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40' Fountaine Pajot LAVEZZI

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  • Year: 2006
  • Current Price: US$ 215,000
  • Located in BALTIMORE, United States
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type:
  • YW# 74527-3193210

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A very  lightly chartered and very well kept example of one of these sought after cats.

Easily the cleanest one available. ORIGINALLY by house proud Canadian marine professionals who use her as their  winter home  ( and to prevent boredom) their crewed charter vessel for 5 months of the year....averaging one charter a month... mainly with friend s  and charter  clients from  back home.

Then we sold her to a Boston based Doctor who uses her for his family and friends and now that his family is getting bigger he wants a bigger boat!


She has had her FP warranted bottom job done some years ago.

She represents excellent value for the discerning cruiser  looking for a clean well kept vessel to either putter around the islands  on or do some serious blue water cruising.



We think this vessel represents a rare opportunity to acquire probably the best kept vessel of her type available today. When we tell you why, we think you will agree with us.


1)      Pretty much all of these four cabin Lavezzi’s and similar vessels ( Lagoon 410’s etc) were built for the charter market.


2)      They have been very successful. By 'successful' read “well used”….. Around 20 to 25 charter weeks a year.


3)      For seven years this means an average of 175 charter weeks all driven by charter ' credit card' captains / one week warriors with varying skills levels and thus the bulk of these vessels have had hard lives.


4)      They are ‘phased out’ after their charter lives when most charter companies  just give  the bulk of them them a lick and prayer of varnish and  repairs  and they are sold on. Some of the vessels are properly phased out and repaired by some of the companies…. To be sure. They have however still had their 175 weeks of charter.


5)       These vessels have had an average of 5 to 10 days a year out of the water when they have their annual bottom paint and repairs done. Time out of the water is far more expensive than time in the water on a mooring/dock…. Thus charter companies cut costs and increase profitability for themselves and the owners by minimizing this hard standing time. It averages a max of just under 2% of their lives out of the water. Clearly not good for any glassfibre hull. Few of these ever had the benefit of additional barrier coating.


This vessel  was only ever in a charter fleet for three years of her life…. Far less than the average Charter company contract of 4 to 5  years… (and then into a second and third tier discount  fleets for the rest of their lives from whence they are sold.)


She was bought at three years old by her previous owners ,  picky marine professionals from Canada who have a small charter company there. She is used as their winter getaway in the islands where they do around five  crewed charters  a year only. Every single hurricane season she has been hauled ( only with a travel lift… never a crane) and stored on the hard for the entire summer, whilst they return to reopen their Canadian operation.


So she has benefited from the personal loving care of  these long term marine professional owners who have never let anyone else captain her…. And it really does show.

The new owner Doctor David bought her and took her North where she has been his summer Joy .

His family is expanding and he wants a bigger boat!

She has been constantly upgraded and  now awaits her new owners to live on and nurture her.





 Will you be the lucky one?



Please contact Tony Brewer at + 1 721 553-4475

Contact The Little Ship Company.

Marina Royale
St. Maarten/St. Martin 97150
Tel +1 721-553-4475
Email Us


The Little Ship Company

Marina Royale
St. Maarten/St. Martin 97150

Tel +1 721-553-4475
Email Us

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