Lagoon 470

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Lagoon 470 Sailing Catamaran Specifications, Articles & Reviews

Lagoon 470 Specifications  

Length Overall 14,50 m / 47'6''
Waterline length 13,70 m / 44'11''
Overall beam 7,90 m / 25'11''
Depth at maximum beam 2,12 m / 6'95''
Draft 1,35 m / 4'5''
Mast height clearance 21,05 m / 69'1''
Light displacement (EC regulations) 9,33 T / 20569lbs
Battened Main 73 m2 / 786 sq.ft
Furling jib 47 m2 / 506sq.ft
Water tank capacity 2 x 300 l / 2 x 79 US Gal.
Fuel tank capacity 2 x 240 l / 2 x 63 US Gal.
Engine rating 2 x 40 CV / 2 x 40 HP
Designers Van Peteghem & Lauriot Prévost
EEC certification 10 people

The immense living space can be arranged 
into three different layouts making 
ingenious use of the possibilities.

Thanks to the collaboration of architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost with Xavier Fa˙ the immense living space can be arranged into three different layouts making ingenious use of the possibilities.

The helm station located along the forward cockpit bulkhead improves the helmsman's visibility and accomodates navigation. The cockpit offers an exceptional comfort, and intentionally encourages idleness. All details were carefully studied so that everyone can find his place and every cruising on board the LAGOON 470 is an unforgettable pleasure. 

Lagoons remain one of the most popular and prestigious catamaran models around. The 470 insures that this will be true well into the future.

HULL

White gel coat on hull and deck

- Moulded diamond type non skid on deck

- 1 step in hull at lifeline gate on both sides

- White lacquered aluminum compression beam

- White lacquered aluminum crossbeam with tack fitting for genoa and staysail, babystay chain plate, genaker pole fitting, 2 bow anchor rollers

- Lagoon decoration : 2 Navy blue waterline stripes, 1 Navy blue porthole stripe, 1 Gray porthole stripe

SAILS AND DECK FITTINGS

- 1 Dacron mainsail (785 sq ft), 3 reefs with full roach, full length battens

- 1 Dacron genoa (506 sq ft), with genoa furling system, UV band

STANDING RIGGING

- 18.60 m white-lacquered aluminum mast with welded mast-attachment fittings and track for roller aring cars for the main sail

- 2 Spreaders

- 1 White-lacquered aluminum boom

- 2 Sheathed shrouds

- 2 Sheathed lower shrouds

- 1 Forestay with furling mechanism for the genoa

- 1 Releasable turnbuckle babystay for staysail +

spectra extension

- 2 Lazy-jacks

RUNNING RIGGING

- 1 Main halyard with block 2:1

- 1 Genoa halyard

- 1 Storm jib halyard

- 1 Mainsheet with hoist

- 2 Genoa sheets

- 3 Mainsail reef lines

- 1 Genoa furling line

- 2 Main-traveler adjustment lines

- 1 Mainsail topping lift

- 1 Mainsail outhaul

DECK HARDWARE

- 6 Aluminum chocks and stainless steel rub plates

- 7 Mooring cleats

- 1 Electric windlass 1200 W (10 mm gipsy) with gipsy and winch in anchor locker with up/down remote

- 1 Winch 48.2 ST for mainsail halyard and reefing at mast step

- 1 Winch 48.2 ST for genoa, foresail and spinnaker halyards

- 2 Winch 53.2 ST for genoa sheets

- 1 Winch 53.2 ST for mainsail control lines

- Two part nylon netting

- Stainless steel stanchions, double stainless steel life line, opening gate on each side

- Outboard stern pulpits

- Inboard stern pulpits with life buoy bracket

- Mainsheet traveler

- Aluminum toe rail with teak insert

- 2 safety lines from bow to stern

- 2 safety lines under nacelle

- 2 padeyes for boom restrainer

- 2 roof handrails

- 2 genoa sheet rails with traveller

- 1 stainless steel life raft holder on stern beam

- 2 padeyes on bows

- 3 deck blocks + 1 stopper cleat for furling genoa

FORE PEAK (port and starboard)

- Access from the large deck hatch with lock

- Stainless steel ladder with teak steps

- White painted interior

FORWARD LOCKERS

- 2 lockers located forward of the mast with stain less steel spring locks

- Port side locker: for generator or storage

- Starboard locker : windlass, storage, waterproof

gas bottle locker

COCKPIT

- Large cockpit serves as deck salon

- Ergonomic helm station with sheathed wheel, helm seat, engine controls, engine control panels, compass

- Teak-lined cockpit flooring

- U-shaped bench seating

- Varnished teak cockpit table seats 8 people + cover

- 2 spring-mounted teak-strip fiberglass aft cockpit hatches with 1 storage and 1 watertight battery compartment

- 2 lockers in the aft cockpit

- Set of cockpit cushions

- 1 locker under bench seat next to roof bulkhead

TRANSOM

- Teak batten strips

- 2 engine hatches with hydraulic ram

- Stern bumpers in ertalen

- Opening for fire extinguisher

- Port side deck shower

- Stainless steel swim ladder on port side

- 1 labelled fuel filler cap

- 2 labelled fresh water filler caps

STEERING SYSTEM

- 2 suspended vinylester rudder blades, stainless steel rudder shaft

- Upper and lower self-aligning rudder bearings

- Stainless steel steering cable

- Stainless steel connecting rod

ENGINE

- 2 engines 40 HP sail drive

- 2 x 16” fixed twin blade propellers

- Engine controls at the helm

- Soundproof engine room

- Engine access from the transom

- Engine room exhaust fan

- 1 Raw water filter per engine

- 2 Fluorescent lights per compartment

- 1 x 220V socket per compartment

CIRCUITS

- 2 x 300 l. water tanks in the keels with electrical gauge

- 2 interconnecting 12V pressure water systems

- Hot water circuit with 2 x 42 l. (2 x 11 US Gal) electric hot water heaters

- 2 x 240 l. (2 x 63 US Gal) stainless steel fuel tanks with electrical gauge

- Bilge draining system including : 4 hand pumps, 4 electrical pumps with 2 float switches

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

DC Circuit :

- 12 V general panel

- Amp meter, voltmeter, circuit breakers, battery tester, panel light, water gauge, fuel gauge

- 1 Emergency starting battery: 12 V-75 Amp

- 3 Service and starting batteries: 12 V-140 Amp

- Emergency engine starting system by power reverse source

- 1 50A Alternator per engine

- 1 cigarette lighter plug at the chart table

- Electrical panel:

- Galley down : panel in the salon with green plexiglass

- Galley up : panel in the starboard gangway with green plexiglass

AC Circuit :

- Electrical panel 10 functions with power source selector

- 1 Voltmeter

- 1 Ammeter

- 1 Dock inlet with 1 socket on transom and 1 plug with a 49’3’’ cable

- 6 Sockets ( 1 per cabin, 1 salon and 1 galley)

- 3 Technical sockets ( 1 per engine compartment and 1 in the generator compartment)

 

 

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