Foxy Lady | 2011 Lagoon 620

Tortola, VG

Foxy Lady | Lagoon 620 62ft

US $1,200,000

Tortola, VG



  • Length: 62ft
  • Beam: 32' 9"
  • Draft: 5' 0"
  • Year: 2011
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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  • Designer: Marc Van Peteghem-Vincent Lauriot Prévost
  • Keel: Other


  • Length Overall: 62 ft
  • Max Draft: 5' 0"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 101' 9"
  • Beam Measure: 32' 9"


  • Total Power: 300
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2011
  • Engine Model: D3
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 5832
  • Engine Power: 150 hp

  • Total Power: 300
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2011
  • Engine Model: D3
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 5593
  • Engine Power: 150 hp


  • Number of heads: 5

Yacht Inventory and Technical Systems


  • Five cabin layout: 4 double berths, 2 single berths (bunks)
  • 5 heads with vanity, wash basin, toilet and shower
  • 5 Tecma Freshwater flush electric toilets
  • Upholstered bunks, headboards and settees 
  • Ample cabin storage: Hanging lockers, drawers and cabinets
  • Deck hatch in each cabin with mosquito screen and blinds
  • Teak non-skid on bathroom floors and in shower stalls
  • Electric shower sumps 
  • Open design transition between salon and cockpit through sliding glass doors
  • 4 hatches in salon provide ample ventilation
  • Complete salon curtain set
  • Panoramic windows in salon
  • 2 coffee tables in salon convert into a large dining table with telescopic legs
  • Nav station with chart plotter, instrument repeaters and VHF radio
  • Joystick controls at nav desk
  • Port forepeak built out as crew cabin with A/C lights, shelving and storage
  • Starboard forepeak is dedicated to storage 



  • Flybridge Access from Cockpit via Teak Stairway on Stainless Frame with Access Closing System
  • Flybridge in Teak
  • 2 Helm Stations each with 3’7” Wheels and Compasses
  • Engine Throttles, Control Panels and Windlass Control at Both Stations
  • Cushions for all Settees and Backrests
  • Large Settee Across Entire Width of the Bridge
  • “L” Shaped additional Settee
  • Custom sunshade runs from bimini forward to mast
  • All Lines led to Forward Part of the Bridge
  • 4 Line Storage Compartments
  • Recessed Sun Lounging Area aft of Mast
  • Flybridge Refrigerator


Mechanical Equipment

  • 2-Volvo D3-150hp diesel engines 3,000RPM with controls and panels at both port and starboard helm stations and in salon  (Port: 5832 hrs, Stbd: 5593 hrs)
  • Conventional, Straight Stainless Steel Prop Shafts with “P” Brackets
  • 2-Gori 3-blade Folding Props
  • Engine Access From Large Deck Hatches with Stainless Gas Struts on the hatches
  • Ventilation System; Natural and Forced Extraction
  • 3-Chiller Dometic 84,000 BTU A/C System 
  • Raw water sea strainers
  • Two electric centrifugal pumps in engine compartments 
  • Jabsco Water Puppy vane pumps in each hull
  • Manual diaphragm pumps in each hull 
  • Emergency tillers on each engine
  • Hydraulic steering system with twin wheels in flybridge
  • Dedicated Raycor fuel/water separators for each engine, generator

Electrical Systems

AC System

  • Northern Lights Generator M844LW3, 16kW,  17,334 hrs (as of 2/13/23)
  • Onan 11 MDKBN Generator, 11 KVH    11,690 hrs (as of 2/13/23)
  • Power Inverter 220V 4000kW, Master Volt/Inverter 220V 4000kW
  • 12/24/220 V Systems Sinergex Pur Sine 110V 3000W
  • Shore Power 
  • 1 x 24V MasterVolt Battery Charge Master 
  • 1 x 12V MasterVolt Battery Charge Master

DC Systems

24V Circuit

    •     24V 420AH Gel Service Battery Bank  
    •     24V Electrical Panel with Mastervolt Battery Bank Monitor
    •     Breaker Box for the 24V System

12V Circuit

    •     1 x 12V 50AH Engine Starting Battery per Engine
    •     2 Engine Driven 140AH 12V Mastervolt Alternators
    •     1 x 12V 50 ah Generator Start Battery


