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$235,000 CAD

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ENDEAVOR "Earnest and Industrious Effort, Especially when Sustained over a Period of Time" can describe this boat. Built to high standards, maintained to the same level, ready to perform years of great service for her next owner. Classic Grand Banks tri-cabin layout, safe and seakindly, economical to run. Family boating at its best, must be seen to really enjoy its condition.
Location Vancouver On Our Dock, BC
Condition Used
Category Trawlers
Overall Length 44.42 feet
Year 1984
Hull Material Fiberglass
Hull Beam 13.5
Fuel Capacity 300
Engine Power 240.0
Engine 1 Make & Model Ford Lehman
Engine 1 Type Inboard
Engine 1 Fuel diesel
Engine 1 Year 1984
Engine 2 Make & Model Ford Lehman
Engine 2 Type Inboard
Engine 2 Fuel diesel
Engine 2 Year 1984
Elements of Endeavor

Endeavor is your classic Grand Banks 42. Built to one of the highest standards set in marine construction. Quality over quantity, means years of refinement without changing the basic design.  Grand Banks built close to 1700 GB 42 hulls over a 40 year period, both wood and fiberglass, always with the finest teak available, tradesmen who took great pride in their craft. Engineering and design were a major component of success, you know when you leave your port, the boat under you will perform as a fine tuned vessel. Always taking safety into consideration, but including a warm and inviting finish. You want to be aboard, enjoying the world of adventure and relaxation, knowing it will always get you to your destination. Let Endeavor provide you with that opportunity.

Throughout Endeavor

Teak is a wonderful marine wood, used by Grand Banks since day one, you will find it in all of their boats, very traditional. This boat is no exception, you will find a warm and pleasent stain, with a satin finish. Not to waste any mill ends, Grand Banks created the popular parguet floor, again hard wood finished to a beautiful shine. Head liner and upholstery fabric all chosen for light and a warm feeling. Curtains and pillows do the same.

Step aboard Endeavour through the traditional Grand Banks side gates or on the swim grid and up the transom steps and the transom gate. Once aboard notice the wide and safe side decks, a true loved convenience and safety feature of these boats, hand holds  everywhere, again for safety, rich teak cap rails and hand rails shows class and style.

Enter the boat via either port or starboard side door, and the first thing you notice is the brightness from the all around large windows. Your eyes will then focus on the rich soft tones of the teak interior satin finish on all the wood trim, semi-gloss on the teak parquet floor, natural tones to the head liner and cushion fabric.

Forward to starboard is the lower helm, with easy to read instruments and good all around visability. Right behind the helm is a pilot seat and built in dry bar with storage and behind that again is the built in settee and yacht dinner table. Across on the port side is the galley, full of storage room, refrigerator and stove/oven. Port aft is a second settee with a filler seat, second refrigerator/freezer and an entertainment center.

The engine room is under the main salon, access through a door in the forward stateroom under the stairs or throught hatches in the salon floor. The engine room is well ordered and easy access to all on board systems for proper maintenance.

Above the main salon is the large flybridge and upper helm station. Two back to back seats for up to six plus an after market table and chairs for the evening dinner, bimini top for shade. There is plenty of canvas on board to protect bright work and keep the sun out of the interior, as well as a full winter cover for total off season protection.


Forward down, is the guest stateroom, with a large V-berth and private head with fresh water VacuFlush, vanity and shower, large hanging closet and drawers for your storage needs. Teak paneling on the side, hatch above and opening portlights,

Aft of the salon down four stairs is the master stateroom with two beds, double to starboard and a single to port. Fully private head with fresh water Vacu-Flush, vanity and separate stand up shower, storage drawers under the beds and across the aft bulkhead, and right by the stairs is a full hanging closet. There is also portable stairs in the closet for the aft hatch as another method to enter or exit the aft stateroom.

  • Straight counter with built in sink
  • Seaward stainless propane stove and oven (two 10lb tanks on bridge)
  • Microwave oven
  • Grunert cold plate refrigerator
  • Second Grunert cold plate freezer in aft teak cabinet
  • Plenty of cupboards and drawers for storage
  • Full complement of place settings and cookware

Note: The Grunert refrigeration system is a compressor driven cold storage cold plate in each unit. one is set for refrigeration the other as a freezer. once each unit reaches its desired working temperature it shuts off, then through the cold plate can maintain that temperature in each unit for a very long time. The advantage to this is the unit (compressor) comes on when you start up, using power when it is easily available, and does not have to run all night like a regular refrigerator, thus it saves power in the long run. 

