The 2005 Lagoon 410 has undergone numerous upgrades and is now in exceptional condition. It comes with a dinghy and features 4 cabins and 3 heads. One of the heads has been converted into a convenient storage/work bench area. In the Fall of 2021 through February 2022, the vessel underwent extensive refitting, which included the installation of new navigation equipment, including a new plotter. Additionally, a new Spade 65lb anchor with a 200’ G43 Acco chain and a new stainless steel swivel were added. The trampoline has been replaced with a new one.
In 2018, new 18,000 BTU air conditioners were installed, ensuring comfortable living conditions. The vessel has been fully rewired, including the engine wiring, with all lights now equipped with LED technology. It is set up as a liveaboard, equipped with 3 x 327 w solar panels and a watermaker. The engines are fitted with folding props for improved efficiency. A high-quality Typhoon dinghy and a 20 HP outboard engine are included in the package. The running rigging has been replaced, and a new Harken 40 winch has been installed, with all winches recently serviced.
A new headsail was acquired in 2020, and a Waldor boom brake has been added to slow down the swing of the boom. Additionally, an AIS system has been installed for enhanced safety and communication.
Further upgrades have been made for the 2022-2023 period.
The previous port a boat has been replaced with a Bris dinghy and a new engine. The dinghy has been registered with the state of Florida. The 110 electrical system has been rewired by a marine electrician to ensure compliance with all marinas, and the shore power cord has been replaced.
In 2023, the engine starter, sails, and sail bag are being replaced, with the sail bag still under construction. New fenders and some rope lines have been added, and the salon table has been modified to be lowered into a daybed or raised to function as a table. The rub rail on the starboard side has also been replaced.
There are numerous other upgrades that have been made to this vessel, but to truly appreciate them, it is best to see the boat in person.
For more information call Travis (786)-422-4840
Saint Petersburg, FL, USA