|Length Overall||36ft 9in (11.4m)|
|Length Waterline||33ft 4in (10.16m)|
|Draft||3ft 4in (1.02m)|
|Overall Height||58ft 6in (17.83m)|
|Nominal Head room||6ft 3in (1.9m)|
|Designers||Marc Van Peteghem & Vincent Lauriot Prevost|
Fully hand laid up fiberglass laminates. Superior hull strength is acheived by a design characteristic not found in conventional Multi-Hulls. The bridge deck is incorporated with the inner half of each hull; the outer halves of the port and stbd. hulls are chemically bonded to the center portion--a preferred construction design. Balsa core is used for the hull and deck for stiffness strength and insulation. The construction specifications are in line with the highest standards for composite materials, including tridirectional glass, marine plywood impregnated with vinylester resin. All bulkheads and other bondings are made using two layers of bi-directional glass roving. Composite rudders on stainless steel rudder stock with self aligning ":Jeanneau" bearing blocks.
The Interior (3 Cabin Version)
Finished in oiled teak and pressure laminates, vinyl hull and overhead liners.Varnished teak and holly floors
Headroom at least 6ft 3in in walking areas Large well lit and well ventilated. A square seat bench with radiused cushions and table seats 8 in comfort. Soft cushions and backrest provide full comfort and relaxation. The saloon is naturally lit by a profusion of windows, 2 of which are opening. The floor is covered with teak and holly. The table can convert to a double berth as an option.
The Forward Cabins
Spacious, well lit and well ventilated. Each cabin has an opening skylight and an opening port. Queen sized bed with a 5in thick mattress. Large storage compartments forward of the berths. Bookshelf.
The Aft Cabin
Spacious, well lit and well ventilated. An opening skylight and an opening port. Double sized bed with a 5in thick mattress. Hanging Locker Overhead lights and reading spotlight Seat and storage shelves
The Galley (port side)
A large double sink has stowage and dustbin under as well as access to the seacock of the sink. Opposite the sink is a "Force 10" stainless steel 3-burner stove with oven. Alongside the stove is a work counter under which is 2 cutlery drawers and storage lockers. Large vertical icebox with 2 opening doors. the optional Sea Frost system is included A special US Coastguard approved propane gas locker is located on deck with space for up to two bottles.
Outboard of the gangway is a settee. On the inboard side is the main electrical panel including circuit breakers, fold down chart table and a lower storage locker.
Port Head and Shower - aft.
Shower with pressurized water. Mixer tap, hot and cold. Large wash basin and manual marine toilet. GRP inner liner with built-in drain grate. Waste water drains to a separate sump then pumped overboard. Storage locker with mirror. Hatch and opening port ensure good ventilation and light.
Starboard Head and Shower - forward.
Same features as the Port Aft Head.
The cockpit is an extension of the interior saloon, accessible through a broad door. Cockpit seats will accommodate 12 people and the table is ideal for those outside lunches and dinners. The cockpit sole is made from hard wearing fiberglass and 3 lockers under the seats provide excellent storage.
The Steering Station:
Forward of the cockpit seating is the wheel station equipped with a double padded seat with backrest that allows the helmsman to see the bows and to steer from the side. A twin Morse control allows the helmsman to maneuver the 2 Perkins M-20 diesel engines with great ease. An instrument console contains both engine control panels.
Lewmar "Ocean Series" hatches throughout. 2 forward hatches provide access to watertight forepeaks. Chain locker for winch and mooring gear. 2 opening hatches in coachroof forward. 6 hatches over cabins and heads. Stainless steel split pushpits. Trampoline net. Bow roller for anchor stowage. Stainless steel chain plates. Navigation console with compass. Wheel steering. Swim Ladder. 6 cleats
Standing Rigging: Mast in anodized aluminum. Boom in anodized aluminum with reefing system. Spreaders raked aft. Profurl furling gear for the Jib. Sheathed cap shrouds Main sail Lazy Jacks 2 mast mounted, Lewmar self tailing halyard winches. Deck mounted Lewmar self tailing mainsheet winch 2 coach roof mounted, Lewmar self tailing genoa sheet winches.
Running Rigging:Main halyard with 2:1 purchase. Jib halhard Boom topping lift. Main sail outhaul. Main reefing lines with jammers. Main sheet Jib sheets Full width mainsail traveller Jib tracks and winches on port and starboard coach roof.
Sails: Sobstad Main with full battens on "sda" end fittings. Sobstad Furling jib with reinforced leech and UV guard.
Twin Perkins Perama M20 2 x 18hp for easy manoeuvering. Freshwater cooled for lower maintenance and longer life. Engine controls at helmsmans station. Fully soundproofed engine bays. Racor fuel filters. Fuel capacity 50 gallons. Fuel consumption approx 1/3 gallon per hour. Fuel gauges - both electrical and mechanical.
Electrical: Main 12 volt panel with automatic circuit breakers. Voltmeters both digital and analog showing battery levels Battery switches for main and both engines. 6 Prevailer Gel batteries approx. 480 amp/hour capacity. 110V Shoreline power system. Full interior and navigation lights.
Plumbing: All seacocks have 90° turn levers. Polybutylene water piping. Heavy duty fresh water pump. Hot water tank with 12 gallon capacity. Uses surplus engine heat. Water Capacity - 100 gallons.
Bilge: 2 heavy duty electric bilge pumps with auto float switches. 2 manual bilge pumps in cockpit.
Emergency Tiller 2 winch handles 2 aluminum propane tanks, each 10lbs capacity.
Sea 222 SSB HF Transceiver with automatic tuner and external antenna. Magellan 5200 GPS with swivel for cockpit viewing. Standard Horizon VHF Radio with external speaker. Heart 1000 watt Inverter with control panel. Ample Power EMON II energy monitoring system. Hi-Output Alternator - with Ample Power multi-step regulator. Parallel Battery Switch - joins port and starboard battery banks. Autohem 3000 Autopilot - plus a second unit as backup. 2 Extra Prevailer Gel Batteries - providing an additional 160amps. Marine Intrusion Alarm System by Tantyme Engineering. Bilge Alert Alarms. 45lb CQR Anchor Fortress FX27 Anchor Fortress FX11 Anchor Danforth Style Storm Anchor 200' 5/16" hi-test chain 30' 5/16" hi-test chain + 150' 5/8" line Simpson Lawrence Horizon 500 Electric Windlass. Custom divider glassed into chain locker. Salt Water Washdown PUR power Survivor 80II Watermaker - with 80 gallons a day capability. Astro-PUR built in water filtering system. Carbon Fibre Davitz with all hardware. Full Dodger / Bimini with pull down sides Textaline external window coverings. New Cockpit Cushions in "Sunbrella" over sta-dri foam. 12V Audiovox 9" color Television 12V Audiovox Video Cassette Recorder. Hella fans in the saloon and all cabins. Standard Marine AM/FM Stereo Cassette with Bose speakers. No-Strike Lightning Protection. Carib C-9 Inflatable Dinghy with accessories. Yamaha 15hp Outboard
This is a gorgeous, very well equipped Lagoon 37. As the owners cruising home for the past few years, "Even Keel" has those essential extras necessary to make life more comfortable and safer out on the water. These extras are valued at more than $35,000.
Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed.
Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable. © 1998 2Hulls, Inc. []