Lagoon 440 (Pacific)

Presented By Matthew @ The Multihull Company

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Asking: $429,000 (USD) Location: Honolulu, HI, US (Pacific)
S/V Beverly Ann is a Honolulu, HI, US based 2010 Lagoon 440 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.

This late model Lagoon 440 Owner’s Version is one of the most continuously upgraded, continuously cruised, and continuously cared for Lagoon 440s on the market.

She was first owned by a fastidious Swiss dentist and his spouse who prepared her carefully and sailed her from Germany across the Atlantic, exploring the Caribbean, tranisting Panama, exploring the South Pacific, taking the Pacific Gyre over Hawaii to Alaska and then the Inside Passage to Washington State. She was exquisitely cared for then.

I sold her to a retiring Northwest doctor and his spouse who sailed her between Washington and Alaska exploring the intricacies of the Inside Passage for 5 years. They kept her in excellent highly upgraded condition. She sparked a bidding war when I sold her to the current owners. Expense was not spared.

She was again extensively upgraded and readied for blue water. She departed down the coast and left North America for French Polynesia. Check out the extensive preparation and additions done in 2022 (new sails, electronics, standing & rigging, heads, dinghy, anchor, windlass, and more. . . and extensive cruising spares. . . and now new saildrives, cushions, bottom paint, and maintenance in 2024).

She has returned from the South Pacific and is currently in Honolulu, Hawaii and will soon be returning to her mooring in Lahaina Roadstead, Maui (rare Hawaiian permitted mooring available at additional cost). This is exactly the sort of catamaran you can step aboard now with the knowledge that you have a head start on the cruising experience.

She is positioned in Hawaii and you will have your choice of cruising grounds. Go over the top of the Pacific High and explore the Aleutians, Alaska, and the Inside Passage. Drop down to Christmas Island and Kiribati and back to French Polynesia, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, or Australia. Or hang a left and head back to Panama. She has always been actively cruised, always been upgraded, always been cared for and always kept ready-to-go.

Where will she take you? Contact Matthew today.

Significant Upgrades

  • New SD 60 Sail Drives (in process 2024)
  • New Feathering Max Props (in process 2024)
  • New Salon Cushions (2024)
  • New Hardtop Bimini (2022)
  • New mainsail, genoa, screecher and gennaker (2022)
  • New mainsail bag (2022)
  • New Reefing system, replacement of blocks as needed (2022)
  • New Harkin furler and headstay (2022)
  • New Karver furler (2022)
  • New Dyneema emergency stay (2022)
  • New flybridge throttle controls (2022)
  • New standing Rigging.(2022)
  • New Bluewater EX XT 360M water maker (2022)
  • New Viking RescYou Pro 8 liferaft (2022)
  • New aft deck canvas enclosures (2022)
  • New Propane valve system (2022)
  • New Raymarine Axiom 12 RV Nav system with radar and dual MFDs (2022)
  • New Raymarine AIS 700 system (2022)
  • New Satellite phone and email system (2022)
  • New Raymarine EV 400 Auto Pilot with backup system (2022)
  • Helm Kill Switch (2022)
  • Four Additional Solar Panels mounted on hardtop (2022)
  • New emergency tiller (2022)
  • New Highfield 360 Tender (11′ 10″) with 30hp Honda outboard (2022)
  • New alternators and added a spare (2022)
  • New Dometic toilets in all heads (2022)
  • New CO2, smoke and propane detectors (2022)
  • New USB outlets in all cabins (2022)
  • New 220V high volume trash pump with two inch discharge line (2022)
  • New fire extinguishers (2022)
  • New tri color masthead light (2022)
  • Tinted front and side salon windows (2022)
  • New zincs (2022)
  • New Petit Trinidad 75 bottom paint (2024)
  • New impellers (2024)
  • New emergency thru hull plugs (2022)
  • New Epirb (2022)
  • New safety harnesses and lanyards (2022)
  • New Fortress anchor and new Maxwell anchor windless (2022)
  • New mooring lines (2022)
  • New full tool set including cordless drills, sawzall, grinder & bolt cutters (2022)
  • New Sextant (2022)
  • Serviced all motors and systems. Replaced all belts and filters (2024)
  • Full set of steering cables, div. lines and ropes (2016)
  • Trampoline nets (2016)
  • Cummins Onan Gen Set: Full service and new high pressure fuel pump (2016)
  • Fridge Cockpit (2016)
  • 400′ shoretie line on stainless spool (2021)
  • Rudder Bearings replaced (2016)
  • Foot switches for flybridge winch (2016)
  • Cockpit canvas (2021)
  • Upgraded helm cushions (2019)
  • Mastervolt battery charger (2017)
  • Wallas diesel forced air heaters (2017)
  • New master stateroom AC pump plus spare (2024)
  • Main halyard and main sheets (2018)
  • New Forward Engine Mounts (in process 2024)
  • New Flybridge tachometers (2024)
  • Starboard engine heat exchanger (2018)
  • New Maretron water tank monitoring system (2024)
  • Starboard engine wiring harness (2020)
  • Bottom stripped to fiberglass, new barrier coat, new boot stripe (2021)
Catamaran Name:S/V Beverly Ann
Year Built:2010
Designer:Marc Van Peteghem / Vincent Lauriot Prevost
Loa:44.5 ft
Lwl:12,75m / 41'10"
Beam:25' 3"
Draft:4' 3"
Displacement:12,15 t / 26791 lbs
Mast Height:21,40m / 70'3"
Fuel Tanks:2 (86 Gallons)
Water Tanks:2 (86 Gallons)
Cabins: 3
Heads: 3
Engines:2 x Yanmar 54 hp
Engine Hours: 3207 / 3220
Sails:Square Top Mainsail 79m2, 3 reefs (2022)
Genoa 42m2 (2022)
Screecher (2022)
Lazy Jacks and Lazy Bag (2022)
Gennaker 90m2 (2022)
Storm Jib 8m2

