"Summertime Rolls has recently had a 29k price reduction and the owner is looking for ALL OFFERS on this vessel"
This 4 cabin, 3 head Lagoon 410 has many extras and upgrades from the standard vessels. The large custom hardtop is one of the best you will find on any Lagoon 410.
This 4 cabin, 3 head Lagoon 410 has many extras and upgrades from the standard vessels. The large custom hardtop is one of the best you will find on any Lagoon 410; extended wider than the factory Bimini, this is an excellent upgrade and provides good protection while sailing and great shade while at anchor. It also has additional sunshades . It has the larger Yanmar engines and air conditioning for the salon and cabins. This vessel will take you anywhere you want to go.
Summertime Rolls was on the hard in St Martin during hurricane Irma September 2017 and was dismasted and lost its hardtop. The vessel did not suffer any serious top side damage, the deck was not holed, no broken hatches or windows. The vessel was insured and the insurance company paid to repair the boat with new equipment which was professionally installed. As such the vessel benefits from 60k USD of new mast and rigging and associated mast mounted equipment and running rigging.
*ENO two burner propane stove with oven
*12 volt refrigerator
*12 volt top loading freezer
*Custom made fiberglass hardtop with two Harken skylight hatches, recessed lighting, handrails, isinglass windshield, and side and aft sunshades (2018). Two large forward storage compartments with custom deep made shelves and hooks. Storage under the cockpit seats in 2 lockers.
*60ld Manson Supreme anchor (2013) with 225’ of 5/16” chain (2015). Additional 44lb Bruce and steel Danforth anchors.
*Lewmar H2 windlass
*1 life sling
*1 boat hook
*Cockpit cushions with custom made backrests
*Double stainless steel lifelines (2013)
*Drink holder, binocular holder at helm
*Wide helm seat with backrest
*Teak cockpit grating
*High quality blue webbing for trampoline (2004)
*Garmin GPSmap 4210 x 2 chartplotter (one at helm one at nav station)
*Garmin GHC 10 autopilot control (2013)
*Garmin GMI 10 multi-function display (2013)
*Garmin GMR 18XHD Radome (2018)
*Garmin gWind Transducer (2018)
*Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF (Nav Station and remote mic for helm)
*1600 amp hour Lifeline AGM house bank (2013)
*Generator, 7.6kw Westerbeke with sound shield, Racor filter, start battery and 110v raw water lift pump, dedicated diesel tank. (NEEDS REPAIR)
*Portable Briggs & Stratton 3000 watt gas generator
*Magnum Energy ME2512 2500 watt inverter/charger (2014)
*Magnum Energy battery monitor and Advanced Remote Control panel (2014)
*Midnight Solar controller (2015)
*12v outlets in the cockpit
*Standard 110v outlets, including weatherproof double outlet in the cockpit
*Hot water heater, 110v shore power and engine driven (2017)
*Recessed lighting in cockpit
*1 x Webasto 9,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioner with digital panel in salon (2014)
*2 x Marine Air 7,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioners with digital panels with ducting to all four staterooms
*Silent X Marine Wind Generator (2018)
*4 x 250 watt solar panels mounted on hard top bimini (2018)
*Marine Offshore Labs Aegean 110v Water Maker with remote start/stop/flush panel with digital water salinity monitoring (HAS NOT BEEN USED SINCE 2013)
*Twin 30 amp shore power connections with 2 x 30 amp shore power cables and 50 amp Y-connector
*Two Jabsco electric toilets in the starboard and port aft heads. Manual toilet in port forward head
*Racor fuel filter/water separators
*2 x starting batteries (new 2019)
*2010 Doyle fully battened 570 sq. ft. mainsail w/ 2 reefs, lazy jacks and batten cars
*Furling 388 sq. ft. Genoa
*Harken MK IV Unit 3 furler (2013)
*Harken sail track and batten cars (2018)
*Main halyard and reefs run back to helm and Harken 46 electric winch (new 2013)
*Dyneema lines (2018)
*Harken 44 electric winch for main sheet, traveler, and dinghy lift
*Bow sprit for genneker with Harken furling system (requires new stay wires)
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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 desired validated. Photos may not properly reflect the current condition of the actual vessel offered for sale. In some cases stock photographs may have been used.