Double Wide | 2001 Lagoon 380

Kemah, TX, US

Double Wide | Lagoon 380 38ft

US $249,900

Kemah, TX, US



  • Length: 38ft
  • Beam: 21' 5"
  • Draft: 3' 9"
  • Year: 2001
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Sale Pending

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  • Length Overall: 37.75 ft
  • Max Draft: 3' 9"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 58' 0"
  • Cabin Head room measure: 6' 5"
  • Beam Measure: 21' 5"



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


Microwave: mounted above galley cabinet. New 2019.
Propane: Two aluminum 10-pound propane tanks in cockpit propane locker (tanks inspected and recertified in 2016). new hoses and regulator in 2018.
Stove and Over: New 2019 Dickenson Caribbean stove and oven. Significant upgrade to the stock oven/stove combination that Lagoon puts on board that everyone complains about.
Custom Galley Cabinet: Installed above sink and stove area for additional galley storage.
Galley Faucet: New 2019 with pull out handle and 2 soap dispensers.

Deck & Equipment

Deck Hardware:
7 Mooring cleats
Windlass: Feb 2014 – upgraded windlass from discontinued Leroy Somer 800w Windlass to new Lewmar H3 heavy duty Windlass. Lewmar Auto-Anchor wired remote AA560 with chain counter at the helm station and separate wireless windlass remote.
Main Anchor: New 2018 Rocna 25 (55 pound) anchor.
Main Anchor rode: New 2018 225ft of 5/16″ HT galvanized chain.
Chain swivel: Upgraded to a Quick line UFS-10 Ultra-Flip Anchor Swivel, which ensures the anchor flips the right way onto the bow roller every time.
Backup Anchors: (1) Rocna 20 (45 pound) and (1) Fortress FX 23 Aluminum Danforth style anchor.
Backup Anchor Rode: 200 ft of 3 strand 3/4″ line with 15’ chain
Anchor bridle and hook: Feb 2014 – upgraded anchor bridle to Mantus Custom Bridle with Mantus Chain Hook.
Mooring ball bridle and hook: 2015 added second shorter bridle and snap hook (rated 10,000 #) for securing to
mooring balls.
Lifelines: Double stainless-steel lifelines and aluminum base stanchion bases/ escutcheons.
Lifeline Gates. New 2019 Dynema stern lifeline gates.
Hatches: 2020 (2) new hatches over each aft cabin, (1) new over forward port cabin.
Hatch Covers: 2021 new Outland hatch covers for each aft cabin, port head, port forward cabin, starboard shower compartment, and starboard office area.
SUP/Windsurfer holder: Located on port forward stanchions, can hold two boards.
Dive Tank Rack/Equipment: Located on port aft stanchions, (4) tank capacity with (4) dive tanks included in sale. Also 50’ hooka hose with regulator included for cleaning the bottom or emergency maintenance.

Custom Arch and Hardtop: June 2014 new custom fabricated fiberglass hardtop with Lewmar pilot hatch, mounted to custom made aluminum arch with sling seat as well as outboard motor hoist and motor mount on port side aft. 2 built in fishing rod holders and platform for solar panels. Removable cup holders on each side of sling seat.
Large Cockpit: self-draining; 2019 new wood cockpit table that folds for cocktails or expands for meals. Storage locker and propane locker in cockpit seats with 2 propane tanks. Propane tanks inspected and recertified in 2016.
RTIC 110 cooler with padded seat at cockpit table for additional seating.
45-quart cooler with padded seat on starboard side of cockpit that makes a “co pilot seat” with cup holder and grab handle.
Steering station on port with custom helm seat. Seat has a footrest and slide fore and aft for comfort. Steering system by cable, engine controls, engine panels, compass, custom mount for Garmin chart plotter and cup holder also located at steering station.
Epoxy/glass rudders and shafts. Rudder bearing replace in 2017.
Emergency tiller located under the aft port bunk.

Sunbrella, Vinyl , Canvas upgrades:

Mistral Prodigy windsurfer with harness, sail and all rigging included in sale.

