B&G Network at helm station
Garmin color chart plotter at helm
Helm station showing all instruments and contrrols
Digital electrical panel
Web of Lie is our Lagoon catamaran. Specifically, she's a Lagoon 42 catamaran, referred to as a Lagoon 42 TPI (not a Lagoon 420). She is the earlier version of the Lagoon 42, built in 1992 by the famed yacht yard Tillotson Pearson, Inc. She is the highly desireable owner's version of the boat, and was never in charter. This catamaran for sale is available now. It's actually for sale by owner for the time being, until it goes into a more conventional brokerage situation. Catamaran for sale by owner, just as yacht for sale by owner is becoming a more and more common thing now that we have the internet to help us find boats. In our case, we have kept the catamaran for sale by owner status because we are still cruising her in the Caribbean island region. Once we're done, our Lagoon catamaran may be taken to Florida or left in the Caribbean in the hands of a brokerage.
battery monitor
Digital battery monitor
specification navigation basic specifications interior specifications mechanical specifications electrical specifications other systems


·         Yacht has everything needed for long term / long range cruising

·         Full B&G Network instrumentation package

·         B & G Network Speed

·         B & G Network Depth

·         B&G Network wind speed and direction

·         B&G Network Autopilot including compass, wind and waypoint settings

·         Garmin 292 color chart plotter with Blue chart G2 electronic charts for Caribbean, interfaced with autopilot

·         B &G hydraulic autopilot drive unit with custom Alpha 3000 drive arm disconnect

·         B&G VHF with nav station repeater speaker

·         ICOM IC-M1 hand held VHF

·         ICOM IC-M700 Pro SSB with isolated shroud antennae and automatic tuner

·         Magellan GPS300 SL hand held GPS

·         Furuno GP 30/35 GPS at nav station

·         Weatherfax 2000

·         Richie Powerdamp compass

·         Shakespeare masthead TV antennae

·         Kenwood KDC 1011S AM/FM/CD

·         JVC Salon speakers (2) and Clarion Marine cockpit speakers (2)

·         Wave RV amplified wifi antennae



·         4 x 4D gel batteries (3 house, 1 starter)

·         1 Group 27 battery (port start)

·         2 battery isolation switches

·         Bass digital service panel

·         CDM BT 3000 battery monitor and management  system

·         High output 125 amp alternator starboard with external smart regulator

·         55 amp alternator port (new Aug 2007)

·         A/C battery charger

·         Shore power cable

·         8 solar panels (4 x 75 watt and 4 x 80 watt Siemens and Sharp) with 2 Sun Saver 20 solar controllers

·         Heart Interface Freedom Jazz 1500 watt (3000 watt peak) inverter / charger

·         Pro Mariner SS 40 40 watt charger

·         Zinc Saver galvanic isolators

·         12 Volt DC outlets (4)


nav instruments
Icom SSB, Furuno GPS and B&G VHF repeater at navigation station
Eight solar panels (with computer controllers) supply ample power for all electrical needs