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2018 Lagoon 450 Sportop Catamaran For Sale 

2018 45' Lagoon 450 Sportop Catamaran For Sale 

Year: 2018
Current Price: US$ 549,000 
Located in Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Hull Material: Composite
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel

This Lagoon 450S is like new 2018 4 cabin with 2 additional fore peak berths. She was cargo delivered to the VI and exhibits low hours and light use. She is fully equipped with gen, air, water maker, ice maker, solar panels and much more. She was just hauled for a bottom paint job.

 

FOR MORE PICTURES AND INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT 

TERRY SINGH or Call 1-720-471-0887

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Hello from the Florida Keys! Social Distancing on the Water

Catamaran at anchorWow! Who could have predicted these crazy times. Like so many of you, we are monitoring COVID-19, from our respective "hideouts". We do our part to help end this global pandemic as soon as possible by "socially distancing" ourselves onboard Zuri. We are at anchor off Key Largo in the Florida Keys along with another seven catamarans, all from our "tribe at Catamaran Guru™! As far as we are concerned, we have the ultimate social distancing vessel. Stephen have said so many times that “owning an ocean-going yacht is truly the only freedom left on the planet”. Those words are proving to be quite prophetic in Catamaran gurutoday’s situation. 

The group migrated from our marina in Fort Lauderdale down to the Keys to this tranquil anchorage, away from all the madness.We all have internet so we are for better or worse able to get the world updates. All of us are healthy and our boats are well stocked with provisions, medical supplies, fuel and necessities that will probably last us a month or more. Like all live-aboards, we are well prepared and totally selfsufficient, being able to make fresh water and electricity.

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How We Came to Be Liveaboards with Catamaran Guru™'s Help

cat india lagoon 440 catamaran buyer testimonial david knight

by David Knight, Lagoon 440, India, Owner & Liveaboard

 

In all my life I had jumped on a Hobie Cat maybe a handful of times and took a dinghy sailing course with the Royal Navy when I was a teenager.

Yet I had always had a dream that when I retired, I would quit the rat race, sell everything and sail a beautiful yacht around the Caribbean. 

When I met the love of my life online just over three years ago, one of our first email conversations was about that dream since Dara had both sailed extensively and lived in the Caribbean.

I didn’t really think it would happen; it was more a commonality, among many, that brought us together.

 

 

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JOIN US AT THE ANNAPOLIS SAILBOAT SHOW 

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Bali 5.4 North American Debut

The U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis is just around the corner and the display of award-winning new model catamarans is more impressive than ever. Come to Dock D to speak with us and step aboard the Bali 5.4.

We'll be offering tours of the Bali 5.4 and pointing out all the things we love since we recently bought a Bali 5.4 for our new home and office

In addition to the highly anticipated Bali 5.4, we will have the entire range of Bali, Lagoon and Fountaine Pajot catamarans on display for your viewing!

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Being a Part of the Abacos Recovery

Hurricane DorianEven with more images and videos appearing daily of the fate of the Abacos from Hurricane Dorian's wrath, it remains hard to fathom the statistics. The New York Times published some compelling before and after images of popular Bahamas destinations. According to the Red Cross, ~13,000 homes roughly ~45% of the homes on Grand Bahama and in the Abacos are severely damaged or virtually razed. 60,000 Bahamanians need clean water and food. And they will need it for a long time.

While airports are opening up and harbors are starting to clear with fueling options surfacing, it is still a challenge to provide the relief needed, especially if you are an individual. Not only is it more effort to get goods you purchased to where they need to be, but also larger organizations can make donated money to further by purchasing in bulk and only purchasing what will be used. And, over time, needs will change. Right now, recovery work and getting the much-needed basics for survival are the focus. Later, it will be resources to rebuild. So by donating money rather than your time and personal effort during this chaotic period, you will be doubly helping.

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