Specifications


Just a Moment

Lagoon 380, Owner’s Version 

Year : 2001

Engine Hours: Starboard: 2656. Port: 2649

Owner's version with 3 cabins (2 queen beds, one double), and a master head with walk-in shower on starboard side.

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SPECIFICATIONS

LOA: 37’ 11”

LWL: 36’ 1”

Beam: 21’ 5”

Draft: 3’ 9”

Displacement: 16,000 lbs.


Engines/Propulsion

Type: Twin diesel engines (27 HP)

Hours: 2656 (stbd) / 2649 (port)

Manufacturer: YANMAR

Engine Model: 3GM30F

Transmission: SD-20 Saildrives

Propeller: 2-Blade Propellers

Fuel capacity 52 Gallons/200 Liters

New zincs September 2013

Dual-lever engine control at helm station

Access to engine compartment on transom


Power and Electrical Systems

DC System

House Batteries/Amps: Six (6) AGM 6-Volt Batteries – 660 Amp Hours 

Two (2) Starter Batteries – one per engine  (new 2013)

Three (3) Solar Panels – totaling 335 watts 

XANTREX Link 20 Battery Monitor

DOLPHIN Battery Charger/ 40 Amps

Engine Alternator/Amps: Two (2) Leece Nevelle Alternators / 110 Amps with BALMAR External Regulators and BALMAR Duo Charge System, Total Capacity = 220 Amps

AC System

Shore Power: MARINCO 30A power inlet

Two (2) 50 Foot Power Cables

Two (2) AC Inverters (400W & 1200W)

HONDA EU2000i Portable Generator (new 2012)

MARINCO Adapter for using Honda generator to charge house battery bank


Electronic/Navigation Equipment

Compass: PLASTIMO Contest 4 inch, bulkhead-mounted

SSB Radio: ICOM M700Pro SSB with Dynaplate

Pactor SCS-PTCIIpro Modem with Pactor-3 License Upgrade (2012)

GPS Chartplotter: GARMIN GPSMAP 4208 System, 8.4” VGA color display (video-quality resolution), BlueChart g2 Maps for USA (including HI), Mexico, and South Pacific, integrated AIS data display.

Additional factory-installed B & G CND Chartplotter at navigation station, displaying GPS position and data from depth/speed/wind instruments, viewable from salon.

AIS Collision Avoidance System:  GARMIN AIS 300 Receiver, integrated with GARMIN chartplotter to display AIS target data directly on the chartplotter screen (new 2012).

Radar: FURUNO 1622

Autopilot: B & G Network PILOT, linked to both Garmin GPS and B & G Network Wind, equipped to navigate by compass, GPS route, or wind angle.

Speed and Depth: B & G Network QUAD

Wind Speed/Direction: B & G Network WIND

DAVIS Windex masthead vane

VHF Radio: STANDARD Horizon Intrepid with GPS data, Handheld VHF extension in cockpit

Portable VHF: Two (2) waterproof handheld VHF radios

Barometer and Ship’s Clock: WEEMS & PLATH 4” Brass

Stereo with iphone/ipod connector and CD player, indoor/outdoor speakers


Ground Tackle and Hardware

Primary Anchor: 60 lb. Manson Supreme Anchor

Chain/Rode: 200 ft. 3/8” chain and 150 ft. 3/4” 3-strand nylon rode.

Secondary/Stern Anchor: 33 lb. Bruce claw anchor with 80 ft. 3/8” chain.

Pivoting Aluminum Fluke Anchor for Dinghy

Anchor Bridle with chainplate

Anchor Windlass: LEROY SOMER horizontal 12v windlass

Bow Roller: Single roller on cross-beam

Bow/Stern Pulpit: 1-inch stainless steel

Stanchions: 1-inch stainless steel

Lifelines: double stainless steel wire, two (2) side gates, two (2) transom gates

Heavy duty stainless steel dinghy davits

Block & tackle dinghy hoisting system

Eight (8) mooring cleats, six (6) fenders, five (5) docklines, two (2) boat hooks


Galley Equipment

Sink(s): Dual basin stainless steel, pull-out faucet

Built-in Front-Loading Refrigerator with FRIGOMATIC 12v water-cooled refrigeration system

ENGEL 12v Portable Freezer, 43 quart capacity, low voltage draw (2.5 amps) (new 2012)

ENO Propane Stove and Oven, fixed two burner

Two (2) 10lb Aluminum Propane Tanks, custom fit and stored in cockpit lazarette, plumbed directly to stove

All kitchenware included (plates, utensils, pots, pans, etc.)


