2009 Lagoon 420
BVISize: 41.4 ft. (12.6 m.)
|$5,200||per week||Off Season: 10th July - 5th November.|
|$6,100||per week||Low Season: 1st May - 9th July and 6th Nov - 15th Dec.|
|$6,900||per week||Mid Season: 2nd Jan - 31st Jan and 1st April - 30th April.|
|$7,900||per week||High Season: 16th Dec - 1st Jan and 1st Feb - 31st March.|
The 4 cabin and 4 head version Lagoon 420 is designed for comfort and luxury whilst cruising. Sailing is supposed to be fun and certainly the Lagoon 420 fulfills that requirement. It also adds a high degree of comfort, convenience and stability that will please both veteran sailors and newcomers.
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…
The deck is uncluttered so moving around is easy: wide sidedecks, flush deck hatches, large foredeck, plenty of lockers. The sheets and control lines have all been arranged to work on two winches—one of them electric—and through a brace of line stoppers conveniently positioned next to the helm. The helm is raised to starboard so the port jib sheet has been routed across the cabin top, through two fixed deck blocks and then through the line stopper to the winch. This is an ingenious system that allows a single watch stander to handle all lines and sheets right from the helm.
The galley faces aft and joins the saloon with the cockpit. There is plenty of counter space, a three burner stove and oven, double sinks and a useful, front loading fridge-freezer. Overhead cabinets and below counter cabinets provide ample storage. The chart table and navigation station face forward next to the dinette. This is a good arrangement. If you want to stand watch below decks while the autopilot steers, you can still see in a 360-degree circle.
There are many ways to enjoy life on board the Lagoon 420: the cockpit with its large bench seats and table, is protected from the sun and bad weather by a rigid bimini top; the foredeck is ideal for relaxing.
Features & Equipment:
- Salon Table Converts
- Classic Main with Stackpack and Lazy Jacks & Furling Genoa
- Electric Winch for Main & Electric Windlass
- Chartplotter, GPS & Autopilot
- Solar Panel & Dinghy Davits
- Hard Top Bimini
- Charcoal BBQ
- Chart & Cruising Guide
- 10 ft. Dinghy & 9.8hp Outboard
- Safety Gear
- VHF Radio & Cell phone
- AM/FM/CD stereo & cockpit speakers