2018 LAGOON 42

€475,000 tax not paid

Virtually new high-spec Lagoon 42

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelLagoon 42
DesignerVPLP Design and Nauta Design
Year2018
CategorySail
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price€475,000
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingAthens, Greece
Reference1767010

Specifications

LOA12.8m
LWL12.5m
Beam7.7m
Draft1.25m
Displacement12100kg
Engine2x Yanmar 4JH57 57hp
Engine Hours828
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity600l
Hull ConstructionGRP
Berths8
Cabins4
Drinking Water Capacity600l

Description

Great opportunity to have a virtually new boat with a large saving on the new price. Great spec. inc. 4-cabin, 4-ensuite heads, watermaker, generator, reverse cycle A/C, walnut interior, crew cabins, inverter, additional tankage, console tender+++

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

AURORA is still under her original ownership and although having been purchased to use partly for charter, the seller added many extras for their own pleasure and which many of her similar charter sisterships do not always benefit from. She will be available for handover from October 2019 and represents a great opportunity to secure a virtually new boat, without the wait for a new build and with a very respectable saving over her original invoice cost.

She enjoys stylish walnut interior joinery with Asburgo to the cabin sole, which adds a nice contemporary feel to the boat but otherwise, she has some great features such as; a generator, water maker, reverse cycle air conditioning, inverter, solar panels, cockpit refrigerator, teak cockpit sole, B & G electronics, two additional crew cabins, one located in each of the twin forepeaks. She has the popular 4-cabin, 4-en suite heads layout plus the very spacious combined saloon, galley and navigation area which these very popular boats are renowned for, fathead mainsail with a boom stack pack and lazy jacks along with a roller furling genoa, Code-0 on a furler (the sails are by North Sails), electric winch and anchor windlass for ease of handling. There is also the Highfield inflatable console tender with its Yamaha 15hp outboard motor which is easily launched and retreaved with the transom davits

Her inventory highlights are many and include:
• 4-cabin, 4-head interior layout.
• 2x additional crew cabins.
• Twin Yanmar 4JH57 diesel engines each producing 57hp
• 2x 3-bladed folding propellers.
• 2x Additional 140amp service batteries.
• Additional 300 litre fuel tank.
• Additional freshwater tank.
• 11Kva Generator.
• 120L/H Watermaker
• Gel batteries.
• Inverter.
• Solar panels.
• LED interior exterior and navigation lights.
• Reverse cycle air conditioning in all 4 sleeping cabins and the saloon.
• Electric mooring winch.
• Sound system with speakers to the saloon and cockpit.
• Refrigerator.
• Freezer.
• Built-in gas oven.
• Inset gas stove.
• Additional cupboards and draws to the galley.
• Pulpit seating.
• B & G 2019 Navigation package with Europe card.
• VHF radio.
• Deck wash sea water / freshwater pump.
• Shark brown interior upholstery.
• Additional sunbathing cushions with lifting back rests.
• Electric flush heads to all heads.
• Code-0 furling headsail with pole.
• Fathead mainsail.
• Boom stack pack with lazy jacks.
• Roller furling headsail.
• Cockpit enclosure with clears.
• Cockpit fridge.
• Optional teak cockpit table.
• Teak to the cockpit sole and the transom areas.
• Additional optional extra double berth to the saloon.
• Highfield 3.4m inflatable console tender with a Yamaha 15hp outboard engine.
• Electrically operated hydraulic passerelle.
• 12-person life rafts.
• Secondary anchor lockers.
• Electric anchor windlass with remote control.
• 2x anchors and chain.

YACHTING PRESS REVIEW:

