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Lagoon 440


Makarska, Croatia

  • €318,495 ex Vat






























  • Description

    2008 LAGOON 440 CATAMARAN
    4 Cabin 4 Heads Version

    Optional extras fitted over & above standard:

    • BIMINI
    • STEREORADIO/CD-PLAYER JVC
    • LCD/TV/DVD OPPO 21’’
    • ELECTRIC ANCHOR WINCH
    • 1 X STEERING WHEEL
    • COCKPIT TABLE
    • WARM WATER
    • AUTOPILOT NAVMAN
    • ECHOLOT NAVMAN
    • LOG/SPEEDOMETER NAVMAN
    • WIND INSTRUMENT NAVMAN
    • GPS NAVMAN (NAV. STATION + FLYBRIDGE)
    • VHF-TRANSMITTER NAVMAN
    • BARO-/HYGRO-/THERMOMETER
    • RADAR REFLECTOR
    • CLOCK
    • BINOCULARS
    • CENTRAL COMPASS
    • ANCHOR WITH CHAIN 45 m
    • ACCESSORY ANCHOR WITH 25 m ROPE
    • 6 MOORING ROPES
    • 6 FENDERS
    • GANGWAY
    • DINGHY WITH OARS AND PUMP

    • FULL BATTEN MAIN SAIL WITH LAZY BAG
    • ROLL GENOA


    Naval architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost based their design of the Lagoon 440 on the latest long-range cruising multihull technological developments. Even at first glance, it is apparent that care has been taken in the aesthetic and functional design of the yacht: on deck, the coach roof lines are long and elegant, the forms are dynamic, spaces are cleverly used, and ergonomics are optimal.

    KEY FEATURES:

    On Deck:

    • The raised central helm station gives perfect 360° visibility and all the control lines are within easy reach. Even a reduced crew can easily manoeuvre the Lagoon 440.
    • The large bench seats in the helm station become rapidly the favourite spot to take part and enjoy the navigation skills.
    • The hull design is powerful yet seaworthy; bow volume and care in the weight distribution reduce the pitching motion to a minimum.
    • The gull-wing shaped bridge deck allows smoother passage through the waves. High ratio sail plan and fine hull appendices make this new Lagoon 440 a fast seaworthy, comfortable and elegant catamaran.

    Accommodation:

    • The spacious aft cockpit is protected under a rigid bimini top. Passage to and from the saloon and galley is unhampered.
    • The large dining table can either be set in the saloon or in the cockpit. It can also be stowed in a cleverly designed locker built in the bimini top.
    • The aft passerelle allows passage from one transom to the other without going back up in the cockpit.
    • The large L-shaped galley faces the cockpit and it has been designed as a professional area where the chef will be able to reveal all his skills.

    The saloon provides a 360° panoramic view.
    The saloon on the Lagoon 440 is a superb living space.

    The aft cabins are fit for royalty with their queen-size central bed! Large hull fixed windows bring in lots of natural light and offer an unequalled view on the outside while staying discrete. Optimal cabin ventilation is assured by numerous opening portholes and hatches.

    2008 Lagoon 440
    4 cabins 4 heads Version
    2 x Yanmar 54hp diesel engines

    SALOON:
    Large main saloon with panoramic view - standing headroom approx: 2.05 m / 69
    Curtains on front windows
    Varnished coffee table that can be swapped with the large cockpit table
    Seating for 8/10 people
    Double settee with lockers below, accessible from lids in galley
    Storage compartments under bench seats
    Large locking aluminium sliding cockpit door with open/closed positions
    Cabinet for TV/Hifi on port side aft
    2 opening hatches on forward windows
    2 opening deck hatches
    Curtains on forward saloon windows

    CHART TABLE:
    Located to starboard of saloon, facing forward
    Chart storage
    Large console for electronic displays and communication equipment installation

    GALLEY:
    Galley in main saloon to starboard with direct access to cockpit through sliding window
    Synthetic resin IRO G120 countertop
    Double s/s sinks with mixer tap
    Integrated dish drainage area
    Cutlery drawer
    Storage under sink
    Waste bin under sink
    3 burner stove / oven with grill (LPG)
    12V fridge 130L / 34 US Gallons, front loading
    2nd 12V Fridge 130L / 34 US Gallons - transformable in freezer (optional) 100 l/ 26 US gallons

