Used Lagoon 380 Catamaran  For Sale

SOLD! (08/03)



Year Built / Model Year: 1999/2000
L.O.A: 38' 01"
Model: Lagoon 380
Builder: Lagoon
USD($) Price: $249,000
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Beam: 21' 04"
Draft Min/Max: 3' 07"
Displacement: 13,000 lbs. unloaded
Mast Hgt. Off Water: 56' 08"
Engine(s): 2 x 27 hp Yanmar diesels
Berths: 6
Staterooms: 3
Heads: 2
Fuel Capacity: 2 x 35 gal.
Fresh Water Capacity: 2 x 80 gal.
Mainsail Area: 517 sq.f.
Genoa Area: 335 sq.f.
Designer: Marc Van Peteghem/Vincent Lauriot Prevost

1 x Fully-roached Mainsail, sail area 505 sq.f. and battens
1 x Furling Genoa, sail area 334 sq.f. with UV protective band

Anodized aluminum mast 49' deck stepped with mainsail track and cars
Single spreader rig
Anodized aluminum boom
2 x Hull-mounted shroud chainplates
1 x Crossbeam-mounted forestay chainplate

1 x Mainsail halyard
1 x Genoa halyard
1 x Multi-purchase Mainsail sheet and traveler in aft cockpit
2 x Genoa sheets
2 x Genoa tracks with Genoa car
2 x Genoa cars with adjustable fairleads
2 x Roof winches, 40.2 ST
1 x winch at the base of the mast
2 x Mainsail reef lines
1 x Mainsail outhaul
1 x Mainsail topping lift
1 x Genoa furling line
2 x Lazy Jacks
3 x Winch handles
2 x Winch handle holders in cockpit

6 x Mooring cleats
800w electric anchor windlass in anchor locker
Bow Trampoline
Stainless steel stern pulpits with stern running light and horseshoe buoy mount
Aluminum stanchion bases
Double stainless steel lifelines
Stainless steel roof-mounted handrails
Lifeline gates

Large cockpit, functional as deck saloon, direct access from port transom
Self-draining cockpit
Steering station on roof bulkhead, engine controls, engine panels, compass and electronics
Steering system by cable
Epoxy/glass rudders and shafts
Emergency tiller
Varnished wood cockpit table
Storage locker under helm seat
Gas storage

Direct access to water, port side
Deck shower on port side
Stainless steel ladder on port side
Rubber transom rubrails

Twin 27hp saildrive engines
Engine cut-off in cockpit
Dual-lever engine control at helm station
Soundproofed engine compartments
Engine air-intake in transom
Engine blower
Seawater filter
Access to engine compartment on transom
Fuel filter/separator
Fuel tank capacity 2 x 35 gal.

2 x 80 gal.
Freshwater system with one main pressure pump
Hot water heater system with 5,8 gal. hot water heater
Sea Water Foot Pump in Galley
Dock water inlet

Main 12v electrical panel, 12 circuits
Voltmeter, circuit breakers, battery test switch
2 x engine batteries: 12v - 70amp
2 x house batteries: 12v - 140amp

Composition: polyester and vinylester resin
Foam sandwich hull construction
Balsa core deck and nacelle construction
Solid one-piece countermold
laminated wooden bulkheads

Within 2002:
In line zincs on both engines
interior cushions recovered with Sunbrella
New bottom paint (02/03)
Custom teak grate for entry way into saloon
No-odor head hoses port head (Guest)
55lb. Delta anchor
Anchor bridle
200' 3/8 anchor rode chain
Trampoline - 1" nylon strapping colored (6 year guarentee)
Doyle Main sail bag out of Sunbrella with Lazy jacks
8 x deep cycle golf cart batteries - 880 amps
Rebuilt 110 amp alternator
Rebuilt fuel injectors at or around 1,600 hrs
Custom bimini - with PVC walkway
All thru-hulls bonded to zincs

Other Addtions:
Furuno 821 Radar
Spectra 380 Watermaker with auto backflush
Freezer - minus 40
Air Conditioning, 1 x 16,000 btu & 1 x 5,000 btu (Rich Beer Marine)
Water hose
30 amp shore power cord
Vacuum oil changer
Raycor 500 fuel filters
Captain chair at inside chart table
Captain chair at helm
Heart Link battery monitor
Outside shower with hot & cold water
Extra electric panel
FM/AM/Cassette/12CD with 4 x speakers
Flood light over front of the boat and one in helm area
Heavy duty rub-rails - high density plastic with stainless steel
3-1 Mainsail halyard
Extra halyard and Spinnaker halyard
Charcoal water filter
Extra hatch - cut in under helm seat for storage and access
Replaced refer filter (water cooled) with larger more efficient
4 x Fenders and 7 x lines of misc. lengths
4 x 5 gal. diesel cans
9' Caribe dinghy with 9.9 Johnson outboard
Dinghy davits
Large propane BBQ
1 x Propane tank
Screens and shades for hatches
4 x sets of sheets & 2 x bedspreads
4 x pillows
Stern glass holder
B&G Electronics with Chart Plotter
Chips for plotter (4) - East and South Florida, Charleston, Bahamas, Hispaniola - Grenada
Horizon VHF with distress call & external mic
Cockpit cushions
3 x DC outlets - 2 x 110 in saloon & 1 in stateroom
5 x Electric fans - 2 in saloon and 3 in staterooms

Extra Parts:
Sail drive spindle
New refer motor (spare)
Racor filters
Yanmar inline fuel filters
Yanmar oil filter
Water maker filters

Since the Lagoon 380's launch in 1998 it has now become the most successful production catamaran ever with over 170 hulls built to date. Once you have had a look at her you will immediately see why.

Her swift hulls are a direct results of the considerable progress achieved in competitive multihull design by the world renowned design team of Van Petegham and Lauriot-Prevost.:

As a result of years of experience and research, the Lagoon 380 is well thought out; easy access to the engines from the transom skirt, large comfortable cockpit with table and benches, electric windlass, rigid catwalk on the trampoline, safe and wide side decks .....

Her innovative interior includes a magnificent stateroom and large head in the starboard hull, where the separate shower offers unequalled luxury.  To port there are two large doubles and a second head and shower.  Three couples or a large family can be accommodated with space to spare.

She has a superb bar in the panoramic saloon, and the galley connects directly with the cockpit, making the chef's life easy! The Lagoon 380 is extremely well-ventilated throughout and is very light and airy.  All in all, a superior catamaran that is guaranteed to please.

The link between the interior and the exterior is of utmost importance, and that is why the galley on the Lagoon 380 becomes the logical connection between the salon and the cockpit without blocking the way, and the large bay sliding door is the ultimate passageway to and from the inside to the outside, and the resulting visibility, appreciated on every Lagoon, is exceptional.

Vertical salon windows increase the usable space within the salon. In those cats with angled windows, the area under those "acres" of sloping glass are unusable. The situation is akin to some minivan automobile designs in which their large, sloping windows generate excessive heat in the sun, while only creating "acres" of marginally usable dashboard surface. By comparison, a salon with vertical windows allows for standing headroom right up to the windows. You’re able to use and enjoy both the full width and length of the salon. Vertical windows provide maximum visibility, whether you’re seated or standing in the salon. Vertical salon windows allow even those who are seated in the cockpit to have good visibility right through the salon and beyond to the panorama ahead of the vessel.

SHANNON MARIE is in excellent condition and is priced well to sell!

Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed. 
Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable.
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