2007 Lagoon 440

US$355,000 Neg.
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SPECS

Listing Id 1054941 Length 44.80 Feet
Condition Used Type Sail
Make Lagoon Year 2007
Model 440 Engine Type Inboard diesels
Hull Style Multi Hull Type Fibreglass
Stock Number #L0744016

DESCRIPTION

Another quality listing brought to you by Nautilus Yacht Management!

Lagoon 440 2007 in pristine condition.
This boat was never chartered and only had two owners.
Her first owners bought her new and sailed her around the Meditereanean. They kept her dry docked from October to May each year, after winterizing all the systems (flushing and conditioning).

4 cabins with 4 en-suites version, plus crew berths in bow, or can be used as large storage compartments.

Her current owners, a young couple also from France, bought her from Hyeres (France) in 2012 and proceeded to professionally upgrade and re-fit her for world travel. Presently in Tahiti (Bora Bora), she is offered for sale in turn-key condition. All the photos used in this advertisement were taken in March 2016. The boat is maintained to perfection and is ready to keep cruising. Her owners have also offered to deliver the boat anywhere westbound from Tahiti ,and assist with the logistics of survey, valuation and import. Our company provides free import advice to Australian resident to our valued boat buyers, making the whole process pain free and far less costly.
Her owners write: 'Our Lagoon 440 is a mythic catamaran very well equipped for long-range cruising. Sold at more than 400 units, buying a Lagoon 440 is a safe bet. We lived aboard happily and safely during the past thirty months. We loved her maneuver capability even short-handed. We discovered a fast cat given her spacious and comfortable interior. Her autonomy, both in terms of energy and water allowed us long seclude anchorages as well as safe ocean passages. We still live aboard and we are ready to deliver her anywhere. Boat and crew are ready to cast off anytime.'

Designed and quipped to be sailed easily short handed, or even solo, this boat has all sheets and halyards running back to the helm station. Her two electric primary winches and remote control anchoring from helm (and bow) make her a breeze to handle in all conditions. Rigged as a sloop, with fully battened main sail dropping effortlessly into a lazy bag, furling Genoa, Gennaker and light spinnaker, she is fitted with a sailing wardrobe for all weathers. Her automatic (single line) reefs are also controlled from the helm, so reducing sail area in a sudden blow can be done quickly and without having to venture forward. For steering, her double morse control for the engines are set up both on the flybridge and chart table, an extremely modern system adopted by Lagoon Catamarans.
Her extensive range of cruising electronics were all replaced between 2013 and 2014 with the latest Raymarine models and ensure her ease of navigation and ultimate safety at sea. They include AIS transceiver and receiver, 4 Life-Tag wristbands, Radar, Satellite phone, autopilot (plus spare) with remote control and fixed controls with repeaters at helm and nav table, Wifi and 3G hotspot, etc.

As her owners planned to visit some of the most isolated and ydillic islands in the Pacific, the boat was equipped in 2013 to be entirely self-sufficient, able to harvest all her power needs without having to compromise, as well as her water. Solar panels (450W), 4Kwa diesel generator, plus her two powerful alternator ensure plenty of electricity supply. All the lights were also changed to warm LED and her latest models electronics are also designed to be power efficient. a 100l/h water maker running on both 12V and 240V was also installed in 2013. For comfort the boat is also equipped with a Webasto fuel heating.

This magnificent boat boasts an inventory to die for, including tons of spare parts and service kits for all systems, fishing gear, two sea kayaks, RIB tender, davitts, boarding passarella for stern-to docking, tools, etc. Just bring your clothes, food and favorite wines and you are ready to start your dream cruise or get away to a romantic weekend spot!


2012-13 upgrades for travel include:
SAILS: -Main sail: fully battened Delta (August 2013). Previous main kept on board as spare. Roller furling genoa (2012).

ELECTRONICS: -Raymarine chart plotter e7 T70001 at flybridge; touch screen interface with wifi for smartphones apps (2013).
Raymarine AIS 650 (transceiver) (2013).
Raymarine Radar RD418HD (Sept. 2013).
Autopilots: Raymarine EV1 with gyro unit (AC400) and Raymarine electric steering (2014). Original autopilot (Raymarine ST6001, hydraulic) kept installed as backup, hot-switchable. Smartcontroler at flybridge + chart table. Autopilot Raymarine cordless remote (2013).
Lifetag Raymarine with 4 wristbands (2014).
Raymarine VHF (DSC), Handheld VHF (2014).
Sat-phone Iridium Extreme 9575 and USB interface for emails (2013).
Wifi Ubuntu Bullet antenna; Zyxel access point (2015). 3G hotspot.