The Lagoon 42 has been an industry (and now a consumer) favourite since it was launched. It was awarded the 2017 "Boat of the Year" by Cruising World in the "less than 50 feet catamaran" category, making this the fourth award for the Lagoon 42 in one year! We did a quick tour of the L42 again at the Miami boat show and were very impressed. Check out our video tour of the Lagoon 42 at the Strictly Sail Miami Boat Show at right.
The Lagoon 42 did not make it on “Our Top Five Cruising Catamarans Picks For 2016”, only because we had to make a choice in a very crowded field but we are really rethinking this decision. The L42 is a BIG and very comfortable catamaran for a 42-footer.
The cockpit is very spacious with nice seating and reclining areas all around. The scoops make for really easy boarding from the dinghy and act as great fishing platforms! The helm station is extremely comfortable with good visibility and the sail plan is set up for easy sail handling for a couple.
It really has all the elements for a great cruising catamaran. Furthermore, the price is excellent at around $500,000 for a fully loaded cruising catamaran with water maker, generator, air conditioners, dinghy, etc. Read our Lagoon 42 catamaran review.
Lagoon 42, Water Dragon, Sailing Report
Christopher, one of our readers and an owner of a Lagoon 42, “Water Dragon”, shared the video at left with us that features his “Water Dragon” testing the brand new Code 0 sail from North Sails in the Salish Sea just off UBC, North Arm of Fraser River and Wreck Beach, Vancouver, BC.. He says:
“… the trip from Seattle to Vancouver in the Lagoon 42. 44kts of wind with 14-foot waves at one point with boat going at 15kts with a reefed jib only while surfing (closer to 10-12kts average) and no main. It was still quite a comfortable ride. The next day was calmer. Sailing 8kts on a beam reach with 13-15kts wind, 6.5kts upwind at 50 degrees. We used the mainsail and jib. Doesn't go much higher than that efficiently. 9.5 kts motoring both engines at 2800rpm, but this was a lightly loaded boat.”
Sounds like some good catamaran sailing stats to us!
Article taken from Catamaranguru.com
MANUFACTURER’S HISTORY:

The creation of Lagoon in 1984, which was originally the direct extension of JTA (Jeanneau Technologies Avancees), Jeanneau’s “competition” department (Pierre ler, Fleury Michon, etc). Lagoon also answered to unusual requests, such as the construction of the trimarans for the film Waterworld. In 1987 a first generation of catamarans was born with the Lagoon 55, 47, 57, and 67: owners’ boats for offshore cruising.
The Beneteau Group took over the Jeanneau shipyards in 1996 and handed over the development of the Lagoon brand, a legacy of its acquisition to Construction Navale Bordeaux. The use of high-tech composite was implemented in the shipyard.

From 1997, Lagoon established its identity, building more and more spacious and comfortable boats, while enhancing construction methods. During that period, the Lagoon 380, 410, 440, 470, 500 and 570 were launched. Further enhancements and refinements came in 2004 with the Lagoon 440 – the first catamaran with a “gull wing shape” nacelle, and the first catamaran under 45 feet with a flybridge. An unparalleled worldwide production record in the 45-foot range with 423 units produced.

The Lagoon range has continued to advance through to the current day adopting new technologies such as hybrid diesel/electric propulsion where it sees a benefit to its customers and the wider environment. All-in-all, Lagoon catamarans must be one of the most successful brands of multihulls for customers wishing to enjoy luxurious living combined with excellent sailing performance.

Specification

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:
• Our understanding is that the vessel is CE certified for category A for up to 12 persons (unlimited ocean voyages).

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Polyester and high quality anti-osmotic resin.
• Hull and deck laminated by infusion.
• Balsa core hull, solid laminate under waterline, white gel coat.
• Balsa core bridge deck and deck.
• Laminated or glued marine plywood bulkheads.

Keel & Rudder:
• Twin sacrificial keels infused solid laminate
• Twin hung, foam sandwich fibreglass rudder blades with stainless steel rudder stock.
• Epoxy rudder stock tubes.
• Self-aligning upper and lower bearings.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
• 2x Yanmar 4JH57 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, naturally aspirated, vertical, water-cooled diesel engines each producing 57hp (114hp combined) at 3,000 rpm.
• Yanmar port and starboard engine rev counters each with a digital engine hour counter
• Direct injection with common rail system.
• Freshwater cooling by centrifugal water pump and rubber impeller sea water pump.
• Twin mechanical single lever throttle and gear control at the helm position.
• Air evacuation by 2x electrical extractors (output 300m3/h) with an intake on the transom.
• Soundproofed engine compartment with foam and accessed via separate hatches.

Engine Hours and Maintenance:
• Approximate engine hours – Portside: 828 hours as at June 2019, Starboard: 827 as at June 2019.
• Engines’ Oil, filers and belts changed – March 2019.

Propulsion & Steering:
• Fully hydraulic steering mechanism via cables and hydraulic jack.
• Stainless steel hide-covered wheel.
• Emergency steering.
• 2x 3-blade folding propellers.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
• 12vDC domestic system with 220vAC / 50hz system via shore-power, generator or inverter.
• Distribution panel at the chart table with circuit breakers.
• Ammeter, voltmeter, circuit breaker and panel lighting.

