Lagoon had a proven hit in the 440 model, and the audacity for them to come out with the 450 is the very definition of risk. As the saying goes, however, "no risk, no reward," and Lagoon certainly deserves the reward. Every element that made the 440 a mainstay of the catamaran community has been preserved and improved upon. The fly bridge is more economical, yet still the thematic center of the vessel, and the 440's famous maneuverability and speed are still around in the newest iteration. This vessel also has such creature comforts as air conditioning and a well-equipped galley, which makes for an unbeatable time out on the water!
She is only available for seven-day charters. No charters will start or finish on Dec. 25 or Jan. 1st.
Skipper - $175/day + provisions
Cook - $150/day + provisions
ASA Sailing instructor- $200/per day + food beverage & optional gratuity
Sailo cancellation policy does not apply to this vessel
Balance of all fees (kayak, skipper, cook, fees etc) must be received 45 days prior to charter start date
90+ days - $300 cancellation fee
46-89 days prior- 50% of charter fee minus cruising tax, permit, and insurance
45 days or less- all charges except cruising tax, parks permit, security insurance, and cell phone rental
If substitute charter obtained for full period of charter, all deposits will be returned minus $300 fee
Usually this boat operates around Road Town, VG.
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