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Old 27-02-2014, 09:45   #1
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Can anybody identify this boat?

My friend is looking at a Lagoon 380 and the pics have this cabin shot which I think is from an old brochure. I looked at different specs and floor plans for the L380 and can't find this athwartships berth anywhere. The cabin looks wider and I think it's from a different boat. Does this look familiar?
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Old 27-02-2014, 10:39   #2
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Re: Can anybody identify this boat?

It does look like the starboard aft cabin on a 380, except that the reading light is on a different wall (not towards the stern) & the pillows have been placed to suit an a thwarts layout.

Different to ours, but the cabin mouldings looks the same.

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Old 27-02-2014, 10:52   #3
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Re: Can anybody identify this boat?

I would agree that it is from a brochure as it shows up on a lot of charter sites for the Lagoon 380.

Lazy broker did not want to take a few pics.
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Old 27-02-2014, 13:46   #4
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It was the pillows that threw me. The way they are placed falsely insinuates that there is plenty of room to lay sideways but in truth the bed is situated inline.
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Is that an owners version or is the aft starboard stateroom on an L380 offset to be larger than the aft port due to the availability of the owners version layout?
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Is that an owners version or is the aft starboard stateroom on an L380 offset to be larger than the aft port due to the availability of the owners version layout?
The aft starboard cabin is more "spacious" as the ceiling / deck moulding doesn't impinge as much as the port side that is lowered in places to allow for the "walk through" in the deck to the cockpit from the port boarding steps & helm seat.

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