$549,000 USD

Lagoon 570

Manufacturer: Lagoon Catamarans
Model: 570
Year: 2003
Length (feet): 56
VAT Paid: YES - EU VAT PAID
Location: New Zealand

Full Specs
$549,000 USD

Lagoon 570

Beautiful Lagoon 570 designed by Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prévost at a time when the brand was focused on classic ocean cruising catamarans, with a great balance between performance and comfort. The build quality and finish of this vintage of production catamaran is to an incredibly high standard rarely seen these days. After owning the 570 for a decade of glorious ocean sailing, the current owner started considering other options within the market and tried out various other vessels in order to find an alternative ocean going catamaran suitable for his circumnavigation needs. However, after realising that he was unable to find anything else as well built as this particular Lagoon 570, he decided that it would be much better to refit the existing boat.

As a result, in 2016, she has been restored with all new equipment, while retaining the integral overall build quality, hand built interior and workmanship of the original CNB build. The cost of the refit carried out in Canet en Roussillon, France was in excess of 185,000 euros.

This four-cabin version with galley down in the port hull has had virtually all essential items replaced – engines, sails, standing rigging, generator, batteries, charger, solar panels, water-maker and more. Her cockpit features twin helm stations positioned aft and outboard, but still protected from the elements.

Originally built in 2003 to the highest specification for an Italian owner who only used the boat for three weeks. She was then laid up until the end of 2005 when she was purchased by the current UK owner who has maintained and restored the catamaran as a thoroughbred ocean cruiser.

  • Never chartered
  • Teak floors
  • Long, sleek hulls for added performance as opposed to the very wide hulls on the newer models
  • Hulls made of multi-directional fibreglass mat, with carbon fibre reinforcement in high-load and stress areas
  • The hulls are vacuum-bagged laminate, with vinylester resin used throughout
  • Built by CNB, leaders in composite material manufacturing

Don’t miss this opportunity to acquire an extremely capable and reliable classic ocean cruising catamaran, which has been very extensively restored, for a fraction of today’s build cost.

Make: Lagoon
Model: 570
Year: 2003
LOA: 55′ 11″
Beam: 30′
Draft: 4′ 7″
Air draft: 79′ 7″
Dry Weight: 33025 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 740 L (2 x 370L)
Water Capacity: 1000 L (2 x 500L)
Hull Material: GRP
Deck Material: GRP
Keel Type: 2 Mini Keels
Designer: VPLP Marc Van Peteghem
Builder: CNB
Place of Registration: UK
Lying: New Zealand

General Notes

Refit 2016 with new engines, gen set, water-maker, batteries, solar panels, washing machine, rigging, sails, mooring, some electronics and comm devices, hot water system, upholstery, trampoline net.

Specs, Equipment and Information:

Engines

2 New engines 2016 with new shafts + cutlass bearings. New silicone bronze thru hulls 2016.

Number of Engines: 2
Engine Make: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH
Horsepower: 110
Engine Year: NEW (2016)
1st Engine Hours: 500
2nd Engine Hours: 500
Fuel Type: Diesel – Racor fuel filters and Marship fuel conditioners – Tank transfer pump
Maximum Speed: 10kts
Cruise Speed: 8kts
Propellers: Max Prop folding + rope cutters
Drive Type: Shaft
Engine Type: Inboard

New bearings on rudders

Accommodation

Number of twin/queen berths: 3
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2

Notes

All new mattresses 2016
Ocean air sliding mosquito and blackout screens to all deck hatches and windows

Bathrooms

Showers: 4
Heads: 2
Heads Type: Jabsco Electric 37010
Holding Tanks: Fwd starboard
Hot Water: New Stainless Hot water tanks and immersion heaters with new pumps (2016)

Galley

Galley Location: Port Hull
Refrigeration: Keel cooled built in fridge + Secondary drinks fridge in cockpit
Freezer: Water cooled built in freezer
Stove: 4 Burner gas hob
Oven: Gas built in oven
Sink: Double in Stainless steel
Microwave: Smeg Built in Microwave oven / grill
Ice Maker: Plumbing and wiring pre-installed
Dishwasher: Plumbing and wiring pre-installed
Additional: Electric Grill Plate

