2004 Lagoon 470
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The LAGOON 470 is one of the new generation of catamarans.
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
Thanks to the collaboration of architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost with Xavier Faÿ the immense living space can be arranged into three different layouts making ingenious use of the possibilities. The helm station located along the forward cockpit bulkhead improves the helmsman's visibility and accomodates navigation. The cockpit offers an exceptional comfort, and intentionally encourages idleness. All details were carefully studied so that everyone can find his place and every cruising on board the LAGOON 470 is an unforgettable pleasure.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Marc Van Peteghem / Vincent Lauriot PrÃ©vost
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 47 ft 6 in
Beam: 25 ft 11 in
LWL: 44 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 5 in
Displacement: 20569 lbs
Dry Weight: 20569 lbs
Engine Option 1: 2x 40 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (158 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (126 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 10
Number of heads: 4
â?¢ Large cockpit serves as deck salon â?¢ Ergonomic helm station with sheathed wheel, helm seat, engine controls, engine control panels, compass â?¢ Teak-lined cockpit flooring â?¢ U-shaped bench seating â?¢ Varnished teak cockpit table seats 8 people + cover â?¢ 2 spring-mounted teak-strip fiberglass aft cockpit hatches with 1 storage and 1 watertight battery compartment â?¢ 2 lockers in the aft cockpit â?¢ Set of cockpit cushions â?¢ 1 locker under bench seat next to roof bulkhead
DC Circuit â?¢ 12 V general panel â?¢ Amp meter, voltmeter, circuit breakers, battery monitor, panel light, water gauge, fuel gauge â?¢ 1 Emergency starting battery: 12 V-75 Amp â?¢ 3 Service and starting batteries: 12 V-140 Amp â?¢ Emergency engine starting system by power reverse source â?¢ 1 50A Alternator per engine â?¢ 1 cigarette lighter plug at the chart table â?¢ Electrical panel: - Galley down : panel in the salon with green plexiglass - Galley up : panel in the starboard gangway with green plexiglass AC Circuit â?¢ Electrical panel 10 functions with power source selector â?¢ 1 Voltmeter â?¢ 1 Ammeter â?¢ 1 Dock inlet with 1 socket on transom and 1 plug with a 49â??3" cable â?¢ 6 Sockets (1 per cabin, 1 salon and 1 galley) â?¢ 3 Technical sockets (1 per engine compartment and 1 in the generator compartment)
â?¢ 2 engines 40 HP sail drive â?¢ 2 x 16â?? fixed twin blade propellers â?¢ Engine controls at the helm â?¢ Soundproof engine room â?¢ Engine access from the transom â?¢ Engine room exhaust fan â?¢ 1 Raw water filter per engine â?¢ 2 Fluorescent lights per compartment
â?¢ White gel coat on hull and deck â?¢ Moulded diamond type non skid on deck â?¢ 1 step in hull at lifeline gate on both sides â?¢ White lacquered aluminum compression beam â?¢ White lacquered aluminum crossbeam with tack fitting for genoa and staysail, babystay chain plate, genaker pole fitting, 2 bow anchor rollers â?¢ Lagoon decoration : 2 Navy blue waterline stripes, 1 Navy blue porthole stripe, 1 Gray porthole stripe
SAILS AND DECK FITTINGS
â?¢ 1 Dacron mainsail (785 sq ft), 3 reefs with full roach, full length battens â?¢ 1 Dacron genoa (506 sq ft), with genoa furling system, UV band
â?¢ 18.60 m white-lacquered aluminum mast with welded mast-attachment fittings and track for roller aring cars for the main sail â?¢ 2 Spreaders â?¢ 1 White-lacquered aluminum boom â?¢ 2 Sheathed shrouds â?¢ 2 Sheathed lower shrouds â?¢ 1 Forestay with furling mechanism for the genoa â?¢ 1 Releasable turnbuckle babystay for staysail + spectra extension
â?¢ 1 Main halyard with block 2:1 â?¢ 1 Genoa halyard â?¢ 1 Storm jib halyard â?¢ 1 Mainsheet with hoist â?¢ 2 Genoa sheets â?¢ 3 Mainsail reef lines â?¢ 1 Genoa furling line â?¢ 2 Main-traveler adjustment lines â?¢ 1 Mainsail topping lift â?¢ 1 Mainsail outhaul â?¢ Set of lazy jacks on boom
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