Beat the TWO YEAR waiting list with a better than new Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht!
This fully loaded Motor Catamaran is all about comfort and superior socialising areas. The layout space will exceed your expectations. The aft deck is 247 sqft; and the total inside area is 893 sqft plus the vast flybridge! Highly desirable galley-down layout with four double guest cabins sleeping eight in total, plus two bow cabins sleeping a total of three crew. Every upgrade chosen and maintained like new by the owner and full-time captain following an interactive vessel management system. Ready for exploration. Tender and inventory included!
Beat the two-year waiting list. Fully-loaded, better-than-new Lagoon 630 MY
In Greek mythology, Daedalus was a skilful craftsman and artist, and was seen as a symbol of wisdom, knowledge, power and was the father of Icarus. We think this is a very apt name for this fabulous long-range Motor Catamaran.
This Lagoon 630MY Power catamaran is in the most desirable galley-down conﬁguration with four double-bed guest cabins sleeping eight in total comfort. Plus two bow crew cabins sleeping a total of three crew.
When the experienced owner built this yacht, he chose almost every option and upgrade, including larger engines, long range fuel tanks, larger main generator, a second generator, a larger watermaker, a larger inverter, a bow thruster and tropical air conditioning for all cabins, including crew.
Since its delivery at the end of 2015, the vessel has been maintained like new by the owner and a full-time captain and stewardess. A unique interactive vessel management system has been integral to her keeping her "as new".
However, the vessel is better than new because, all the usual new-boat bugs have been worked out and the owner has added over forty signiﬁcant improvements including
- A hand-held Yacht Controller for remote maneuvering & anchoring
- Second water-maker that operates on DC so water can be made underway
- Custom battery cooling system
- Shore water puriﬁcation system
- Fuel cleaning system
- Automatic gas ﬁre-extinguishing system with auto-close air vents and fuel shut oﬀ
- Oceanmaster tender: separate service and starter batteries, a solar charger, hydraulic sport steering, operating covers, and built-in VHF, depth senor and Lowrance chartplotter.
The full specifications are available by request
Engines: VOLVO D4 300 HP Diesel
Engine speed: 3500 RPM
Gearbox: HS63IV - (Ratio: 2.48/1)
Propellers: 4 Blades fixed propellers 24”x21"
Steering system: Electrical hydraulic steering system.
Bow Thruster: Electrical, 24V DC, 250 MM, 200 KGF
Manoeuvring system: EVC E VOLVO
Engine fire safety system: OEM was manual pull, powder system. Owner replaced with Fireboy automatic, HFC-227ea gas system that also automatically turns off fuel and closes all the air vents
Fresh water flushing: Fresh water hose connection to engine to flush salt water when in berth
Anti-salt protection system: Volvo QL Neutra-Salt dispenser system to neutralise salt in the engine’s raw water to prevent corrosion when at sea and do not have access to fresh water
Oil change pump system: In each engine compartment an oil pump connected by a manifold to switch among pumping out of Volvo’s oil sump or transmission or, in the port engine compartment, the Fischer Panda back-up generator’s engine oil.
2 x 230V AC, 64Amp in the transom (one for air conditioning and one for service)
Power sources are protected by breakers
Each shore power line has a multimeter (Volt, Amp. Watt, Frequency)
Onan MDKBV 19kva, 230v AC generator with cocoon Hours = 1675.4
Fischer-Panda 1000i 10kva, 240v AC generator Hours = 186
Simrad NSS eve 2 and NSO eve 2 with Navionics SD card and C-Map card (as each has strengths in different areas).
Simrad Broadband Radar 4G
Simrad NAIS-400 transponder. OEM shared antenna with VHF. To prevent VHF interference with AIS, owner installed separate, dedicated AIS antenna.
On starboard hull, DST-800 depth/temperature/speed over water sensor
Simrad forward sonar
Simrad W-110WX wind vane
Simrad AC-12 autopilot, RF25 rudder feedback, RC12 mini gyro compass and WR20 Wireless Remote
Simrad GoFree WIFI - Wireless Module
Simrad OP40 remote
Six screens, two at each of three helms stations
Simrad RS90 VHF - black box, built-in handsets and HS35 remote handsets
Simrad SonarHub & HDI Transducer
Simrad QS autopilot joystick (at saloon helms station)
Steering wheel, one at each flybridge helms station
2 x cameras at aft of flybridge providing picture of swim platforms on screen
Volvo NMEA interfaces at flybridge helms stations
On radar arch, FLIR M-618CS , gyro-stabilised and remotely swivelled dipped, night vision scope displaying on Simrad screens
On the radar arch, a Simrad HS-70 satellite compass and antenna to provide more accurate positioning
On radar arch, EchoMax Active-X-Band radar enhancer, which sends back radar queries with amplified signal to make the boat more visible at night
On the port hull a second DTS-800 depth sensor (to complement the OEM sensor on the on the starboard side), so that in narrow channels the captain can see whether the ten meter wide boat is drifting out of the channel.
Long range: 4 x aluminium fuel tanks totalling 4,781 l (2 x1529 l aft, 2 x 863 l forward)
Electronic sensor for level monitoring on the iPad yacht management system
Fuel fillers caps and vents on aft cross beam
Double diesel filter with alarm
- Fuel filter systems: pre-filter with water separator and primary filter
- Remote fuel shut off valves in aft cabins
- Automatic fuel shut off in case of fire. (See above.)
- In each engine compartment, ESI fuel cleaning system that on timer pumps fuel out of tanks through 2 micron filters and magnetic micro-organism killer, and back into fuel tanks for as many cycles as necessary.
4 freshwater tanks 240 l each, total 960l, under cabin floors
Freshwater levels visible on the electronic management system iPad in saloon
Freshwater circuit with 2 x 24V DC pressure pumps (located behind engine compartments
2 x 63.1 electric water heaters linked to engines heat exchangers
2 x transom showers (hot/cold) on both swim platforms
2 x water fillers on deck
Sea Recovery AquaMatic 1800 280l/h, 240V-AC watermaker
In port engine compartment, SeaRecovery Ultra-Whisper Compact 1800, second watermaker which runs on DC (so water can be made while underway using alternator/battery power).
In steering compartment shorewater water purification system involving 5 micron and 1 micron filters followed by a UV steriliser light.
UV steriliser light for water coming out of water tanks.
Carbon drinking water filter with special tap
Carbon drinking water filter in refrigerator
Folding carbon gangplank 2.6m with cover and 2 x sockets
Rope cutters on prop shaft
50% Vision Tex Mesh around the aft of the aft deck and the flybridge to protect people and equipment from hot sun
90% Vision Tex Mesh which during storage is installed around the flybridge and aft deck of the boat, allowing sufficient air flow and light to prevent mould, while allowing in only a tiny amount of sunlight and a small mist in heavy rains.
Every occupied space has the high-tech, small, solid-state fuel PFE1 and PFE2 fire extinguishers which last for five years without servicing, do not corrode and take up a tenth of the space of traditional cylinder extinguishers.
High quality, Kidde combination carbon-monoxide/smoke alarms in all cabins
Katydyn Survivor hand-pumped water desalinator for the ditch bag.
Honda WX-15 petrol driven emergency water pump for emergencies.
1 x Global-Fix V4 epirb with a ten-year-life battery that can be be replaced without a technician.
2 x FeelFree ocean-going kayaks
4 x Cruising Solutions Bluetooth headsets with microphone so crew can talk to each other without yelling
11 x Inflatable life jackets
11 x foam life jackets
6 x pocket life jackets for tender
Aqua Marine Inflatable Platform, used for crew cleaning hull on side opposite dock