This debutante from the world’s largest cruising cat producer succeeds the popular Lagoon 500 and is an evolutionary leap ahead of its predecessor. Along with a new hull design that maximizes waterline length to boost performance, there is a new sailplan inspired by designers VPLP’s racing experience. By locating the mast and its high-aspect square-topped mainsail amidships, they’ve created a large foretriangle that accommodates a self-tacking jib. A removable self-tacking staysail and roller-furling screecher complete the sail inventory. The large sheltered cockpit and open-plan bridgedeck merge almost seamlessly to create one huge indoor/outdoor living area. The layout is bright and effective, with a choice of three-, four- or five-cabin arrangements.
Safety Culture Starts with the Skipper
Sailing might not be the first pastime that comes to mind when you think of extreme sports, but that’s not to say risks don’t abound. The Cruising Club of America tackles many of them head-on in their newly released guide for skippers, Creating a Culture of Safety: The Skipper’s ...read more