12 vdc

- Opening portlight

- Electrical breaker panel; 12 vdc, 115 vac

- 120 vac source switching panel

- Accessory control panel

- AC Load Center Panel

- Battery bank switches

- Heart Interface battery charging system control panel 

- Freedom Xi inverter control panel

- Profile solar panel control panel

- Hobbs quartz engine hour meter

- iCOM MF/HF SSB Marine Transceiver; model IC-M710 

- Standard Horizon Matrix AIS+ VHF; model GX2150 

- iCOM Hand held VHF with AD95 charger mount

- Fusion stereo system control panel; model MS-IP600

- GlobalFIX V4 EPIRB

GALLEY

The galley is on the port side aft of the salon and extends to the aft cabin. The galley features:

- Teak and holly sole

- Teak appointed joinery

- Four over counter LED lights; rechargeable 

- Over sink LED light; 12 vdc

- Three opening portlights

- Counter top

- Over counter lockers

- Behind sink locker

- Behind counter storage shelving

- Four under counter drawers

- Top loading refrigerator

- Top loading freezer 

- Force 10 stainless steel gimbaled two burner propane stove w/oven

- Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold water

- Filtered water tap 

- Seagull water filtration system

- Foot pump tap

- 120 vac outlet

- Paper towel holder

- Hanging triple basket

- Fire extinguisher

- Bulkhead mounted fan 

- A/C Register

- Headroom: 73 inches

FORWARD CABIN

The forward cabin is accessed via the forward companionway and includes:

- Private cabin with louvered teak door

- Teak paneling and joinery

- Teak & holly sole

- V-berth; (sleeps 2)

- Lockers above the v-berth along port and starboard sides

- Under berth storage and utility lockers

- Hanging locker 

- AC Register 

- Two overhead LED lights; 12 vdc

- Overhead hatch w/retractable screen/sunshade 

- Fan; 12 vdc

- 75 inches

FORWARD HEAD:

The forward head is accessed via the forward companionway and features:

- Teak appointed joinery

- Electric marine toilet; plumbed for fresh water flush

- Countertop and sink w/hot and cold running water

- Locker over sink

- Under counter locker

- Mirror

- Cup holder

- Soap holder

- Toilet paper holder

- Towel rack

- 2 Towel rings

- Towel hook

- 2 Overhead LED lights; 12 vdc

- Opening portlight

- Overhead hatch

- Louvered door to salon companionway

- Separate shower stall:

   * Shower wand, hot & cold running water

   * Shower wand mount 

   * Shower seat, w/storage underneath

   * Shelf

   * 2 Lockers

   * Shower curtain

   * Louvered door to forward cabin

- Headroom 75 inches

AFT CABIN

The full beam aft cabin is accessed via the galley and features:

- Private cabin with louvered teak door

- Teak paneling and joinery

- Teak & holly sole 

- Centerline Queen berth; (sleeps 2)

- Shelving, storage lockers and drawers along port and starboard sides 

- 2 LED sconces, port and starboard of berth; 12 vdc

- 3 Overhead LED lights

- 2 Combi sound stereo speakers 

- 2 120 vac outlets

- Opening overhead hatch w/retractable screen/shade 

- 2 Opening portlights

- 2 Fixed portlights

- Fan; 12 vdc

- AC Control panel

- AC Register & return

- Full length mirror

- Ensuite head access; starboard side forward

- Headroom: 75 inches

AFT CABIN ENSUITE HEAD:

The aft cabin ensuite head is on the forward port side of the aft cabin features:

- Teak appointed joinery

- Manual marine toilet

- Countertop and sink w/hot and cold running water

- Under counter locker

- Mirrored locker over sink

- Soap holder

- Towel hook

- 2 Towel rings

- Towel rack

- Toilet paper holder

- 120 vac outlet

- Opening portlight

- Separate shower; including:

   * Shower wand, hot & cold running water

   * Shower wand mount

   * Seat

    * Storage locker

    * Shelf

   * Shower curtain

   * Overhead light; 12 vdc

   * Towel hook

- Headroom: 75 inches

COCKPIT

The center cockpit is midships and features:

- Teak appointments

- Seating for 5-7

- Cockpit cushions

- Pedestal helm with destroyer wheel and instrument cluster

- Center mounted teak cockpit table with inlays and cupholder

- 2 Stereo speakers

- Full Cockpit Enclosure (Bimini-Dodger-Eiesenglass and Screen Panels)

- 2 Storage cubbies

- Companionway to salon 

HELM

The helm station is found in the cockpit aft and includes: 

