Lagoon 400 - USD$368,500

Do Over – 2010 Lagoon 400 Catamaran

Do Over is ready for more blue-water cruising! The owners are a family of four who sailed Do Over from the east coast of the United States to Australia. They lived on Do Over for over two years prior to setting out on their journey, outfitting her with nearly $80,000 in upgraded features since 2013, including: a water maker; solar panels on a custom stainless frame; an updated galley (new countertops, microwave/convection oven, sink, stovetop, and faucet); extra refrigeration in the cockpit; a washer/dryer; a new, much more comfortable helm seat; a new Raymarine chart plotter; dedicated AIS; new dinghy; new foam and Sunbrella upholstery in the cockpit; new Ultraleather in the saloon; a Sunbrella, Strata Glass, and screen, full cockpit enclosure; new batteries; new showerhead; new trampoline; new inverter; all lighting changed to LED; a new life-raft; and much more (see exhaustive list below)!

Do Over has a Cummins/Onan factory installed generator, central air conditioning (and heat), electric heads, an electric winch, a 32-inch television in the saloon, a smaller television in two staterooms, and an upgraded Pioneer stereo/CD system in the saloon.

For added fun and convenience, Do Over has a dive compressor, three scuba tanks, and two double inflatable kayaks.

She is truly ready to go, with everything you need to go cruising safely. Importantly, Do Over does not just show well as a sailboat; she shows well as a home. She will not last long.


• Watermaker – 12V Spectra Ventura 200T with MPC-5000 automatic controller (2015)
• Drinking water filtration – 3M Filtrete 3US-PF01 carbon and sediment filtration (2013)
• Full Cockpit and helm enclosure – Sunbella with Strataglass clears and integrated screens (2014)
• Galley remodel with Seaward Princess, 3 burner gas stovetop, “Staron” by Samsung solid-surface countertop, ivory-colored acrylic sink, Kohler long-neck stainless steel faucet, Haier microwave/convection oven (2013)
• 2 x Flexofold, 2-blade, 18 x 13 L folding propellers (2015)
• Dinghy with oars – AB Inflatables Lammina 10.5’ (3.2m) Ultra-Light Aluminum RIB (new 11/2015)
• 6 HP Mercury outboard with 6 gal tank (2012)
• Dinghy chaps, never used, need alteration to fit new RIB (2015)
• Solar panels – 3 x 250W (750W total) Kyocera KD250GX-LFB2 (2015)
• Solar Charge Controller – Morningstar Tristar TS-60 MPPT (2015)
• Solar Arch – stainless steel, custom made (2015)
• Splendide 2100XC automatic clothes washer / externally vented dryer (2014)
• SSB Radio ICOM IC-M802 (2015)
• Automatic tuner for SSB Radio – ICOM AT-140 (2015)
• Pactor modem for SSB Radio – SCS PTCIII USB (2015)
• Rope antenna containing copper braid for SSB (2015)
• VHF Raymarine mic at the helm (2015)
• Upgraded VHF coax (ultra-low loss, Times Microwave LMR-400) to mast top (2015)
• Chartplotter display at helm – Raymarine, 3rd generation, cSeries, 12.1” color with WiFi (2016)
• LightHouse II user interface with Navionics Gold Pacific charts (2016)
• C-map Caribbean and South America electronic charts (2016)
• Vespermarine Watchmate Vision AIS – standalone, touchscreen, color, WiFi enabled transceiver, Vesper GPS antenna and Vesper AIS tuned VHF antenna and AIS / VHF splitter (2015)
• RADAR – Raymarine HD Digital, 18”, 48 nm, 4 KW (2013)
• Battery Chargers – Victron Energy Centaur 100 Amp, global AC power input (2015), ProNauticP ProMariner 40 Amp, global AC power input (2015)
• Balmar Smartgauge Battery Monitor (2015)
• Inverter – Samlex Power – SA-1500 pure sine wave output (2015)
• 8 Lifeline GPL-4CT batteries, 6V, 220 Ah deep cycle sealed AGM house batteries, (2015)
• 2 Bosch engine start batteries (2016)
• 3 Dometic (CD-030DCW-D65A) Drawer refrigerators, each with independent, fully hermetic, Danfoss BD35F compressors (2014)
• Freezer / Fridge compartment vent fans (2015)
• Gennaker (Emerald Sails) with sheets, continuous line furler (FX-4500 plus additional, new spare) and mini bowsprit rig (2010)
• New mainsail cover (2015)
• Genoa cleaning and re-resin (2015)
• New ATN trampoline net (2015)
• Line hangers around helm (2015)
• New owner’s stateroom shower head
• 2 Lewmar OneTouch winch handles, 1 Harken aluminum lock-in winch handle (2015)
• New main halyard, main sheet and spare fore and aft halyards (2015)
• New, spare traveler lines and gennaker halyard (2015)
• Salt / Fresh water high pressure washdown system (2015)
• Upgraded primary anchor – Mantus 29.5 kg (65 lb) (2014) with 250 ft of chain, 50 ft rope and anchor bridle
• Two secondary anchors – Delta 44lb, Viking/Fortress FX-37 equivalent with chain / rope rode
• BBQ, Magma Catalina (2010)
• 2 x 20lb, 1x10lb LPG tanks (2010-2015)
• Bow pulpit wood seats replaced with Starboard (2015)
• Saloon cushions reupholstered with Ultraleather (2013)
• New cockpit cushions upholstered in Sunbrella (2014)
• Custom re-designed and upholstered helm seat (2015)
• Bolivian rosewood cockpit table (2015)
• 3 63ft3 Aluminum SCUBA tanks (2016)
• 32” 5000 Series Full HD Samsung LED TV in saloon (2013)
• 2 x 16” Sceptre LED TVs in port staterooms (2013)
• Pioneer Mixtrax HD / Sirius stereo with indoor / outdoor speakers (2013)
• All interior lights converted to warm white LED (Marinebeam G4 10-LED SMD Power Clusters and 15-LED SMD Light Hammers) (2013)
• Marinebeam LED Running lights installed (2015)
• Lunasea LED tricolor and anchor light / strobe installed at masthead (2015)
• Second 12V breaker panel (2014)
• Owners head undersink and shower access panels replaced with Starboard (2015)
• Memory foam and bamboo cover for owner’s stateroom (2013)
• Seasava Plus R offshore 6 person liferaft with Hammar SOLAS hydrostatic release (2016)
• 2nd set of rudder limiting stops installed starboard (2015)
• SOS Danbouy 33 inflatable man-overboard system (2015)
• Fire blanket (2015)
• Attwood CO/LPG detectors all staterooms (2014)
• Abus heavy duty stainless steel main door hasp (2015)
• Watch Commander watch timer / deadman alarm (2015)
• Speedseal Life Impeller pump kits on both main engines plus 2 safety backup kits (2014)
• Racor 500MA primary fuel filters / Water separators on both main engines (2014)
• Racor 120AP primary fuel filter / Water separator on generator (2014)


