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Lagoon 440

Saint Martin
US $310,000






44 ft

Hull Material


Engine/Fuel Type




About this Boat

RIPPLES II is a very clean 4 cabin Lagoon 440. Her current owners have sailed the Lesser Antilles over the last 5 winters and stored her on the hard for hurricane seasons in Antigua. They have maintained her in top shape and keep upgrading her. The standing rigging is two years old, the main and jib are from 2015, they installed a custom solar array. They rebuilt the saildrives (new cones, shafts and seals), replaced the roller furler, roller furler drum and headstay, replaced the fridge, and replaced the anchor and anchor chain this winter 2019. See the refit section for more details. 

Her interior is looking great. Have a look at the walk-through video. The woodwork, veneers, floors and liners are very well preserved. This is a 220/12 V boat. She is equipped with a key feature: 4 x 220V 50-60hz air conditioning units from 2015. This means the aircon can run in the Caribbean or North America interchangeably. 

She is currently in St. Martin and ready to sail. 



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  • LOA: 44 ft
  • Beam: 25.17 ft
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Additional Details

  • Brand:  Lagoon
  • Model:  440
  • Designer:  Van Peteghem - Lauriot Prevost
  • Year:  2006
  • Hull material:  Fiberglass
  • LOA:  44'/13.61m
  • LWL:  44'/13.61m
  • Beam:  25.2'/7.67m
  • Draft:  4.2'/1.3m
  • Bridge clearance:  71'/21.73m
  • Displacement:  26.88t/12150 Kg
  • Cruising speed:  6 knots
  • Max speed:  8 knots (motoring)
  • Yanmar SD 50 saildrives ~ Rebuilt; new cones, new shafts, all seals and main seals replaced (November 2018)
  • Fuel:  2x325 liters
  • Water:  3x 300 liters
  • Holdings:  2x 85 liters
  • 4 heads/showers with JABSCO quiet flush electric heads (1 per cabin)
  • 2 aft heads equipped with 85L holding tanks
  • LED lights throughout + spares
  • Solar panels:  Kyocera KD 250 (250W) x2, total 500W
  • Morningstar Tristar MPPT-45 autonomous at anchor for all house needs
  • Victron BMV-501 Battery Monitor System
  • Inverter:  12V/220V MasterVolt 1200W (Jan 2018)
  • Air conditioning:  4 x Cruisair STX8C-410A (8,000 BTU), 220V 60 Hz or 50Hz
  • 4 cabin fans, 1 per cabin
  • Shore power cord:  220V, 25’
  • Charger system + Batteries: Cristek CPS3 80 Amp Battery Charger for House and 2 engine batteries, from shore power (85-265VCA, 47-65Hz) (Feb2014), Tristar MPPT-45 with 500W solar panels for House batteries (Jan2015), Hitachi 80-amp alternators for House and 2 engine batteries via Diode/Splitters, House Batteries – 4 x 210AH Lifeline total 840AH, AGM Batteries (Jan 2015), Engine Batteries – 2 x Exide AGM24DP AGM 775 CCS (Nov 2017)
  • Alternator:  Hitachi 80 Amp x2
  • Electrical sockets: 220V sockets throughout cabins, saloon, 12V socket at Nav Station, Helm and breaker panel
  • WIFI Booster:  Bullet M1 WIFI Booster with POE,  WIFI Router and 75’ Ethernet cable
  • 4 cabins + 2 crew cabins
  • Sleeps:  8+2
  • Extensive storage throughout:  Under forward cabin bunks, forward crew cabins (one in each hull forward of waterproof bulkheads accessed through deck hatches), under saloon settee and bench, extensive kitchen cabinets, aft cockpit, large generator locker + two other lockers, forward cockpit, side lockers for fenders, spare anchors and mooring lines
  • Cabinets throughout
  • 4 hanging lockers, 1 per cabin


