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Old 01-04-2012, 15:59   #91
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Re: Lagoon 380 vs Leopard 38

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I heard they found out what shampoo the captain used that got eaten by the 100 foot Great White.., They found his head 'n shoulders on the beach! But seriously guy, a 100 foot Great White. Where are my boots, it's getting thick here. Lagoon's are Awesome!
And that was the baby. You should have seen the parents!
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Old 05-04-2012, 08:49   #92
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Re: Lagoon 380 vs Leopard 38

We have hull # 637, and hull # 655 will be sailing of in may this year, still going strong.
how many Leopards 38 or 39 or 40 is made. ?
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Re: Lagoon 380 vs Leopard 38

When we were looking we saw one with shafts........
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....because they keep evolving. Production numbers / statistics can be misleading.
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Re: Lagoon 380 vs Leopard 38

Hi Jim,
Totally agree with the sail drive issue. Give me a shaft, prop and inside engine any day. Engines under the bunk is far more protected and easier to maintain. We just moved two Seawind 1250,s, one engine under a very well insulated and vented aft berth and other behind shower (but with saildrives). Another great addition was the blue underwater lights in the stern. I have always scoffed at these lights but alas, they are a great asset when owner was required to take a frequent dip in Asian waters to remove fishing lines/nets from the sail drives. My ideal boat would have a shaft and a small rudder skeg with a wire rope from the keel to the skeg to deflect the debris. The older Leopards with shafts are great (noisy) but the newer models are a far better sailing boat.
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