Modern Lagoon model, Original owner, upgraded for Pacific Northwest cruising with Diesel Heat, Full Enclosure & More! Twin Yanmar SD fuel efficient engines - cruise at 8 kts with less than 2 gal/ hr fuel burn!!
Cruising Catamarans in the PNW equipped and ready to cruise here are rare. Many original owners cruise their boats south and they never return. If you are ready to cruise the PNW with incredible stability and NO HEEL along with large platform indoor/ outdoor living - now is your chance!
Featuring a huge salon & galley "up" with loads of light and great 360 views along with a complete owner suite in the starboard side hull and 2 nice guest cabins in the port side hull.
Don't miss this rare opportunity. Call today to schedule a time to view this fantastic PNW Cruising Catamaran!
Please contact Dan Krier at 206-323-2405
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 39 ft 3 in
Beam: 23 ft 9 in
LWL: 37 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 22817 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (79 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (106 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3
The Lagoon 400 has an incredible living area with huge salon in the "up" position with views out and lot of light in. Large L-shaped sette, Nav station, and Big L-galley with loads of space fit nicely in this "up" salon area.
Below to starboard is the owners sutie, large queen berth, lots of lockers and drawers and head with separate shower fwd. Included is a privacy door to make this a true owners getaway with guests aboard.
Below to port are 2 nice guest cabins and 2 additional heads.
Webasto DBW2010 diesel fired circulating hydronic heat system
Maximum light in saloon and cabins.
Ventilation adapted to each area of the boat.
More stowage spaces in owner's cabin.
Saloon design inspired by the success of the Lagoons 420 and 440 where the galley is between the salon and the cockpit.
Unusual concept in the forward cabin(s) where the double bed can be converted into twin beds.
Shower curtain in the washrooms.
Huge L-galley with inside/ outside access from cockpit to salon
Eno 3-burner propane cooktop
Separate propane oven
2 x Vitrifrigo 12VDC refrigerator
Lots of counter space
Deep SS Sinks (3)
(4) Full River 12-210 AGM House Batteries
(2) Optima Grp 27 start batteries
2 x Cristec 40 Amp Battery Chargers
2 x 80A alternators (1 on each engine)
110v Shorpower and 110v outlets throughout
2 12 volt outlets
Raymarine C120W Hybrid Touch chartplotter at Helm
Raymarine 4kW digital radar on mast
Raymarine ST70 Multi at Helm (Wind, Speed, Depth Transducers)
Raymarine ST70 Autopilot at Helm
Raymarine AP handheld remote
Raymarine ST70 Multi at nav station
Raymarine Ray 55 VHF at nav station
Kenwood KDCBT848U stereo
Sails & Rigging
Full Battened Mainsail
Stack pack type lazy bag & lazy jacks
Harken 46ST electric halyard winch
Harken 46ST mainsheet winch
2 Harken 46ST genoa winches
Full Cockpit enclosure - NEW 2015!
Dodger - NEW 2015!
Manual dinghy davits at stern with Harken 40ST winch
Walker Bay Genesis 310
Honda 15 HP outboard
Quick 1000 watt vertical type anchor windlass
Delta Fast Set anchor w 3/8”chain and 3/4” line.
300’ shoreline on reel
Fortress FX37 spare anchor
High bilge water alarm system
Hard top bimini in line with the cabin top for a better protection from the sun (streamlined, more aesthetic).
Easier to move around the stern, offering more shelter.
Easier access to the dinghy via the transoms
Flush deck hatches.
Moving around more safely (no step exceeds 220 mm).
Open cockpit for socializing.
Direct communication between cockpit and galley.
All controls brought back to the helm station.
Manufacturer Provided Description
Balance in design is the keyword: - Balance between volume and performance, - Saloon and cockpit, - Cabins and washrooms, - Accommodation and deck spaces. Also the harmony of soft lines reminiscent of the Lagoon 410's simplicity and inspired by the Lagoon 620's charm and elegance.
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.