- Edson pedestal helm featuring:

   * Stainless steel destroyer wheel; suede wrapped

   * Engine throttle/gear shift

   * Danforth Constellation magnetic compass

   * Garmin GPS/Plotter/Radar Color Display; model GPSmap 840xs

    * Engine control panel

    * Standard Horizon VHF remote; modle RAM3 

- Autohelm control panel; model ST6000+

- Tac Tic wireless navigation instruments

DECK + HULL

Hull Construction:

Completely hand laminated (no chop) to assure consistent application of fiberglass layers. Optimum strength-to-weigh ratio is achieved through the exclusive use of knitted (not woven) biaxial and triaxial fiberglass reinforcing fabrics.  Hull sides and transom are cored with 3/4 “ end-grain balsa. 

Built from one piece mold provides a strong and monolithic structure. 

Solid glass laminate “backbone” and keel stictions offer maximum strength at critical areas. 

Structural grid system of triaxial fiberglass encapsulated urethane foam “floors and stringers” assures a rigid underbody, while reinforcing for mast and keel loading.

Massive stainless steel chainplates are constructed by Navtec tie rod system to stainless steel spider plates embedded by hand lamination into the hull structure for optimum load distribution. 

Deck Construction:

Made lighter and stronger through the use of biaxial fiberglass materials and balsa coring.   Plywood coring used only as necessary where compression strength is needed for through bolting hardware. 

Deck/Hull Joint: 

“Return” flange construction, in monolithic construction offers rigid hull shapes and the ultimate strength in hull to deck joining technique. 

Deck is epoxy bonded to hull flange and through-bolted every 8” with stainless steel machine bolts. Water tight integrity is assured by surrounding the deck/hull jouint with 3M-5200 as a bedding for the teak bulwark cab and rub strake. 

Rudder Construction:

The rudder is molded as a single piece of solid high density foam with a protective skin of fiberglass and a gelcoat finish.  The foam material is of high strength structural grade and has exceptional toughness.  The rudder post, molded integrally inside rudder, is solid stainless steel, which is welded to a steel blade in the interior of the rudder. 

- Ground tackle

   * Rocna 20 anchor

    * Fortress anchor

    * 200’ Galvanized 3/8; chain, 150’ rode

   *Anchor washdown

   * Chain well

- Maxwell electric windless 

- Ventilation

   * 5 Hatches 

    * 11 Opening portlights

    * 6 Fixed portlights 

- Stainless steel stern rail and bow pulpit, connected by double life lines with port & starboard gates at the cockpit and stern

- Stainless Steel transom swim ladder w/teak treads

- Two lazarette lockers at transom

   * Starboard locker for propane bottle storage

   * One bottle installed

- Edson outboard engine mount 

- Outboard engine davit

- Tender davit

- Winches

    * 3 Mast mounted; Barient 10; 2 Barient 21 self-tailing

    * 1 Cockpit cabin top mounted; Andersen 10 single speed

    * 1 Cockpit mounted; Andersen 40 self tailing; electric

    * 2 Cockpit coaming mounted; US & Foreign 28+ self tailing

- Winch handles

- 6 Deck cleats; 2 at bow, 2 mid-ship 2 at stern

- Fuel & water fills, holding tank pump-out fittings

- Deck scuppers

- Navigation and anchor lights

- Fenders

- Dock lines

- Shore power lines

- Boat hook

- Magma grill

- Miscellaneous cleaning supplies & washdown equipment

RIG

- Masthead Sloop rig

- Keel stepped aluminum double spreader mast; 6061-T6 anodized alloy 

    * Radar antenna

    * TV antenna

    * Radar reflector

    * Navigation lights

    * 3 winches; Barient 10; 2 Barient 21 self-tailing

    * 2 Cleats

    * Winch handle holder

- Schaefer Boom with in-boom furling system

- Furlex 3005 roller furler

- Fixed boom vang

- Stainless steel rod standing rigging; 3/8 inch & 5/16 inch

- Stainless steel chainplates 

SAILS & CANVAS

- Boom furling mainsail w/full battens 

- Roller furling genoa

- Full Cockpit Enclosure (Bimini-Dodger-Panels-Screens) 

