Lagoon 52

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  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA
  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA
  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA
  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA
  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA
  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA
  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA
  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA
  • Lagoon 52 - AMEA

Boat Details

Make: Lagoon
Model: 52
Year: 2014
LOA: 52ft/16m
Class: Multihull
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Multi-Hull
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Twin Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 9
Cabins: 4
Aft Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 30113
Vessel Name: AMEA
Designed by Marc Van Peteghem & Vincent Lauriot Prevost
Interior deigned by Nauta Interiors
Forward, and aft cockpits and transoms overlaid in teak with grey caulking

LOA 15.84m/ 52'
LWL 15.60m/ 51'2"
BEAM 8.74m/ 28'9"

All figures approximate
White painted anodised aluminium mast
Double spreader rig
Carbon boom including LED lights
Adjustable lazy jacks with Lazy bag in natural
3 reefing lines
Genoa furler
Code 0 rig
Pole and furler

Fully battened square top mainsail 125m2
Self tacking genoa
Code 0 Mylar 152m2

Four electrical winches on flybridge for managing sheets and halyards
Alpi Oak blond interior finish
Four cabins with double berths with slats and matrasses, dressing table & stool, storage and en suite facilities including shower enclosures, quiet-flush electric marine toilets and hand basin
Galley with four-burner gas cooker and electric oven below, Miele 12 place setting dishwasher, stainless steel fridge, tall larder fridge/freezer, Corian sink
U-shaped saloon seating with interchangeable diningtable and 4 x poofs and electrical lift for TV
Two internal engine throttles and a remote
Interior Specification - "White Devon" upholstery, pleated blinds, indirect cabin lighting

Reverse cycle 60,000 BTU air conditioning.
Miele washer/dryer 5KG 220v
Dishwasher Miele 12p 220v
Fushion DVD/Radio in Saloon, Cockpit and flybridge including media box
2 x Raymarine Cameras CAM100 under flybridge
2 x LED Tv's Samsung one in Saloon inc. electrical lift and one in master cabin

Helm seat cushions
Cockpit has large U-shaped dining area and lounger with cockpit dining table and wet bar with solid bimini over
LED lights undermounted
Cushions in Taupe
Flybridge - large Bimini over flybidge helm with visi-panels and LED lighting
Taupe sun lounger pads
Running hours approx. 680 (per March 21st 2017)
Located in engine rooms below hatches in transoms of hulls under soundproofed boards
Sail drive with three blade folding propellers (plus fixed props as spares)
Electric 24volt bow thruster with batteries and charger
Extra throttle at chart table

ONAN Genset 17.5 KVA 1500tr 220v/50Hz with cocoon.
220 v electrical circuit
AC monitor, 100 Ah battery charger
2 x Inverters 2000W
Gel batteries 1260 AMP (new summer 2016)
12v sockets in cabins

Four fresh water tanks 960 litres total
Two Aluminium 496 litre fuel tanks
Holding tanks to all guest sleeping cabins

Hot and cold water pressurised system
Heated by 60 litre water heater or heat exchanger
Watermaker Sea Recovery 280 L/H modular system with auto flush built in SB machine room
Deck wash pump fresh water
Fresh water dock inlet,
Extra deck wash SB side at stern for cleaning tender lift
E1675 plotter at helm with rotating nav pod
Raymarine E125 display at nav station
Raymarine transmitter and receiver AIS650
Raymarine HD radar 18" 48 NM with Stainless steel protection
Raymarine i70 wind/speed direction
Raymarine i70 Depth/speed/log
Raymarine i70 autopilot with gyropilot
Remote control Smart Pilot
Raymarine 240E VHF with twin handset
Interface PC Seatalk USB Raymarine
Raymarine Extra display i70 in crew cabin
Raymarine Extra display A65 in owner's cabin
RR antenna pacific 3G AIS
GSM/GPRS 3G Gateway
Badboy wifi + Ericssson router

2000W 12v electric windlass with horizontal gypsy
Remote control and chain counter at the helm
Anchor with 12mm chain

Black Carbon Steering wheel
Carbon gangway
Opening stanchions port and starboard
Side stair
Deck wash pump Fresh water at bows
Deck wash at stern starboard
4 x Underwater lights
Large Bimini (Taupe) on flybridge inc LED lights
Taupe covers for steering wheel, wheel station, cockpit table and e165 display
Helm seat cushions, cockpit cushions, and forward cushions
Leather bulkhead organisers
Fusion upgrade Radio/DVD/CD/MP3 player with eight speakers - saloon, cockpit & flybridge with remote control
Tenders; 1 x Lomac 3.95 with 40hp Yamaha (60 hrs) with cover
1 x Zodiac 2.70m with 2.5hp Suzuki (10 hrs)
Hydraulic tenderlift
Standard Fenders 10x plus two rear ball-fenders with fendersocks
Liferaft Plastimo 8 persons
Tricolour light

Special additions:
Extra demountable wooden floor in SB bow for storage.
Rear window SB same as BB reflective and therefore not behind the wooden stair.
Extra cover for bimini
Rear sun-protection in white
Stainless steel support for captain seats

Spare parts several specific for the boat;
Such as; waterpump, propellors, mirrors, windowframe, oil,filters, impellers, petrol, gasoline and more.
VAT PAID. Keen seller willing to negotiate. This Lagoon 52 has set sail and she's a brand new yacht in all respects. The angular coachroof, bevelled deck edge and cutaway bows create a more sleek, aggressive look than her predecessor, the 500. Equally striking is the mast position which has been moved aft so it is now supported by a post in the middle of the saloon. This brings considerable benefits in terms of both performance and handling. The high aspect ratio mainsail gets the canvas high where the breeze is most effective. The short boom is easy to control and the lighter mainsail is easy to pack away at the end of the day. Setting the main aft creates room for a large-self tacking genoa and there is no need for an inner forestay. Handling a Lagoon has never been easier.

On the flybridge, whereas the 500 had a simple row of seats the 520 has enough space to walk around the helm, which further eases handling in many respects. The central steering wheel cleverly pivots to port or starboard to improve visibility when sailing or parking - a great feature.

Below decks the layout feels similar to the 560 in many respects, particularly with regard to the port aft cabin which is accessible from the cockpit. Island beds and vanity desks feature in the 3 or 4 cabin versions and there is a 5-cabin family/charter option in the pipeline too. Each new Lagoon brings in a new level of luxury. The interior of the 52 has a new light wood interior with richly patterned grain and some nice leather touches.

The aft deck features a very wide gangway between the transoms and there is space for an optional raised bench seat here too. Forward of the coachroof you will find Lagoon's trademark sunken cockpit. It is safe to say there is no shortage of room in the shade or the sun, away from the tangle of ropes, where you can truly relax!
Used by Private Owner and never chartered. Selling due to ill health.