• Year:  2004
  • Length:  41'
  • Engine/Fuel Type:  Twin / diesel
  • Located In:  Annapolis, MD
  • Hull Material:  Fiberglass
  • YW#:  1925-3102166

Current Price:  US$ 279,900 


DARUMA is a cruising-ready three-cabin, owner's version of the Lagoon 410.  It has had expensive updates since her current owners purchased her in 2013 for Chesapeake Bay, East Coast and island cruising.  With 360 degree panoramic views from the main salon, a spacious cockpit with a custom hardtop bimini cover, a private owner's cabin, a generator, air conditioning, and new electronics in 2012, DARUMA is a very comfortable cruising yacht.

  • Three-cabin owner's version
  • Private owner's suite in entire starboard hull
  • Phaser 8kw generator, 1,419 hours
  • Reverse-cycle marine air conditioning and heat
  • New Raymarine electronics package
  • SSB radio and pactor modem
  • LED lighting
  • Updated sail package and stack pack main system
  • Custom full enclosure with screens
  • Solar panel system


  • New solar panel control module (8/2013)
  • Head hoses replaced (9/2013)
  • Yamaha outboard serviced, (11/2016)
  • Cleat organization boards and new storage shelves in forward locker (6/2014)
  • New fiberglass hardtop for cockpit (7/2014)
  • Replaced standing & running rigging (8/2014)
  • New anchor & tri-color light (8/2014)
  • Added pad eyes & blocks and jack lines port & starboard (8/2014)
  • New full canvas/vinyl/screen enclosure for cockpit (7/2014)
  • Unstep main mast for pre-voyage service & add jibe preventer hardware (9/2014)
  • New SSB radio & Pactor modem (9/2014)
  • Ship’s electric panel re-wired, modernized (10/2014)
  • Replaced all engine hoses, both engines (11/2014)
  • Interval engines and genset routine pre-voyage overhaul/service (11/2014)
  • Interval service/updates to AC, fridge & freezer systems (11/2015)
  • New dual 12V cigarette lighter outlets (9/2016)
  • Yanmar sail drives interval service & new bearings and seals (12/2016)
  • Yanmar cone drives replaced (12/2016)


The spacious cockpit of the Lagoon 410 stretches across the entire stern of the yacht. With easy walk-in access from the port and starboard aft decks, you enter right into a comfortable outdoor space, perfect for cruising or for entertaining. The current owners added a custom hard cover for the space with a sliding helmsman hatch for easy visibility. This hardtop bimini has been outfitted for collecting fresh rainwater for extended cruising capabilities.   A spacious dining area to starboard comfortably seats 6. A large sliding glass door opens to the main salon, connecting the two comfortable seating and entertaining spaces.

  • Dual Stern entrances from each swim platform and side deck
  • Custom hard top bimini with rain water system
  • Custom full enclosure canvas with screen and eisenglass
  • Table to starboard, comfortably seats 6
  • Raised helm seating to port, seats 2
  • HELM:
  •      Sliding top hatch for added head room and visibility
  •      42’’ leather bound wheel
  •      Teak grate floor
  •      Raymarine C90 chart plotter, touch screen
  •      Raymarine E70 autopilot control
  •      Raymarine ST60+ Tridata
  •      Raymarine ST60 wind instrument
  •      Yanmar engine panels:
  •      Starboard 2,677 hours
  •      Port 2,661 hours
  •      Fuel gauges below engine panels
  •      Ritchie compass
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Added cockpit seating and basket storage
  • Cockpit speakers
  • (1) Deep strorage locker below cockpit seating
  • Easy access to cabintop winches and stern main sheet/traveler
  • Large sliding entry to main salon
  • Teak cockpit flooring
  • 120V outlet at helm
  • 12v outlet at helm
  • VHF mic hookup for Standard Horizon Ram 3 mic


The wide decks of the Lagoon 410 make traversing forward very easy. With boarding gates on both the port and starboard side as well as large sugar scoop swim platforms aft, you can easily board DARUMA. Inlayed steps in the cabintop lead up to the cabintop deck to the stack pack system and rig.

