So... on the forward cabins on the Lagoon 400
, it seems you can swing your legs around like the thumbnail below.
After ruling out the Athena 38 for being too cozy, I'm left with the Lagoon 380
in my very very shortlist... but even though I can't afford a 400, I can't stop looking it!
I know its a relatively small details, but the way you can swing your legs around the forward cabin
beds is just fantastic! You can never do that in a boat!
Question: How hard would it be to retrofit this concept
on to a L380 or 400.
The 400, I think you could only do @ the stern due to orientation of fwd cabins, and I can't remember where the engines are on the 410, so possible that its not possible at all (if they are under stern beds).
So... the 380... possible? Practical?
I would only need to do it to our 'master' bed
... and yes, I do say 'our' - there's me and wifey in the bed
. I realise it makes the bed smaller, but the added comfort / non-clamberingness associated with the amazing leg swinging action just seems so fantastic.
(Sorry, madly rushed post, wifey is rushing me to dinner)