Lagoon 420. 2009. Owners Version - NZD$ 470,000 Neg.


Never Chartered and Always Privately Owned.

Owner's Version

Yanmar 40HP Diesel Engines (not hybrid version)

Kept in Dry Storage for 3 Years

Continuous Maintenance and Extensive Upgrades 2018 / 2019 Before Sailing Across the Pacific to NZ

Fully Equipped for Long Range Cruising and Live-Aboard.

Air Conditions. Water Maker. 10 Kwa Generator. Washing Machine.

Full Rigging Replacement 2018

Extensive Range of Cruising Electronics replaced in 2016, including 2 X 12"plotters, 12Nm radar, AIS, Garmin Inreach satellite communication.

Electric Primary Winches.

Full Suit of Sails in Good Condition Including Code Zero and Spinnaker in Sock

3.1m Maxxon RIB Inflatable tender – New Jan 2020, with 18HP Outboard

Asking price to NZ$445k / NZ$510 NZ imported by seller.

Or seller offers delivery and import option to an Australia buyer.

Asking price including delivery to Australia and and import at his cost is NZD$520k.

Plus Much, Much More...


Gabian is an excellent example of this super popular catamaran from Lagoon. Owners version, never chartered, carefully used and maintained and fresh from her latest cruise, she is presented well and ready for her next owner to take her on their dream adventure!

Launched in 2008, Gabian (meaning seagull in French apparently) was voyaged from France to the Caribbean and back before being dry-stored for almost 3 years. Her second owners, a Swiss couple, added to her sails and electronics packages before sailing her to the Caribbean once more, before selling her to her current owners in 2017.

Her current owners, an experienced New Zealand family on their third offshore sailboat, have sailed her from the Caribbean, through Panama and Ecuador then down the South Pacific islands of French Polynesia, Cook Islands, Niue and Tonga.

Gabian is well presented with all systems studiously maintained, and all in excellent working order. Most systems have designed in redundancy, an essential feature for a successful remote cruising.

Major upgrades of standing rigging, mainsail, saildrives, canvaswork, batteries and PV system have allowed her to sail these extended ocean voyages without drama, and she’s ready for many more in the future.

There are plenty of reasons that this model is one of the most successful production sailing catamarans ever built. 

The Lagoon 420 is probably the most volumous 42ft catamaran available, and the owners version of this popular model is even more spacious, with the port hull featuring a full size bathroom/shower up fwd, a settee and desk space amidships and a generous double berth aft.

Large hull side windows and generous hatches add to the open, airy feeling aboard.

Stb side features two double cabins, each with their own shower and head.

On deck, the Lagoon 420 is clean and simple. All lines lead back to the cockpit, complete with harken electric winches and jambers allowing for a single person to manage all but the spinnaker hoist without leaving the safety of the cockpit.

The cockpit is huge and sheltered by the hard dodger and provides a second dining table that can seat 10. 

Each bow has a cavernous locker forward of the watertight bulkhead. Forward of the saloon there is a large saillocker and huge buson’s locker, big enough to store 4 bicycles, surfboards and more for the current owners. 

Gabian came out of the factory as a diesel boat (some L420s were made as hybrids and later converted), and with under 2000hrs on her engines and under 2500hrs on her generator is lightly used for her age. Her powerful 10kW Onan generator is plenty capable of running her cabin and saloon air-conditioning, 100L/hr watermaker, hot water clarifier, battery charger and washing machine all at the same time. Alternatively hot water can be made from the port engine while battery charging, watermaker and washing machine can be run from either engine or from the 900+ watts of solar panels giving true versatility and redundancy.

Engine, saildrive, generator and watermaker maintenance has been carried out at recommended intervals and is clearly documented ready for her next owner. All new engine mounts 2018.

A full suite of Raymarine instruments from 2016 include two 12inch plotters, 12Nm radar, AIS. Her hydraulic autopilot is factory installed, and steers faithfully without fail in the roughest conditions.

Handheld GPS, Ipad, paper charts, 406 GPS epirb and Garmin Inreach, fixed and portable vhf’s complete the nav table.  

Sailing, Gabian has a 2015 fully battened mainsail with continuous line reefing, allowing hoist and reefing without leaving the cockpit. Jib and Code0 are managed with roller furling, again from the cockpit. Just the socked spinnaker requires a crew up forward to help hoist and douse.

At approx. 14 tonne, she won’t race a Catana or an Outreemer, but she managed a respectable 7.2knot average to sail Galapagos to Marquasis in 18.5days with only 10hrs motoring, so passages need not be slow!

