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Lagoon 410
Boat details
Type Catamaran Cabins / Berths

4 / 8 - 10

LOA 12.37 m Toilets 2
Displacement 7.24 tons Showers

2 + Deck

Beam 7.09 m Engine 2 x 28 HP
Draft 1.20 m Diesel 2 x 100 lt
Main Sail

53 m², Battened

Water 390 lt
Genoa 36 m², Furling Year 2002 - 2004
Boat overview
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Deck equipment: Electric anchor, Windlass,Cockpit table, Cockpit shower, Cockpit speakers, Steering wheel, Dinghy, Outboard motor, Spray-hood, Bimini top
Electronics & Facilities: Electric fridge, Gas oven, Log & Speed, V.H.F., GPS, Wind Instruments, Depth sounder, Radio, CD Player
Rigging / Sails: Roller furling genoa, Normal battened main, Gennaker halyard.


Lagoon 410


The Lagoon 410 is innovative and yet maintains the traditions of the Lagoon line from which it springs. Naval architects Marc Van Peteghen and Vincent Lauriot Prévost have optimized the 410's performance while providing the standard model includes four cabins and two large bathrooms, ensuring everyone's privacy. The cockpit, well-protected by the roof, is the focal point for exterior activities. The portside directly accesses the sea, while the starboard-side table can seat up to ten.

Vertical salon windows – a unique design feature of all new Lagoons (except the 67’ model) – ensure a much cooler central cabin. Unlike the angled windows found on many cats, vertical ones don’t capture and magnify the hot rays of the sun. Plus, vertical windows increase the usable space within the salon. The situation is akin to some minivan automobile designs in which their large, sloping windows generate excessive heat in the sun, while only creating "acres" of marginally usable dashboard surface. By comparison, a salon with vertical windows allows for standing headroom right up to the windows. And what headroom! In the Lagoon 410 it’s 6’ 5” in the salon.

The Lagoon 410 offers a comfortably equipped helm at the port forward portion of the cockpit. This is a distinct improvement over those catamaran brands whose helm stations are located at the aft corners of their respective cockpits.

The forward helm position makes it possible for you to enjoy the all-weather protection of a full-sized bimini and dodger. Alternatively, the major drawback of cats designed with helms at the aft corners of their cockpits is that the sliding mainsheet traveler between the two steering stations makes it impossible to install a bimini to shelter either helm position. So, the helmsperson has no alternative to "baking" in the sun or "drowning" in the rain.

Thanks to the cabinetry behind the freestanding aft settee seat, this is one of the few cats of its size that actually offers cupboard space for large nested bowls, and big dinner plates. Meanwhile, the galley is truly full size. As are the “bigger-than-queen-size” double berths in each aft cabin. And there are two capacious deck lockers at the base of the mast. Plenty of room there not only for the standard electric anchor windlass, but also an extra 75 gallon water tank AND a 4Kw genset (optl.). The Owner’s Version includes a lovely separate shower, and enough extra space for a second wardrobe closet or a delightful computer nook.

Both hull and deck are of vacuum-bagged laminate construction using a foam core for the hull and balsawood core for the deck Three-directional-weave glasscloth, carbon reinforcement, hydroply impregnated with "polyvinylester" synolite resin. All bulkheads and other bonding are effected using two-directional glasscloths. Composite-construction rudder-blade on laminated rudder tube with self-aligning "jeanneau" bearing blocks. Osmosis-guard protective coating (Gel Shied)