Built:2013.
Producer:Lagoon (FR)
Length:11.97 m
Width:7.25 m
Draft:1.21 m
Displacement:10.650 kg
Engine:2 x 28 KW / 2 x 40 HP
Max. speed:9 kts
Cruising speed:7 kts
Avg. fuel consumption:10 l/h
Generator:n/a
Fuel tank:2x 200 l
Water tank:600 l
Cabins:4 + 2 Skippers + Salon
Additional cabins:saloon
Crew cabins:2
Crew:bareboat or skipper option
Total berths:8+2+2
Berths:8
Additional berths:2
Toilets:4
Showers:4
WC:4
Main sail:46 m2
Genoa:38 m2 (jib)
Check in:17 h
Check out:09 h
Note:Extras:
Skipper for sailboats EUR 130.- / day + food
Skipper for motorboats and catamarans EUR 150.- / day + food
Blister/Spi EUR 120.- / week

Outboard engine:
- less than 40 feet EUR 80,- / week,

Additional:

Standard equipment
• FULL BATTEN MAIN SAIL
• ROLL GENUA
• BIMINI
• SPRAYHOOD
• STEERING WHEEL
• ELECTRIC WINCH
• STEREORADIO/CD-PLAYER
• ELECTRIC WINDLASS (ANCHOR)
• COCKPIT LOUDSPEAKER
• COCKPIT SHOWER
• COCKPIT TABLE
• WARM WATER

 

Canvas
• FULL BUTTON MAIN SAIL 46 m2
• ROLL GENUA 38 m2
• SPINNAKER EQUIPMENT

 

Deck equipment
• ANCHOR WITH CHAIN 50m
• ACCESSORY ANCHOR WITH ROPE 40m
• DINGHY WITH OARS AND PUMP
• MOORING ROPES
• 8 FENDERS
• 2 BALL FENDER
• 2 WINCH HANDLES
• WATER HOSE
• BRUSH
• ACCOMODATION LADDER
• AC 230 V CABLE
• GANGWAY
• FLOATING ROPE 20m
• 1 BOATHOOK

 

Navigation equipment
• AUTOPILOT
• ECHOLOT
• LOG/SPEEDOMETER
• WIND INSTRUMENT
• GPS PLOTTER
• VHF-TRANSMITTER
• BARO-/HYGRO-/THERMOMETER
• ANCHOR BALL (BLACK BALL)
• CONE (BLACK CONE)
• RADAR REFLECTOR
• CLOCK
• BINOCULARS
• FLAGS
• HAND-HELD COMPASS
• NAVIGATION TOOLS
• HARBOUR HAND BOOKS
• SHIP REFERENCE BOOKS
• LIST OF LIGHTS
• NAUTICAL CHARTS

Charter price per week in EURO (€) for Lagoon 400 S2

01.01. - 23.04.2.600
23.04. - 21.05.3.690
21.05. - 04.06.4.200
04.06. - 11.06.4.900
11.06. - 25.06.5.550
25.06. - 20.08.5.950
20.08. - 10.09.5.550
10.09. - 17.09.4.900
17.09. - 01.10.4.200
01.10. - 22.10.3.690
22.10. - 31.12.2.600

Weekend price:on request EURO

Deposit:2.000 EURO

Terms of payment:50 % when signing the contract and 50 % 4 weeks before rental

Discounts: 5% - for two weeks
10% - for three weeks and more
5% - early booking until 31.12.
5% - repeat client
5% - boatshow
15% - max discount

Included:

catamaran rental, linen, cat. charter equipment, dinghy

Standard equipment for Catamarans:
Furling genoa, furling or full-battened mainsail, speedometer, depth indicator, electric windlass, warm water, VHF-radio, CD-player , autopilot, bimini, sprayhood, GPS & plotter, dinghy, refrigerator, stern shower, final cleaning, warm water, sheets, pillows and covers….

Included in price:Transit log: Less than 34 feet EUR 130.- Less than 40 feet EUR 160.- More than 40 feet EUR 200.- Catamarans EUR 240.-

Compulsory extras:

  • Skipper for sailboats 130. €- / day + food
  • Skipper for motorboats and catamarans 150. €- / day + food
  • Blister/Spi EUR 120.- / week
  • Outboard engine: 80 €
    • - less than 40 feet EUR 80,- / week,
  • Standard equipment for Catamarans:
    • Furling genoa, furling or full-battened mainsail, speedometer, depth indicator, electric windlass, warm water, VHF-radio, CD-player , autopilot, bimini, sprayhood, GPS & plotter, dinghy, refrigerator, stern shower, final cleaning, warm water, sheets, pillows and covers….
  • Transit log:
    • Less than 34 feet 130.- €
    • Less than 40 feet 160.- €
    • More than 40 feet 200.- €
    • Catamarans 240.- €
Transfer:Split-Trogir-Split (max. 4 Pers.) = EUR 50.- (max. 8 Pers.) = EUR 70.-Zadar-Biograd-Zadar (max. 9 pers.) = EUR 90.-

Split-Biograd-Split (max. 8 pers.) = EUR 250.-

Split-Baska Voda-Split (max. 8 pers.) = EUR 200.-

Performance

« The Lagoon 400 is a true sailboat. During our trial in Chesapeake Bay, the fact of having two hulls with a pretty powerful combination of sails (gennaker and mainsail), allowed us to reach 5.2 knots reaching in 7-knots of wind.  »
Cruising World, USA – March 2010

« When we set off in the Lagoon 400, a south-westerly wind gusting to 30 knots was blowing over Chesapeake Bay (…). The boat thrived in these conditions under mainsail with one reef and jib, sailing at 7 knots or more, at an angle of 35-40° (apparent) from a 25-knot wind. »
Sail Magazine, USA- January 2010

« In a rapidly freshening breeze (…) of up to 25 knots, we maintained a speed of 8.5 to 9 knots, sailing at 55° from true wind, with the fin keels working perfectly to counter leeway.  »
Multicoques Magazine, FR / Multihulls World, UK – July 2009

Base: Split

 


* All particulars are given in good faith and believed correct but they cannot be guaranteed.