This is a Rare Owners’ Version with the Galley-Up, very well-equipped and cared for.
This 1997 Lagoon 37 Catamaran for sale has never been chartered, and she is a Direct Shaft driven model vs. Sail Drives. This vessel should be considered Sail Ready!
With many recent upgrades and repairs, including an entire new Galley, and Professional Exterior Finish which was completed in December 2015, this vessel has been very meticulously taken care of, which is evident when you see it.
A salon & cockpit that easily seat 8 or more for cocktails, dinner, and or entertainment. 6’4″ headroom throughout.
Numerous custom upgrades such as the Galley, Hardtop, Radar Arch, and Electric Winch, make this truly a one of a kind beauty.
Way ahead of her time in sophisticated architecture, yacht grade materials & superior sailing capabilities. Preferred by live-aboards & blue water cruisers for ease of sailing on all points, performance, roominess & exceptional workmanship. A lot of storage space, openness & living area will astound even the most picky!
Open & airy with lots of light from hatches & huge salon with wrap around windows. A custom made hardtop with built-in heads-up electronics. All lines are easy accessible making this vessel an easy single-hand sailor.
The cockpit area has canvas with isinglass to close in the back making it an entire other living space.
About the Lagoon
The Lagoon 37 is a boat designed with the style, layout, and quality that accelerated the popularity of the cruising catamaran in the United States.
The Lagoon 37’s were built by two of the world’s leading sailboat builders, Jeanneau and Tillotson Pearson using advanced techniques in the USA utilizing glass cloths, vinylester resins, balsa cored construction and leading molding techniques that have been perfected over more than five decades of combined manufacturing experience.
She was designed by the innovative French naval architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost.
The optimized hull construction saves weight and improves performance and sea-keeping. The high standard of construction is the reason these yachts keep their value very well, so this is your chance!
Only 43 of them were built, it was just too expensive to do a real mass production, and this is truly a Very Rare Galley-Up!