Guiding Light | 1997 Lagoon 410

Shelter Bay Marina, PA

Guiding Light | Lagoon 410 41ft

US$ 175,000

Shelter Bay Marina, PA

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Caroline Laviolette

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Cast off your lines and go cruising in some of the world's best cruising grounds with a well-designed Lagoon 410 catamaran for sale!

"Guiding Light" has been lovingly cared for, maintained and upgraded by the same owner for the last fourteen years. She is very well equipped for long range cruising, live aboard or charter. Her nearly new engines and sail drives have 1340 and 1343 hours respectively. Guiding Light is self sufficient and meets its power needs using solar power and has heavy duty alternators to provide redundant charging for the house and starting batteries. Additionally, there is an after market 2KW gasoline generator to provide redundant charging capacity.

The 4 Cabin, 3 head layout promotes comfort for owner use and charters alike. A fourth head was converted to a stand up shower, to maximize comfort. A four-gallon hot water tank for the shower is heated exclusively by solar. There is also a single fore peak storage area on port with a large hatch to accommodate bicycles. The starboard forepeak can be configured to offer a single berth and head.

Refrigeration:

An extra large top-loading freezer and large front loading refrigerator provide extraordinary refrigeration capacity. Both of the compressors have been replaced recently. One large igloo marine cooler with cushion augments cold storage. A new Force 10 three burner stove and oven augments a well-equipped galley to delight the chef.

Sails:

The fully battened 9.88 ounce Dacron main has five battens. There is a furling 8.03 ounce Dacron jib with SPF protection. Both sails were replaced in 2015 and are in excellent shape. The Parasail spinnaker, shown in the gallery, is in excellent condition as well. Raising the main isa breeze with two 18-volt wrenches to power the two 44 Lewmar winches and the Lewmar 48 winch.

Engines:The engines are 29 HP Yanmar diesels and have 1340 and 1343 hours respectively. The engines and the SD25 sail drives were new in 2018.

Range under power with both engines is 300 to 350 NM, that is increased to over 700 NM range using one engine. The engines consume 1/2 gallon per hour per side at 2500 RPM producing 6.5-7.5 knots. Consistently averages 7.5 to 8 knots under sail.

Electronics:One tablet with Navionics is used for navigation. Raymarine sailing instruments include depth/speed, and wind. An existing Raymarine autopilot helps with the steering and there is a new Raymarine EV-400 aboard and ready to be installed. Watchmate AIS transceiver enhances safety.There are three ICOM VHF Marine radios, two handhelds and one fixed mount radio at the navigation station.The navigation station has been beautifully redone.

Cruising Comfort: A water maker keeps the freshwater tanks full. Solar provides 765 Watts of power. The sixlifeline AGM batteries were new in 2019 and provide 900 amp hours of 12V power. A 1800 watt inverter supplies sufficient AC power, Gauges include a Fireboy propane monitor, and a Link 10 battery monitor. There is a full set of linens and spares. She is equipped with composting heads.

Tankage: 26 gallons of diesel per side, a 100-gallon water tank, three 10lb aluminum propane tanks.

Water Toys: A 201412 FTCarib dingy w/ 25 HP four stroke, fuel injected Tohatsu (electric start kit included, but not installed). There are also 2 inflatable SUPs, a folding kayak, a towable tube and a sub-wing. There is an inflatable 6'x10' WOW mat and 8 sets of snorkel gear. The fishing gear includes two trolling rods, a light casting rod, two pole spears, a lobster snare, and assorted lures, leaders and tools.

Maintenance and Upgrades:There are many tools, engine spares, maintenance logs, binders with original documentation and manuals. Since 2009, the owner has replaced the cockpit hardtop cover, sails, cargo nets, dinghy, all hatches with shades and screens added, all running rigging, solar panels, mattresses, compressors for the refrigerator and freezer, shower, toilets, new faucets in heads and galley, salon cushions, engines & sail drives, thru hulls, bilge pumps, woodwork, water maker, rudder arms, new windlass with wireless remote w/spare and more.

Safety Gear: Includes an EPIRB, life raft, flares, dye, smoke, strobes and more are compiled into a ditch bag prior to departing the dock. Ground tackle includes a 33 kg (73 LB) Rocna anchor with swivel, 200' of G4 3/8' chain and a 66 LB Mantus with swivel 100' G4 3/8" chain, as well as 250' nylon 1" braided line.

Specifications

  • Length: 41ft
  • Beam: 23' 6"
  • Draft: 4' 0"
  • Year: 1997
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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SPECS

  • Designer: M. Van Pethegem - V. Lauriot-Prevost

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 41 ft
  • Length Waterline: 36.42 ft ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 0"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 64' 6"
  • Beam Measure: 23' 6"
  • Range Measure: 402.77 mi

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 118
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3YM30AE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1340
  • Engine Power: 29 hp

  • Total Power: 118
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3YM30AE
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1343
  • Engine Power: 89 hp

TANKS

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (26 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (26 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of heads: 3

Manufacturer Provided Description

Conceived to meet the highest standards, the Lagoon 410 is innovative while maintaining the traditions of the Lagoon line from which it springs. Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost have optimized the Lagoon 410’s performance while providing two, three or four private bathrooms. The standard model includes four cabins and two large bathrooms. The vast galley – living area, which opens directly to the cockpit through a wide sliding door, maintains the characteristic Lagoon conviviality with a 360-degree vista. The cockpit, well protected by the roof, is the focal point for exterior activities. The port side directly accesses the sea, while the starboard-side table can seat up to ten. The placement of the helm station at the coach roof provides a wider view and, by freeing up the rear cockpit, provides more space. In the front, the transverse net provides a choice, secure location for communing with the sea and the dolphins.

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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