Lagoon TPI 42 (Florida)

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Asking: $185,000 (USD) Location: Miami, FL, US (Florida)
S/V ENDLESS SUMMER is a Miami, FL, US based 1993 Lagoon 42 TPI 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 BLUE WATER CAT is READY-TO-SAIL!

ENDLESS SUMMER is conveniently located in Miami. This vintage Lagoon is actually ICW friendly with a 63′ bridge clearance!  Only 500 engine hours since rebuild in 2019!  This 4 cabin boat has the forward port cabin converted into a pantry, making for a great Port Owner’s Hull, with a Queen cabin, Head, Galley and Huge Pantry forward!

First introduced in 1991, the Lagoon 42 is a boat of the style, build and layout quality that accelerated the popularity of the cruising catamaran in the USA. The Lagoon 42’s were made by TPI (Pearson in Rhode Island) with their state-of-the-art resin infusion process, and designed by the innovative French naval architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost (Jeanneau). The optimized hull construction using balsa and vinyl ester resin saves weight, which improves performance and sea-keeping. You will also never see a blister on these boats!

With striking good looks the catamaran received a lot of attention at her introduction to the market. Accentuated curves of the bridge deck cabin give the design panache as well as keeping the windage low and allowing her to point higher when close hauled.

As planned, many Lagoon 42’s were sold into the charter market, yet the boat is much more than just a party platform. She is a thorough blue water cruiser with excellent seakeeping, handles easily, points well and can cruise at high average speeds in comfort.

Awarded Sailing Multi-hull and overall Boat of the Year 1991 by Sailing World Magazine.

“ENDLESS SUMMER” is ready to resume blue water cruising! She has new trampolines, 1993 PERKINS engines rebuilt in 2019, and enough solar and batteries to keep the autopilot and the fridge going through the night!

This is a well-cared-for boat. Boat Manual available!

2023 Updates

  • New Bottom paint (seahawk tuffstuff primer + seahawk tropikote paint) October 2023
  • Replacement Thru hulls – Oct. 2023
  • Replaced Cutlass Bearings on both engines – Oct. 2023
  • New Reefing Lines #1 and #2 – 2023
  • New Bridal Lines – 2023
  • New Main Sheet and Jib Sheets – 2023
Specifications
Catamaran Name:S/V ENDLESS SUMMER
Model:42 TPI
Year Built:1993
Builder:Jeanneau (Tillotson Pearson Inc of Rhode Island)
Designer:Marc Van Peteghem / Vincent Lauriot Prevost
Loa:42' 0" (12.95m)
Lwl:38 '9" (11.8m)
Beam:22 7" (6.9m)
Headroom:1.90m (6'3")
Draft:(max.) 4'5" (1.35m)
Displacement:16,550 lbs
Mast Height:56'5" (17.2m)
Speed:Cruise 7.5 knots
Fuel Tanks:2 (40 Gallons)
Water Tanks:3 (40 Gallons)
Cabins: 4
Heads: 2
Engines:2 x PERKINS M30 (REBUILT 2019) 30 hp
Engine Hours: 500 / 500

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SPECS

  • Builder: Jeanneau
  • Designer: Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 42.5 ft
  • Length Waterline: 38.75 ft ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 6"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 65' 0"
  • Cabin Head room measure: 6' 5"
  • Beam Measure: 23' 6"
  • Free board Measure: 3' 0"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 60
  • Engine Brand: PERKINS
  • Engine Model: M30 (Rebuilt 2019)
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 500
  • Engine Power: 30 hp
  • Total Power: 60
  • Engine Brand: PERKINS
  • Engine Model: M30 (Rebuilt 2019)
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 500
  • Engine Power: 30 hp

Accomodations

  • 4 large cabins originally! Cabin forward of the galley has been converted to a large pantry. Therefore the owner’s port aft cabin, head, galley down and forward pantry are all in the same port hull. How convenient!!
  • 2 heads
  • Galley down
  • A feature of this early TPI is the opening port in the transom of each of the rear cabins making excellent ventilation to the hulls.

Saloon

  • Beautifully maintained cabinetry throughout the boat!
  • U-shaped settee with round table.
  • Separate chart table with storage.
  • Book shelf.
  • Outside shading for windows.
  • Inside drapes on saloon windows.
  • Holly/teak effect floors throughout the interior.
  • Extensive storage.
  • 2 opening hatches and a large sliding door.

