Originally Posted by mikethedane
Please explain why
Here is a rough stereotype of the potential buyers which will probably offend someone as stereotypes are not always accurate. Let the flaming begin.
The outremer is aimed at the keen sailor who's priority is a boat with excellent performance for fast cruising/racing with great windward performance. They will usually be seen trimming the sails
for best performance on every windshift. They know what every sail control line does and will use them all. This person usually hates running the engine
and will be vigilant in keeping the boat light. They are happy with less accommodation space. They go sailing just for the sake of going sailing and they probably don't want an air con and definitely don't want a fly bridge or spa bath.
The lagoon is aimed at the person who is not overly concerned with sailing performance and and will be happy to motor
much more regularly. They want maximum space and comfort and are not worried that they have traded a lot of speed and performance to get higher comfort. Some buyers may not even like sailing at all and see it as a means to an end to get their floating home to their idyllic destination
. They won't be playing with the sail controls unless its really necessary, they don't care about that extra 0.1 knot
of speed. They want all the comforts of home and will bring it all with them.
is in between.