Catamaran For Sale – Lagoon 39 (USA)

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Location: Saint Simons Island, Georgia (USA)
S/V Take It Easy is a Saint Simons Island, Georgia based 2014 Lagoon 39 Catamaran For Sale By Owner
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S/V Take It Easy is a Saint Simons Island, Georgia based 2014 Lagoon 39 Catamaran (Premium Version)  For Sale By Owner. Pack Your Two Piece, Grab Your Straw Hat and Flip-flops and Climb Aboard – S/V Take It Easy is Fully Equipped for Extended Coastal or Blue-Water Cruising. This is an Owners’ Version with 3 cabins and 2 heads.

Equipment includes self-tacking jib, air conditioning, solar, water-maker, generator, and dive compressor. Passionate maintenance and upgrades totaling $170,0000 places this blue-water yacht in premium condition.

Purchased in March 2016 from the original owner. Now as 2nd owners, we are full-time live-aboards cruising the Caribbean Sea  and US Eastern seaboard for nearly seven years. Never in bareboat charter. No hurricane damage.

Lagoon Catamarans is the world leader in sailing catamaran cruisers. It looks like a Lagoon. It’s built like a Lagoon. But this 39-footer is a new breed of catamaran.

Equipped as a cruising catamaran the 39 proves extremely popular – both with long-term liveaboards and casual coastal sailors alike. The boat appeals on several levels. It is by design intended to be easily and efficiently handled offshore flying a self-tacking jib, and yet it is still extremely comfortable. The 39 provides intriguing options that neither the 380 nor 400S2 offer. The 39 is a serious cruising machine, especially the new single-handed rig arrangement.

CONSTRUCTION: Moving the center of buoyancy in a boat changes everything, including the structure needed to support the loads. Normally, the mast on a cat is stepped over the main bulkhead at the forward end of the house. But because there is no bulkhead under the mast on the 39, Lagoon had to install an unobtrusive compression post at the edge of a galley counter, which is supported, in turn, by a husky bridgedeck, comprising a strong composite beam with stringers that transfer rig loads to the hulls. This grid is also tied into the fore and aft bulkheads, making for a square, stiff structure that holds up well in various sea states.

The fiberglass layup schedule is rather conventional for a modern boat, with vacuum-infused balsa core above the waterline and solid glass below. The deck is also balsa cored. As with other boats from this builder, the plumbing and wiring are first-class, with everything labeled, bundled and properly clamped. I appreciated the easy access to the electrical and water systems and to the twin engines.

ON DECK: Years of charter trade experience shows in the Lagoon’s deck layout, which has lots of grab points, wide side decks and good toerails. The foredeck is mostly netting, which reduces weight and slamming in rough water. A central longitudinal beam carries the anchor chain out to a point between the bows—a fairly conventional setup.

The first thing you notice about the side-decks is that they’re wide and easy to navigate. The second thing is that the numerous hatches are all neatly recessed. There’s plenty of deck space of course, and lounging on the trampoline or forward pulpit seats is a nice way to watch the ocean roll by. The forward bridgedeck includes two large lockers, one is a chain locker.

Reaching the cabintop from the foredeck is convenient with a stainless three step ladder that lowers from the coachtop.

The cockpit is large, comfortable and uncluttered by sheets or halyards, as all lines are up on the cabintop. Traffic flow between the cockpit and saloon is excellent, and there’s enough seating for a sizable party under the targa top.

A few steps up on the starboard side and you’re at the helm, which is in a cutout space in the targa top. If you have a knack for finding any head-knocking overhangs on a boat, the 39 has none. Thank you, Lagoon!

One benefit of having the mast aft is that all halyards and sheets fall conveniently to hand at the helm station. This simplifies line runs, reduces friction and gets the running rigging out of the way of the crew and passengers. A line tail bag beside the wheel completes the setup. Captains really like this helm station, and the complete surround enclosure canvas bimini provides shade and overhead protection to whoever is at the helm from the tropical sun.

ACCOMMODATIONS:  The interior space is comparable to a 50′ monohull.  The premium version interior is light and bright, thanks to a stylish blend of fabrics and blond Alpi wood laminate joinery. The big vertical windows provide a panoramic view and are low enough to look through when seated. Tall sailors will delight in the headroom, and all will appreciate the countertop fiddles and mid-cabin post that make good grab points in rough weather.

