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Lagoon 440
Boat details
Type Catamaran Cabins / Berths

4 - 5 / 10 - 12

LOA 13.61 m Toilets 4
Displacement 7.70 tons Showers

4+ Deck

Beam 7.70 m Engine 2 x 29 HP
Draft 1.30 m Diesel 2 x 100 lt
Main Sail

71.3 m², Battened

Water 650 lt
Genoa 43.6 m², Furling Year -
Boat overview
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Equipment

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 440

The introduction of the 410 revolutionized catamaran design. These concepts have been incorporated throughout the Lagoon line 380, 410, 470, 570, 670. Now lagoon announces the 440 taking these concepts forward into the 21st century

Lagoon 440 special characteristics are the rigid bimini with flying bridge, the central helm station with extra wide helmsman bench, the provided ability to single hand, all control lines that surround the helm and the aft passage way that allows easy access from left to right without passing through cockpit

Lagoons remain one of the most popular and prestigious catamaran models around. The 440 takes the best of previous models and the latest innovations in design to offer you a cat you can really be proud of.

At 44’, a reasonable cost, and offering immense space, the Lagoon 440 targets two distinct customer bases: ocean cruisers with an emphasis on performance and ultra comfort within a controlled budget, and the charter market with or without skipper. simple glance at the boat is enough to notice its main distinguishing characteristic: a rigid bimini, with an integral helm station. The percentage of catamarans now equipped with biminis has practically reached 100%, and so it is logical for Lagoon to propose a built-in and much more esthetically pleasing solution. A simple rigid bimini would have satisfied many customer expectations, however we preferred to place the helm station at its ideal central location, with an extra-wide bench seat where guests can join the helmsman and participate in the joys of sailing.

A quiet, efficient energy system in a well-made boat with all the amenities for comfortable living is an attractive package. If the Lagoon’s propulsion system proves to work in all conditions and after years of use, we’ll all look back on the 440 as one of the first production boats to embrace the new technology by combining technical expertise, sailing experience, and aesthetics in what just could be a look into the future.