Lagoon - “Destiny ”

Lagoon - “Destiny ”

This attractive Lagoon is every skippers' pleasure to sail.
Constructed by Jeanneau Techniques Avancees and modified from sailboat racing technology by designers Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost, this yacht is much sought after, as it intertwines satisfactory performance and luxurious comfort. A strong and dependable safety esteemed vessel, registers this Lagoon a champion by her own rite.

Her very spacious cockpit and saloon flows easily into one another, welcoming both leisure and entertainment in an expansive solace that can hold a total of 20 people comfortably. She has excellent airflow throughout and great visibility all round not to mention lots of storage for recreational gear and equipment. Her five cabins all have, a settee, bookshelf and en-suite head, shower and face basin.

The Lagoon 55 is rigged for single handed sailing. She is the dream of every yachtsman, whether for personal use or charter, she will not disappoint.

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LOA: 55'
TYPE: Lagoon
YEAR: 1989
USD: $475,000
LYING: Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
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Managing Broker
Gordon Forbes

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information


Builder: JeanneauDesigner: Van Peteghem & Lauriot Prevost


LOA: 55'Beam: 30'2"Draft: 3'11"
Ballast: None


Engine(s): Two NEW YanmarsEngine(s) HP: 54hpEngine Model: 4J5E


Fuel: 300 GalsWater: 180 Gals


The main saloon is on the bridge deck with accommodation in the port and starboard hulls. 
The saloon is outfitted with 2 teak folding tables and turquoise vinyl upholstery seating. The navigation station is located in the port hull and the galley in the starboard hull. The vessel has a fore berth and aft berth in each hull inclusive of a pilot berth in the port hull. Sleeping accommodation is provided for 10 persons. Each cabin is outfitted with a bookshelf, settee, and an en-suite head and shower. 

Galley Equipment
Adequate storage lockers and counter space 
  • Sink: Double stainless steel
  • Stove: Princess 3 burner propane counter top stove
  • Oven: ENO oven (propane)
  • Refrigerator: 2 in galley and 1 in cockpit
  • Freezer: 1

    Design and Construction
    Hull Type: Catamaran 
    Hull Construction: GRP 

    • Deck Construction: Flush deck
    • Material: Cored GRP
    • Deck Surface: Painted non-skid surface
    • Stanchions: Stainless steel with separate bases
    • Lifelines: Stranded stainless steel wire
    • Bimini: Tubular stainless steel frame with a blue canvas canopy
    • Davits: Aluminium davits
    • Boarding Ladder: 2 stainless steel ladders positioned on both swim platforms

    Sails and Rig

    Forestay/Upper Shrouds/Lower Shrouds - replaced new March 2013

    Furling Gear:  Replaced with new Furlex in March of 2013

    Gennaker:  Lighweight Dacron Roller Furler

    Jib:  Self tailing Dacron jib


    Hull and Deck Equipment
    • Two Andersen #68 2-speed self tailing winches
    • Two Harken #56 2-speed self tailing winches
    • One Andersen #52 2-speed self tailing 24 volts electric winch for main halyard
    • Two Harken #40 self tailing winches
    • Lofrans 1500 WATT horizontal windlass

      Electrical System
      • DC system: Twelve 2-Volt AGM batteries in series
      • Voltage: 24 Volts DC
      • Distribution panel: Master volt distribution panel
      • Master volt auto switching montiors

        Charging System
        • 2 battery chargers
        • Battery Charger: 3 stage battery charger for house bank
        • Wind Generator: None
        • Solar Panels: None
        • AC system: 1 ONAN MARINE genset and 1 Mastervolt inverter providing 110/220volts throughout the vessel
        • Shore Power: 50amp shore power
        • Monitor: AC Monitor

          • VHF: Two ICOM IC M502 VHF radios
          • A/P: One Simrad A/P35
          • Depthsounder: Raymarine
          • Speed Log: Raymarine
          • Wind Gauge: Raymarine
          • SSB: One ICOM-710SSB
          • GPS: Raytheon & Garmin 720S GPS with chart plotting capabilities
          • Radar: Raymarine radar
          • Compasses: Two Danforth binnacle compasses at each helm station
          • Barometer: One barometer in saloon

          Safety Equipment
          • Life Jackets: Ten adult USCG approved
          • Life Rafts: Two rafts - Revere offshore commander - 6 persons
          • Safety Harness: Yes
          • Dinghy: Yes
          • Fire Extinguishers: Six
          • First Aid Kit: Yes

            Main, Mast & Boom
            • Material: coated aluminium extrusion
            • Mast Step: deck stepped
            • Boom: coated aluminium extrusion
            2013 Upgrades/New Installations

            2 HRO Water makers - 60 gallons per hour

            Galley equipment - Stove:  Princess 3 burner propane counter top stove and microwave in Galley

            Design and Construction - Deck surface:  Painted non-skid surface

            Bimini - Replaced with new Sea Mark

            Sails & Rigs - Forestay upper shrouds/lower shrouds (March 2013)

            Furline Gear:  Replaced with new Furlex in March 2013

            Gennaker:  Lightweight Dacron Roller Furler

            Electrical System - DC system:  12x2 volt AGM batteries in series

            Charging system:  Remove enginer alternator and indicate that there are two (2) battery chargers

            AC system:  Insert that it is a 5000 Watt

            Electronics/Navigation:  GPS Raytheon and GARMIN  720S GPS with chart plotting capabilities

            All windows in Salon were replaced with Makrolon Polycarbonate Sheets

            Installed new standing rigging (March 2013)

            Installed new Furlex Roller Furling (March 2013)

            Installed new bimini in Sea Mark (March 2013)

            Installed new front awning (March 2013)

            Installed new control boards in 3 a/c units (March 2013)

            Installed new compressor in 1 a/c unit (March 2013)


              Disclaimer: The Multihull 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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              Gordon Forbes

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