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Lagoon 380 S2


  • Year of built: 2006
  • Length: 11.55 m/38 ft
  • Cabins: 4 double/2 single
  • WC: 2
  • Max no. of persons: 10
  • Beam: 6.63 m
  • Draft: 1.15 m
  • Sail Area: 77.4m2
  • Engines: Yanmar 2×30 Hp
  • Fuel Capacity: 200 lt
  • Water Capacity: 600 lt
  • Roller furling genoa
  • Full battened main (square top) with lazy bag
  • GPS Plotter
  • VHF with DTs
  • Autopilot
  • Wind Instruments
  • Depth Sounder
  • Cockpit control panel
  • Chart Plotter
  • Main compass
  • Clock
  • USB gate
  • Battery charger + wire
  • 12 volt socket
  • 220 volt socket
  • Solar panel 200 WATT
  • Inverter 400 WATT
  • Electric Bilge Pump
  • Generator
  • Air-condition
  • Electrical toilets
  • Radio – USB – Bluetooth
  • Cockpit Speakers
  • Sea Charts
  • Pilot Book
  • Binoculars
  • Hand bearing compass
  • Flags QNC
  • Log
  • List of lights
  • Inflatable life raft
  • Life jackets
  • Safety harnesses
  • Horse shoe buoy
  • Floating light
  • Box of flares
  • Torch
  • First aid kit
  • Emergency tiller
  • Bosun’s chair
  • Electric anchor windlass
  • Manual Windlass
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit shower
  • Cockpit speakers
  • Dinghy
  • Outboard engine
  • Bimini
  • Spray hood
  • Swimming ladder
  • Gangway
  • Electric fridge
  • Gas Stove with Oven
  • Gas Bottle
  • Galley equipment
  • Set of bed linen (2 sheets, pillow case)
  • one bath towel
  • one hand towel
  • Tools
  • Sail Repair Kit
  • Ships Licence
  • Diving Mask
  • Flippers

The Lagoon 380 is not the smallest Lagoon catamaran ever built–both the Lagoon 37, its immediate predecessor, and the Lagoon 35CCC were smaller–but it is the smallest Lagoon currently built and one of the smallest dedicated cruising cats that succeeds in combining both reasonable performance and a “big cat” accommodation plan in a single package. It is a carefully balanced exercise in moderation. Designed by Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost and first introduced in 2000, the Lagoon 380 is intended to serve both as a charter fleet workhorse (it is co-branded as the Moorings Lagoon 380) and as a serious entry-level cruising cat for private owners. Several hundred of these boats have been built over the years, and it is probably the most successful contemporary cruising cat currently on the market.


The key to the 380’s popularity, without a doubt, is its supple accommodations plan. The hulls are just wide enough to fit a good-size double berth in each “corner” of the boat. In the four-stateroom charter version of the layout (four doubles with two small midship heads) four couples can enjoy complete conjugal privacy while cruising together, which is very impressive on a boat just 38 feet long. In the three-stateroom “owner’s” version the entire starboard hull becomes a deluxe master suite with a small office and large forward head with a separate shower stall, just like on much bigger cats.

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Bareboat or Skippered
Type: Sailing Catamaran
Year of Built: 2016
Cabins: 4 double-bed plus 2 single-bed
Heads: 2
Capacity: 10 pax

  • Square top battened main
  • External plotter
  • Solar panels
  • Air fans
  • Inverter
  • Dinghy 2.90m

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