Lagoon 62' Valentina

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Specs

Year: 2013

Length: 62 ft

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

Staterooms: 4

Heads: 5

Plus Crew

Engine: Twin Volvos

Model: D3

Power: 110 HP each

Asking Price
$1,499,000

Lagoon 620 Valentina

VALENTINA may be the only 62' Lagoon that has NEVER been chartered and NEVER seen a hurricane. She has always been meticulously maintained by her non-smoking, no-red wine drinking, pet-free, owners. To enjoy the ultimate off-grid & quiet sailing-experience, they installed a custom flybridge hardtop with climate-controllable enclosure to support enough solar, wind and battery-back-up to run the entire yacht (- air cond!) without using the generator. Her desirable owner's layout has a master with sliding door to a private deck, 3 additional double cabins with private heads and a separate crew-quarters. She can easily be handled by a couple, and is ready to cruise the world in luxury, or earn her keeps by chartering. The owners just sailed to Ft. 

 

Measurements:

LOA: 62 ft

LWL: 59 ft 9 in 

Beam: 32 ft 10 in 

Max Bridge Clearance: 101 ft 9 in 

Max Draft: 5 ft 1 in 

Dry Weight: 77780 lb

Displacement: 37639 lb

Fuel Tanks #: 2

Fuel Tanks Capacity: 172 gal

Fresh Water Tanks #: 4

Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 63 gal 

Number of Cabins: 4 

Number of Heads: 5

 

Propulsion:

Engine #1

 

Engine Make: Volvo

Engine Model: D3

Location: Port

Hours: 845

Power: 110 hp 

 

Engine #2

 

Engine Make: Volvo

Engine Model: D3

Location: Starboard

Hours: 1696

Power: 110 hp 

 

Electronics:

Depth-sounder

Radar

Log-Speedometer

Radar Detector 

Wind Speed and Direction

Computer

Repeater(s)

TV set – (4)

Navigation Center

Plotter

DVD Player

Autopilot

Compass

CD Player

GPS

Cockpit Speakers

VHF

 

Inside Equipment:

Dishwasher 

Bow Thruster

Washing Machine 

Air Conditioning 

Heating

Fresh Water Maker

 

Outside Equipment/Extras:

Teak Cockpit 

Wind Generator 

Tender – with hydraulic lift system 

Solar Panel 

Life Raft 

Cockpit Cushions

Cockpit Table 

Swimming Ladder

 

Deck Equipment:

Foredeck:

  • 1 deck hatch for technical compartment access

-house battery bank 

-dedicated area for generator (optional), chargers (optional), inverter (optional), dive compressor (optional)

  • 2000W 24V electric windlass on deck with horizontal gipsy (14mm chain) and remote control 

  • Chain locker to starboard of the windlass

  • 3 deck lockers 2 to port and 1 to starboard 

  • Composite longitudinal compression beam including anchor chain run, forestay chain plate, staysail and gennaker tack fittings (optional)

 

Deck Hardware:

Harken Deck Gear 

1 X STEVA 74.2 mainsail halyard electric winch 

3 X STA 74.2 manual winches: 2 for genoa sheets and 1 for reefing lines and traveler lines 

 

Cockpit:

Cockpit and salon on one level (no steps)

Teak cockpit floor

L shaped settee

Storage under settee

Large Teak cockpit table made of 2 separate tops 

3 door cockpit locker with sink and resin countertop 

Cockpit fridge 80 L (21 US Gal)

8 spotlights recessed in hard top ceiling with dimmer switch

Storage in cockpit ceiling 

Aft crossbeam with 4 storage lockers, sun lounging area, dedicated space for 2 X 10-person life raft, stainless steel railing.

 

Accommodations:

4 CABIN VERSION:  Galley in port hull (owner’s cabin in starboard hull)

 

Salon:

Access from the cockpit through the sliding & locking door with latching mechanism inside and out. 

Half-way latching points 

Storage under floors with hinged panels and lifting arm 

4 opening hatches on the front windows 

Forward window curtains 

Companionway steps port and stbd against coachouse bulkhead

Companionway steps port and stbd behind mast bulkhead

Lockers on mast bulkhead including 

Dish cupboard

Storage 

Portside:

Couch for 3 with lazy boy lounge chair

1 coffee table 

Bar cabinet forward of the settee

Storage 

Space for flatscreen TV on electric lift (option)

1 X 220V outlet 

 

Starboard side:

Couch for 5 people

2 coffee tables convertible into one large dining table (telescopic legs)

4 stand-alone chairs

1 X 220V outlet 

 

Port and starboard forward cabins:

