Lagoon 380 - Owners Version




Owners Version

3 cabins and two heads / showers

Master bathrooms with separate shower

Two owners since new.

Never chartered

Mechanical engineer owner has kept the motors in immaculate condition

Yanmar engines factory upgrade to 30HP instead of 20HP base model

Yanmar saildrive and feathering Flexoprops

All new batteries 2019

Rigging professionally checked in 2021 and the two shrouds replaced with new

New full battened mainsail (2019) with large roach, Genoa in good condition and parasailor

2-speed electric primary winch

Aquabase ESW901 - 12v 100 liter per hour watermaker

Rigid composition Bimini upgrade

New Lagoon trampoline 2019

3000 inverter

All receipts from maintenance 

This boat presents in turn key condition with everything checked and in fully operational order.

For the video walk-through visit our Youtube Channel at Nautilus Yacht Management 


Awarded most  popular Lagoon model ever built , the Lagoon 380 offers very good sea-going capabilities as well as generous accommodations, a large and functional cockpit and a sturdy, compact build that will withstand the test of time, is easy to maintain, and will fit in most cradle or travel lifts where much larger catamarans may need to travel far and wide to find somewhere to get their boat out of the water when needed. 

'Hoodoo' is beautifully clean, thoroughly equipped and ready for you to just move on board and start your own adventures. She was never chartered and has only had two owners, a German owner who sailed her from Europe to the Caribbean and spent his time between Florida and the Bahamas, and current family, a young couple from the US who had an extensive offshore sailing experience and always dreamed to set out on the own yacht. They explored most of the Caribbean, Central America and the Pacific until reaching Fiji in June 2021.

A mechanical engineer, her captain has been religiously maintaining the engines and all systems on board.

Hoodoo is equipped with a full range of cruising electronics and all the safety items you need to continue cruising today.

For more information, or to organise an inspection (or video inspection) please contact our friendly team at Nautilus Yacht Management. We would be delighted to assist you in every way and to help you make your cruising dream come true. Our agency specialises in cruising yachts and is very involved with the cruising community. We can answer all your questions regarding offshore purchase, import, registration, etc. and help you at every stage of this exciting journey!

A Word From The Owners

"After living in Alaska for 8 years, it was time. Time to pursue our dream of exploring the remote south pacific. The dream of drinking sundowners at sundown and coffee at sunrise. Swimming through blue waters and hiking through lush jungles. Previously, we each had a taste of the cruising lifestyle when we were younger as crew, and always dreamed of setting sail again on our own yacht. When we initially began our search for the perfect blue water cruising boat we were looking at monohulls as that was what we knew, however, as soon as we viewed a few catamarans in the Caribbean our minds quickly changed. The amount of space on a catamaran along with stability really sold us on switching. Once we saw the difference between the owner's version and 4 cabin models we realized we loved the spaciousness of having a hull to live in and another hull for guests and storage. From our research we realized we wanted a Lagoon 380 as they are proven, reliable, offshore cruising catamarans that sail well and are very safe. We fell in love with Hoodoo right away, scooping her up in Florida in February 2019. We are the second owner. The previous owner sailed her from France to the Caribbean and from there used her for 6 months a year. Hoodoo has never been in charter.

Once purchased, we were excited to start our new adventure. First though, we had a whirlwind 6 weeks of getting her up to our standards which included servicing the engines to baseline our maintenance, new running rigging, new batteries, new life raft, new anchor chain, new mainsail among other things and we set sail for the Bahamas. The owner's mechanical engineering background made him more than capable of getting Hoodoo seaworthy.

We knew as as soon as we started cruising with Hoodoo that she was the right choice for us. Probably our favorite feature is that all sailing and sail adjustments can be made from the large helm seat including reefing, this means we rarely go on deck while sailing which is a big safety feature. Adding to that the two speed electric winch really spoils us and allows us to reef really quickly. The boat is great for entertaining with ample space in the saloon and cockpit, the sliding door and window in front of the galley make the saloon and views from the galley incredible. Hoodoo also has so much storage space that there is a place for everything even when provisioning for several months. On our trip we've had lots of friends and family visit. Utilizing the port hull as the guest hull is really nice, giving us and our guests lots of privacy and room. The back steps make landing fish really easy and provide for quick clean up when using the port top stair where the freshwater deck hose is conveniently located. We love that each berth and owner shower has a large picture window allowing you to soak in all the views even while in bed! The high capacity water maker gives us peace of mind of always having ample fresh water even in the middle of an ocean crossing! The square top main gives us extra sail area so Hoodoo sails really well, even in light winds - we actually prefer to go out in lighter winds as the seas are always more favorable and it's less stress on the crew.