ELECTRICS:
-12 volts:
Service batteries: total 920Ah (2014), 2 engine batteries (2014), 1 generator battery. Switches to start engines on the service batteries. Cristec battery Monitor (2014).
Victron battery charger 120A (2014).
Solar panels for a total of 560W (2013).
LED lightening (2014).
-220 volts:
4KVA Onan diesel generator (installed 2013 - 1290 hours in October 2015).
Mastervolt inverter 12/220 volts 2000W (2013).

ANCHORS:
Main anchor: Delta Lewmar 30 kg (2013). with 100m. 12mm chain (new 11/2015). Additional 2 flats anchors: 25 kg. and 30 kg.

COMFORT:
Dessalator Duo 12V/220V watermaker 100L/hour (installed 2013)
Galley: 3 sinks, sea water, hot/cold fresh water, outdoor sink, 3 burner stove (2013), thermostatic oven (2013)
ENO Plancha (2013), 2 fridges (indoor, 12V).
Blender, toaster, Dyson vacuum cleaner, TV, high pressure cleaner (all 2013)
Washing machine/tumbler dryer, 6kg (2013).

TENDER:
Dinghy: semi-rigid Plastimo 3.50m (12’), outboard 18HP engine (2014)

MISCELLANEOUS:
Davits.
Bimini with wind-shield.
Passarella.
Salon micro-perforated sun protection hood (2013), ensuring efficient sun protection; keeps saloon temperature well below outdoor temperature.
Cockpit cushions (2014).
Trampolines (2013).
Sea kayak 2+2 seats (2013).
Fishing gear (rods, lures, tools, lines, hooks, fighting belt, etc.)
Extensive spare parts (oil and fuel filters, impellers, main halyard, shackles, dinghy propeller, etc.). Large tool set: 2 drills, jig saw, grinder, extensive tools for engine and rigging maintenance.

For inspections please contact us and we will arrange for your visit to paradise-like Tahiti, where you will be shown the boat by her delightful owners themselves, ensuring that you can make the most of your trip and get answers to all your questions or concerns. Tahiti offers the very best in haul-out facilities and highly qualified marine surveyors who can carry out your survey as requested. Our agency in combination with the owners can arrange everything for you. The boat can then be delivered to your own country, or be picked up at your convenience.

For more information, to obtain a PDF of the inventory or to arrange for an inspection please contact our friendly team at any time.

 355,000 USD ready to cast off. Motors serviced, new bottom paint and more.

The boat is under a new customs regulation granting her cruising rights in Polynesian waters until 7/31/2017. This regulation also allows untaxed ownership transfer. Nevertheless, the owners are willing to deliver the boat anywhere Westbound.


Nautilus yacht Management has successfully sold many boats located anywhere from Hawaii, to New Zealand, Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia and Australia and is experienced with the process of buying a boat overseas, which can seem fraught with challenges for many boat buyers. We can assist at every step of the way, completely free of charge. Quality multi-hulls, especially those which have never been chartered are often difficult to find when restricted to your own location, and the best boats will always be the ones cruising, as keeping everything in beautiful condition is of course needed as a mater of safety. Nautilus Yacht Management is a company of cruisers for cruisers, and our aim is to locate the best the market has to offer and help you make your dream a reality!

 

 

 

 

2007 Lagoon 440
4-cabin version
Ready for blue water sailing
Watermaker – Genset – Solar panels – Washing machine
Currently in Bora-Bora.


