Lagoon 47 Custom
TTC / VAT INC
The owner words :
“Kassoumay provided me with the best twenty years of my life.
The freedom and safety of the Caribbean, Pacific and Indian Ocean was simply amazing. I started single handed and finished with a family of four. She remains the perfect platform for downwind cruising. By keeping systems robust and simple with the easy access to electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems maintenance was easy! I am sad to be land based now, but would love to sell her to a sailor who will appreciate its unique design. “
Kassoumay was designed by its first owner who wanted to maintain maximum performance in a comfortable family layout. The cockpit is separated by two large sliding doors that open the salon to the cockpit, forming a large walk-in space.
The layout was originally that of a standard charter – with four cabins accessible from the bridge deck, each with its own toilet. This configuration was adapted on Kassoumay and a forward toilet was removed and replaced by a small washing machine. (A spare Jabsco toilet is on board in case the washing machine is removed)
The forward peaks are very large watertight compartments, behind crash boxes, (which in the charter version of the Lagoon 47 are often converted into crew berths). They are accessed through a large Goiot deck hatch. These compartments can be used to store sails, spare ropes, fenders, sheets, empty fuel containers, mooring buoys, harpoon guns, etc…
The forward cabin has a double berth and a small seat with plenty of shelving inside and, on the outside, a small molded-in storage cabinet. There is good storage space under the bunk, including a large center drawer. Two portholes and a large deck panel provide very good ventilation. These hatches are equipped with screens.
The center passageway has compartmentalized shelves at the headboard, with two heavy-duty ocean-going fishing rods and reels (Shimano and Penn) on racks below. Inside is a large toilet (Jabsco manual toilet) and a walk-in shower. There is a large molded shower stall with a hot/cold pressure shower, teak grate and sump pump.
Steps down lead to the kitchen and living room.
A black water tank has been installed in the starboard aft cabin. It has not yet been used.
The master cabin has a double berth with a large storage area underneath and a long shelf inside. There is a small double shelf on the outside for drinks and small items. Two reading lights and two ceiling lights, as well as an AC outlet are available.
There are two portholes with a view of the sea and screens on the outside. There is a large deep drawer under the bunk, hanging closets and shelves next to a molded desk/secretary.
The bathroom is equipped with a handheld shower and a toilet with mirror. The Jabsco toilet pod is manual, but an electric adapter is available for installation. The shower area is made of white molded polyester, with hot/cold water under pressure.
Two portholes and a large deck hatch provide light and ventilation. They are equipped with mosquito nets.
The central passageway inside is equipped with a shower compartment for guests, a top-loading 2.2 kg Lemair washing machine. There are shelves at the headboard, and a space to hang clothes, for example clothes for heavy weather.
The rear cabin has a double berth, a large drawer and ample storage space underneath. The SSB Icom tuner is located above the bunk and two reading lights are located on the rear bulkhead. There is a closet with shelves e. A 220V outlet and a 220V outlet are located on the shelf under the secretary.
The galley is L-shaped to starboard with Atlantis Blue Corian countertops, two sinks with pressurized hot/cold water available from either tank. The galley has a large work area with storage below.
– 12v 23 liter top loading refrigerator with air and water cooled compressor and 1.5 cubic feet front loading freezer.
– ENO stainless steel stove with two burners and an oven.
– DVK gas alarm and controller mounted above the kitchen
– 9 kg stainless steel main gas cylinder, solenoid protected and vented to the cockpit floor
– Two Jabsco pressure water pumps with individual controls
The saloon is centered on a large rectangular sofa facing backwards, with plenty of storage underneath.
There is a small square teak coffee table that can be moved around. A wooden plank is installed above this table and a custom cushion is added, allowing resting and on-call crew members to be at the same level during sea crossings (this has considerable safety implications).
A Hella-Turbo fan and 220V outlet are also located between the salon and the chart table.
The salon settee was reupholstered in 2005 with Jeanneau’s recommended Macro Cotton treated fabric. There are also a number of new matching cushions.
The salon and cockpit are equipped with a Pioneer/Bose sound and entertainment system. It can be connected to an iPhone via bluetooth. There is a Majestic TV antenna mounted on the mast with an amplifier ready to be connected to a TV.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with flashing light
– Life jackets x 6
– Fire extinguishers
– EPIRB RLS ACR 406
– Set of flares to change
– 2 removable webbing lifelines
– Two Henderson manual bilge pumps
– Six automatic bilge pumps
2x Yanmar 40Hp 3JH3E (May 2010)
2x Yanmar Sail drive Transmissions (May 2010)
2x Yanmar two blade Props plus spare
2x External Coolant Reservoirs
2x Racor Fuel/Water Separators
2x Yanmar Fuel Filters
2x Vetus B700 Morse Code Controls at Port Cockpit
The nav station is located on the starboard side next to the galley and faces forward with radios, an electrical distribution panel, a chart table and a shelf for storing charts.
(Autopilot not connected to NMEA input, but can easily be connected if necessary).