    4 CABINS /4 HEADS:
    4 cabins each with its own head  standing headroom 2,04m / 68

    AFT CABINS:
    Queen-size berth aft (2,0m / 67x 1,60m / 52 at widest point)
    Semi-island berths in aft cabins
    2 drawers under berths.
    Hanging lockers and shelves
    Bookshelf
    Halogen ceiling lights
    2 reading lights per berth
    2 bed tables
    1 opening deck hatch
    1 opening port hole
    1 large hull window
    Curtains on portholes, hatches and fixed one-way windows

    FORWARD CABINS:
    Queen-size berth aft (2,0m / 6 7x 1,60m / 52 at widest point)
    1 drawer under berth
    Hanging locker and shelves
    Bookshelf
    Halogen ceiling lights
    2 reading lights per berth
    1 opening deck hatch
    1 opening port hole
    1 large hull window
    Curtains on portholes, hatches and fixed one-way windows

    HEADS:
    Moulded GRP units with white laminate walls  standing headroom 2,04m / 68
    Washbasin with mixer tap / shower
    Full-size marine toilet
    Mirror
    Storage locker above washbasin
    Ceiling lights and spotlights over the mirror
    Forward heads access both from cabin and gangwaySpeckled beige synthetic resin IRO G120countertop
    Shower grating
    1 opening deck hatch
    1 holding tank with gravity drain/deck pump out in the front port head

    AFT COCKPIT:
    Large cockpit usable as deck saloon, protected by fixed composite bimini with recessed cockpit lighting
    U-shape foredeck seating area with generator locker
    Removable varnished cockpit table accommodates 8/10 people, with protective cover
    2 aft storage lockers
    Large storage locker on port side of cockpit with wet bar; other options available (cockpit fridge, icemaker, etc). Speckled beige synthetic resin IRO G120 countertop and stainless steel handrail
    Sliding window between cockpit and galley
    Generator (optional) locker under settee
    Storage for 2 gas tanks under settee
    Built-in storage area for cockpit table in bimini ceiling
    Fiddle on the sides of the cockpit

    FORWARD DECK:
    Forward cockpit with 2 storage lockers on sides and one large locker aft with access to water tanks
    Access to the windlass and chain locker
    Forward bow lockers with locking deck hatches, access ladders

    BOW COMPARTMENTS:
    Access from deck through hatch

    FLYBRIDGE:
    Twin deck access stairways, one from each side
    Large bench seat for 6 people with grey PVC cushions
    Ergonomically-designed helm station with leathered wheel with brake, engine throttles, enginepanels, hour meters, fuel gauges, compass, large instrument console for (optional) electronic displays, plexiglass-protected chart storage, cup holders, rope storage
    Folding blue smoke canvas bimini on stainless steel frame over the helm post, with removable clear windscreen, and protective storage cover
    Protection covers for helm position
    Stainless steel and foam back rest

    TRANSOMS:
    Transom access to engine compartments
    Hot and cold deck shower on port side
    Port side swim ladder; stowable in transom locker. 2 hand rails
    Starboard storage locker. 2 hand rails
    1 dinghy cleat on each transom

    SAILS AND DECK GEAR:
    1 Dacron® full roach full batten mainsail 74m²/796 sq/ft
    1 furling genoa with UV protection 42m² /452 sq/ft

    STANDING RIGGING:
    19m /624 aluminium mast (16,50m /54 optional) with mainsail track and ball-bearing battcars
    Double spreader rig
    1 anodized aluminium boom
    2 shrouds with chafeguards
    2 lower shrouds with chafeguards
    1 forestay with furler
    2 mainsail lazy-jacks

    RUNNING RIGGING:
    1 double-purchase spectra mainsail halyard
    1 spectra genoa halyard
    1 mainsail sheet
    2 genoa sheets
    3 mainsail reefing lines
    1 genoa furling line
    2 mainsail traveller car control lines

