Basic Boat Info
San Pedro, California, US, 90731
model year 2016, length overall 45’ 10", water line length 43’ 11”, beam 25 10”, draft 4’ 3”, approximate weight 37,265 pounds, fuel tank capacity 274 gallons, water tank capacity 225 gallons, holding tank. Twin hull sail catamaran designed by Van Peteghem/Louriot Prevost built by Construction Navale of Bordeaux, France. Hand-laminated fiberglass. The interior cabin is finished with oak veneer paneling and vinyl wall covering.
twin 54 horsepower Yanmar 4JH57 engines, with approximately 2989 hours; Yanmar SD-60-5 sail drives; three blade 17" by 14” folding propellers; dual station Power-A-Mark II electronic engine controls with engine synchronizer; electric hydraulic steering system; audio engine alarm system - oil pressure, water temperature, alternator amperage; high water bilge alarm system; engine hour meters; fuel and water separators; engine synchronizer; two fuel tank gauge; two dc volt engine room exhaust blowers; two 24 volt automatic bilge pumps; two manual bilge pumps (located in cockpit); dc and ac engine room lighting; bronze sea water strainers on thru hulls; bronze thru hull sea cocks.
12/24 volt DC and 220 volt AC 50 amp (50 or 60 hertz system compliant with European service) shoreside service with shore power cord; 13kw Onan generator with approximately 2404 hours generator with sound shield; fire suppression system in the forward lazarette; fuel and water separator; inverter/charger; 220 volt AC, DC battery charger; four solar panels with separate controls; nine group 27 12-volt batteries, six are used for ships service (in series), and one for each main engine starting and one for generator start; sacrificial zinc bonding system; battery shut-off switches; battery paralleling system; 12 volt cockpit courtesy lighting.
deck stepped fractional sloop rig; main mast approximate height 76’; roller furling; foredeck spreader light; Harken turning blocks; running rig run aft through Spinlock jam cleats; five self-tailing Harken electric sheet and halyard winches; Harken traveler; 1 X 19 stainless steel wire standing rig; double spreader; 130% genoa with UV sail cover; fully battened main sail with three reef points with lazy jack system; gennaker
Quick 12 volt electric anchor windless with remote control on flybridge; 300' 1/2" galvanized chain with 40kg Rocna anchor; Patente plow spare anchor; second anchor bow roller; cockpit fiberglass hardtop with drop down storage cabinet with four sided enclosure, ac cockpit overhead lights; Plastimo 6” flush mount compass; two B&G screens touch screen, GPS, plotter, sounder, radar; two B&G auto pilot; two B&G H50 vhf radio's with antennas; dual station B&G digital knot log, wind speed, through the water boat speed, wind direction, wind speed machines; Plastimo (solas) eight (8) person emergency life raft; ACR 406 EPIRB Global Fix; rudder angle indicator; one 26” Sony tv in the master stateroom; Fusion MS-AV700i 12 volt am/fm/CD bluetooth player and with Fusion MS-NRX200i control on the flybridge, with total ten speakers; dc powered cd in the master stateroom; Dessalator duo 100 fresh water maker (100 liters per hour); stainless steel dinghy davit; 11’ 4” ARB rib inflatable with 20 hp Yamaha four stoke outboard motor; underwater lights; Magma rail mount gas barbecue; dockside water connection; 12-volt cigar lighter; three fire extinguishers; throw horse shoe with 50’ line; six life jackets; two Perko rail mount fishing rod holders; four Crusair air conditioning system with ECU controls; lower control station; cockpit raw water wash down; cockpit hot and cold-water cockpit shower; stainless steel swim ladder.
The Lagoon 450F, is amazingly well suited for owner operator sailing and entertaining. “Limoncello” was built as the “owner version” configuration with three staterooms and three heads. Making your way up the port or starboard hull into an expansive cockpit boasting a huge u-shaped dinette port across from a large lounging area. In the cabinets in this area are a Waeco icemaker, Isotherm refrigerator plus a drink cooler. The exterior decks are wide and flat and access to the foredeck is made easily down the port or starboard side decks. The forward area has yet another seating cockpit/lounge. Entry into the main cabin is made through a centerline entry from the aft cockpit, the galley is u-shaped and located to port as you enter; the galley features LG microwave, Eno three burner propane cooktop and oven, Frigonautica refrigerator a fully functional navigation/helm station is located forward starboard cabin, which is flanked along the forward main cabin is a huge l-shaped settee and table; to starboard and against the aft bullhead is entertainment center locker hosting electrical power panel, a hide away 26” Sony tv, Frigonautica front loading freezer. The port hull features two guest staterooms and two full heads with full separate showers. There is a ton of storage cabinets and drawers for extended stay guests. In the port companion ways is a Candy clothes combo washer dryer. Across the saloon the starboard hull accommodates the entire owner’s suite and private head and a ton of hanging locker, drawer storage office desk. The current owners had a custom mattress.
“Limoncello’” current owner purchased her in December of 2019, from her first owners, who had her built for their personal use (never chartered), in South America. She was purchased by a single asset Colorado LLC; she was imported US duty paid; then delivered to California. Once arriving in California, the owners started in on upgrades including reinforcement of the forward bulkheads at the direction/instruction (prior to failure), of the owners of “Parlay Revival” a more substantial upgrade to correct the known potential latten defect of this model. Over the last three (3) years she has been used extensively to cruise around Southern California, Catalina, the Channel Islands and along the Southern California coast. She has been lavished with consistent maintenance of machinery and systems. She has been moored at Shoreline Marina on FF dock and developed many new friends; this “FF” dock is a true community. “Limoncello” planned for more extended adventures but, life happens. Their plans have changed - and even though they have truly loved and enjoyed our time together, Limoncello is committed to completing a new owner’s plans for adventures and fantastic memories.
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