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Lagoon 47
(14,10 m) - 1996

Layout :

  • Length : 14,10 m (46' 2")
  • Beam: 7.6 m (24'11'')
  • Draft: 1.2 m (3’11’’)
  • Lightweight tonnage: approx. 9 tons (approx. 19 840 lbs)
  • Hull material: GRP
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Engines: 2 x 55 HP YANMAR

Tax paid in French Polynesia. Currently in the West Indies.


Price : 22,3 M XPF / 187 000 €

Offshore sailing catamaran, comfortable and fully equipped.

Robust and reliable. Totally self-sufficient.

Charter version 4 double cabins + 4 bathrooms.


Interior fittings :

Sleeps 8

  • 4 double cabins (2 in each hull)
  • 4 heads
  • Vast saloon with a fixed table
  • Large galley in the port hull
  • Chart table in the nacelle
  • Sailing berth near the chart table
  • Large cockpit with fixed table and comfortable seats

Listing :

Construction

GRP sailing catamaran, Lagoon 47 type, polyester foam core sandwich construction built in 1995 by Lagoon France, designed by the architects Van Peteghem - Lauriot Prévost. She was launched in 1996.
During her first years she belonged to the charter company "Stardust" in French Polynesia and was used as a crewed charter catamaran.
In 2004 she was purchased by her second owner. He sailed her to the United States for a complete refit and added equipments (generator, watermaker, painted the hulls with Awlgrip, etc...).
She was bought by her third owner in 2005. He changed both engines and sail drives, installed a wind generator and solar panels and lived on the boat in the Caribbean - St Lucie.
In 2007 she was purchased by her current owners. They continued the improvements and prepared her for long sailing voyages. They have been sailing since: in the Caribbean, Venezuela, Panama, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, Cuba, Bahamas, United States, Colombia, French Polynesia, Cooks and Tonga. They are currently in the West Indies. This catamaran has a french registration, hailing port Saint-Martin (tax excluded).

Engines

YANMAR 4JH4E: 2 x 55 HP inboard engines (2005), 4000 hours each
2 Sail drives SD50
2 x 3-blade propellers (2009)
2 fuel tanks for a total capacity of 400L (44 US gallons)

Sloop rigging

MARECHAL mast, 2 sets of spreaders, HARKEN track and ball bearing cars
Ball bearings were replaced in 2011
QUANTUM full-battened mainsail (2004) with lazy bag (2014), 3 reefing lines, revised every year
Genoa in perfect condition and a new spare one
Canoe boom
2 self-tacking jibs (incl. one new) on PROFURL furler (2004)
Symmetrical spinnaker (reinforced in 2011) with sock (2004)
Storm jib
Removable stay
Electric winch (2014)

Ground tackle

Electric windlass 1000 W (GOIOT)
Main anchor: plow anchor + 60 meters (196 ft) of 10 mm chain
Secondary anchor: 1 anchor + 20 meters (66 ft) of 10 mm chain
Fortress anchor + 30 meters (98 ft) of large diameter anchor rode
Several hawsers - Fenders - Buoys

Comfort

2 water tanks of 250L (66 US gallons), inside repainted in 2010
OFFSHORE MARINE watermaker 220V - 120L/H (2004), 2 membranes 40' (March 2008)
Water heater (new in 2010)
Oven (propane + grill)
3-burners propane stove
Double sink, pressurized cold and hot water
Existing (but unused) seawater foot pumps
DANFOSS fridge 12V (seawater cooling)
Freezer, capacity 70L (air cooling)
4 indoor showers and 1 outdoor shower
4 manual toilets Lavac, one of them connected to the holding tank (2008)
LED lights (2011)

Electrics

House batteries: 10 x 115 Ah - 6V TROJAN (February 2017)
Engine batteries: 2 x 100 Ah (February 2017)
Generator battery: 1 x 75 Ah
4 solar panels (100 W and 80 W)
D 400 wind generator (2005)
NORTHERN LIGHT generator 5 kW in insulating cocoon - 4000 hours (2004)
MASTERVOLT battery charger: 60 Amp
12V/110V inverter
220V and 110V circuit

Electronics

ICOM M 502 VHF
Autopilot with hydraulic central
RAYMARINE nav station
FURUNO radar

Dinghy

Hard bottom RIB AB 3.1 meters
10 HP outboard engine TOHATSU 2 strokes (2017)

Miscellaneous

Davits
Rigid sun awning system with side enclosures, offers excellent protection even during bad weather conditions
Paint (2013), mast and boom paint (2014)
Rudders bearings (2013)
Saloon upholstery (2014)
Stainless steel barbecue
Passageway between the trampoline nets from mastfoot to fore beam
Numerous fenders and ropes
Spare parts and tools
Last bottom paint: October 2015

Main strengths

A personalized catamaran, comfortable and secure, even in heavy seas.
She belongs to the previous generation of solidly built catamarans, with high-quality equipments, sometimes even oversized.
Structurally in excellent condition.
Daily maintained for offshore and transatlantic cruising.

Last modified : 30/01/2018



ATTENTION

The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.



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