Thursday, September 29, 2011
PHOTOS CAN BE FOUND!
Innisfree IV a Lagoon 380 S2 owner's version (3 cabins/2 heads) catamaran is a very comfortable, livable and manageable platform. The owner cabin is in the starboard hull with a full bath forward, a large queen berth aft and a desk space in between. Storage is excellent with plenty of hanging lockers and shelf space. The main saloon has 6'5" headroom and comfortably seats 8 at the central table with additional storage under the settees. The galley up layout keeps the cook in the middle of the social action and the sliding glass window instantly connects the galley with the cockpit. The large cockpit on the Lagoon 380 will seat 8 comfortably and is open to the interior of the boat with a large sliding glass door and a sliding window to the galley. The helm station on port is well protected from the elements by the cabin top and provides good visibility forward.
Innisfree has a featured Custom Arch for the Main Sheet Traveler, misc. equipment and built in custom Seating!
Laminated countertop with 2 flush single stainless steel sinks
3 burner stove
Cupboard under sink
Storage compartment in central seat
Electrical fridge with freezer 12 V
Wide sliding window
Deck & Equipment
3 roof winches, Harken 40.2 ST
2 winch handle
2 winch handle holders in cockpit
6 mooring cleats
800w LEROY SAMPSON electric anchor windlass in anchor locker
Stainless steel stern and bow pulpits with stern running light and horseshoe buoy mount
Aluminum stanchion bases
Double stainless steel lifelines
Stainless steel roof-mounted handrails
Custom bimini with storage pouch
Large cockpit, functional as deck salon, direct access from port transom
Steering station on roof bulkhead, engine controls, engine panels, compass, custom mount for GPS/radar
Steering system by cable
Epoxy / glass rudders and shafts
Storage locker in cockpit sea
Propane locker in cockpit seat
Custom teak step
Engel Fridge/Freezer 12VDC/120VAC Portable in cockpit
Direct access to water, port side
Deck shower on port side
Stainless steel swim ladder on port side
Rubber transom rubrails
Delta plow anchor 35 pound primary anchor
FX-23 secondary anchor including storage bag; New
Book hook telescoping
Waterproof cockpit speakers
Mast mounted TV antenna
Electronics & Navigation
McMuro G5 EPRIB
Raymarine E80 color radar and GPS chartplotter combination
Radar dome/antenna mounted high, mid-mast on "scan-strut"
(2) Color displays, one at helm and one at navigation station
Full integration of helm display with autopilot via NMEA wiring connection: "go to" function on gps controls autopilot
Electronic Chart cards (chips) for GPS system: covering the Gulf of Mexico , the East Coast of the United States and the entire Caribbean Sea.
Raymarine instruments the helm:
Wind (wind direction and speeds in true and apparent)
Speed through water, water depth, water temperature, mileage log
At the navigation station inside :
Raymarine RCA 35 chart plotter/remote display.
Raymarine VHF radio at nav station
ICOM M802 SSB communications receiver/transmitter. Wire rope antenna. Guest Dynaplate.
Raymarine LifeTag man overboard system
Skymate satellite communications system.
Globalstar satellite phone.
Flat screen televisions in owner's cabin
Sony marine stereo in Salon (new 2009)
Freshwater system with one main pressure pump
Hot water system with 22 l / 5.8 gal hot water heater
2 Jabsco heads
Engine & Mechanical
Twin 27 HP Yanmar 3GM30F three cylinder diesel engines with SD-20 sail-drives
Engine cut-off in cockpit
Dual-lever engine control at helm station
Soundproofed engine compartments
Engine air intake in transom
Access to engine compartment on transom
1 Group 24 battery
4 4D batteries
Sails & Rigging
Fully-roached mainsail, sail area 47m2 / 505 sq ft. and battens
Furling genoa, sail area 31 m2 / 334 sq. ft with UV protective band
Spinnaker halyard with turning block
Anodized aluminum mast, 15 m / 49', deck stepped, with mainsail track and cars
Single spreader rig with triple diamond wires
Anodized aluminum boom
2 hull-mounted shroud chain plates
1 crossbeam-mounted forestay chain plate
Sprit for light air sail
1 mainsail halyard, custom mounted to arch with travelor adjustment
1 genoa halyard
1 multi-purchase mainsail sheet and traveler on arch
2 genoa sheets
2 genoa tracks and genoa car
2 genoa cars with adjustable fairleads
2 mainsail reef lines
1 main sail outhaul
1 mainsail topping lift
1 genoa furling line
2 lazy jacks
As Always you can find me at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 954-821-6450 for any further inquiries. Thanks for the opportunity!
