HUGE price drop on 14 March, 2017 -- now just $170,000 but for a truly limited time ONLY! This is the seller's best and last effort to make a buyer happy before he sails this catamaran elsewhere to sell (at a higher price).
The seller returned to the Rio in May, 2016, from a five-month cruise through Belize and Mexico, telling of an easy/comfortable 3-day/500nm leg!
It's time to get excited about owning this excellent Lagoon 410, and here's why: Barely Chartered. Yes, that's a term too often used, but come to inspect this cat and immediately discover how exceptional the condition is! A generous annual maintenance and improvement budget has reset the clock on so very many aspects -- and it's your turn to enjoy the rewards!
Look beyond the pre-voyage clutter in some of the pictures to see what matters in this exceptionally comfortable and spacious design. Check the Full Specifications page to see the excellent improvements year after year -- this is exactly what a buyer should hope to see when considering any used sailboat!
Your ideal catamaran is conveniently located in one of the finest cruising areas possible: the pristine Western Caribbean! After being safely tucked up the beautiful Rio Dulce in Guatemala for hurricane season, same-day cruising from the Rio can have you snorkeling or diving the world’s 2nd largest barrier reef – Belize it! Or, it’s just an overnighter away to experience the Bay Islands of Honduras (Utila, Roatan, Guanaja). Farther voyages can have you enjoying Mexico, Jamaica, Caymans, and Panama before returning to the Rio sanctuary year after year, as countless cruisers do. Great Yacht, Great Location… it’s time to have fun!!
Proceed with the peace of mind fostered by a brokerage reputation built on professionalism and integrity. SYS Brokerage only accepts yacht listings with realistic or bargain prices, listings that our brokers can represent truthfully as being worthwhile.
Listing agent: Chris Stanley, email@example.com, 502-5723-4940
(If calling from North America, first dial "011".)
--Jib, by Luigi of Camelia Sails
--Spectra mainsail halyard ($500)
--saildrive seals and oil change
--Windlass, Quick 1500w, with wireless remote control
--Raymarine depth sounder
--ECHOtech watermaker, engine driven, 100 liters/hour
--4G radar, Simrad
--ENO Ocean stove/oven
--Quick, 5-gallon water heater, engine/AC
--engine starting batteries
--replaced the mast wiring
--three 4D size Mastervolt AGM batteries for house bank
--Honda 1000w generator, barely used
--Mainsail, very seldom used since
--4hp Yamaha 4-stroke outboard
Of special note:
--All interior lighting is LED
--Power halyard winch
--Includes many spare parts and tools
--Barely ever chartered, really, and it shows far less wear than even that suggests!
Conceived to meet the highest standards, the Lagoon 410 is innovative and traditional at the same time. Naval architects Marc Van Peteghen and Vincent Lauriot Prévost have optimized the 410's performance while providing four double cabins and up to four independent bathrooms, ensuring everyone's privacy. The vast galley and living area, which opens directly to the cockpit through a wide, sliding door, maintains the characteristic Lagoon conviviality with a 360-degree vista. The cockpit, well protected by the roof, is the focal point for exterior activities. The placement of the helm station at the roof's rear provides a wider view, and by freeing up the rear cockpit, provides more space. In the front, the transverse net provides a superb, secure location for communing with the sea and the dolphins.
Bruno's Marina & Hotel
Rio Dulce, Livingston, Izabal