Lagoon 400 | Bareboat Sailing Catamaran
"A great sailing experience!"
3 Cabin Owners Edition - Puerto Rico - Fajardo - Vieques - Culebra From $ 5775 to $ 7875 per week
The Lagoon 400 replaced the Lagoon 410 and bridges the gap between the 380 and the 420. So, inspired by the lines of the new 62 foot flagship of the Lagoon fleet, the 400 has been completely refreshed and focused on both comfort and speed. She is a delightful, owners versions boasting 3 double cabins and 3 heads. Keep reading...
The hardtop canopy (which is angled slightly upwards as it moves aft) comes standard and it, and the increasingly more square coachroof, show the new evolution of the Lagoon lines. The deck has been redesigned too with emphasis put on fewer steps and hazards with flush hatches and fewer moldings.
Forward is a double trampoline with a solid chain channel running from the windlass to the ground tackle. The decks are wide and free of obstacles and lead back and down three steps to an impressive cockpit with a U-shaped settee to starboard and a sort of chaise to port.
Dinghy davits raise and lower off the aft deck below which is a built-in storage space for a liferaft. The cockpit is free of lines, offers great storage under the seats and is completely dedicated to relaxation and entertaining.
The saloon and galley area is spacious, light, airy and offers plenty of headroom. The galley is aft on starboard with the signature Lagoon pass-through window to the cockpit. Lots of countertop space surrounds the cooktop and sink. An eye-level oven is placed in the starboard corner above the counter and a microwave is above that.
The light varnish finish and lots of use of white and grey accents add to the general feeling of airiness. Sliding hatches/doors provide privacy to the cabins below. Hull windows and opening ports provide lots of light and air. Semi-island, queen sized bunks provide easy access all around so there is no crawling over anyone else to get in or out.
The owner’s version offers a small office amidships and a separate stall shower in the bow on starboard. It’s the living space on the Lagoon 400 that leaves a lasting impression. It definitely feels like a boat half again her size and the smooth transition between the cockpit and the saloon speaks to indoor/outdoor living that cruisers love.
Do I need to bring my passport?
No. If you are an American citizen, you can travel to Puerto Rico without your passport. When chartering from Marina Puerto Del Rey, you can travel anywhere in the Spanish Virgin Islands. If you wish to travel to the neighbouring USVI or BVI, you will have to bring your passport.
If I fly into San Juan, how do I get to Puerto Del Rey?
We can arrange a taxi service for a low flat rate that can come and pick you up from the airport and bring you to the marina. You will have the opportunity to provision on the way for no extra charge, making this option both very good value for money and convenient.
Do I have to do my own provisioning?
No. We are happy to arrange your provisioning for you. All you have to do is to send your food and drink requirements and we will have it ready for you once you board. If you wish to provision yourself, there is a local supermarket close to the marina, as well as Wal-Mart and Sams Club. Please note that all provisions are charged at retail value.
Whats included on my yacht?
On your yacht, you will find sheets, blankets, pillows, pillow cases, bath towels and face cloths on board. Thus there is no need for you to bring your own. You will find all cookware provided, including utensils, a coffee maker, as well as all cleaning products.
Snorkeling equipment, tool kits, paper charts and cruising guides for all of the Virgin Islands will be provided.
Where do I provision once I have left Puerto Rico?
You will be able to find places to provision on both Vieques and Culebra. You can restock and refuel here, as well as the major islands in the USVI and BVI.
Is ASA certification required to charter bareboat?
No, all you require is to submit your sailing resume and whatever experience you may have.
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Low Season: $ 5775 per week
High Season: $ 7875 per week
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- Home port: Fajardo
- Departures Also Available From (transfer fee may apply)
- St Thomas