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1989 38 (ft.) Endeavour Catamaran Corp. 38 Center Cockpit

Inactive - This listing is not for sale at this time

General Information

Listing# 113142

Price
$69,900.00
Location
Vero Beach, FL, United States
HIN
ENC38208J889
Manufacturer
ENDEAVOUR
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1989
Category
Center Cockpit
Model
38 Center Cockpit
Status
Used
Length
38 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
58.33
Beam
12.5
LOA
38
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
4JHBE
Number of Engines
1
Engine Hours
3600

General Details

"Principessa" was designed by Americas Cup designer Johan Valentijn as a high performance center cockpit cruiser that cruised with speed, comfort and safely. She has the room of most 40-42' yachts. Seller has made significant upgrades and improvements over past 10 years, so you do not have to, including new sails, standing and running rigging, all electronics, electrical system, and this year- rebuilt hatches, new fuel tank, injectors, bottom paint head, maserater, and much more. She is a exceptionally well maintained yacht and ready to go. I always tell clients that the best boats to buy are those that have been loved and taken care of; this yacht is one of those yachts. AND, SELLER HAS PICKED OUT NEW YACHT SO BRING OFFERS!!!

Specifications

Accommodations
Principessa has a homey and "traditional yachty feeling" from the moment you enter the companionway. The interior walls, doors, bulkheads and cabinetry are varnished teak and there are teak & holly soles throughout. She's been reworked to comfortably accommodate two persons on extended cruises, and up to 6 persons for shorter excursions. Principessa's forward cabin has been converted to a large storage room with shelving, drawers, line hooks, hanging locker, etc. and can be easily converted back to a forward v-berth / stateroom. Next aft is a head to port and a full hanging locker to starboard. Amid ship is the salon with a teak drop-leaf dinette table and settees to port and starboard. A teak chart table / navigation station is located to port of the companionway, and there is ample shelving, drawer and storage space throughout the salon area. The settee seating in the salon provide platforms that pull out into 2- double guest berths for 2-4 persons. Moving aft to starboard is a fully equipped in-line galley which is very functional for a cruising couple. After the galley is the master stateroom which includes a center line queen-sized berth, a separate stand-up shower room (formerly a full head and easily converted back to a head if desired), two hanging lockers, and ample shelving and drawer space. The engine & drive train are fully accessible from 3 sides. Recently the teak area where ports are set was refinished in off white to brighten up the interor. See last 4 photos. More photos to follow.
Galley
Deep Double stainless Steel sink 2-Burner propane stove w/oven and recently replaced propane hose, solenoid, panel & sensor / alarms New Sharp microwave/convection oven Hot/cold pressure water Frig w/separate freezer: 110-v compressor and engine driven compressor (replaced 2009) run a cold plate system. Well insulated, top loading refrigerator and freezer sections. Lots of storage and counter space
Electronics
All electronics upgraded beginning in 2002 until 2010 Simrad AP 2230 Series below deck autopilot (2003) – Simrad AP 22 control head. Simrad/Robertson HDL 200L drive unit, Electronic compass, J300X control unit (for NMEA connections) Garmin GPSMAP 740 Chart Plotter (2010) Chip charts for USA and Bahamas ICOM VHF (2002) w/RAM Mic at helm (2010) Simrad IS-12 - Depth (2006) Simrad IS-12 - Speed (2006) Simrad IS-12 - Wind Speed/ Direction (2006) ACR Global Fix 406 EPIRB with GPS (recertified and battery replaced 2009) Infinity AM-FM Stereo / CD player with 3-sets of speakers (cockpit speakers are new)
Electrical
Complete upgrade 2002 and 2003 12-VDC and 110-VAC panel 50' Shore power cord Aqua Air 16,000 BTU air conditioning & heating w/digital controls– new 2002 House battery bank with 2-8D AGM batteries total 520 AH (new 2010) Engine and windlass battery- 1-4D AGM battery (new 2010) All battery primary cables, switches, fuses, etc. were completely upgraded in 2002-03 Balmar Dual Output 150-AMP alternator (2002) for house batteries Separate 45-AMP alternator for engine/windlass battery Balmar Max Charge, multi-staged “smart” regulator (2002) TRUEcharge 40 Plus multi-stage battery charger (2002). 40-Amp output. w/ multiple battery bank outputs for simultaneous charging PROsine 1800 "true sine wave" inverter (2002). Hardwire version with transfer relay and remote panel with battery temperature sensor
