Lagoon 420 (Florida)

Presented By Andrew @ The Multihull Company

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Asking: $400,000 (USD) Location: Saint Augustine, FL, US (Florida)
S/V Anita Jo is a Saint Augustine, FL, US based 2008 Lagoon 420 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.

Anita Jo is a 2008 Lagoon 420 Owners Version with three cabin layout. This is a spacious and comfortable blue water sailing yacht, completely autonomous and fully equipped for long passages or for liveaboard cruising. She has always been lightly used and privately owned – she has never been used for charter. She also has no history of hurricane damage.

Anita Jo features three en-suite queen cabins with 3 baths, all showers are separate and all heads are electric. She has a dedicated owners suite in the port hull with private head, shower, a queen sized bed, and a sitting and dressing area. Two guest cabins are in the starboard hull each with their own separate showers and toilets. She has been setup to run comfortably anywhere in the world for a long period of time with her powerful generator, very reliable Dessalator watermaker, solar panels and wind generator.

Anita Jo is a very roomy sailing catamaran with full height cabins, a large salon with galley up and an outdoor entertainment area that will comfortably seat 8 people. She has a lot of interior and exterior storage space for fenders, lines, tools, sails and recreational gears.

The cockpit helm station is completely protected from the elements under a hardtop bimini with a dodger and full cockpit enclosure. She is well-designed, setup for short-handed sailing, and can be sailed without leaving the cockpit.

She is US Import Duty paid and available for showings by appointment in St Augustine, FL.


  • Cruisair air conditioner / heater / dehumidifier in all cabins and the Salon
  • Dessalator Duo 100, 26 US gal/hour watermaker that runs on 12 or 110 volt
  • ONAN 21.5kw generator
  • Nearly 1000w of Solar Panels
  • Her engines were installed in 2010 during conversion from hybrid electric to diesel power.
  • New Porta-Bote dinghy with ePropulsion electric outboard
Catamaran Name:S/V Anita Jo
Year Built:2008
Designer:Van Peteghem & Lauriot Prevost
Construction:Fiberglass polyester and vinylester resin and Foam sandwhich hulls - white gelcoat. Solid glass under waterline
Loa:41.33 ft
Lwl:40.33 ft ft
Beam:24' 6"
Headroom:6 ft 7 in (2 m)
Draft:4' 0"
Displacement:30,000 lbs / 13,382kg
Mast Height:68' 0"
Speed:Cruising Speed: 8 knots @ 2800 RPM
Fuel Tanks:1 (79 Gallons)
Water Tanks:1 (79 Gallons)
Heads: 3
Engines:2 x Yanmar 3JH5E 39 hp
Engine Hours: 1821 / 1811
Sails:Mainsail: North, battened 715sq ft (2015), refurbished in 2022
Furling genoa: North 386 sq ft, refurbished 2022
Screecher: 753 sq ft with hand furler
Spinnaker: Asymmetrical with sock

Catamaran Inventory


  • Designer: Van Peteghem & Lauriot Prevost
  • Keel: Fin Keel


  • Length Overall: 41.33 ft
  • Length Waterline: 40.33 ft ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 0"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 68' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 24' 6"


  • Total Power: 78
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3JH5E
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1821
  • Engine Power: 39 hp
  • Total Power: 78
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3JH5E
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1811
  • Engine Power: 39 hp


  • Owner version
  • 3 cabins with queen size berths
  • Standing headroom 67
  • 3 Jabsco electric heads (NEW 2023)
  • Separate Shower stalls in all cabins
  • Quick BX 40 110v 40lt water heater
  • Cruisair air conditioner / heater / dehumidifier in all cabins and salon
  • Phillips 23 in flatscreen TV in starboard foward cabin (NEW 2019)
  • UV vindow covers privacy, vinyl, oneway view
  • Cabin fans 5 x Helia turbo


  • Galley up
  • Vitrifrigo 12v fridge/freezer 34 US gal
  • Whynter portable fridge freezer 85 quart, 12 volt or AC
  • Waeco Drink Fridge in cockpit locker (in-op)
  • ENO propane 3 burners plus oven
  • Hamilton Beach 110v microwave oven
  • Double sink in galley
  • Hot and pressurized water


  • 2 x Raymarine E120 chartplotter (helm and nav station)
  • Raymarine ST60 instruments at helm and nav station (wind, depth, speed, autohelm)
  • Raymarine GPS
  • Raymarine 240 VHF with active speaker and handheld at helm and nav station
  • Raymarine radar
  • Iridium Go!
  • Cobra Marine HH350 portable radio
  • Uniden MHS335BT portable radio
  • Plastimo offshore compass


