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BLUE WATER PROVEN VESSEL (has crossed the Atlantic on her own bottom)
In-Mast Roller Furling Main
Upgraded Engine Package – 40 HP Yanmar
Extra large aft cockpit with lots of seating, and dinette
(2) swim platforms aft
Wide side decks and huge fore-deck with trampoline
(4) interior double cabins and 4 heads w/showers
Large Salon with 360-degree panoramic view
The Lagoon 410 is perfect for around the world cruise or just a day cruise with friends and family. The forward helm position makes it possible to enjoy all-weather protection with the full-sized Bimini and dodger.
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US import duty paid - available to all US residents
Length ------------------ 41 ft ------ 12.49 meters
LWL -------------------- 38 ft 3 in ------ 11.66 meters
Beam ------------------ 23 ft 3 in ------ 7.09 meters
Draft ----------------- 3 ft 5 in ------ 1.04 meters
Displacement ------- 16,900 lbs ----- 7655 Kilo
Engines – (2) Yanmar 3 JH4E 40 HJP ( upgraded from 29 hp standard) 5800 hours ea
Tankage: Diesel fuel (2) x 32 gal, (2) x 120 liter
Fresh water (2) x 105 gal (2) x 400 liter
Sleeps 10 in (4) double cabins and (2) single berth cabins (w/access from forward deck)
Heads – (3) Manual – (1) Electric
OWNERS' BERTH (Aft) Starbd side:
AFT GUEST CABIN Port side:
FORWARD GUEST CABIN Port side:
FORWARD GUEST CABIN Starbd side:
(2) additional single cabins – one Port, one Starbd forward of Guest cabins with deck access
The large aft cockpit opens to a spacious Salon. Full of light from her panoramic forward, and side windows.
A comfortable dinette/seating area occupies the forward section of the Salon to Port and is adjoined by a Galley to Starbd that is split – part forward, and part Aft with a walkway between to the cabins on the lower deck. Completing the Salon is the large Nav Station to Port.
There are Port and Starbd stairs leading to (2) private queen-sized berths aft, and (2) private queen-sized berths forward. Each is en=suite with head and shower.
Forward, and accessed from the deck, are (2) additional singe berth cabins. Also, forward is the inviting trampoline and a solid deck connecting the 2 hulls with a large storage locker built in.
The Lagoon 410 features a very spacious main salon with almost 360-degree views out with a wall of windows forward and a large sliding door and window system aft. The sliding panels between the salon and cockpit allow for great connection between the two spaces. This provides a great space for lounging and entertaining. Comfortable salon seating to port wraps around a dining table that comfortably seats 5-6 people. The nav station lies to the port side of the salon seating and features a full suite of electronics and is within ear shot of the helm in the cockpit.
The galley offers the same panoramic views and easy connection to the cockpit as the main salon area. Located to the starboard of the salon settees, the galley offers a dual access Sea Frost refrigeration system, a gimbaled stove, and lots of counter space for food prep. The sliding aft window connects the cockpit dining area with the aft facing sink and countertop area.
The nav station is located to the port side of the salon with an extended settee for comfortable seating. The nav station is just inside the large sliding companionway door for easy communication between the helm. The large cockpit table offers a great space for home or office work.
Solar Panels 675 Watt – (New 8/2017)
Batteries: house – 690 ah total (3) x 230 ah (New 8/2017
Engine start (2) x 120 ah (New 2016)
Inverter – Auto XS 220v
Auto Pilot (New 9/2017)
Radar – Raymarine C120
GPS – Raymarine C120
Depth – Raymarine ST60
Wind – Raymarine ST60
Log/Speed – Raymarine ST60
Iridium GO – satellite comm.
VHF – Raymarine 240
Compass - Plastimo
EPIRB – Accusat
Stereo - pioneer
(2) Yanmar 3 JH4E 40 HJP (upgraded from 29 hp standard) 5800 hours ea.