  • Rocna #55 anchor, 225' chain plus 150' rode
  • Fortress FX16
  • Danforth
  • Leroy Somer windlass
  • Portable water wash down pump
  • Trampoline
  • Wide side decks
  • Easy step access to cabintop
  • Teak toe rail, natural
  • (11) Opening Lewmar hatches
  • Non-skid side decks
  • Cable lifelines with 24’’ stanchions
  • Magma grill, stern starboard mounted
  • Custom dinghy davits with (4) solar panels mounted above
  • Fresh water wash down at port & starboard swim platform (hot and cold)
  • IslandTime WIFI Bullet Booster antenna mounted at stern rail
  • Bullet 2HP antenna mounted at stern rail
  • (2) 30amp hookups at starboard stern
  • Winslow 6 person life raft mounted at stern, expired
  • Caribe 10' dinghy w/Yamaha 15HP, 2-stroke outboard engine
  • Liferaft mounting bracket at stern
  • Stern opening hatches
  • LED running lights
  • Large aft swim platform storage compartments
  • High bridge deck.  Dinghy can pass underneath if docked stern-in


  • Mainsail serviced and cleaned at loft, 2015
  • Custom stack pack mainsail handling system, 2014
  • New 135% headsail, 2015
  • Symmetrical Parasail spinnaker
  • Original headsail still available
  • Lewmar ST48 Primary winches at cabintop
  • Lewmar ST40 electric halyard winch
  • All running rigging leads aft along cabintop
  • Spinlock cleats at cabintop
  • Lewmar ST30 main sheet winch at stern cockpit coaming
  • Harken traveler at stern, 2:1 main sheet
  • New Harken MKIV 3 headsail furler, 2014
  • Deck stepped 7/8 sloop rig with single sweptback diamond standing rigging
  • Aluminum mast & boom
  • Spinlock rope clutches
  • Winch handles
  • Sail area: 957 sq. ft.


The Lagoon 410 features a very spacious main salon with almost 360 degree views out with a wall of windows forward and a large sliding door and window system aft. The sliding panels between the salon and cockpit allow for great connection between the two spaces. This provides a great space for lounging and entertaining. Comfortable salon seating to port wraps around a dining table that comfortably seats 5-6 people. The nav station lies to the port side of the salon seating and features a full suit of electronics and is within ear shot of the helm in the cockpit.

  • Spacious main salon with nearly 360 degree views
  • Reverse cycle marine air conditioning and heat
  • Full circle of salon seating, comfortably seats 5
  • Removable center dining table
  • New Jensen 3" 12V TV to port
  • Blue Ray DVD player
  • (5) Overhead LED lights
  • (2) opening Lewmar side hatches for ventilation
  • storage below main salon seating
  • Storage cabinet behind aft salon settee
  • Cabin fan
  • Pioneer speakers for stereo


The galley offers the same panoramic views and easy connection to the cockpit as the main salon area. Located to the starboard of the salon settees, the galley offers a dual access Sea Frost refrigeration system, a gimbaled stove, and lots of counter space for food prep. The sliding aft window connects the cockpit dining area with the aft facing sink and countertop area.

  • Sea Frost refrigeration, front loading
  • Sea Frost freezer, top loading
  • Gimbaled 2-burner ENO stove and oven
  • Huge counters with tons of space
  • Sharp convection microwave oven
  • Dual bowl stainless steel sink with extendable faucet
  • Pull out drawer next to stove
  • (7) Storage cabinets
  • Cutting board storage next to stove
  • (3) Overhead LED lights
  • Opening overhead Lewmar hatch for ventilation
  • Cabin fan
  • Trident Marine LP gas control at sink


The nav station is located to the port side of the salon with an extended settee for comfortable seating. The nav station is just inside the large sliding companionway door for easy communication between the helm. The large cockpit table offers a great space for home office work.

