The chance to own the new Lagoon 40 ready for the 2019 season. This beautiful new design is already proving popular and with build slots filling up fast, this is a rare opportunity to own the latest in the Lagoon range. With an elevated helm, this fabulous vessel features a new open plan cockpit like that found on the popular Lagoon 42. Performance is enhanced with a tall rig and lighter subcomponents and the interior boasts generous sized cabins with semi-island beds. A self-tacking jib, shorter boom and optimised weight distribution makes manoeuvring simple, even when shorthanded. Please contact Ancasta for further information on +44 (0)1326 211 007.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 40 ft 0 in
Beam: 22 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 5 in
ELECTRICAL Inverter 12 / 220V 2000W Flexible solar panels on roof, 3 X 115W Shore power circuit and 40A battery charger Gel batteries in lieu of standard 2 additional service batteries, 140AH
TANKAGE 300L Water Tank Additional fresh water tank 300L
Designed and built by Lagoon Catamarans Exterior Styling by Patrick Le Quément Interior Styling by Nauta Design
CONSTRUCTION High quality anti-osmotic resin with glass fibre woven cloth laminates Hull and deck laminated by infusion White gel coat Balsa core hull, bridgedeck and deck Special attention has been paid to weight-saving construction methods in non-structural areas to enhance sailing performance
The 40 interior is based on her predecessor, the Lagoon 39, but with some key refinements. As we have come to expect from Lagoon the saloon and cabins employ plenty of timber to provide a really cosy feeling on board. The cabins are exceptionally spacious and well laid out. Headroom has been increased and careful use of LED mood lighting further improves the ambience on board. The saloon / galley features a large front-opening fridge, an optional top-loading fridge or freezer and a sliding navigator’s seat to provide extra seating around the dining table. A classic Lagoon feature, the galley faces aft to the cockpit for practical and social living.
3 Cabin 2 head owners Layout Comfort Equipment configuration Special upholstery in Marble (saloon and settees)
NAVIGATION B&G AIS transceiver with antenna coupling (only with plotter and VHF) B&G Zeus 12" plotter at helm with Europe, USA or ROW card B&G 4G radar (only with plotter) B&G V50 VHF
GENERAL Davits Large teak cockpit table with cover Side boarding ladder Teak on cockpit floor Bimini over helm station in Graphite, with windscreen, on stainless frame Aft cockpit cushions in Dark Grey USB sockets in cabins (4) Under bed spring slats for 3 cabin version 12V fans in cabins and saloon Flag halyards on spreaders Stainless steel davits Pulpits with wooden seats Electrical system monitor with colour display Cabin mirrors Electric sea water pump in galley Upholstered helm seat Storage bag in cockpit Deck light Fusion USB music player with 2 saloon speakers Aft portholes in aft cabins with curtains Galley porthole Indiect lighting in cabins and saloon Electric winch at helm to starboard Fresh water dock inlet Fabric bed valance Leather and stainless steel storage at bed head Fabric bed head Leather finish in bookshelf Storage case in forward cabins Corian finish in showers
SAFTEY Fire blanket (1.1m x 1.1m) Fire extinguisher 1Kg dry powder Gas foghorn & canister set Offshore First Aid kit Ocean Safety coastal flare pack Throwing line & holder KRU Sport Pro ADV lifejacket, Carbon/Sky. Auto with harness, hood & light Safety line 2 hook locking Jonbuoy inflatable danbuoy c/w light Jonbuoy rescue sling Softwood bungs pack Ocean ISO9650 raft 6M C Lifebuoy & holder c/w Apollo light, lifebuoy drogue & pocket, reflective tape & whistle for MCA (white)
The sail area has been significantly increased in comparison with her predecessor, the 39, which in conjunction with some significant weight savings results in a much improved sailing performance in the lighter airs.
Situatating the mast at the centre of gravity of the boat reduces the pitching effect while creating enough space for a self-tacking genoa, so upwind sailing could not be easier.
The increased mast height of the 40 creates an impressive sail area to displacement ration of 4.17, similar to the Lagoon 42. Despite this the boom remains manageably short, which means it's easy to reef and to control in a gybe.
Dacron Square Top Mainsail Self tacking Jib Code 0 sail in black Mylar with king rope Code 0 rig and pole Lazy bag in Graphite