2013 Lagoon 52F

SEK  7.497.449
Valencia, Spanien
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Privately owned, big spec 52F

År:
2013
Längd:
16m
Motor/bränseltyp:
Dubbla / diesel
Belägen i:
Valencia, Spanien
Skrovmaterial:
Glasfiber/GRP
YW#:
80212-3155573
Nuvarande pris:
EUR  750.000 Skatt/moms ej betald (SEK  7.497.449) 

Privately owned 4-cabin, 4-heads Lagoon 52F with a mega-spec for serious and effortless blue water cruising and warm-waters liveaboard.

 

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

 

From 2013 LEA is a very highly-specified example of the extremely popular Lagoon 52F and is fitted out with a supremely practical 4-cabin, 4-heads layout. LEA has had just two private owners and has never been chartered. She was purchased by her current owner in 2016 specifically to take part in the ARC and she is now back in Europe ready to be sold.

 

Her inventory highlights are many and include:-

  • Upgraded 75 HP Yanmar 4JH4TCE engines with 3-bladed folding propellers
  • Gel batteries with 1,260 amp capacity (new in 2017)
  • Additional 100Amp battery charger
  • 2kw inverter
  • Onan 17.5kva generator
  • Aluminium electric davits plus tender with 30hp outboard
  • Extensive Raymarine instruments plus camera package
  • Mylar Code 0 foresail on bowsprit with furler
  • VMG Hyrdranet square top mainsail
  • 4 Electrical winches on flybridge in lieu of standard
  • Fresh water electric heads with holding tanks
  • Bose cinema system with 32” LCD TV
  • Cockpit fridges and extra freezer
  • Washing machine
  • Folding carbon passarelle
  • Air-conditioning
  • Sea Recovery 220vAC watermaker
  • Additional berth in port forepeak

 

LEA offers tremendous space for luxurious long term live aboard potential and is equipped with some invaluable features. With a new-build price of in excess of Euro 1.1m+VAT, LEA is attractively-priced for a speedy sale.

 

MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

The 52 marks a whole new era in the design of cruising catamarans, as indeed did its predecessor, the famed 500.  With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, bevelled hulls, it’s as if levitated deckhouse and tall rig, the 52 is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its "outer" appearance, or even its interior layout. 

This Lagoon is the result of lengthy discussions between the architects at Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost (VPLP), the Italian Nauta Design agency and the Lagoon Design Department. These discussions led us to make some important and sometimes radical choices, while remaining faithful to what we believe in, in terms of elegance, comfort, safety, user friendliness and, it goes without saying, performance under sail. 

 

The boat is accessed via open aft transoms, facilitating boarding and disembarking.  The boat enjoys broad side decks, with recessed deck hatches.  The cockpit is level with the saloon, and has an outdoor lounge and sun-lounging area to starboard.  The fly bridge is reached either by a staircase leading from the cockpit, or by another leading from the deck on the starboard side.  The steering station can be adjusted to three different positions (starboard, centre or port), giving the skipper perfect visibility under sail or when manoeuvring.

 

The decision to locate the mast further to aft directly comes from the designers' racing experience and has many advantages on a cruising catamaran; a large forward triangle allows a larger sails choice; a promise for great performance.  The shorter boom makes the mainsail much easier to manoeuvre the mainsail, which is relatively narrower and higher, benefits from better winds at the top, thus enhancing performance, by re-centring the weight in this way, pitching is considerably reduced.

 

The saloon encompasses the lounge and dining table to starboard, a large galley in a U-shape on port side, the chart table in the middle facing out to sea.  The “U” galley is equipped with large hot plates, work space and plenty of storage.  The circulation in the salon is optimized, between the lounge and the galley, all the cabins have large double beds, storage space in keeping with the offshore sailing program of the boat and, of course, an en-suite bathroom with separate shower.  The cabins have incomparable natural lighting thanks to the fixed hull windows, together with excellent ventilation, thanks to the deck hatches and portholes that open out to the hull-side or to the cockpit.

 

YACHTING PRESS REVIEW:

 

The Lagoon 52 represents a new direction in big boats for this respected French catamaran builder. Using new performance criteria, VPLP Design has created a family of faster vessels that also happen to have dramatic looks and great strength. The 52 would make a fine voyager for two couples or a family that wanted to cross oceans rapidly and in style. With several of the alternate layouts, it would also be a luxurious charter craft.

 

The deck layout of the Lagoon 52 is unique, with all the action happening on a big flybridge, one flight upstairs from the passenger cockpit and far above the water. Passengers who prefer to enjoy the ride quietly or converse with others can lounge in the cockpit below or sit sunning on the bows as the dolphins arc past.