Water, Tankage and Plumbing

Fuel: Two (2) tanks at 26 gallons/100 liters each = 52 gallons/200 liter capacity

Water: Two (2) tanks at 79 gallons/300 liters each = 158 gallon/600 liter capacity (*factory upgrade from single tank)

Hot water system with 5.8 gallon hot water heater

Water Maker: Spectra Cape Horn water maker, rated at 14 gallons per hour

JABSCO shore water inlet/pressure reducer, a hose can be connected to the boat and all water systems will function off dock water (*factory upgrade)

External Dual Water Filtration System for purifying dock water

Head(s): Two (2) JABSCO, electric (stbd head) and manual (port head)

Two (2) handheld showers below deck

Holding Tanks: Two (2) tanks at 15 gallons/56 liters each

Bilge Pumps: Two (2) Manual HENDERSON diaphragm in cockpit – one per hull, plumbed to the keel, Two (2) Electric JABSCO pumps, One (1) RULE Automatic Bilge Pump.


Deck Equipment

MAGMA propane barbeque in cockpit (new 2012)

Two (2) Folding Bikes

One (1) 2-person Tandem Sit-on-top Kayak

Hot and cold deck shower on port transom (new 2012)

Bimini: Stainless steel and canvas frame over cockpit, with detachable rain guard 

Cockpit seating cushions

Forward pulpit seats on each bow

Stainless steel solar panel arch on transom (good for kayak/surfboard storage)

Stainless steel swim ladder

Fishing Gear


Dinghy

Zodiac Rib PVC dinghy, inflatable with hard bottom, 11 ft. (2001)

Yamaha 8 HP 4-stroke outboard motor (2001)

Dinghy Wheels: transom-mounted and removable

Foot pump, A/C pump, oars, external gas tank


Rigging and Sails

Professional rigging inspection in December 2012

Type of Rig: Sloop, fractional

Make/Material: Z-SPARS / Aluminum extrusion, clear anodization

New forestay installed (2012)

Fully-battened main sail with two reefing points

Roller furling dacron jib with UV protective band replaced in 2012

Symmetrical spinnaker, 1.5 oz., full, Ullman Sails

Storm headsail:  ATN Gale Sail, 100 sq. feet, incl. jib sheets

Mainsail bag with lazy jack lines

Short bowsprit, aluminum, mounted on cross-beam (*factory upgrade)

Running Rigging: Dacron braid (new in 2013: jib halyard, mainsheet, and jib sheets)

HARKEN Electric and Manual Winches: Three (3) two-speed winches, electric 40 ST port winch (*factory upgrade), 40 ST stbd winch, 32 ST winch at mast

PROFURL Roller Furling System

HARKEN jib tracks and fairleads

HARKEN mainsheet traveler and blocks

SPINLOCK ST rope clutches: three (3) double, four (4) single

All lines led aft for easy trimming


Safety and Cruising Gear

EPIRB: ACR Satellite3 406 MHz Category 2 EPIRB

Two (2) Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs): ACR Aqualink PLB-350B and MCMURDO FastFind 220 GPS PLB

AIS Survivor Recovery System: KANNAD Safelink R10 Personal Beacon (transmits man-overboard coordinates to onboard Garmin GPS)

Storm Drogue (unused)

Para-Tech Sea Anchor: 18 ft. sea anchor with 60 ft. 1/2” bridle and 350 ft. 1/2" rode (unused)

Givens Liferaft

Ditch Bag complete with flares, handheld GPS, emergency and survival gear

Two (2) MUSTANG Deluxe Automatic Inflatable PDFs with Harnesses, Four (4) Lifejackets

Two (2) Safety Harnesses with ISAF-Specification Tethers

Horseshoe Buoy, Life Sling, and Floating Strobe Light

Polyester Webbing Jacklines (40 ft.)

Five (5) Fire Extinguishers

Two (2) Smoke Detectors

Marine-Grade Carbon Monoxide Alarm


Accommodations

Owner’s Version Layout, 3 cabins, 2 heads

6’5” Standing Headroom

Starboard hull dedicated to owner’s use with one queen berth, office/desk space, and large bathroom with separate walk-in shower

Port hull includes one queen berth aft, one double berth forward, and standard bathroom w/handheld shower

Spacious self-draining cockpit with large teak table

Curtains and sun guard covers for windows

Mosquito screening for hatches & portholes

Memory foam mattress in owner’s berth

Fans throughout cabins and salon

Wired for cable television

Extensive library of owner’s manuals for onboard systems