The galley is to port, with the nav station ahead of it. The big dinette table will seat five easily. There’s space at the nav station for whatever electronics you choose to install, and the view will permit sailing from inside with a blue-tooth autopilot in inclement weather. The nav desk can hold a standard chart book.

Access to the private quarters a few steps down in the hulls is through sliding doors in the saloon.  There are plenty of lockers for stowage and all have sturdy positive catches to keep them shut. This is luxurious, private cruising.

The entire port hull for an owners suite with a dedicated stateroom that can be closed off for privacy from the central saloon via a sliding door. Light-colored woodwork and an abundance of natural light streaming in from the windows gives the illusion that the interior of the boat is more of a beach house than a catamaran. Access to battery switches and engine, circuit breaker for inverter, electric winches and solar panels and windlass in the inboard storage cabinet.

UNDER SAIL: The mast position of the Lagoon 39 results in a very large foretriangle, reminiscent of an ocean racing trimaran. The spar is also tall and supports an efficient, high-aspect mainsail.  The boat is equipped with the optional square-top main, which further improves sailing efficiency.

The combination of a large foretriangle and small main means you can choose from a variety of different foresails, including a self-tacking jib. “Take It Easy” is rigged with roller-furling, non-overlapping headsail that gets sheeted to a car mounted on an athwartships track on the deck, ­forward of the mast.  The sail’s single sheet is then led to a block-located well up the mast, where it disappears into the spar, runs back down to the deck and, eventually, is led back to an electric winch located at the helm. The square-top mainsail is also easier to handle than it is aboard many big multihulls.

And when flying the self-tacker jib, well, once it and the main are sheeted home, coming about requires only a turn of the wheel. Obvious benefits for a couple or shorthanded crew. It’s a smaller sail and it can self-tack, so one person on the helm can turn the boat; the jib moves over to the other side, the main moves over to the other side, and the other person can go on reading a book or whatever they were doing.

Code Zero hardware (Seldon bowspit spar, steel cables and blocks) is aboard. Simply select and purchase a new design big, flat-cut, light-air reaching code zero sail, furler and lines to enjoy the benefits gained from a light-air reaching sail. For example, “Take It Easy” flying a code zero sail achieved hull speeds of 8.1 kts with a apparent wind speed of 3.1 kts. The code zero sail is set in front of the furled jib so that it is flown off a bowsprit, and thanks to a continuous furler, it can be left up when not in use. A code zero for a boat sailing in typically light airs on Chesapeake Bay or the west coast of Florida would be very different than one spec’d out for a sailboat bound for the Caribbean.  Cost estimates vary ­depending on the material, but expect to pay in the $4,000 to $5,000 range for a code zero built for a 40-footer. Add another $3,000 and change for a furler, anti-torsion cable, sheets and fairleads.

In an 18-knot wind and short, steep 5-7 foot seas the boat is fast: 7 knots most of the time to windward, with a top speed of about 7.5 knots. On a broad reach, we’ve achieved 12.2 knots cruising speeds. The boat never hesitates to come about or respond to its helm and you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find there is no pounding as the sharp hulls sliced through the waves, although the boat is pretty active with a fair amount of pitching movement.

All told, the Lagoon 39 provides a good ride and quite dry.

Off the wind, the 39 accelerates easily to better than 8 knots and races happily through the waves. The helm response and feedback are exceptional for a catamaran. The Lagoon 39 feels like a sailboat and is a pleasure to steer.

Under Power: No surprises here: the Lagoon 39 does the “cat pirouette” in its own length with engines running in opposite directions and stops precisely wherever you put it.  Measured 7.5 knots at 3,000 rpm with a modest sound level of 68 dBA. Full throttle should drive the boat up to displacement hull speed, around 8.5 knots.

It is a delight at anchor, being far less prone to rocking about in the swell all night, and the deck saloon means that no one misses what is going on, whether inside cooking or outside relaxing.

I probably shouldn’t admit this, but the 39 is a boat that an old monohull sailor like me, I intuitively understood.

