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Entelechy was first commissioned in 2017, although issued her hull number in September of 2015, which makes her a 2016 model. She is a true dreamboat for the buyer looking for a near-new Lagoon 52 at a fraction of the price of a new one, and a catamaran that has been fully debugged by her fastidious Swiss owner.

Entelechy has the most sought after cabin layout you can find on the Lagoon 52 - The four cabin version with the larger owner cabin on the aft starboard quarter. The best of both worlds: massive owner quarters, yet three additional en-suite double cabins. This makes her ideal for owner use, but also excellently suited for family sailing or charter operations. 

As anyone who has every priced out a new Lagoon knows, there is the base price and the fully equipped price. Far too many consumers fail to add up all of the very costly extras that differentiate Lagoons on the brokerage market. Entelechy has it all - Hydraulic Tender-lift, Carbon Canoe Boom, Bow Thruster, Generator, Air Conditioning, 75 Gallon an Hour Watermaker, Upgraded console 390 Hyfield Tender with 40 HP Honda outboard, Hydranet fathead mainsail and jib, gennaker, folding props, dishwasher and on and on. And to top all that - how about just a bit over 700 hours on her Yanmars!   

Entelechy's owners have ended their sabbatical and are preparing their kids for college. They love the cruising lifet-syle and encourage others to try it. She is a fully VAT paid yacht for European Buyers. 

To organize a showing, please contact us. She is mainly sailing and cruising in the Northern Part of the Caribbean right now.

***Exclusive TMC Catamaran Condition Index Report available to serious buyers***


Additional Details

Construction
  • Materials used: infusion of polyester resin and high quality anti-osmosis resin on a balsa wood frame and fibre glass skin. Hull bottom and keel
    in infused monolithic laminate.
  • Structural partitions (sandwich balsa) par infusion.
  • Bilge painted light grey.
  • Hull finished with white gel coat.
  • Bridge in white gel coat with non-slip diamond plate.
Deck
  • 11 mooring cleats
  • Harken deck gear.
  • 1 x 50 mainsail halyard electric winch to bow of helm: mainsail halyard and reefing lines.
  • 3 x 50 winches: 2 for Genoa lines and 1 for halyard and reefer lines
  • Running rigging:
  • 1 double purchase spectra mainsail halyard
  • 1 spectra Genoa halyard with tension adjustment track at mast base
  • 1 boom topping lift
  • 3 reefing lines
  • Genoa sheets
  • Mainsail sheet led back to winches via boom
  • Main traveller adjustment next to port side winches
  • Manual jib furler
  • Bow pulpits with wooden seats
  • Custom tall stanchions
  • PVC toerail
Cockpit
  • Large cockpit
  • Cockpit level with galley.
  • Anti-skid flooring 
  • “U” shaped bench to starboard. 1 gas storage unit in base.
  • Removable cockpit table, interchangeable with inside table.
  • Table storage unit in ceiling.
  • Storage along starboard side of cockpit: 1 flap with access to external bin + storage
  • Ice maker in cabinet
  • Storage along port side of cockpit: 1 sink + mixer tap + grey resin countertop under flap, and two door storage unit (80L cockpit fridge).
  • Pass-through to inside via sliding window
  • Access to flybridge via port side cockpit.
  • Access to port stern cabin from cockpit.
  • Cabin closed with gull-wing door on jacks.
  • 1 Lazy boy with storage unit in base.
  • 2 cockpit lighting areas
  • NEW side curtains
Accommodations

Salon

  • Large main salon with panoramic view - standing headroom approx: 2,05 m / 6’9”
  • Steel pillar with fabric cover
  • Varnished coffee table that can be swapped with the large cockpit table
  • Seating for 5 / 6 people
  • Storage compartments under bench seats
  • Locking aluminium sliding cockpit door with open/closed positions
  • 2 opening hatches on forward windows
  • Curtains on forward salon windows

Starboard bow cabin

  • Access via galley
  • Cabin closed with standard door.
  • 1 double bed – 2.05m x 1.60m
  • Headboard with storage.
  • 2 drawers under bed.
  • Storage in outboard: wardrobe + shelving
  • Shelving and 2 level bookcase
  • 1 fixed hull window in screen printed PMMA with porthole
  • Privacy curtains
  • 1 round deck hatch with mosquito net and blind
  • Direct access to bathroom via shower, with full length mirror on cabin side of door.
  • Minimum headroom: 2.05m.
  • 1 220V socket 
  • Upholstered panels on ceiling liners
  • General cabin lighting with two way switch by bed and reading lamp in headboard.
  • Indirect lighting under first shelf and cornice
  • Two way switch in headboard and by cabin doorway

