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Lagoon 400

- Balance between volume and performance,
- Saloon and cockpit,
- Cabins and washrooms,
- Accommodation and deck spaces.

Also the harmony of soft lines reminiscent of the Lagoon 410's simplicity and inspired by the Lagoon 620's charm and elegance.

The deck space, its strong points:

- Hard top bimini in line with the cabin top for a better protection from the sun (streamlined, more aesthetic).
- Easier to move around the stern, offering more shelter.
- Easier access to the dinghy via the transoms
- Flush deck hatches.
- Moving around more safely (no step exceeds 220 mm).
- Open cockpit for socializing.
- Direct communication between cockpit and galley.
- All controls brought back to the helm station.
The accommodation's strong points:
- Optimal practicality.
- Maximum light in saloon and cabins.
- Ventilation adapted to each area of the boat.
- More stowage spaces in owner's cabin.
- Saloon design inspired by the success of the Lagoons 420 and 440 where the galley is between the salon and the cockpit.
- Unusual concept in the forward cabin(s) where the double bed can be converted into twin beds.
- Shower curtain in the washrooms.

Lagoon 400 - Spects Info
Overall length 39'3''
Length on waterline 37'7''
Overall beam 23’9”
Draft 4'00''
Mast clearance 66’7’’
Light displacement (EC) 22817 lbs
Full-batten mainsail 603 sq. ft
Square top mainsail (optional) 651 sq. ft
Furling genoa 301 sq. ft
Optional gennaker 818 sq. ft
Fresh water capacity 79 US Gal.
Fuel capacity 2 x 53 US Gal.
Engine 2 x 29 HP
Interior finish Light oak alpi and non skid laminated wenge for the wood floor
EEC certification A for 10 persons
   
Boats sold in America include the following equipment s as standard features:
• 110 V heating element in water heater  
• 1 holding tank with gravity drain/deck pump out in each head  
• 3/8” windlass gipsy for non metric chain  
• Propane gas system for US  

SAILS

• 1 fully-roached mainsail, sail area 58 m2/624 sq.ft. and battens
• 1 furling genoa, sail area 37 m2/398 sq.ft. with UV protective strip

RUNNING RIGGING

• 1 double purchase mainsail halyard
• 1 genoa halyard
• 1 multi-purchase mainsail sheet and traveller on hard top, led back to the helm station
• 2 genoa sheets led back to the helm station
• 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable cars
• 3 winches at the helm station

• 1 winch, 46.2 ST for:
    - 1 main sail halyard
    - 1 genoa halyard
    - Gennaker halyard and sheets (option)
    - 1 boom topping lift
    - 1 genoa furling line
• 1 winch, 46.2 ST for:
    - 1 main sail sheet
    - Reef 1 single line
    - Reef 2 single line
    - Reef 3 single line
• 1 winch, 46.2 ST for:
    - 1 port side genoa sheet
    - 1 port side main sail traveller line
    - 1 starboard main sail traveller line

• 1 fixed mainsail outhaul
• 1 stopper for genoa furling line on deck
• 2 lazy jacks adjustable at mast base
• 2 winch handle with holder

COCKPIT

• Cockpit usable as outdoor salon, access to the sea by a stern walkway giving access to the transoms
• Hard top bimini with 3 recessed spotlights
• Self bailing cockpit
• Helm station on port side on the coachouse bulkhead: engine throttle controls, engine control panels, compass, area for electronic equipment, leather covered steering wheel with brake, double helm seat with cushions, access steps from cockpit with s/s handrail, line storage bag.
• Steering system: cable steering, s/s shaft rudders, emergency tiller
• U shape seating area to starboard
• Varnished wooden cockpit table interchangeable with salon coffee table
• 1 aft cockpit seat locker
• 1 technical locker (for the optional generator)
• 1 gas locker under the seats on starboard side of cockpit
• 1 locker under the lazy boy in cockpit with room to store 1 additional gas tank

FORE DECK

• Forward seating area.
• Anchor chain locker with large opening on gas strut
• Forward bow lockers with locking deck hatches and access ladders
• Anchor roller on aluminium cross beam

PLUMBING

• 1 X 300 L / 1 X 79 US gal. water tank in front locker (Optional: 1 additional 300L / 1 x 79 US gal. additional water tank)
• Fresh water circuit with 12V pump accessible from port forward cabin
• Hot water circuit with 40 L / 11 US gal. 220/110V electric water heater, (also works from starboard engine heat exchanger)
• Rotomolded Diesel tanks: 2 X 200 L / 2 x 53 US gal. under starboard and port aft berths
• 2 x 12V automatic or manually activated electric bilge pumps
• 2 x manual bilge pumps in cockpit

TRANSOMS

• Hot and cold deck shower to port
• P Port side s/s swim ladder
• 1 handrail on each transom
• Rubber transom rubrails
• Access to engine rooms
• Recessed access step on hull side

ELECTRICS

• 12 V backlit electrical panel on port side of salon
• LCD display with: voltmeter, Amp-meter, water level gauge, diesel level gauge, low voltage alarm for batteries
• 2 house batteries: 12V - 140 Ah
• Battery switches:
    - House bank: under bed in aft port cabin
    - E Engine start: under bed in aft port & stbd cabin

INTERIOR LAYOUT

• Interior woodwork in marine plywood and light oak alpi veneer with horizontal wood grain
• Dark brown laminated floor
• OWNER: 3 cabins, 3 toilets, 1 separate shower stall in owner’s washroom

Starboard hull (3 cabin version)
› Owner’s version
Owner’s cabin to starboard (hull entirely dedicated to owner)
• Entrance from salon through sliding door
• Standing headroom: 1.98m / 6’ 6” approx.
• 6X 12V Halogen overhead lighting
• 2X 12V Halogen reading lights on the ceiling
• “Semi – island” type bed with front and side access 2.00m X 1.44 x 1.00 m / 6’ 7” X 4’9”x 3’3’’
• 1 drawer under the bed
• Access to battery switches
• Night stands with storage on both sides of berth
• 2 hanging lockers
• 1 cabinet with shelf
• Access to emergency escape hatch
• 3 opening deck hatches with blinds
• 1 opening port hull curtain
• 1 large one-way fixed window with curtain
• 1 desk with seat
• 1 locker with shelves on outboard side
• 1 locker for washer/dryer (optional)
• 1 high cabinet with 4 doors on inboard side

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDES

•  Mosquito screens
•  Lazy bag with cover
•  Dacron square top Mainsail
•  Aft cockpit cushions
•  2 x 40hp Yanmar Engines
•  Onan Genset 9Kva 110v / 60Hz + cocoon sound shield
•  12v sockets in cabins (4)
•  Extra freshwater tank 87 US Gal, (174gal total).
•  Quiet flush electrical toilets
•  Cruisair A/C 44,000 btu 110V
•  Additional 12v freezer / 29 US Gal.
•  Double berth in salon
•  Fans in cabins & salon
•  VHF Raymarine 55 E with DSC USA
•  Nav Pack Raymarine, (includes C-120w at helm with Caribbean charts, Speed indicator, wind speed & direction indicator, depth indicator, 2 ST-70 displays at helm, Auto pilot ST 6002 at helm, 1 ST-70 display at nav station)
•  Standard charter inventory


 


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