2004 Lagoon 380 For Sale - Myrtle Beach, SC - $202,000

by Steve Brantley
(Myrtle Beach, SC, USA)

2004 Lagoon 380 - 4 cabin

2004 Lagoon 380 - 4 cabin

2004 Lagoon 380 - 4 cabin
New standing rigging; new bottom anti-foul
Spacious salon; heating and air conditioning
Full cockpit enclosure

This Lagoon 380 is ready for full-time cruising – just bring your suitcase and set sail!

S/V Mimi is a 4 cabin, 2 head 2004 model of one of the most popular production catamarans ever produced.

The true beauty of this catamaran is the spacious, 360 degree view from the salon, whether you’re on a nice reach at sea, relaxing at anchor, or entertaining at the marina. With a large sliding door and a sliding window between the galley and the cockpit, you’ll have comfortable, open access between the salon and cockpit while enjoying the views.

Of course, reserve the clear nights for stargazing from the wide fore decks with dual trampolines.

The helm station provides excellent fore and aft views, and is comfortable for two. All instrumentation (chart plotter, depth/wind/speed gauges, VHF) and engine control is available from the helm, and all sail handling lines are close at hand. Twin diesel engines are in the aft scoops, providing excellent propulsion as well as ideal maneuvering in tight spaces while docking or departing.

Numerous upgrades and extras have been added over the years to make life aboard even more easy and enjoyable. A full cockpit enclosure provides protection from the rain and cold while still providing excellent visibility. A solar power system provides battery recharging while at anchor without the daily need to run the engines or generator. And full heating and air conditioning have been added to give all the comforts of

A major update to Mimi has just been completed at the end of 2017, with the complete replacement and tuning of the standing rigging, replacement of all the below-waterline thru hulls with flange-mounted seacocks, new house and engine batteries, and a professional paint job to the salon cabin top (no more of the spider web cracks that you see with other catamaran gel-coat-covered salons).

Mimi is currently located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA in the care of her second owners, and is available for immediate sale.

Asking Price: $202,000

MAST AND RIGGING
Standing rigging replaced and tuned Dec 2017;
Large roach fully battened mainsail on roller cars ;
Lazybag system;
2:1 purchase on mainsail halyard;
Profurl furling Genoa with UV strip protection;
Spinnaker halyard winch on mast;
(Both sails cleaned, repaired, inspected Dec 2017)

COCKPIT/SALON
Full cockpit and helm enclosure with Strataglass panels (new 2014);
Custom cushions and backs for entire cockpit and helm (new 2015);
New salon sofa cushions and matching curtains (new 2014);
Heating & Air Conditioning units in salon (36kBTU) and each aft berth (16kBTU each) (new 2013);
All LED lighting throughout (new 2014);
Cockpit table in white Starboard;
Cockpit shower (cold only);

DECK/HULL
2 self-tailing Genoa winches;
1 self-tailing main halyard winch;
Main halyard with double purchase system;
Single wheel steering;
Stainless steel protection at bows;
Dinghy davits Lagoon;
Outboard engine bracket;
Helm station with twin engine controls, engine panel and dashboard for electronics;
Double helmsman’s seat;
Bimini (replaced 2011);
Removable Isinglass windshield (replaced 2016);
Double panel, vinyl coated, mesh net trampoline (2011);
2 thru-hatch solar ventilators;

ELECTRICAL
2 engine dedicated engine batteries (new 2017);
2 large domestic batteries (220 AMP/HR each – new 2017);
Rewired for 110 VAC with (2) 30 amp shore power connectors, with 30 amp cables (new 2013);
Standard Horizon GX2200W VHF Transceiver with AIS, with new VHF antenna (new 2017);
Autohelm Tridata ST60 speed/trip/depth and wind speed with cockpit displays;
ST6000 Autopilot;
Navman Trackfish 6500 chart plotter;
3-85 watt solar panels (27 amps/hour with full sun);
Blue Sky Photovoltaic charge controller;
Fans- 1 per cabin + 2 in salon;
Xantrex Pro Inverter XM1000;
Sony Marine Compact Disc player;

AUXILLARY POWER
2 x 27 hp Yanmar engines;
2 x 100 liter diesel tanks;
Extra diesel storage containers;

SAFETY
6 man Plastimo offshore lifeboat;
ACR GPS EPIRB - registered;
Horseshoe lifebuoy;
Lifejackets;
Fire extinguishers;

GROUND TACKLE
44lb Rocna Anchor - 200 feet of chain;
12v windlass with remote control;
Guardian Anchor with 200 feet of 5/8” 8-ply rope;
Mooring lines;

SYSTEMS
2 fresh waters tanks holding 75 gallons each;
Water pressure pump;
Kuuma 6 gallon electric water heater;

GALLEY
2 burner ENO propane stove with oven;
Hi-efficiency Fridge Boat Capri 50 air-cooled 12-volt refrigerator;
Engle 34 Quart Fridge / Freezer – 12 volt;
Microwave (shore power only);
Double stainless steel sink;
Dishes, glasses, cups, silverware, pots, pans and cookware;
Pressurized hot and cold fresh water supply;
Fresh water foot pump;

MISCELLANEOUS
AB 9ft ‘light’ hypalon 6 person dinghy;
2 cycle 9.8 Tohatsu outboard engine (new 2015);
4-part block and tackle for outboard motor lift;
Force 10 Marine gas BBQ near starboard scoop;
Top Climber/Bosen Chair;
Power cords;
Assorted tool box;

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