  • Nav station located to port side of salon
  • 36’’ chart table, storage inside
  • Raymarine C95 at nav station
  • Standard Horizon Matrix AIS GX2100 VHF
  • Raymarine SmartController portable autopilot control
  • JensenMCD5112 CD player and stereo
  • Red and white LED personal reading light


The starboard hull is a private owner’s suite with a queen berth aft, central office and closet area and a large head and private shower forward. This spacious cabin is unique to the private owner’s layout of the Lagoon 410. It provides a wonderful place to retreat and relax in a private area separate from the guest cabins in the port hull. Steps leading down amidships from the salon lead to the private office and storage area of the suite. Sleeping quarters lie to the aft with a comfortable queen berth stretching across the stern. Moving forward from the berth through the office area, there is a private head with a separate shower.



  • Step down 4 steps from main salon to private office area with 6ft of table space
  • Swinging stool folds out for comfortable seating at table
  • Epson all-in-one wireless printer
  • Ample storage above with 2 large shelves
  • Hanging locker forward
  • (2) Cabinets below table
  • (4) Storage cabinets to starboard
  • (3) Overhead LED lights
  • SSB radio


  • Queen bed with marine foam mattress and foam top
  • Reverse cycle marine air conditioning and heat
  • Overhead Lewmar opening hatch for ventilation
  • Opening Lewmar side hatch
  • Escape hatch to port
  • (2) LED reading lights
  • Hella ultra-quiet cabin fan
  • Hanging locker and storage cabinet
  • New Naxa 19" TV w/DVD player, swivel mounted
  • (1) Overhead LED light


  • Forward of private office
  • Macerator electric head, Jabsco
  • Storage area designed to fit laundry machine w/ storage below
  • Hanging locker storage
  • Stainless steel sink with large vanity mirror
  • Vanity storage cabinets above and below vanity counter
  • Separate shower compartment with plexiglass door
  • Adjustable showerhead, replaced
  • Teak grate floor for easy drain w/large shower bilge


The guest cabins in the owner's layout of the Lagoon 410 are both in the port hull, privately separated from the owner's suite.  An aft and forward double berth at each end stretch across the beam of each end.  A shared hallway provides easy access to the amidships head.  The current owners use the aft cabin with it's queen berth as a guest cabin and the forward v-berth style double berth forward as a storage and work room.


  • Large queen berth with marine foam cushions
  • Spacious hanging locker
  • Large opening overhead deck hatch
  • Overhead LED lighting
  • Emergency escape hatch
  • (2) Personal reading lights
  • Cabin fan
  • 120V outlet


  • Forward-facing electric head
  • Single vanity with dry cabinet storage below
  • Vanity mirror
  • Separate shower area with natural teak seat
  • Shower curtain system for shower area
  • Overhead LED lights
  • Opening overhead Lewmar hatch
  • Retractable sink faucet becomes shower head


  • Queen berth, forward facing
  • Large hanging locker
  • Overhead LED light
  • Direct access from cabin to guest head
  • Opening Lewmar overhead hatch
  • Side port for added light, fixed
  • Cabin fan
  • 120V outlet


  • Electronics all new in 2012
  • Raymarine C-125 chart plotter at nav station
  • Raymarine C-95 chart plotter at helm
  • Raymarine X10 autopilot
  • Raymarine ST6001 autopilot repeater
  • Raymarine E15023 wireless repeater
  • Raymarine RD-418D digital color radar – 48 mile
  • Raymatine ST60 Tridata depth/wind/log
  • Standard Horizon Matrix 2100 VHF Radio with AIS & remote
  • Standard Horizon HX280S handheld VHF
  • Bullet wifi booster antenna and shipboard wifi network


  • Phasor 8kva 3-cylinder diesel genset with 1,419 hours
  • (2) 120V AC 30amp service
  • Xantrex Link 20 battery monitor
  • Custom Paneltronics distribution panel with breakers
  • (3) 210Ah 4D AGM sealed house batteries (new 2013)
  • (2) 100Ah GRP27 AGM sealed starting batteries (new 2013)
  • (2) 80amp alternators
  • Charles 100amp battery charger
  • (4) 50ft. 30amp shore power cords
  • Pigtail: 50A to (2) 30A
  • 2500 watt inverter (2012)
  • (4) 110w solar panels – custom mounted above dinghy davits
  • Thira AMB44 digital battery controller
  • (2) CruiseAir systems – 12,000BTU and 16,000BTU
  • 12V Offshore Marine Laboratories water maker (pickled)
  • (2) Electric toilets
  • 110V Hot water heater


