2000 Lagoon 380 | Miami Beach, Florida

Boat Name: Serenity Now

Boat Model: 2000 Lagoon 380

Model Year: 2000

Asking Price: US $175,000 REDUCED!

Length: 38 ft

Beam: 21 ft 3 in

Draft: 3 ft 7 in



    • Designer: VPLP
    • Flag of Registry: United States
    • Keel: Other
    • Hull Shape: Catamaran


    • LOA: 37 ft 11 in
    • Beam: 21 ft 3 in
    • LWL: 36 ft 0 in
    • Minimum Draft: 3 ft 7 in
    • Maximum Draft: 3 ft 7 in
    • Displacement: 16006 lbs
    • Clearance: 56 ft 10 in


    • Engine 1:
    • Engine Brand: Yanmar
    • Engine Model: GM30F
    • Engine Type: Other
    • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
    • Drive Type: Sail drive
    • Cruising Speed: 5 knots
    • Maximum Speed: 7 knots


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (158 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (52 Gallons)
  • Holding Tanks: 1 (7 Gallons)


Number of cabins: 3

Serenity Now Lagoon 380 2000

The Lagoon 380 Catamaran, with over 500 produced in France is one of the largest selling catamarans of all time! Serenity Now is hull #32. The first owner rarely used her so the second owner bought her “as new”. The second owners only sailed her for 5 months a year and during the other months, she was hauled out and stored in dry dock. She is now with her third owner and has sailed the Caribbean, Mexico, the Bahamas, Belize and Guatemala. This owner’s version has never been chartered.

The two aft cabins have queen size beds and the forward port V cabin is a double bed.

Vessel Walkthrough 2000
L380 owner’s version
Twin Yanmar 30 with Max Props
Bow pulpits w new seats
Second water tank i.e. 158 total gal.
Two Propane tanks
Extra 110 volt panel for more services with extra outlets
Gauges for holding tanks
Color Radar
****B&G Chartplotter
Heart 20 inverter
USCG documented vessel
3 cabins, 1 head to port and 1 larger head starboard

General Specifications Interior woodwork in marine plywood and stained beech wood Striped synthetic floorboards

Starboard Cabin Standing headroom: approx. 6′ 5″. Entire starboard side dedicated to owners use large cabin with desk alongside gangway. Lengthened forward head with: Toilet compartment, electric macerating full-size marine head, fiberglass basin unit with cupboard and mirror, separate shower zone with door, storage compartments.

Main Salon Vast main salon with panoramic view and wide bay door. Standing headroom: approx. 6′ 5″ forward and 6′ 9″ aft in main salon. Bench seating for 8 persons. Central table Stainless steel table column. Storage compartments under bench seats

Galley Up. Standing headroom: approx 6’5″. Laminated counter top with wood fiddle. Wastebasket, 2 burner stove/oven, Cutlery drawer, Bread drawer, Cupboard under sink, Storage compartment in central bench seat, electrical fridge.

Navigation Station (port side of main salon). Standing headroom: approx. 6’9″. Panel navigation instruments, Navigation table with hinged lid

Port side washrooms: Standing headroom: approx. 6’3″, Full size electric macerating marine toilet, Fiberglass basin with cupboard and mirror, Wide shower compartment and integral basin unit; diamond non-skid pattern

Main Salon/Cabin Companionway Standing headroom: approx. 6’3″ Wooden companionway steps

Port aft cabin: Standing headroom: approx. 6’1″, Double berth, 5’3″ x 6’7″ Hanging locker, Storage locker with shelves, Seat and access to escape hatch, Storage under bed

Port forward cabin: Standing headroom approx. 6’7″, Trapezoidal berth 4’3″ x 3’5″, 6’7″, wide Lateral shelving, Storage under berth, 1 hanging locker, 1 cupboard with shelves

Cushions, Liners, Curtains: Individual cushions and mattresses, Fabric-covered wooden ceiling panels or fiberglass counter-mold in cabins and washrooms, Fabric hull liner in cabins, Counter-mold in main salon.

Construction Composition: polyester and vinylester resin, Foam sandwich hull construction. Balsa core, deck and nacelle construction, solid one-piece counter-mold, Laminated wooden bulkheads

Large cockpit, functional as deck salon, direct access from port transom, Self-draining cockpit. Steering station on roof bulkhead, engine controls, engine panels, compass, room for electronics. Steering system by cable Epoxy/glass rudders and shafts. Emergency tiller. Steering station Wood cockpit table with cover. Storage locker in cockpit seat. Gas storage. Newer canvas bimini.

Transoms: Direct access to water, port side Deck shower on port side Stainless steel swim ladder on port side Rubber transom rub rails. Solar panels. Dinghy davits.

Main 12v electrical panel,12 circuits
Voltmeter, circuit breakers, battery monitor
2 x Engine batteries: 12v- 70 Amp
2 x House batteries: 12 v-140 Amp
3 solar panels (**size and amps??)

1 x Fully-roached mainsail, sail area 505sq. ft. and battens
1 x Furling genoa, sail area 334 sq. ft. with UV protective band
Anodized aluminum mast 49, deck stepped with mainsail track and cars
Single spreader rig
Anodized aluminum boom
2 x Hull-mounted shroud chainplates
1 x Crossbeam-mounted forestay chainplate
1 x Mainsail halyard
1 x genoa halyard
1 x multi-puchase mainsail sheet and traveler in aft cockpit
2 x genoa sheets
2 x genoa cars with adjustable fairleads
2 x roof winches, 40ST 2 main sail outhaul
1 x mainsail topping lift
1 x genoa furling line
2 x lazy-jacks (new)
1 new sail bag
2 x winch handles
2 x winch handle holders in cockpit

6 X Mooring cleats
800w electric anchor windlass in anchor locker
Bow trampoline
Stainless steel stern pulpits with stern running light and horseshoe buoy mount
Aluminum stanchion bases
Double stainless steel lifelines
Stainless steel roof-mounted handrails
Lifeline gates

1 water tank : 79 Gals. plus additional tanks totalling 158 gallons
Freshwater system with one main pressure pump
Hot water system with 5.8 gal hot water heater
2 x Electrical 12V bilge pumps
2 x Manual 12v bilge bumps

Engine details:
2 x Yanmar 3GM30F
Engine Hours:
2 x Yanmar Sail Drives SD20
Engine cut-off in cockpit
Dual-lever engine control at helm station
Soundproofed engine compartments
Engine air intake in transom
Engine blower
Seawater filter
Access to engine compartments on transom
Fuel filter/separator

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.

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