Battery Banks:
• 4x140Ah gel service batteries.
• 2x engine start batteries.
• Battery breaker in the engine compartments (just below the hatches).

Charging / Inverter:
• Automatic 40Amp battery charger.
• 2,500Va 12v/220v Inverter.
• 3x 120w flexible solar panels to the cabin roof.

Alternators:
• 2x 12vDC 25Amp engine mounted alternators.

Generator:
• Onan 11Kva 220v / 50Hz generator.

Generator Hours and Maintenance:
• Generator hours approximately 900 hours as at June 2019.
• Generator last serviced – February 2019.

Other Electrical:
• Shore-power supply
• 220vAC sockets and 12v sockets including USB sockets to the 4 sleeping cabins.

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
• Pressurised freshwater system with 12vDC high-pressure pump
• Hot water supplied via engine-driven calorifier or via 220vAC immersion heater element in well-insulated 40 litre hot water tank.
• Hot & cold pressurised water supply throughout including cockpit shower.

Water maker:
• Aquabase 220v 120L/H water maker.

Water maker Maintenance:
• Water maker last serviced – February 2019.
Bilge Pumps:
• 1x manual bilge pump operated from the cockpit (by hull).
• 1x automatic immersed bilge pump (by hull).
• 1x manual release non-immersed bilge pump (by hull).

TANKAGE

Fuel:
• 1x standard 300 litre tank plus an additional extra 1x 300 litre tank positioned on the port side under the aft cabin sole.
• Both tanks are aluminium with gauges at the DC panel.

Fresh Water:
• Standard 300 litre rotomoulded freshwater tank to the forward portside plus an additional extra 300 litre tank in the forward starboard side with gauges.

Holding Tanks:
• 4x 80 litre tanks (320 litre combined) one for each of the heads.

Grey Water:
• Shower and washbasins drain to a grey water tank and automatic pump.

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

At flybridge helm:
• B & G 2019 Navigation Package:
• B & G Zeus 12” display at the helm position providing the GPS chart plotter with Europe card, log and depth.
• B & G autopilot.
• B & G wind direction and speed.
• B & G Compass.
• Further Plastimo helming compass.

Communications Equipment:
• B & G V50 VHF with DSC at the chart table.

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
• Stainless steel built-in under counter gas oven.
• Single bowl stainless steel sink with hot and cold mixer tap plus a draining board.
• 100 litre freezer.
• Cockpit fridge.
• Galley fridge.

Heads:
• 4x electric flush marine heads.
• Hot & cold pressurised water supplies.
• Shower cubicles to both main aft cabins and shower areas to the forward main cabins.

Air Conditioning / Heating:
• Webasto 56,000 BTU Reverse cycle air conditioning with touchscreen controls in all 4 main sleeping cabins plus the saloon.

Entertainment:
• Fusion MS-RA70N sound system with speakers to the saloon and waterproof ones to the cockpit.

ACCOMMODATION


Summary of Accommodation:
• 4-Cabin, 4-en-suite interior layout with an additional crew cabin to each of the forepeaks.
• Sleeps 8 in the main cabins, a further optional double berth can be created in the saloon plus two further crew berths, so potential to sleep 12 in total.

Accommodation Finish:
• Interior joinery in Alpi Walnut veneer on plywood.
• Interior upholstery in Shark Brown.
• Grey work top to the galley area.
• Asburgo laminated covering to the cabin sole.
• Door to access to the cabins and heads with a flush threshold.
• Stainless steel handrail with leather cover.
• Stretched canvas covered ceiling to the ceiling in the saloon.
• Fabric covered forward saloon bulkhead.
• Fabric covered plywood ceiling the owner’s cabin.
• Polyester ceiling to owner’s heads.
• Polyester ceiling to the ceiling in the forward cabin.
• Fabric covered plywood ceiling to the aft cabin.
• Polyester ceiling to the forward and aft heads.
• Fabric covered plywood on the hull liners to the cabins.

Standing Headroom:
• Cockpit – 2.20m.
• Saloon – 2.00m.
• Forward Cabin – 2.00m.
• Aft Cabin – 1.90m.
• Heads – 1.90m.

Mattress and Upholstery:
• Marine mattresses made of multi-layer alveolar foam with several densities (tick. 130mm).
• Mattresses treatment: anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, non-allergenic, anti-dust mite.
• Standard upholstery as indicated on Lagoon sample book.
• Synthetic fabrics adapted to marine environment:
• Washable (40 degrees C).
• U.V. resistant.
• Water repellent, with anti-stain treatment.
• Blackout curtains to the cabins and saloon.

