Endeavour 43

Make: Endeavour
Model: 43
Length: 43 ft
Price: $ 84,500
Year: 1980
Condition: Used
Location: Corpus Christi, TX, USA


Boat Name: CJ
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Draft: 5 ft 5 in
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Total Power: 62 hp
Number: 4023763


The Endeavour 43, designed by Bob Johnson of Island Packet fame, is a very roomy boat capable of making a fine cruising boat or a great liveaboard. CJ has benefited from her current owners significant upgrades since 2006 including new standing and running rigging, new Simrad autopilot(2008), new stove with oven and refrigerator/ freezer, new 7.6KW Westerbeke generator in 2009, Wind generator in 2007, both masts painted and rebuilt in 2007 and a new 135% genoa. She has great accomodations including a big main salon and a very nice owner’s stateroom aft.


LOA: 43 ft
LWL: 35 ft
Beam: 14 ft
Max Bridge Clearance: 60 ft
Max Draft: 5 ft 5 in


Ballast: 12000 lb
Displacement: 33000 lb
Fuel Tanks Capacity: 130 gal
Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 200 gal
Holding Tank Capacity: 30 gal


Number of Engines: 1
Engine Make: Perkins
Engine Model: 4-154


Engine Hours: 3912
Total Power: 62 hp


Starting forward is the guest stateroom with an offset double berth with storage and hanging locker across followed by the guest head to starboard. Next aft is the main salon with an L shaped settee to starboard and two barrel chairs to port with the galley aft to port. To starboard at the base of the companionway is the nav desk followed in the walkthrough to the aft stateroom by a workbench with storage. The owners stateroom is aft with an athwartship double berth with abundant storage and the owners head to port with a seperate stall shower.

  • Forward V-berth w/ drawers and lockers
  • Large hanging locker
  • Drop-leaf dining table in saloon
  • Navigation station
  • Master suite queen-sized berth
  • Storage space
  • 3 air-conditioning systems
  • Throwable cushions
  • Large center cockpit


  • Upright flush mount refrigerator/freezer (2006)
  • Double-deep stainless steel sinks
  • Seaward Princess 3-burner propane stove and oven (2006)
  • Counter space
  • Locker storage


  • Navigation Center-NOBELTEC
  • Garmin GPS
  • Simrad AP28 autopilot (2008)
  • ICOM IC-735 SSB
  • Standard Horizon VHF
  • Midland handheld VHF
  • SR Mariner Speed
  • SR Mariner Depth
  • SR Mariner Wind
  • Davis Radar Reflector


  • 50′ cordset for shorepower, 12V/110V panel
  • 7.6 KW Westerbeke Genset (2009)
  • (4) 6V golf cart batteries (420A) and separate starting battery
  • Guest 40A charger
  • 4Winds wind generator (2007)
  • Battery monitor
  • LED navigation and anchor lights


  • Mainsail on external roller
  • Mizzen sail
  • 140% Jib on a ProFurl Roller/Furler (2006)
  • Halyards replaced in 2006
  • Standing rig replaced in 2006
  • Main and Mizzen masts were removed, re-built, and painted in 2006


  • 60lb. CQR and a 45lb. CQR connected to a 200′ all chain rode and a 200’nylon rode w/ 30′ chain in the bow roller
  • Ideal electric windlass
  • Anchor washdown
  • 2 Lewmar #48ST primaries, 2 Barlow #28’s, and a Lewmar #22
  • Danforth Constellation 6″ Compass
  • Boom Vang
  • Docklines and fenders