Sails and Rigging

    •     Bannar Furling Genoa
    •     Bannar Furling Staysail
    •     Square Top, Fully Battened Hydranet Mainsail
    •     Hydranet Storm Jib
    •     Mast in White Lacquered Aluminum
    •     Boom in White Coated Carbon Fiber
    •     FRP Longitudinal Crossbeam
    •     Aluminum Transversal Crossbeam
    •     Adjustable Lazy-Jacks with Spreaders
    •     1 Double Purchase Spectra mainsail Halyard
    •     1 Spectra Genoa Halyard  w/ Tension Adjustment Track at Base of the     Mast
    •     1 Spectra Staysail Halyard w/ Tension Adjustment Tract at Base of the       Mast
    •     1 Boom Topping Lift
    •     3 Reefing Lines
    •     Genoa Sheets
    •     4 x 80.2 Harken Electric Winches for Halyards and Sheets



  • Samsung Side by Side refrigerator, freezer combo with Ice maker and water dispenser in door (394 L)
  • 3 x Dometic Free Standing Chest Refrigerator/Freezer Units (220V)
  • Bosch 5-burner Propane Stove with Vardi Oven and electric hood
  • Panasonic Microwave
  • Isolated Propane Storage locker (vented) 
  • Sea Recovery Aquamatic 76 GPH
  • Miel  Vented Dryer 
  • Miel Washer
  • Cockpit Ice Maker
  • Assorted dishware, cutlery, glassware and cookware
  • Ample storage space
  • 2 x Yeti Tundra 45 Coolers



  • E-PLEX Integrated Electronic Systems Controller
  • 2 x Raymarine E-Series+ Chartplotters w/ Raymarine ST70 GPS
  • Raymarine ST70 Autopilot with display at helm
  • Raymarine ST70 wind, speed and depth display with 6 multifunction instrument repeaters
  • Raymarine ST70 VHF
  • 2 x Handheld VHFs
  • KVH Satellite communications: TV/Phone/Internet (by subscription)
  • Bose Speakers: 2-interior, 2-exterior (waterproof)
  • VHF Antenna
  • 2 Samsung flatscreen televisions



Deck Equipment

  • 2018 16’ AB Inflatable Center Console Dinghy (Aluminum hull)
  • 70HP Yamaha 4-stroke outboard engine on tender
  • Aluminum davits with hydraulic lift
  • Hydraulic passarelle with teak 
  • Chain Lockers to Port and Starboard of Windlasses
  • 4 Deck Lockers 
  • Composite Longitudinal Compression Beam Including Anchor Chain Run, Forestay Chin Plate, Staysail and Gennaker Tack Plates
  • Stainless Steel Swim Ladder with teak steps on STBD scoop
  • Stanchion-Mounted Stainless Steel Propane Grill
  • Cockpit Showers STBD and PORT aft
  • Bow Pulpits with built in, Teak Seats
  • 2’9” Lifeline Stanchions with Double Lifelines
  • 1 Boarding Gate on Either Side of the Yacht
  • Teak Toe Rails
  • Additional 2’ added to sugar scoops, flush with waterline

Ground Tackle

  • Primary Anchor: Delta 75kg w/ 300’ 14 mm chain
  • Secondary Anchors: Fortress FX-37, Rocna 20kg, Bruce 19kg
  • Lewmar Vertical Spindle electric Windlasses
  • Second, Lewmar V-6 Windlass with 300’ chain for Starboard Anchor
  • Snorkel gear and Custom Storage deck-mounted bags

Safety Gear

  • Inflatable PFDs with current certificates
  • Fire Suppression system in each engine room and generator room
  • 2 Horseshoe Throw buoys
  • Flashing Danbuoy mounted on aft stanchion
  • Noisemaker
  • Flares
  • Heaving line 
  • 6 Dry Chemical Fire extinguishers
  • 6 pax Life Raft
  • 8 pax Life Raft
  • 406 MHz EPIRB
  • Extensive first aid/ medical kits with AED and Oxygen


  • 4-64 gal Freshwater tanks
  • 2-172 gal Diesel tanks
  • 4 x Propane tanks with dedicated locker and electric shutoff solenoid
  • 2-18 gal holding tanks
  • 2- 17 gal 220 V Electric water heater
  • 3 x FW pumps, including deck wash

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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