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Old 11-06-2015, 09:16   #1
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What's behind the master bath?

I'm just curious. In the owner's version of the Lagoon 420, the owner's head doesn't extend as far into the bridge deck as a fourth berth would, so there's a gap of a couple/few feet between the crew's berth/storage and the wall of the head.

What's there? Is the crew's berth extended to port for more storage space? More tankage?
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Old 13-06-2015, 06:56   #2
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Re: What's behind the master bath?

Starboard side of course has the forward berth with the starboard hatch opening above the berth. Port side owners simply has a plywood wall between the extended head area and the port storage space which has its own hatch. If it were not an owner's version, the storage space would not exist - it would be the port forward berth.


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