14′ sup and two paddles included with sale.

Aug 2012 – beige faux leather main salon cushions (New foam as well)
Jan 2014 – custom beige vinyl cockpit cushions and RTIC ice chest cooler seat.
Aug 2014 – custom bug proof white mesh sunshade (Phifertex) cockpit enclosure. Shades and makes the cockpit impervious to bugs.
Sept 2014 – 3 custom sunshade panels (Phifertex Plus) for additional sun protection. They have welt and snaps evenly spaced to snap to aft edge of solar panel frame to provide shade while sitting in sling seat.
Sept 2015 – custom Makrolon windshield (center panel opens and secures to hardtop for airflow) and Stamoid windshield covers with scratch protective fabric on inside.
Aug 2016 – custom mesh sunshade (Phifertex) Salon window covers (outside). You can see out but people cannot see in. Cuts down on sun glare and heat entering the cabin.
Oct 2016 – Organic Queen size Latex topper w/ Bamboo cover in Master Berth.
2021 New accordion shades for all saloon windows.
2018 Full glass to enclose cockpit sides in foul weather or cold.

Electronics & Navigation

At Nav Station:
1- Clarion CMD8 Watertight Marine CD/ USB stereo package with ipod / iPhone connectivity, 4×45
watts. System includes 4- JL Audio M650-CCX-CG-WH 7.7″ Speakers
1- Garmin GMI 20 Marine Instrument Display (Wind, Depth, Drift, VMG, TWA< AWA)
1- Garmin 5212 Chart plotter 12.1″ waterproof color touch screen display with built in cartography, sat
imaging, optional g2 vision 3D charts.
1- Standard VHF radio w/ AIS receiver, AIS ship DSC call, navigation display, speaker microphone (also
Ram 3 remote access mic system for the helm.
1- Garmin GHC 10 Marine wireless autopilot remote control for GHP 10 pilot.
1- Wireless remote control for operation of windlass.

At the Helm and Elsewhere:
1- Garmin 4208 Chart plotter 8.4″ color screen, 2 video inputs and sat imagery. Mounted on custom
stainless steel mounting platform.
1- Garmin GHC 20 autopilot display and control- Garmin Autopilot Package- core pack includes display,
ECU, CCU, buzzer & cables, Class B drive unit for sailboats up to 79,000 lbs. of displacement
1- Majestic UFO X Marine TV Antenna (Top of mast)
1- Garmin GMI 20 Display at the helm for wind, depth, VMG, drift, TWA, AWA etc.
1- Lewmar auto anchor system and chain counter. Raise and lower the anchor from the helm station
with digital display of how much is let out! (No more marking chain and rode.)
1- Garmin GMR 18 HD 4KW Digital Radar.
1- Garmin GWS10 Marine Wind Sensor.
1- 32″ 1080HD LED TV Custom Mount in Salon.
1- 22” 1080HD LED TV in Owners Cabin with LG Blue-Ray Smart DVD Player. Added July 2016.
Wiring of the Vessel for Dockside Cable Television.

Electrical, Power & Plumbing

Fresh water System: 2 water tanks: 158 gallons total; freshwater capacity. System with one main pressure pump and hot water system with 6-gallon water heater operated on 120 volts and off port engine heat exchanger. Water tank level gauges located above refrigerator in galley.

RO Water Maker: Village Marine Tec. model: No Frills 800; rated 33 gallons per hour; professionally engraved placards indicate functional controls; new stainless steel booster pump in 2015 – new membranes in 2016 – main pump serviced, primed and repainted 2017. Handheld TDS Tester to sample and monitor water quality. Many spare parts and filters. RO system on board is currently “pickled” for storage.

Thru Hulls: 2018 all new Marelon (non-corrosive) thru hulls installed. 11 total that will last a lifetime.
Heads: Two new ELECTRIC quiet flush heads installed in 2018 in both port and starboard head compartments. Both heads have new individual SCAD tank level indicator located in each head compartment (sensors does not come in contact with waste).

