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Old 09-08-2018, 06:22   #16
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Re: Lagoon Models with Dry Heads

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Hey gents (and ladies),
I really love the Lagoon salon layouts with the vertical windows. It adds so much room, dimension and visibility. What I am NOT in love with is the wet heads. Don't get me wrong, I can imagine some rare unmentionable occasions where it may be advantageous to be sitting on the toilet while having a shower but if I had my druthers, I'd prefer to keep the toilet dry and keep the water in the shower area.

I noticed on the Lagoon 450 (and up), they do a swell job segregating the toilet area from the shower area where the sink faucet doesn't double as a shower head. Is that a practice only done on the larger (450+) models or did they start separating the wet/dry(ish) areas after a given year even on the smaller models?

Thank you very much for any info.
Tim
For a smaller example look at the 380 and 400 owners versions, i think there was also a 4 cabin/ 2 head version of the 400 that had separate shower cubicles.
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Old 09-08-2018, 07:12   #17
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Re: Lagoon Models with Dry Heads

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Hey gents (and ladies),
Is that a practice only done on the larger (450+) models or did they start separating the wet/dry(ish) areas after a given year even on the smaller models?
At a certain size, maybe 45 to 48' typically yeah, I think most of the heads are "dry". Except for the sometimes forepeak combination crew cabin/head generally.

But it really depends on the layout for an individual model. Even in the 380, the owner's version has a dry head for the owner, and a wet head in the guest hull. The new Lagoon 40 has 3+2, 4+2 and 4+4 (cabins/heads) with only the 4+4 charter configuration using wet heads. Unless you're looking at 15 year old boat, or smaller than 40', the boats that have fewer heads than cabins are typically going to be dry heads when looking at the "value" brands. In performance cats they're often (but not always) wet even on very long boats.

Layouts for a given model are usually pretty easy to find, and often included in YW posts. You might also find Jessica and Ryan Adventure's Floorplan Tool handy. Some of the plans aren't colored or are a bit low resolution, but from the size of a head, or the lack of a shower bulkhead between it or the toilet you can usually get a good idea wether it's wet or not.
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