Live Your Dream - Fully Cruiser Ready Sail-away Catamaran

  • Very Desirable and highly sought after Owner's Version
  • Accommodations for 10
  • Inter-Coastal Waterway Compatible - Mast Height 63' 5"
  • 32 g/p/h EchoTech Watermaker
  • 420 watts solar array
  • Twin Bronze 3-Blade Feathering Props improves fuel efficiency and SOG
  • 960amp hour 8D AGM Exide Batteries (House bank)
  • New Raymarine Electronics/Navigation Equipment (1/2023)
  • Sails excellent condition: North Sails through inspection and service to extend sail life and maintaining peak performance. - sails washed, new chafe protection, new UV Sunbrella shield. (2/2023)
  • Sirrus Satellite Radio/Weather (2021)
  • Iridium GO Marine Satellite reliable global connection for voice and data communications on up to five different devices (smartphones, laptops and tablets). Stay connected to family, friends, and business partners 24/7 anywhere anytime.
  • 10 - PERSON SeaSafe Life raft (under warranty till 12/2023)
  • New Inverters 220v to 110v (2023)
  • Custom Drapery with sun-blocking liner (2021)
  • Upgrade Corian Counter Tops (2022)
  • New Microwave Oven 900w, New Blender (2023)
  • Upgrade Sunbrella Vinyl Upholstery Saloon/Owner's Stateroom (2021)
  • Transom Deck Sun/Rain Shields
  • Full Canvas Helmstation Bimini Enclosure
  • Upgrade Two Dometic Stainless Steel Refrig/Freezers 3.7 cubic (2022)
  • New Eno 3 burner cooktop with propane safety solenoid and shut off switch (2022)
  • Upgrade Trampoline and Twin Dolphin Seats (Bow) (2020)
  • New AB 9 AL dinghy, New 9.9 Honda outboard, New both dinghy and engine protective covers (2022)
  • New All running rigging (2021)
  • Worry-free Ground Tackle: Electric Quick Windlass, Remote Control Deployment/Retrieve, THREE ANCHORS: (1) 60lb Manson Supreme 252'/10mm chain rode, (2) 45lb Delta Plow on 250 2" 3 ply nylon, (3) Fortress FX35 on 200' 2" 3 ply nylon.
  • 2kw Generator
Catamaran Name:S/V Take It Easy
Year Built:2014
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:38' 6" / 11.74 M
Lwl:38' 6" / 11.74 M
Beam:22' 3" / 6.79 M
Draft:4' 0" / 1.21 M
Displacement:11,673 t / 25739 Lbs
Mast Height:63"5"
Bridgedeck Clearance:5'
Speed:7 knots
Fuel Tanks:400 liters / 105.7 gals.
Water Tanks:300 liters / 79.25 gals.
Holding Tanks:Two tanks: 80 liters / 20.1 gals. each
Galley Location:Up
Engines:2 Yanmar 3YM30E - 29 hp. each
Engine Hours:3375 each engine
Fuel Consumption:.95 gals p/engine 2,800 rpm 7 knots

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Catamaran Inventory


  • Polyester and high-quality anti-osmotic resin
  • Infused balsa cored hull construction - white gel coat
  • Below the waterline: infused hull bottom in solid GRP
  • Gull-wing bridge deck and deck in balsa sandwich. Vacuum bagged and infused with high quality anti-osmotic resin and balsa
  • Twin skeg keels
  • Solid glass or core-mat sandwich one-piece liners
  • Glassed or bonded laminate wood bulkheads
  • Sloop Marconi fractional rig located farther aft than usual, to maximize power and minimize pitching— the tips of the twin mini-keels that promote stability and lateral resistance.
  • Interior woodwork in marine plywood and Alpi blonde ash finish with horizontal wood grain
  • Milano dark oak laminated floor
  • Leather-covered stainless-steel handrails


