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Old 11-12-2012, 07:39   #91
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Did you notice where the generator is supposed to be installed? Was the access to the engine as tight as it looked?
Hello Steve: the generator have to fit affront in the right box near the trampoline, next to the water thank. It may be a problem as this place is a very wet place !
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:34   #92
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Did you by chance see a spec sheet to see what options are on this boat?
No there aren't any specification sheets yet !!!! I have ask them to the resellers on the exhibition stand but they say it is not ready yet ! Strange that lagoon did not produce them for the show. But one of the resellers I'm in relation with will send it to me as soon as it is available, and I will forward it to you !
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Old 11-12-2012, 13:42   #93
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Please give us Polarogram,
She is looking better and better the more i look at it.
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Old 11-12-2012, 13:43   #94
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Really?
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Really?
Yes. she has a lot of space/rom cabinets for a 39.
i like it.
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Old 11-12-2012, 13:56   #96
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Really need to see how the whole package behaves, in the real world things improve but to be honest i think they hit there mark with the older boats, love the 380,470 and 440 personally. I really dislike the vertical back steps which are not swimming, diving or family orientated at all.

There is a FP Lipari in the marina and a 450 Lagoon, i compare these boat's to ours as i walk from the shop and they are very close by, They are so high wooded it's crazy our 440 when compared looks like a greyhound OTHER than our higher boom. Being honest!

That extra volume becomes a real hinderance when sailing, docking and at anchor. Yes these boats look glitzy but glitz don't cut it sailing, bring on polars, let's see how the foretriangle and high aspect main compares.

Only my opinion....
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Old 11-12-2012, 15:52   #97
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jo theres an options list earlier in this thread, would be interested to see how it prices out when alll the neccesry bits are added.
comparing it to our 380 from the pics I think its pro's and cons weigh out. the saloon seems less practical in some ways and more in others. I like the additional overhead cupboards but dont like the rear view restrictions they create. I prefer the nav station and instruments away from the lounge but like the additional bench space.
yes frank rear steps deffinately not dog friendly
I like the flush sidedecks and flush hatches but would be concerned about the water that sits around them in the well created.
I like the walkthrough cockpit arrangement and the traveller on the bimini, keeps it less cluttered
the engine meters wouldnt bother me, its just a glance down to check revs anyway,
I prefer the 380's sliding hatch cover over the helm, its really handy
I dont think there is much clothing space in the cabin, it seems to have been sacrificed for the setee and bookshelf setup and there are no cupboards directly in the berth area
I like the look of it in general.
Will be interesting to see how she sails of course but I think for my money I would go for a 380 or if I wanted a bit more space, up to the 400.
It will be interesting to see how these aft mast cats sail and what other new ones Lagoon brings into the range.
Back down in sunny Torquay now Frank, hows the weather there now?
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Monte, I know there is a price and options list. I was asking if there was an options list on this Paris show boat so we could see what options it had.
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oh ok mate, it appears to be the top cruising version with a few owner add ons as well
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...I like the flush sidedecks and flush hatches but would be concerned about the water that sits around them in the well created....
The side decks are ever so slightly angled to the sides and the hatch wells have channels that drain the water away. Just like in the L450.
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Monte, I know there is a price and options list. I was asking if there was an options list on this Paris show boat so we could see what options it had.
Hello Jostalli : The price list is also the option list. Lagoon do not have any other option list on any of the model, the list here :

http://www.kiriacoulis.com/sales/Lagoon39_price.pdf

... is all ! nothing else will ever be available, except the specification list, so you know wath the 39 is coming with.
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Hello Jostalli : The price list is also the option list. Lagoon do not have any other option list on any of the model, the list here :

http://www.kiriacoulis.com/sales/Lagoon39_price.pdf

... is all ! nothing else will ever be available, except the specification list, so you know wath the 39 is coming with.
Magenta, I know about the price list with options. I have gone through it many times so far. What I want to know is which options the Paris show boat has.
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Old 11-12-2012, 17:21   #103
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Here are the last pict I have from Paris, they where on my phone...
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Thanks for the photos.

Does anyone know if the Lagoon 52 was also at the show? Did anyone take photos of it?
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Thanks for the photos.

Does anyone know if the Lagoon 52 was also at the show? Did anyone take photos of it?
Hello Hammer : no not at the boat show, Paris is inland so bringing Cat there is not so easy ! (look at the pict !)
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