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  2. Lagoon 400 S2

    Lagoon 400 S2

    Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, United States

    Castellammare is a US Coast Guard Registered 2015 Lagoon 400 S2 owners version in excellent condition currently berthed in Ft. Lauderdale due to the Covid situation. Castellammare also has an ICW friendly mast (63 foot air draft).  This is a pretty rare configuration and there few similar boats around.  As an engineer owner, there is an extensive amount of paper and electronic documentation and I will provide a thumb drive with about 1GB of electronic files consisting of a MS One Note notebook for logs and documentation as well as pdfs, numerous diagrams, etc. - examples in the photos. Our plan was to sail her to the Virginia area and we still may do that depending on how long the social distancing is in place.   She is extremely well equipped and lightly used and has relatively few miles under her keel.  Depending on the situation with Covid and the grandkid, we may sail her this coming winter, but will sell her if you are the right buyer and looking for a great boat.  We plan on having the bottom paint redone and saildrives serviced regardless. In addition to most factory installed options, this Lagoon 400 S2 has new additions and upgrades, including a brand new (March 2020) West Marine Hypalon 310 dinghy with aluminum hull, December 2019 Viking 6 person offshore life raft in container, 15gph Spectra Watermaker (2019), PV (Solar) Panels (2018), Lithium-Iron-Phosphate (LiFePO4) House Batteries (2018), Victron Power Management System (2018) (allows remote monitoring of electrical system), and a B&G Zeus3 Chartplotter (2019), Digital Yacht (2020) network on board network, lots of safety gear, and more.. This is truly a turn-key ready boat.  In order to sail off you will need to: 1.      Register the boat with the USCG (you actually don’t have to do that, but it is best). 2.      Get insurance. 3.      Register EPIRB to yourself and new boat name. 4.      Get an FCC MMSI number (not one from Boats US or other non-fcc organization as they are not valid outside of the U.S.). 5.      Get a tech to program the MMSI into the VHF and AIS transceivers. 6.      Program the MMSI into the MOB PFD Beacons and handheld VHF (you can do that yourself). 7.      At some point, register the dinghy to some State. 8.      Get some basic tools, linens, dishes, etc..  Pics are a combination of recent and a year ago as we are not on the boat right now.

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