  • 2 x LG 14,000 BTU Portable AC/Dehumidifiers,
  • 1 x LG 8,000 BTU Portable AC/Dehumidifier
  • Standing headroom: approximately 6’2
  • Interior woodwork in marine plywood and Alpi blonde
  • Milano dark ash laminated floor
  • 6 x 12 V LED ceiling lights
  • 3 x Swivel reading LED lights with USB ports and blue ambient light (2022)
  • Track LED ceiling lighting behind wood fascia along hull and above shelf
  • Bed with front access 6’6 x 6’6 approx
  • 1 underbed storage drawer
  • Nightstands at the head of the bed and outboard side
  • Bulkhead shelf above bed
  • 2 x Hella Turbo Fans 12v 2-speed white (2020)
  • King-size Bed with front access 6’6 x 5’3 approx.
  • Marine mattress made of multi-layer alveolar foam with several densities for improved comfort (thickness 120mm/5”)
  • Mattress treatment: Anti-dustmite, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, non-allergenic
  • King-size bed mattress, 2’ foam rubber pad, 3” memory-foam topper (2020)
  • 1 Bedding Linens: King
  • Fabric hull liner in cabins
  • 1 Underbed storage drawer
  • 1 Under hanging lockers storage drawer
  • 1 Double storage locker beneath hanging lockers storage drawer
  • 1 Upholstery master cabin sofa & ottoman: Sunbrella Horizon Naval Vinyl (2021)
  • 1 Storage cabinet beneath sofa
  • 1 Carbon monoxide alert/alarm
  • 1 ABC Fire Extinguisher (Dry Chemical)
  • 1 counter above sofa
  • 1 Wall storage cabinet
  • 1 Midship desk/vanity hinged desk lid with storage drawer
  • 1 Double shelf book shelves above work desk
  • 12V chart adjustable LED reading light
  • Battery switch access inside inboard storage
  • 2 inboard hanging locker
  • 1 wall mounted leather six pouch storage unit
  • Access to escape hatch (behind sliding door) with stainless hammer
  • 2 opening deck hatches with privacy shades/bug screen blinds (2022)
  • 2 opening port holes with blackout pleated blackout drapes
  • 1 large fixed hull window with pleated blackout drapes
  • 2 lockers with shelves on outboard side
  • Access to control panel for ECHO Tec Watermaker DC Model: 780-DML-2 rated 32 gal/p/hr, TDI gauge
  • 1 underbed storage drawer
  • Nightstands at the head of the bed and outboard side
  • Access to battery switches and engine, circuit breaker for inverter (optional), electric winches (optional) and solar panels (optional) and windlass in the inboard storage
  • Outboard side: Sofa, desk with hinged lid, bookcase and two-door cabinet
  • Full height cabinet with two doors and a drawer at the base and two-door wardrobe in the upper section
  • Access to 220V circuit-breakers


  • Standing headroom: 6’6
  • Polyester-coated ceiling
  • 8x Premium fabric drapery with rubber sunblock (2021)
  • Surround panoramic windows 12 V LED track lighting
  • 9 x 12 V LED ceiling lights
  • Seating for 5 people
  • 2 x portable padded sitting stools
  • Fusion Stereo Speakers (2)
  • Upholstered sofas: Sunbrella Horizon Naval Marine Vinyl (2021)
  • 2x Hella Turbo Fans 12v 2-speed white (2020)
  • Varnished wood table that can be swapped with the large polyester cockpit table (one set of long aluminum legs) (Refinished 2022)
  • 2 storage compartments under settee
  • 3 opening hatches
  • Wooden gunwales
  • Saloon Sliding-door self-closing bug screen
  • Chart Table on forward port side of the salon
  • Standing headroom: approximately 6’2
  • Panel for navigation instruments:
  • 1 sliding seat with storage underneath
  • Hinged chart table lid
  • 12V chart adjustable LED reading light
  • MasterVolt Easyview v5 Battery Monitor (2019)
  • Storage in the stairwell
  • Four teak storage units
  • Electrical panel


  • On port side of the salon and communicating directly with the cockpit via a sliding glass window
  • Standing headroom: approximately 6’2
  • Platinum Corian countertop with Corian fiddles (2022)
  • Under-mount double s/s sink
  • Pressurized hot and cold mixer tap
  • 2 x CRX-1110S Dometic 3.7 CU FT AC/DC Refrigerators
  • Microwave Oven Stainless Steel turntable with push-button door 900 watt (2023)
  • Electric Blender 10 speed 56 oz. (2023)
  • Mixer Hand-Held (2023)
  • 12 cup Coffee Maker with insulated pot
  • French Press Coffee Maker
  • ENO 3 burner Cooktop (2021)
  • 2x Cooktop stainless pot holders
  • Le Perigord Gas Oven enameled interior
  • USCG approved solenoid for gas locker (2021)
  • Complete set of stackable pots and pans
  • Complete set of dishware, cutlery, glasses
  • Stovetop Fire Retardant Blanket
  • 1 ABC Fire Extinguisher (Dry Chemical) Kiddee
  • Teak storage racks (2), teak paper towel holder
  • Seawater faucet with foot pedal


  • Access via door from owner’s cabin
  • 2x 12 V LED ceiling lights
  • Large electric marine toilet
  • Low locker, 3 doors, with shelves
  • 1 toilet paper holder
  • Polyester washbasin with hot/cold mixer tap
  • Low storage unit with shelves
  • 1 large fixed hull window with blackout curtain
  • 1 cabinet with mirrors on the doors
  • 2 s/s double towel hooks
  • 1 towel holder
  • 2 toothbrush cup holders
  • 1 opening deck hatch with screen hatch insert (2022)
  • 1 port hull window with blackout curtain


