LAGOON 40 CATAMARAN   Hull No: 151

The new Lagoon 40 features many new innovations over its predecessors. The new 40 features the latest styling with  more a angular transom, longer rectangular hull ports to allow abundant light below and a coachroof that flows into an upward-angled composite hardtop, which gives the boat a modern, flowing look.

The wraparound windows give great visibility and light for the main living quarters. Extra attention was paid to keeping the weight low, with vacuum-infusion construction and balsa coring in the deck and the hull above the waterline. To add to the ease of sailing, the mast is positioned well aft to make the main smaller and easier to handle for shorthanded crews.

The deck deck changes make boarding much easier with two shallow steps that lead up from the swim platforms to the cockpit. With the addition of a  transom seat in the cockpit and positioning the dining table to port, there is a more open flow to the cockpit.  The helm is located to starboard with a set of steps. It’s a nicely integrated station where the driver can be a part of the conversation in the cockpit even while standing watch. Visibility is good aft and you’re protected by a hardtop.