We really could go on and on about all the reasons why we love Hoodoo and why she is such a great boat! We are sad to let her go but are ready for a new adventure. The future Hoodoo owner can pick up right where we left off and enter Hoodoo without inheriting lots of boat projects. We are happy to help the new owners get acquainted with her and will always make ourselves available for questions after the handover. We will stay onboard with Hoodoo enjoying beautiful Fiji until she sells as we want to maximize our time in this paradise" Yanell and Missy - Fiji -Augiust 2011.



The Lagoon 380 has a spacious cockpit with a large table making it a great dining and lounging area. The best part of the cockpit is the hardtop Bimini which in the tropics is key to keeping cool and staying out of the sun. The bimini also has built in lighting that provides excellent ambiance at night. It is very easy to sit around the table rain or shine and enjoy the views. The table comfortably sits 8, but with close friends it is easy to squeeze in more. The floors are a nice teak which complement the white exterior nicely. When entertaining friends, Hoodoo has a great sound system with speakers in the cockpit and in the saloon. Playing music is easy with a bluetooth connection to the JVC receiver. Under the back bench of the cockpit is a vented locker that safely stores 2 propane bottles. Next to that locker is another large locker that can store a variety of goods. Under the "cooler locker" (At the table against the galley sliding window) we store a dive compressor (not included in inventory) but is a great spot to store more toys. Also, under the helm seat, but accessible in the cockpit is another large cabinet where we keep fishing essentials. We have two large green sunbrella sun shades that are easily attached to the back of the cockpit to keep the hot afternoon sun out.

-Hard top bimini

- Large table (which is strong enough to be a walking surface)

- Built in stereo

- Lots of seating

- Magma grill with cover rail mounted

- Ample storage compartments

-White exterior with teak floors


Saloon & Galley

The first thing you notice when entering the saloon is the classic Lagoon style wrap around vertical windows lighting up the area and making the boat feel open and airy. Adding to that, the large sliding glass door and sliding galley sink window allow you always feel like you're outside, even when doing the dishes and cooking. The two center wrap around windows are hatches allowing a breeze to flow through the boat. Having so much airflow through the galley is really nice when cooking on hot days, keeping the whole boat cool. The dark floors paired with white upholstery and lighter blonde cabinets give the boat a fresh, clean feeling. The saloon has a large table with seating for 6 people comfortably. Under all of the saloon seats there are storage compartments easily accessible by lifting up cushions giving you a room to store all your provisions. The table can be completely removed which allows you much better access to storage bins when putting away a lot of provisions at once. A bonus to the saloon table is that it can be converted from a table to a lounge or bed. We have two shorter table legs and two extra cushions to accommodate this configuration.

In the corner of the saloon there is a well sized chart table with seat. Above that chart table is the electric control panel, a large Raymaire chartplotter, VHF, stereo and 2 12 volt power outlets for charging all your gear.

The first thing you notice in the galley is the view. As you start cutting up your veggies for dinner, it's easy to look out with wonder at the ocean around you. The galley has a 3 burner ENO stove and separate ENO oven. The burners and oven work great with the oven getting hot enough to beautifully bake bread and homemade pizza, a favorite on Hoodoo. The standard Lagoon 380 refrigerator is very large which is key for provisioning for long sails or just keeping usual food along with lots of cold drinks. There is a small freezer unit at the top of the inside fridge which is the perfect size for ice cube trays. We installed an electric thermostat in the fridge and that has made the refrigerator much more efficient. Although not in the galley, we have a Dometic 12V freezer which has allowed us to store meat and all the fish that we catch along the way. The Dometic freezer holds about 20kgs of meat. The freezer provides deep freeze temperatures to keep meat and fish for long periods of time.