Bathroom in starboard bow cabin

  • Bathroom accessed through cabin.
  • Solid resin countertop (white).
  • Mixer tap.
  • Anti-skid composite flooring
  • 2 door upper cabinet with mirrors above sink.
  • Large manual fresh water toilet in every WC.
  • Toilet paper holder
  • Headroom: 2.05m.
  • Plexiglas shower door.
  • Composite shower duckboard with drainage. 
  • Storage in shower block.
  • Deck hatch with mosquito net and blind.
  • 3 spotlights

Starboard stern cabin: owner

  • Access via galley
  • Separate toilet
  • Large manual fresh water toilet in WC.
  • 3 door storage intoilet.
  • Sewage tank in passageway
  • Toilet paper holder
  • 1 deck hatch
  • Desk with flap and pouffe
  • Shelf at desk along outboard side on the whole cabin length.
  • Upholstery above shelf along entire gunwale.
  • 2 level bookcase
  • 1 fixed hull window in screen printed PMMA with porthole
  • Privacy curtains
  • Full length cabinet inboard opposite WC.
  • Double wardrobe + 1 shelving unit.
  • Large low cabinet with three drawers
  • Eye level storage with flaps.
  • 1 double bed across hull (2.05m x 1.60m) with side access, bed with slats optional.
  • 2 x 2 drawers under bed (left and right)
  • Headboard with storage.
  • 2 round deck hatch with mosquito net and blind
  • Open bulkhead for direct access to bathroom
  • Minimum headroom: 2.05m.
  • 1 220V socket in desk + 2 sockets in headboard to port and starboard.
  • Upholstered panels on ceiling liners
  • General cabin lighting with two way switch by bed and reading lamp in headboard.
  • Indirect lighting under first shelf and cornice
  • Two way switch in headboard and by cabin doorway
Galley
  • Vast panoramic galley - headroom: 2.15m
  • Upholstered steel posts
  • Varnished high dining table interchangeable with small cockpit table
  • Aluminium sliding door with lock provides access to cockpit, can be locked open or closed
  • 4 under-floor boxes in middle of boat with hatches on hinges and jacks.
  • 4 panels open on to front windows, open inwards.
  • Wooden gunwale with storage on port side
  • Curtains to side and front of coachroof
  • 1 entrance per hull
  • Dishwasher & Fridge wired for 220v
Engine
  • Access to engine compartment from transoms via panels with stainless steel jacks.
  • Upgraded 2 YANMAR Sail drive 75hp Diesel (700 hrs. each +/-)
  • Engine controls and control panels at helm on flybridge
  • 2 propellers: 3 blades 18x14 LH
  • Hold ventilation: Natural aeration and forced extraction in rear section
  • 1 220V socket per engine compartment
  • 1 light in each engine compartment.
  • Engine compartment soundproofing: foam on engine partitions.
Electrical
  • Wired for 110 v (American style outlets)
  • LED lighting throughout boat
  • Wireless lighting, centrally controlled from touch screen on map table.
  • 12V circuit including:
  • 1 4’3” touch screen controls: lighting, battery level, fuel gages, water, navigation lights
  • Onan Genset 21.5 Kva (1400 hours)
  • 1 set of 12V 6x140Ah service batteries
  • 1 12V 80Ah alternator.
  • 1 12V 48Ah gel cell starter battery (1,260 hrs)
Flybridge
  • Access via stairway on port side of cockpit and directly from the starboard or port side of bridge.
  • 1 helm with:
  • 1100mm diameter wheel.
  • Central console with handrail, electronic receiver, electronic engine controls, windlass control , and light switches.
  • Engine panel on port side
  • All lines led to forward section of flybridge around 3 winches.
  • 3 Line storage boxes.
  • Glass holder + storage tray on port side
  • Seat on starboard side with storage.
  • Sun bathing area to rear of flybridge
  • Helmsman base cushion
  • 2 flush deck hatches that can be used as scoops near cockpit
  • 1 mainsail winch to rear of flybridge.
Sails
  • Incidence Gennaker on cont. line furler 
  • Fully-battened mainsail: 101 m² in Hydranet 
  • 3 reefing lines
  • Self-tacking jib on manual furler: 59 m² in Hydranet
Mast/Rigging
  • Anodised aluminium mast
  • Upgraded carbon canoe boom with track and traveller with LED light
  • Self-tacking jib
  • Double spreader rig
  • 2 shrouds with chafe guards
  • 2 lower shrouds with chafe guards
  • 1 forestay with manual furler
  • Anodised aluminium transversal crossbeam
  • Composite longitudinal beam
Additional Information
  • Upgraded 390 Highfield center console tender with 40 HP Honda engine
  • Bow thruster
  • B & G display - AIS 400, WIFI Module, Radar
  • Dinghy lift (pistons & pump replaced Oct. 2017
  • Water discharge through-hull valves replace June 2018
  • Aquamatic Sea Recovery 450 water maker (75 gal. per hr.)
  • 8 person life raft in service
Manufacturer Description

