Lagoon 52

850,000 Not Paid | Mugla Turkey
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Summary

  • Make Lagoon
  • Model 52
  • Year 2014
  • LOA 52ft/16m
  • Class Multihull
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Multi-Hull
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Twin Diesel
  • Drive Sail Drive
  • Berths 4
  • Cabins 4
  • Ancasta Ref 34500

Overview

The Lagoon 52, the latest model developed by the world's leading builder of cruising catamarans. With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, bevelled hulls, the Lagoon 52 is no ordinary catamaran, it's originality goes a great deal further than just its "outer" appearance, or even its interior layout. This example comes fully laden with equipment for long distance cruising including, generator, water maker and air conditioning.

For more information please do not hesitate to contact the Ancasta Port Solent team on +44(0)2392 373 300 or email portsolent@ancasta.com for more information.

Build

CONSTRUCTION

Infusion of polyester resin and high quality anti-osmosis resin on a balsa wood frame and fibre glass skin
Hull bottom and keel in infused monolithic laminate
Structural partitions (sandwich balsa) part infusion
Bilge painted light grey
Hull finished with white gel coat
Bridge in white gel coat with non-slip diamond plate
Deck 11 mooring cleats Harken deck gear

Hydraulic swimming platform/tender lift 400 kg,
Teak flybridge and aft deck,
Carbon pasarella 2.60 mt, 125m / 12mm chain,
Upgraded windlass Lewmar 1800,
4 electric capstan at the flybridge
Soft top Bimini,

Rig

RIGGING
Sloop rig with selft tacking jib
Anodised aluminium mast and boom (painted white) with track and traveller. Double spreader rig 2 shrouds with chafe guards 2 lower shrouds with chafe guards 1 forestay with manual furler. Anodised aluminium boom Anodised aluminium transversal crossbeam
Mainsail halyard electric winch to bow of helm: mainsail halyard and reefing lines. 3 x 50 manual winches: 2 for Genoa lines and 1 for halyard and reefer lines Running rigging: 1 double purchase spectra mainsail halyard 1 spectra Genoa halyard with tension adjustment track at mast base 1 boom topping lift 3 reefing lines Genoa sheets Mainsail sheet led back to winches via boom Main traveller adjustment next to port side winches Manual jib furler Bow pulpits with wooden seats 610mm stanchions, 2 lifelines PVC toerail Cockpit

SAILS
Fully-battened mainsail: 101m in double ply Dacron from Dimension Polyant with 3 reefing lines
Self-tacking jib on manual furler: 59m in double ply Dacron from Dimension Polyant with antiUV strip Mast/Rigging
Adjustable Lazy Jacks with spreaders Composite longitudinal beam Disclaimer

Accommodation

Large main salon with panoramic view - standing headroom approx: 2,05 m / 6’9” Steel pillar with fabric cover Varnished coffee table that can be swapped with the large cockpit table Seating for 5 / 6 people Storage compartments under bench seats Locking aluminium sliding cockpit door with open/closed positions 2 opening hatches on forward windows Curtains on forward salon windows

Starboard bow cabin accessed via galley through hatch in starboard bow. Cabin closed with standard door. 1 double bed – 2.05m x 1.60m – with side access, bed with slats optional. Headboard with storage. 2 drawers under bed. Storage in outboard: wardrobe + shelving Shelving and 2 level bookcase. (TV optional) 1 fixed hull window in screen printed PMMA with porthole Privacy curtains (optional shutters) 1 round deck hatch with mosquito net and blind Direct access to bathroom via shower, with full length mirror on cabin side of door. Minimum headroom: 2.05m. 1 220V socket (Finishing pack) Upholstered panels on ceiling liners General cabin lighting with two way switch by bed and reading lamp in headboard. Indirect lighting under first shelf and cornice (by finishing) Two way switch in headboard and by cabin doorway

Bathroom in starboard bow cabin. Bathroom accessed through cabin. Solid resin countertop (white). Mixer tap. Anti-skid composite flooring (Teak flooring with black joints available) 2 door upper cabinet with mirrors above sink. Large manual fresh water toilet in every WC. Toilet paper holder Headroom: 2.05m. Plexiglas shower door. Composite shower duckboard with drainage. (Teak slats available) Storage in shower block. Deck hatch with mosquito net and blind. 3 spotlights

Starboard stern cabin: owner access via galley through starboard hatch. Separate toilet Large manual fresh water toilet in WC. 3 door storage intoilet. Sewage tank in passageway Toilet paper holder 1 deck hatch Desk with flap and pouffe as standard. Shelf at desk along outboard side on the whole cabin length. Upholstery above shelf along entire gunwale. 2 level bookcase 1 fixed hull window in screen printed PMMA with porthole Privacy curtains (optional shutters) Full length cabinet inboard opposite WC. Double wardrobe + 1 shelving unit. Large low cabinet with three drawers Eye level storage with flaps. 1 double bed across hull (2.05m x 1.60m) with side access, bed with slats optional. 2 x 2 drawers under bed (left and right) Headboard with storage. 2 round deck hatch with mosquito net and blind Open bulkhead for direct access to bathroom Minimum headroom: 2.05m. 1 220V socket in desk + 2 sockets in headboard to port and starboard. Upholstered panels on ceiling liners General cabin lighting with two way switch by bed and reading lamp in headboard. Indirect lighting under first shelf and cornice (by finishing) Two way switch in headboard and by cabin doorway Galley

Vast panoramic galley - headroom: 2.15m Upholstered steel posts Varnished high dining table interchangeable with small cockpit table Aluminium sliding door with lock provides access to cockpit, can be locked open or closed 4 under-floor boxes in middle of boat with hatches on hinges and jacks. 4 panels open on to front windows, open inwards. Wooden gunwale with storage on port side Curtains to side and front of coachroof 1 entrance per hull.

Flybridge accessed via stairway on port side of cockpit and directly from the starboard or port side of bridge. 1 helm with: 1100mm diameter wheel. Central console with handrail, electronic receiver (optional), electronic engine controls, windlass control (optional), and light switches. Engine panel on port side All lines led to forward section of flybridge around 3 winches. 3 Line storage boxes. Glass holder + storage tray on port side Seat on starboard side with storage. Sun bathing area to rear of flybridge (upholstery available) Helmsman base cushion as standard 2 flush deck hatches that can be used as scoops near cockpit 1 mainsail winch to rear of flybridge.

Large cockpit in salon, protected by rigid bimini with spotlights. Cockpit level with galley. Anti-skid flooring (teak available) “U” shaped bench to starboard. 1 gas storage unit in base. Removable cockpit table, interchangeable with inside table. Table storage unit in ceiling. Storage along starboard side of cockpit: 1 flap with access to external bin + storage Optional ice maker in cabinet. Storage along port side of cockpit: 1 sink + mixer tap + grey resin countertop under flap, and two door storage unit (optional 80L cockpit fridge). Pass-through to inside via sliding window Access to flybridge via port side cockpit. Access to port stern cabin from cockpit. Cabin closed with gull-wing door on jacks. 1 Lazy boy with storage unit in base. 2 cockpit lighting areas.

Machinery

TWIN YANMAR Sail drive 75hp diesel engines
Controls at fly and in saloon
3 bladed propellors

Electrical
LED lighting throughout boat Wireless lighting, centrally controlled from touch screen on map table
12V circuit including: 1 4’3” touch screen controls: lighting, battery level, fuel gages, water, navigation lights
1 set of 12V 6x140Ah service batteries 1 12V 80Ah alternator. 1 12V 48Ah gel cell starter battery

90k BTU Air conditioning
Aquatec Watermaker 200/LPH

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