There is plenty of work surface in the galley for food prep. We have a wood cutting board that fits perfectly over the smaller sink which adds a bit of extra space. When it comes time to do the dishes, the two sinks make clean up a breeze. You also have some choices of how you want to wash your dishes, using the salt water foot pump, fresh water foot pump or pressurized hot/cold tap. The galley has a large cabinet on the counter top in the corner with lots of room for dishes and cookware. Under the sink there is plenty of space for cleaning supplies along with a 7.5gal (28L) garbage bin.

- Standard Lagoon refrigerator

-Dometic 12V deep freezer Model CFX40W (in port forward cabin)

- 3 burner ENO stove

- ENO oven

- 2 basin sink

- Salt water foot pump, fresh water foot pump and hot/cold electric tap

- Lots of storage

- Built in stereo system

- Table converts to another bed


Owners hull - starboard

The spacious, bright and airy owners cabin is located in the starboard hull. You walk down 3 steps to gain access. To the stern is the large queen size bed with ample headroom. At the head of the bed there are a his and hers Hella 12V fan which is a real treat when it is hot. The port side of the bed has a small cubby for all your nighttime essentials. Along the starboard side of the bed there is a space between the bed and wall which creates a more open feel and can hold more nighttime essentials. The large picture window next to the bed lets in lots of light and at night it is always reassuring to look out and make sure the boat is where it is supposed to be. Next to the picture window there is a porthole which allows a nice airflow along with the large overhead hatch. Moving forward under the front of the bed there is a large storage cabinet and under the bed there is an enormous amount of space. Two house batteries are under the bed along with the old mainsail which we decided to keep as a spare. There is a large hanging locker and cubby. In the space between the bed and bathroom there is an office area which we utilize as a bookshelf. Under it is a the office area is another large cabinet. Just before you enter the bathroom there is a another large closet and behind the sliding door there is again another large cabinet. So in total, not including under the bed, there are 6 large storage cabinets on the owners side; plenty of room for all your cruising essentials.

- Queen size bed

- Picture window, port hole and overhead hatch

- Many large cabinets/closets

- 2 x 12V fan


Upon entering the bathroom area there is a manual Jabsco pump toilet and large vanity area with spacious dual door medicine cabinet. The cabinet is really very generous and the huge mirror above the sink is very luxurious. Behind the toilet is a porthole letting in more natural light and airflow. Moving forward through the toilet area brings you to the shower complete with the factory door. The shower is really big and has an adjustable shower head that can be handheld or left mounted. There is a large seat in the shower which is really helpful when showering while underway. We love that the shower has its own dedicated space and doesn't wet the entire bathroom area. The shower also has a huge picture window so you can always enjoy your beautiful surroundings. Lastly in the shower stall there is a hatch, which you can leave open rain or shine which helps keep the starboard hull nice and cool. Also, behind the bathroom door is a full length mirror which is a real bonus on a sailboat.

The owner's hull is really a star highlight on this boat. It provides space, privacy, a luxurious shower and a beautifully sized bed. The moment we walked into the hull, we fell in love and you will too.

- Large vanity with cabinet behind large mirror

- Independent shower stall with door

- Shower seat (great while underway)

- Jabsco pump toilet

- Blackwater tank

- Porthole behind toilet, hatch over shower and picture window in shower


Port forward cabin

Walking down the 3 steps on the port side brings you to the forward cabin. This room has a large bed that is very roomy. There is a 12V fan and light at the head of the bed. Under the bed is where the water maker lives; It is super easy and very roomy to access the water maker to change the filter or check on it. There is another large separate storage compartment next to that. We house our twin tub washing machine( the washing machine isn't plumbed but it is easily brought out into the cockpit on laundry day). There is a large cabinet under the foot of the bed and two large cabinets on the interior wall. We use the interior cabinet for our tools and spares. It is nice to have a dedicated tool area to keep everything organized. This room also houses our 12V Dometic freezer. For natural light and ventilation there is a large picture window, porthole and large overhead hatch allowing lots of light and airflow.

- Lots of light and airflow

- 12V fan at head of bed

-12V Dometic freezer


Port bathroom

In between the forward and aft cabin is a second bathroom. It's perfect for guests visiting as it allows each of you to have your privacy. Compact in size, but complete with large storage cabinet, mirror and pull out showerhead unit from the sink that hooks onto the wall. There is a manual pump Jabsco toilet. There is a small hatch above the toilet allowing nice natural light and airflow. This bathroom is simple but works very efficiently and It is nice when hosting guests that they can utilize this bathroom and not have to go into the owner's hull.