The Lagoon 52, developed by the world's leading builder of cruising catamarans, marks a whole new era in the design of such boats, as indeed did its predecessor, the famed Lagoon 500. 

With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, bevelled hulls, its as if levitated deckhouse and tall rig, the Lagoon 52 is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its "outer" appearance, or even its interior layout. 

This Lagoon 52 is the result of lengthy discussions between the architects at Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost (VPLP), the Italian Nauta Design agency and the Lagoon design department. These discussions led us to make some important and sometimes radical choices, while remaining faithful to what we believe in, in terms of elegance, comfort, safety, user friendliness and, it goes without saying, performance under sail. 

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. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Managing Broker

Contact - Phillip Berman
The Multihull Company

Located in Philadelphia, PA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 484-686-5363
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Phil@multihullcompany.com
View Phillip Berman's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

2015

Length

52 ft

Location

Antigua And Barbuda

Price

1,100,000

Status

Sale Pending

Make

Lagoon

Model

52

Name

Entelechy

Boat Video

Additional Specs

Keel

Fin Keel

Engines

Make: Yanmar

Model:

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 75|horsepower

Year:

Hours: 700

Location: Port



Make: Yanmar

Model:

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 75|horsepower

Year:

Hours: 700

Location: Starboard



About This Boat

Entelechy was first commissioned in 2017, although issued her hull number in September of 2015, which makes her a 2016 model. She is a true dreamboat for the buyer looking for a near-new Lagoon 52 at a fraction of the price of a new one, and a catamaran that has been fully debugged by her fastidious Swiss owner.

Entelechy has the most sought after cabin layout you can find on the Lagoon 52 - The four cabin version with the larger owner cabin on the aft starboard quarter. The best of both worlds: massive owner quarters, yet three additional en-suite double cabins. This makes her ideal for owner use, but also excellently suited for family sailing or charter operations. 

As anyone who has every priced out a new Lagoon knows, there is the base price and the fully equipped price. Far too many consumers fail to add up all of the very costly extras that differentiate Lagoons on the brokerage market. Entelechy has it all - Hydraulic Tender-lift, Carbon Canoe Boom, Bow Thruster, Generator, Air Conditioning, 75 Gallon an Hour Watermaker, Upgraded console 390 Hyfield Tender with 40 HP Honda outboard, Hydranet fathead mainsail and jib, gennaker, folding props, dishwasher and on and on. And to top all that - how about just a bit over 700 hours on her Yanmars!   

Entelechy's owners have ended their sabbatical and are preparing their kids for college. They love the cruising lifet-syle and encourage others to try it. She is a fully VAT paid yacht for European Buyers. 

To organize a showing, please contact us. She is mainly sailing and cruising in the Northern Part of the Caribbean right now.