 

Typical of Lagoons, the interior is friendly to tall sailors, not just in the saloon, but in the other cabins as well. Walk into the owner’s cabin and you’ll think you’re in an upscale hotel room. The guest accommodations are lovely, too.

 

The Lagoon 52 is part of a major evolutionary step for this well-established company. A new desire for speed with easy handling has brought a dramatic design change while retaining the builder’s familiar overall look. It’s easy to imagine cruising the islands in style aboard this boat and experiencing some great sailing while doing it. In the luxury catamaran market, the Lagoon 52 is a serious contender that deserves a close look if your budget is right.

Sail Magazine – June 2014

 

MANUFACTURER’S HISTORY:

 

The creation of Lagoon in 1984, which was originally the direct extension of JTA (Jeanneau Technolgies Avancees), Jeanneau’s “competition” departmet (Pierre ler, Fleury Michon, etc).  Lagoon also answered to unusual requests, such as the construction of the trimarans for the film Waterworld.  In 1987 a first generation of catamarans was born with the Lagoon 55, 47, 57, and 67: owners’ boats for offshore cruising. 

 

The Beneteau Group took over the Jeanneau shipyards in 1996 and handed over the development of the Lagoon brand, a legacy of its acquisition to Construction Navale Bordeaux.  The use of high-tech composite was implemented in the shipyard. 

 

From 1997, Lagoon established its identity, building more and more spacious and comfortable boats, while enhancing construction methods.  During that period, the Lagoon 380, 410, 440, 470, 500 and 570 were launched.  Further enhancements and refinements came in 2004 with the Lagoon 440 – the first catamaran with a “gull wing shape” nacelle, and the first catamaran under 45 feet with a flybridge.  An unparalleled worldwide production record in the 45-foot range with 423 units produced. 

 

The Lagoon range has continued to advance through to the current day adopting new technologies such as hybrid diesel/electric propulsion where it sees a benefit to its customers and the wider environment.  All-in-all, Lagoon catamarans must be one of the most successful brands of multihulls for customers wishing to enjoy luxurious living combined with excellent sailing performance.

 

CONSTRUCTION

 

RCD Status:

  • Our understanding is that the vessel is CE certified for category A (unlimited ocean voyages).

 

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Infused FRP and FRP composite with balsa core and polyester along with high quality anti-osmotic resin. 
  • Hull bottom and keels in solid infused laminate
  • Infused balsa core structural bulkheads
  • White gelcoat finish to hulls
  • White gelcoat deck with non-diamond skid areas
  • Teak laid forward, aft cockpits and transoms

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • Twin sacrificial keels infused solid laminate
  • Twin hung, foam sandwich fibreglass rudder blades with stainless steel rudder stock
  • Epoxy rudder stock tubes.
  • Self-aligning upper and lower bearings.

 

MACHINERY

 

Engine & gearbox:

  • 2x Yanmar 4JH4TCE 4-cylinder turbo-charged diesel engines producing 75hp each
  • Fresh water engine cooling via raw water intake and heat exchangers
  • Saildrive gearboxes
  • Access to engine compartment from transoms via hatches with stainless steel jacks
  • Electric single lever gear/throttle controls and control panels at helm on flybridge
  • Engine compartments ventilation: Natural aeration and forced extraction in rear section

 

Engine Maintenance:

  • Engine hours approx 626hr and 228hrs as of November 2017
  • Engines last serviced October 2016

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • Fully hydraulic steering mechanism: - 1 hydraulic jack per rudder blade - hydraulic system in starboard engine compartment
  • Stainless steel hide-covered wheel on flybridge connected to hydraulic steering
  • Emergency steering.  
  • 3-blade folding propellers

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

 

Voltage systems:

  • 12vDC domestic system with 220vAC system via shore-power, inverter or generator

 

Battery Banks:

  • 12vDC Gel service batteries joined in parallel to supply 1,260Ah - 2017
  • 12vDC engine start batteries - 2017

 

Charging / Inverter:

  • 2x 100Amp automatic battery charger
  • 2,200w inverter

 

Generator:

  • Onan 17.5kva 1,500rpm 220vAC generator
  • Generator hours – approx. 2,436 as of November 2017
  • generator last serviced October 2016

 

Alternators:

  • 2x 12vDC engine mounted alternators

 

Other Electrical:

  • Shore-power supply
  • 220vAC sockets and 12v sockets

 

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

 

Fresh Water:

  • Pressurised fresh water system with 12vDC high-pressure pump
  • Hot water supplied via engine-driven calorifier or via 220vAC immersion heater element in well-insulated 60 litre hot water tank in port engine compartment.
  • Hot & cold pressurised water supply throughout including cockpit shower.
  • Freshwater dock inlet

 

Watermaker:

  • Sea Recovery Aquamatic 220vAC reverse-osmosis watermaker producing 220 litres per hour.

