Sunday, 14 May 2017 13:41

Lagoon 380 in the BVI

 

Lagoon 380 is the undisputed world champion in its category (with more than 700 boats delivered in 2013). It's fast, easy to manoeuvre and safe, and has a legion of fans spread across the world's oceans. 

Move around easily and safely thanks to wide side decks and a rigid walkway on the trampoline. Transom platforms provide easy access to the sea and dinghy. The cockpit is a real outdoor lounge area. Saloon and cabins are bathed in natural light (large hull windows).360° vision in the rounded saloon.  Engines compartments are far from the living areas and perfectly insulated!

 

 Year and Make of Yacht 2004 Lagoon 380
Boat Size  38ft
Accommodations  8 passengers
Current Location BVI
Lagoon 380 in the BVI
  Low  Season
July 25 to Nov 5
Mid Season
Nov 6 - Dec 19, Apr 1- July 24
High Season
Dec 20 to Mar 31
1 week  3500  3997  5299
4 weeks (26 Days) 7930  9056  12,006

 

 

Specs

Specs:
Model:  Lagoon 380 Cruising Speed:  7 Kts
Length Overall:  37' 11" Beam:  21" 5"
Draft:  3' 9" Displacement  15,700
Water Capacity:  172 Gal    

Electronics

Electronics:

Electronics

Autopilot  Y Wind Speed/Direction  Y
Depthsounder  Y Knotmeter  Y
GPS Chartplotter  N Handheld GPS  N
VHF  N Handheld VHF  N
Radar  N
  SSB
 N
Satphone  N    

On Deck

On Deck:

Whats On Deck

Windlass  1200 W Primary Anchor  Delta
Second Anchor  Fluke Length of Anchor Chain

 125'

Cockpit Shower  Y Cooler  Y
Fishing Gear  N Snorkel Fins  6
Snorkel Masks  6 Kayak  N
Life Raft  N Life Jackets  8
Offshore Harness  1 MOB Lanyard  Y
EPIRB  N

Dinghy

Dinghy:

Dinghy

Dingy Davits  Y Dinghy Type  12' AB Rib
Number of People  8 Outboard Make  Yamaha
Outboard HP  9.5HP Dingy Cable and Lock  Y

Engine

Engine:

Engine

Engine Make  Yanmar Engine HP  2 x 27 hp
Fuel Type  Diesel Alternators  2 x 50 amps
Cruising RPM  2100 Fuel Capacity  2 x 26 G
Fuel Consumption at Cruising RPM  0.5G / Hr Generator  N
House Bank  140 AH Solar Panels  N
Inverter  Y
   

Quarters

Quarters:

Accommodation

Number of Cabins  3 Queen Berths  3
Head Room  6'4" Towels for Each Cabin  2 sets
Linens for each cabin 2 set Air Conditioning  N
Bathrooms 2 Single Berths  0

Galley

Galley:

Galley

Refrigerator  Y Freezer  Y
Microwave  N Hot and Cold Pressure Water  Y
Oven  Y Number of Stove Burners  2
Stove Fuel  gas Blender  Y
Number of Sink Basins  2 BBQ Type  Charcoal

Booking Procedure

Booking Procedure:

Booking Procedure: We try to make your booking easier: 1. Put Your Boat on Hold Just click on the Get Prices button with the yacht you want and the dates that you want. Then you can click the hold button to put it on hold for 5 days while you check on flights and get commitments from friends. 2. Fill out your captain's resume and email it back Printable PDF Captains Resume Printable word Captains Resume 3. Complete the contract Just let us know when you are ready and we can email you the contract. Or you can print off the contract here but you will have to fill in your dates, price and finally your contact information. Just email the signed contract back. It is that simple. If you don’t have a scanner just send us back a good picture or try one of the free scanning apps for your smart phone. We will require 50% down 50% two months prior. The refundable security deposit is $5000 for the cats and $3000 for the monohulls. It can be reduced to $1000 for an additional payment of $50 per day to a max of $500 for the cats or $30 per day to a max of $300 for the monohulls. Payment can be by wire transfer or check to Seabbatical modern ocean voyaging and mailed to the address on the contract or even on line through http://www.safefunds.com/. Here is a Credit Card Authorisation Form PDF for the security deposit. 4. Let us know the details. Like when we might expect to meet you at the dock. What you would like for cruising permits and park passes. If you think a captain might be a help for the first day let us know so we can try to organize someone that you might enjoy. Details page 5. Read Operating Manual for your Yacht When you get a chance read the operators manual for the boat you are chartering. Link to manuals to come 6. Print these forms and take them with you. When you get to the boat you will need to do a short inventory and vessel inspection with our staff. It helps us keep the boats in great shape if you can use the give us some feedback of what needs attention before the end of your trip.

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