• Length overall – 39’3” (11.97m)
• Beam – 23’9” (7.25m)
• Draft – 4” (1.21m)
• Mast clearance – 66’7” (20.3m)
• Light displacement – 22,818 lb (10,350kg)
• Displacement with maximum load – 33,246 lb. (15,080kg)

• Mainsail – Optional square top, full battens, Dacron 651 ft2 (60.5 m2)
• Roller furling Dacron Genoa, 301 ft2 (28m2)
• 1 double purchase mainsail halyard led to helm
• 1 genoa halyard led to helm
• 1 gennaker / spinnaker halyard led to helm
• 1 multi-purchase mainsail sheet and traveler on hardtop, led to helm
• 2 genoa sheets led to helm
• 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable cars
• Genoa roller furling (Facnor LS-200) led to helm
• 3 reef points led to helm (single line, slab reefing) with lazy jacks
• 3 winches at the helm station, Harken 46.2ST, 1 electric with foot pushbuttons
• 1 gennaker sheet winch stbd, Harken 46.2ST
• 1 dinghy lift winch, Harken 40.2ST
• Docklines and fenders
• Integrated drogue life ring with 90ft polypropylene rope in deployment bag
• Self-bailing
• Cockpit usable as outdoor saloon, stern walkway gives access to the transoms
• Hard top with 3 recessed white / red LED spotlights
• Helm station on port side on the coach house bulkhead: chart plotter, autopilot control, instruments, engine controls and gauges, compass, leather covered steering wheel with brake, access steps from cockpit with stainless steel handrail
• Steering system: cable steering, stainless steel shaft rudders, emergency tiller, stout rudder interconnect spar
• U shape seating area to starboard
• Cockpit coffee table interchangeable with saloon dining table
• 1 aft cockpit seat locker
• 1 technical locker (containing generator)
• 1 vented gas locker under the seats on starboard side of cockpit
• 1 vented locker under the lazy boy in cockpit with room to store 1 additional gas tank

• Forward seating area.
• Anchor chain locker with large opening on gas strut
• Large, 2 level bow lockers with locking hatches
• Anchor roller on aluminum cross beam
• Quick electric anchor windlass

• 2 X 300 L (2 x 79 gal) rotomolded water tanks in front locker
• Fresh water circuit with 12V pump accessible from port, forward cabin
• Hot water circuit with 40 L (11 gal) 220/110V electric heater, (also works from starboard engine heat exchanger)
• Rotomolded diesel tanks: 2 X 200 L (2 x 53 gal) under starboard and port aft berths
• 2 x 12V automatic or manually activated electric bilge pumps
• 2 x manual bilge pumps in cockpit
• 3 x 80L black water holding tanks (1 each head) each with deck pump out fitting

