Undisputed world champion in its category (more than 700 boats delivered in 2013), the Lagoon 380 is still going strong. It's fast, easy to manoeuvre and safe, and has a legion of fans spread across the world's oceans.

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2015 Lagoon 380

In 2003, Lagoon, a member of the Boat division of the Bénéteau Group, became the world’s biggest builder of cruising catamarans due to its production system, its distribution network and its user feedback. All Lagoons bear the VPLP (Van Peteghem Lauriot Prévost) signature, the most successful firm of naval architects to date in the catamaran sector. The Lagoon catamarans offer an extensive and coherent range of crafts to satisfy all sailing schedules. They are reliable, innovative and fast, easy to handle, comfortable at sea and at anchor. There is a 360° visibility from the saloon and an exceptional luminosity in the cabins thanks to large hull windows.

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Design, Construction and Performance

A unique feature on Lagoon catamarans is that their saloon windows are vertical instead of angled. When you think of the solar heat that is generated in your car via the windshield, you will understand how angled windows can heat up a boat too. But the vertical windows on the Lagoon 380 keep the interior cool and comfortable. The 380 also adds a circular and slightly angled coach roof that makes for an attractive and distinctive look.

The hull construction is polyester and Vinylester resin with a balsa sandwich and a balsa cored deck. There are four watertight bulkheads at the bow and stern of the hulls and the boat is a solid one-piece mold with laminated wooden bulkheads. The 380 will motor between seven and eight knots at a cruising RPM of 2500 depending on wind and waves. Upwind sailing in a breeze less than 10 knots will not set any records and pointing is a bit compromised as the Lagoon has no daggerboards to keep it tracking. But like most multihulls, its favorite point of sail is a beam or a broad reach and it can sail 12-13 knots under the right conditions. The draft with the regular skegs is just under four feet.

Cockpit, Deck & Rigging

The large cockpit on the Lagoon 380 will seat eight comfortably and is open to the interior of the boat with a large sliding glass door and a sliding window to the galley. The helm station on port is well protected from the elements by the cabin top and provides good visibility forward.

The decks are wide and clear and all lines are led aft for easy handling by a couple. The single spreader rig is deck stepped and rises almost 57 feet above the water. The main is fully battened and has a very full roach. There are only two winches that manage the operations of hoisting, trimming and reefing sails, so it couldn’t get much simpler. There is direct access to the cockpit from the port hull transom and hatches on both hulls aft provide excellent access to the sound-proofed compartments that hold the twin Yanmar 27HP diesels (upgraded) with Saildrives.

There is an engine cut-off switch in the cockpit as a quickly accessible safety measure. The Lagoon 380 has eight deck hatches and two additional opening compartments by the mast that open onto the chain locker and the built-in electric windlass. The anchor chain runs inside a fiberglass track that extends from the foot of the mast forward to the crossbeam chainplate and makes for good footing, allowing you to stay out of the trampoline when anchoring.

The storage in the forward parts of both hulls is incredible and provides two garages for lines, fenders, buckets, and in the case of specific models, a watermaker installation. Since a catamaran is basically two boats, the storage is amazing in general but that’s where it gets tricky. Nature may abhor a vacuum but humans cannot tolerate a void, and we have a tendency to fill it with anything that will fit. Of course, weight is a very serious issue on multihulls, especially when it is far forward, so although the 380 provides the room, a prudent mariner will need to exercise restraint when filling it.

Systems, Tankage & Options

There is a sizeable list of options that owners of the 380 may choose from and include everything from the bimini and type of upholstery to a selection of Raymarine or B&G instrumentation, a water cooled reefer, 12V fans and a Lazybag sail cover. An upgrade is also available for the tankage – an optional extra water tank of 86 gallons by the mast to keep the weight amidships, and larger aluminum fuel tanks for 68 gallons total. The beauty of getting a wellfound, slightly used boat is that you get a lot for the money. 

Layout & Accommodations

The Lagoon 380 comes in owner as well as charter versions which differ only slightly; the owner cabin is in the starboard hull with a full bath forward, a large queen berth aft and a desk space in between, whereas the charter boat has identical hulls with four cabins and two shared heads amidships. Again, storage is excellent with plenty of hanging lockers and shelf space. The main saloon has 6’5” headroom and comfortably seats eight at the central table with additional storage under the settees. The galley up layout keeps the cook in the middle of the social action and the sliding glass window instantly connects the galley with the cockpit. The nav station is positioned just inside and close to the helm for good communication.


Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only. Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumption and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker has been told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot and does not guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

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