LAGOON SEVENTY 8 WEBINAR WALKTHROUGH
In May The Multihull Group hosted a walkthrough webinar of the Lagoon SEVENTY 8. The tour was advertised to the world with many virtually coming aboard and asking multiple questions.
We recorded the entire webinar and cut it down slightly for your viewing pleasure. We realise this is EXTREMELY long, however we wanted to make sure we covered EVERYTHING. With such a massive boat with so many options and extras we hope this video answers most of your questions.
LENGTH: 24 METRES
BEAM: 11 METRES
NO LONGER AVAILABLE
FUEL CAPACITY: 8500L
TOP SPEED: 19KTS
STANDING HEIGHT: 2.1M
COLOURING: GREY OAK + WENGE FLOORS
Q1: HOW MANY FRIDGES?
LOCATED IN: Aft deck, Saloon x 2, Galley and Flybridge
+ additional freezers and ice makers.
Q2: HOW MANY CABINS
3 double cabins in each hull.
2 bow crew/ children quarters with bunk beds.
1 port aft crew cabin with bunk beds.
1 port midship VIP guest cabin.
1 starboard aft VIP guest cabin
1 starboard owners cabin.
2 + 2 +2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = sleeps 12.
Q3. CAN IT BE HANDLED WITH TWO PEOPLE?
There was a crew of two who managed this vessel previously.
I myself have managed the vessel alone with help from the dock as I entered the berth.” – Rowan McMahon
Q4. HOW IS IT DIFFERENT TO THE 630MY?
- Fuel Capacity
- Larger tender
TVs IN EVERY ROOM.
DOMESTIC SIZE WASHER/ DRYER INCLUDED.
CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT INCLUDED.
WILLIAMS DIESEL JET TENDER INCLUDED.
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