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Lagoon 380 S2

Lefkas, Greece

Price €165,000 ex Vat

Williams & Smithells Ltd - Lagoon 380, S2 Premium Built 2009. Superb cruising cat with ample comfortable living space. This particular example benefits from a myriad of extras and upgrades not found on many her sister ships. 2 x Yanmar 3YM30 diesel engines 29hp, Next Gen 5.5kva diesel generator, 20gal/h watermaker, 2 x 16000BTU separate air-conditioning units, Sleeps 8 in 4 double cabin, Euros 165,000 Tax not paid .

Boat Details

Construction

  • Builder: Jeanneau (FRA)
  • Designer: Peteghem/Lauriot
  • Construction: GRP

Measurements

  • Length (Feet): 38
  • Length (Metres): 11.58
  • Beam: 21 ft 5"
  • Max Draft: 3 ft 8"
  • Displacement: 7260
  • LOA: 37 ft 9"
  • LWL: 36 ft 0"

Engines

  • Number of Engines: 2
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3YM30 SD
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Total Power: 58 hp

Construction

Whist GRP hulls, deck and superstructure
Anodised aluminium bow cross member
Twin rudders
Wheel steering
Aft cockpit

Machinery

2 x Yamnar 3YM30 29hp each (engine hours approx 2,300-400)
Saildrive
Next Gen 5.5kva generator installed in port forward locker
Serviced annually
Modular Cruise RO Seamaker watermaker (July 2017 high pressure pump needs attention/servicing)
20gal/h Powered off the generator

Electrics

3 x 4D DEKA AGM house batteries (2016)
2 x Engine and generator starting batteries (2013)
Engine battery coupling stbd/port
2 x Balmar 110Amp alternator (June 2017 stbd engine alternator replaced, port to be replaced in September)
Voltage regulators
Centerfielder for dual output integration (2012)
Rewired AC rotary switch house panel
Genset can power house panel (charger, hotwater, AC outlets)
2 x EA 135W Kyocera Solar Panels on Coach Roof
Blue Sky Controller to monitor electrical charge and usage (2011)
3 x Additional sockets plus 12v socket in main saloon

Tankage

Extra water tank (390ltrsl) upgrade
Aluminum fuel tank (2 x 130ltrs) upgrade

Rig and Sails

Anodised aluminium spar
Stainless steel standing rigging

Lewmar 44.2 electrical halyard winch (portside helm).

White slab reefed main sail
White roller furling gennaker
White roller furling jib

Accommodation

Sleeps 8 in 4 double cabins
2 x Double cabins per hull
2 x Heads with shower (1 per hull)
2 x Independent 16k BTU air-conditioning units
High quality linin sheets
Mattress protectors
Duvet covers
Towels for 8
Mosquito screen

Domestic

Engel DC 35 Fridge-freezer
12v Upgrade refrigerator unit, water cooled
Washing machine
Pots, pans & utensils
Service ware for 10pp, glasses

Deck

25kg Rocna anchor with 60m chain (2012)
20kg Anchor with 20m chain and rode as spare
New trampoline 2017
All fenders, lines and equipment set up for cruising
Deck light on mast
Cockpit seat cushions
Composite cockpit table
Cockpit Composite Bimini
Bespoke sun shade for 3 sides of the cockpit
Magma propane BBQ with conversion for both Med and US

Navigation

Nav Pack 2008, includes:
Raymarine ST70 tri-data
Raymarine ST70 wind
Raymarine ST6001 auto pilot
Chart chips for chart plotter, for the Mediterranean
Paper charts, Cruising guides for Puerto Rico-BVI, Italy Greece Adriatic Croatia
VHF Raymarine 49 USA with DSC

Safety

8 Person canister life raft new in 2012
EPIRB
Radar Reflector
Life jackets, 2 x self inflating and 8 x normal new 2012
Lifejacket harnesses and lifelines rig
Flares
Handheld radio
Hand held GPS
Fire extinguishers
Barometer
Extensive First Aid Kits
Complete tool kit and basic spare parts

Tenders

10’AB RIB dinghy
6.0hp Out board motor
Carried on davits
2 x Kayaks
2 x Folding bicycles

Title Documents and Tax

Listed below are the documents/or copies of what we have seen on listing this yacht.

Current New Zealand Certificate of Registry
USA Coastguard Deletion Certificate - deleted 2011 issued 2012.
Yacht Purchase Contract from August 2011 (USA)
VAT not paid - no VAT invoice

Owner Comments

She is a 2009 Lagoon Catamaran Series 2, Premium, 4 cabin and was shipped new to Puerto Rico from France. The Lagoon Premium package means stronger engines and luxury extras including fabric and furnishings.

We have maintained and upgraded her as we have travelled. In 2013, we replaced the engine and generator batteries, and in 2014 we replaced the Skipper's chair cushion, and recovered all the salon cushions and replaced the curtains. Each season when we haul the boat, we arrange for servicing of all 3 diesel engines (including the generator), change the oil, replace the zincs, sand and repaint the anti-foul, and service the dinghy engine. In 2016 we replaced the house batteries.

In summary, we have had a wonderful time aboard and have seen amazing places. It is such a unique experience to arrive at these places from the sea, and to stay in our own place right in the middle of historic towns, isolated bays, and sheltered anchorages. We counted up, and over 50 friends and family (including lots of children) have travelled to come and spend time on the boat with us over the past years. We have so many happy memories, and now it is someone else's turn.

Cursing History

We purchased the boat in 2011 in Fajardo Puerto Rico, where she had been in charter with Sail Caribe, an American charter agency specialising in Lagoon catamarans. We had an independent survey done by a Florida surveyor prior to purchase. Our surveyor found the vessel to be structurally sound, and in good overall condition.
While we were in Puerto Rico, we had work completed on the boat by qualified American technicians. Much of this work was for cruising freely and more affordably in the Mediterranean without needing to plug in to power or water sources in marinas. This included getting a watermaker powered off the generator, solar panels, replacing batteries, and installing new alternators. We also took the opportunity to set up the boat for a cruising lifestyle - with a fridge-freezer, washing machine, kayaks, folding bikes, cooking equipment, linen, a life raft, safety equipment, first aid equipment and a new anchor (Rocna) and chain.

We shipped the boat from Puerto Rico to Genoa in 2012, and have since sailed her from Genoa down the Italian coast to Elba, across to Corsica, Sardinia, down to Sicily, through the Straits of Messina, across to the Ionian in Greece, then Corfu, Albania, Croatia, Italy and back to Corfu. We have cruising guides and recommendations for all these places, as well as Raymarine chips for the Caribbean and for the Mediterranean.

Disclaimer and Travelling to Inspect

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith, in this case we are acting as Brokers only.  Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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