TABULA RASA | 2005 Lagoon 570

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

About

This 2005 Lagoon 570 presents a versatile option for long-range family cruising or luxurious crewed charter experiences. Its classic nautical aesthetic, accentuated by dark blue hulls, lends it a timeless appeal that has even caught the eye of industry leaders, having been chartered multiple times by Nautica Clothing for content creation and photo shoots.

This vessel features 5 air-conditioned cabins, each complete with its own hot/cold shower and electric toilet, ensuring all guests' comfort and convenience. The master cabin boasts a king bed, 3 cabins offer queen beds, and one provides a twin bed option.

In addition to its spacious accommodations, the cockpit boasts a folding table comfortably seating 8, often accommodating up to 10 guests. Meanwhile, the saloon provides further dining space with a table seating 6, complemented by a large couch, coffee table, 40” flat screen TV, and nav station.

The well-appointed galley has a 4-burner propane stove, gas oven, LG Microwave, and a new (2023) 12-volt refrigerator and freezer. Furthermore, it comes fully stocked with cooking utensils, cutlery, and dinnerware to cater to a party of 10.

This vessel offers comfort and functionality, making it an ideal choice for both family adventures and upscale charter experiences.

Specifications

  • Length: 57ft
  • Beam: 30' 0"
  • Draft: 4' 6"
  • Year: 2005
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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SPECS

  • Designer: Van Peteghem & Lauriot Prévost
  • Keel: Fin Keel

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 56.42 ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 6"
  • Beam Measure: 30' 0"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 150
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Year Built: 2005
  • Engine Model: 4JH4 + SD60 (2021)
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 75 hp

  • Total Power: 150
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Year Built: 2005
  • Engine Model: 4JH4 + SD60 (2021)
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 75 hp

TANKS

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (198 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (198 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Number of cabins: 5
  • Number of heads: 5

570 Lagoon

The boat is powered by two Yanmar 75 hp diesel engines with upgraded SD60 sail drives (in 2021).  Sails were replaced in 2019 with Doyle Dacron sails, including a fully-battened mainsail, furling genoa, and a furling staysail (currently stored in forepeak).  The tender is a 13 ft AB Inflatables with an electric start and hydraulically trimmed 40 hp Yamaha (new in 2021).  A 12kw Northern Lights generator (new in 2019) provides electric power to the 110-volt AC panel, 240 volt AC panel, as well as 2 Mastervolt chargers that keep the house batteries charged for the 12-volt devices including winches, anchor windlass, navigation equipment, autopilot, underwater lights, and bilges.

The boat is set up for long-distance cruising.  It has a Rainman 40-gallon/hour watermaker, as well as a Raymarine electronics package that includes a large chart plotter with radar overlay and map database, autopilot, depth transponder, and radar dome.  The boat is equipped with two 30 lb propane tanks for the 4-burner stove and gas oven.  There is also a Webber propane grill mounted at the stern for grilling at anchor or under sail.  Redundant communications for offshore cruising including Starlink Internet (2024), Iridium Go! Satellite modem, GPS tracker, automatic EPIRB, and of course life vests, and safety equipment.  The hulls were also reinforced at the lift points so that it could be hauled out on a travel trailer (instead of just a travel lift with slings), thus giving many more options for cruising destinations and maintenance.

The vessel comes fully equipped with an extensive array of toys and recreational equipment to enhance your onboard experience. Among the offerings are:

  • 8 scuba tanks along with 3 sets of BC/regulators, dive lights, and weights, ensuring ample opportunities for underwater exploration.
  •  2 standup paddle boards for serene paddling adventures along the water’s surface.
  • A wakeboard for exhilarating rides and water sports enthusiasts.
  • A sports tube designed to be towed behind the tender, adding an extra element of excitement for thrill-seekers.
  • A golf kit complete with floating balls, catering to golf enthusiasts who wish to practice their swing while enjoying the stunning surroundings.
  • A large inflatable mattress perfect for lounging behind the boat at anchor, providing a comfortable and relaxing space to soak in the sun and enjoy the tranquil ambiance of your surroundings.

The Lagoon 570 was the last model to be produced at the CNB boatyard in France, which is known for building some of the best racing yachts.  It is also considered the last true sailing boat from Lagoon.  It will sail at 9 knots with a beam wind of about 12 to 14 knots.  As the winds climb into the low 20s, the boat will fly along at 12 to 14 knots, and the current owner got her going 17.5 knots on a recent passage.

You could buy a new boat for 3 times as much and it won’t need as much maintenance or upgrades within the first few years.  But it will lose several hundred thousand dollars in value just from depreciation.  A boat like this 2005 Lagoon 570 will naturally require more maintenance, but it’s already at the bottom of its depreciation curve.  So as long as you maintain it and make regular upgrades, the boat should hold its value well.

This meticulously maintained vessel is truly turnkey, with US registration and standing ready for immediate embarkation. Currently owned by experienced sailors who have spent several years cruising the Caribbean, the boat remains actively in use.

In recent months, the owners have embarked on an extensive journey, sailing from Bonaire to Punta Cana, onwards to Turks & Caicos, the Bahamas, and now en route to Fort Lauderdale. This journey underscores the vessel’s seaworthiness and reliability, as it continues to navigate diverse waters with ease.

With a proven track record of extensive cruising and exploration, this boat presents a rare opportunity for adventurous sailors seeking a vessel ready to embark on new journeys and create unforgettable memories on the open seas.