Lighting:
• 12v LED ceiling spotlights.
• 12v LED reading lights to the bedheads.
• 12v LED reading lights at the chart table.

Accommodation Layout from Forward:

Similar Forward Crew Cabin Located in each of the forepeaks:
• Single berth.
• Deck access/ventilation hatch.
• Shelving unit.
• Porthole.
• Escape hatch.

Portside Forward cabin:
• Double bed with front and lateral access (2.00m x 1.20m, 1.30m at the foot).
• 1x Under bed draw.
• 1x Wardrobe – inboard side.
• 1x Storage niche with shelf – inboard side.
• 1x Opening deck hatch with dorade box (T44 0 442 x 442mm).
• 1x Opening hull porthole (T34 – 347 x 171mm).
• 1x large hull fixed porthole in black PMMA (1,200 c 420mm).

Portside Forward En-Suite:
• Composite countertop.
• Washbasin with hot and cold mixer tap.
• High storage: 1x mirror, 2x niches.
• Low storage: 1x door, 2x shelves.
• Integrated shower.
• Electric marine flush heads.
• 1x Opening deck hatch with dorade box (T10 – 260 x 260mm).

Starboard Forward Cabin:
• Double bed with front and lateral access (2.00m x 1.20m, 1.30m at the foot).
• 1x Under bed draw.
• 1x Wardrobe – inboard side.
• 1x Storage niche with shelf – inboard side.
• 1x Opening deck hatch with dorade box (T44 0 442 x 442mm).
• 1x Opening hull porthole (T34 – 347 x 171mm).
• 1x large hull fixed porthole in black PMMA (1,200 c 420mm).

Starboard Forward En-Suite:
• Composite countertop.
• Washbasin with hot and cold mixer tap.
• High storage: 1x mirror, 2x niches.
• Low storage: 1x door, 2x shelves.
• Integrated shower.
• Electric marine flush heads.
• 1x Opening deck hatch with dorade box (T10 – 260 x 260mm).

Saloon:
• Main living area with:
• Sliding windows in aluminium, 3 casements, with door for the access to the cockpit (2,250 x 1,900mm) able to be locked in various positions.
• Curtains to main wrap around windows.
• Speakers for the Fusion sound system.
• Wooden saloon table with the optional extra of it being able to be converted into a double berth.
• 6x seats on an L-shaped sofa.
• 1x fixed bench, 2x seats in front of the L-shaped Sofa seating area.
• 3x Lockers under the bench (1x housing the optional reverse cycle air conditioning unit).
• Stainless steel pillar.
• 2x Opening portholes to the front saloon window (482 x 342mm).

Chart Table:
• Instrument console with panel finished in a titanium colour to install electronics – has the B & G V50 VHF radio, the Fusion MS-RA70N sound systems main control unit and the digital thermostatic control for the reverse cycle air conditioning to the saloon area.
• Chart table with a hinged lifting top to provide access to storage space. Pencil holder.
• Electric panel in the starboard companionway for controls for the; generator, water maker, AC, DC, converter controls.

Galley Area:
• Positioned to starboard.
• U-shaped Galley.
• Laminated compact grey coloured worktop.
• Stainless steel single bowl sink with mixer and adjoining drainer area.
• Cupboard housing the 25 Litre waste bin under the sink.
• 1x Cutlery drawer under the work top.
• Stainless under counter gas oven
• Stainless 3-burner gas stove inset to the work top.
• Storage niches under the stove.
• Low storage cupboards with shelves accessed from the saloon.
• Additional optional extra draws and cupboards to provide additional storage space.
• Open storage next to the entry.
• High storage cupboards.

On Portside:
• Low cupboard with:
- Open storage.
- 1x 130 litre fridge.
- 1x freezer.
- High storage cupboards.

Aft Cabins accessed via stairs to each side of the saloon area:

Portside Aft Cabin:
• Double bed with front and lateral access (2,05m x 1.80m)
• 2x Bed nightstands.
• 1x underbed drawer.
• 1x wardrobe – inboard side.
• 1x Storage cupboard – inboard side.
• 1x opening deck hatch with dorade box (T44 – 442 x 442mm).
• 1x Opening porthole (T34 – 347 x 171mm).
• 1x Large hull fixed window in black PMMA overlooking the aft. (230 x 1,400mm).
• 1x Opening hull porthole overlooking the aft above the fixed window (347 x 171mm).

