A new engine is provided and ready to drop in, scuffs and glasswork all sorted. SB hull electrical will need going over and new pumps just for showers needed (all heads are manual). Some SB cabin (x2) interior wood paneling could be upgraded but looks fine as is too. SB AC unit would have to be replaced if wished. Interior, new mattress covers/curtains in bunk areas are needed. Rigging is fine and no damage. Main and jib sails are 7 out of 10.
She is safely sitting in a great marina in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Flights are easy and cheap to view (40 mins from San Juan airport).
To note: -Cat never chartered, bought from the original owner. -Registered in USVI -tax-free. -these are original photos when the owner bought her in April 2018, she looks better now, They don't have more recent snaps with me tho and no one can enter marina for me at the moment but we should update by the start of May. FROM THE OWNER "SB engine got wet and I've scrapped that, I have a 2011 Yanmar engine/harness/display with low miles to drop in, it sits in its crate under the boat, the yard is $90/hr for a forklift to get it up in the boat or use the boom. Easy in and connect to SD50 saildrive. The damage to the hull was only on the SB side which made for the water ingress, the glass work has been done to a more solid degree than the original hull, I believe. The scoops need some shaping of the glass and rubber surrounds can then be attached again. Top sides would need buffing to get her looking smart.
Manufacturer Provided Description
Conceived to meet the highest standards, the Lagoon 410 is innovative and traditional at the same time. Naval architects Marc Van Peteghen and Vincent Lauriot Prévost have optimized the 410's performance while providing four double cabins and up to four independent bathrooms, ensuring everyone's privacy. The standard model includes four cabins and two large bathrooms. The vast galley and living area, which opens directly to the cockpit through a wide, sliding door, maintains the characteristic Lagoon conviviality with a 360-degree vista. The cockpit, well protected by the roof, is the focal point for exterior activities. The portside directly accesses the sea, while the starboard-side table can seat up to ten people. The placement of the helm station at the roof's rear provides a wider view, and by freeing up the rear cockpit, provides more space. In the front, the transverse net provides a superb, secure location for communing with the sea and the dolphins.