2014 Lagoon 400 S2

Primošten, HR

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Specifications

  • Length: 39ft
  • Beam: 23' 9"
  • Draft: 3' 11"
  • Year: 2014
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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SPECS

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 39.24 ft
  • Max Draft: 3' 11"
  • Beam Measure: 23' 9"

ENGINE(S)

TANKS

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (200 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (200 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Number of cabins: 6
  • Number of heads: 4

Manufacturer Provided Description

After seeing over 260 boats built in three years, the Lagoon 400 (launched in 2009) has found a new lease of life through Nauta Design’s work on the boat’s interior fittings. Suggestions received from owners have enabled Lagoon to produce a boat that is even more welcoming, with a greater level of comfort, and resolutely modern: the result is the Lagoon 400 S2, a nod to its famous predecessors, the Lagoon 410 S2 and 380 S2. 

Like its predecessors, the Lagoon 400 S2 is designed for coastal or ocean cruises. It can comfortably accommodate 8 with its 3 or 4 double cabins, elegantly fitted, spacious interior, and her cockpit and salon on the same level. 

Construction

  • Composition: high quality polyester and antiosmosisresin
  • White gelcoatinfusedbalsacore
  • Solid infused hullbottom
  • Vacuum laminated balsa bridge and cotinfused
    with high quality anti-osmosisresin andbalsa.
  • Solid casting mould and sandwich hull
  • Laminated or adhesivebulkheads

Deck

  • 8 mooring cleats
  • 1 12V 1000W vertical electric windlass on bride
    with 10mm gipsy
  • Nylon centre line
  • Stainlesssteelpulpits atstern
  • Stainless steel pulpits at stern, one with
    horseshoebuoy andpavilion
  • Composite compression beam with anchor
    emplacement and cleat.
  • Aluminium bow pulpit with anchor point and
    Genoa furler, anchorroller, and navigation light.
  • Stanchion
  • 2 stainlesssteel lifelines on gunwale
  • 3 stainlesssteel lifelines on sternpulpit
  • Stainlesssteel handrail on sides of coachroof.
  • Stainlesssteel handrail on Biminiposts

Cockpit

  • Cockpit can be used as bridge living area, access to sea via gangway that also provides access to transoms
  • Rigid Bimini with lighting provided by 3 spotlights
  • Self-emptying cockpit with wooden duckboards
  • port helm on coachroof bulkhead includes: engine controls, engine instrument panel, electronics area, steering wheel with chafe guard and brake, double bench, access stairway from cockpit with stainless steel banister,pocket,
    footrest
  • Rope steering system, rudder blades with stainless steel spindles, emergency tiller handle
  • Bench to starboard side
  • Varnished cockpit table interchangeable with galley coffee table
  • 1 box under stern bench
  • 1 generator technical cupboard under bow bench (generator optional)
  • 1 gas cabinet under starboard bench
  • 1 Storage area under portside Lazy boy,storage for 1 bottle of gas

Accommodations

Bow port cabin

  • Accessed through door from port passage
  • Headroom: of around 2.08m
  • Lighting with 2 x 12V spotlights
  • 2 x 12V spotlights at headboard on ceiling
  • Convertible double/2 single bed(s)
  • double bed 2.06m x 1.76m x 1.16m at foot.
  • 2 single beds 2.06m x 0.69m x 0.58m at foot.
  • Drawer and two storage units on front ofbed
  • 1 under-bed storage unit
  • Storage at foot of bed
  • 1 wardrobe
  • 1 round deck hatch with blind
  • 1 opening hull porthole with privacy curtain.
  • 1 large hull window with privacy curtain

Bow port toilet

  • Accessed through doorf rom bow cabin
  • Lighting with 2 x 12V spotlights
  • Headroom: around 2m
  • Large manual marine toilet (space for optional sewage tank)
  • polyester sink with pressurised mixertap
  • Composite shower duckboard
  • 1 shower head
  • 1 round stainless steel towel rack
  • 1 double peg
  • Shower drained by 12V pump
  • 1 round deck hatch with blind
  • Toilet paper holder under sink
  • 1 high unit with 2 mirrors and shelves
  • 1 toothbrush holder above sink

