2010 Lagoon 400

A$  498,496
North Island, New Zealand
Interested in this boat? Tel: +64 9 524 8444
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Engine/Fuel Type:
Twin / diesel
Located In:
North Island, New Zealand
Hull Material:
Current Price:
NZ$  545,000 (A$  498,496) 

The Lagoon 400's interior is loaded with thoughtful details to enhance living in surroundings that are quite bright and open, thanks to the whitewash-finished panels and beech joinery, large ports, and wide soles in the hulls.

From stem to stern, the new Lagoon is about ease of use. Up front, large lockers flank a windlass and channel that directs chain to an anchor set to deploy on the bow. And once the boat’s anchored, a dinghy can slide up from aft, nest between the hulls, and disembark passengers on transoms that are cutaway inboard and provided with a sturdy handhold. When boarding from the dock, passengers can use the step set into each hulls’ exterior.

The basic structure of the Lagoon 400 includes solid laminate under the water and balsa core above, including in the decks. The hulls and decks are infused with polyester, and the builder applies vinylester resin to hulls as an osmotic barrier.  With engines well aft, the aft double berths are set lower in the hulls, and cutouts allow the crew to crawl into bunks from the sides.

Still, the Lagoon 400 is very much a sailboat, even in a single-digit breeze. Twin hulls and a reasonably large sail plan help drive the boat. Under power, the 400 easily cruises at 7 knots, with her upgraded 40-horsepower Yanmar diesels (30-horsepower engines are standard) running at only 2,200 rpm. As you’d expect, the twin diesels, set nearly 24 feet apart, back the boat up and twirl it around magically.

Under sail, the 400 also tacks well. The small jib is a cinch to handle, with the Parasail Spinnaker in inventory, one gains a simple and minimal sail plan that’s very easy to power up or down. FAIT ACCOMPLI  performs best when sailed fully powered and backed off a few degrees from a closehauled heading.

Adding to the power equation is the use of a square-headed mainsail to boost sail area. FAIT ACCOMPLI’s optional main provides 651 square feet; the standard full-battened mainsail measures in at 603 square feet. Lagoon has rigged an inventive line system that automatically tensions the upper luff to the spar as it rises. As the sail is lowered, the line loosens so the sail top simply drops into its bag.

** Please note interior photos are manufacturer supplied**

Jason Dicks (JD) +64 22 677 2446 jasond@orakeimarine.co.nz

Stephen Baillie +64 21 481 500 Stephen@orakeimarine.co.nz

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