Professionally detailed including a full cut and polish in Jan 2020, she’s ready now for a new owner to step onboard and take her on her next adventure.

Significant upgrades:


New LPG oven/cooktop

Full standing rigging replacement.

Full saildrive service including seals, diaphrams, cone clutches, coatings.

New watermaker membranes, endcaps, high pressure piping, pump seals and bushings.

Additional 600watts of PV and MMPT charge controller.

New 520Ah house batteries

Hot dip galvanise both steel anchors and chai


New spectra bow trampolines

New cockpit and saloon squabs. New cockpit clears. New mainsail boombag and lazyjacks.

New UV tape to Jib and Code0

New start batteries to both engines and generator

New shower and sink mixers throughout.

Seal replacement to all deck hatches.

Remove and refit all large hullside windows.

New 130L saloon fridge.

2 new manual heads.

2 new 4.5kg NZ gas bottles + new solenoid

New Fibreglass bottom 3.1m Maxxon Inflatable tender – New Jan 2020

Full cut and polish of hulls, decks, cockpit Jan 2020

Read on for the full description and for more information please contact our friendly team at Nautilus Yacht Management. We are cruising yacht specialists and take a lot of pride in bringing you such a beautiful yacht.

Our agency has helped buyers from all around the world purchase the boat of their dream, and a decade of working on an international platform has provided us with the knowledge to help you with all the steps of your purchase, import, delivery, registration etc. Purchasing a yacht overseas does not have to be stressful. We are here to help.




2015 Mainsail with 2 continuous line reefs and third manual reef.

2015 Jib on furler. New UV tape 2019

Code 0 on continuous line Furler. New UV tape 2018

Spinnaker with retrival sock

4 electric two speed Harken winches (can be manually wound)

5 fenders + mooring lines


18hp 2 stroke Tohatsu – serviced Dec 2019

Fibreglass bottom 3.1m Maxxon Inflatable tender – New Jan 2020


Raymarine electronics suite. 

Cockpit - 3 displays + 12” E series plotter. 

Saloon – 1 display + 12” A series plotter.

Raymarine ST6000 autopilot with Lecomble and Schmitt hydraulic actuator on quadrant.

Raymarine AIS integrated to both plotters

Raymarine 24nM radar integrated to both plotters

Icom M411 fixed VHF

Uniden Atlantis 270 handheld VHF

Ipad 3G running iNavx as backup chartplotter

Handheld Garmin GPS

Garmin Inreach sattelite communication

Rescueme Ocean Signal 406 EPIRB


4 Autoinflate 150N offshore lifejackets with lanyards

8 man Viking Liferaft – Serviced May 2018

Flares (numerous rockets and smokes), all just out of date.

Pulpit mounted Lifering


2 x 3JH4E Yanmar diesel engines. Approx. 1950hrs each.

1 x 10kV Onan diesel generator. Approx 2730hrs.

900Watts PV panels + 60amp MPPT charger

Dessalator Duo100 12v/240v 100L/hr watermaker.

Baby Soba 240v washing machine

Airconditioning units under each bunk and in the saloon

Twin 4.5kg NZ gas bottles with solenoid cutoff switch

Two automatic bilgepumps with activation buzzers

Two manual bilgepumps – cockpit mounted


Primary anchor: 25kg plow on 90m 10mm galv chain   

Secondary: 25kg CQR on 10m chain +100m1" rope.  

Backup/stern anchor : 10kg aluminium Danforth.   

1kW vertical spindle Quick electric windlass.


3 year old Eno 2 burner gas hob and oven

130L 12v underbench fridge

130L 12v underbench freezer

USB/Bluetooth stereo with saloon speakers

LED lighting throughout

Soba Washing Machine 

Trawling fishing rod, reel and assorted lures and crimps

Dahon folding bike


Gabian comes turn-key with everything you need to just move on board today and go sailing:   Deck gear: Fenders, 5 good mooring lines, 2 shore power cables ( boat has current NZ electrical wof), 2 hoses, 2 deck scrubbing brushes, boathook, gaff.   Tools: 18v cordless drill, Fenn multitasker, filters, belts, hand tools including 1/4" socket set, 1/2" socket set, screwdrivers, wrenches, filter wrench, oil extractor, dingy repair kit, sail repair kit, splicing kit.   Galley: Full crockery and cutlery set. 2quality saucepans + 2 frypans, cups, glasses, bowls etc.   Living: Sheets, pillows, pillowcases, feather duvets for all bunks.


Sailing dingy, Surfboards and kitesurfing gear




Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.