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Old 04-11-2012, 01:00   #16
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Re: Lagoon 39

it did say it will be at the
Nautic - Salon Nautique International de Paris - 7 to 16 December 2012 - The annual gathering of the world of boating and water sports
7-16 dec,
so its not far of.

to me it looks like more speed, to new Lagoon line.
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:15   #17
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Hi John,
Are you trading the Mahe in for the 39?

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Are you trading the Mahe in for the 39?

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Hey Gordon, I have my Mahe for sale, but for now, only working on my wish list. My friend of 15 years, however, is working on making sure that my next boat will be a Lagoon, so it appears I have been getting intel on new launches.
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And i dont like that the aft beds is like they are, then you have to climb over each other. i like the beds in 380 better.
I agree, however it looks like the owners bed is Square, and if that's the case you would have the option to use it either fore and aft or side to side as shown. I wonder if its a king? Your guest would just have to deal with it.

After looking carefully at the layout, it would seem the support pillar for the mast would end up on or near the corner of the kitchen (galley) counter.

If moving the mast aft helps performance and reduces hobby horsing then I am all for it. I am very interested to see how performance compares to the 380 and 400. The main being smaller is a good thing, It is hard to believe they are taking such a different approach unless it would provide some significant advantages.

They are not the only Cat designers to take this approach. FreeFlow has an interesting design and their take on it is here,
FreeFlow Catamarans
you will need to go to the 66 - design briefs - rig and sails, to see what they say about moving the mast aft.

I am glad to see some different approaches. I will let others try it first and if it does not work out in reality then I have lost nothing. Either way it will be very interesting to see.
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Old 08-11-2012, 11:05   #20
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Re: Lagoon 39

I received this this morning from my local Lagoon dealer. In searching for more details this thread came up so I thought I would share.

-Hello Robert

Thank you for your interest in our Fine Line of Lagoon Catamarans. I have attached information on the L380 and L400 as per your request. Just to let you know, Lagoon is coming out with the new L39. She will be unveiled at the boat show">Miami Boat Show in February. I will have pricing on that model at the show. If you want to get a feel for a cat we have a L450 at our marina in Port Credit. If interested in a tour please do not hesitate contacting me anytime.

http://www.cata-lagoon.com/site_agen...st_dollars.pdf

http://www.cata-lagoon.com/site_agen...st_dollars.pdf

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I agree, however it looks like the owners bed is Square, and if that's the case you would have the option to use it either fore and aft or side to side as shown. I wonder if its a king? Your guest would just have to deal with it.
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Just make it up however you want it.
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It will apparently be available in a 2 cabin version with a mirror owners cabin in each Hull.

Please note that the drawing is not from Lagoon, but my version of what it will look like.
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Re: Lagoon 39

Hi all,

Some more details :
length = 11.74 m
beam = 6.79 m
draft = 1.22 m

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It will apparently be available in a 2 cabin version with a mirror owners cabin in each Hull.

Please note that the drawing is not from Lagoon, but my version of what it will look like.
I like yours with the beds this way.
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Old 18-11-2012, 21:49   #25
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Re: Lagoon 39

No sneak peeks of the Lagoon 39? Will we really have to wait for the Paris show? My dealer seems totally in the dark about this model and only sent me the two drawings that have been posted.
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Re: Lagoon 39

Lagoon has the 39 up on its website

LAGOON Catamaran - construction, vente et location - constructeur catamaran de luxe, bateau de plaisance et de croisère

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Re: Lagoon 39

Why would Lagoon stick a model 39 in between there best sellers 380 and 400?

Will they just kill off the 380 or 400 next year?

The Lagoon 52 made since but the Lagoon 39 does not.

When sailing close hauled the main does most of the work and as you pinch up the gib stalls leaving just the main doing all the work. With this new small main design on the 39 & 52 you will not be able to pinch up in a close hauled sailing course and the small main will slow you down.
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Re: Lagoon 39

Did anyone notice the length at the waterline? It's longer than the 400.
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Old 20-11-2012, 17:33   #29
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Re: Lagoon 39

Lagoon is leaving something out of there marketing blits.
Which model has to go?

The three boats Over All Length (OAL) are only inches apart.
Lagoon 380______________Lagoon 39___________________Lagoon 400
37'-11"_________+7"_________38'-6"__________+9"___________39'-3"
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Lagoon is leaving something out of there marketing blits.
Which model has to go?

The three boats Over All Length (OAL) are only inches apart.
Lagoon 380______________Lagoon 39___________________Lagoon 400
37'-11"_________+7"_________38'-6"__________+9"___________39'-3"
I was quite surprised the first time I noticed that a lot of cats are nowhere near their stated length in feet. 39' 3" is a 39, not a 40.

They say that a boat under 40' will not ride well at sea, and Lagoon's 40' boats are ALL under 40'.

The 380 is far less expensive, yet is barely more than 1 ft shorter than the 400

I saw this the other day, but don't remember what I was looking at - Lagoons or Leopards - probably the Leopards!
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