• Boat type
    Catamaran
  • Boat Length
    38
  • Cabins
    4
  • Max. Guests
    18
  • Build Year
    2016
  • Crew Options
    Not Crewed

About Lagoon 380

In Greek mythology, Calypso was one of the Nereids - fifty goddess-nymphs of the sea. Specifications Type Cruise Sailing Yacht Year built 2016 Length overall (m) 11.55 Beam overall (m) 6.53 Draught (m) 1.15 Water tank (L) 600 Fuel tank (L) 200 Engine power (HP) 2x21 Sail area (m2) 76 Main Sails Fully Battened Berths / Cabins 8/4 Heads 2 Guests 8+2 Equipment GPS + Plotter Depth sounder Bimini Spray hood Auto pilot Wind instruments Dinghy (with oars) Electric windlass Holding tanks Fixed stern gangway VHF Radio/USB

Boat Features

Layout
  • Up to 18 guests in 4 Cabins
Auxiliary
  • Dinghy
Commucanications
  • VHF
Deck
  • Deck shower
Electrical Panel
  • Electric panel
Electricity
  • Batteries switches
Entertainment
  • Multimedia player
Galley
  • Electric Fridge
  • Gaz Valve
  • Gaz bottle
  • Ice box/electric fridge
Navigation
  • Autopilot command
  • GPS
  • Wind instruments
Other Equipment
  • Sea and fresh water foot pump
Safety
  • Distress flares
  • Life jackets
Sails
  • Electric winch
  • Furling (Roll) Genoa
  • Furling (Roll) main sail
Tankage
  • Freshwater Tank Valve
Technical
  • Engine
Tender
  • Outboard
Under deck
  • Manual Bilge pump
Windlass
  • Electric Windlass command

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Rent this boat
Lagoon 380
From the following locations
Volos, Greece
Note: There may be a surchange when renting from bases other than Volos, Greece

About Greece

Peppered with pristine white architecture atop islands scattered through the crystal mediterranean waters, Greece is a dream destination for any sailor. If you plan to visit Athens, Corfu or Skopelos, you are in the perfect place to hire a boat and begin your sailing adventure in Greece from these major harbours.

Charter a yacht and set sail to the Dodecanese Islands, Cyclades Islands, Argo-Saronic Islands or Ionian Islands for day trips and explore the islands on foot. Sail through the karst caves of Crete or take the route from Lefkas to Corfu, Kos to Rhodes and Athens to Syros with your rental boat. These options will fill up a week alone, and yet Greece still has so much more on offer for boating enthusiasts. Don’t forget to pack some of Greece’s best cuisine for a picnic on board, and then anchor down for a snorkeling expedition! While renting a boat in Greece is possible throughout the year, Greece offers the best sailing conditions between July and September. However, high winds are frequent and unpredictable, so invest in a skipper to battle these rougher conditions if you are not an experienced sailor. This will allow you focus on the spectacular views during your trip!

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