Cockpit Shower: New 2019 on port inboard side above engine hatch. Both hot and cold-water shower.
Cockpit Fresh Water Washdown: Located on port outboard side above engine hatch. Standard water hose connection with shut off.

Raw water Anchor Wash down: Located in starboard forward locker (near starboard water tank). Hose and sprayer attached.

Bilge Pumps: 2- bilge pumps, one in each bilge; 2- bilge pump switches with red indicator lights
mounted at the navigation station; 4-Rule high water alarm, one in each keel bilge and one in each
engine compartment. OEM manual whale pumps, for high volume pumping option in an emergency.

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration:
Air Conditioners: Three separate AC units with reverse heat feature: 1- Salon unit 16,000 BTU Cruisair (new unit installed July 2012) and 2- Aft cabin units 7000 BTU Each; Individual thermostats allow independent temp control in each aft cabin and salon. Saloon unit also has vents to forward port cabin and starboard master head.

Galley Refrigeration: Feb 2014 – New Adler Barbour CU 200 condensing unit (air or water cool). Added external digital thermostat and small 12v forced air fan to help refrigerator box cool more evenly and efficiently. Exterior on/off switch for both fan and galley refrigerator water pump.

Cockpit Refrigeration: New 2020 cockpit refrigerator installed under helm seat.

Generator: 9.5 KW Phasor Marine Generator with three-cylinder Kubota Diesel (approx. 6000 hours) installed in port bridge deck locker on custom floor, fully enclosed in soft sound shield cover with electrical ventilation fan. Dedicated AGM Starting battery and switch under salon seating next to galley refrigerator. Remote panel for start/stop with gauges located in port hallway. New 2020: Auxiliary 19-gallon generator fuel tank installed in starboard bridge deck locker with fuel gauge above galley refrigerator. Fuel switch for generator located in generator compartment to switch feed from this auxiliary tank or to port aft engine tank.

Inverter/Charger: Heart Freedom Marine Inverter and Battery Charger; 2000-watt 12o Volt AC inverter and 100-amp 12V charger with optional remote control panel mounted at the navigation station. Smart charger senses battery state and adjusts charge; accordingly, has setting for AGM batteries making it compatible and assuring maximum battery life.
Backup Battery Charger: Sentry Heavy Duty 110 V battery charger with both automatic and manual mode. Serves as a backup only and is normally off.

Batteries: NEW 2019 Concord Lifeline AGM Batteries, sealed and truly maintenance free. (4) 4D AGM batteries for the house bank (800-amp hours total) and (2) Group 27 AGM engine starting batteries (one for each engine). Battery combiner between house and start batteries for charging house under power without changing any battery switches.

House Battery Monitoring: Victron battery monitor installed 2019.

Lighting and Navigation: All interior light have been switched over to LED bulbs. Navigation lights have also been upgraded to LED. Masthead light, stern light and running lights all changed in 2014. Cockpit lighting has 2- West Marine LED lights – white/blue and dimmable.

Fans and Ventilation: 12v Marine Fans: 2- fans in master stateroom; 2- fans in main salon; 2- fans in cockpit custom integrated into fiberglass hardtop; 2- in aft port cabinet and one in forward port V-berth.

12v and USB Outlets: USB outlets added to each side of aft state rooms and one in port forward cabin for cell phones or IPADS. Several USB and 12V outlets at Nav station and one 12v outlet at helm. One 12v outlet in starboard office area for a portable freezer that can be mounted under the table.

Additional 12v Breaker Panel: Blue Seas Systems: additional 12V eight-breaker distribution panel at navigation station with dedicated circuit breakers for radar, new automatic bilge pumps, tricolor light, TV antenna and cockpit lighting, as well as 12V circuit to cockpit refrigerator. Custom wiring and main electrical fuse for new panel to match/ exceed OEM. Custom circuit breakers panel added for generator feed mounted in port hallway.

Shore Power Inlets; Relocated on port side (to accommodate opening port engine hatch with cords installed). (2) 120volt 30-amp shore power circuits complete with deck mounted socket, main circuit breakers in port engine compartment. One for main 120volt house and one for air conditioning units.

