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.
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Presented by Vetus-Maxwell. Got a tip? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org The double range Every skipper knows about ranging two objects in line to keep the boat on track in a cross-current. What’s less obvious is monitoring both sides of a gap such as a harbor entrance. ...read more