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Old 21-05-2015, 16:38   #61
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Re: 6,000M Lagoon 400 S2 review

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Done, good old sand paper and teak oil.Attachment 102503
Very nice!

Is that a gloss oil...or just still wet? What sort/brand of oil?
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I always figured teak oil was expensive linseed oil?
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Glossy and dry.Click image for larger version

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4 coats of the Minwax.


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Did you notice my offshore clothes pegs.
Very sturdy, you won't loose your towels or wet suit with these babies holding on.


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Old 21-05-2015, 18:06   #66
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Re: 6,000M Lagoon 400 S2 review

@Tobbe
Are you buying from the Swedish Lagoon rep, Navigare?
You can have some input from me if you want. We bought our L400 S2 in September for delivery before Easter, which did not happen ...

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My boat is in Canada, I purchased her here and the boat was in stock, no wait and had most of the options I needed.
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Pop looks pretty good for 90.
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Re: 6,000M Lagoon 400 S2 review

Regarding delivery, ex factory pickups lagoon are very good, in fact the purchase contract has late delivery fees to be paid to the buyer at around 500/day. Once in the system orders are processed very well as they have by now figured out best production methods and schedules. Late delivery is usually the fault of the broker, shipping company, delivery crew or weather in no particular order..
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Re: 6,000M Lagoon 400 S2 review

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90 years old? Looking good, as does the steak. What sort of seat is the blue one in the corner?
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Here's one
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Booze locker?
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The door is fixed in the closed position.
The other doors hinge from the top and this space has a arch on the top that would prevent any top hinge.
A bottom hinge would work if I could get the door off. There is no access to the space.
It would be a handy extra space to have.
Right now just some dead air.


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The panel is held in place with some clips, it will just clip out easy enough. Hinges can be added.slip a knife in the edge to pry it open
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