  • Port and starboard settees. Port side has a filler cushion for extra seating
  • Yacht table for six, two teak chairs, with magazine and wine rack below
  • Samsung 1080p flat screen TV with Panasonic Blu-ray player
  • Cable TV input with wiring to staterooms
  • Fusion entertainment unit with internal iPod compartment, Sirius XM and 3 zone capability
  • Panasonic DVD player
  • Reading lights
  • Overhead LED lighting
  • Ships clock and barometer
Electronics and Navigation


  • Raymarine Hybrid touch series E plotter and radar with AIS receiving capabilities
  • Stern Mounted aft facing camera Visable on Raymarine screen
  • WH Autopilot
  • Datamarine Sounder, knot meter, and wind speed
  • Slad tank tender
  • Full engine guages
  • Two  Icom VHF radios  M504 and M422
  • Standard Horizon Hailer fore and aft
  • Danforth Compass
  • Windlass controls remote
  • Intercom to bridge
  • Fusion Stereo Ipod dock
  • Morse Controls

           UPPER HELM

  • Garmin 545s  GPS/Sounder/Plotter
  • Raymarine Hybrid Touch E series  Plotter  Radar with AIS recieving capabilities
  • Icom  VHF Command Mic  Remote
  • Backup Standard Horizon VHF 
  • Full Engine guages
  • Danforth Compass
  • Remote Windlass Controls
  • Standard Horizon hailer
  • Intercom to Salon
  • Windlass Controls 
  • Morse Controls
Electrical System
  • 7.5 kW Onan MDJE generator in sound shield, approx 627 hours
  • AGM batteries 2 x 8D house, 1 6D engine start, with updated battery switching system
  • Victron 4kW inverter and charger with wheelhouse remote control (new 2016)
  • Heavy duty alternators on each engine
  • Automatic battery charger
  • 110V AC and 12V DC electrical systems with breaker panels with outlets throughout
  • 30 Amp shorepower with connections at bow and stern, all Smart Plug connections
  • Battery condition indicator
  • AC Volt and Ammeter gauges
Engines and Mechancal
  • Twin Ford Lehmans  120 HP with app.  4850 hours
  • Borg Warner Velvet Drive Transmission,s
  • Rebuilt Alternators
  • Spare Props
  • Reverso oil change system for gen set and main engines
  • Espar Diesel forced air furnace
  • Engine room fire suppression system  
  • Racor Fuel filters  Changed Regularly
  • Fuel tanks inspected, cleaned and certified  2012
  • Fuel fill deck plated rebedded and new fill hoses to tanks  2012
  • Tank Tender System in Engine room
  • 12 gallon hot water tank, hot and cold pressurized water
  • HRO 10GPH watermaker (fully plumbed in but need service at this time)
  • NOTE:  Ford Lehman engines have been installed in all kinds of boats, from commercial fishing boats to trawlers for years. A basic Ford 6 cylinder tractor diesel engine used on the farms across the country for years. Very reliable and easy to understand. The Marine version is of coursre called the Lehman, and all they need for years of continuous use is a good regular maintenance regime. These engines have been in use since the 1970,s and we have not seen the end of life yet. In fact we are seen eight to ten thousand hours show up on engines that are in commercial use. Older technoligy but still very reliable and safe engines.
Main Deck
  • AB 9.6' tender with 15 hp 2 Stroke Mercury under canvas covers
  • Power hoist for tender
  • Ideal Windlass with multi remotes
  • Main anchor is a Rocna with 330' of 5/16th chain
  • Spare CQR anchor with 40' 5/16th chain and 185' nylon rode
  • Spare Danforth anchor for lunch hook with 120' nylon rode (or stern anchor)
  • Salt water washdown
  • Hot/Cold cockpit shower
  • Teak swim grid
  • Full compliment of Sunbrella covers, includes seats on flybridge, helm station, fender holding area, extra table and chairs on bridge, full transom cover with name and hailing port on the outside, full cap and rail cover, pulpit covers, running light and name boards covered with name on outside 
  • Window sunshades all around, plus fine mesh bug screens
  • Full Lohman winter cover
  • Teak boarding steps
  • 8 fenders and full inventory of dock lines
  • Supply of cleaning products and brushes
  • Folding teak table and chairs for flybridge, with canvas covers
Additional Information

Endeavor has benefitted over the last several years of proper care and stewardship, with regular maintenance. Bright work kept up, polished regularly, engine room serviced including heat exchangers and water pumps. Electronics updated as needed. Decks properly looked after, no leaks and plenty of life left in them. Double canvas coverings over winter helps tremendously to keep the new look. 

March 2019   Haul out, fresh bottom paint and new aluminum anodes  ready for the year.

Each bed is a full Latex with vapour blanked underneath, very comfortable.

New ABC fire extinguishers added to each room, including engine room.

  Note. The boat has a 10 gph HRO watermaker 10gph, but does not work at this time. The owners never felt the need to use it, so it may need replacing or a full service.

  Note. Some of the photos show staging, items in the photos may not be on the boat or form part of this spec sheet.


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.

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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 investigatge such details as the buyer desires validated. Price, if shown, may not include applicable state or government fees, taxes, destination charges, preparation charges, or finance charges (if applicable). Final actual sales price may vary depending on options or accessories selected. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, manufacturer revision, or withdrawal without notice.

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