Shore power cables: complete array of cabling to meet all needs while encountering various docking configurations; 2- 20 Ft 30-amp cables; 2- 50 ft 30 amp cables; 1-50 Amp splitter to accommodate two 30-amp cables into one 50 amp sockets; 2- 30 amp adapters to 120 Vic outlets. and one 50 amp to 30 amp.

Solar Panels and Controllers: 1080 watts total comprised of (5) panels. Two 225-watt panels on arch and three 210-watt panels on hard top. They are controlled by two 45amp Tristar MMT controllers that have a remote monitoring panel at nav station. This system can provide up to 60-70 amps and hour in full sun or around 300 amps a day on a sunny day.

Electric dingy Lifting system: A remote controlled winch with dynema lines has been added to raise up the dingy. It uses blocks and a single line to raise and lower the dingy with the touch of a button. Safety lines attach when dingy is fully hoisted to take all loads off winch and dynema line while underway.

Engine & Mechanical

Twin Yanmar 3GM30F three-cylinder diesel engines (engines serviced and new motor mount installed 2015) – engines have 5800 Hours and well maintained.
Manual engine cut-off for each engine at helm.
Dual -lever engine control at the helm station; soundproofed engine compartments; engine air intake in
Transom. Optional engine blowers installed.
Fuel tank capacity for engines: 2×100 liters/ 2x 26 gallons.
New fuel tank gauges and sending units 2019.
New bilge pumps in each engine room 2018.

Sails & Rigging

Mainsail: Oct 2012 – New Ullman Sails Fully- Roached Mainsail (sail area: 47m2 / 505 sq ft.)
Stack pack: Oct 2013 – New Doyle Stack Pack with lazy jacks
Genoa: Nov 2018 New Furling Genoa (sail area: 31m2 / 344 sq ft) with UV protective band from Precision Sails.
Spinnaker: Doyle custom purple asymmetrical cruising spinnaker. Spinnaker mounted in sock for easy deployment and dousing. Custom block and tackle system attaching the spinnaker without the need for a pole.

Standing rigging:
Anodized aluminum mast, 15m/ 49ft, deck stepped, with mainsail track and cars.
58’ bridge clearance (ICW Friendly).

Running Rigging:
Mainsail halyard new Nov 2017.
Multi-purchase mainsail sheet and traveler in aft cockpit (moved traveler out of the cockpit to the top of new custom arch with new line and turning blocks in May 2014).
Upgraded Jib cars and tracks (Feb 2015).
Jib sheets new 2018.
Spinnaker halyard new 2018.
Backup halyard new 2019.
Dynema lazy jacks new 2020.

Additional Information

Dinghy & Outboard:
10.5 FT Achilles fiberglass rib dinghy with non-skid floor and bow locker (new in 2016). Center console and seat for dingy with steering wheel, remote steering and engine controls to outboard motor.
15 HP Yamaha 2 stroke engine with stainless steel prop.
LED running lights for tender.
Remote fuel filter.
Dingy anchor/rode and dingy boarding ladder in bow locker.

General Customizations and equipment:
Propane BBQ w/ cover, large fiberglass LPG tank w/ custom Sunbrella cover both located on port aft deck.
Stainless steel capped custom rub rails to protect hulls during docking maneuvers.
Custom workshop with bench and vise in forward locker starboard. This is where water maker is also located.
Fishing Rod Racks in fwd locker starboard and in port V-berth.
Custom dock line rack in forward locker port.
Designer towel bars and hooks in owners head, as well as an additional custom shelf above head.
Custom teak grating in cockpit at salon threshold, guest head floor, owner head and shower floors.
Todd swiveling helm seat with arm rests at Nav station (New cushions 2016)
Decorative “Moon” framed mirror in port aft cabin.
Full length “dressing” acrylic mirror on main cabin door.
Heavy duty brass triple wall hooks in port forward cabin and starboard aft stateroom cabins
Custom teak saloon table.
Additional red LED nightlight at navigation station.


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