Representing a new visual identity, the 40 affirms its distinctive personality at first glance. Although faithful to its Lagoon DNA, it nevertheless adopts a new style: a design with an individualistic, well defined and accomplished theme, showing off its large portholes and its outward-looking aspect, forming a refined, high-performance unit. This is attested by this bevel running along the boat from stem to stern.
- For ease of handling, the 40 has a self-tacking jib and a shorter boom.
- For more performance, the 40 has a large foretriangle offering a greater choice of foresails and a high-aspect mainsail, enabling use of less disturbed air higher up.
The ergonomic helming station can be accessed from the cockpit or the deck, affording continuous communication between the helmsman and the rest of the crew. The skirts are wide, with a large platform, to enjoy the sea with feet in the water as well as to facilitate access to the dinghy and enable an easy and safe climb aboard.
The special attention devoted to the distribution of volumes, flowing circulation and natural lighting make this new interior a truly pleasant living space. For greater comfort, the owner’s cabin has a semi-island bed and plentiful stowage.
|Overall length:||11.73 m|
|Maximum beam:||6.76 m|
|Air draught:||18.42 m|
|Sail area:||81 m²|
|Fresh water capacity:||300 litres|
|Fuel capacity:||2 x 200 litres|
|Engine power:||2 x 29 HP Yanmar 3YM30|
|Architects:||Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost|
|Exterior design:||Patrick Le Quément|
|Interior design:||Nauta Design|