– chart Plotter Raymarine at the helm
– autopilot Autohelm 7000
– Gyrocompas Raymarine Fluxgate
– Navstation Raymarine ST 60
– Multi function Raymarine C90at the nav station
– Radar Raymarine 18″ 2kW
– SSB Icom 707RT
– VHF ICOM IC-M330
– Icom IC-M23 portable VHF
– Modem Pactor PTC IIpro
Equipped with 12V DC and 220V AC wiring. Main control panel at the navigation station.
The solar panels are mounted on the davits of the dinghy and can be rotated 50 degrees on either side of the horizontal. They produce 20-25A/Hr on a clear day in the tropics. Because of their size and high efficiency, the motors are rarely used for power generation and there was no need to install a wind generator.
– 2 solar panels Astropower 120W
– 1x solar panel Astropower 55W
– Photovoltaic regulator Prostar 30A
– Inverter charger Freedom 25-Export 12V 2500VA/130AMP
– Xantrex Link 1000 battery monitor with remote control at the navigation station
– 8x BatteriesTrojan 105 6v (new 2021)
– 120A Blue Sea automatic charging and isolation relay for each engine
– 2 x 120A gel motor starter batteries (new 2022)
– 3x 12v interior outlets
– 8x 220V interior outlets
– One 240VAC 100ft shore power cable
– Two Raritan water heaters
The cockpit floor has two large lockers. One of them is used to store an emergency helm.
The other is for 100 liters of gasoline/mixture in containers, the large stainless steel gas tank, the spare gas tank, the swim ladder, buckets and sponges, etc… …. The lockers are drained to the underside of the deck
The cockpit cushions are made of white mesh and closed cell foam. A clear PVC sheet can be zipped along the front edge of the bimini to prevent spray from entering the cockpit through the deck.
There are two large lockers for the cockpit seats and four lockers under the main beam.
At the base of the mast, on the foredeck, there are four large deep lockers. One of them serves as a chain locker and houses the windlass, as well as enough space for all the mooring lines and 100 m of unused 17 mm anchor cable.
The forward lockers are drained by sea water. The forward lockers drain to the sea, and the other two are watertight and accessible through their forward counterparts. The large surface area of the trampoline allows water to pass through in heavy seas and reduces the tendency to pitch.
– Windlass 1500W with remote control
– Delta anchor with 70m of 10mm galvanized chain
– CQR anchor
– 300ft of additional anchor line (unused line)
– Soft PVC bimini on stainless steel frame with side and rear curtains
– Transom shower
– Stainless steel swim ladder
– 9 kg stainless steel gas tank in molded compartment in cockpit floor
– 2.5 kg stainless steel spare gas cylinder for the BBQ
– White aluminum davits with spinlock lockers
– Fishing rod holders
– Sunbrella deck cover protectors
– Trampoline (New 2005)
Kassoumay was upgraded from the basic 47 model with a Lagoon 470 rig. This added 1.5 m to the mast and associated power. She has undergone full annual rigging inspections. The forestay and roller system were changed in 2012. ANDERSEN INOX Winches
– White aluminium mast Maréchal
– Aluminium boom Marechal
– Main Sail Roly Tasker Full Batten 71 m2 + lazy jacks et Lazy bag (2010)
– Génoa 150% with furler + UV protection (2019)
– Assy Spinnaker 1,5 oz with sock (2018)
– Gennaker 200% with furler and bow sprit.
– 3 winchs Andersen 52T
– 2 winchs Andersen 46T
– Main sail carts Frederiksen
– Halyards Spectra
– Hypalon HB Dinghy aluminium bottom AB 10AL 320cm grey (2006)
– OB Tohatsu 18 HP (20 Lt Tank) 2011
– FOB anchor + 15 m chain / line
– Fenders + lines
– Complete tool kit
– Numerous stainless steel fittings
– Electrical spare parts – Plumbing spare parts
– Spare cables for shrouds
– Force 10 barbecue
– 7 x 23 liter gas cans
– Bosun chair
Kassoumay has a large stock of stainless steel accessories, bolts, washers and spare parts for the engine, plumbing, rigging and electrical systems.
The first owner of this boat, a marine surveyor, had a boat delivered by lagoon without interior fittings. He then had a shipyard make the adjustments so that the weight of the boat would be considerably reduced compared to the standard version, for example by using composite bulkheads and floors.
The mast of this boat is longer than the standard version and the fittings are oversized. Thus KASSOUMAY is a boat whose performance is far superior to that of a standard Lagoon 47.
The current owner has sailed around the world with his family (2 children) for almost 20 years! KASSOUMAY is now waiting for her next owner.
Even if Kassoumay went around the world, it was not as intensive as a charter boat.
– engines + Sail Drives 2010
– Tasker Mainsail 2010
– Genoa 2019
– Spinnaker 2018
– House batteries TROJAN 2021
– engine batteries 2022
– Trampolines 2012
– dinghy 2006
– Forestay and furler 2012
– Fridge 2010
– Stobve / Oven 2007
– Watermaker 2007
– OB 2011
– Navionics 2010
WORK TO BE PLANNED FOR A BLUE WATER PROGRAM
Change of the rigging
Safety to complete (Rockets – life raft)
Possibly dinghy to be changed
Jean Paul Bahuaud
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