SOLD 2005 LAGOON 38 ft "NATASHA"

$275,000

BASIC SUMMARY

Boat Length: 38ft 
Asking Price: $275,000 
Manufacturer: LAGOON 
Model: Lagoon 380 
Model year: 2005 
Year Built: 2005 
Boat type: Sail 
Boat Condition: Preowned 
Boat Status: SOLD 
Layout: Owner 
Flag: United States 

DIMENSIONS & SPECIFICATIONS

Manuf. Length: 38' 0" ( 11.58 m) 
Maximum Draft: 3' 9" ( 1.14 m) 
Minimum Draft: 3' 9" ( 1.14 m) 
Beam: 21' 5" ( 6.53 m) 
LWL: 36' 1" ( 11.00 m) 
Mast Height Clearance: 56' 9" ( 17.30 m) 
# of Cabins:
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Catamarans NATASHA, Manufacturer: LAGOON, Model Year: 2005, Length: 38ft, Model: Lagoon 380, Condition: Used, Listing Status: Catamaran for Sale, Price: USD 275000

Pride of ownership shows throughout NATASHA. With extensive upgrades she features air conditioning, a newly installed Northern Lights Generator, Full Raymarine electronics as well as a custom helm seat for added comfort. This vessel is ready to cruise the Bahamas and Beyond! 

LOCATION

City: Savannah 
State / Province / Island: Georgia 
Country: United States 

HULL AND DECK CONFIGURATION

Hull Material: Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic- FRP 
Hull Configuration: Catamaran 

APPROXIMATE CAPACITIES AND SPEEDS

Fuel Capacity: 52 g 
Water Capacity: 86 g 

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Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desired validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Photos may not properly reflect the current condition of the actual vessel offered for sale. In some cases stock photographs may have been used.

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