- Pull out shower head with wall mount

- Overhead hatch

- Jabsco pump toilet

- Backwater tank


Port aft cabin

Upon entering the port aft cabin you are met with another queen size bed, large picture window, porthole and hatch, continuing the airflow throughout the boat. At the head of the bed there is a 12V fan and small light. Under the bed is where the electronics are housed along with two house batteries and a starter battery. Due to the electronics being under this bed and having so much storage space elsewhere, we don't keep anything under the bed as we don't want to create a fire hazard or overheat the electronics. There is a large cabinet at the foot of the bed accessible via the dual doors. This room has a big locker with two sides; one side is a hanging locker and the other has shelves. When closing the door to the room you are greeted with a large mirror, again a real bonus on a sailboat.

- Queen size bed

- 12v fan

-large cabinet for clothes/storage


Hull, On-deck & Exterior features

The trampoline. That's the spot. We love inviting our friends for sundowners in the cool breeze and comfort of the trampoline. The trampoline is also a great working surface while launching the Parasailor or anchoring. Moving back, there are two large lockers aft of the trampoline. In these lockers are the anchor chain, windlass, water tanks and much more. We store two folding bicycles, the spare anchor, buckets, ropes, extra diesel, dingy fuel and much more in them. As we go back further, we come to the hard top bimini. The hard top bimini is a key feature for Hoodoo. The top of the bimini allows easy access to the boom and sail. It's also a great place to watch the sunset. The bimini covers the helm and cockpit area. It has built in lighting that provides great ambiance for hosting a dinner or great shade for enjoying coffee in the morning. Over the helm, the bimini has a sliding plexiglass top that allows the helmsman to stand or take cover from the sun and rain. On the front of the bimini is a dodger that provides excellent rain protection in the cockpit and at the helm. Going down the back of the boat, there are stout dinghy davits and two grand staircases that lead off the boat. These stairs are great for landing a fish, swimming, showering or simply provisioning when not at the dock. Life is good. Dipping under the water from the swim steps, the hull of Hoodoo is well cared for. The bottom is painted every 2 years with her last haul out and repaint in April of 2021. A clean hull means a faster passage and we take great care to keep her hulls clean and her sides polished and waxed.


Engine & Controls

Two Yanmar 3YM30 diesel engines make up the heart of this boat's propulsion system. Each engine is a fully independent system and does not rely on the other engine to run. The great part of this design is that if one engine fails, the other is always available since there are no common points of failure. The engines are fitted with Yanmar SD20 saildrives and Flexfold 2 blade [folding] propellers. Each engine has a starting battery and a 100 liter fuel tank located in the aft cabins on their respective sides. The engines are easily controlled and monitored from the helm with independent throttles and control panels. When we first bought Hoodoo, it was important to us that we know her engines were well maintained and in top condition. We had a Yanmar dealer fully service the engines replacing all the hoses, thermostats, water pumps, alternator, belts, coolant, oil, install a new Racor water/dirt separator, heat exchanges, mixing elbows and more. This was not cheap, coming in at $13,000 usd but we felt it was a good baseline to start our remote cruising lifestyle. We like to be safe which means keeping our equipment well maintained and running for when we need it most. All maintenance records have been kept in our log book. Additionally, my profession as a mechanical engineer led me to a job that oversees work on rotating equipment such as diesel engines. In this role, I developed an understanding for what parts can fail unexpectedly on engines. As you go through the spares inventory, you will see that the boat is well spared with those parts we deemed as a "critical spare." This approach to cruising has allowed us to travel far and wide without being stuck waiting for parts in a remote anchorage or a foreign country and will allow you to as well.


