Spacious, classy and elegant. Between the Sheets a Lagoon 450 F - 4 + 2 Cab Flybridge catamaran for sale shows much consideration for the owner’s total comfort due to her craftsmanship. Choosing to be the new owner of this boat equates to opting for maximum luxury for you and your guests. The Lagoon 450 hits a sweet spot in terms of size. It can carry a family or a couple with guests in style,but is still small enough for an owner to sail and maintain without a professional captain.
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THE DECK AND COCKPIT
It is apparent that the designers of the Lagoon catamarans invested a lot of thought into their 450 F model. They created a much more significant, much safer 45-footer that is also more luxurious and comfortable, ( HEADROOM 6ft 6in, CABIN HEADROOM 6ft 6in).
The flybridge around which the entire deck layout is centered (the “F” in “450 F” actually stands for “flybridge”) has been redesigned, retaining the original idea rendered by its predecessor, but portraying an improved iteration.
Another major improvement is that you can now quite easily access the bridge, its steering station, engine controls, sheets and related running rigging and a new, dedicated basking lounge, directly forward on the upper deck. This is attributable to the sets of stairs incorporated directly into the cockpit to port and starboard. Not only is this a better use of space, but it is also a much better approach from a safety standpoint.
The cockpit itself has been reorganized, with a new wraparound settee and dining table to the left, and an inviting comfort couch to the right that significantly opens up the floor plan. There is also an apt overhead opening hatch in the hard dodger that can offer ventilation and sunshine in good weather, and protection from the elements under harsh conditions.
Frontward of the distinctive cabin house, sporting the typical Lagoon rounded corners and big windows, there is a second cockpit/lounge area with a pair of colossal seat lockers.
The spacious luxury of the Lagoon 450 F is indeed a worthwhile experience. The saloon and cabins are exceptionally well-lit. The cockpit and specifically the dining area to the left is situated directly behind the large, U-shaped galley in the main saloon, which has its own specially designed sliding window behind the sink. Forward of that, there’s a big nav station with a roomy L- shaped sofa and dining table to starboard. In actuality, when the sliding doors of the cockpit are opened as well, there’s virtually no separation between the interior saloon and the exterior living area. It’s one big open space, perfect for holding functions and for outdoor living.
Her four cabins are located one aft and one in the bow in each wide roomy hull, maximum of six cabins (this is what “4 + 2 Cab” represents), 2 heads with separate showers are in each hull for a total of four heads, making Between the Sheets a perfect catamaran. This elegant interior can comfortably sleep eight to twelve persons.
The ultra-modern accommodations, fittings, and fixtures have been fashioned by the Italian interior experts, Nauta Yachts. The entire design exploits space and incorporates loads of enthralling little touches such as indirect lighting and witty latches for the lockers and drawers.
"U"-shaped galley for greater comfort at sea, well equipped with broad work space and plenty of storage optimization.
Double S/S sink
Salt water foot pump
Stove with oven
Hot/Cold pressurized fresh water
Fresh water capacity: 180 US Gal.
Rigid inflatable dinghy with 15HP
Deck wash pump system
Remote and chain counter at helm station.
Electrical panel with volt and ammeter
Chartplotter b&g 12 inches.
• Electrical panel with volt and ammeter
• Wind direction
• Wind speed
Electric bilge pump
Cruisair Air conditioning
Engine: 2 X 54
Fuel capacity: 264 Gal.
Electric winch for main halyard
Full batten mainsail
Genoa FACNOR System
4 electric wiches.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desired validated. Photos may not properly reflect the current condition of the actual vessel offered for sale. In some cases stock photographs may have been used.