The cheapest of its kind on the market!
Lagoon catamarans are well known to optimise space while offering luxurious comfort on a reliable lifestyle yacht. This Lagoon 560 is setup for self-sufficient living and off-the-grid world cruising. This privately owned vessel has never been chartered; and boasts optional extras like a carbon fibre canoe boom, Owner’s Version layout, and teak flooring in the cockpit, transom and flybridge area. The Lagoon 560 is a spacious catamaran which provides modern elegance and functionality, with all the performance of a blue water cruiser.
The current owner has prepared the boat ready for a Pacific Ocean crossing, including many recent repairs and improvements, however their plans have recently changed and they have their eyes on other horizons.
4 cabin Owner’s Version layout with extra crew cabin and manual head in port bow.
LOA: 17.07m (56′ )
Beam: 9.44m (31′ )
Draft: 1.5m (4’11”)
Mast clearance: 28.66m (94′ )
Displacement: 28.788t (63,478lbs)
Sail Area: 201m² (2,163ft²)
Full batten mainsail – with 3 reefs.
Carbon fibre canoe boom.
Furling stay sail.
2 x Yanmar 110HP 4JH4-HTE diesel engines,with 3000 hours each.
Shaft drive – with “Varifold” 3 blade folding propellers.1300L across two diesel tanks – total capacity.
4 electric winches – Harken 70 (2 speed).Hydraulic bow thruster.
Electric windlass – with control at foredeck, and chaincounter/control at helm.Rocna 55kg anchor – new in 2019.
2100W of solar panels mounted on bimini,with Victron MPPT controllers.
New house battery bank – 2019.19kW Cummins Onan marine generator, with 3200 hours.
220V watermaker @250L/hr.
Additional 12V watermaker @60L/hr.
800L across two water tanks – total capacity.
Raymarine electronic instruments at flybridge helm and saloon nav desk, including:
– GPS chartplotter
Note: these are damaged and need to be replaced.
E-Plex touch screen electrical management system, including:
– battery level monitoring
– fuel & water tank level monitoring
– interior & exterior lighting controls
– water system controls
– appliance controls
– navigation electronics & controls
Note: the E-Plex needs a new “clock” interface.
Hydraulic dinghy lift platform.
Teak flooring, weatherproof outdoor cushions & daybeds – for cockpit, upstairs flybridge & foredeck seating area.
Blue courtesy lights.
New stereo system.
New TV in saloon.
New trampolines – 2019.
New antifouling – 2019.
Engines have been removed, completely repainted and serviced – 2019.
This Lagoon 560 catamaran is a galley up layout. Glass sliding doors open to a very comfortable saloon. The starboard half of the saloon provides a spacious wrap around galley with additional floating kitchen bench, ample storage, double sink, electric oven, induction stove, microwave, washing machine, fridge and freezer.
There is a large leather lounge in the port half of the saloon, with fold out dining/coffee table. Here is a stereo, additional storage space, and matching foot stools. The floating central bench has a flat screen television which is raised and later stowed for excellent functionality.
The forward facing aspect of the saloon offers an internal navigation area. This has the E-Plex interface command station, DC panel, manual switches for the bilge pumps, and the navigational controls. There are four large forward facing hatches offering excellent air flow throughout the saloon.
Through the companionway in the forward starboard corner of the saloon is access to the starboard hull. A private ensuite bathroom is the furthest forward, with separate shower followed by an electric head and vanity. Then there is a large queen size bed with access on either side. Ample drawers, cupboards and hanging space ensure all items can be stowed. Further aft down the hallway is the master cabin; complete with large accessible queen size bed, study desk, separate electric head, many extra storage options, separate shower and large vanity area. This cabin also opens aft via a private glass sliding door onto the starboard sugar scoop.
Through the companionway in the forward port corner of the saloon is access to the front half of the port hull. Here is an additional fridge, tool room, and study area. Further forward is a large queen size bed with access on either side. Once again there are ample drawers, cupboards and hanging space to ensure all items can be stowed. Furthest forward is a private ensuite bathroom with separate shower, electric head and vanity area.
Returning to the saloon and headed aft is the teak cockpit. Here a private external access is offered to the aft port cabin via a separate glass sliding door, which does not require the main saloon doors to be opened to access this cabin. There is a large accessible queen size bed with study desk, hanging cupboards and many drawers. Further aft is a private ensuite bathroom complete with separate shower, electric head and vanity.
The lower teak cockpit is complete with covered outdoor dining area, additional fresh water sink, many cushioned seating areas and a spacious aft facing daybed. There is ample storage in the external lockers, including salt water live bait tanks near each sugar scoop on the transoms. Both sugar scoops offer fresh water showers and swim ladders, which are stored in the spacious engine bays.
Both Yanmar 110HP engines are in good condition, and were recently removed and serviced. There is a250L/hr watermaker in the port engine bay. The teak dinghy lift platform is hydraulically operated by a hand control in the aft cockpit locker. The blue courtesy lights add to the mood for entertaining in the evenings.
The teak spiral staircase leads up to a flybridge helm and additional seating area – where land can be first sighted a lot sooner than at lower levels! There is an additional table and many comfortable daybeds set beautifully amongst the teak flooring, as well as 2100W of solar panels mounted to the bimini frame. All navigational controls at the helm are relayed inside to the nav station in the saloon – including autopilot, radar, AIS, and charts.
The foredeck is a large area with additional cushioned seating area complete with blue courtesy lights, new trampolines, bow seats, salt and fresh water wash down, electric windlass, and gelcoat finish. There is a large hatch in the centre with the 19kW Cummins Onan generator, battery bank, and AC switch panel. The forward point on the port side offers an additional crew cabin with manual head and shower, whereas the starboard point is used for extra storage of sails and other essential items.
This vessel sustained some damage in Hurricane Irma in 2017 that was repaired to a very high standard. She has since demonstrated her seaworthiness in sailing almost 10,000 miles – from the British Virgin Islands all the way up and down the West Indies to Grenada, through the Venezuelan and ABC Islands up to Jamaica, Cuba, the Bahamas, Florida and Florida Keys, back to Cuba, through the Cayman Islands, Providencia and Panama to the San Blas islands and back again – where she is currently located in the picturesque Bahamas.
This Lagoon 560 is fully functional; other than the air conditioning, navigational electronics, inverter and Eplex clock – as well as some very minor cosmetic items throughout, which would be expected for a boat of its age. The remaining improvements can be done at the new owner’s discretion, or you can continue sailing as-is. The boat is listed well below market value to allow for further upgrades and improvements and accommodate a quick sale.
OWNER WILL CONSIDER REASONABLE DELIVERY!
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