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Old 18-10-2007, 11:28   #16
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Maybe, can't open your link! She was at Multihull world when we dropped off the cat we were selling.
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Old 18-10-2007, 11:35   #17
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Not sure why the link doesn't work, but I have pasted the details below.


Lagoon 42 Catamaran for sale
Year: 1994 - Length: 42 (ft)
Location: Eastbourne, UK
Price: 125000 GBP


Accommodation
Saloon (up)
Galley (down)
3 Double cabins
Workshop (with single berth)
2 Heads

Equipment
Galley Engine Driven Fridge/Freezer
12 v Fridge
Watermaker:12v/25 litres per hr @ 16 amps
Pressurised water with Heat exchanger/mains heater
3 ring Gas stove and oven
Electrical: Deep Cycle Batteries - 950 Amp Hrs total @ 12 v
Solar Panels (3) - 185 watts total
Wind Generator
240 v AC Electrical System
Mains Battery Charger (50 Amp)
Full Battery Monitoring
Fans (12v) in all accommodation areas

Electronics
Integrated/Interfaced PC
Full Worldwide Vector electronic charts
Weatherfax
PC entertainment system (DVD and TV)
GPS
Radar
Autopilot (2)
Wind, Depth (forward looking) Speed
CD / FM/AM Player

Communications
Single SideBand-Marine and Ham
VHF Radio
Inmarsat C system
Inmarsat Mini-M Satellite Phone with email

Deck Features
External Full cockpit with seating and Table
Dodger/ Spray-screen, shade screens and Bimini
Stainless Boom cradle / Bimini support
Shower and Swim ladder
Dingy Davits supporting Antennae and solar panels
Dingy ? Caribe 2.9m RIB with Honda 15HP 4stroke

Safety Equipment
8 Person Zodiac Liferaft
406 MHz Epirb
Electrical Bilge pumps (2 per hull)
Manual Bilge Pumps (2 per hull)
Man Overboard Pole, Life-ring and light
Lifesling
Flares
Stainless Grab bars internal and external
Parachute Sea Anchor
Drogue
Gas Leakage Detector
Burglar Alarm

Anchoring
Lofrans Electrical Windlass
Bruce 33 kg + 60 m Hi Test 5/16 chain
CQR 16 kg + 10m 3/8? chain + 30 m of 1? rode
Fortress FX 35 + 120 m of 5?8? rode

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Old 18-10-2007, 11:57   #18
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Yep. That list looks very different already - seems a long time ago, lots of jobs done already this season! How's your search going?
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Old 18-10-2007, 12:22   #19
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That would explain why I did not get any replies to my emails to the seller.

I am hoping to come down on Saturday to have sail on Derek's 410 as ideally I would like a 410, but I put this post on as I was curious about the 42 and her performance compared with the 410, as I would like a cat with the internal volume of a 410, but I would also like to be able to hit double figures (with a bit of tweaking of course) using a gennaker, folding props etc in about 15 - 20 knts of wind (apparent).
I did my Day Skipper and Coast Skipper (practical) on a Prout 38 at the UKSA, a heavy and not well designed (in my opinion - but OK) boat, the young Canadian examiner/assessor managed to get it going at 11 knots (using a code zero) in about 16 knots apparent so if that can do it, what can a Lagoon 410 or 42 do being lighter, bigger sail area and a larger main do, this is what I would like to find out before I make my final descision.
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Old 19-10-2007, 03:39   #20
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Indeed - seems to take sellers ages to pull boat details from websites, we went down quite a few dead end roads!

When I have time I'll do a proper polar plot of the 42 as I never found one. Side on the 410 and 42 share a very similar profile below the deck line. I'd say the 410 hulls are wider and superstructure windage compared to the 42 is higher (vertical windows etc). That shouldn't hurt you much off the wind though. I think the 42 appears more geared to sailing and you can see the heritage of the 47 and 57. The 410 and newer 420 show a progression towads space and comfort. The 420 markedly so (too much for me!).

If performance is your thing don't forget the Prout 38, Lagoon 42/410 are primarily safe and easy to use cruisers with the compromises that go along with that - none have particularly large sail areas or slender super efficient hulls. But, they're very capable platforms. I'd expect the Lagoons to easily match the Prout performance.

The Lagoons might have larger mains but mainly as a function of the rig layout compared to the Prout (big headsail instead).

Are you down for the whole weekend? Our 42 is stil afloat but should lifted out by next week.
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Old 19-10-2007, 05:41   #21
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Hi Jstone, I am probably only down for the Saturday, yet to be confirmed, is your 42 on a mooring or in a marina?.
I actually think the 42 or 410 would be a better performer that the Prout.
Yes, I would like a bit of performance but I don't want to go too light and lack a nice comfotable boat, but realise you cant have both unless you have a lot of money and get a one off designed, it would also have to be bigger than 40ft, which I don't really want to go much bigger.
I like the new Outremer 42 but it is very spartan inside but gives the extra performance, but I would forgo the extra performance it offers for more comfort.
Hopefully this explains what I am looking for.
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Old 19-11-2007, 14:40   #22
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hi

hi new user looking for cat info
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Old 19-11-2007, 15:48   #23
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Hi Hi,What info you after.
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Old 01-01-2008, 15:02   #24
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This looks like the best charter boat for us waters.
The TPI 42 with 4 queens
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Old 01-01-2008, 15:07   #25
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Hi this is Tom in Indy.
Is your boat built in u s a?
Boat must be built in u s a, if you want to charter in the u s a.
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Old 09-01-2008, 13:35   #26
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We live on a Lagoon 42 TPI

I ran into this thread while doing a Google search. I bought a Lagoon 42 TPI in April 2007 and have been living on it since. It was bought specifically for a one year vacation cruising in the Caribbean. During that time I've learned a lot about the boat, it's strenghts, weaknesses and how it compares to some of the other cats in its range. If you have any specific questions please feel free to ask. Since I'm new to this forum, until I get the feel of it, it's probably best to drop me an e-mail at bradly.hunter@yahoo.com (so I know to respond). Our cruising blog (not up to date) is at Caribbean Escape. Specific info about the boat is at lagoon42.com.

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Old 22-02-2008, 13:46   #27
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Hi, does anyone have the Sail/rig (I,J,P,E) measurements for a lagoon 42? I cannot find them anywhere online!

Many thanks
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Sorry cannot help with I J P E, but:
Mainsail Area:
694 square feet
Genoa Area: 264 sf
Spinnaker Area: 1400 sf
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Old 22-02-2008, 14:13   #29
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Thanks, but....

I can find those, what I need are the rig dimensions so I can some idea of the cost of having a code 0 built!

Anyone??

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Hi, does anyone have the Sail/rig (I,J,P,E) measurements for a lagoon 42? I cannot find them anywhere online!
Got this from a sail maker a while back; confirmed by my physical measurements:

I= 48.1
J= 13.65
P= 49.725
E= 18.85

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