• Hot and cold deck shower to port
• Port side stainless steel swim ladder
• 1 handrail on each transom
• Rubber transom rub rails
• Access to engine rooms with storage above engines
• Recessed boarding step on both hull sides
Electrics / Electronics
• 12 V backlit electrical panel on port side of saloon
• LCD display with: voltmeter, Amp-meter, water level gauge, diesel level gauge, low voltage alarm for batteries
• Battery switches:
o House bank: under bed in aft port cabin
o Engine start: under bed in aft port & stbd cabin, switch to parallel engine start batteries
• 12V sockets in cabins (4)
• 12V sockets at nav station (2)
• 12V fans in saloon and all cabins
• Nav Pack Raymarine, (includes Speed indicator, wind speed & direction indicator, depth indicator, 2 ST-70 displays at helm, Auto pilot ST 6002 at helm, 1 ST-70 display at nav station)
• VHF - Raymarine 55E with DSC
• Cristec 40 Amp battery charger

Interior Layout
• Interior woodwork in marine plywood and light oak alpi veneer with horizontal wood grain
• Dark brown laminated floor
• 3 cabins, 3 electric Jabsco Quietflush toilets, 1 separate shower stall in owner’s washroom
• Owners hull entrance from saloon through sliding door
• Standing headroom: 1.98m / 6’ 6” approx. throughout
• All LED overhead lighting
• “Semi – island” type beds in both aft cabins with front and side access 6’ 7”x4’9”x3’3’’ / 2.0x1.4x1.0m
• Double bed 6’9”x5’9”x3’10” / 2x1.8x1.2m convertible to 2 single beds 6’9”x2’3”x1’11” / 2.1x0.7x0.6m in forward cabin
• Saloon can be converted to a double bed
• Mosquito screens for all hatches, ports and saloon door
• Fire Extinguishers

• 2 x 40hp Yanmar (3JH5E) Engines (upgrades from standard 29hp)
• 2 x Yanmar SD50 Saildrives
• Cummins/Onan (MDKBL), factory installed generator, 9KW + cocoon sound shield
• Factory installed, central AC/reverse cycle heat (44,000BTU), 4 units, all can run simultaneously on generator
• 12V 29gal (110L) Fridge with freezer box, 12V 29gal Freezer


• Bauer SCUBA tank fill compressor with electric motor drive (Factory overhaul 2015)
• ACR Globalfix iPro EPIRB (RLB-36, CAT II) (2014)
• Fiorentino Shark Drogue, never used (2014)
• Dutchman boombrake BB750, never used (2014)
• 2 Sea Eagle SE370 inflatable 2-person kayaks with paddles and electric pump (2014)
• Ditchbag – rations, emergency water, fishing kit, smokes, flares, sea marker dye, life raft repair kit, etc.
• Offshore, SOLAS flare kit (parachute,hand held, smokes) with watertight container
• 4 Premium Offshore hydrostatic Inflatable lifejackets, crotch straps, sprayhoods, strobes and whistles (2013)
• 4 Wichard ISAF “Bermuda” snap shackle, locking, double, expandable tethers (2013)
• Each lifejacket has a McMurdo Smartfind S20 Personal AIS beacon (2014)
• 4 Hammar PFD rearm kits (2015)
• Wichard reflective LyfSafe jacklines down both hulls (2013)
• Soft wood plugs at each thru-hull plus extras
• Rule 8000 GPH, 12V emergency bilge evacuator pump with discharge hose (2015)
• Edson 30 GPM manual diaphragm emergency pump with handle, intake and discharge hoses
• Bolt croppers for emergency rigging removal
• Emergency VHF Antenna
• EchoMax 230 Midi mast-mounted RADAR reflector
• Harken Bosun’s chair
• 5x20 liter diesel jerry jugs, 2x24 liter water jerry jugs, drinking water hoses, inline water filters
• 2 x heavy duty buckets
• Pots, pans, dishes, utensils
• Small dehumidifier, Eva-dry EDV-1100
• Storage bins, cleaning supplies
• Akita OnGuard Flex dinghy locking cable (15’)
• Stazo Stainless Steel outboard engine Smartlock
• Courtesy flags covering “coconut-milk run” route St. Lucia to South Pacific
• Signal flag set


• Racor RFF15C 15 GPM and RFF1C 2.7 GPM fuel filter / water separator funnels
• Engine and generator spares – fuel/oil filters, impellers, belts, zincs, oil evac pump, engine paint
• Dinghy repair kit and pump
• Outboard spares
• Annodes (zincs) for saildrives, props
• Spare LED bulbs for cabin (Marinebeam G4 10-LED SMD Power Clusters)
• Electrical – Boat wire (AC and DC), breakers, heat shrink tubing, fuses
• Fresh water hoses, hose clamps
• Assorted blocks, shackles, cam clutches
• Whipping twine
• Panavise portable suction vise
• All equipment hardcopy manuals, main engine service and parts manuals on PDF, Excel automated maintenance reminder and service documentation
• Cruising Guides: Ocean Passages and Landfalls, World Cruising Routes, Landfalls of Paradise, Panama Cruising Guide, The Panama Guide, Pacific Crossing Guide, Galapagos A Companion, South Pacific Anchorages, Charlies Charts of Polynesia, Cruising Guide to Tahiti, Ken’s Kingdom of Tonga, Photocopied notes on Tuamotos, many additional electronic guides provided upon request
• Paper British Admiralty Charts covering “coconut-milk run” route St. Lucia to South Pacific (2012)