Layout Diagram

Catamaran Inventory


  • Length Overall: 44.5 ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 3"
  • Beam Measure: 25' 3"


  • Total Power: 108
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 3207
  • Engine Power: 54 hp
  • Total Power: 108
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 3220
  • Engine Power: 54 hp

Dimensions & Details

  • Owner Version – 3 cabins
  • LOA: 13.60 m
  • Beam: 7.70 m
  • Minimum Draft: 1.30 m
  • Maximum Draft: 1.30 m
  • Generator: Cummins Onan 9.5 KW
  • Watermaker (New 2022):
  • Cruisair a/c: 4 units
  • Wallas diesel forced air heat (2017)
  • Laundromat: 3 kg (6.6 lbs)

Significant Spares

  • Owner does not warrant the current number of filters, impellers, belts, oil and misc parts on board.
  • Filters – engine & gen set. Fuel, oil, trans
  • Impellers – engine and gen set
  • Spare salt water pump
  • Thermostat – one for engine and one for gen set
  • Belts – engine and gen set
  • Spare alternator and regulator w bracket
  • Spare alternator wiring harness
  • Spare bilge pump
  • Spare fresh water pump
  • Spare macerator pump
  • Spare propane regulator, solenoid and pigtails
  • Spare assorted light bulbs, fuses, breakers
  • Spare bulbs for nav lights
  • Spare wire
  • Misc wire connecters
  • Rolls electrical tape
  • Dinghy repair kit
  • Prop puller
  • Hose clamps, various sizes
  • Prop and hull zincs
  • Assorted nuts, bolts, washers and screws
  • Sail repair sewing kit
  • Bilge oil absorbent sheets
  • Collinite 885 Fleetwax
  • Collinite 920 fiberglass cleaner
  • Propspeed
  • Silicone caulking – two 3 0z tubes,
  • WM Multi-caulk Polysulfide – two 3 Oz tubes, one 10 Oz tube with caulking gun
  • Everfix Epoxy stick
  • WM Head Lube
  • Emergency fiberglass repair kit
  • Spare steering cables
  • Spare blocks.
  • 100 feet of garden hose.
  • High Tensile Strength chain for backup anchor 3/8″ by 100′
  • Shackle for backup anchor chain

Electrical System

  • Separate Starter batteries for each engine and gen set
  • 6 service batteries, total 1020 Ah
  • Mastervolt Battery Charger 100A
  • Inverter 1800W; 12V/DC to 220V/AC / 50Hz
  • Fridge and Freezer Stainless Steel version in Galley/Saloon
  • Additional fridge in cockpit (2015)
  • 6 cabin top Solar Panels (unknown wattage)
  • 4 flybridge top Solar Panels 800 watt (2022)
  • Windgenerator Superwind (total refit 2016)
  • First Lagoon 440 to be fully equipped with LED lights throughout the boat

Instruments & Electronics

  • Two Raymarine MFD Chart Plotters in Saloon and on Flybridge
  • 9 CF Navionics Gold cards covering: Canada and SE Alaska, USA & Bahamas, Central & South America, Pacific Islands, Australia & New Zealand, Africa & Middle
  • East, Europe West, Skagerak & Kattegat, Norway. (Buyer to verify older card compatibility with new chartplotters)
  • Raymarine Autopilots with control on flybridge and remote control in Saloon (2022)
  • Total of three ST70 Instruments. (2022)
  • Raymarine VHF System with one handheld and external speakers in saloon and on Flybridge (2022) (new speaker 2016)
  • Raymarine AIS receiving and transmitting (2022)
  • Raymarine Masthead Windspeed (2022)
  • Raymarine Quantum 11 Doppler Radar (2022)
  • Electronic Marine Barograph Bohlken Westerland
  • Raymarine Satellite Phone (2022)
  • SSB Radio ICOM IC-M802, all frequencies open for HAM use with Pactor4 Modem
  • DR7400 combined with its own GPS Handheld (January 2015) (Buyer to test – unused by Seller)
  • Raymarine Video Cameras showing stern port and starboard. (Not connected)


  • Square Top Mainsail 79m2, 3 reefs (2022)
  • Genoa 42m2 (2022)
  • Screecher (2022)
  • Lazy Jacks and Lazy Bag (2022)
  • Gennaker 90m2 (2022)
  • Storm Jib 8m2
  • Harken Winches. Electric Power Winches for Main Halyard, Main sheet and Davits

Disconnected/Non-working Items

  • Lower tachs and throttle controls. (Have not worked since I bought boat. They may be disconnected)
  • Foot pumps for water in Galley.
  • Old water gauges.

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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.”