Lagoon 380 S2 Premium For Sale Asking Price € 220,000

by Rory Stewart
(Algarve, Portugal)

Early morning on the mooring

Early morning on the mooring

Early morning on the mooring
3 Cabin layout
Saloon & chart table
Main cabin


The 380 is still in production after 15 years and 750+ examples. This is hull number 503 from 2008 and a light wood 3-cabin version which is rarer and very much in demand for living aboard in comfort. After a monohull the space, storage, headroom and light is amazing! Check out the owner´s hull with the luxurious heads and separate shower.

We have made some improvements and ensured that the maintenance is fully up to date, including the engines, replacing the seals on the sail drives and new propellers.
This lovely Lagoon is ready to set off and sail away into the blue.

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Year: 2008
  • LOA: 11.56 M (37´11”);
  • LWL: 11.00 M (36´1”);
  • Beam: 6.53 M (21´5”);
  • Area: 75.5 Sq Metres;
  • Draft: 1.14 M (3´9”);
  • Mast Clearance: 17.32 M (56´10”);
  • Fuel: 100 L X 2;
  • Water: 300 L X 1;
  • Holding Tank: 80L X 2
  • Engines: Yanmar 3YM30 SD 2 X 29hp
  • Nos: E10350, E 09938
  • SSR 160967

Reason for sale:
My wife has a mobility problem and we had hoped that a catamaran would be the answer. Sadly the movement and items such as the height of some steps and the beds make life difficult for her. We love the boat generally and the light, airy saloon and hulls. She sails very well and is a dream for being able to go into thin water!!

Featured extras:
  • Watermaker Dessalator 60 Litres per hour;
  • Solar Panels 2 X 110 Watts;
  • Domestic Batteries 3 X 125 Vetus 2012;
  • Microwave;
  • 2 X Webasto heaters;
  • Mattresses for Saloon Double bed (+ short table legs);
  • Full size GRP Cockpit table; Protective Covers for tables;
  • Bimini new 2013;
  • Trampoline new 2013;
  • Caribe 310 Light RIB Yellow in very good condition;
  • Parsun 5hp 4 stroke outboard (recently serviced);
  • Bowsprit 2015;
  • Harken 46 winch 2015;
  • Kemp Sails Code Zero, 2015;
  • Raymarine a65 & Radar 2012;
  • New Yanmar propellors 2015;
  • Sail drive Seals 2015;
  • New Starter motor Starboard engine 2016

General specification information:

  • Bimini (new 2013);
  • Electric windlass (Quick);
  • Primary Brittany type Anchor & chain;
  • Secondary Brittany type anchor & Chain;
  • Forward pulpits with GRP seats;
  • Shelving in both forward lockers;
  • Outboard engine bracket with lock;
  • Stainless steel dinghy davits;
  • Caribe Yellow 310m lightweight RIB;
  • Deck light;
  • Radio 2 speakers in saloon;
  • Deck shower (hot & cold);
  • Hardwood infill for Cockpit drain area;
  • Warps and fenders;
  • Trampoline replaced 2013;
  • Water tank level gauge;
  • 2 X 110 Watt Solar Panels;
  • Aluminium folding Passerelle;
  • New protective strips on transoms 2015

  • Fully battened main & stack pack;
  • Furling genoa;
  • New Kemp Sails Code Zero on Facnor Furling drum with endless line and new Bowsprit 2015;
  • New Harken 46 winch 2015;
  • Harken 44 Electric winch;
  • Harken 40 Manual winch

  • Raymarine a65 chartplotter & Radar to helm station 2012. Wifi & Bluetooth to Tablets;
  • Raymarine ST70 pack 2008;
  • Ocean DSC VHF;
  • Raymarine autopilot;
  • Navionics Gold Charts Western Europe to Sardinia (2016) & Med to Black Sea (2012)

Asking price is €220,000

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Feb 23, 2016
Cruise in comfort in this spacious 38ft catamaran
by: Dick McClary

Currently located in Portugal and ready to go north to the UK, or east into the Mediterranean, or west to the Atlantic Islands and on to the Caribbean. Your choice!

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