 

Grey and Black Water:

  • Grey water from showers and sinks disposed of through individual grey water tanks with automatic pump.
  • Kitchen sink empties directly into sea.
  • Cockpit sink empties directly into sea.
  • Black water disposed of through holding tanks

 

Bilge Pumps:

  • 12vDC automatic bilge pumps in each hull with manual overrides and high level alarm
  • 12vDC electric bilge pumps in engine bilges in each hull
  • Manual bilge pumps in each hull and in forepeaks activated from cockpit

 

TANKAGE

 

Fuel:

  • 496 litres fuel capacity in two aluminium tanks with gauge at general control panel

 

Fresh Water:

  • 960 litres fresh water capacity in 4x tanks with gauge at chart table

 

Grey & Black Water:

  • Grey water hold tanks
  • 72 litre black water hold tanks

 

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

 

At flybridge helm:

  • Raymarine E165 colour GPS radar chart plotter display
  • Raymarine 48nm Digital HD radar scanner on mast
  • Raymarine i70 multi-repeater with wind, speed and depth transducers
  • Raymarine i70 autopilot
  • 2x Raymarine Com100 cameras mounted under flybridge displaying on chart plotter screens

 

At chart table:

  • Raymarine E125 colour GPS radar chart plotter display
  • Raymarine AIS 650 transceiver

 

Communications Equipment:

  • Raymarine Ray240e VHF with DSC with twin handsets

 

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

 

Galley:

  • Gas stove with 5-burners and oven
  • Sink with drainer
  • 200 litre fridge
  • 60 litre freezer
  • Additional 100 litre freezer
  • Washing machine

 

Heads:

  • Electric fresh water heads
  • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies
  • Shower cubicles

 

Air-Conditioning:

  • 220vAC reverse-cycle air-conditioning system with 60,000BTU output
  • 12vDC ventilation fans in saloon and accommodation cabins

 

Entertainment:

  • 32” LCD TV with electric lift
  • Bose Lifestyle HiFi, DVD and cinema system in saloon plus 4 further speakers in cockpit and flybridge
  • Amplified TV/FM antenna

 

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

  • Owners Version layout
  • Sleeps 9 in 4-double cabins plus additional space in the saloon plus additional berth in port hull forepeak. Each of the 4 cabins has an en-suite heads.

 

Accommodation Finish:

  • Platinum grey resin counters in galley
  • Upholstery “brise” (salon & settees)
  • Pleated blinds in the cabins for 4 cabin version
  • Under bed slats for the 4 cabins
  • Leather bulkhead organizers in the cabins
  • Indirect lighting in cabin and salon
  • Bathroom and shower floors with teak slats.

Accommodation Layout from forward:

 

Port Forward Heads:

  • Bathroom accessed through cabin
  • Synthetic resin countertop and hand basin Mixer tap
  • Non-skid composite flooring with teak slats
  • 2 door upper cabinet with mirrors above sink
  • Electric fresh water toilet
  • Tempered glass shower door
  • Teak shower grating with drainage
  • Storage in shower composite block
  • Deck hatch

 

Starboard Forward Heads:

  • Bathroom accessed through cabin
  • Synthetic resin countertop and hand basin Mixer tap
  • Non-skid composite flooring with teak slats
  • 2 door upper cabinet with mirrors above sink
  • Low cupboards
  • Electric fresh water toilet
  • Tempered glass shower door
  • Teak shower grating with drainage
  • Storage in shower composite block
  • Deck hatch

 

Port Forward Cabin:

  • Double bed with lateral access 2.05x1.60m
  • 2 bed nightstands with storage
  • 2 under bed drawers
  • Cupboard with wardrobe and shelves – outboard side
  • Bookshelves on 2 levels
  • 2 opening deck hatches
  • Fixed hull window with integrated opening porthole.

 

Starboard Forward Cabin:

  • Double bed with lateral access 2.05x1.60m
  • 2 bed nightstands with storage
  • 2 under bed drawers
  • Cupboard with wardrobe and shelves – outboard side
  • Bookshelves on 2 levels
  • 1 opening deck hatches
  • Fixed hull window with integrated opening porthole.