Engine & Mechanical

  • 2 x Yanmar 4JH4 diesel engines with SD60 sail drives
  • 12 kW genset Northern Lights
  • 2 x electric water heaters, as well as hot water from the Diesel engine cooling system
  • 2 x 100 gal diesel tanks
  • 2 x 132 gal fresh water tanks
  • Black water holding tank with pump-out
  • Manual and electric bilge pumps

Flag & Measurements

  • US-flagged and US-owned
  • 56.5 feet length; 30-foot beam; 4’7” draft
  • Displacement 33,025 lbs

Electronics

  • Raymarine electronics package including chart plotter with radar overlay and map database; autopilot (EV-400); depth transponder, wind instruments, and displays; radar dome (RD4187 HD)
  • Latest Explorer Charts for the Bahamas
  • VHF radios and handhelds
  • Satellite communications and internet
  • GPS tracking device
  • 40” LDC TV
  • Shore power cable (new)

Rigging

  • Fully battened Dacron double-ply mainsail (1119 sqft), with epoxy/glass extruded full-length battens mounted on roller bearing cars for easy sail handling (triple-sewn seams, aluminum reinforced headboard, 3 reef points)
  • Double-ply Dacron furling genoa (732 sqft) with reinforced leech and UV protection 
  • Double-ply self-tacking Dacron furling staysail (280 sqft) with reinforced leech and UV protection (currently not installed)
  • Doyle stack pack with lazy jacks

Exterior

  • 2 x Harken electric winches (one at mast and another at traveller / davit)
  • 6 Harken manual winches
  • 1200W Lofrans Electric windlass
  • Dual helm
  • Aftermarket hard Bimini over the cockpit
  • 2 x fishing rod holders
  • Cockpit table that seats 8
  • Cockpit bench and liquor bar
  • Freshwater deck wash down with 100’ non-kink hose
  • Large fenders and lots of 1” dock lines
  • Bosuns chair
  • Swim ladder

Interior

  • 5-Cabin version w/ 5 electric heads and hot/cold showers
  • Nav station 
  • Saloon couch and cocktail table
  • The saloon table seats 6
  • Hot/cold shower in 5 cabins and 2 hot/cold showers at the stern
  • 12.7 cubic foot 12v freezer/refrigerator
  • 4-burner propane stove
  • Propane oven
  • LG microwave
  • Double basin stainless steel sink in galley
  • Dishwasher 
  • Weber propane grill
  • Fully stocked with plates, glasses, cutlery, cooking utensils, coffee machine, etc
  • 5 air conditioners, including gauges and refrigerant tank for self-servicing
  • 5 Jabsco electric toilets

Safety

  • Fire extinguishers throughout the boat (inspected Feb 2024)
  • Life preservers (inflatable & non-inflatable types)
  • EPIRB / flares/survival equipment / medical kit
  • Safety harness

 

Upgrades October 2019-Current

EXTERIOR

  • Dark blue hull paint
  • Fresh bottom paint every year (latest in Nov 2023)
  • Exterior upholstery 
  • Cockpit rain/shade side curtains
  • 4 x LED underwater lights
  • New trampolines
  • 105lb Mantus 2 anchor (new 2024) with more than 200 feet of chain
  • 12.7 cubic foot 12v refrigerator/freezer
  • 8’ x 8’ inflatable float mat
  • Stripped/painted longeron and forward crossbeam
  • Replaced teak at helm stations
  • Marine-grade bean bag chairs
  • Weber propane grill
  • Tools and lots of spares (filters, sail hardware, plumbing, electrical, bilge pumps)
  • Fishing equipment
  • Lots of long, heavy non-chafing mooring lines for foul weather protection
  • Spare anchor and anchor rope
  • Stanchion rack for standup paddle boards
  • Stanchion racks for 8 scuba tanks
  • Rollers for sliding glass door

 

ENGINE & MECHANICAL

  • 12 kW Northern Lights generator
  • Modification to generator to eliminate engine-mounted water pump with high volume electric water pump at thru-hull (no impeller failures or lost pump priming issues)
  • Mastervolt battery chargers
  • Rainman high output 40 gal/hr watermaker
  • SD60 sail drives (2021)
  • Shore power cable
  • Replaced freshwater pumps
  • High-pressure pump for deck wash-down
  • Steering cables, bearings, and sheaves
  • Rudder bearings
  • Many thru hulls and valves are new
  • Strainers on raw water intakes
  • 2 macerator toilet pumps 2023
  • Fresh water pumps
  • Hull and bulkhead reinforcements so that boats can be hauled out not only with sling travel lifts but also hydraulic lift trailers. 

 

TENDER & TOYS

  • 8 scuba tanks, 4 BCDs, 2 sets of regulators, lots of masks/fins
  • 2 inflatable standup paddle boards
  • Inflatable sports tube for pulling behind dinghy
  • Wakeboard
  • Electrical winch for traveler and dinghy davit
  • 2021 13’ AB dinghy with 40 hp Yamaha electric start

 

ELECTRONIC

  • Iridium GO! Satellite modem
  • YB3i GPS tracking device
  • Starlink high-speed satellite internet
  • Navigation lights/mast lights

 

RIGGING

  • Staysail, Genoa, Mainsail
  • Stack pack and lazy jacks
  • Main halyard

 

INTERIOR

  • New faucets in all bathrooms
  • 40” Sony LCD TV
  • JBL waterproof portable speaker boom box
  • Vacuum cleaner, pressure washer, and a large supply of cleaning products
  • Large Keurig coffee machine with a milk foamer

 

SAFETY

    • 2 x marine binoculars

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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

The Multihull Company is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel but may be listed with another brokerage company.

 

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