- Port engine - Yanmar 3YM30 diesel engine - 3795 hours

- Starboard engine - Yanmar 3YM30 diesel engine - 3620 hours

- 2 - 100 liter fuel tanks

- 2 starter batteries

- 2 - Yanmar SD20 saildrives

- 2 - 2 blade Flexfold propellers

- Lots of spares (and peace of mind)


Mast, Sails & Rigging

The Lagoon 380 is a very stable, fast and comfortable boat to sail. We have logged 15,000 miles on Hoodoo and felt safe and secure for everyone of those miles. The Lagoon 380 has a beautiful and strong rig that drives power through the midship giving a stable and quick ride. On our crossings, we were always one of the faster boats. Hoodoo only needs a mere 4 knots of wind to get sailing. Her rigging is normal for a catamaran with a forestay and two shrouds. The mast is supported by a diamond rig that adds to its rigidity. The cross beam is reinforced with an A frame to properly transfer the force of the forestay. In April 2021 a full rigging inspection was done by Matt Rigging (licensed and insured) in Tahiti. Two shrouds and the corresponding turnbuckles were replaced. The rest of the rigging was deemed in acceptable condition. The report is available on request. Hoodoo is outfitted with a headsail and main sail. Lagoon provides two sail options; a rounded top main or a square top. Hoodoo is outfitted with the square top main providing extra power and speed in light winds. The mainsail and headsail are both reefed from the comfort of the helm with the main sail having two reef points. All running rigging is run to the helm station where there are two Harken winches. The track for the boom is easily accessible in the cockpit. The main winch is a two speed electric winch that makes life a breeze. Most running rigging was replaced in 2019 with the exception of the halyards which are all still in good shape. Included in the sale of Hoodoo is her Parasailor and running rigging that accompanies the sail. The Parasailor is an excellent sail for running downwind in a large range of winds. We've spent many days and nights under the quiet presence of the Parasailor. Sailing on Hoodoo has been a dream for us. She has provided us with the security and speed we needed to accomplish our sailing goals. She'll provide the same for you.

- Sail from helm seat including reefing

- 2 speed electric Harken winch

- Square top mainsail - 2019

- Shrouds replaced - April 2021

- Parasailor



Freshwater on Hoodoo is never in short supply. She outfitted with a pressurized freshwater system that includes a watermaker, storage tanks, a water heater and plenty of taps to use it. She has two 300 liter tanks that can be filled from a 100 liter per hour Aquabase ESW901 watermaker. The watermaker has been one of our favorite items on board as it keeps us living clean and salt free. The watermaker can make water fast enough to do any water related job on the boat without much thought. From laundry, showers or washing the deck, it's all worry free with the high quality and volume production of the watermaker. Hoodoo has both room temperature and a hot water system. While at the dock you might use the electric water heater or at sea, the port engine will heat the water heater and provide you with a great hot shower. In addition to the electric water pump, there is a freshwater foot pump and a salt water foot pump at the galley sink for emergencies.


- Aquabase ESW901 - 12v 100 liter per hour watermaker

- Quick 5 gallon electric/engine water heater

- Jabsco 3.5 gpm/40psi pump

- Manual freshwater pump at galley

- Manual salt water pump at galley

- Hot water at the outdoor shower, both bathroom sinks, both showers and main galley sink

- 2 300liter water tanks (600 total)


Electronics, Communication & Navigation

Modern sailing necessitates great electronics, communication and navigation. The electrical system is the backbone of all of these systems. Hoodoo is outfitted with power generation in the form of solar panels, a wind generator and alternators on each engine. The combination of these make daily living and sailing a dream. 900 Amp hours of power is stored in 4 Mastervolt 225V AGM. These batteries provide all the house power necessary for all systems onboard. Charging of the house and engine batteries can also be accomplished with shore power. The Lagoon 380 is able to be plugged in and charged with 120v or 240v systems making it a truely international boat. Additionally, Hoodoo has lots of different shore power adaptors so you'll never worry when you pull into a new marina. When not at the marina, Hoodoo has a 3000w inverter (120v) that provides all the necessary power for our washer machine, computers and more. There are outlets in each cabin and a few around the galley, saloon and chart table for easy access.

Navigation and communication are made easy with Hoodoo's Raymarine integrated system. First and foremost, the Raymarine autopilot is the extra crewman who never sleeps. It's a joy letting the boat steer itself while you are able to focus on navigation or trimming the sails. The autopilot is integrated into the Raymaine electronics system that includes 2 chartplotters, anemometer, depth, radar, position, AIS and speed. All of these instruments work together and are conveniently displayed at the helm making it easy for you to make well informed decisions. Spotting other boats is easy with AIS, radar and a high helm position. The VHF is conveniently located at the chart table next to an additional chart plotter. We have enjoyed sailing Hoodoo and have found that the electronics onboard are more than enough for coast and ocean cruising. Surprisingly, our favorite way to navigate is actually using all the data being fed in from the instruments, Navionics on our phone and the autopilot safely providing the steering. Hoodoo is well outfitted, has served us well and will continue her service into the future.


