Comfortable, roomy, and easy to sail! Superbly equipped and well-appointed, Waypoint ll is a 2008 Lagoon 420 owner’s version with 3 cabins and 3 heads catamaran for sale. She is outfitted for worldwide cruising in comfort and safety. Waypoint ll has been very well maintained and recently upgraded/updated in her equipment and cosmetically. Waypoint ll Lagoon 420 epitomizes easy liveaboard comfort and quality craftsmanship throughout this finely styled catamaran. She is designed to be ultra-spacious as well as very efficient and safe under sail, with all lines leading back to the helm. More Photo’s coming soon!
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Outside, the stern platforms are wide with safe access to the dingy. There is plenty of space to walk around the boat with hand holds strategically placed where needed.
The doors to the saloon open wide to let in all the outdoor living you desire. Large panoramic views from the salon and light wood interior create an open, airy feel. The galley looks out into the cockpit so the cook never has to feel left out and food can be served easily. The galley has plenty of counter space and storage. The galley in the saloon unites with the cockpit via sliding saloon door and sliding glass bay window, making this boat easy for entertaining family and friends.
The nav station looks out over the bow and the panoramic windows allow for safe, dry night watches.
The entire port side hull is dedicated to the owner’s cabin and separated from the main salon via sliding privacy door. The queen island-style bed has room to exit on both sides of the bed with a drawer for storage underneath. The owner’s stateroom also has ample storage, a love seat, and a desk. Ensuite Raritan Electrosan head with a separate shower.
Starboard hull is dedicated to guests. The starboard cabins both have "island-style" beds. Each cabin has its own head with shower.
Galley completely updated with new counters/sinks, faucet and 2 burner stove (2014)
• 2 Isotherm 130 refrigerator units (one in-salon and one in the cockpit: 2016))
• New salon and cockpit tables (new 2014)
• Portable convection oven
• Portable ice maker
One 40 ST Harken electric winch (new 2017) in stern of the cockpit for dingy lifting
• Muir 750 Storm electric windlass (new 2018)
• Rocna 25 kg anchor and 130 ft chain: Secondary anchor: Fortress with 250 feet rode
• 12-foot AB dinghy fitted with chaps: 9.8 Tohatsu electric start outboard (2016)
• All Floors refinished including adding teak-like floors in each head (2014)
• All saloon and cockpit cushions replaced and upgraded (2017)
• LED lights thru out the boat
• Cockpit has a teak floor
• Complete cockpit dodger
• Complete cockpit canvas enclosure and sunshades (2019)
• Propane Gas grill connected to main propane tank mounted on stern rail
• Transom shower unit
• Multiple add on handrails in the cockpit for safety
• Multiple PFDs and Offshore left vests, multiple throwable man-overboard floats
• Flares, flare gun
• New Trampolines (2018)
• Foredeck deck cushions and folding seating for 6
• Fore-ward deck sunshade
• Replacement of all deck hatches (2018)
• Complete set of all new docking lines (2019)
• Multiple fenders
• Forward storage lockers fitted with 2 level flooring to improve storage
Raymarine Electronics all updated 2017: ST60 depth, wind, speed
• Axium 12inch color chart plotter (2019) with updated charts
• Raymarine 12/24 Radar dome (2017)
• AIS (transmit and receive) (2017)
• Icom 802 SSB radio
• Icom 504 VHF radio
• Handheld Icom 88 VHF radio
• EPIRB (new battery 2019)
• Radio headsets for docking/ mooring
• 50 -amp service with 75 feet of electric cord
• 20 KW Onan Genset with 90- amp output (5700 hours)
• 4 Cruise-air Air/heat units (220 volts)
• 3000KW Xantrex SW inverter/charger (new 2012)
• Spectra 3000 water-maker
• (2) 45-gallon water tanks
• (2) 79-gallon fuel tanks
• (3) 145-watt Bosch solar panels located on the Bimini (2016)
• OutBack 80MPPTFlexmax inverter/controller for solar panels (2016)
• (4) 200-amp hour Lifeline house batteries, (2) Lifeline starter batteries (2020), (1) electrosan battery (2020)
• Raritan Electrosan head unit port side)
• Galvanic isolation unit (Quicksilver)
• (2) 1100 Rule bilge pumps (new 2018)
• 40-gallon Quick water heater (rebuild 2019)
• 40-inch Samung smart TV and Blueray player in saloon
• Stereo system with 10 speakers though out the boat
• Replacement of all sanitary hoses (2019)
• Large collection of Various tools for boat maintenance
• Multiple oil, fuel and water maker filters
• Multiple Spare parts
2) Yanmar 40 hp diesel engines that provide 8 knot cruising (new heat exchangers and new battery chargers 2020)
• Sail drive rope cutters (2019)
Her mast and sails were shortened to 64 ft to allow passageway thru the Intra-coastal waterway
• Doyle sails: (new 2011): New sail-bag and Lazy Jacks (new 2016)
• Asymmetrical spinnaker and riggings
• Harken furler (new 2018)
• All sail lines feed to cockpit which has one electric Harken 44ST winch, and two manual 46 ST Harken winches at the helm station
She has been owned by one owner who took possession in February 2008
Originally powered by electric motors and hybrid technology.
In May 2010 the boat was converted to diesel power (2)-40 horsepower Yanmar 3JHE engines with SD50 sail-drives (cone drives replaced 2016), new heat exchangers (2020) and (2) 90-gallon fuel tanks), thus engine hours are less than expected (965 hours)
The boat was in the Charter business (2008-2013) in Tortola, BVI. She was professionally maintained while in charter. In 2013 she was removed from charter and has only been operated by her owners since that date. Her sailing routes have included the US east coast, from Maine to the Florida Keys, the Chesapeake Bay, the US and British Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos. Her winters have been spent South or when in Northern climes she has been in dry dock for the winter seasons.
She has been cosmetically and her sailing equipment has been updated and overhauled extensively since coming out of Charter in 2013.
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