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Lagoon 39

US $397,542






38.6 ft

Hull Material


Engine/Fuel Type




About this Boat

3 cabins / 2 heads - Owner's Version


Privately owned / Never chartered

This Lagoon 39 Premium, lying in Lefkas, Greece,  is found in excellent condition with a good specification.

The hulls were laid up in December 2013, and built as a 2014 model, this Lagoon 39 Premium was sold to the first owner in 2015.

Specification highlights include, Solar panels, Lithium batteries, Water maker, Quooker, and a full Raymarine navigation suite. 

Owner's Comments:

Coffee and Coconuts is a Lagoon 39 Premium. She is 39 ft which is approximately 12 meter. The width is 6.8 meter and is like a house on the water, with the freedom to go and to stay where ever you want. You can be totally self suficient with your own capacity to create electricity and fresh water. There’s no need to go ashore anymore. The 120L watermaker creates sweet water by pumping the salty sea water into a filter and a membrane. Within 5 hours you’ll have a full water tank again (600 liter) and you can shower every day, do the dishes and drink as much as you need for a couple of days.

The left hull is the owners cabin with a super kingsize bed of 2.00 x 2.00 meter and a private bathroom.

In the right hull are two double bedrooms and one extra bathroom. So Coffee and Coconuts fits 6 people comfortably.

Coffee and Coconuts has solar panels on the roof and on the front deck, with 600 AH Victron Lithium Batteries and 2 x Multiplus 120A-3000W converter, which provides the possibility to run the water maker, the built-in washing machine, a Quooker, a Nespresso machine and a hair dryer. This makes Coffee and Coconuts like a regular home, where you can do whatever you want and with all the luxury you’re used to. The solar panels can generate approximately 800 watt-hour.

In the laundry room you can find a perfectly fitting washing machine built underneath the triangle bed. And in combination with the retractable laundry lines you can use a dehumidifier to dry your laundry very quickly, so when it’s rainy or too cold to hang it outside, you can always hang it inside. You’re laundry will be dry within 1,5 hour.

As said, there’s even a Quooker on board, so you can make a cup of tea and boil your eggs in a split second :).

Coffee and Coconuts also has the newest 2018 Raymarine Doppler Radar, besides the AIS system, which will makes you visible for other boats, and also gives you the possibility to see all kinds of objects and weather systems around. It even has a collision prevention technology, based on Doppler detection. So you can sail during the night or in fog.

And when you’re outside any network or possibility for mariphone communication, there’s still the Iridium Satelite telephone. Which you can always use, even in remote areas where there’s no network at all. This way you can call home, or download the latest weather charts. So you will always be up to date.

Everywhere in the boat is LED lighting, in the hulls as well in the main deck cabin there’s an option between bright light or comfy evening light. In the main deck cabin there’s a variety of different light colors, so for example when you sail at night you can switch on the red light and your eyes can adjust to the dark.

In the middle of the boat there’s also a Beflexx built-in vacuum cleaner installed with a retractable hose of max 9 meter, so you can vacuum clean the whole boat.

Last but not least; a WIFI amplifier, so when you’re within a kilometer range of a WIFI spot, you can strengthen the signal.

From the cockpit you can control the electric winches for the sails, autopilot, electric anchor chain and all the navigation instruments. The last two are also controllable from the main deck cabin, so you sit comfy inside with your cup of tea and let the boat do the hard work, there’s no need to go outside.

For the colder days there’s a tent all around the outside lounge and the cockpit, so you can live outside even if the temperatures are lower. When it’s getting warmer it’s really easy to unzip the tent panels.

Sails: Code Zero, Main Sail, Gennaker, Genoa.

Engines: 2x Yanmar 3YM30 29 hp

Dinghy: Talamex with a 9.9 HP engine.


  • Designer: Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prévost
  • Keel: Fin Keel


  • LOA: 38.5 ft
  • Beam: 22.33 ft
  • LWL:
  • Maximum Draft: 4 ft
  • Maximum Displacement:
  • Dry Weight:

Additional Details


Lounge with kitchen and navigation instruments.

Head room: 200 cm.

Cabins: 3.

Cabin length 2.00 mtr.

Number of berths: 6 (possibility to have 2 extra in the bows, no mattresses present).

Interior: Light oak wood and polyester.

Mattrasses, curtains and cushions: yes.

Water tank & material: 1x 300 liter en 1x 275ltr polyester.

Water tank meter: yes.

Black water tanks: 2x 80 ltr.

Water system: electrical with hydrophor; direct shore connection and 120 ltr water maker.

Water maker: 2018

Warm water: Kabola  heater and 220V.

Showers: 3, 2x inside 1x outside.

Toilets: 2 electrical.

TV: 2 LCD flat screens, in owners cabin and in main lounge.

Radio/CD/MP3 with speakers inside and outside.

Stove: 3 pits gas.

Oven: gas.

Refrigerator: door model.

Freezer: top loader.

Heating: central heating Kabola (combi with warm water) blowers and 3 radiators.

Engines and Electrical

Brand: 2x Yanmar 3YM30

Number of cilinders: 3

Power: 2x 29 hp

Running hours:  approx. 900 per engine

Fuel: Diesel

Transmission: Saildrive

Propulsion: saildrive with 3 blades folding propellor.

Fuel tanks: 2x 200 ltr

Fuel meter and tachoteller: yes

Oil pressure and temperature meter: acoustic alarm

Bow thruster: electrical Vetus 75 kgf in SB bow.

Batteries: 2x start, 2x bow thruster and 3 x 200 Ah Victron Smart Lithium Batteries

Converter: 2XMultiplus 120A-3000W

Shore power: yes

Voltage: 12V 12 – 24 V

Navigation Equipment


Log/speed: Raymarine i70

Depth meter: Raymarine i70

Wind meter: Raymarine i70

Navigation lights: complete

Helm position meter: yes

Autopilot: Raymarine SPX30 smartpilot course computer

GPS: Raystar 130 GPS Sensor

Plotter: Raymarine E125

AIS: yes

VHF: Raymarine E55

Radar: 2018 Raymarine Doppler


Sails material: dacron

Main sail: square top lathed in lazybag.

Genoa: self tacking jib

Half wind sail: code zero on roll

Gennaker: yes (red, white, blue)

Winches: 4x self tailing winches and 1x electrical winch

Other equipment

Anchor: plow anchor /  DELTA on 50 mtr anchor chain. Electrical with two remote controls.

Bimini: solid hood on aft deck.

Guard rail: yes.

Integrated swimming platform with stairs and ladder.

Fenders and lines complete.

BeFlexx built-in vacuum cleaner with retractable hose (max 9 mtr).

Quooker stainless steel with retractable hose.

Washing machine top load AEG.

LED lighting, brightness and color adjustable.

Solar panels: 7x, appr 800 watt hour total.

Safety Equipment

Life raft: 6 persons in suitcase, last serviced and tested 2018

Bilge pump: 2 x electrical and 2 manual.

Fire extinguishers: 3x.

Radar: Raymarine 2018.

Lifelines: complete.

Emergency Location Transmitter: Ocean Signal EPIRB with GPS.

Recent maintenance

February 2019:

Sails serviced

Engines serviced

New antifouling

Full boat wash and wax


Nicolle Associates 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 vessel is VAT paid.
  • As always photographs do not do justice so a viewing is highly recommended.
  • This boat is lying in Lefkas, Greece.
  • © 2019 Nicolle Associates

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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