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Specifications and Equipment

Brand: Lagoon

Model: 420, Owners’ Version

Year: 2008 build, model 2009

Design Category: A [waves >4m, wind >Force 8]

Registration / Flag: Australia

 

Dimensions

LOA: 12.64m / 42ft

Beam: 7.53m / 24.7ft

Draft: 1.3m / 4.26 ft

Engines and Propellers

Engine Make: 2 x Yanmar 3JH4E, 40hp diesel, approx 2900 hours each (*1000-hour service for both engines at Yanmar mechanic, February 2019)

Propellers: 2 x Gori, 3-blade folding propellers

 

Tanks

Fuel: 2 x 300 litres / 2 x 79 gallons

Water: 3 x 175 litres / 3 x 46 gallons

Waste: 2 x 80 litres / 2 x 21 gallons

 

Interior Layout & Amenities

3 Cabin owners version

Forward skippers cabin and head

Table in saloon lowers with cushion for fourth double bed

3 Electrical heads/3 Separate Showers

Wooden slats on all bathroom floors

Washing machine

Dessalator watermaker 12v – 60 ltr / 15.8 gal per hour (*Dessalator service and one new membrane installed September 2018)

LED lighting throughout

‘Light Alpi’ woodwork

Under bed slats for 3 cabin version

Blackout shades and flyscreens on all cabin and shower hatches (*3 new in February 2019)

Fridge 133 ltr / 35 gal

Freezer 80 ltr / 21 gal

Tv/DVD player in saloon and Tv/DVD player in master cabin

Multiple speakers in saloon, cockpit and foredeck

Fans in all cabins and saloon

3 Burner gas hotplate

ENO gas oven and grill

2 bowl sink with fresh, filtered and salt water

3-stage carbon pre-filter system for galley sink

 

Electronics Helm And Nav Station

Raymarine E120 GPS Chartplotter (Navionics charts for all of the Mediterranean, Canary and Cape Verde Islands, Caribbean and South America)

Raymarine AIS 700, transmit and receive (*New June 2018)

Raymarine ST70 instruments for depth, log, speed, wind etc.

Raymarine Raytech Radar (24 nm)

Raymarine X series Autopilot with remote Smart Controller ST 6002

Raymarine 55E VHF Radio at Nav station

RayMic secondary VHF unit mounted at helm (*New July 2018)

Handheld iCom VHF Radio

 

Electric Systems

Solaris walk on Solar Panels, 530 watts

Victron MPPT controller (*New July 2018)

3 x 250Ah, 12v AGM domestic batteries (*New December 2018)

2 x 120 amp 12v AGM engine start batteries

2 x 80 amp alternators (*Starboard alternator new December 2018)

2000 watt ENAG Inverter

Cristec 12v/40A and Victron Centaur 12v/60A Battery charger

Victron BMV-700 Battery Monitor (*New July 2018)

220 volt shore power socket and cord

220 volt electrical circuit throughout

Quick 40 ltr Hot water service (*New element March 2019)

 

Sails And Rigging

North Sail fully battened main with lazy bag

North Sail Genoa with Facnor Self Furlor

Asymmetrical Spinnaker with sheets and blocks

All lines lead back to the helm

**Standing rigging inspection and tune - November 2018.

**New forestay November 2018

 

 

On Deck

Lewmar Winches 4 Manual, 1 Electric

Caribe 11 ft Tender with 15 hp Mercury 2-stroke outboard (spare 6 hp Yamaha outboard)

Cockpit cushions and folding teak table

Raised helm seat cushions with larger back support (*New July 2018)

Cockpit fridge 80 ltr / 21 gal

Galleymate gas BBQ connected to house gas bottles

Teak floor in cockpit

Solid fibreglass bimini with sprayhood and sides around aft cockpit with PVC windows

Set of sun shades around aft cockpit in Coversol

Hot and cold deck shower

Swim ladder

Outboard motor bracket on pulpit

All navigation lights are LED

Bimini aft spot lights

Saloon roof and foredeck cushions

Bow wooden pulpits (*New teak seats installed February 2019)

Quick 1000w Windlass with wireless remote

Rocna 33 kg / 72lbs anchor with 75 m 10mm chain / 260ft

Spare Delta 20 kg anchor

Deck wash pump fresh/salt water

Karcher pressure washer

2 Game fishing rods and reels with rod racks on underside of bimini

Adjustable aluminium rod holders on pulpits

*Trampolines replaced May 2018

 

Safety Equipment

Plastimar 8-person liferaft - ISO 9650 (*Re-certified in July 2018)

Spare, soft Plastimo 4-person life raft in forward locker

EPIRB with built in GPS [Australian registered]

Self-inflating life jackets x 3

Life lines

Man Over Board rescue system

Life bouy and Danboy with light

3 Fire extinguishers (*New April 2018)

Emergency tiller

Bosun’s chair

Radar reflector

Flare kit (*New April 2018)

Boat hooks x 2

Fenders x 10

Assortment of mooring lines

 

 

Miscellaneous

Many miscellaneous items, including tools, oil pump, galley equipment (pans, kettle, crockery, cutlery, glasses etc) to be confirmed.

***UPDATE: The boat has just been anti-fouled in St Martin (14 March 2019) and is looking sweet!