Lagoon 39 (Washington)

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Asking: $335,000 (USD) Location: Gig Harbor, WA, US (Washington)
S/V Lagoon 39 is a Gig Harbor, WA, US based 2013 Lagoon 39 Catamaran For Sale By Broker
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
Responses to inquiries may come from a broker, and this sale may include brokerage fees.

A Double Owner’s Version. . . Very Rare. . . So many Lagoons are 4-cabin 4-head or 4-cabin 2-head (to serve the needs of charter trades) – or maybe a premium owner’s version. But this Lagoon 39 has a complete mirror image owner’s suite in each hull. This means two large comfortable beds, two sets of premium mid-ship cabinetry with fantastic storage, two individual desks, and two large electric flush heads with vanities and two separate showers.

Either hull can be made completely private by closing its built-in sliding companionway door. She offers equal comfort for a couple living and working aboard – each with their own quiet workspace if needed. Or equal comfort for owners and their special guests. Or she is a catamaran that can be owned by two couples equally – each couple enjoying their own hull.

She is a comfort cat in every sense with reverse cycle air conditioning/heating, generator, watermaker, hot/cold water, a spacious convivial bridgedeck salon with galley up, a convertible dinette that can also convert to a forward facing bar should cockpit dining alfresco be the norm. The sliding doors and windows that adjoin her salon to her hard-topped and enclosed cockpit make for easy indoor/outdoor living.

Lagoon 39s are mast-aft designs with a square-top main and large furling headsails for ease of sail handling. Two 29 horsepower diesel engines with low hours are perfect for economical trawling when the wind and current don’t cooperate. A large furling genoa and a gennaker on her bowsprit make for excellent light air sailing. There is great visibility from the helm, salon, and sheltered cockpit to ensure enjoyment of beautiful Northwest passages. And she is right here on Puget Sound in Gig Harbor and easy to get to know. If you are looking for a special boat with all the comforts of a catamaran (doubled!), this is your opportunity. Contact Matthew today.

Specifications
Catamaran Name:S/V Lagoon 39
Model:39
Year Built:2013
Builder:Cnb-Lagoon-France
Designer:Marc Van Peteghem / Vincent Lauriot Prevost
Construction:Infused Balsa cored hull construction - white gelcoat; Below the waterline: infused Hull bottom in solid GRP
Loa:39 ft
Lwl:38' 6" / 11.74 M
Beam:22' 3"
Draft:4' 0"
Displacement:11,673 t / 25739 Lbs
Mast Height:60' 4" / 18.4 M
Fuel Tanks:2 (53 Gallons)
Water Tanks:2 (53 Gallons)
Heads: 2
Engines:2 x Yanmar 3YM30 29 hp

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MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 39 ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 22' 3"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 58
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3YM30
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 29 hp
  • Total Power: 58
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3YM30
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 29 hp

Specifications and Equipment

  • MAKE/MODEL: Lagoon 39
  • DESIGNER: VPLP Naval Architects/Nauta Design Interior
  • BUILDER: Lagoon
  • WHERE BUILT: France
  • MODEL YEAR: 2013
  • FLAG: US
  • LOA M 11.74 FT 386
  • LWL M 11.53 FT 3710
  • BEAM M6.79 FT 223
  • DRAFT M 1.22 FT 4
  • DISPLACEMENT: 16,005 lbs
  • ELECTRONICS
  • Wind speed and direction
  • Depthsounder
  • VHF Radio
  • Cockpit speakers
  • Autopilot w/remote
  • Log-speedometer
  • Plotter
  • TV set
  • Radar
  • Compass
  • SAILS
  • Fully battened mainsail
  • Stack Pack
  • Lazy Jacks
  • Furling genoa
  • Gennaker
  • RIGGING
  • Cable Steering
  • Electric winch

Inside Equipment

  • Refrigerator
  • Deep freezer
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Hot water
  • Air conditioning
  • Battery charger
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Fresh water maker
  • Electric heads

Outside Equipment

  • Cockpit cushions
  • Swimming ladder
  • Liferaft
  • Solar panels
  • Davits
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit shower
  • Electric windlass
  • KEEL BALLAST: Multihull
  • HULL: Composite Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) Sandwich with Balsa core
  • DECK MATERIAL: Textured GRP
  • STEERING SYSTEM: Wheel
  • RUDDER TYPE: Balanced spade rudder
  • KEEL TYPE: Multihull

Mechanical

  • NO OF ENGINES: 2
  • MAKE/AGE: Yanmar/ Original
  • MODEL: 3YM30
  • HP: 29hp
  • FUEL: Diesel
  • NO. OF CYLINDERS: 3
  • COOLING SYSTEM: Heat exchanger
  • TYPE OF GEAR BOX(S): Yanmar SD20
  • TYPE OF CONTROLS: Morse
  • DRIVE TO PROP: Saildrive
  • TYPE OF PROP: 3 blade Folding Props

