Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Architecte: Van Peteghem & Lauriot Prevost
Forme de la coque: Catamaran
Longeur hors tout: 41 Pied 4 Pouce
Maître bau: 24 Pied 7 Pouce
Longeur de ligne de flottaison: 40 Pied 4 Pouce
Poids à sec: 29503 Livres
Engine Option 1: 1x
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: (92 Gallons)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: (79 Gallons)
- Cockpit useable as outdoor salon, accessible via a stern walkway connecting both transoms
- Hard top bimini with integral lighting
- Self bailing cockpit with teak grate
- Helm station on starboard roof bulkhead including: motor throttle controls, motor control panels, steering compass, room for electronic instrument installation, leather covered steering wheel, double helm seat with cushions, access steps from cockpit with s/s handrail, 3 line storage compartments
- Steering system: cable steering, composite shaft rudders, emergency tiller
- U-shape seating area with generator & technical compartment
- Varnished wooden cockpit table interchangeable with salon coffee table
- 1 Aft cockpit seat locker
- 1 Port cockpit propane locker
- 1 Large storage area under steering station.
- 2 Cockpit storage shelves
Priority has been accorded to comfort when designing the interior of the Lagoon 420. The light oak Alpi woodwork and the laminated wenge floor give a modern and relaxing feel. Access into the saloon from the cockpit through a sliding glass door on the same level. The longitudinal galley opens directly on the cockpit, it is the most convivial and practical area, fully equipped with numerous lockers.
The port hull of the 3 cabin owners? version is in fact a suite:
large bed, sofa, numerous lockers and hanging lockers, washroom with separate shower.
The layouts of the two hulls in the 4 cabin version are symmetrical: there is a central double bed in each cabin, a washroom with separate shower, large hull windows, lockers?
- Backlit 12 V Electrical panel
- LCD display with: voltmeter, amp-meter, water level gauge, diesel level gauge, low level alarm for diesel and water tanks.
- 1 Generator start battery: 12V - 70 Amp
- 2 House batteries: 12V - 140 Amp
- 1 Battery charger 72V/12V 40A for the house batteries
- 220V/110V AC circuit including: shore power inlet and cord, AC electrical panel with voltmeter, 1 AC outlet per cabin, 1 AC outlet in galley, 1 AC outlet in salon
- Electric motor system including: 2 sets of 6 lead acid batteries 205A - Charger/Inverter 220/72V or 110/72V - 2 controllers
- Galley in salon communicating directly with cockpit via a sliding glass bay window
- Standing headroom: 2 m / 6? 7?
- 12V halogen overhead lights
- White laminate countertop with wooden fiddles
- 3 burner stove
- Separate oven with grill
- 2 drawers
- Cupboard under sink with trash can behind door
- Storage under central seating area
- Overhead cupboards
- Additional storage areas designed for (optional) additional fridge or freezer, a dishwasher and microwave oven
- 1x12V fridge 135 L / 30 gal
- Engine access under aft cabin beds
- 2 x 72V, 10 KW electric drive motors, straight shaft.
- Motor shut off at helm station
- Double motor throttle control at helm station
- Motor compartment sound insulation
- Motor compartment air intake on aft crossbeam
- 12V Air exhaust fans
- Access to shaft seal
A new look, a longitudinal beam that can include a small bowsprit and the mooring gear, a rigid bimini, a tall rig, a gullwing shaped bridgedeck and an overlapping genoa. The deck is uncluttered so moving around is easy: wide sidedecks, flush deck hatches, plenty of lockers. The aft passerelle allows passage from one transom to the other without going back up in the cockpit.
There are many ways to enjoy life on board the Lagoon 420: the cockpit with its large benchseats and a table is protected from the sun and the bad weather by a rigid bimini top with optional sides and back panels, the twin seats helm station was designed for sailing with a reduced crew. all the control lines can be handled by one person from the helm station, freeing the other living spaces for the guests. The foredeck is exclusively dedicated to relaxation.
- Polyester and vinylester FRP construction
- Foam core composite hulls - white gel coat
- Solid glass FRP under waterline
- Balsa core composite deck and bridge deck
- Solid or felt core composite interior FRP hull & roof liners
- FRP reinforced marine ply bulkheads; tabbed or glued to hull
Standing and Running Rigging
- 16,93 m / 55? 7? ft anodized aluminum deck-stepped mast with mainsail luff cars
- Single spreaders
- 1 Anodized aluminum boom
- 2 Shroud deck chainplates
- 1 Forestay chainplate on composite central rostrum
- 1 Double purchase main halyard
- 1 Genoa halyard
- 1 Double purchase mainsheet led back to helm station, mainsheet traveler and car on hard top bimini.
- 2 Genoa sheets
- 2 Genoa sheet tracks
- 3 Winches at helm station:
- 1 Winch 46.2ST for: - Port mainsheet traveler line - Starboard mainsheet traveler line - Port genoa sheet
- 1 Electric Winch 44.2STE for: - Main halyard - Genoa halyard - Optional spinnaker halyard - Boom topping lift
- 1 Winch 46.2ST for - Main sheet - Reef 1 (automatic) - Reef 2 (automatic) - Reef 3 (conventional) - Starboard genoa sheet - Genoa furling line
- 3 reefing lines (2 automatic and 1 conventional)
- Line jammers
- 1 Fixed mainsail clew padeye
- 1 Genoa furler line
- 2 Adjustable lazy jacks
- 2 Winch handles with holder
- 1 Full batten large roach mainsail, 62 m2 / 667 sq ft.
- 1 Furling genoa with UV protective band, 35 m2 / 377 sq ft