  • Refrigerator: Isotherm Cruise100 12V Fridge/Freezer (2013), Dometic CRX110 12V Fridge/Freezer (Feb2019)
  • 3x stainless steel sinks
  • Saltwater pump
  • ENO 3-burner + stove
  • ENO Oven
  • Stainless steel counters
  • Dishes/cutlery for 12 persons
  • Various knives, cutting boards, etc.
  • 220V toaster
  • Navigation station in salon facing forward equipped with VHF, ST60 Multi, ST6001 Autopilot
  • GPS:  RayMarine linked to AutoPilot
  • Autopilot: RayMarine Course Computer S3, RayMarine ST6002 Display (Helm),    RayMarine ST6001 Display (Nav Table), Lecombe & Schmitt URT Hydraulic Rudder control
  • VHF Radio:  ICOM IC-M401E at navstation, remote speaker(March 2018) at Helm
  • Depthsounder:  AirMar ST600
  • Wind speed + Direction Model:  RayMarine ST60 Wind (Helm), RayMarine ST60 Tridata (Helm) and RayMarine ST60 Multi (Nav table)
  • Chartplotter:  Garmin echoMap DV50 Chartplotter (5”) Nov 2017 – with integrated GPS
  • Handheld VHF:  Radio Ocean Pocket 4300
  • Plastimo Offshore 105 Compass
  • Sound system:  Pioneer DEH-1450 Stereo/CD system, 4/6 speakers




  • Mainsail:  Elvstrom, full battens, 3 slab reefs, 2012 ~ 400 hours since Feb 2014
  • Jib:  Elvstrom 120% Genoa, 2014, with UV Protection ~ 400 hours since Feb 2014
  • Genoa:  FacNor CX47(top Jan 2018), SD290 (bottom)
  • Mast:  SPARCRAFT 70’
  • Standing rigging replaced (November 2017)
  • Roller furler profile and drum replaced February 2019
  • Headstay replaced February 2019
  • Winches:  Helm - 3 x Harken 53 two-speed, 1 x Harken 46 Electric (servicing required) with foot controls, Aft Cockpit - 1 x Harken 32 two-speed
  • Deck cleats: 8 large mooring cleats (4 per hull), 2 small dinghy cleats (transom)
  • 2 Bow Pulpit Seats
  • Cockpit seating: 3 cockpits overall  with cushions (Feb 2014), forward cockpit – seats 6, fly bridge helm – seats 6, main aft cockpit with table – seats 8
  • Cockpit cushions: Replaced February 2014
  • BBQ:  Magma Force Gaz
  • Deck shower:  In transom steps, hot/cold water
  • Bimini:  Full bimini at flybridge helm
  • Traveler: Harken, full width of flybridge
  • Standing + Running Rigging:  Standing rigging replaced in November 2017, Running rigging, various, replaced as required
  • Stack pack with lazy jacks
  • Standard sail cover
  • Facnor Batten Car
  • Windlass:  Lofrans Tigres 1200W, rebuilt Nov 2017, chain gypsy replaced April 2018, bow anchor roller replaced April 2018
  • Trampoline:  2x mesh (2012/2014)
  • Dock lines: Multiple, including 2x 50’, 1x 100’
  • Water toys: Inflatable PaddleBoard
  • Swim platform
  • Primary anchor:  Kobra 35Kg (April 2018)
  • Primary anchor chain and rode:  60m 40Grade 10mm (April 2018)
  • Secondary anchor: Kobra 35Kg / Danforth 15Kg
  • Secondary anchor chain and rode: 45m rope


  • Life raft:  Plastimo Offshore 10 pax (expired)
  • Flares: 4 hand, 1 rocket (09/21)
  • Strobes: 1x Sirius (05/19)
  • Life vests: 2x West Marine Offshore35 Auto Inflate, 10x rigid Offshore Vests,
    10x offshore harness
  • Electric bilge pumps:  2 x Automatic Sahara750 for boat bilge, 2 x Automatic Rule 1700 for engine bilge, 2 x Manual electric for boat bilge
  • Manual bilge pumps:  2 x  Manual Plastimo 925 (aft cockpit)
  • Emergency tiller:  Rudder extension/tiller
  • Tools: Various screwdrivers, wrenches, Ratchet set, wrench set, electric drill, Bosun's chair, electrical wire, connectors, various sizes clamps, various tape, lines, Digital Multimeter
  • Spares:  LED Lights (interior), Fuel filters, Engine belts, DeckWash pump, -       Jabsco Head seal kits and parts, Garmin Sonar Sensor for EchoMap ChartPlotter
    SeaFlo 750 Bilge Pump
  • Fog horn
  • Spotlight
  • Alarm system: Flagship Marine Security system with pressure and motion sensors