    HARDWARE:
    8 mooring cleats
    1 electric winch 46.2 STCE starboard of helm for mainsail halyard, and reefing lines
    1 winch 53.2 STC starboard of helm for genoa halyard, genoa sheet, and (optional) spinnaker/ Gennaker sheets and halyard
    1 winch 53.2 STC port of helm station for genoa sheet and (optional) Gennaker/spinnaker sheets
    1 winch 53.2 STC behind helm station for main sheet, main traveller and genoa furling lines
    1 winch 32.2 STC in cockpit for davit tackle (Davits optional) and mainsheet safety release
    Windlass 12V 1700W in anchor locker
    Bow safety net with knot-less nylon netting
    Stainless steel outboard stern pulpits including one with horseshoe buoy and flagpole fittings and one with stern light
    Stainless steel inboard stern pulpits
    Composite forward longitudinal beam with recessed chain run and mooring cleat
    Aluminium crossbeam with forestay chainplate, anchor roller and nav. light
    Mainsheet traveller track and ball-bearing cars
    2 genoa tracks with genoa car and stopper

    ENGINE COMPARTMENTS:
    Engine hatch gas struts
    2 x 40 HP saildrive diesel engines
    Engine controls at helm station
    Soundproofed engine compartments, soundproof access panels
    Engine compartments electric blowers
    Sea water filter
    Engine rooms lights

    PLUMBING:
    3 water tanks (3x 300l / 79 US gallons each = total 900l /237 US gallons)
    Pressurized freshwater system with single 12V pump, fresh water filter
    60l /16 US gallons water heater with 220V heating element and engine heat exchanger
    2 fuel tanks (2x 325l / 86 US gallons)
    Fuel filters
    12V automatic shower drain pumps

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:
    Main 12V electrical panel with PMMA door on port side of saloon 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 splitter

    CONSTRUCTION:
    Polyester and high quality anti-osmotic resin FRP construction
    Balsa core hull, solid laminate under water line, white gel coat
    Balsa core bridge deck and deck, white gel coat
    Solid laminate inner liners
    Laminated marine plywood bulkheads

    DIMENTIONS:
    LOA: 13,61m /44’8”
    LWL: 12,75m /41’10”
    BOA: 7,70m /25’3”
    Mast Height over Water (std mast): 21,40m /70’3”
    Mast Height over Water (short mast): 19,20m /63’
    Draft: 1,30m /4’3”
    Light displacement (EEC): 12,15 t /26791 lbs
    Full batten main: 74m² /796 sq ft - Short mast: 58,7m² / 635 sq ft
    Square top mainsail (opt.): 79m² /850 sq ft
    Furling genoa: 42m² /452 sq ft - Short mast: 37,8m² /436 sq ft
    Opt. Spinnaker: 145m² /1560 sq ft - Short mast: 105m²/1130 sq ft
    Optional gennaker: 90m² /968 sq ft - Short mast: 60m² /646 sq ft
    Water: 3 x 300 l / 3 x 79 US gallons
    Fuel: 2 x 325 l / 2 x 86 US gallons
    Standard engine size: 2 x 40 HP
    Architects: Marc Van Peteghem & Vincent Lauriot Prévost (VPLP)
    EC Certification: A: 12 B: 14 C: 20


    General Information

    • Year Built: 2008
    • Hull Material: GRP

    Measurements

    • Length: 44 ft
    • Beam: 25' 3"
    • Max Draft: 4' 3"
    • Length Overall: 44' 8"
    • Length at Waterline: 41' 10"
    • Dry Weight: 26791 pound

    Engines

    • Number of Engines: 2
    • Fuel Type: Diesel
    • Total Power: 54 hp

    Tanks

    • Fuel Tankage: 1 x 782 l
    • Water Tankage: 1 x 1077 l

    Features

    • Manual bilge pump
    • Marine head
    • Swimming ladder
    • Wind speed and direction
    • Oven
    • Cockpit speakers
    • Gps
    • Gangway
    • Autopilot
    • Repeater
    • Cd player
    • Heating
    • Vhf
    • Plotter
    • Shore power inlet
    • Cockpit shower
    • Furling genoa
    • Cockpit cushions
    • Depthsounder
    • Furling mainsail
    • Battery charger
    • Steering wheel
    • Dvd player
    • Log speedometer
    • Hot water
    • Electric bilge pump
    • Navigation center
    • Tender
    • Refrigerator
    • Cockpit table
    • Compass
    • Tv set



    Disclaimer

    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.