- Fairclough Canvas Boom Tent Winter Cover

ELECTRICAL

- Electrical breaker panel; 12 vdc, 115 vac

- 120 vac source switching panel

- Accessory Control Panel

- AC Load Center Panel

- Battery bank switches

- Heart Interface battery charging system control panel 

- Freedom Xi inverter control panel

- Profile solar panel control panel

- House Battery Bank- 4 Trojan 145-T Plus 6 Volt Wet Cell Golf Cart Batteries

- Starting Battery: Ultrapower Group 31 AGM 

- Windless/macerator Battery - Ultrtapower Group 27 AGM 

- Xantrex Freedom Xi inverter

- Xantrex TrueCharge2 battery charger

- Shore power receptacles

- Shore power lines

MECHANICAL

- Yanmar 4JH HT(B)E – 64 hp turbo; hours 5196

- Centek muffler

- Yanmar fuel filter/water separator

- Stainless fuel tank

- Groco sea strainers

- Attwood in line blower unit

- 3 Blade propeller

- Stuffing box

- 1 ¼ inch shaft

- Marine Air Systems Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Unit; 6,000 BTU; model VR6K-H

- Marine Air Systems Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Unit; 16,000 BTU; model VR16K-H

- AC circulation pump; March Pump model 0130-0158-0200

- Frigiboat refrigerator and freezer units; model Frigomati K 50 F

- Isotemp hot water heater; 25 litres; type 6P2523SPA0003-Spa25v

- House water system pump; Pentar SurFlo Aqua Kit II; 5 gpm; 55 psi; model 4158-153-E75

- Seagull water filtration system

- Groco house water system accumulator tank; model PST-1

- 2 Stainless water tanks

- Whale Gusher Galley manual foot pump 

 - Washdown pump; Flojet model 04105143

- Manual marine toilet

- Plastic holding tank

- Electric marine toilet; w/fresh water flush

- Stainless holding tank w/deck pump out or overboard discharge

- Bilge pump

SAFETY

- GlobalFIX V4 EPIRB

- Fire extinguishers

- CO2 Detector

- PFDs

- Lifesling

- First aid kit

- Emergency tiller

- Hand held air horns

- Hand Held signal strobe

- Seacock plugs

ENDEAVOUR 42 CENTER COCKPIT – CHANTICLEER – TENDER

- AB Inflatable Dinghy; 4 person; 9’6”; 2012

- Yamaha 4 Stroke 8 hp Outboard; model F8SMHB, 6FWK2021

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.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH-HTBE
  • Engine Year: 1989
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 66.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 5196.00

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Multimedia

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For more information about this yacht please contact Curtis Stokes and Associates, Inc.
We look forward to working with you!

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Jason Hinsch

Jason Hinsch

Yacht Broker

Annapolis, MD
Direct: 1-443-808-1657
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-410-919-4900
Email: jason@curtisstokes.net

A native of Miami, Florida Jason grew up around boats and boating. He started sailing at the Coconut Grove Sailing Club at the age of 8 and got his first boat, a sunfish, at 11. He worked for his father, a professional yacht captain, 7 summers running from the age of 14; working out of Jones Boat Yard and Richard Bertram Yacht Yard, maintaining Trumpy, Burger and Feadship motor yachts. A graduate of Florida State University and study programs in London, England and Urbino, Italy, Jason moved to Washington DC to attend graduate school at George Washington University; followed by a career in international distribution with a focus on consultative sales, marketing and contract negotiation. A long-time resident of the Annapolis, Maryland, Jason is a member of the Chesapeake Yacht Club and an Eastport Yacht Club alumnus.  Jason cruised the Chesapeake for 10 years aboard his Columbia 10.7, before becoming an avid racer; participating in the Pirates Cove Race Club's Wednesday night series on the West River, as well as various CBYRA Bay races for the last 23 seasons.  After teaching his son’s to sail aboard their Hunter 27, Jason and his family can now be found cruising the Chesapeake aboard their Beneteau 381. We are pleased this seasoned sales professional and life-long boating enthusiast has joined our team here at Curtis Stokes Associates; where he is focused on helping sellers find the right buyer and buyers find right boat.

Jason can be reached at Jason@CurtisStokes.net or call 410-507-1259.

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Annapolis, MD
Phone: 1-410-919-4900
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Fax: 1-954-807-1445
Email: info@curtisstokes.net
Website: https://www.curtisstokes.net

Curtis Stokes & Associates have a brokerage office in Annapolis, Maryland.

Annapolis, a world famous boating center and cruising area is on the the Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis is home to the US Naval Academy whose students are seen practicing their skills on the water daily. Annapolis was once the United States capitol as well as being the capitol of Maryland today. The city is steeped in history which has been well preserved for interesting local architecture and scenic waterfront views everywhere.

Annapolis hosts the US Sailboat and US Powerboat Shows every fall bringing boaters from all over to see newly built boats and yachting accessories on display.



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