Lagoon 40 – Meea – Vogue Yachting

Lagoon 40

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This new member of the Lagoon family, has a new style: panoramic windows, generous cockpit and bathroom platforms, the 4 cabins equipped with their own bathrooms, it meets every wishes. Even though this model introduces refined elements of performance, it can be recognized by far as a true Lagoon. Due to the improvements that our clients have become accustomed to, Meea is a catamaran wanted by both professionals and beginners.

LAGOON 40

This new model made in the Lagon shipyard replaces the Lagoon 400 and Lagoon 39 models. The well-known design of VPLP, winner of many international titles, adopts the style of larger Lagoons. The bath platforms are larger and allow easy access to the sea as well as in the dinghy. The cockpit has become more spacious, the ideal place for parties on board. Inside, the focus was set on the light. The windows are longer and cover almost the entire length of the cabins: from the bed you see the surface of the water, when you wake up after a night at the anchor. The composite hardtop creates an aggressive look.

Particular attention was given to keep a very low weight, the mast was moved astern, so the sailing performance is now safer and easier, even for a small crew. Vogue Yachting has chosen to configure this catamaran, as with its other ships, with the largest engines, to be easy to handle in ports or on windless waters.

General information

NAVAL ARCHITECTS Van Peteghem – Lauriot Prevost
INTERIOR DESIGN Nauta Design
LENGTH OVER ALL 11,74 m / 40′
LENGTH WATER LINE 11,70 m / 40’
BEAM 6,76 m / 22’2”
DISPLACEMENT (ECC) 10.8 t / 22 460 Lbs
DRAFT 1,25 m / 4’1”
MAST CLEARANCE 18,50 m / 60’69”
FUEL CAPACITY 400 l
FRESH WATER CAPACITY 600 l / 79 Us Gal
ENGINE POWER 2x 45 hp
FULL BATTEN MAINSAIL 48 m² / 516 sq.ft
SELF-TACKING JIB 32 m² / 344 sq.ft
EC CERTIFICATE A12/B14/C20/D30

Deck equipment

Trampolin Roof Winches Self Tacking Jib Hard Top
Sprayhood Outboard Engine Full Batten Mainsail Anchor electric windlass
Chart Plotter Autopilot Bath platform Maneuver Winches

Safety equipment

Dinghy Emergency tiller Life raft Floating Light
Life jackets Smoke signals Torch Box of flares
Safety harnesses Child protection net Fire extinguishers First aid kit

Navigation equipment

VHF radio GPS Compass Wind instruments
Electronic sea charts Chart Navigation Gear Hand Compass Paper Charts
Navigation Instruments

Other equipment

Air condition Heating Jetski(optional) Linen & Towels
Fully Equipped Galley Espresso machine Ice machine Inverter
TV WiFi BT Sound Solar Panels

DESCRIPTION

LAGOON 40

This new model made in the Lagon shipyard replaces the Lagoon 400 and Lagoon 39 models. The well-known design of VPLP, winner of many international titles, adopts the style of larger Lagoons. The bath platforms are larger and allow easy access to the sea as well as in the dinghy. The cockpit has become more spacious, the ideal place for parties on board. Inside, the focus was set on the light. The windows are longer and cover almost the entire length of the cabins: from the bed you see the surface of the water, when you wake up after a night at the anchor. The composite hardtop creates an aggressive look.

Particular attention was given to keep a very low weight, the mast was moved astern, so the sailing performance is now safer and easier, even for a small crew. Vogue Yachting has chosen to configure this catamaran, as with its other ships, with the largest engines, to be easy to handle in ports or on windless waters.

SPECIFICATIONS

General information

NAVAL ARCHITECTS Van Peteghem – Lauriot Prevost
INTERIOR DESIGN Nauta Design
LENGTH OVER ALL 11,74 m / 40′
LENGTH WATER LINE 11,70 m / 40’
BEAM 6,76 m / 22’2”
DISPLACEMENT (ECC) 10.8 t / 22 460 Lbs
DRAFT 1,25 m / 4’1”
MAST CLEARANCE 18,50 m / 60’69”
FUEL CAPACITY 400 l
FRESH WATER CAPACITY 600 l / 79 Us Gal
ENGINE POWER 2x 45 hp
FULL BATTEN MAINSAIL 48 m² / 516 sq.ft
SELF-TACKING JIB 32 m² / 344 sq.ft
EC CERTIFICATE A12/B14/C20/D30

EQUIPMENT

Deck equipment

Trampolin Roof Winches Self Tacking Jib Hard Top
Sprayhood Outboard Engine Full Batten Mainsail Anchor electric windlass
Chart Plotter Autopilot Bath platform Maneuver Winches

Safety equipment

Dinghy Emergency tiller Life raft Floating Light
Life jackets Smoke signals Torch Box of flares
Safety harnesses Child protection net Fire extinguishers First aid kit

Navigation equipment

VHF radio GPS Compass Wind instruments
Electronic sea charts Chart Navigation Gear Hand Compass Paper Charts
Navigation Instruments

Other equipment

Air condition Heating Jetski(optional) Linen & Towels
Fully Equipped Galley Espresso machine Ice machine Inverter
TV WiFi BT Sound Solar Panels

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