Step down the companionway into this salon and you’ll be astonished by its spaciousness. No other narrow beam catamaran can boast such a spacious and comfortable salon for entertaining guests or just relaxing. The interior layout has been designed with the most efficient use of space of any vessel on the market, easily 30% more living space and 35% more storage space than any other vessel of equal length.
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The Owner’s Suite takes up the entire starboard hull. The queen size bed is aft, the owner’s private head is forward, and in between is a huge dressing area with a vanity. You will be amazed at the amount of cabinets and hanging closets in the owner’s suite. Both staterooms have a ceiling light, reading lights, and large opening ports with screens to let the breezes flow in and keep the bugs out. When there is no breeze, just turn on the 12 volt fans.
The guest stateroom is no second class accommodation by any means. Located aft in the port hull, it has a dressing area and a hanging closet with drawers beneath and large opening ports with screens. With the staterooms in opposite hulls of this catamaran, you have the utmost privacy for yourself and for your guests.
The cockpit of the Endeavour 440 is like a second salon. Its huge size makes it ideal for entertaining. The cockpit is covered by a fixed hardtop, and with the optional side curtains, this sun-room is protected from weather and insects. The expandable cockpit table will comfortably seat up to eight. Even expanded to full size, it’s never in the way because there are port, starboard and aft exits from the cockpit.
The steering station is laid out for visibility and convenience. All controls are right at hand. There’s ample space for any instrument you could ever want, even the popular large screen radars and chart plotters. Weather protection is very good under any conditions.
The Endeavour 440 is powered by twin 315 hp Yanmar turbo diesels. These silky smooth engines move this trawler along at over 16 knots. Economical cruising speed is about 7 to 8 knots. At this speed, the total fuel consumption for both engines is 3 gallons per hour or less. If time or weather requires that you move more quickly, you can cruise comfortably at 15 knots and burn 14 gallons per hour.
The engines are located under the bunks in the aft staterooms. Access for service is excellent. In addition to the door in front of the engine, the whole top of the engine compartment lifts off and there is actually enough room to stand in the engine compartment while you’re servicing them.