Conceived to meet the highest standards, the Lagoon 410 is innovative and traditional at the same time. Naval architects Marc Van Peteghen and Vincent Lauriot Prévost have optimized the 410's performance while providing four double cabins and four independent bathrooms, ensuring everyone's privacy. The standard model includes four cabins and two large bathrooms. The vast galley and living area, which opens directly to the cockpit through a wide, sliding door, maintains the characteristic Lagoon conviviality with a 360-degree vista. The cockpit, well protected by the roof, is the focal point for exterior activities. The portside directly accesses the sea, while the starboard-side table can seat up to ten people. The placement of the helm station at the roof's rear provides a wider view, and by freeing up the rear cockpit, provides more space. In the front, the transverse net provides a superb, secure location for communing with the sea and the dolphins.
This 2002 Lagoon 410 was a charter boat with 9300 hours, no generator, 30AMP shore power, the current owner lived aboard until deciding his boating plans have changed. You will need to put some TLC into the vessel but the engines fire right up and drives were rebuilt when in the yard for new bottom paint and batteries.
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