This Lagoon 46′ has 4 double cabins with queen-sized beds, each with its own en-suite bathroom with a separate shower stall and electric head. All cabins are the same size and have their own A/C units.
The saloon is a spacious and comfortable zone, perfect for a cosy evening with eating and drinking around the salon table. To port and forward is an angled nav desk with a B&G Multi-Function Display (MFD), fixed-mount VHF radio and autopilot controls; perfect for standing watch or serving as a drinks table. The galley is well-equipped with an oven/grill, 3 burner stove and twin isotherm refrigeration drawers and an under-counter fridge. The saloon has its own air-conditioning unit. The air-conditioning on the Lagoon 46 can be powered by the onboard generator or onshore power.
The low transom steps make for easy boarding and disembarking, and lead you naturally to the open, spacious cockpit area. The cockpit table to port folds in for a quick family breakfast or opens up to seat up to 8 for dinner. To starboard is the outdoor galley, fully equipped with a fridge, cutouts to hold bottles and a large countertop for food and cocktail prep. The foredeck includes a lounge with a settee behind the windlass cover, which does double duty as a cocktail table.
With its double access, the Flybridge on the Lagoon 46 will be ideal for both manoeuvring and relaxing. The centred helm station with a bench seat offers protection and visibility. The angled dash is comprehensive, with an angled MFD, wind instruments, autopilot, remote windlass control and light switches. Behind the bench seat is a triple-wide sun pad with movable backrests where companions can relax with a book, nap or help watch for dolphins!
A recessed, electric Harken winch manages the continuous main traveller, leaving you with no excuse not to have a well-trimmed sail. The jib is on a self-tacking track, making single-handing this big boat that much easier.
This yacht has a 110V watermaker built-in for your convinience.
Step on board and sail away in style!
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First Aid Kit
Cutlery, Crockery & Glasses
Propane Stove & Oven
Selection of Basic Cooking Utensils
Selection of Basic Servingbowls & Utensils
Virgin Islands Navigation Charts
Virgin Islands Cruising Guide
Samsung Galaxy Tablet
Lined Waste Paper Basket
Dish Washing Cloth
Bottle of Conch Superior Rum and Water
Bags of Ice
Box of Matches
Dinghy & Outboard
Strop & Lock
Anchor, Oars & Pump
5 Gallon Fuel Tank
Dust Pan & Brushes
Deck Brush & Bucket
Full Batten Main Sail
Self - Tacking
Halyard Winch, Electric
Pillow & Pillow Case