Stern port toilet

  • Accessed through door from stern cabin
  • Lighting with 2 x 12V spotlights
  • Headroom: around 2m
  • Large manual marine toiletwith sewage tank as standard
  • polyester sink with pressurised mixertap
  • Composite shower duckboard
  • 1 shower head
  • 1 round stainless steel towel rack
  • 1 doublepeg
  • Shower drained by 12V pump
  • 1 round deck hatch with blind
  • Toilet paper holder under sink
  • 1 high unit with 2 mirrors and shelves
  • 1 toothbrush holder above sink

Stern port cabin

  • Accessed through door from port passage
  • Headroom: of around 2.00m
  • Lighting with 2 x 12V spotlights
  • 2 x 12V spotlights at headboard on ceiling
  • Front and side access bed, 2.00m x 1.44m x 1.00 at foot
  • Drawer under bed
  • Battery isolating switch accessible behind door on front of bed.
  • Bedside unit on port side
  • Wardrobe
  • 1 round deck hatch with blind
  • 1 opening hull porthole with privacy curtain.
  • 1 large hull window with privacy curtain

Galley

  • Large galley with panoramic view, sliding bay window with lock
  • Headroom in galley: 2.13m
  • 12V LED spotlights
  • 5 seat L-shaped bench
  • 1 slide-out chair for map and dinner table
  • Varnished wood coffee table interchangeable with large cockpit table (with set of long aluminium legs and short aluminium legs)
  • 3 storage units under bench
  • 2 panels open on to bow coachroof windows

Engines

  • Accessed via gas powered panels in transom
  • 2 saildrive 29Hp diesel engines
  • Soundproofing on cabin bulkheads in engine compartment
  • Air intake through rear panel
  • 12V extractor fan
  • 1 12V 70Ah gel cell starter battery per engine
  • Fuel filterwith vessel
  • Seawater filter
  • Exhaust with water tank

Electrical

  • 12V backlit electrical unit in galley near map table
  • LCD screen with: voltmeter, ammeter, fresh water gage,fuel gage,battery level alarm
  • 2 servicebatteries 12V – 140Ah
  • Battery circuit-breaker:
  • Service, under portside stern bench
  • Engine, under port side and starboard side stern bench
  • LED spotlights

Sails

  • 1 mainsail with definite roach, 56m² with batten
    set and, Lagoon logo
  • 1 Genoa on winch with anti-UV protection strip,
    28m²

Rigging

STANDING RIGGING

  • 15.69m anodised aluminium mast on coachroof (Air-draught 20.30m)
  • Double spreader rig
  • Anodised aluminium boom
  • 2 stay chains
  • 1 stay chain on transversal crossbeam

RUNNING RIGGING

  • 1 double-purchase mainsail halyard
  • 1 Genoa halyard
  • Mainsail sheet led back to helm with adjustment pulley and traveller on rigid Bimini
  • 2 Genoa sheets led back to helm on port side
  • 2 Genoa sheet travellers
  • 3 winches at helm opposite port stern side of coachroof.
  • 1 46.2ST winch for:
    – Mainsail halyard
    – Genoa halyard
    – Genaker/Spinnaker sheet(optional)
    – Genoa furlerwinch
    – Mainsail sheet
  • 1 46.2ST winch for:
    – Topping lift
    - port Genoa sheets
    – Reefing line 1 (auto)
    – Reefing line 2 (auto)
    – Reefing line 3 (auto)
  • 1 46.2ST winch for:
    – Starboard Genoa sheets
    -  port main traveller
    – Starboard main traveller
  • 1 fixed mainsail edge mooring
  • A lock on bridge for Genoa furler winch
  • 2 adjustable Lazy-Jacks at foot of mast
  • 2 winch handles with handle casing

Disclaimer
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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