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Old 27-03-2014, 23:16   #1
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Engine Acces

Hello all,
can anyone tell me if the sealed non slip area which is located almost directly above the motors under the rear berths(directly behind the helm station and in the opposite area on the Stb side) are there to facilitate the easy removal of the motors for major repair or replacement.
The other day while chasing a leak I removed the roof panel and found that this panel is totally different in construction to that of the area adjacent and appears constructed for removal.
The rear supporting panel would have to be moved to facilitate this but it would be a fairly simple job. Is this an afterthought by Lagoon for this purpose as to remove the motor any other way would require the motor to be fully stripped down and taken out via the doors, passageway and saloon.
Any and all information appreciated. As a side course the leak was traced to a broken speaker surround above the roof panel.

Greg And Sue
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Old 28-03-2014, 18:22   #2
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Re: Engine Acces

Greg and Sue,

I'm trying to picture this. Which Lagoon model are you referring to?
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Old 28-03-2014, 19:00   #3
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We have a 2004 Lagoon 410 S2. The panels are directly behind the helming station and same location on the opposite side.


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Old 28-03-2014, 22:30   #4
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Hello all,
can anyone tell me if the sealed non slip area which is located almost directly above the motors under the rear berths(directly behind the helm station and in the opposite area on the Stb side) are there to facilitate the easy removal of the motors for major repair or replacement.
The other day while chasing a leak I removed the roof panel and found that this panel is totally different in construction to that of the area adjacent and appears constructed for removal.
The rear supporting panel would have to be moved to facilitate this but it would be a fairly simple job. Is this an afterthought by Lagoon for this purpose as to remove the motor any other way would require the motor to be fully stripped down and taken out via the doors, passageway and saloon.
Any and all information appreciated. As a side course the leak was traced to a broken speaker surround above the roof panel.

Greg And Sue
SV Sunshine

yes.(it is for delivery/removal of engines)
iirc, it is sealed with silicone. pretty easy to reseal yourself if necessary.
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