Electronics

Depth Sounder: Raymarine ST60 at both helms + nav station
Log: Raymarine ST60 at both helms + nav station
Autopilot: Raymarine 7002 new 2016 + Raymarine 7001 autopilot w/ remote as standby
Wind Instruments: Raymarine ST60 at both helms + nav station
Radar: Raymarine digital radar + Echopower canister radar reflector fixed to mast
Chartplotter: Raymarine E140 + C120 + Raymarine fish finder
AIS Auto ID System: AIS 650 and aerial splitter installed new in 2017
VHF: Icom IC-M 423G w/ GPS VHF NEW (2016) with remote at Port helm station +Secondary Sailor VHF
TV: Built in flat screen tv built into saloon cabinet which rises from counter top + Flat screen TVs in each cabin ( current owner never used)
Stereo: Hi-fi system installed to main saloon with Bose speakers in cockpit
Radio: Icom IC 802 Single Side Band New (2017)
Sat Phone: Sailor Inmarsat Phone
Notes: Furuno FAX facsimile receiver + Weems and Plath clock and barometer + 2 new Compass at each helm

Batteries

Battery House: Rolls AGM R-12-200 for total of 800amp hrs – New (2016)
Battery Engine: Rolls 12v emergency start
Battery Charger: Mastervolt 2500 inverter charger + secondary mastervolt 100 amp charger installed 2017
Additional: Xantrex link 10 Battery monitor

Electrical Equipment

Water-maker: Dessalator 100 L/hr 12V/240V New (2016) 240hrs
Generator: Fischer Panda 1500i new (2016) 390hrs
Solar Panels: Solbian solar panels 600w with separate controllers – New (2016)
Washing Machine: Candy washing machine – New (2016)
Air Conditioning: Webasto reverse cycle w/ separate fan coil units in each cabin + 2 in saloon
Heater: Webasto reverse cycle w/ separate fan coil units in each cabin + 2 in saloon
Inverter: Mastervolt 2500 with secondary 100amp charger New 2017
Shore Power: 220v
Additional: Led lights – 12v fans in each cabins

Sail Inventory & Associated

Mast Material: Alloy (Removed and checked 2016)
Standing Rig Material: Stainless Steel
Standing Rig Age: New 2016
Age of Sails: New 2016 (Incidence Sails)
Mainsail: Fully battened Hydranet 104sqm – 3 position slab reefing to main
Headsails: 68sqm Hydranet jib + 26sqm Hydranet staysail and code zero in PX Black
Screecher / Gennaker: 2 light gennakers
Spinnaker: Dolphin 180sqm radial head 2.2 oz cloth with sock & gear
Bowsprit: New 2016
Furlers: Profurl roller to gib + stay sail, Facnor FX 7000 + continuous line for code zero Profurl for gennaker
Winches: 1 Harken 56 electric for main sheets + 2 for spinnaker, 2 manual for Gib, 1 Harken 48 electric for Traveller + 1 for main halyard, 2 Harken 53 Manual reefing

Note: All winch controls NEW (2016)

Safety Equipment

Bilge Manual: 4
Bilge Electric: 4 automatic
Life Raft: Winslow 8 man commercial grade
EPIRB: Kannad safe link GPS Epirb new 2017
Fire Extinguisher: CO2 extinguisher in saloon + foam extinguisher in each cabin and galley +Two large dry powder extinguishers in cockpit locker

Notes: Halon gas fire extinguishers in each engine room + fire blanket in galley, emergency tiller

Ground Tackle

Anchor: Spade New (2016)
Chain / Rope: 100m 12mm galv chain NEW (2016)
Spare Anchor: Danforth type
Chain / Rope: 5m chain + anchor rode
Windlass: Lofrans 1500w
Additional: Anchor Bridle

Deck Gear & Accessories

Tender: Zodiac Pro 7 man with new tubes 2016 + 3D LT240 Superlight Blow up tender NEW (2017)
Tender Outboard: Yamaha 40Hp 4 stroke + 3.5Hp 2stroke
Davits: Upgraded Heavy duty
Swim Ladder: Stainless bathing ladders with teak treads to each transom
Deck Shower: Hot and cold each transoms
Cockpit Cushions: New (2016)
Bimini: Side screens with clear windows New 2016, net sunshade to back of cockpit
Air Compressor: 12v Hookamax dive system dual regulators
Mooring Lines / fenders: Stainless mooring springs and heavy duty warps for stern-to mooring
Spares: Good range of spares

Notes: Teak in cockpit and transoms, trampoline net New (2017), teak gangway

Miscellaneous

General Remarks: Excellent vessel, cared for meticulously by a fastidious and extremely experienced catamaran sailor, extensive refit work undergone in 2016, a great and rare find.