Galley

  • Spacious Galley Down Layout
  • Shiny 2 burner propane stove and oven.
  • Built-in fridge, Frigaboat 2012
  • Built-in freezer, Frigaboat (Makes ice)
  • Corian type countertops with a double sink.
  • Fresh water by electric pump.
  • Foot pump for sea water.
  • Generous cupboard storage.

Cabins

  • 2 aft cabins with queen sized berths and side locker and seat.
  • Extra hatch as mentioned.
  • 1 cabin forward on Starboard side with double berth and shelving.
  • 1 large pantry in the former Port side forward cabin.
  • All cabins have cupboards and drawers, fans and extensive under berth storage.

Heads

  • 1 in each hull.
  • Lavac with manual pump. Bladder for waste storage option.
  • Stainless Steel sink.
  • Handheld shower. Shower Sump pumps.
  • In starboard hull is a wet locker, Circuit Breaker Panel and storage cupboards.

Cockpit and Deck

  • Large cockpit with wrap around seating and cushions.
  • Drop leaf table.
  • Folding sunbrella bimini.
  • Extensive lazarette and other lockers.
  • Edson pull/pull cable steering and helm.
  • 2 very large storage lockers in bows, anchor and propane lockers, and more storage in sternsteps.
  • Jack lines !
  • Davits with 9.8 ZAR MINI dinghy (2018).
  • Yamaha 15 hp outboard
  • Cold Swim shower on Stb Stern

Safety

  • EPIRB
  • 4 x offshore life jackets
  • 1 x Tether
  • 2 x throwable horseshoe life rings and a strobe light
  • Air horn
  • 4 x automatic bilge pumps
  • 2 x manual bilge pumps operated from cockpit.
  • Roving bilge pump
  • 3 x hand held fire extinguishers
  • Emergency escape hatch (Sealed).
  • Hinged swim ladder from lowest stern step.
  • Mast head and deck level nav lights

Water System

  • 200 US gals between 3 tanks.
  • Pressurized cold water to all sinks and deck shower on aft steps.
  • Watermaker, pickled 12 years ago.

Electrical

  • 3 x 250 watt solar panels (2018)
  • Solar controller
  • Magnum Energy battery monitor
  • 4 x AGM house batteries and 2x starter batteries.
  • Separate 12 volt and 110 volt electric panels and circuit breakers.
  • Dockside power leads.
  • 2000 W Magnum Sine Wave inverter (2015).

Electronics & Navigation

  • Raymarine Autopilot
  • GARMIN chart plotter.
  • ICOM VHF 2019 (No AIS)
  • SSB Icom 710 and tuner

Engines & Mechanical

  • 2 x PERKINS M30 30 hp. Reconditioned in 2019 with Only ~500 hours since.
  • Engines are accessible from the stern transoms hatches and under the aft berths.
  • Oil and Filters are changed every 100 hours.
  • 80 US gal diesel between 2 Aluminum tanks.
  • Shaft Drive transmissions.
  • 3 bladed bronze propellers.
  • Ground Tackle:
  • 55 lb galvanized steel Rocna anchor with 175ft of 3/8 galvanized steel chain
  • Electric windlass
  • Dinghy has a 15hp Yamaha outboard

Sails & Rigging

  • Fully Battened Mainsail – Far East – 2022
  • Self-tacking jib – Far East – 2022
  • ICW FRIENDLY!! 63′ Mast height !
  • New Standing Rigging in 2020
  • Rigging Surveyed and Approved in 2022

Miscellaneous

  • Various tools
  • Various spares
  • 5 x Snorkeling Masks & Fins
  • 4 x Scuba Dive Tanks
  • 2 x Fishing Rods plus Lures
  • Spear Sling
  • Customs and Courtesy Flags
  • New BBQ Grill
  • New Standup Paddle Board
  • 2 Floating Mats
  • 4 x 5 Gallon Fuel Cans
  • 2 x 5 Gallon Water Cans
  • Sun Shade

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George @ The Multihull Company

By George @ The Multihull Company

Born in Long Island, New York, George Ottoni is the first generation Brazilian-American in his family. His father shared his love for sailing with his young son with a fleet of seven model sailboats. Years of racing at New York’s annual Central Park Regatta resulted in a New York Times story depicting their boat in the lead, turning back halfway, and still finishing in 3rdplace. George became “hooked” on boating for life. After 21 years of operating a home-based business, George chose to reconnect with his boating dream and obtained a Florida Yacht Broker’s License. George is excited to share his passion for boating with his customers, as well as exceed your expectations in English, Portuguese and Spanish!