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OWN THE MOST POPULAR CATAMARAN, THE LAGOON 380: OVER 700 BUILT!
The undisputed world champion in its category (more than 700 boats delivered to date), the Lagoon 380 is still going strong. It’s fast, easy to manoeuver and safe, and has a legion of fans spread across the world’s oceans.
“KARMA” has just had a full detail, including waxing of hull and deck, new sheet bag, steam clean of all upholstery (Including bed covers). She looks great and is ready to go for her next adventure!
- 4 Cabin, 2 Head Layout, with drop-down table to sleep two more in the main cabin,
- Cruising Package with this boat, includes: Decklight on mast, cockpit shower, double sound insulation in engine compartment, extra battery, extra water tank, curtains in salon, Genaker rig and pole, electric winches, underwater lights, digital TV Antenna...
- Interior woodwork in Alpi reconstituted wood, a sustainable source
- Symmetrical hulls are designed by Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prevost, who designed and dominated the Open 60 multihull class in Europe for around 20 years and know how to make a multi work.
- Move around easily and safely thanks to wide side decks and a rigid walkway on the trampoline…
- Transom platforms provide easy access to the sea and dinghy
- The cockpit is a real outdoor lounge area
- Saloon and cabins bathed in natural light (large hull windows), 360° vision in the rounded saloon
“While the 38, or 380 to give it its proper title, might be the smallest of the Lagoon family, it is not short on volume or features. Sporting three full cabins including a large owner’s stateroom taking up virtually all the starboard hull, the 380 has the room of a 50 or 60-foot monohull yacht. [...] Catamaran sailing is all about ease and the Lagoon is nothing if not easy. All the control lines for sailing lead back to the helm station so that the helmsman can basically operate everything from the double seat provided.” - BoatPoint (Full Article)
« On our way back from Saint Gilles Croix de Vie we settled into a speed of 8-9 knots with the gennaker set in 15 knots of wind, all in perfect comfort ». - Multihulls World
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