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Double Trouble, a 1997 Lagoon 37 Catamaran for Sale is a true owners version. She is big, roomy, responsive and sea kindly. Preferred by live aboards as a long distance cruiser with exceptional quality in her manufacturing. She is easily sailed on all points. Performance, comfort and exceptional storage are very good for a cruising boat of this size.
Layout & Accommodations
The Lagoon 37 Catamaran for Sale was introduced in 1993. Double Trouble built by Tillotson Pearson in Rhode Island has the Lagoon(VPLP) trademark curvaceous bridgedeck cabin which is completely in proportion with the simple hull shapes, giving an overall clean and sophisticated appearance. In moderate winds the boat will tack through 90 degrees although better progress to windward is made at larger tacking angles. From her spacious aft cockpit you walk into her main saloon through the large sliding entry door with screen and enter into a comfortable 360 view of a spacious main saloon with a U shaped newly covered settee that comfortably seats 8 guests around the high/low expandable table. Her port hull mid ship galley is well appointed with new counter tops and lots of storage. A True owner’s version with 2 cabins and 2 heads. Both large head compartments feature a large shower with vanity, sink and medicine cabinet. The owner’s cabin located starboard has a new queen size custom coolmax memory foam mattress. The guest cabin to port also features a queen size mattress. Both cabins offer lots of room and storage.
Force Ten Propane Stainless Steel 3 burner Stove with Oven/BroilerNovaKool Refrigerator with Freezer runs on AC or DC power(new)Laminate Countertops (new)MicrowaveDouble stainless steel sinkFaucet with Fresh waterWater filter 2 drawers 7 cabinets including under sink storage and trash bin1 open bin
Deck & Equipment
Depth finder, radar, compass, radio, wind speedCanvas Bimini Top Mesh Enclosures for cockpit Force Ten Gas grillSpeaker to sound system3 large lockers under wrap around seatingPropane tank lockerShower and dive ladder on Port sideAnchors: (1) claw, (1) plow (1) Fortress FX 37 storm anchorWindless: Lofrans Tigress/ 44653 with chain counter
Electronics & Navigation
2 Standard VHF RadiosFuruno Weather FaxAutohelm ST4000 Autopilot Autohelm Tridata Wind Speed IndicatorAutohelm Depth sounderFuruno 1621 RadarGarman Chart Plotter/GPS6” Plastimo Compass
AC Power (2) 30 amp shorepowerDC Power (4) 6volt batteriesCharger/Inverter (1) Heart Inverter Interface Link 20003 Solar Panels Shell Oil 75 w each, on transom bracketFresh H2/o PumpAqua Marine Water MakerAtlantic Marine Water Heater T6E/ 69F2 Jabsco Heads2 showersHolding tank monitoring system
Engine & Mechanical
Mermaid Air Conditioning with reverse cycle 16,000BTU2 Yanmar Diesel Engines 18 horsepowerFull engine instrumentation with alarmsStainless Steel Propeller Shaft with Dripless Stuffing boxHalon Auto Fire ExtinguishersRaycor Fuel Filters on each engineEntec West Generator 4KW
Sails & Rigging
Main sail- UK sails- 496 square feetGenoa - Doyle Sails on Roller Furler 344 square feet Aluminum mast (deck stepped) & boomSail Track5/16” Shrouds & Stays with staylock fittingsLazy Jack and Main Sail CoverBoom VangSpreaders and boots, 10 Line clutches 3 Lewmar self tailing two speed #48 winchesTraveler of Main
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