For Sale by

Ancasta International Boat Sales

Port Hamble
SO31 4QD
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)23 8045 5415

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Manufacturer Info



  Lagoon Catamarans is a brand of Groupe Beneteau of France and builds multihulls from 39 to 62 feet. Many of these models are active in bareboat and high-end crewed charter and have been gaining ground in the private ownership market as well. Since the mid-1980s, Lagoon has built boats focused on practicality of use and onboard comfort. The boats are easy to spot by their vertical wrap-around windows, rounded cabintops and square-head mainsails. Visibility from the helms of these models is excellent as the steering stations are always raised but somewhat protected from the elements. These boats enjoy the support of a strong owners’ association and can be found cruising in most parts of the world.    

2006 Lagoon 570

£450,000 (Listed price: US$705,285)

Southampton,United Kingdom

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Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Fiberglass 
For Sale by

Ancasta International Boat Sales

Port Hamble
SO31 4QD
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)23 8045 5415


A classic Lagoon 570 built in 2006, in the CNB yard in Bordeaux. This Lagoon 570 is the owner's version with three double cabins, plus a skipper's double in the starboard hull and a crew cabin forward in the port hull. It has been in private ownership from new and never chartered, being cared for by the current owners who report her as "fantastic to sail and easy to handle". She has a terrific inventory, including generator, central heating, plotters, radar, satellite dome, GRP bimini and davits. The white hull has been decorated with striking nautical graphics in a vinyl wrap. Currently afloat in Southampton and available to view seven days a week by appointment.

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2006 LAGOON 570
Designed by Marc Van Peteghem & Vincent Lauriot Prevost and built by Construction Navale Bordeaux with a hull number of 37

LOA 55' 11", 17.06m
Beam 30' , 9.15m
Draft 4' 7", 1.4m
Displacement 33025lbs, 14.98tons

White GRP hulls, deck and superstructure with a blue vinyl hull wrap decoration
White GRP bimini cover to cockpit
Teak Cockpit
Twin helms with carbon fibre wheels
Teak composite catwalk over trampolines with hatch to anchor locker


Raymarine ST60 instruments at each helm and at nav station
Autpilot with Gyro compass
E120 chartplotters to helm and nav station, with platinum cartridge
Raystar GPS aerial
PC link for laptop
Raymarine 4KW radar
Icom 505 DSC VHF
Furuno Navtext

1500W electric windlass in anchor locker with updown remote.
Anchor, chain and warp

ISO 8 man canister liferaft -date of service unknown
Lifesling and Danbuoy
2 lifebuoys
Fire blanket
Lifejackets and clip-ons

Trampolines replaced 2010
Winter all over cover, new 2010
Gas detector
Boarding steps
White alumimium davits (400kg)
40" flat screen TV linked to satelliterouterinternet system (new Dec 2013)
Sun awning
Boat alarm
Warps, fenders and boathook
Cuttlery, crockery (Denby) and utensils
Bedding and electric blankets
Bimini (new 2013, custom-built, very protective and two thirds can be left up when you sailing)


Twin diesel Yanmar 4JH3-TCE 75hp.
Engine hours 643 on Dec 2013, engines serviced every 100 hours
Shaft drive to 3 blade folding props
Twin throttles at each helm station

12v electrical panel with 32 functions
6 service and engine batteries (140Ah each) - new 2011
Alternator to each engine
Fischer Panda 8000 NE (7.7 KVA) generator, approx. 50 hours to Dec 2013
Battery charger
Shore power and cable
Electrical panel for 10 functions with power source

2 x 445ltr (99gal) fuel tanks - drained and cleaned 2012
2 x 594ltr (132gal) water tanks
Holding tank for owner and skipper heads

Pressurised hot and cold water system
Pressurised deck wash
Warm water circulation pipes to central heating system"


CUTTER RIGGED with inner forestay
White lacquered aluminium mast and boom with welded fittings
Double swept back spreaders
Track with roller bearing cars for fully battened mainsail
Forestay with furler for genoa
Inner forestay with furler for staysail
Sheathed cap and lower shrouds
Gennaker gear and pole
Lazy bag - new 2013

Dacron double ply roached mainsail
Dacron double ply furling genoa
Dacron double ply furling staysail

1 x 48.2 STE mainsail electric halyard winch
1 x 53.2 STC genoa halyard winch
2 x 48.2 STC mainsail sheet and traveler winches
2 x 60.2 STC staysail furling and sheet winches


Owners cabin in starboard hull with double bed, large hanging lockers, vanity unit, sofa and desk. Forward in the owners hull is the huge washroom with large bowl Jabsco heads, twin sinks, storage cabinets with mirrors and large shower stall with plexiglass door.
Guest cabins in port hull. Aft double cabin with lee board to split double berth when required, seating, large hanging lockers and bookshelves. Washroom has pressurized shower with hot and cold water, sink and large bowl toilet. Forward double cabin with en suite heads and washerdryer machine.

Crew cabin in port bow with single berth and marine WC.
Skipperscrew cabin situated aft in starboard hull with access from the deck through deck hatch with ladder. Double bed and en suite shower, sink and toilet.

Galley is situated midway along port hull with an Ariston four burner gas hob and Nardi oven and grill, double ss sink with single drainer, Whirlpool dish washer, microwave (new 2010) Frigoboat front opening fridge and freezer.

Spacious saloon, with dining table to port, with sofa and folding canvas chairs, Sony flatscreen TV, DVD player and Satellite box behind it. Settee to starboard with coffee table.
Central forward facing chart table with rotating pedestal seat, bookshelves, navigation instruments and electrical panel.
Cream faux leather upholstery
Carpets throughout
Curtains to saloon door to cockpit

Cockpit with GRP bimini and removeable canvas side screens. Large seating area with table and bench seats with red cushions.

Two Webasto warm air central heating systems (one in each hull), using warm water circulation pipes for greater efficiency. Controls in each cabin.
Radiator system throughout (new 2013)
The heat is also fed, via vents, to the sundeck area

Broker Comments

This is a great opportunity to buy a large, comfortable catamaran. It has very generous accommodation for the owner and his guests and provides additional berths for a skipper and crew if required. The interior is fitted out in a traditional style and it also benfits from a generator, dishwasher and a washer-drier. The twin wheels provide excellent visibility for the helmsman, and the powerful rig is set up with two furling headsails, and the option of fitting a cruising chute. If a potential buyer requires air conditioning, we can obtain a quotation to meet his requirements.