 

Saloon:

  • Sliding door and window with aluminium locker for the access to the cockpit, can be locked open or closed.
  • Large varnished saloon table
  • L-shaped settee seating to starboard
  • Lockers under bench
  • 5 high cupboards with storage and shelves
  • 4 opening hatches in front windows

 

Chart Table:

  • Large instrument console with panel to install electronics
  • Seating
  • Desk with flaps
  • Storage locker and drawer

 

Galley:

  • U-shaped galley on portside
  • Corian countertops
  • Spice storage
  • Double stainless steel sink with hot & cold mixer tap
  • Storage under sink
  • Fridge and freezers
  • Vertical sliding storage with cutlery drawers
  • Stove with grill oven
  • Waste bin
  • Pan storage

 

Port Aft Cabin:

  • Access from the transom through a gull-wing door
  • Double bed with lateral access 2.05x1.60m
  • 2 bed nightstands with storage
  • Under bed drawer
  • High cupboards with wardrobes and shelves
  • Desk with flap
  • 3 drawers under desk
  • Bookshelves
  • Opening porthole.

 

Starboard Aft Cabin:

  • Double bed with lateral access 2.05x1.60m
  • 2 bed nightstands with storage
  • Under bed drawer
  • High cupboards with wardrobes and shelves
  • Desk with flap
  • Bookshelves
  • 2 opening deck hatches
  • Opening porthole.

 

Port Aft Heads:

  • Bathroom accessed through cabin
  • Synthetic resin countertop and hand basin Mixer tap
  • Non-skid composite flooring with teak slats
  • 2 door upper cabinet with mirrors above sink
  • Electric fresh water toilet
  • Tempered glass shower door
  • Teak shower grating with drainage
  • Storage in shower composite block
  • Deck hatch

 

Starboard Aft Heads:

  • Bathroom accessed through cabin
  • Synthetic resin countertop and hand basin Mixer tap
  • Non-skid composite flooring with teak slats
  • 2 door upper cabinet with mirrors above sink
  • Towel holder
  • Electric fresh water toilet
  • Tempered glass shower door
  • Teak shower grating with drainage
  • Storage in shower composite block
  • Deck hatch

 

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

  • Fractional rig
  • White painted aluminium mast and boom
  • Two-sets of swept-back spreaders
  • Adjustable mainsheet track
  • Stainless steel standing rigging
  • Manual genoa jib furler
  • Fully-battened mainsail with low-friction batten cars on mast-track
  • Stackpack bag and lazy-jacks
  • Spectra 2:1 mainsail halyard
  • Spectra genoa halyard
  • 3-reefing links for mainsail
  • Harken deck gear
  • Code-sail furler on bowsprit
  • Spinlock jammers

 

Winches:

  • 4x Harken 2-speed self-tailing electric winches

 

Sails:

  • Hydranet tri-radial square top fully battened mainsail
  • Hydranet 108% genoa
  • Mylas Code 0 (152sqm) with furler

 

General:

  • Stainless steel guardwire stanchions and side boarding gates
  • Bow pulpit with wooden seats
  • Aluminium electro/hydraulic davits for tender
  • Additional aft cockpit seating
  • Large Bimini on helm station with windscreen and led lights
  • Boarding ladder
  • 80 litre Cockpit fridge
  • 2.60m carbon fibre passarelle with cover
  • Deck wash pump sea/fresh water
  • Deck courtesy lights in cockpit, transom and flybridge
  • Spot lights in underside of aft beam

 

Anchoring & Mooring:

  • 12vDC electric reversing anchor windlass with remote control and chain counter at helm
  • Anchor with chain
  • 11 mooring cleats
  • Warps and fenders

 

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:

  • Canvas stack pack mainsail cover
  • Cockpit Sides and aft Sun canvas + sides around aft cockpit with windows and curtains
  • Forward cockpit cushions
  • Covers for helm wheel, helm station and cockpit table
  • Sun lounger Pads on flybridge
  • Bimini

 

Tender & Outboard:

  • Console RIB with 30hp 4-stroke Yamaha outboard

 

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

 

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

 

  • Liferaft (last serviced October 2016)
  • 406Mhz EPIRB
  • Flare pack
  • Lifejackets with harness lines




VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

 

Lying: Valencia, Spain

 

Available to view strictly by appointment

 

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00

Saturday by prior appointment

                                                         

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

 

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

 

Lead Broker: James McNeil – Grabau International (UK)

Tel: +44 (0)7979 907210 Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com



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