***Exclusive TMC Catamaran Condition Index Report available to serious buyers***


Additional Details

Construction
  • Materials used: infusion of polyester resin and high quality anti-osmosis resin on a balsa wood frame and fibre glass skin. Hull bottom and keel
    in infused monolithic laminate.
  • Structural partitions (sandwich balsa) par infusion.
  • Bilge painted light grey.
  • Hull finished with white gel coat.
  • Bridge in white gel coat with non-slip diamond plate.
Deck
  • 11 mooring cleats
  • Harken deck gear.
  • 1 x 50 mainsail halyard electric winch to bow of helm: mainsail halyard and reefing lines.
  • 3 x 50 winches: 2 for Genoa lines and 1 for halyard and reefer lines
  • Running rigging:
  • 1 double purchase spectra mainsail halyard
  • 1 spectra Genoa halyard with tension adjustment track at mast base
  • 1 boom topping lift
  • 3 reefing lines
  • Genoa sheets
  • Mainsail sheet led back to winches via boom
  • Main traveller adjustment next to port side winches
  • Manual jib furler
  • Bow pulpits with wooden seats
  • Custom tall stanchions
  • PVC toerail
Cockpit
  • Large cockpit
  • Cockpit level with galley.
  • Anti-skid flooring 
  • “U” shaped bench to starboard. 1 gas storage unit in base.
  • Removable cockpit table, interchangeable with inside table.
  • Table storage unit in ceiling.
  • Storage along starboard side of cockpit: 1 flap with access to external bin + storage
  • Ice maker in cabinet
  • Storage along port side of cockpit: 1 sink + mixer tap + grey resin countertop under flap, and two door storage unit (80L cockpit fridge).
  • Pass-through to inside via sliding window
  • Access to flybridge via port side cockpit.
  • Access to port stern cabin from cockpit.
  • Cabin closed with gull-wing door on jacks.
  • 1 Lazy boy with storage unit in base.
  • 2 cockpit lighting areas
  • NEW side curtains
Accommodations

Salon

  • Large main salon with panoramic view - standing headroom approx: 2,05 m / 6’9”
  • Steel pillar with fabric cover
  • Varnished coffee table that can be swapped with the large cockpit table
  • Seating for 5 / 6 people
  • Storage compartments under bench seats
  • Locking aluminium sliding cockpit door with open/closed positions
  • 2 opening hatches on forward windows
  • Curtains on forward salon windows

Starboard bow cabin

  • Access via galley
  • Cabin closed with standard door.
  • 1 double bed – 2.05m x 1.60m
  • Headboard with storage.
  • 2 drawers under bed.
  • Storage in outboard: wardrobe + shelving
  • Shelving and 2 level bookcase
  • 1 fixed hull window in screen printed PMMA with porthole
  • Privacy curtains
  • 1 round deck hatch with mosquito net and blind
  • Direct access to bathroom via shower, with full length mirror on cabin side of door.
  • Minimum headroom: 2.05m.
  • 1 220V socket 
  • Upholstered panels on ceiling liners
  • General cabin lighting with two way switch by bed and reading lamp in headboard.
  • Indirect lighting under first shelf and cornice
  • Two way switch in headboard and by cabin doorway

Bathroom in starboard bow cabin

  • Bathroom accessed through cabin.
  • Solid resin countertop (white).
  • Mixer tap.
  • Anti-skid composite flooring
  • 2 door upper cabinet with mirrors above sink.
  • Large manual fresh water toilet in every WC.
  • Toilet paper holder
  • Headroom: 2.05m.
  • Plexiglas shower door.
  • Composite shower duckboard with drainage. 
  • Storage in shower block.
  • Deck hatch with mosquito net and blind.
  • 3 spotlights