- Raymarine E120w chart plotter with Navionics South Pacific Charts (chart table)

- Raymarine E90w chart plotter (helm)

- Raymarine autopilot

- Raymarine wind direction and speed

- Raymarine depth sounder

- Raymarine radar

- ICom international/US/Euro VHF

- 4 Mastervolt 225V AGM house batteries

- Shore power electrical system for 120/240v

- Shore power cables and adaptors for Europe and USA fittings

- 30 Amp shore battery charger (120/240)

- 3000 W 120V inverter with remote switch

- 3 - 135 w solar panels (405 w total)

- D400 wind generator



We never worry while on anchor due to the reliable 25kg Rocna anchor along with 250ft of 3/8" G4 anchor chain. We have never once dragged due to the well designed Rocna anchor and the abundance of chain allows us to anchor in deeper areas without a worry. To lower and raise the anchor we have a Quick windlass with wired remote that is accessible out the saloon window. The large anchor locker allows the chain to stow away easily.


- 25kg Rocna anchor (regalvanized 2019)

- 250ft of 3/8" anchor chain 2019

- Quick Hector 1000W electric windlass

- 25kg Delta spare anchor

- 20ft of 3 strand nylon snubber lines



Having a capable tender is key for exploring the areas surrounding where Hoodoo is anchored. We are avid adventurers and the well sized 10ft Caribe tender matched with the 20hp motor makes all our small adventures off Hoodoo possible. It is the perfect size for having guests and friends join in on our exploration adventures or take us offshore with all our dive gear. The dinghy very easily raises and lowers on the strong davits so launching and putting the dinghy away only takes a few moments.

- 2011 10ft Caribe dinghy

- 2017 20hp Honda outboard (many spares onboard)

- Grappling hook dinghy anchor with 60ft weighted rope anchor line


Safety Equipment

Safety is key while at sea. When we bought the boat, the owner had let a lot of certifications and expiration dates laps. We spent time and energy researching what we would need to be safe offshore by attending boat shows, various marine stores and speaking directly to vendors. In the end, this research led us to purchase the various safety systems below. As luck (and constant vigilance) would have it, we've never been in a situation where we have needed to use these items and they are ready to be passed onto you in great condition.

- 2019 Viking 6 person life raft - Offshore

- 2019 EPIRB

- Raymarine integrated AIS

- 4 offshore Life jackets

- Horseshoe man overboard throwable

- Propane solenoid on/off switch

- Port and starboard automatic bilge pumps

- Port and starboard manual bilge pumps

- Fire blanket in galley

- Fire extinguisher 7# in galley

- 4x Fire extinguisher - 3# USCG approved - Class 10-B:C

- Fire alarm

- 2x CO2 detector

- Fog horn

- Flares (expired)


Included extras & Spares

- Yanmar Gasket kit (all gaskets for the engine)

- Yanmar Hoses (2 full sets of original hoses)

- Yanmar temperature sensor

- Yanmar oil sensor

- Yanmar starter motor

- Yanmar raw water pump (rebuilt) and plenty of seals/bearing for more rebuilds

- 2 alternators

- Jabsco 3.5 gpm water pump

- Whale bilge pump

- Oil/fuel filters

- Belts

- water maker pre-filters

- water maker sensors

- water maker pre-filter housings

- water maker pump

- water maker pump rebuild kit

- D400 wind generator bearing replacement kit

- Magma grill with cover rail mounted

- Honda outboard spares (various)

- LED lights for saloon and various other places

- Printer

-Original square top mainsail cut at first reef (2011)

- 19 strand ss shroud (original)

- 6 fenders

- Docklines

- original running rigging (as spares)

- 13 kg aluminum propane tank

- Various hose clamps, screws, bolts

- Grill hose (converts for regular tank usage)

- Various consumable spares for Honda outboard motor

- Lots of spare parts for Jabsco manual pump toilets

- Wet/dry vacuum 3 Gallon

- Lewmar mosquito screens for hatches & portholes (we've never needed to install and you get better airflow with them out)


Disclaimer: 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.