Portside Aft Cabin En-Suite:
• Composite countertop.
• Washbasin with hot and cold mixer tap.
• High Storage : 1x shelf, 1x mirror, 2x niches.
• Low storage: 1x door, 2x shelves.
• Separate shower cubicle with Plexiglass door.
• Electric flush marine heads.
• 1x Opening deck hatch with dorade box (T10 – 260 x 260mm).

Starboard Aft Cabin:
• Double bed with front and lateral access (2,05m x 1.80m)
• 2x Bed nightstands.
• 1x underbed drawer.
• 1x wardrobe – inboard side.
• 1x opening deck hatch with dorade box (T44 – 442 x 442mm).
• 1x Opening porthole (T34 – 347 x 171mm).
• 1x Large hull fixed window in black PMMA. (1,200 x 420mm).
• 1x hull fixed window in black PMMA overlooking the aft (230 x 1,400mm)
• 1x Opening hull porthole overlooking the aft above the fixed window (347 x 171mm).

Starboard Aft Cabin En-Suite:
• Composite countertop.
• Washbasin with hot and cold mixer tap.
• High Storage : 1x shelf, 1x mirror, 2x niches.
• Low storage: 1x door, 2x shelves.
• Separate shower cubicle with Plexiglass door.
• Electric flush marine heads.
• 1x Opening deck hatch with dorade box (T10 – 260 x 260mm).

DECK EQUIPMENT


Rig:
• Anodised aluminium mast mounted to the saloon roof, main sail track and ball-bearing cars.
• 1x pair of swept back mast spreaders + diamond.
• Anodised aluminium boom.
• 2x encased shrouds.
• 1x Forestay with roller furler.
• Self-tacking jib sheet track mounted on the saloon roof forward of the mast.
• Deck light on the mast.
• Code-0 furler with bowsprit.
• Radar reflector mounted on the shrouds.
• German mainsheet system with the mainsheet track mounted on the cockpit fixed bimini.
• Range of jammers to the saloon roof.

Winches:
• 1x Harken 46.2 manual winche close to the helm position.
• 1x Harken 46.2 electric winch close to the helm position.
• 1x Harkin 46.2STAEH electric mooring winch located in the cockpit on the starboard side.

Navigation Lights:
• Navigation lights to each of the bows and on the back of the cabin roof.

Sails (by North Sails):
• Fathead dacron mainsail with three reefs with a stack pack and lazy jacks.
• Dacron roller furler jib sail.
• North Sails Norlin 250 + 10% 78sq. m Code-0 in Mylar black on a furler with a bowsprit.

General:
• Stainless steel guard wire stanchions.
• Stainless steel bow pulpits with teak slatted seats.
• Helming seat with dark grey cushions.
• Stainless steel davits for tender.
• Additional aft cockpit seating.
• Optional extra teak cockpit table.
• Large structural biminis above cockpit and helm station.
• Bathing ladder to the starboard hull transom.
• Electrically operated hydraulic passarelle with removable handrail.
• Cockpit shower.
• Stainless steel stern pushpits.
• Transom recess for the life raft to be stored in.

Anchoring & Mooring:
• 12vDC electric Lewmar 1500 reversing anchor windlass.
• 20kg/ 44Ibs anchor with 75m of chain and 20m of anchor warp.
• Mooring cleats.
• Warps and fenders.

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
• Aft Cockpit cushions in Dark Grey colour.
• Sunlounging Area cushions with lifting back rests in a Dark Grey colour for being on the roof.
• Cockpit table cover.
• Cockpit enclosure covers in Graphite colour fitted with clears and matching material to create the windscreen for the helm position.
• Mainsail boom stack pack cover in Graphite colour with lazy jacks.
• White coloured covers for the horseshoe life buoys when mounted on the aft pushpits.

Tender & Outboard:
• Highfield 3.4m console inflatable tender with a Yamaha 15hp outboard motor.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.

• 12-person life raft – last serviced in April 2019 and not dur another one until April 2020.
• Epirb.
• 13x Adult lifejackets.
• 2x Children’s lifejackets.
• 12x Lifelines.
• Smoke flares and rocket flares.
• Fire extinguishers.

Viewing arrangements

Lying: Nr. Athens Greece but with some charters booked for this season, so please contact Grabau International for her current location.

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: James McNeil – Grabau International (UK)
Tel: +44 (0)7979 907210
Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com

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