This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $79,000  originally $89,900
  • Sail / Catamaran
  • Jeanneau / Lagoon
  • 1996 / Used
  • 34' / 15'
  • 1996 Yanmar 3YM20
  • 1996 Yanmar 3YM20
  • 18 hp
  • 2000 hrs
  • Diesel
  • 3 Blade Propeller

Catamaran 1996 Jeanneau Lagoon listed by Edwards Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $79,000
  • Powered by twin Yanmar 3YM20 / 18 hp / 2000 hrs
  • Off Market / since Mar 25th 2020

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Great Value On This Galley Up

1996 Jeanneau Lagoon 35 CCC - JUST REDUCED!

Day Sail or Overnight to your hearts content. This Coastal Cruising Catamaran is unparalleled in design and performance - and available now at an unbeatable price.

Simple to sail and operate, this 2-owner vessel has been enjoyed by its current owners for the past 15 years - in personal use and for day cruise charters. Its advanced Morrelli and Melvin design and features include:

Ample Cockpit and Deck Space For Guests Crew

Galley Up Layout for Ease of Entertaining

15 9 Beam Fits in Standard Slip

2 Queen Berths - One Head

Bottom Job - 7/2019

Standard Rigging Replaced - 2017

Direct Shaft Propeller

New Cutlasses (2019)

2 New Hatches (Dec 2019)

This vessel excels i n its extremely capable and functional design, hull construction, layout and in the condition of its engines and navigational electronics.

She eagerlyawaits a buyer who appreciates this capable and highly-rated catamaran!

Storage trailer with accessories and parts conveyed with the vessel - perfect for stowing gear while youre enjoying your day on the water!

Contact Joe Maiella, Edwards Yacht Sales Today!

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Old Glory

Designer: Morrelli and Melvin
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Catamaran

LOA: 34 ft 6 in
Beam: 15 ft 9 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Bridge Clearance: 50 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 9500 lbs

Total Power: 36 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: 3YM20
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 2000
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 18 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: 3YM20
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 2000
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 18 HP

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (58 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (36 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (50 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Radio - inoperable at present
VHF - Handheld
Cockpit speakers
Wind speed and direction

Storm jib - Usable
Fully battened mainsail - Usable

Spinnaker pole

Inside Equipment
Electric bilge pump
Deep freezer - Inoperable
Refrigerator - Service scheduled
Air conditioning - 2 CruiseAir
Manual bilge pump
Fresh water maker - Inoperable
Marine head
Hot water
Battery charger

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Generator - Panda 5kw - Recently serviced

Outside Equipment/Extras
Tender - West Marine Dingy Honda 10hp 4-stroke Engine
Swimming ladder - Two (2)
Solar panel - Twin - 190w
Cockpit table
Cockpit shower
Electric windlass

Bimini Top
Mainsail cover - Needs replacement

Additional Equipment
Road trailer

Review Article - Jeanneau Lagoon 35 CCC

Lagoon 35 CCC

Jeanneau Lagoon 35 CCC

ByHerb McCormickAugust 5, 2002 Refreshingly, Jeanneau is so up front about the capabilities of their newest Lagoon cat that theyve initialed them in the boats title. The three Cs of the Lagoon 35 CCC stand, without fanfare, for Coastal Cruising Catamaran. Racing to Bermuda? Look elsewhere.

Surprisingly, the boat was created by Gino Morrelli and Pete Melvin, among Americas most successful multihull duo from involvement in the controversial 1988 Americas Cup catamaran defense to Tornado-class Olympic campaigns. Initially, the MM design team hardly conjures cruising.

Performance was clearly prioritized. Although the 35 employs a single-spreader rig that flies a relatively conservative sail plan of 620 square feet (including Profurl roller jib) the key to maintaining average speeds in the high single digits in moderate to fresh breezes is the easily driven hull and lightish displacement for a boat of this size -- about 9,500 pounds unloaded.

The steering station with full instrument array and engine controls nicely fronts a comfortable seat for extended sessions at the helm. Halyards, sheets and reefing lines are led aft to a series of three cockpit-mounted self-tailing winches for quick and efficient sail handling; standard lazy jacks for the mainsail keep things tidy when tucking reefs or dousing altogether. The mostly Lewmar deck hardware package features rope clutches, blocks, genoa cars, traveler and so on.

The wondrous and vast deck space, typical of cats, includes a languorous cockpit stationed just forward of twin sets of transom steps for graceful boardings and exits ashore, for hopping a dinghy or for taking a plunge. Molded-in steps forward of the raised cabin gives ready access to the small trampoline between the hullA tidy anchoring arrangement leads the rode under the tramp from a forward roller to a huge gasketed locker aft, which provides compartments for ground tackle, spare line, shore power cord, and plenty of other loose but necessary stuff.

You move from cockpit into the main saloon through a folding Plexiglas door. On the upper floor of the usual split-level bridge-deck arrangement, the galley to port opposite a big settee and dining area keeps the cook and the company together for socializing and both close to the cockpit when under way or at anchor. There are two big double berths aft, and a huge, airy head with roomy shower stall in the starboard hull. The port hull bow can contain a second custom head, a large single berth, or a workshop/storage area.

Beneath the double berths, access to a pair of standard Yanmar 1GM10 diesel inboards (bigger Yanmars are optional) is excellent. Coupled to fixed two-bladed props, the twin engines drive the 35 CCC at an effortless 7.5 to eight knots and make maneuverability in even the tightest of turnarounds a snap.

Like its 37- and 42-foot sister ships, the Lagoon 35 CCC is built in the United States by TPI using the revolutionary but proven SCRIMP resin-infusion process, and incorporates biaxial glass and a balsa core. Jeanneaus 10-year blister/five-year structural warranty is one of the best in the boatbuilding business.

This latest Lagoon is very simple to sail and operate. It will redefine what you think is possible in under 35 feet of waterline for quick and comfortable coastwise exploration, lots of fun under sail and plenty of comfort when the hook is down.

Jeanneau Lagoon 35 CCC Specifications:

* LOA: 346 (10.5 m.)
* LWL: 333 (10.1 m.)
* Beam (max): 159 (4.8 m.); 46% LOA
* Draft: 36 (1.07 m.)
* Disp (half-load): 12,127 lbs. (5,501 kgs.)
* Sail area: 620 sq.ft. (57.6 sq.m.)
* Mast above water: 496 (15.1 m.)
* Length/Beam (hulls): 7:1
* Underwing clearance: 18 (0.51 m.); 4.3% LOA
* Cabin Headroom: 63 (1.91 m.)
* Disp/Length: 147
* SA/Disp: 18.8; Bruce #: 1.03
* Fuel: 36 gal. (136 ltr.)
* Water: 68 gal. (257 ltr.)
* Holding: 30 gal. (113 ltr.)
* Auxiliary: 2 x 16-hp Yanmar
* Designer: Morelli Melvin
* Base Price: $171,700


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.