(2) Yanmar sail drives ( 1 new)
Morse type control Cable steering system
Water maker -EcoSistems 12 volt – 25 Liter/hour (New 8/2017)
Diesel heater – Webasco
Deck Shower (2) one aft and one forward
Windlass with inside remote control (from Salon)
Hot water heater - Quick 40 liter
Bilge pumps-(2) manual – (4) electric - -- (2)automatic an d (2) on switches
The wide decks of the Lagoon 410 make traversing forward very easy. With boarding gates on both the port and starboard side as well as large sugar scoop swim platforms aft, you can easily board the vessel. Inlayed steps in the cabin top lead up to the cabin top deck to the stack pack system and rig. – Single steering station to Port with twin rudders
COCKPIT: The spacious cockpit of the Lagoon 410 stretches across the entire stern of the yacht. With easy walk-in access from the port and starboard aft decks, you enter right into a comfortable outdoor space, perfect for cruising or for entertaining. A spacious dining area to starboard comfortably seats 6. A large sliding glass door opens to the main salon, connecting the two comfortable seating and entertaining spaces.
(1) Electric winch, (3) manual winches
IN-Mast roller Furling for Main
Main Sail– 2 years old
Genoa sail - 3 years old
Spare main and Genoa
I : 45.33 ft
J : 14.08 ft
P : 48.58 ft
E : 18.67 ft Working Sail Area : 759.00 sq. ft
I am always looking for several successful features in a blue water yacht. The most important space is the cockpit and deck because that’s where you plan to spend the most time. The cockpit on this yacht is large, deep, and comfortable with excellent passage in and out, and visibility in all directions, taking full advantage of the boat’s 23ft-3in beam. The sliding door between cockpit and main salon is huge and beautifully connects inside and outside spaces for daily living or entertaining. EVERYTHING you need to handle or manage the boat underway is right at your fingertips or just a step or two away -- critical characteristics for offshore heavy air sailing. Once you leave the cockpit, the decks are HUGE easy to navigate. Even ascending to the cabin top is a breeze with indented steps and the shrouds within easy reach. Awesome cockpit with great seating
You have to step aboard a Lagoon to appreciate how well this model has evolved through her over 250 copies. The interior spaces just make sense. There’s the large main salon with panoramic views in all directions, a spacious and functional galley with all the essentials: ample counter space, good storage, and large fridge and freezer, and a well laid out nav station on the main level just inside the door.
Huge main salon/galley/nav station area. Large vertical windows affording views in all directions
LAGOON 410 HISTORY: The history of Lagoon Catamarans began with a customer’s request for the design of a fast racing multi-hull from naval architects, Marc Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prevost back in 1986. In 1988, the Lagoon 55 was introduced, sparking international demand for fast, comfortable, race-winning multi-hulls. Over the next couple of years, they were winning all the international races. As multi-hull demand exploded, the factory in Nantes, France expanded the line to include the Lagoon 57 and Lagoon 47 increasing the brand's footprint on the cruising and racing world. Soon after the Lagoon 42 and Lagoon 37 were added and well received by the US and Caribbean charter yacht market. Beneteau acquired Jeanneau in 1995 and their two factories teamed up to produce new fast catamarans in earnest. The Lagoon 410 came soon after and over 250 have been built to date, a testament to a very successful design and execution.
10 ft inflatable tender w/17 HP Tohatsu outboard
Conceived to meet the highest standards, the Lagoon 410 is innovative and traditional at the same time. Naval architects Marc Van Peteghen and Vincent Lauriot Prévost have optimized the 410's performance while providing four double cabins and up to four independent bathrooms, ensuring everyone's privacy. The standard model includes four cabins and two large bathrooms. The vast galley and living area, which opens directly to the cockpit through a wide, sliding door, maintains the characteristic Lagoon conviviality with a 360-degree vista. The cockpit, well protected by the roof, is the focal point for exterior activities. The portside directly accesses the sea, while the starboard-side table can seat up to ten people. The placement of the helm station at the roof's rear provides a wider view, and by freeing up the rear cockpit, provides more space. In the front, the transverse net provides a superb, secure location for communing with the sea and the dolphins.