2007 Lagoon 440

Vessel Summary

Sold Catamaran NUDE LATITUDES 2007 Lagoon 440




    Boat Length: 44 ft
    Asking Price: $239,000
    Boat Name: "NUDE LATITUDES"
    Manufacturer: LAGOON
    Model: Lagoon 440
    Type of Yacht: Sail
    Boat Condition: Used 
    Boat Status: Sold 
    Model Year: 2007 
    Year Built: 2006
    Layout: Charter


    City: St Petersburg
    State / Province / Island: Florida
    Country: United States


    Manuf. Length: 44' 7" ( 13.59 m)
    Maximum Draft: 4' 3" ( 1.30 m)
    Minimum Draft: 4' 3" ( 1.30 m)
    Beam: 25' 3" ( 7.70 m)
    LWL: 41' 83" ( 14.61 m)
    Mast Height Clearance: 70' 21" ( 21.87 m)
    No of Cabins: 4
    No of Heads: 4
    Fuel Capacity: 172 g
    Water Capacity: 238 g
    Holding Tank: x4
    Weight Displacement: 13.393 ton (26786 lb)
    Electric Circuit: 110 volt


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


    Engine Manufacturer: Yanmar
    Engine Model: 3JH5E SD60
    Engine Year: 2019
    Engine Horsepower: 54
    Engine Hours (Port): 3000
    Engine Hours (Starboard): 8000
    Engine Type: InBoard
    Engine Configuration: Twin
    Engine Fuel Type: Diesel


    Does the boat have a generator?: Yes
    Generator Model: Cummins Onan
    Generator Operating Hours: 6000
    Generator Horsepower: 10
    Does a dinghy come with the boat?: Yes Dinghy Model: Inmar Dinghy Length: 11ft Dinghy Model Year: 2021 Dinghy Outboard Manufacturer: Tohatsu Dinghy Outboard Horsepower: 20 Dinghy Outboard Year: 2021

Boat Description

The Lagoon 440  has their trademark vertical panoramic cabin windows.  She is 44' 8? in length, 25' 3? in beam, and draws 4' 3? per the design specifications. The bows are slightly raked with a straight sheer and swim platforms aft. The goal is to maximize interior volume. The rig has a fair bit of rake to it at 70' bridge clearance. The Lagoon 440 features a centerline flybridge which sits the helmsman up high. Underneath, the rudders are set forward of the Yanmar saildrives to maximize space in the aft cabins. The hulls are voluminous and have mid-sized keels to improve tracking and minimize leeway. Displacement is a moderate 27,000 pounds. Construction of the hulls and cabin below the waterline is of solid epoxy laminate while the topsides are a composite cored sandwich of fiberglass, epoxy, and balsa with abundant framing throughout the interior for better strength and reduced weight. The high helm position provides excellent visibility when maneuvering. Instead of guessing where all four corners of the 440 are, you can see well but need a mate to catch the dock lines. There is a windlass with bridle forward for easy anchoring, trampolines port and starboard, and a centerline well with deep tackle stowage area.

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.

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing.

All dinghies are considered separate vessels and should have separate titles and documents. There is no guarantee as to the title of the dinghy on this vessel so Buyer accepts that while he may receive the dinghy included in the transaction, he may not receive the proper title to it.