BLUE MOON Lagoon | From EUR€ 14,000 /wk
The 15.85m (52') sailing catamaran BLUE MOON from Lagoon was built in 2018 and features a GRP hull and superstructure, with naval architecture from Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prévost. The Interiors are the work of the shipyard and a light colour palette is used to maximise the sense of space and enhance the natural light flooding in through the large windows. The accommodation sleeps 10 guests over five en-suite cabins, with a professional crew of two for the first-class service.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF BLUE MOON: ~Beautiful modern interiors ~Balanced alfresco living and sunbathing areas ~Shallow draft of 1.5m/5.1ft for close beach access ~Choice selection of water toys ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
Both hulls have a staircase leading up to the main deck aft and the hydraulic swim platform to store the tender while cruising. The main deck aft is furnished with a port-side C-shaped sofa and raised table for sheltered alfresco dining. To port, a sofa/sunbed provides a place for guests to rest after a meal or swim in the sea.
On the foredeck, there is a sofa/sunpad in front of the helm controls and two trampolines for exercise and sunbathing on the bow.
The flybridge places the helm controls forward and a broad sofa behind, where guests can take in the views over drinks or an alfresco meal.
BLUE MOON Specifications
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|Van Peteghem-lauriot Prã;©;vost, Lagoon
|Thailand, South East Asia, SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA, ASIA
With the guest and crew accommodation placed in the hulls, the main section contains the helm station forward with an L-shaped sofa and raised table to port for lounging and dining, with a 32" widescreen TV and DVD player for entertainment. The beautiful modern galley is placed opposite and is fitted with the very latest technology, including a Nespresso Latissima Touch Coffee Machine.
A pair of Yammer 80 HP engines provide a cruising speed of 8.5 knots and a maximum speed of 10 knots for travel in light wind conditions.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The accommodation sleeps up to 10 guests across 5 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 3 double cabins and 1 bunk cabin. ~ The Master suite covers the aft and amidships area within the starboard hull and is furnished with a queen-sized bed, wardrobes, a desk and an en-suite bathroom with an enclosed toilet, sink and a shower. ~ The double cabins are placed forward in the starboard hull and forward and aft in the port hull. Each has a wardrobe and en-suite bathroom containing a toilet, sink and shower. The bunk cabin is placed amidships in the port hull and is ideal for children or staff. There is an en-suite bathroom containing a toilet, sink and shower. ~ The crew of 2 are accommodated in the bow of the port hull.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys: Highfiled 3.9m Tender, - 10 x snorkeling gears - 2 x inflatable 3-seats kayaks - 1 x inflatable SUP - fishing gear
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"Some choices sometimes seem immutable at Lagoon: for example, the choice of working with VPLP architects, the world’s most successful naval architects in multihull racing, or that of fixed keels rather than daggerboards for simplicity, ease of beaching and safety in case of impact. However, each new Lagoon model offers often major innovations to make cruising even more enjoyable." - Lagoon Yachts