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This is a Northwest cruising sailor's Lagoon 380 through and through.  She is a 3-cabin owner's version and has not been a charter cat.  She was delivered new to Washington and was equipped for exploring our temperate waters.  She has spent the majority of her time plying Puget Sound and points North.  Once she ventured South to California only to climb the coast back up to Puget Sound.  She is a cruising catamaran and has been outfitted with excellent gear including solar panels, wind generator, watermaker, SSB, bowsprit, spinnaker, Jordan series drogue, diesel forced air heat, new hardtop bimini and many other cruising essentials and spares.  She has not seen much UV during her life and you will find her to have been well cared for and updated.  Contact Matthew for an appointment to view this Northwest Lagoon 380.


Additional Details

Specifications and Equipment

Builder & Designer
Builder: Group Beneteau, France
Designer: Van Peteghem/Lauriot Prevast Dimensions LOA: 37 ft 11 in
Beam: 21 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 9 in
Displacement: 17700 lbs Engines Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3GM30
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3171
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 27 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3GM30
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3161
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 27 HP

 

Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: (79 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (53 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (20 Gallons)

 

Accommodations

Three cabin owner’s version

Owner’s cabin in starboard hull with full head forward, large queen berth aft, desk space in between, handmade Mattress Company mattress

Excellent storage with plenty of hanging lockers and shelf space

Salon with 6’5” headroom, comfortable seating for eight at central table, additional storage under the settees

360 degree visibility from the salon, clear vision and coolness from the large vertical windows

Practical nav station close to the helm with custom seat and foot rest

Guest cabin in port hull, queen berth, large v-berth, full head

“Mukali” wood interior finish

Curtains in salon

Numerous fans for ventilation

LED Lighting 2017

Webasto Airtop 3900 diesel forced air heater, 2010

CO2/smoke detector

Solar Vents

 

Construction/Deck/Hull

Vertical salon windows rather than angled

Circular, slightly angled coach roof for a distinctive look

Polyester and vinylester resin with a balsa sandwich and a balsa cored deck

Wide and clear decks

Eight deck hatches

Two additional opening compartments by the mast

Built in electric windlass for 5/16”HT chain with remote, July 2010

Large cockpit

Hardtop Cockpit Bimini - 2019

Cockpit seating cushions

Cockpit table

Teak cockpit grate

Helm to port with good visibility, well protected by the cabin top

Bench seat at helm, forward pulpit seats

Anchor washdown pump

Hot/cold transom shower

Freshwater dock inlet

Dinghy davits

Whale Gusher foot operated fresh water pump to conserve water

Upgraded s/s locker latches

Engine cut-off switch in the cockpit as a safety measure

Interlux barrier coat

 

Electrical

55A alternator, starboard & port engines

Two Kyocera 130-watt solar panels

Blue Sky PPT solar panel controller, April 2008

Rutland 913 wind generator, Rebuilt 2018

HRO Safari 200 reverse osmosis water maker, March 2005

Lectra San MSD Type I system for portside head

Engine battery coupling port and starboard

110V AC dock inlet and inlets throughout cabins

Extra Marinco s/s 110V AC 30-amp power inlet in addition to standard

Marinco s/s phone and cable TV inlet

ProMariner Charger/Inverter 2018

ProMariner galvanic isolator, June 2011

Security high wattage spreader lights

Hot Water Heater 2018

 

Electronics

Raymarine C80 Color Chart plotter

B&G CND Chart plotter

Raymarine 2KW radar on mast

Standard Horizon Matrix GX2100 VHF with AIS system, October 2010

RAM mike in cockpit, October 2010

Plastimo compass

B&G Autopilot

B&G Autopilot remote

B&G Depth

B&G Speed

B&G Log

Raymarine ST60+ Wind

Raymarine Raystar 125 GPS antenna

ICOM 802 SSB radio

AT 140 SSB tuner mounted under owner’s berth

Skymate satellite communication system (e-mail and weather products), October 2007

Sirius Satellite radio receiver

Stereo AM/FM/CD/MP3 with outside waterproof speakers

Anemometer, 2016

 

Sails/Rigging

Single spreader deck stepped mast

Mast height, 57 ft.

Dacron fully battened mainsail

All lines led aft for easy handling by two people

Furling genoa

Quantum gennaker, 600 sq. ft., lightly used

Spinnaker with snufffer

Two  Harken 40 ST 2-speed winches

One Harken 32 ST 2-speed winch

Lazy jacks

Mainsail Stackpack 2018

Spare main halyard

 

Additional

EC certified

55 lb. Delta primary anchor with150’ 5/16”HT chain + 200’ 5/8” Yale brait

FX22 secondary anchor with 10’ 5/16” HT chain + 200’ 5/8” 3 strand nylon

Achilles HB-275 RIB dinghy with Mercury 6 hp 4-stroke outboard, July 2003

Racor fuel filtering

Algae-X fuel conditioners

Various safety gear

New Port Prop 2018

Spare Prop

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.