  • Separate shower stall with plexiglass door
  • Standing headroom: environ 2.03 m
  • 1 opening port hole
  • 1 12V Led ceiling light
  • 1 shower column with soap holder
  • 1 shower head holder
  • 1 12 V shower sump pump with float switch
  • Hot and cold shower mixer tap


  • Access from the salon via 3 steps down and door
  • Standing headroom: approximately 6’2
  • Polyester-coated ceiling
  • 1 x 12V LED spotlight
  • 2x Swivel reading LED dimming lights (2022)
  • Track LED ceiling lighting behind wood fascia along hull and above shelf 12 V LED lights
  • Nightstand at the head of the bed.
  • Bed with front access 6’6 x 5’3 approx
  • Queen bed mattress 3” memory-foam topper (2020)
  • 2 underbed storage drawers
  • 1 storage with door on outboard side
  • 1 hanging locker
  • Battery switch access inside inboard storage
  • 1 opening deck hatch with screen hatch insert (2022)
  • 2 opening port holes with blackout curtains
  • 1 large fixed hull window with blackout curtain
  • Shared by starboard forward and aft cabins
  • Access from the gangway via wooden door
  • 2 x 12V LED spotlights
  • Standing headroom: approximately 6’2
  • Large electric marine toilet, 1 toilet paper holder
  • Polyester washbasin with hot/cold mixer tap
  • 1 tall cabinet with two doors and a mirror
  • Low locker, 3 doors, with shelves
  • 1 opening deck hatch with blind
  • 2 s/s towel hooks
  • 1 towel holder
  • 2 toothbrush cup holders
  • Separate shower stall with plexiglass door
  • Standing headroom: approximately 6’2
  • 1 12V LED ceiling light
  • 1 shower column with soap holder
  • 1 shower head holder
  • 1 12 V shower sump pump with float switch
  • 1 opening hatch with screen hatch insert (2022)
  • Hot and cold shower mixer tap


  • Access from the saloon via steps down and door
  • Standing headroom: approximately 6’2
  • Polyester-coated ceiling
  • 2 x 12V LED spotlights
  • 2 x12 V LED reading lights on the ceiling
  • Bed with front access 6’6 x 5’3 approx (head)
  • 2 underbed storage drawers
  • 1 outboard nightstand
  • Nightstands at the head of the bed and on outboard
  • 1 cabinet with wardrobe space
  • 1 opening deck hatch with privacy screen ( 2022)
  • 1 opening port hole with blackout curtain
  • 1 large fixed hull window with blackout curtain
  • Access to escape hatch