Access from the forward companionway via wooden door 

Queen size bed (2,05m/1,60m/5’3) with side access and wood slats under mattress

Upholstered bed headboard 

Under bed storage 

Bedside storage

Hanging locker with lights and shelves

Storage locker on outboard side

1 opening porthole 

Large one-way fixed hull window

Opaque window curtains

Opening deck hatch with mosquito screen and blind 

Direct access to the bathroom (mirror behind door)

Minimum headroom 2.05m (6’9”)

2 x 220V outlets

Cabin door with lock 

Upholstered panels on ceiling liners

General cabin lighting with two-way switch by bed side and reading lights 

 

Forward port and starboard cabin heads:

Solid resin countertop (“Coffee Bean” colour) with built in washbasin 

Separate shower stall with plexiglass door 

Non-skid floor in bathroom and shower stall

Vanity cabinet and mirror 

Electrical Tecma fresh-water toilet 

Toilet paper holder 

Soap holder

Wall mounted towel holder

Headroom 2.05m (6’9”)

Opening deck hatch with mosquito screen and blind 

3 spotlights

 

Master Cabin:

Large private stateroom with adjoining lounge/office, private access to aft deck 

Large shower and double vanity with separate enclosed head 

 

Galley:

Access from cockpit through sliding glass door and steps 

Access from the salon through the companionway steps 

2 opening deck hatches

 

Outboard side:

White solid material countertop (White Ice Corian)

2 waste bins under countertop for selective refuse 

1 double-door side by side fridge/freezer 220V 500I (132 US Gal) with icemaker and dedicated 24/220V inverter

Dedicated space for washer/dryer (optional)

Dedicated space for dishwasher (optional) + upper storage 

3 X 220V outlets

Lower storage with shelves 

Opening port hole

1 large one-way fixed hull window 

1 double stainless-steel sink with stainless steel mixer tap

 

Inboard side:

White solid resin countertop (Ice White Corian)

4 burner butane stove

Electric hood over the stove (option)

Butane oven 52L (14 US Gal)

Space for multi-function microwave open (option)

Upper storage cabinets

Lower storage cabinets with drawers and shelves

Ceiling and under cabinet lights

 

Engine:

2 Volvo D3-110 HP Diesel engines, 3000 rpm

Engine throttles and control panel on port steering station on flybridge 

Conventional stainless steel propeller shafts with “p” brackets 

2 fixed propellers

Engine access through large deck hatches Stainless steel gas struts on hatches

Ventilation system (natural aspiration and forced extraction)

1 x 220V outlet per engine room 

Engine rooms lights 

Sound insulation of engine compartments: foam on bulkheads

Starboard engine and transmission (new 2018) 

 

Electrical:

 

220V AC Circuit 

2 outlets per cabin (owner’s cabin: 3), 5 in the saloon, 4 in galley, one per gangway, 1 per engine compartment, and 1 technical compartment 

220V electric panel with power source selector, voltmeter

30 Amp dock inlet in the aft transom with 15m (49’3” ft) shore power cord

 

24 V circuit

24 V 420 Ah start battery per engine 

24V electrical panel with battery bank monitor

Breaker-box for the 24V system

2 engine driven 110 Ah 24V Mastervolt alternators 

 

12 V circuit

1 X 12 V 50 Ah start battery per engine

2 X 12 V Mastervolt alternators

1 X 12 V 50 Ah start battery for the generator (option)

*Batteries replaced in 2018

 

Flybridge:

Access from cockpit via stairway with teak steps on stainless steel frame

Flybridge access closing systeks m 

2 helm station including 

1100 mm (3’7”) diameter wheels

Navigation instruments pods

Engine throttles and control panels on port steering station 

Cushions for settees + backrest

1 steering compass each 

Windlass control on port steering station 

Large settee across entire width of flybridge

“L” shapes settee with coffee table 

All lines led forward part of flybridge cockpit around 4 winches

4 lines storage boxes

Recessed sun lounging area aft for mast base 

1 storage locker (housing for optional flybridge fridge)

Settee and sun lounging cushions are optional 

Custom gimbaled instrument station post 

 

Sails:

Fully Battened Main in boom system 

Furling Genoa 

Furling staysail 

 

Mast/Rigging:

Mast and boom in white lacquered aluminum 

FRP longitudinal crossbeam 

Aluminum transversal crossbeam 

Adjustable lazy jacks with spreaders

 

Running rigging:

1 double purchase spectra mainsail halyard

1 spectra Genoa halyard with tension adjustment track at mast base 

1 boom topping lift 

3 reefing lines

Genoa sheets

Mainsail sheet led back to winches via boom 

Main traveler adjustment next to portside winches

Electric Genoa furler with control on flybridge 

Pulpits with wooden seats

840mm (2’9”) stanchions, triple lifelines, 1 lifeline gate on each side 

Teak toe rail

Spare sheets and halyards

 

Disclaimer:

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.