With many improvements made by Lagoon to the 2006 model you will find this boat fun to sail, with increased comfort and maneuverability. All the primary lines, including the main halyard and reefing lines, have been run back to the cockpit making sailing easy.
The main salon is huge, with lots of windows making it feel light and airy. You will enjoy looking out and appreciating the beautiful islands as you cruise along.
There are four good size double cabins and four heads. All cabins have good ventilation and fans.
The L shaped galley features an oven, stove, two fridges and all the utensils/ dishes for even the most discerning chef.
In the comfortable saloon there is enough space for everyone to enjoy meals, play games or just relax. It features a large chart table with a comprehensive navigation station.
Relax in the cockpit area under the shade of the bimini, where there is a good sized table with plenty of seating for all the crew to socialise, have meals or relax. The helm station is raised off to the port side, creating plenty of space.
There is a spacious trampoline to enjoy the sun during the day and then marvel at the night sky in the evenings.
The swim platform has a boarding ladder with an external shower.
|No. Double Berths:||4|
|No. Single Berths:||0|
|Max Total Berth:||8|
|Engine:||2 x 40HP|
|Fuel Capacity:||52 Gallons|
|Water Capacity:||188 Gallons|
I'd like to write a few comments about my recent charter. We're the Dartmouth group for whom Gerry Hills arranged bookings. We sailed May 6th. I captained a catamaran (Varekai/41-ft.) for the first time recently on a Conch charter. The experience was different from a monohull, but it was greatly facilitated by thorough and patient briefings in the Conch office and onboard. Everyone in our party enjoyed the comfort and ease of operation of the boat. A temporary glitch caused by failed batteries was immediately and efficiently eliminated. All at Conch were always responsive and helpful with any matters or questions that arose. Communication was easy, sailing was smooth, the environment of the BVI was intoxicating, and no one wanted the charter to end. The Conch choice is a no-brainer. We'll be back.Jack hopke Sunday, 14th June 2015