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1980 Endeavour 43ft Center Cockpit

Key West, Florida


1980 Endeavor 43 center cockpit ketch 

This Bluewater vessel was the cumulation of a lifetime dream and refit. She has been upgraded to not only perform with reliability to an incredible standard;, but to feel luxurious and comfortable as well.

We will start with her features.. and systems.

Hull & Rigging 

  • New Awl craft Paint (6 coats) that has wowed all who have looked at her. 

  • Newer deck paint to preserve the existing quality of the deck structure observed in the recent inspection, and to keep her to continue to shine brightly. 

  • New bottom paint 

  • 13 new through-hulls and fittings (after 30 years, bronze through-hull and fittings often become frozen or brittle, causing major risk in rough seas), 

  • Grounding wires on all new through-hulls 

  • SS Chain Plates 

  • Operable and properly screened red and green running, steaming, stern and anchor lights. 

  • Large Lazarette aft. 


Ground tackle 

  • new 65 lb. Spade X140 polished stainless-steel anchor (optional) 

  • 40 lb. Danforth fluke 

  • Primary 250’ 7/16” galvanized D chain 

  • Secondary 200’ 7/16” galvanized D chain +100 feet of rode. 

  • 12V Galleymaid marine type windlass with chain and line capstans, vertically mounted with new deck mounted contacts, new 12V battery and electrical control unit in the bow and new 12V cabling to the main battery bank. 

  • Two polished stainless-steel single anchor roller assemblies thru bolted to the bow sprit  

  • Anchor opening in the bow sprit with a roller for a third anchor. 



  • Perkins 4-154 marine diesel engine rated at 165Hp totally rebuilt including new sleeves to assure another lifetime of reliable operation. It currently shows less than 110 hours of run time. 

  • Transmission ZF 25M engine mounted, straight drive, ratio 2.74 

  • 3 blade bronze propeller secured by 2 bolts and cotter pin 


  • Machinery space ventilation exhausting to stern vents using natural venting supplemented by 12V ventilator 

  • Oil Discharge Prohibited placard mounted in engine compartment,  


Navigation Station 

  • New ICOM VHF IC-M424 with a helm mic  

  • Vessel ACR EPRIB 406Mhz, Battery Exp: 07/2021 

  • Danforth pedestal mounted compass with sliding cover at helm. 

  • Raymarine C70 at the chart table. 

  • Raymarine C80 with radar display at the helm. 

  • Raymarine ST60+ depth, speed, and wind displays. 

  • Raymarine below deck linear drive and helm control unit. 

  • Weems & Plath barometer mounted at the chart table. 

  • Colregs Navigation Rule Book. 

  • New Raymarine below deck autopilot linear drive and helm control unit. 


Electrical Power 



  • KOHLER 11EKOZD-SS Diesel Generator - 11kW 120V 60HZ WITH SOUND SHIELD 

  • 4 x group 31 AGM batteries (one for windlass)  

  • Battery charging provisions  

  • 1 High output type engine alternator  

  • Xantrex 3000W Freedom SW 3012 inverter charger with remote Victron  

  • Xantrex battery monitors 

  • Battery cables 4/0 

  • Solar Panels 4 x350 W for a total of 1,400 W 

  • 2 - 50' 50 Amp 120 Volt shore cords 

  • 1 - 50 Amp 240 Volt AC to 2 30 Amp 120 Volt AC splitter 

  • 1 - 50 Amp 240 Volt AC to 1 30 Amp 120 Volt AC converter 

  • Most electrical systems re-wired 

Emergency Systems 

  • Three USCG approved B-1 type portable fire extinguishers. 

  • 2 marine type 12V automatic bilge pumps, approx. 2000GPH. 

  • Hand gusher pump in engine compartment, approx. 1000GPH with new diaphragm. 

  • High water bilge alarm main DC/AC panel. 

  • 3 forward hatches measured 24" x 24" and the aft hatch measured 26" x 26", satisfying NFPA 302 size recommendations. 

  • Distress signaling using flares, mouth-operated horn, pressurized air horn. 

  • 4 type II PFDs. 

  • 2 type IV throwable cushions  

  • 1 horse-shoe ring. 

  • 1 Life Sling man overboard retrieval system. 

  • 3 Fire extinguishers mounted in 2 staterooms and in galley. 

  • Fine netting lifeline bow to stern to protect adults, children and small animals from falling overboard. (optional) 

Air Conditioning 

  • 3 newer 115 VAC reverse cycle Ocean Breeze air conditioning units with individual controls: 

  • 12,000BTU (fwd cabin),  

  • 14,000BTU (New saloon) and  

  • 14,000BTU (aft cabin). 


  • 135 Genoa furler  

  • Behind mast furler main sail 

  • Behind mast mizzen sail  

  • All with Sunbrella Sun Covers in excellent condition 

  • Aluminum genoa pole with main mast mounting point 

  • Aluminum whisker pole with main mast mounting point 

  • New Running rigging consists of synthetic braid lines. 


  • New 12V/120V Vitrifrigo stand up style refrigerator/freezer with latched doors. 

  • 36 cu-ft ice box style refrigerator/freezer . 

  • 120VAc 11-gallon water heater fitted with a pressure relief valve and heat exchanger provisions plumbed to the engine. 

  • 12V Shurflo water pump, and plastic with marine type accumulator tank. 

  • Double stainless-steel galley sinks with mixer chromed faucet,  

  • Formica counter tops 

  • Teak cabinet doors and drawer faces 

  • Secured microwave 

  • Garbage disposal placard mounted in galley. 



Living Quarters 

  • Headroom: 6 ft 7 in. 

  • Private aft master cabin athwartship double berth and private head and shower. 

  • Private bow cabin with double berth and private head and shower. 

  • 2 heads, stern head uses fresh water, bow head uses sea water to save fresh water on long voyages. 

  • Interior walls re-finished with new teak and African mahogany where needed. 

  • New top-quality cushions in all compartments and in the cockpit making it look like a much more expensive boat. 

  • New DC LED lighting throughout the interior, cockpit and deck lighting to greatly reduce battery drain. 

  • New DC LED Lighting in and under cabinets and lockers 

  • Ports all have screens and shades (12) 



Heads & Showers 

  • Complete head and shower with seat in master stateroom. 

  • Complete head and shower in forward stateroom. 

  • Each with 25 gallon holding tank certified MSD U.S.C.G. Type III. 

  • Wash down fitting with shut off valve in aft deck locker, plumbed with copper tubing as part of the fresh-water system, allowing shore water to be supplied directly into the water-system. 

  • The same wash down fitting can be used from the boat’s water reserves as a deck shower.


This Endeavour is a Must See to completely appreciate her beauty and charm!


Basic Boat Info

Make: Endeavour
Model: 43ft Center Cockpit
Year: 1980
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: ENC341700880
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 43 ft
Waterline Length: 35 ft
Beam: 14 ft
Min Draft: 5'3 ft
Displacement: 33,000 lb
Bridge Clearance: 65 ft
Double Berths: 3
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Perkins
  • Model: 4154
  • Drive Type: SailDrive
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 165hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade
  • Engine Hours: 110
  • Engine Location: Center


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 153 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 200 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 15 gal


Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Sail
Boat Class: Center Cockpit, Ketch


MICHELE ASH 208-625-0123
Pier One Yacht Sales


Florida, US
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.

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.
Additional Contact Information

Pier One Yacht Sales 

Michele Ash


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