  • Raymarine Navigation: MFD E125w 12.1”W hybrid touch-screen: 12.1 sunlight viewable LCD displays with LED backlight with protective sun cover. Hybridtouch User interface offers fast easy control using touchscreen or keypad/Unicontroller. Built-in high sensitivity GPS receiver. Navionics ready Bahamas & US Waters ready to navigate charts (new Mar 2022) with micro SD card. Wi-Fi Video Streaming with waypoint synchronization with IPhone and IPad device. Bluetooth connectivity for RCU 3 remote control and multi-media control. Dual core main processor and dedicated graphics co-processor for amazing speed and performance. Networking 4 devices (capable of 6 devices) using SeaTalk networking. Networked with Raymarine radar, AIS and auto-pilot. Capable for Sirrus weather receiver and SONAR receiver. Overlay radar and/or AiS data inputs with navigation charts. Multi-screen feature on 12.1' wide screen.
  • Rayarine P70S Sailboat Autopilot Controller w/Push Button (New 11/2022)
  • Navonics Charts for chartplotter updated Mar 4 2023 USA and Bahamas.
  • Raymarine Hydralulic Steering System
  • SmartPilot SPX30 course computer Raymarine
  • New 2x i70s Multifunction Instrument Displays (Raymarine Digital Data Displays (Two new Nov 2022) with protective suncover: 4.1" Super bright oversized LCD for maximum visibility. All weather optically bonded display technology delivers bright colors, sharp contrast and a wide viewing angle. Simple interface key pad provides for precise operation in all conditions.. Customizable data displays of depth, wind, speed, lat &;long, and more. SeaTalk networking for seamless connectivity to Raymarine systems and NNEA 2000 networks. Convenient AIS repeater allows you to visually track nearby AIS targets. i70s connected to ITC-5 instrument transducer convertor and connects to analog depth, wind and speed sensors. Gunmetal bezels and protective sun covers.
  • Third i70 Multifunction Instrument Display located at salon helmstation. Customizable data displays of depth, wind, speed, lat & long., and more. SeaTalk networking for seamless connectivity to Raymarine systems and NNEA 2000 networks. Convenient AIS repeater allows you to visually track nearby AIS targets. i70 display is connected to iTC-5 instrument transducer convertor and connects to analog depth, wind and speed sensors. Protective sun cover.
  • Raymarine AIS650 Class B Transceiver: Dual channel receivers - AIS vessel monitoring of Class A and B transmissions. Dedicated 50 channel RAIM compliant GPS receiver for superior accuracy. Hardware and software selectable Silent Mode for privacy and security. Silent Mode for privacy or security. Silent Mode turns off the AIS transmitter while still enabling you to transmissions from other vessels. Networks with SeaTalk. SD card slot for recording AIS data.
  • Raymarine 18” HD Digital Radome (mast mounted):: 48 nm rangeE.
  • 2 x 3" radar deflectors, shround mount with wax line (2020)
  • Raymarine Systems:
  • GPS: RS130GPS Raymarine
  • Intelligent DST Triducer Multisensor P617V depth, speed, water temp (2021
  • SeaTalk converter Raymarine
  • HS5 Raymarine
  • iTC-5 Raymarine
  • Raymarine Wind Aneometer
  • Internet Booster: Bad Boy Wifi with Router
  • Cruising Guide Books – Windwards, Leewards, Virgin Islands
  • Niegel Sailboat Boat Maintenance Books


  • Single Side Band (SSB) Target HF3 Receiver
  • Sirus Radio coach flush-mount antenna (2020)
  • Pioneer DEH- S6220BS CD, RDS Receiver / Autoradio: Bluetooth, Iphone, Android, Pandora Spotify, Sirius XM, USB Quick Charge (2021)
  • 2 Raymarine Marine VHF Radios (one new)
  • Raymarine 55E Marine VHF Radio (hand-held)
  • Irridum Go Satellite Router/Phone & dome antenna


  • AC 220 volt 50 hertz
  • European wired boat that is designed with twin Cristec CPS30EM 12V/40 A battery chargers to accept shorepower of either American or European power.
  • 960 amp hours 8-D AGM Exide Batteries
  • 2000 watt inverter/transformer 220v to 110v (2023)
  • 500 watt inverter/transformer 220v to 110v (2023)
  • 12 V backlit electrical panel on port side of salon next to the chart table
  • LCD display with: Voltmeter, Amp-meter, freshwater level gauge, diesel level gauge, low voltage alarm for batteries
  • Total Solar Power 420 watts: 3 x 140-Watt Solar Panels mounted in SS rack
  • Galvanic Isolator FailSafe 50 amp (2021)
  • MasterVolt Easyview v5 Battery Monitor System (2019)
  • MasterVolt – MasterShunt 500
  • MasterVolt – Masterswitch 0
  • Twin Cristec CPS30EM 12V/40A Battery Chargers
  • Victron Inverter: Brand - Phoenix Inverter Compact 12| 2000 230V
  • Battery switches: House bank: inside inboard locker in the aft port cabin
  • - Engine start in aft port and starboard lockers
  • LED lights
  • 2x West Marine Group 27 1050cc Engine Starter Batteries (2020)
  • 2KW Honda EU2000i Generator
  • 1 50 Amp shore-power 50' cable (2020)
  • 1 50 Amp Pig-tale reduces to two 30 amp shore-power plugs (2021)
  • 1 30 Amp shore-power 2' cable (2020)


  • Hard top Bimini with 3 recessed spotlights
  • Self-bailing cockpit with wooden grate
  • Helm station on starboard side on the coach house bulkhead including: Engine throttle controls, engine control panels, compass, area for electronic equipment, leather covered steering wheel with brake and canvas cover, double helm seat with cushions on starboard side, access steps from cockpit with s/s handrail, line storage bag,
  • Helmstation has canvas bimini top, front ensign glass windshield and side panels with ensign glass.
  • U shape seating area to port
  • Polyester cockpit table interchangeable
  • Magma Gourmet Series Marine Gas Grill Model A10-1218L and canvas cover
  • Aft deck salon - Dometic 35x AC/DC Refrigerator/Freezer (2021)
  • 90% Block Sun-Screen Plastic Shades
  • 1 aft cockpit seat locker
  • 1 gas locker


