Lagoon 380 - World Champion in its category

Key features

Naval Architect: VPLP Design
Interior Design: X.Faÿ
  • Best-selling catamaran ever produced
  • Fast, easy to manoeuvre, safe
  • Simple deck layout
  • Wide decks
  • Vertical windows offer more sun protection
  • Three or four cabin layout

Overview

Sail the Lagoon 380, and you’re sailing the undisputed world champion in its category, with more than 700 boats delivered worldwide in 2013. 

The baby of the brand is fast, easy to manoeuvre and remarkably safe … this little legend has a legion of fans spread out across the world’s oceans.

Lagoon 380
Lagoon 380 Exterior

Exterior

Glorious, wide side decks and a rigid walkway on the trampoline help you move around easily and safely, while your transom platforms provide easy access to the sea and dinghy.

Enjoy a true outdoor lounge area in a spacious and innovative cockpit.  

Interior

Enjoy a rounded saloon with uninterrupted 360° views bathed in natural light. The spacious galley is located between the cockpit and saloon, while the engine compartments are far from the living areas and are perfectly insulated.  

Specifications

  • Length overall: 11.55m/37’11”
  • Beam: 6.53m/21’5”
  • Draft: 1.15m/3’9”
  • Mast clearance: 17.32m/56’10”
  • Light displacement (EEC): 7.26t/16005lbs
  • Sail area: 77/829 sq ft
  • Full-batten mainsail: 47/506 sq ft
  • Square top mainsail (opt): 52/560 sq ft
  • Furling genoa: 30/323 sq ft
  • Engine (std): 2 x 21 CV / 2 x 21 HP
  • Fuel capacity: 2 x 100l/2 x 26 US gal
  • Fresh water capacity: 300l/79 US gal
  • No of berths: 6 to 10
  • EC certification: A : 8 ; B : 10 ; C : 12
Lagoon 380 Specifications

LAYOUTS


Lagoon 380 Layout
Owner's version
Lagoon 380 Layout
Four cabin version
Lagoon 380 Reviews

REVIEWS

While the 38, or 380 to give it its proper title, might be the smallest of the Lagoon family, it is not short on volume or features. Sporting three full cabins including a large owners’ stateroom taking up virtually all the starboard hull, the 380 has the room of a 50 or 60-foot monohull yacht.

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“Lagoon has created an economically priced cat that delivers more than average amounts of luxury and acceptable performance. It’s a comfortable cruiser with more than enough amenities in it to look nice upon inspection, but it is NOT meant to be a racy performer with the highest-end fit and finish.”

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“On our way back from Saint Gilles Croix de Vie we settled into a speed of 8-9 knots with the gennaker set in 15 knots of wind, all in perfect comfort.”

Multicoques Magazine, FR / Multihulls World, UK, June 2008

“As with most multihulled boats, she performs best with the wind on or aft of the beam, reaching 12-13 knots in good conditions.”

Latitudes and Attitudes, USA, August 2006

“Outstanding in a strong breeze and heavy seas. She’s a boat in which you feel safe, well equipped and extremely comfortable.”

Jean Grumellon, retired fishing-boat owner, Saint-Malo

LAGOON 380 STORIES

The legend continues

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