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Old 10-08-2017, 02:15   #1
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Hi fellow sailors.
I am considering making an offer on a 2006 lagoon 380s, the boat needs new standing and running rigging plus new headsail and Genoa.
Would like a rough estimate of the cost if there is anyone who can help please.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, 2 UP.

Standard Genoa 1 to Lagoon 380: 1.622,36 € including 25% VAT
http://resensails.eu/sail-prices-lagoon-380
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Re: Rigging

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Hi fellow sailors.
I am considering making an offer on a 2006 lagoon 380s, the boat needs new standing and running rigging plus new headsail and Genoa.
Would like a rough estimate of the cost if there is anyone who can help please.
Thanks.
You may wish to specifiy a few details on some things in order to get better answers. Such as what level of sails you're looking for. Weekend only, low budget type, or offshore/RTW class. And what materials & features are you seeking. Including accessories.
As without answering some of the above questions, the price range of them could be anywhere from X, to 4X.

As to rigging, how much, if any of it will be DIY. And are you looking to totally refurbish the rig, to simply get new shrouds & stays, or to get; shrouds, stays, & all of the connecting bits which go with. Toggles, turnbuckles, pins, etc. And mechanical terminals, or swages?
Since again, based on the answers to the above, & some other key questions, the cost range is enormous. Easily as much as stated above on sails.

The other thing is, what have the sailmaker's & rigger's surveys/inspections turned up? Since if it's time to replace the above items, odds are things are not as simple as it would seem via your question. And if you want to make sure that there won't be any large (or possibly even huge) hidden expenses when it comes to sails or rigging, then both types of surveys are definitely warranted. Unless you're an expert at both, in which case you wouldn't be posing these questions.

If you have written, reports (surveys) from professionals in these 2 fields, then they're bargaining tools should you be serious about the boat. Just as is a basic survey, along with an in depth engineering survey, including an analysis of all of the machinery's fluids.
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Get the rigging done professionally and I wouldn't be looking at too much change out of $15,000
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