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

2001

Length

38 ft

Location

Washington

Price

215,000

Status

Active

Make

Lagoon

Model

380

Name

Additional Specs

Keel

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About This Boat

This is a Northwest cruising sailor's Lagoon 380 through and through.  She is a 3-cabin owner's version and has not been a charter cat.  She was delivered new to Washington and was equipped for exploring our temperate waters.  She has spent the majority of her time plying Puget Sound and points North.  Once she ventured South to California only to climb the coast back up to Puget Sound.  She is a cruising catamaran and has been outfitted with excellent gear including solar panels, wind generator, watermaker, SSB, bowsprit, spinnaker, Jordan series drogue, diesel forced air heat, new hardtop bimini and many other cruising essentials and spares.  She has not seen much UV during her life and you will find her to have been well cared for and updated.  Contact Matthew for an appointment to view this Northwest Lagoon 380.


Additional Details

Specifications and Equipment

Builder & Designer
Builder: Group Beneteau, France
Designer: Van Peteghem/Lauriot Prevast Dimensions LOA: 37 ft 11 in
Beam: 21 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 9 in
Displacement: 17700 lbs Engines Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3GM30
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3171
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 27 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 3GM30
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3161
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 27 HP

 

Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: (79 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (53 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (20 Gallons)

 

Accommodations

Three cabin owner’s version

Owner’s cabin in starboard hull with full head forward, large queen berth aft, desk space in between, handmade Mattress Company mattress

Excellent storage with plenty of hanging lockers and shelf space

Salon with 6’5” headroom, comfortable seating for eight at central table, additional storage under the settees

360 degree visibility from the salon, clear vision and coolness from the large vertical windows

Practical nav station close to the helm with custom seat and foot rest

Guest cabin in port hull, queen berth, large v-berth, full head

“Mukali” wood interior finish

Curtains in salon

Numerous fans for ventilation

LED Lighting 2017

Webasto Airtop 3900 diesel forced air heater, 2010

CO2/smoke detector

Solar Vents

 

Construction/Deck/Hull

Vertical salon windows rather than angled

Circular, slightly angled coach roof for a distinctive look

Polyester and vinylester resin with a balsa sandwich and a balsa cored deck

Wide and clear decks

Eight deck hatches

Two additional opening compartments by the mast

Built in electric windlass for 5/16”HT chain with remote, July 2010

Large cockpit

Hardtop Cockpit Bimini - 2019

Cockpit seating cushions

Cockpit table

Teak cockpit grate

Helm to port with good visibility, well protected by the cabin top

Bench seat at helm, forward pulpit seats

Anchor washdown pump

Hot/cold transom shower

Freshwater dock inlet

Dinghy davits

Whale Gusher foot operated fresh water pump to conserve water

Upgraded s/s locker latches

Engine cut-off switch in the cockpit as a safety measure

Interlux barrier coat

 

Electrical

55A alternator, starboard & port engines

Two Kyocera 130-watt solar panels

Blue Sky PPT solar panel controller, April 2008

Rutland 913 wind generator, Rebuilt 2018

HRO Safari 200 reverse osmosis water maker, March 2005

Lectra San MSD Type I system for portside head

Engine battery coupling port and starboard

110V AC dock inlet and inlets throughout cabins

Extra Marinco s/s 110V AC 30-amp power inlet in addition to standard

Marinco s/s phone and cable TV inlet

ProMariner Charger/Inverter 2018

ProMariner galvanic isolator, June 2011

Security high wattage spreader lights

Hot Water Heater 2018

 

Electronics

Raymarine C80 Color Chart plotter

B&G CND Chart plotter

Raymarine 2KW radar on mast

Standard Horizon Matrix GX2100 VHF with AIS system, October 2010

RAM mike in cockpit, October 2010

Plastimo compass

B&G Autopilot

B&G Autopilot remote

B&G Depth

B&G Speed

B&G Log

Raymarine ST60+ Wind

Raymarine Raystar 125 GPS antenna

ICOM 802 SSB radio

AT 140 SSB tuner mounted under owner’s berth

Skymate satellite communication system (e-mail and weather products), October 2007

Sirius Satellite radio receiver

Stereo AM/FM/CD/MP3 with outside waterproof speakers

Anemometer, 2016

 

Sails/Rigging

Single spreader deck stepped mast

Mast height, 57 ft.

Dacron fully battened mainsail

All lines led aft for easy handling by two people

Furling genoa

Quantum gennaker, 600 sq. ft., lightly used

Spinnaker with snufffer

Two  Harken 40 ST 2-speed winches

One Harken 32 ST 2-speed winch

Lazy jacks

Mainsail Stackpack 2018

Spare main halyard

 

Additional

EC certified

55 lb. Delta primary anchor with150’ 5/16”HT chain + 200’ 5/8” Yale brait

FX22 secondary anchor with 10’ 5/16” HT chain + 200’ 5/8” 3 strand nylon

Achilles HB-275 RIB dinghy with Mercury 6 hp 4-stroke outboard, July 2003

Racor fuel filtering

Algae-X fuel conditioners

Various safety gear

New Port Prop 2018

Spare Prop

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.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile
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