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How much does a 45-foot catamaran cost?

How much does a 45-foot catamaran cost?

For example, a 45-foot 2019 Lagoon 450F with its advanced wave-piercing hull design and luxurious interior sells for around $550,000 to $620,000 used and sells for $635,500 new. As you can see, late-model catamarans suffer from very little depreciation.

Where are Lagoon catamarans built?

Bordeaux, France
Lagoon catamaran is a brand of twin-hulled boats that are designed and produced in Bordeaux, France. The company began in 1984 as a specialist multihull offshoot of Jeanneau, a volume monohull constructor.

What is the largest lagoon catamaran?

Lagoon SEVENTY 8
The Lagoon SEVENTY 8 is the new flagship of Lagoon Catamarans and the largest motor yacht in the range.

How much does a lagoon 450 boat cost?

The starting price is $335,000, the most expensive is $669,000, and the average price of $502,000. Related boats include the following models: 42, 46 and 380. Boat Trader works with thousands of boat dealers and brokers to bring you one of the largest collections of Lagoon 450 boats on the market.

How many cabins does a lagoon catamaran have?

This Lagoon 450F cruising catamaran is for sale by owner. is outfitted with four (4) queen sized cabins, with corresponding en suite heads and showers. The Catamaran for sale by owner has the new Lagoon distinctive Flybridge, which is accessed from either port or starboard.

What makes the lagoon 450 Flybridge different from its predecessor?

The Lagoon 450 has taken several items ideas from its predecessor, enhanced them through owner feedback, and created a larger sail area for favorable cruising speeds. The 450 flybridge version gives optimal visibility and access to sailing controls while providing easy access to the main cockpit and seating areas via twin stair wells.

What is a sport 450 catamaran?

Cushions and lounging areas abound for the family and crew to relax under way or in port. The Sport version of the 450 allows boaters who wish to enjoy the comfort of a catamaran of 45 feet in a more conventional version, with a helm post on bulkhead in place of the flybridge.