Lagoon 450 (Florida)

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Asking: $599,000 (USD) Location: St Petersburg, Florida (Florida)
Larimar is a St Petersburg, Florida based 2017 Lagoon 450 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.

Stunning owner’s version 450, complete with hard top over helm. Always privately owned, never chartered. All electric winches, code zero rig and pole. Life raft. Folding props. Leather upholstery. Never been in a named storm. Water maker.

Replacing an icon is never easy, but when the Lagoon 450 replaced the 440, a new benchmark was created. The Lagoon 450 has taken several items ideas from its predecessor, enhanced them through owner feedback, and created a larger sail area for favorable cruising speeds.

The 450 flybridge version gives optimal visibility and access to sailing controls while providing easy access to the main cockpit and seating areas via twin stair wells. Cushions and lounging areas abound for the family and crew to relax under way or in port. 

As with all Lagoon catamarans the vertical windows provide superb visibility while maximizing interior space and keeping the interior cool under those overhanging eyebrows. Decks are easy to move around on with flush deck hatches. Lagoon’s proprietary gull wing bridge-deck design minimizes slamming in big seas.

 

Specifications
Catamaran Name:Larimar
Model:450
Year Built:2017
Builder:Lagoon
Construction:Fiberglass
Loa:45ft 10in / 13.97m
Lwl:43ft 11in
Beam:25ft 10in
Draft:4ft 3in
Displacement:20 tonnes
Mast Height:78ft 0in
Fuel Tanks:300 gallons
Water Tanks:225 gallons
Cabins:3
Heads:3
Engines:2 x 57 YANMAR 4JH57 2017
Engine Hours:1090 / 1090
Sails:Code 0 In D4 Grey
Code 0 Rig And Pole
Extra For Dacron Square Top Mainsail In Lieu Of Standard

Layout Diagram

Catamaran Inventory

Layout & Accommodations

  • Owner (3 Cabins, 3 Heads)
  • Curtains On Salon Door And Aft Window Special Leather Upholstery (salon & Settees) 1 Additional S/steel Fridge (in Lieu Of Standard) + 1 S/steel Freezer
  • Additional Freezer 110l/29 Us Gal In Lieu Of 2nd Fridge
  • Cruisair A/c 48000 Btu 110v
  • Fans In Salon And Cabins
  • Under Bed Slats
  • Washer/dryer 5kg/ 11 Lbs 110v
  • Aft Portholes In Aft Cabins With Curtains Leather Bulkhead Organizers In The Cabins Bathroom Floor With Wooden Slats
  • Cockpit Fridge
  • Cockpit Ice Maker

Galley

  • 1 Additional S/steel Fridge (in Lieu Of Standard) + 1 S/steel Freezer
  • Additional Freezer 110l/29 Us Gal In Lieu Of 2nd Fridge
  • Additional Fridge 130l (34 Us Gal)

Deck & Equipment

  • 12v Cockpit Fridge 80l (21 Us Gal)
  • 2 Sunlounger Pads For Trampoline Carbon Beige
  • Aft Cockpit Cushions Carbon Beige
  • Aft Cockpit Floor In Teak
  • Cockpit Sides And Aft Sun Canvas Taupe Folding Carbon Gangplank With Cover Forward Cockpit Cushions Carbon Beige
  • Kit Of Covers Taupe (for Optional Coffee Table + 1 Std Large Table + Wheel Station) Outboard Engine Bracket On Pushpit
  • Sides Around Aft Cockpit With Windows Taupe Sunlounging Area Cushions On Flybridge Carbon Beige
  • Windlass Remote Control At Flybridge With Chain Counter
  • Bimini Hard Top With Led Lights & Windows Ladder
  • Solar Panels With Controller
  • Eisenglass Full Enclosure
  • Spreader And Deck Lights
  • Helm Seat Cushions
  • Deck Courtesy Lights In Cockpits, Transoms And Flybridge
  • Indirect Lighting In Cabins And Salon Waterproof Loudspeakers In Cockpit And Fly With Remote
  • Spectra Catalina 340 14 Gph Water Maker.
  • Brand New Stack Pack

Electronics & Navigation

  • 2nd H50 Handset At Helm Station For Vhf B&g Ais 400 B&g Transceiver With Antenna Coupling B&g 4g Radar
  • B&g Autopilot Remote
  • B&g Vhf V50
  • B&g Wifi Module
  • B&g Zeus 12” Display At Helm Station
  • B&g Zeus 12” Display At Nav Station
  • Bose 2.1 Loudspeakers In Salon
  • Prefitting For Tv Furniture With Electric Lift In The Salon 110v
  • Tv Antenna
  • Fusion Usb Player
  • Navigation Pack B&g
  • Garmin Gps 741xs Chart Plotter

Electrical, Power & Plumbing

  • 3 Additional Service Batteries 140amp + 2nd 40amp Charger
  • Pulpits With Wooden Seats
  • Electrical Circuit With 60 Amp Battery Charger
  • Battery Controller
  • Extra Fresh Water Tanks Port & Stbd 2 X 175l (2 X 46 Us Gal)
  • Deck Wash Pump Sea Water/fresh Water
  • Sea And Freshwater Foot Pumps Freshwater Dock Inlet
  • Gel Batteries In Lieu Of Standard Acid Batteries
  • Inverter 12/110v
  • Usb Sockets In The Cabins (x4)
  • Quiet Flush Electrical Toilets, With Fresh Water Conversion

Engine & Mechanical

  • Pair Of 3 Blades Folding Propellers
  • Yanmar 57hp Engines

Sails & Rigging

  • Code 0 In D4 Grey
  • Code 0 Rig And Pole
  • Extra For Dacron Square Top Mainsail In Lieu Of Standard
  • Electric Winch For Davits 40.25staeh
  • All Electric Flybridge Winches In Lieu Of Standard
  • Tri Color Mast Head Light
  • Flag Halyards On Spreaders
  • Pair Of S/steel Davits & Manual Winch Electrical Manoeuvre Winch To Starboard Side 50.2staeh

Additional Information

  • All Safety Equipment Including 6 Man Life Raft Safety Equipment: Flares, Hook, Extinguishers 2kg With Mano, Bucket, Horseshoe
  • Buoy, Lifebuoy Light Led, 1 Set Of 2 Life Line, Anchoring Ball, Motoring Cone, Signaling Mirror, Woodens Pins, Fire Blanket, Set Of Flag (us, N, C, Q), Automatic Life Jacket 275
  • N, Harness Tether Single Snap Hook, Life Raft Transcocean 8, And Insulating Blanket.

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Mike @ Yachts Unlimited

By Mike @ Yachts Unlimited

I was born and raised in the UK and come from a family of sailors. From a very young age, I was surrounded by boats and have been sailing since I could walk and talk. Our family spent summers in the picturesque village of Abersoch, the sailing mecca of North Wales. The sea runs firmly in my blood and I remain a very passionate sailor. One of my most memorable childhood experiences (age 6) was when I took out our little 12 foot wooden "Mirror Dingy", no one actually explained to me how to ‘come about’, so I just kept sailing in the same direction until my Father came out to rescue me. I have not stopped sailing since, but have finally mastered the art of tacking!