Electrical

  • Inverter
  • Generator
  • Shore power Electrical Circuit: 110V
  • VOLTAGE: 12V/ 110V
  • NO OF BATTERIES: 3 x 8D house, 2 engine & 1 generator
  • METHOD OF CHARGING: Alternator, Masterbolt Inverter, & Solar
  • ALTERNATOR: 80Ah
  • GENERATOR MAKE: Fischer Panda 10kva
  • HOURS RUN: 1100 +/-
  • SHORE POWER: Yes
  • SHORE POWER CABLE:(1) 50 50amp

Tankage and Plumbing

  • NO OF FUEL TANKS: 2
  • CAPACITY OF FUEL TANKS:
  • LITRES: 212 GALLONS: 53
  • NO OF WATER TANKS: 2
  • MATERIAL: Roto-molded plastic
  • CAPACITY OF WATER TANKS:
  • LITRES: 600 GALLONS: 158
  • HOLDING TANKS: 2 x 20gal/ 80L total
  • PRESSURISED: Hot and cold fresh water
  • WATER HEATING SYSTEM: (2) Nautic Boiler hot water tanks 10 gal/ 40L total
  • Fresh Water Hot and Cold Shower Aft
  • WATERMAKER: Searecovery Aqua Whisper DX

Sails and Rigging

  • TYPE: Sloop Rig
  • MAST MATERIAL: Aluminium
  • BOW SPRIT: Aluminum
  • STANDING RIGGING MATERIAL: Stainless steel wire
  • RUNNING RIGGING MATERIAL: Cored braided line
  • MAINSAIL REEFING: 2 reef points Slab single line reefing
  • HEADSAIL ROLLER FURLING: Facnor LS200
  • TYPE: Square Top Mainsail
  • MAKER: Doyle
  • TYPE: Genoa
  • MAKER: Doyle
  • TYPE: Stackpack Boom Bag
  • MAKER: Doyle
  • TYPE: CODE ZERO
  • GENOA WINCHES: (2)
  • MAKE: Harken 40 ST-2
  • SPEED: 2
  • SELF TAILING: Yes
  • ELECTRIC: 1
  • MAIN HALYARD WINCH: Harken 40ST 2 Speed Electric

Accommodations

  • ACCOMMODATIONS:
  • Rare Double Owner's Version
  • Number of double berths: 2
  • Number of cabins: 2
  • Number of heads: 2
  • LAYOUT VERSION: 2 cabin 2 head
  • CABIN HEATING/AIR CONDITIONING: 3 systems. one for each cabin and salon
  • SHOWER: (2) plus transom shower (hot and cold)
  • HANDBASIN: (2)
  • MAKE: electric flush
  • NO. HEADS: (2)
  • SINK: (1) Basin in galley and dish drainer
  • FRIDGE/FREEZER: Vitrifrigo 12v
  • AFT CABIN: 2
  • NO. OF CABINS: 2

Anchoring

  • MAKE: Quick 1000W
  • WINDLASS: Electric
  • PRIMARY ANCHOR: Delta 55lb with approx. 300′ chain

Electronics

  • COMPASS: At helm
  • ECHOSOUNDER: Raymarine i70
  • SPEED: GPS
  • WIND: Raymarine i70 & Windex
  • VHF: Raymarine at nav station
  • GPS: 2x Raymarine e125 at helm and nav station
  • AUTO PILOT: Raymarine p70 w/Smartpilot ACU-400
  • ADDITIONAL WIRELESS AUTO PILOT REMOTE AT NAV STATION
  • HD Color Radar 4kw 18″ 48nm Radome Scanner
  • AIS: Raymarine 650 Transciever

GENERAL EQUIPMENT

  • BILGE PUMPS: (Yes) 4 x automatic with float switches in main hulls and engine rooms and 2 x manual main hulls
  • SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Yes, Liferaft (expired), flares, lifejackets
  • NAVIGATION LIGHTS: Yes
  • SOLAR PANELS: (3) Kyocera 135 watt each
  • GUARDWIRES/PULPIT/PUSHPIT: Yes
  • SPRAYHOOD/DODGERS:Yes, Custom Helm Cockpit Enclosures
  • DAVITS: Yes stainless steel
  • SWIMMING LADDER: Yes
  • BIMINI: Hard Bimini with Canvas & Isenglass Enclosure
  • WARPS: Yes
  • FENDERS: Yes
  • BOATHOOK: (1) Yes
  • ENGINE SPARES: Yes, if onboard
  • NEW TRAMPOLINE ORDERED – will be provided
  • NEW HELM CUSHIONS ORDERED – will be provided

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Matthew @ The Multihull Company

By Matthew @ The Multihull Company

Matthew brings 30 years experience cruising multihulls on Puget Sound and points north to the TMC brokerage team. Along with his practical knowledge of multihull designs and seamanship, Matthew is a graduate of Dartmouth College with a degree in Geography. He has 14 years of experience with TMC and an intimate knowledge of the Northwest’s unique maritime geography that he describes as, “One of the world’s most beautiful, intricate, and extensive cruising grounds. The joys of which are advantageously and endlessly displayed to the owner of a cruising multihull.”