 


Length overall: 44’8”

Beam: 25’3”

Draft: 4’3”

Lightship (CE)    : 26791 lbs

Sails: 1262 sq.ft

Fresh water: 3 x 79 US gal

Fuel: 2 x 86 US gal

Architects           :Van Peteghem Lauriot Prévost (VPLP)

CE Certification: A (12 pax)

Hull      :Fiber - Hull number: 198

Engines:            Yanmar 2 x 56 hp

Currently in French Polynesia under Marshall Isl. flag

 

Layout

Sleeps 10 to 12 – certified 25 pax 6 M from shore

Bridgedeck cabin: large saloon with seating for 8+ in the dining area; panoramic outlook; chart table; galley

Hulls: double cabin fore and aft, all with en-suite heads compartments including shower and wash basin; fore starboard head replaced with washing machine and tumbler

Fore hulls berths for crew

Flybridge: helm station; bench seating for 6 or more; bimini

Cockpit: table with seating (convenient outside lounge area); hardtop bimini

Forward cockpit

Transoms: engine compartment access; cold/hot deck shower + swim ladder (port); transom steps

 

Inventory

Engines

2 inboard Yanmar 56 HP (3330 hours in October 2015). Fixed-pitch 3-blade propellers. Double Morse control (flybridge and chart table). 2 x 86 = 172 US gallons. Autonomy > 700 NM at 6+ knots. Sail-drives (SD50) fully serviced and seals (diaphragms) replaced 04/2014.

Sloop rigging

Main sail: fully battened Delta (August 2013). Previous main kept on board as spare. Roller furling genoa (2012). Gennaker with rigging. Light spinnaker (no rigging). 5 Harken self-tailing winches, 2 electrical: one for main sheet and furler, second for halyards and reefs. All sheets and halyards are led back to the helm station, which allows a reduced crew to easily manoeuver. Automatic reefs at helm station. Lazybag.

Anchors

Main anchor: Delta Lewmar 30 kg (2013). with 100m. 12mm chain (new 11/2015). Additional 2 flats anchors: 25 kg. and 30 kg.

Electric windlass: Quick 1500W with remote at flybridge.

Comfort

Fresh water: 3 x 79 US gal tanks under the mast; boiler (electric + port engine); Dessalator Duo 12V/220V watermaker 26 US gal./hour (installed 2013 - 880 hours in October 2015).

Webasto fuel heating.

Cold/hot deck shower.

4 showers, 3 heads, 1 holding tank.

Galley: 3 sinks, sea water, hot/cold fresh water, outdoor sink, 3 burner stove (2013), thermostatic oven (2013)
ENO Plancha (2013), 2 fridges (indoor, 12V).
Blender, toaster, Dyson vacuum cleaner, TV, high pressure cleaner (all 2013)
Washing machine/tumbler dryer, 6kg (2013).

Electricity

12 volts:

Service batteries: total 920Ah (2014), 2 engine batteries (2014), 1 generator battery. Switches to start engines on the service batteries. Cristec battery Monitor (2014).

Victron battery charger 120A (2014).

Solar panels for a total of 560W (2013).

LED lightening (2014).

220 volts:

4KVA Onan diesel generator (installed 2013 - 1290 hours in October 2015).

Mastervolt inverter 12/220 volts 2000W (2013).

Sockets in all cabins, galley, saloon and aft cockpit.

Electronics

Raymarine chart plotter e7 T70001 at flybridge; touch screen interface with wifi for smartphones apps (2013).

Raymarine AIS 650 (transceiver) (2013).

Raymarine Radar RD418HD (Sept. 2013).

Autopilots: Raymarine EV1 with gyro unit (AC400) and Raymarine electric steering (2014). Original autopilot (Raymarine ST6001, hydraulic) kept installed as backup, hot-switchable. Smartcontroler at flybridge + chart table. Autopilot Raymarine cordless remote (2013).

Lifetag Raymarine with 4 wristbands (2014).

Raymarine VHF (DSC), Handheld VHF (2014).

Sat-phone Iridium Extreme 9575 and USB interface for emails (2013).

Wifi Ubuntu Bullet antenna; Zyxel access point (2015). 3G hotspot.

Tender

Dinghy: semi-rigid Plastimo 3.50m (12’), outboard 18HP engine (2014)

Misc.

Davits. Bimini with wind-shield. Passarella. Salon micro-perforated sun protection hood (2013), ensuring efficient sun protection; keeps saloon temperature well below outdoor temperature. Cockpit cushions (2014). Trampolines (2013). Sea kayak 2+2 seats (2013). Fishing gear (rods, lures, tools, lines, hooks, fighting belt, etc.)

Extensive spare parts (oil and fuel filters, impellers, main halyard, shackles, dinghy propeller, etc.). Large tool set: 2 drills, jig saw, grinder, extensive tools for engine and rigging maintenance.

Last hull-out in 04/2014; sanding, primer, 3.5 layers of antifouling. Next hull-out: 2016Q2.