Mechanical
Engine Upgrades & Major Refurbishments: Added dual alternators – a 45 amp and adde a 150 amp in 2003. Added dual Racor (secondary) filters with A/B switch in 2003. Replaced the heat exchanger, cooler manifold, cooling system hoses and rusted elbows (2005); the engine mounts (2006); and the electric oil change pump (2008). Replaced and enlarged raw water intake strainer and hoses in 2009. Drive Train Refurbishments: Replace cutlass bearing, drive shaft, packing gland, couplings, and transmission pulled, inspected, and re-build as-needed all in 2006.  And, in 2012- NEW fuel tank, NEW injectors &  NEW fuel lines, and rebuilt injector pump. Yanmar 4JHBE 44 hp FWC diesel burns 3/4 GPH at cruise and has been professionally maintained throughout the current ownership 2-Racor fuel filters New Fuel Tank December 2012 Drive Train: Drive shaft is 1-1/4 stainless steel with fixed 3 blade propeller. Helm: Edson cable system with stainless steel rudder post. Emergency tiller and extension post. Morse type throttle gear shift. Aqua Air 16,000 BTU air conditioning & heating w/digital controls– new 2002 1- Rule automatic bilge pump 1- Jabsco diaphragm bilge pump 1- Manual bilge pump 2- Carbon monoxide detectors (2009) 6-gal water heater Holding tank new in 2004 w/new hoses, Y-valve, and macerator (11/13) New head in forward head (11/13) Electric shower sump
Sails and Rigging
She has a keel stepped aluminum mast w/ double spreaders. Mast pulled and refurbished in 2009 – replaced mast-head fittings, mast foot bracket and internal electrical wiring (as needed). At same time in 2009, replaced all stainless steel stays, shrouds and fittings; the bow and stern chain plates; and two shroud chain plates. Deck lights, steaming lights and VHF antennae on mast were replaced in 2005. Mast-head wind unit and cable were replaced in 2006. All internal electrical wiring in mast was checked and replaced as needed when mast was pulled in 2009. Running Rigging: Sheets, halyards and other cordage has been replaced as needed since 2006. Full batten Mack Mainsail and Mack Pack system w/lazy jacks for easy sail handling (all NEW 2006 and refurbished 2012) 135 Genoa by Doyle Sails new 2007 on Pro Furl furling system Older 1995 genoa refurbished 2007 for backup 2- #18 ST winches on mast 2- #27 2-speed ST primary winches Whisker Pole (rebuilt 2010)
Hull and Deck
In 2002, she was pealed below the water line and sealed using 5 coats of epoxy resin using the West system to fair the hull.   New Bottom Paint December 2012 Both a small helm bimini and additional full cockpit bimini Complete canvas covers for winches, hatches Deck box on aft deck for additional on deck storage Stainless Dinghy Davits 9' Caribe RIB (2003) 9.8hp Nissan Outboard (2003) Double Stainless Steel bow anchor roller Maxwell 1200 anchor windlass w/foot switch 35lb CQR w/10' Stainless Steel chain, and 100' chain, and 200' rode Fortress FX 23 aluminum anchor w/ 10' Stainless Steel chain, and 200' rode Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit & Stern Rail. Double Lifelines & Welded Stainless Steel Stanchions Thru-Bolted. Lifeline Gates Port & Starboard
Additional Information
2006 Survey is available via e-mail About the Designer: John Valentijn "Dutch born Johannes Valentijn grew up at a family boat yard and completed an education in naval architecture and marine engineering. He started his design career in 1971 at Sparkman and Stephens in New York. He has been the America's Cup designer for 4 major campaigns for foreign and domestic US groups including Dennis Conner Liberty campaign of 1983. In the last several years he was involved in developing new organizational structures and optimizing building methods for yacht construction companies in Morocco and France." From sailboatdata.com
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.
customContactInformation
  Call or e-mail Listing Broker AL POLLAK for many more pictures & information (727) 492-7340  or   alp@masseyyacht.com