Key additions:

-       Feb 2014:

  • New 80 amp Battery Charger for House and Engine Batteries
  • New cushions for all three cockpits

-       Jan 2015:

  • Installation of SS structure to house 2x 250W Solar Panels (MPS, Antigua)
  • Installation of 2 x 250W solar panels and MPPT-45 Charge Controller
  • Installation of 4 x 210AH Lifeline AGM House Batteries, total of 840 AH

-       Nov 2017:

  • New Standing Rigging (AA Rigging, Antigua)
  • Rebuild of Lofrans Tigres Windlass

-       April 2018

  • New anchor system (gypsy, 60m of chain, 35Kg Anchor, anchor bow roller)
  • New MasterVolt 1200W Inverter

-       November 2018

  • Rebuild of both SD-50 Sail Drives (new cones, new shafts, all seals replaced) (MPS Antigua)
  • Replacement of SD main seals (MPS Antigua)
  • New refrigerator, February 2019
  • New headstay, February 2019
  • New roller furler profile and drum, February 2019


  • Ripples II was part of charter fleet of Antilles-Sail in Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, 2006-2013 (8 years). Chartered with captain only
  • Feb 2014 – purchased in Guadeloupe, and have sailed in the Leeward and Windward islands in the Nov-June months (St.Martin to Grenada only)


  • The large aft cockpit, which comfortably seats 8, and shaded with sun awnings, is the gathering area for eating, or just relaxing waiting for the sunset green flash and during the evening hours. The aft cockpit is protected by the rigid flybridge and solar panels that extend aft from the flybridge. 
  • The forward cockpit is the preferred lounging location at anchor, where all crew can enjoy the trade breezes and late afternoon views of the islands and sunsets.
  • The raised helmsman position with centerline wheel has excellent visibility to all four corners of the boat and makes it easy to maneuver in tight situations in and around the marina and fuel docks.
  • The FlyBridge Helm with bimini, is the central area when sailing, with engine controls and all sail controls routed to the helm and easily accessed. Seating 6 persons comfortably, all crew enjoy 360 degree views above the seas while sailing and has been one of our favorite attributes of the 440.
  • Have thoroughly enjoyed our 4 seasons of sailing in the Leeward and Windwards and are now ready to move on to another location. Believe the boat is best located in the Leeward and Windward, given its excellent performance while sailing and comfort at anchorage (95% of the time). We have done Florida / Bahamas / BVI with previous boats, so see no need to visit those areas with this boat.
  • The Lagoon 440 catamaran, with its three (3) cockpit areas and expansive space is ideal for cruising the Caribbean and enjoying the multiple islands and calm anchorages, whether as a couple or with friends. 
  • Inside, the large saloon provides 360 degree visibility, large dining table, forward facing navigation table, and large L-shaped galley with 3 sinks,  facing the aft cockpit with passthru and plenty of storage in the galley and under the saloon settee and bench. Two refrigerator/freezers ensure the crew is always well fed. 
  • This 4-cabin layout provides 4 cabins each with it’s own private head equipped with Jabsco QuietFlush electric heads, showers with hot/cold water, and storage.
  • Forward cabins are doubles and aft cabins are larger beds with partial wraparound access. All have multiple hatches and fans for ventilation at anchor, and independently controlled air conditioning when connected to shore power. 
  • Hulls have plenty of headroom and width giving an overall airy and comfortable layout.
  • Sailing performance is excellent, with regular speeds of 7-10 knots with 1-reef in the main, our typical sailing configuration during crossings to keep all crew happy and comfortable. 
  • Anchoring the Lagoon 440, with a 35Kg main anchor, 60 meters of 10mm chain, controlled by a windlass remote forward, or via toggle switch at the helm is easy and straightforward. Raising the anchor, with twin engine controls, and the 1200W Windlass is just as easy. 
  • Finally, with 500W of solar panels, smart solar panel controller and 840 AH AGM house batteries, Ripples II is essentially autonomous at anchor. No need to run engines to recharge the batteries, thus significantly cutting down on engine hours, maintenance, etc… and quiet times at anchor.



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.

This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.

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