  • Cockpit fully protected with removable sunshades ( NEW 2017)
  • Removable vinyl enclosure for cockpit
  • Helm, wheel and winchs cover in Sunbrella
  • Sunshade for foward area of deck (NEW 2019)
  • 2 x rail mounted gas BBQ
  • 2 x 10 pounds propane tank, 1 x 5 pounds butane tank with fitting
  • Washdown fresh water with 40 feet of expandable hose
  • Hot/cold water shower on starboard scoop
  • Swim ladder
  • Cockpit cushions


  • ONAN 21.5kW Generator 1367 hours
  • 9 x solar panels for a total of 960 watts
  • Victron MPPT 10050 SmartSolar charge controller (NEW 2019)
  • Windgen 170 w Rutland 914i (2018)
  • Shore power – separate Dual Phase 220v (US Style) for Air Con
  • Battery chargers: 2 x CPS30EM 12v40a
  • ENAG OS2000 sinewave inverter, 2000w
  • AC Plugs: 7 x 110v receptacles
  • 4 x West Marine 4D AGM 198 amp hours house batteries (Sept 2018)
  • 2 x 130 amp engine start batteries
  • 1 x genset battery
  • LED lights throughout


  • 2 x 39hp Yanmar 3JH5E
  • Port – 1821 hours
  • Stbd – 1811 hour
  • SD 40 sail drive, clutch cones changed in 2015
  • 2 blades fixed aluminum prop
  • Fuel tanks: 2 x 300 liters, 158 US gal
  • Water: 3 x 200 liters, 158 US gal
  • 1 x holding tank, 30 US gal
  • Dessalator Duo 100 – 100 liters (26 US gal) per hour watermaker


  • Mainsail: North, battened 715sq ft (2015), refurbished in 2022
  • Furling genoa: North 386 sq ft, refurbished 2022
  • Screacher: 753 sq ft with hand furler
  • Spinnaker: Asymmetrical with sock
  • Plastimo Bosuns chair
  • 3 x Harken electric winches with foot switches at helm
  • 1 x manual Harken winch port side
  • 1 x Harken electric winch for dinghy
  • Stack pack with lazy bag


  • Primarty anchor: 33kg Rocna
  • Secondary anchor: 33kg Delta
  • Windlass: Quick 1000w (rebuilt 2017)
  • Anchor rode: 250 feet 10mm chain (NEW 2018) plus 100 feet 3 ply nylon
  • Dock lines: 4 x 14mm, 2 x 12mm spring lines, plus extra
  • Fenders: 4 x large, 2 x medium


  • Life Raft: Zodiac offshore ISAF 6 pax (requires inspection)
  • Life vests: 4 x with auto inflate + 4 x Life jacket
  • Multiple flares
  • EPIRB ACR Globalfix 406 (battery expired)
  • Ditch bag
  • Drogue anchor
  • ParaTech Sea anchor
  • Emergency tiller
  • Inflatable Dan Buoy
  • 3 fire extinghishers
  • Binoculars
  • Boat hook


  • Porta-Bote Alpha Series (NEW 2021)
  • ePropulsion Spirit 1.0 Plus – 3hp Electric Outboard (NEW 2021)


  • Badboy WIFI booster
  • Everstart 246 amp portable smart charger
  • Seagan ATS 909 portable shortwave radio FM LW MW or AM SW frequencies
  • White sewing machine model 234
  • Multiple spare parts & bits for engine, genset, head, sail, running rigging, tools, etc.
  • Multiple cruising guides, sailing books and boat, engine and electrical maintenance
  • Flags for all Islands in the Caribbean

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Andrew @ The Multihull Company

By Andrew @ The Multihull Company

Andrew grew up sailing his father’s Hobie Cat and transitioned that into a long career as a USCG licensed captain in the yachting industry. Working his way up from his college years as a sailing instructor to a position as a private yacht captain aboard a Gunboat 57, he brings with him a comprehensive knowledge of catamarans and the cruising life. His career has taken him from his home waters of Cape Fear, through the waters of the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Central, South American, and the South Pacific Islands. During that time, he worked as a charter yacht captain and a professional delivery skipper specializing in catamarans. Andrew has operated a wide variety of multihulls, everything from old Lagoons to brand new Outremers and most things in between. This experience has given him an extensive first-hand knowledge of many different makes and models and a solid understanding of their various strengths and weaknesses.