Lagoon 400 S2 (2015)
- 4 Double Cabins & 4 Electric Heads
- Classic Main with Stack Pack & Lazy Jacks
- Electric Winch for Main & Electric Windlass
- 2 x 40 HP Yanmar Diesel Engines
- B&G Zeus Chartplotter, GPS & Autopilot
- Fusion Audio System with Bluetooth
- Comfortable Mats for Bow Nets
- Sun Deck over Cockpit
- 10ft Dinghy with 9.8HP Outboard w/Davits
- Charcoal BBQ
- Snorkelling & Safety Gear
- Chart & Cruising Guide
- Cell Phone & VHF
Dec 16 - Jan 1
Feb 1 - Mar 31
Jan 2 - Jan 31
Apr 1 - Apr 30
May 1 - Jul 9
Nov 6 - Dec 15
Jul 10 - Nov 5
- LOA: 39'3"
- DRAFT: 4'0"
- ENGINES: 2 x 40HP
- FUEL: 106gal
- WATER: 158gal
MORE DETAILS ON NAILAH
The Lagoon 400 is one big cat. The first thing you’ll notice standing on the dock next to the Lagoon 400 is that this could possibly be the biggest 40 foot catamaran – ever. With an LOA of 39 feet, 3 inches and a max beam of 23 feet, 9 inches this is a sizeable platform. The Lagoon 400 replaced the Lagoon 410 and bridges the gap between the 380 and the 420. The Lagoon 400 is all about the balance of performance and livability, good looks and practicality, interior and exterior.
All sails are controlled from the helm station which is to port and elevated above the cockpit a few steps. Shaded by a canvas cover the helm station features a comfortable double seat.
Forward is a double trampoline with a solid chain channel running from the windlass to the ground tackle. The decks are wide and free of obstacles and lead back and down three steps to an impressive cockpit with a U-shaped settee to starboard and a sort of chaise to port. Dinghy davits raise and lower off the aft deck. The cockpit is free of lines, offers great storage under the seats and is completely dedicated to relaxation and entertaining.
The saloon and galley area is spacious, light, airy and offers plenty of headroom. The galley is aft on starboard side with the signature Lagoon pass-through window to the cockpit. Lots of countertop space surrounds the cooktop and sink. An eye-level oven is placed in the starboard corner above the counter and a microwave is above that. A forward facing nav station is to starboard next to a sizeable L-shaped settee. On port and near the glass sliding entry door are cabinets, one of which houses the electrical panel. The light varnish finish and lots of use of white and grey accents add to the general feeling of airiness.
Down below hull windows and opening ports provide lots of light and air. Semi-island, queen sized bunks provide easy access all around so there is no crawling over anyone else to get in or out. It’s the living space on the Lagoon 400 that leaves a lasting impression. It definitely feels like a boat half again her size and the smooth transition between the cockpit and the saloon speaks to indoor/outdoor living that so many of our guests love.
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