The Lagoon 440 has made an enviable name for itself a solid and reliable cruiser, whether you want to set off around the world or for weekends away with the family.
This 2006 Lagoon 440 ticks so many boxes, four cabins so ample room for friends and family, she's been very well maintained with recent engine overhaul, new water maker, new sails, 1500 watt solar panels, 3000 watt inverter, radar, a new RIB and outboard is included so you can make the most of those remote anchorages. Her interior cushions were re upholstered, topsides polished and she's ready for her next loving owner.
JUST REDUCED USD50,000
Paul has more than 25yrs experience in the yachting industry. Originally a shipwright and then working on super yachts for many years around the world. After 6 happy years in Singapore, Paul now lives in wonderful Indonesia and is ready to help you find your ideal yacht or find a new home for your existing one. email@example.com Mobile : +62 878 833 09010
Viewing a yacht in Indonesia is easy with our experienced team based in Jakarta and Bali. We can arrange a driver to collect you from the airport, your hotel or any other location and take you to see yachts in Bali or Jakarta. We can help you through the complete yacht purchase process including arranging finance, moorings, yacht care or complete yacht management to make your purchase and future ownership a pleasure!
Please contact Paul Whelan at +62 (0)878 8330 9010
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Marc Van Peteghem & Vincent Lauriot Pr?vost
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 44 ft 8 in
Beam: 25 ft 3 in
LWL: 41 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 3 in
Displacement: 23483 lbs
Dry Weight: 23148 lbs
Large storage locker on port side of cockpit with wet bar ; other options available (cockpit fridge,icemaker, etc?)
Speckled beige synthetic resin countertop
Sliding window between cockpit and galley
Genset locker under settee
Storage for gas tank under settee
Built-in storage area for cockpit table in bimini roof
Main 12V electrical panel with plexi door on port side of salon next to companionway
Ammeter, voltmeter, circuit breakers, back lighting, water gauge, 12V outlet
2 engine start batteries: 12 v- 110 Amp
3 house batteries: 12 v-140 Amp
Battery charge distribution relay
AC circuit including : shorepower transom socket, 14M (45?) shorepower cord, electrical panel with 4 breakers voltmeter, 2 sockets in galley, 1 socket at nav station, 1 socket in TV/Hifi cabinet, 1 socket per cabin.
Galley in main salon to starboard with direct access to cockpit through sliding window