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2004 Lagoon 380 "Lizzie Mae"

  • With more than 580 units built to date the evolution of the Lagoon 380 sailing catamaran has made it the leading choice for families looking for a safe, economical and comfortable sailing catamaran capable of world cruising!

    She has never been chartered and has only been in the Gulf of Mexico a hand full of times. She was mostly sailed here on Clear Lake (brackish Water) and Galveston Bay although she is equipped for extended cruising.

    Her rare 3 cabin owner's layout is the most sought after version on the market today and will give her new owner a step up on the competition and less depreciation when it comes time to do something different.

    The forward port cabin has been converted to provide additional storage but can be easily converted back to original at almost zero cost. Has additional cockpit freezer and full navigation electronics, full enclosure of cockpit with removable panels. 7.5 Kw Generator with 126 hours , (2) Cruisair units for a total of 26000 BTUs with digital thermostats that have the Dehumidifier feature. The engines have 450 hours on them , barley broken in according the manufactures specifications!

  • Builder: Lagoon
  • Designer: VL & LP
  • LOA: 38'
  • LWL: 36'1"
  • Beam: 21'5"
  • Displacement: 15,344
  • Draft: 3'9"
  • Bridge Clearance: 56'10"
  • Engines: Twin Yanmar 30 HP
  • Engine Model: 3GM30FC
  • Hours: 480
  • Cruising Speed: 6 Kts Under Power
  • Max Speed: 7 Kts Under Power
  • Fuel: 52 G
  • Water: 79 G

    Accommodations

  • Starboard Hull:
  • Forward head compartment with 12v head and shower stall. Next aft, nav station and locker storage. Aft cabin with double berth and hanging locker.

    Salon:

  • Main salon with curved settee and drop table at centerline. Nav station, and electrical panels aft to port. Galley with propane stove and refrigeration to starboard.

    Port hull:

  • Forward cabin with double berth and dry storage. Next aft, head compartment with 12v head and sink basin. Aft cabin with double berth and dry storage.

    Galley

  • COOK STOVE- 2 burner propane stove and oven with remote tank and approved 12v solenoid shut off
  • Frigoboat 12v refrigerator

    Heads

  • Two Vacuflush 12v fresh water marine heads

    Electrical

  • A/C POWER-Two 30 amp lines of 125 volts
  • Breaker equipped load panel
  • BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH-Total of (6) approved switches for each engine, the generator and house systems
  • BATTERIES-One generator start lead acid battery, two engine start lead acid batteries and (3) 4D gel cell house units

    Steering System

  • Stock hynautic hydraulic system using one aluminum ram, aluminum tie rod and approved fittings
  • RUDDER ARMS-two S.S. arms and FRP rudder posts

    Deck Equipment

  • RAILINGS & SAFETY CABLES-S.S. stanchions with double wire life lines
  • MOORING CLEATS-total of (8) aluminum cleats located at port & starboard bow amidships and at the stern
  • Original gelcoat
  • ANCHOR DEPLOYMENT GEAR-one S.S. anchor shoot, rubber roller and
  • LoFranz 12v anchor windlass inside the chain deck locker

    Sails, Spars and Rigging

  • MAST-is of anodized aluminum and is equipped with aluminum boom and 1 set of aluminum tube spreaders
  • THE RIGGING-is mast head and is set up with upper shrouds, and head stay
  • THE STANDING RIGGING-is of 1/19 S.S. cable with S.S. swage fittings
  • THE TURNBUCKLES-are of open barrel type and the take-ups are secured by use of cotter pins, toggles are provided at each deck end and the clevis pins are secured by use of cotter pins
  • RUNNING RIGGING-is of Dacron cordage
  • WINCHES-(1) Lewmar 40ST 12v electric winch, (2) (1) Lewmar 40ST winch
  • Genoa tracks-inboard with adjustable cars, total of seven sheet stoppers
  • Pro-Furl headsail roller furling system
  • Main sheet traveler and block assembly at transom

    Safety Equipment

  • FIRE EXTINGUISHERS;(4) dry chemical units
  • LIFE VESTS- (8) type II PFD's
  • TOSS BUOY- Two toss rings
  • BILGE PUMPS- (2) 12 volt submersible Rule pumps with float switches, total of four manual whale gusher bilge pumps
  • NAVIGATION LIGHTS
  • GROUND TACKLE;(1) Bruce 30KG plow anchor with chain and rode
  • SIGNAL EQUIPMENT; Orion flare gun kit
  • One brass bell
  • One air horn

    Mechanical and Plumbing

  • A/C AND HEATING- Two Cruisair 110v SMX AC & heat systems using one 110v March raw water pump, bronze ball valve and strainer
  • Norpro 7.6KW gen set with lead sound shield
  • Jabsco Parmax3 12v pressure hot and cold water system one with accumulator tank, 6 gallon hot water heater and approved hose and tubing

    Additional Features and Upgrades

    Lizzie Mae's bigger upgrades/add-ons with values, (excluding labor charges paid):

  • DOUBLE CAPTAIN'S SEAT at helm $800
  • Cockpit SEAT CUSIONS $600
  • AM/FM RADIO/CD PLAYER w/speakers on each end of galley and waterproof ones at each side of stern near cockpit $250
  • VHF w/COCKPIT REMOTE $200
  • RADAR $400
  • GPS $100
  • CHART PLOTTER w/current software $1,800
  • 3-D DEPTH SOUNDER $200
  • Anchors-66 lb. BRUCE & 30 lb. DANFORTH $450 & $275= $725
  • WINDLASS, 1200 watt w/REMOTE $800
  • ELECTRIC WENCH $950
  • SEARCH LIGHT at bow w/COCKPIT REMOTE for up/down and side sweep $150
  • LAZYJACK COVER $700
  • BUG SCREENS on all hatches $400
  • COVERS/SUNSHADES on salon windows $1,000
  • Eight uv-protectant/thermal-insulated DECK HATCH COVERS $400
  • EXTRA HOUSE BATTERY $200
  • Eight PFDs $100
  • LIFE RING w/HEMILIGHT STROBE $120
  • MOB POLE $110
  • INVERTER/BATTERY CHARGER, 2500 watt/100amp Smart $6,300
  • ENGINE UPGRADE $1,200
  • ENGINE ROOM LIGHTS $40
  • EXTRA PROPANE TANK $50
  • GENERATOR, diesel, 7.6 Kw w/double sound insulation $18,000
  • BARBEQUE w/COVER at starboard stern $150
  • Full COCKPIT ENCLOSURE $7,500
  • COCKPIT STEPS/STORAGE $200
  • LED COURTESY LIGHTS in cockpit $100
  • NEW COVERS on Helmseat and Salon Seating $1,400
  • SALON SETTEE CONVERTS for sleeping 1 2 people $50
  • Two A/C-HEAT SYSTEMS, 16k BTU ea. $2,400
  • Two 1500 gph BILGE SYSTEM UPGRADE $200
  • Two EXTRA CIRTUIT BREAKERS PANELS & WIRING $200
  • Two SMOKE DETECTORS $25
  • Three FIRE EXTINGUISHERS $40
  • FREEZER $1,000
  • Four TEAK GRATES- - salon entry, both heads, master shower $1,000
  • VACUFLUSH SYSTEM in both heads $2,800
  • ATOMIC CLOCK $25
  • BAROMETER $25
  • Interior LED OVERHEAD & READING LIGHTS $300
  • Interior COURTESY LIGHTS at steps, down into each hull $40
  • Extra Thick MEMORY FOAM on master berth $125
  • TOOL ROOM SHELVING $50

    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.


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