The Lagoon 440 was voted "Best Charter Catamaran," one of the most popular and successful charter and cruising cats of all time.
The flybridge gives all-round visibility, the boat can be sailed single handed! Easy hoisting with electric halyard winches for the powerful roached mainsail. The vast, solid covered cockpit will seat 10; C’attagirl has a spectacular table for this purpose. The cockpit also contains an outside sink, a fridge and icemaker.
She is fitted with a generator that supplies sufficient power for all the A/C units even underway. The cockpit large sliding door opens to the salon with spacious seating with an L-shaped settee and a very well equipped galley. The galley offers convenient access to the cockpit through a sliding hatch.
Three main cabins include:
The owner’s quarters is the entire starboard hull. In the aft two-thirds, there is a queen-size berth, fitted with custom mattress, a nice size desk with chair, as well as a sofa. The forward part is dedicated to a large bathroom, with ample storage and hanging closet and separate shower.
The port hull has two well-appointed cabins with plentiful hanging and storage space. The cabins are located in fore and aft and each cabin has its own shower and head.
There are two additional single berths with deck hatch access for the crew or extra storage in the port and starboard forepeaks.
Sail in early morning north to the mooring buoys off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale, such as the Hall of Fame (9 buoys), Pompano Ledge (36 buoys and the USS Copenhagen sunken ship). Snorkel, have lunch on the boat or take the dinghy to the beach. Then sail back to the dock, arriving about 2:00 pm or 5:00 pm.
Day 1 – Provision & depart by 1:00 pm. Sail to Miami and spend the night . (25 – 30 NM = 5 hours sailing time @ +/-6 KTS).
Day 2 – Depart from the Miami area and sail south down Biscayne Bay. Anchor, where you can swim or snorkel or relax on the beach in the afternoon. (21 NM = 4 hours sailing time @ +/-6 KTS)
Day 3 – Sail out through Angel Fish Creek. Best done at high tide. Sail to Craysfort Reef and snorkel mid-morning (16 NM= 3 hours sailing time @ +/-6KTS). Depart the reef 4 hours before sunset and sail back to No Name Harbor or Miami Beach Marina to spend the night. (35 NM 6 = hours sailing time @ +/-6 KTS)
Day 4 – Depart early in the morning and sail back to Ft. Lauderdale. Pack up, clean up and depart by 12:00 noon. (25 NM= 5 hours sailing time @ +/-6 KTS)