Lazy bag - Doyle "lifetime"
Bimini Top - Custom, Heavy-duty
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Manufacturer Provided Description
After launching more than one hundred Lagoon 410 since its first introduction in 1997, Lagoon now introduces the new Lagoon 410-S2. Modifications to the Lagoon 410 have been made in many areas ergonomic, comfort, maneuverability and the new S2 version has even more standard equipment. All primary sail control lines, including the main halyard and reefing lines, are now brought back to the cockpit where the addition of an electric winch increases the ease, efficiency and safety of managing mainsail loads. Movement between the steering station, the cockpit and the main salon remains free and open. The large chart table and comprehensive navigation station, the immense main salon with its unique panoramic view (it's a Lagoon !), and the large L-shaped galley show clearly that the Lagoon 410-S2 is designed for a long and comfortable cruise.
Immense cockpit/open-air salon, with direct access from dock or water via port transom
Self-bailing cockpit with cockpit grating
Helm station at forward bulkhead with engine controls, engine panel, and compass, dash board for electronics
Cable steering system
Twin rudders with epoxy composite posts
2 person helm seat
Varnished wood cockpit table with cover
2 storage lockers under cockpit seats
1 Gas storage
12v. electrical panel - 16 function, with volt meter, ammeter, breakers, battery monitor, lighting, water meter.
2 engine batteries: 12v. �� 70 amp
2 house batteries: 12v. �� 140 amp
Power load repartitor
2 27 Hp saildrive motors
Engine stop in cockpit
Double shift/throttle control at helm station
Engine compartment soundproofing
Air intake at transom
Engine access under aft cabin berths
Fuel filter with separator
Diesel fuel tanks, 2 x 100l. / 2 x 26 gal
Composition: fiberglass and vinylester resin
Hull construction: foam core sandwich
Nacelle and deck construction: balsa sandwich
Plain laminate countermold
Bulkheads: reinforced plywood
Sails and Hardware
1 Large-roach mainsail, sail area 53 m2 / 570 sq. ft, with battens
1 Genoa, with genoa furler system, UV band, sail area 36 m2 / 388 sq. ft.