  • Helm Station Canvas Bimini
  • Anchor chain locker with large opening on starboard side with 2 s/s struts
  • Large opening on port side with 2 s/s gas struts and 2 locks to access storage
  • Forward bow lockers with locking deck hatches
  • Anchor roller on aluminum cross beam
  • Port side cold deck shower (hot/cold water)
  • Port side s/s swim ladder
  • Port side safety swim ladder
  • Access to engine room via lockable hatch
  • Access steps incorporated into the hull
  • Diesel deck fillers
  • 8 aluminum mooring cleats
  • Nylon bow safety net
  • Outboard stern s/s pulpits
  • Inboard stern s/s pulpits with horseshoe buoy mount on port side and flag pole mounts on starboard side
  • Composite forward longitudinal beam with recessed chain run and mooring cleat
  • Aluminum crossbeam with anchor point for genoa furler, a main roller and a secondary roller.
  • Stanchions
  • Double level s/s lifelines on plating
  • Triple level s/s lifelines on aft beam
  • 2 wire lines on pelican hooks for access to transom
  • Stainless steel coach house-mounted handrails
  • Stainless steel bimini supports-mounted handrails
  • Harken 40 Radial ST 2 DC speed winch, 2 x manual 2 speed winches, 3 winch handles
  • Leatherwrap covered helm wheel
  • Sunbrella Uphostery helm seat (2021)
  • Helmstation Bimini Canvas and side panels
  • Trampoline (2021)
  • Staboard twin bow pulpit seats (2021)
  • Fishing rod holder SS
  • Sunbrella hatch covers (6), winch covers (3), windlass cover (1) (2021)


  • New through inspection by North Sail: Washed sails, installed new chafe protection and new UV Sunbrella sun shade. Square top mainsail, fully batten, 511 sq.ft., Lagoon logo (2/2023)
  • Furling genoa with UV protective band, 386.42 sq.ft..(Sail washed & cleaned, restitched. New UV cover installed on leading edge. 2022)
  • Stack Pak System
  • Sunbrella Sail bag (restitched 2021)
  • Double-spreader sloop Marconi fractional rig
  • All Running Rigging Lines Replaced: (2021)
  • Genoa furler
  • 1 fixed mainsail clew padeye on the boom
  • 1 pulley + deck locking cam (starboard) for genoa furling line
  • 2 adjustable lazy jacks at the foot of the mast on cleats
  • 1 winch handle with holder
  • 1 genoa halyard (on a rope clutch at the base of the mast)
  • Standing Rigging (Professionally tuned 2021)
  • Anodized aluminum deck-stepped mast
  • 1 anodized aluminum boom
  • Standing rigging: 1x19 strand wire with chafe guard rubber
  • 2 hull-mounted shroud chain plates
  • 1 crossbeam-mounted forestay chainplate
  • Selden Spars: Mast, Boom Bowsprit
  • Self-tacking Jib Furler Facnor LS200 (2016)


  • 2x 3YM30E Yanmar Diesel Engines Manufactured July 2013 3,400 hrs
  • Maintenance records available for nearly 7 years
  • Full inspection of bolts, rubber mounts, pumps including heat measurement by Yanmar Engine Dealer Jan 2021. New exhaust hoses and engine rooms fan blowers installed. (2021) Heat exchangers excellent flow.
  • 2x Saildrives: Yanmar SD20. New gaskets, seals and o rings installed (2021). New water sensor installed. (2021)
  • Major overhaul Jan 2021 of all routine OEM scheduled maintenance, parts, gaskets, seals and oils.
  • Access from lockable opening hatches with gas strut in transom
  • 2 x 30 hp saildrive engines
  • Sound-proofed engine compartment on cabin bulkheads
  • Air intake on plating
  • 12V air exhaust fans
  • 1 X 12V 110 Ah start battery per engine
  • Fuel filter with water separator
  • Sea water filter
  • Exhausts with wet mufflers