The history of Lagoon Catamarans began with a customer’s request for the design of a fast racing multi-hull from naval architects, Marc Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prevost back in 1986.   In 1988, the Lagoon 55 was introduced, sparking international demand for fast, comfortable, race-winning multi-hulls.  Over the next couple of years, they were winning all the international races.  As multi-hull demand exploded, the factory in Nantes, France expanded the line to include the Lagoon 57 and Lagoon 47 increasing the brand's footprint on the cruising and racing world.  Soon after the Lagoon 42 and Lagoon 37 were added and well received by the US and Caribbean charter yacht market.  Beneteau acquired Jeanneau in 1995 and their two factories teamed up to produce new fast catamarans in earnest.   The Lagoon 410 came soon after and over 250 have been built to date, a testament to a very successful design and execution. 


DAVE & ERIN’S YACHT REVIEW:When we travel with clients FAR out of town for yachts, we really don't like surprises when we get there. It's embarrassing for us, it aggravates our clients and it can make for an expensive trip. With that in mind, we'd like to share our rating of various systems on the yacht so you'll be as informed as possible before you come for a visit. Our rating system is on a 1-10 scale with 10 being 'perfect' (in OUR opinion though nothing is really ever perfect, is it?). Please view this list as a GUIDE only. Everyone's idea of good and bad can vary quite a bit. Our goal in doing this is to help you reach a comfort level with the yacht before you invest time and energy to come and see it. We'll summarize by saying that this appears to be an excellent yacht worthy of serious consideration.

Beyond telling you what’s great about a yacht, don’t you also want to know what it needs next?  Every yacht, no matter how seemingly turn-key, needs something.  Every owner has next year’s ‘to-do’ list, right?


Overall Rating: 9.5/10

As you’ll learn as you peruse our listing, DARUMA has enjoyed what we call in our business ‘open checkbook ownership.’  She gets what she needs and it shows.  Erin and I helped her current owners find and purchase her back in 2013 for some off shore and coastal cruising.  We traveled far and wide to find this boat and found a winner for sure.  She has been incredibly well maintained and thoughtfully updated.  The overall layout of the boat, both above and below decks, is really well configured for long range cruising as well as living aboard.


Exterior: 9.5/10

Having cruised extensively ourselves, we're looking for several ‘zones of success' in a blue water yacht.  The most important space is the cockpit and deck because that’s where we plan to spend the most time.  The cockpit on DARUMA is large, deep, and comfortable with excellent passage in and out, and visibility in all directions, taking full advantage of the boat’s 26’-3” beam.  The sliding door between cockpit and main salon is huge and beautifully connects inside and outside spaces for daily living or entertaining.  EVERYTHING you need to handle or manage the boat underway is right at your fingertips or just a step or two away -- critical characteristics for offshore heavy air sailing.  Once you leave the cockpit, the decks are HUGE easy to navigate.  Even ascending to the cabin top is a breeze with indented steps and the shrouds within easy reach.  The hull both above and below the waterline is in excellent shape.  As of this writing, she’s out of the water up near Baltimore getting a once over below the waterline, fresh Micron CSC bottom paint, and a compound and wax job topsides.  The decks are in superb shape.

  • Awesome cockpit with great seating and bracing while healed
  • Easy access to sail handling gear when solo sailing
  • Exterior canvas all pristine and extremely well designed/fabricated
  • Swim platforms are like a staircase to the water when needed – perfect angle and easy to navigate
  • Electric winch and stack pack make for a super easy-to-handle sail plan
  • Negatives?  
  • There are a few cosmetic crazing cracks in the gelcoat around the locker access lids at both swim platforms.  
  • There’s a small tear in one spot on the port side of the trampoline.  
  • Here’s a nitpick:  the adhesive used to support the stitching of the clear window in the enclosure dissolved into a black stain visible when you look at the side curtains closely, though the integrity of the system remains outstanding.
  • The window frames around the vertical main salon windows has some faded white paint in some areasThere’s one cosmetic docking blemish on the starboard hull just above the waterline amidships.