Starboard stern cabin: owner

  • Access via galley
  • Separate toilet
  • Large manual fresh water toilet in WC.
  • 3 door storage intoilet.
  • Sewage tank in passageway
  • Toilet paper holder
  • 1 deck hatch
  • Desk with flap and pouffe
  • Shelf at desk along outboard side on the whole cabin length.
  • Upholstery above shelf along entire gunwale.
  • 2 level bookcase
  • 1 fixed hull window in screen printed PMMA with porthole
  • Privacy curtains
  • Full length cabinet inboard opposite WC.
  • Double wardrobe + 1 shelving unit.
  • Large low cabinet with three drawers
  • Eye level storage with flaps.
  • 1 double bed across hull (2.05m x 1.60m) with side access, bed with slats optional.
  • 2 x 2 drawers under bed (left and right)
  • Headboard with storage.
  • 2 round deck hatch with mosquito net and blind
  • Open bulkhead for direct access to bathroom
  • Minimum headroom: 2.05m.
  • 1 220V socket in desk + 2 sockets in headboard to port and starboard.
  • Upholstered panels on ceiling liners
  • General cabin lighting with two way switch by bed and reading lamp in headboard.
  • Indirect lighting under first shelf and cornice
  • Two way switch in headboard and by cabin doorway
Galley
  • Vast panoramic galley - headroom: 2.15m
  • Upholstered steel posts
  • Varnished high dining table interchangeable with small cockpit table
  • Aluminium sliding door with lock provides access to cockpit, can be locked open or closed
  • 4 under-floor boxes in middle of boat with hatches on hinges and jacks.
  • 4 panels open on to front windows, open inwards.
  • Wooden gunwale with storage on port side
  • Curtains to side and front of coachroof
  • 1 entrance per hull
  • Dishwasher & Fridge wired for 220v
Engine
  • Access to engine compartment from transoms via panels with stainless steel jacks.
  • Upgraded 2 YANMAR Sail drive 75hp Diesel (700 hrs. each +/-)
  • Engine controls and control panels at helm on flybridge
  • 2 propellers: 3 blades 18x14 LH
  • Hold ventilation: Natural aeration and forced extraction in rear section
  • 1 220V socket per engine compartment
  • 1 light in each engine compartment.
  • Engine compartment soundproofing: foam on engine partitions.
Electrical
  • Wired for 110 v (American style outlets)
  • LED lighting throughout boat
  • Wireless lighting, centrally controlled from touch screen on map table.
  • 12V circuit including:
  • 1 4’3” touch screen controls: lighting, battery level, fuel gages, water, navigation lights
  • Onan Genset 21.5 Kva (1400 hours)
  • 1 set of 12V 6x140Ah service batteries
  • 1 12V 80Ah alternator.
  • 1 12V 48Ah gel cell starter battery (1,260 hrs)
Flybridge
  • Access via stairway on port side of cockpit and directly from the starboard or port side of bridge.
  • 1 helm with:
  • 1100mm diameter wheel.
  • Central console with handrail, electronic receiver, electronic engine controls, windlass control , and light switches.
  • Engine panel on port side
  • All lines led to forward section of flybridge around 3 winches.
  • 3 Line storage boxes.
  • Glass holder + storage tray on port side
  • Seat on starboard side with storage.
  • Sun bathing area to rear of flybridge
  • Helmsman base cushion
  • 2 flush deck hatches that can be used as scoops near cockpit
  • 1 mainsail winch to rear of flybridge.
Sails
  • Incidence Gennaker on cont. line furler 
  • Fully-battened mainsail: 101 m² in Hydranet 
  • 3 reefing lines
  • Self-tacking jib on manual furler: 59 m² in Hydranet
Mast/Rigging
  • Anodised aluminium mast
  • Upgraded carbon canoe boom with track and traveller with LED light
  • Self-tacking jib
  • Double spreader rig
  • 2 shrouds with chafe guards
  • 2 lower shrouds with chafe guards
  • 1 forestay with manual furler
  • Anodised aluminium transversal crossbeam
  • Composite longitudinal beam
Additional Information
  • Upgraded 390 Highfield center console tender with 40 HP Honda engine
  • Bow thruster
  • B & G display - AIS 400, WIFI Module, Radar
  • Dinghy lift (pistons & pump replaced Oct. 2017
  • Water discharge through-hull valves replace June 2018
  • Aquamatic Sea Recovery 450 water maker (75 gal. per hr.)
  • 8 person life raft in service
Manufacturer Description

The Lagoon 52, developed by the world's leading builder of cruising catamarans, marks a whole new era in the design of such boats, as indeed did its predecessor, the famed Lagoon 500. 

With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, bevelled hulls, its as if levitated deckhouse and tall rig, the Lagoon 52 is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its "outer" appearance, or even its interior layout. 

This Lagoon 52 is the result of lengthy discussions between the architects at Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost (VPLP), the Italian Nauta Design agency and the Lagoon design department. These discussions led us to make some important and sometimes radical choices, while remaining faithful to what we believe in, in terms of elegance, comfort, safety, user friendliness and, it goes without saying, performance under sail. 

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. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Phillip Berman
The Multihull Company

Located in Philadelphia, PA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 484-686-5363
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Phil@multihullcompany.com
View Phillip Berman's Profile
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