  • 1 x 79 US gal. polyethylene water tank (New 2022)
  • Fresh water circuit with 12 V pump accessible from starboard forward cabin
  • Hot water circuit with 6.60 US gal electric water heater (AC) and starboard engine heat exchanger
  • Rotomoulded polyethylene diesel tanks: 2 x 53 US gal. under starboard and port aft berths
  • 2 x 12 V electric bilge pumps (2022)
  • Rotomoulded polyethylene waste tanks 2 x 20 US gal. located adjacent to showers
  • 2 x manual bilge pumps in aft cockpit
  • 2 x Jabasco Quiet 12V Electric Toilets


  • AB Lammina 9 AL Aluminum Tender (2022): Overall Length: 9'1", Beam 4'9", V-hull with inner flat-floor, Bow locker with padded seat, 3 gal fuel storage and lasp for lock Oar locks and aluminum oars. (2022)
  • Full length canvas tender storage cover (2022)
  • Oars and oar locks (2022)
  • 9.9 Honda Outboard (2021)
  • 3 gal. fuel tank, 6 gal. fuel tank (2022)
  • Full Honda Outboard Canvas Cover (2021)
  • Honda canvas head cover (2021)
  • Outboard hoist (2021)
  • Engine Harken Blocks Hoist Equipment & Staboard Engine Rail Mount (2022)
  • Twin Stainless Steel Davits with dyneema lift-lines (2022)
  • Fresh water flush connection for outboard
  • 10 lb. anchor with 75' nylon rode


  • Sea Safe 10-man Liferaft
  • Ditch Bag
  • ICOM VHF Handheld IC-M25 EURO
  • Orion USCG Flare Kit: 12- gauge safety launcher, 4x12 gauge red aerial flares, 4x Red signal flares, 2x orange smoke flares, Orange heavy duty storage case
  • Weems & Pleth Light Torch (10 nm visibility)
  • 2- UShip Off-shore life vests with harness
  • 2- Coastal life vests
  • PFD I: six units
  • PFD IV Two 24" Throwable Life Rings White
  • High bean/SOS LED Handheld Flashlight 3,000 lumens
  • 3 ABC Fire Extinguishers (Dry Chemical) Kiddee
  • Wooden Plugs – Assorted sizes
  • Yardarm Pendants: Yellow Quarantine, Orange Distress, Scuba


  • 12V Electric Windlass Quick AL1012D 1000W 10mm (2020)
  • Remote Windlass Multipurpose Control Panel
  • Windlass handle and gypsy drum for manual deployment (2020)
  • Chain Counter at Helm and Control Windlass (2023)
  • 255’ 10mm galvanized chain rode
  • 60 lbs Manson Supreme anchor & shackle
  • FX 37 Anchor on 200’ 20 mm 3 ply rode & shackle
  • 35 lbs Delta Anchor on 100' 20 mm 3 ply rode & shackle
  • Mooring lines and fenders
  • Stairfender 3-step blue rubber boarding ladder (2020)
  • Collapsible Black Aluminum boarding ladder
  • One step-stool gray plastic
  • 2 Boat hooks


  • Airline Electric E-160 Model Hooka with two 60' yellow dive hoses, two tow belts, two weight belts filter washers and "Y" hose divider and Owner's Manual. Comes with optional black soft case. (see photo)
  • Two Resort-Style Swim Floats (see photo): Crafted from the highest-quality marine-grade closed cell foam. Float can be used in saltwater or chlorinated pools and they will not sink if punctured.Tripled dipped in a vinyl coating that resists cracking, fading and peeling. Quickly dry and easy to clean.
  • Owner’s Manuals: Lagoon 39 (English & French versions), Lagoon 39 User’s Guide
  • Portable Waterhose (shore-side) 75’ (2021)
  • TV Antenna and antenna coax cable
  • Fishing gear: 2x Lobster tickle-sticks, catch bags, gloves, 6’ aluminum crab wire net
  • Ensign Flag, Teak Flag staff, SS Flag staff holder
  • 2 x Argo 100 10’ Sit-inside Kayaks, paddles
  • 2 x Magam Removable Rail-Mounted Kayak/SUP racks (2021)
  • Jerry Gasoline Fuel 5 gal. Plastic Portable Can (1)
  • Portable Water Plastic Jerry Cans 5 gal (1)
  • Propane tanks: 1-10lbs, 1- 7.5 lbs
  • Oil Extraction Pump/Container with assorted size extraction tubes
  • Gear Lub pump for outboard
  • Heat Temperature Laser Gun
  • Cordage – various spare sizes and lengths
  • Replacement sanitation hoses
  • Spare parts