The Lagoon 410 catamaran is a super fun toy to sail in, thanks to its superb performance and the many comfy amenities it offers on board.

Considering how spacious this vessel is, you can actually hop aboard with a couple of family members or a bunch of friends and sail your holiday away in style.

Here is the Lagoon 410 catamaran review that will give you a clear picture of what this beautiful vessel has to offer.

Accommodation

The Lagoon 410 has a total of 8 berths (four double berths) and four toilets, which are just enough to enjoy with all your guests while on a charter sailing trip. Both the rear and forward berths are spacious enough to accommodate the sleeping needs of an entire family or a couple of friends.

Two of the aft berths run athwartships while those on the forerun longitudinally. The aft berths are well ventilated and feature an opening skylight and a number of portlights too.
There’s also sufficient space in the lockers and the under bed where you can store your belonging for the entire trip.

The forward berths are narrower and can be a great place for big teenagers to sleep in. A larger part of the berth is finished with Mukali plywood, something that makes the space
simple while lending it a classic feel.


Interior

The interior of the Lagoon 410 cat is as comfortable and cozy as it can ever be. The saloon, which can be accessed via a wide doorway, features a premium seating space with a double bench seating around the table for a sizable amount of guests to relax as they enjoy a conversation or watch TV.

It also boasts of 1.85 meters of headroom, which means you can come along with some tall friends without worry. Another amazing feature of the saloon is its wide windows that allow you to enjoy panoramic views of the sea and the surroundings.

The galley, which is situated on the starboard’s forequarter, is both practical and well-equipped. Aside from the two-burner gas cooker, the galley also has a chest freezer and a refrigerator, where you can keep your perishables.

There’s also enough storage space in the aft lounge lockers, where you can store supplies for a weeklong or so cruise without the need to restock at various stopovers. The galley adjoins to the lounge, which makes reaching for supplies quite easier.

After cruising the whole day and engaging in various water sports activities, you require a comfortable bed on which to lay your head. And the Lagoon 410’s cabins are both spacious and cozy, which means you are guaranteed of a sound night’s sleep.


Exterior

The Lagoon 410 has plenty of usable deck space perfect for lounging or relaxing while sitting. The cockpit is set on the catamaran’s rear and there’s a bimini that provides effective protection from the sun.

You can also chill at the al fresco dinette table as you wait for or enjoy your favorite seafood or any other meal. The foredeck has a large trampoline, where you can lounge as you read a book or sip your favorite tipple or drink.

Moving around the deckhouse is quite seamless thanks to the vessel’s raised ledgers. And if you would like to enjoy some swimming or snorkeling action, then you can conveniently get into the water via the rear skirts.


Under Sail

The Lagoon 410 is a great toy that offers excellent performance at sea. It features Spectra mainsail and genoa jib as well as well-cut sails.

The hull is made of polyester-vinyl ester foam sandwich that promotes positive buoyancy and minimizes weight for a perfect sail. The crew can enjoy excellent visibility from the helm, which makes mooring relatively simple.

The catamaran, which features two hulls, can also maneuver well in crowds marinas without the need for a thruster, unlike vessels with large monohulls. And apart from the engine alternators, there are two 145W solar panels that can charge the battery.

The cat’s dual 40hp Yanmar sail drive diesel engines are powerful enough to get you
sailing for hundreds if not thousands of miles without stopping. This is something any sailor would love.



Comfort

Accommodation on the Lagoon 410 is great, thanks to the comfortable and spacious four double berths. The well-organized saloon seating, kitchen area, and lounge room, as well as the sufficient ventilation, also add to the comfort aspect of the cat.

In addition, there’s plenty of space on the foredeck with trampoline where you can lie lazily as you enjoy the scenery around. Everything about the Lagoon 410 is literally easygoing and that’s what a sailing trip should be all about.


Why Sail the Lagoon 410

The aim of going on a sailing excursion is to visit new places, venture into scenic islands and basically have a good time with family and friends. If you charter the Lagoon 410, you’ll be able to visit all the places you ever desired without any restriction. You’ll spend less, travel more and gather lifetime memories from the many activities you’ll be indulging in while on your sailing expedition.

Other reasons why you may need to consider sailing the Lagoon 410 include:

  • Comfortable onboard amenities including saloon, baths and massive sunbathing deck
  • Superb stability and performance even in rough waters
  • Perfect interior ventilation
  • Huge storage space both in the galley and lounge lockers

In Conclusion

If you are looking for a vessel that’s stable, well equipped and comfortable for a sailing expedition, the Lagoon 410 catamaran is the ideal choice. Whether the sea is calm or somewhat rough, this toy will always give the experience you are looking for. It is simply one of the best catamaran yachts to take for a weeklong sailing expedition.

 

For more information on the Lagoon 410 contact:

Boatbookings.com
USA +1 954 892 5009
Email: charter@boatbookings.com


Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Lagoon
  • Length: 12,37 m / 40,7 feet
  • Cabins: 3 to 5
  • Bathrooms: 1 to 4
  • Beam: 7.09 m
  • Draft: 1.20 m
  • Fuel Capacity: 197.08
  • Main Sail: 53 m2
  • Geona: 36m2

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6 COMMENTS

  1. It’s a rich man’s dream, for a modestly rich one. It’s like a house on the water!

    I didn’t know that house boats had their own terminology for areas in a house. For example, I didn’t know that “saloon” could mean “living room in a boat” (pronounced “salon”).

    Reading this review makes me excited to have such a boat one day, for my own home.

    • Hi Michael,

      Yes, that’s right, you rent a comfortable house on the water:) What could be better?

      You don’t have to be rich to rent a boat. There are many affordable yachts for sailing holidays. Here is an excellent article about yacht charter vs. Hotel. I am sure you’ll enjoy the reading:) 

      Thank you or the comment and wish you a great day!

  2. I must say that this lagoon 410 catamaran certainly looks like a winner. Having 4 double beds, toilets and wash room makes it very suitable for families and friends. When you charter such a boat, does it come with someone to sail it or can you easily do it yourself if experienced? It boggles the mind that you can have your home at sea for a while with all the amenities this yacht offers. Thanks for this eye-opener.

    • Hi Jerry,

      Indeed, the 410 is a spacious boat that can accommodate a large family. 
      If you have sailing experience and a skipper license, then yes you can handle the boat yourself. If you don’t have any experience, then you may hire an experimented skipper and a hostess for more comfort.
      And, you are absolutely right, this boat is like a real home that floats on the water:)

      Thank you for the comment and wish you a fantastic day!

  3. Looks beautiful! It’s bigger than any I’ve used in the past.

    Are these available to rent and what’s an expected price range for the rental? I would consider this if I return to Aruba or visit the Caribbean with my whole extended family.

    This is in a very different category but do you have experience with jetskis? What would be your advice to a buyer if so??

    •    
      Hi Jordan,

      Yes, the 410 Lagoon is a spacious boat, and it is for charter. The price starts from $2700 per week and can rise depending on your requirement, seasons and other factors. My advice to you for jet skis, rent one before you buy it! That way you can feel it and decide whether it is or not for you. If you like it and you can afford it, then go for it:)

      I hope it helped and please, don’t hesitate to contact me with any question, I’ll be more than happy to assist!

      Thank you for the comment and wish you a lovely day. 

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