• Boat type
    Catamaran
  • Boat Length
    38
  • Cabins
    3
  • Max. Guests
    6
  • Build Year
    2014
  • Crew Options
    Not Crewed

About Lagoon 39 (3 Cab)

Boat Features

Layout
  • Up to 6 guests in 3 Cabins
Auxiliary
  • Dinghy
Cabin
  • Bed linen
  • Cooling fan
  • Showering towels
Deck
  • Bimini top
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • Deck shower
  • External loudspeakers
  • Ice box
Kitchen
  • Blender
  • Coffee machine
  • Deep freezer
  • Electric stove
  • Grill
  • Microwave oven
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Sink
Navigation
  • Autopilot
  • Chart plotter
  • Depth sounder
  • Navigation lights
  • Speed log
  • VHF Radio
  • Windex (Wind Direction Indicator)
  • Windspeed meter (anemometer)
Other Equipment
  • Bilge pump - automatic
  • Pressurized water system
  • Sea water pump
Safety
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Horseshue life buoy
  • Life jackets
Sails
  • Full batten main sail
  • Furling (Roll) Genoa
  • Lazy bag
  • Self-tailing winches
Under deck
  • CD player
  • Radio AM/FM

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Rent this boat
Lagoon 39 (3 Cab)
From the following locations
Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Note: There may be a surchange when renting from bases other than Tortola, British Virgin Islands

About British Virgin Islands

In the northern portion of the Lesser Antilles, due east of Puerto Rico and west of Anguilla, lie the British Virgin Islands. Spread across 150 square km (58 square miles) of blue Caribbean sea, the archipelago comprises more than 50 volcanic and coral islands, including the major islands of Tortola, Anegada, Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke. Some of the smaller islands, such as Mosquito, Necker, Little Thatch and Norman island are privately owned. Saint Thomas, Saint Croix and Saint John are a geographically connected albeit US territory.

Where fresh seafood and Creole-influenced cuisine is concerned, no Caribbean country does it better than the British Virgin Islands. Fungi (say it FOON-gee) is made with thick cornmeal and okra and is practically the national dish of the BVI. Order curried veggies, shredded meat wrapped in delicate pastry and callaloo soup at any five-star restaurant in the British Virgin Islands and don't forget to try tamarind-scented fruit stew for dessert. Most years begin with gusty winds that can blow up to 30 knots for days on end. In February, the winds move eastward. Around June, prevailing winds start to blow in a southeasterly direction and slow to around 10 to 15 knots. Trade winds are weak and weather is unpredictable in September and October. November in the BVI sees more stable weather patterns and gentler breezes. Expect relaxed seas of three to four feet and minimal tidal action when you rent a sailboat in the BVI.

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