Interior: 9.0/10

You have to step aboard a Lagoon to appreciate how well this model has evolved through her 253 copies to date.  The interior spaces just make sense.  There’s the large main salon with panoramic views in all directions, a spacious and functional galley with all the essentials: ample counter space, good storage, and large fridge and freezer, and a well laid out nav station on the main level just inside the door.  This owner’s version devotes the entire starboard hull to owner privacy with a large berth, office, oodles of storage everywhere and a huge two-room head forward.  Her condition is outstanding and you’d never know that she’s been up and down the coast and out to the islands.

  • Huge main salon/galley/nav station areaLarge vertical windows affording views in all directions
  • Private starboard hull solely for owner’s use
  • Twin guest cabins with shared head & separate shower in port hullBeautiful cherry varnished finishes throughoutStorage everywhere they could find room for it — not little shallow spaces either but big accommodating deep lockers
  • Negatives?  
  • There’s some varnish lifting up on the bulkhead behind the starboard owner’s head.  The galley counter tops are showing some wear/tear though they’ve been retouched cosmetically and are fully functional.


Electronics/Electrical Systems: 9.0/10

We have all the basics here in spades.  Two large Raymarine plotters at helm and nav station.  Raymarine depth, wind & speed.  New ICOM SSB.  Autopilot, VHF radio, everything you need.  The diesel genset provides power for everything when away from the dock for extended periods.  Ships electrical systems are well laid out throughout the nether regions of the boat — clean, neat and easily accessible.  The solar panel system does an excellent job keeping house batteries topped off.  Split frezzer/refrigeration further enhances long term cruising.  We can’t think of any immediate reason to upgrade any of it.

  • Top quality Raymarine radar/chart plotting at both helm and nav station
  • Solar panels on newer custom fiberglass roof are out of sight and mind but keep yacht topped off while cruising
  • Newer SSB radioThis boat is pretty much equipped to head out to open ocean right now


Engine Rooms: 9.0/10 (visual inspection only)

Love these engine rooms!  The Yanmars are so easily accessed as is the genset up forward.  Engines are in beautiful shape.  Regularly serviced with low hours (1677/1661)  This boat is so slippery through the water, owners only use one engine at a time for cruising.

  • An actual engine ROOM
  • Easy access to all sides of the Yanmars and genset in the forward locker
  • Little to no corrosion on the engine, mounts, and accessory equipment
  • Phaser 8K genset (1419 hours) more than handles all electrical needs away from the dock


Galley/Head Systems: 9.5/10

This is chef’s galley for sure.  Great counter space.  High quality appliances.  Fantastic fridge and freezer space. Storage compartments and spaces are thoughtfully laid out for maximum efficiency. I like that the galley is right inside the main entrance to the salon. Heads are more like bathrooms with lots of space, stand-alone showers, good storage, and high quality toilets.

  • Tons of counter space
  • High-end appliances
  • Huge Sea Frost fridge/freezer space


Rig & Sails/Performance: 9.5/10

Sails in excellent shape (new genoa 2015) and should have many years of life left.   Rig is turn-key.  With the push button mainsail hoisting, deep reefs, and a very recent custom designed stack pack, the boat is easily handled by one person with an autopilot assist.

  • New genoa (2015)
  • Updated/refreshed mainsail (2015)New stack pack for main (2015)Electric halyard winch and batt cars for main make hoisting, reefing & stowage a piece of cakeNew standing and running rigging (2014)She sails at half the wind speed all the way up to 10 knots of hull speed in 20 knots of wind.  Amazingly quick!

IJPE : 773.00 sq ft
I : 45.33 ft
J : 14.08 ft
P : 48.58 ft
E : 18.67 ft
Working Sail Area : 759.00 sq ft


Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.