2011 Lagoon 380

Huelva, ES-H, ES

Lagoon 380 37.93ft

US $240,196

Huelva, ES-H, ES

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apicería estándar
Bimini rigido en fibra
Suplemento 2 x 29 cv yanmar 3YM30 SD
Tanques de agua residuales versión 3 camarotes


Acabado Cruising:

Proyector de cubierta sobre el mástil
Circuito 220 v con cargador de baterías 40 amp
Acople baterías de motor babor y estribor
Altavoces estancos en bañera
Radio lector CD MP3 + 2 HP interiores en el salón
Pack navegación electronica raymarine 2010
Pescantes + winche manual
Bandeja de madera + estiba en el mueble de cocina
Ventiladores camarotes y salón
Púlpitos de proa con asientos de ertaleno
Asiento timonel con cojín
Estiba bajo el puesto de gobierno
Nevera de bañera
Cajones en cocina
Banda de decoración
Ducha de bañera agua fría y caliente
Doble panel con aislamiento para compartimentos motor
Puerta deslizante cabina armador
Banqueta de salón con dossier
Horno de gas en inox
Pasa platos cocina-bañera
Espejos en camarotes
Estiba debajo de las camas
Pasamanos en los cuartos de baños
Cortinas de salón
Stores WC
Aparejo de gennaker + tangón
Soporte motor fuera borda con púlpito de popa
Cojines de bañera cuddy plata
Winche eléctrico de maniobra BD 46.2 STAEH en lugar del std
Batería suplementaria 140 amp con repartidor
Tanque de aguas rígido suplementario 300 L
Bomba de pie agua de mar sobre fregadera
Luces de navegación en Led
Guantera de cuero en camarotes

Specifications

  • Length: 38ft
  • Builder: Lagoon
  • Beam: 21' 5"
  • Draft: 3' 8"
  • Year: 2011
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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SPECS

  • Builder: Lagoon
  • Designer: Marc Van Peteghem / Vincent Lauriot Pr??vost
  • Keel: Other

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 37.93 ft
  • Max Draft: 3' 8"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 56' 9"
  • Beam Measure: 21' 5"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 44.91
  • Engine Brand: yanmar
  • Year Built: 2010
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 30 hp

  • Total Power: 44.91
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 14.91 hp

TANKS

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (98 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (98 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 2

Construction

Composition: Polyester and high quality anti-osmotic resin FRP construction
Foam sandwich hull construction, white gelcoat
Hull bottom in solid GRP
Balsa core deck and bridgedeck construction with polyester and vinylester resin
Solid GRP liners
Laminated wooden bulkheads

Deck

8 mooring cleats
12V/1000W electric anchor windlass in anchor locker
Bow safety net with knot-less nylon netting
Stainless steel stern pulpits with stern running light, horseshoe buoy and flagpole supports
Aluminium stanchion bases
Double stainless steel lifelines
Stainless steel coachouse-mounted handrails
Lifeline gates

Cockpit

Large cockpit, functional as deck salon, direct access from port transom
Self-draining cockpit
Steering station on coachouse bulkhead, engine controls, engine panels, compass, area for electronics installation.
Double helmsman seat with seat and “starboard” backrest
Steering system by cable, steering wheel with brake
Epoxy/glass rudders and shafts
Emergency tiller
Removable polyester cockpit table
U shape cockpit seat with storage
Gas storage locker

Interior

Main salon
Vast main salon with panoramic view and wide bay sliding door with lock
Standing headroom: ± 1,95m/6’5’’ for- ward and 2,05m/6’9’’ aft in main salon
12 V spotlights
Seating for 8 persons
Removable large varnished table that can be swapped with the cockpit cocktail table
Storage compartments under seats

Starboard Cabin
Access via stairs and conventional door
Standing headroom: ± 1,95m / 6’5’’
Whole starboard hull dedicated to owner’s use
Large cabin with chest of drawers alongside gangway
Washroom forward
12 V spotlights, 2 bed reading lights
Numerous storage compartments
Blinds on portholes and lateral windows
Double berth, 1,60 x2,00 m /5’3’’ x 6’7’’
Open storage under the berth
Large fixed hull window, 1 opening deck hatch, 1 opening porthole
Access to escape hatch

Forward washroom
Toilet compartment
Manual full-size marine head
Fibreglass washbasin with cupboard and mirror
Separate shower zone with door
Storage compartmentsLarge fixed hull window with blind
1 opening deck hatch
1 opening porthole

Port aft cabin
Standing headroom ± 1,95m/6’5’’
12 V spotlights
Trapezoidal berth 1,56 m x 1,04 m, 2 m long/4’3’’ x 3’5’’, 6’7’’ long
Open storage under bed
1 hanging locker
1 cupboard with shelves
Window blinds
1 opening deck hatch
1 opening porthole
Large hull fixed window

Port forward cabin
Standing headroom ± 1,95m/6’7’’
12 V spotlights
Trapezoidal berth 1,56 m x 1,04 m, 2 m wide/4’3’’ x 3’5’’, 6’7’’ wide
Storage under berth without doors
1 hanging locker
1 cupboard with shelves
Window blinds
1 opening deck hatch
1 opening porthole
Large hull fixed window

Galley in Saloon

Standing headroom: ± 1,95m / 6’5’’
12 V spotlights
Laminated countertop with 2 flush single stainless steel sinks
Waste bin
3 burner stove
Enamelled oven
Cutlery drawer
Cupboard under sink
Storage compartment in central seat
Electrical fridge 12 V – 190 l/50 US gal.
Overhead storage
Wide sliding window

Engine

Access to engine compartment from the hatch on transom
Twin 20 Hp sail-drive engines
Dual-lever engine control at helm station
Engine air intake in transom
Engine blower
Seawater filter
Fuel filter/separator
Fuel tank capacity 2 x 100 l / 2 x 26 US gal

Electrical

Main 12 V electrical panel, 12 V circuits
Voltmeter, circuit breakers
2 engine batteries: 12 v- 70 Amp
2 house batteries: 12 v-140 Amp
LED Lights

Sails

1 full-roach mainsail, sail area 47m2/ 506 sq.f. and battens
1 furling genoa, sail area 30 m2/323 sq.ft. with UV protective strip

Rigging

Standing Rigging
Anodized aluminium mast, 15m/49’ deck stepped, with mainsail track and cars
Single spreader rig
Anodized aluminium boom
2 hull-mounted shroud chain plates
1 crossbeam-mounted forestay chain plate

Running Rigging
1 mainsail double purchase halyard
1 genoa halyard
1 multi-purchase mainsail sheet and traveller in aft cockpit
2 genoa sheets
2 genoa tracks running back to the helm station on port
2 genoa cars with adjustable fairleads
1 genoa winch, 44.2 STC, on roof
1 halyard winch, 40.2 STC, on roof
2 mainsail reef lines
1 fixed main sail outhaul
1 mainsail topping lift
1 genoa furling line
2 Lazy-jacks
1 winch handle
1 winch handle holder

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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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