In this owner’s version of the 440, the master stateroom lies in the starboard hull. An island double berth is aft with a padded headboard and a large window that uses one-way glass for privacy. The mid cabin has a comfy settee, as well as more storage and a vanity with swing-out stool. Forward, the spacious head has a separate shower compartment. In the port hull, you will find two guest cabins, each with its own head and shower. You will always have plenty of natural light below decks and interior spaces will feel bright and airy. Optimal cabin ventilation is assured by numerous opening portholes and hatches. Once aboard you will notice the ample headroom in the salon and in the cabins of both hulls. The galley to starboard has plenty of counter space, twin stainless steel sinks and a three-burner propane range. The Lagoon 440 comes standard with two fridge boxes in the galley and a third in the cockpit along with a wet bar and sink. When the day is done and you retreat to your cabin you will be amazed at the privacy and quiet the layout of the Lagoon 440 affords.
By incorporating a raised helming position, where the wheel is on the centerline and all sheets run to a central position, you have excellent visibility and convenience for the captain while at the same time the cockpit is opened up to make it a true lounging area for the crew. A chart plotter at the helm adds to the convenience. The aft cockpit is huge, it flows dynamically into the interior space of the saloon so you have an indoor-outdoor living plan that is perfect for the sailing holidays. The large cockpit table fits inside the huge U-shaped dinette and will easily seat up to eight for dinner and cocktails.
The foredeck cockpit and large comfortable trampoline at the front provides extra lounge seating/sunbathing area for the guests…