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LAGOON CATAMARANS: We Finally Went To The ‘Dark Side’! | Sailing Vlog 81 | Sailing Ruby Rose





Yeeeeaaah we did!

This 7 days we sailed our friend’s Lagoon 400 catamaran and, feel it or not, we experienced some thoughts about it. I know, shocker.

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25 comments

  1. Did you show her the escape hatch ? 😜

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  2. Having pufchased a F P Lipari 41 in 2010 and spent 3 and a half years living aboard both in the Med and Australia I tjink you would be very happy with a cat. As you mentioned 95% of your time is spent at anchor and most cruisers try to avoid upwind passages. I have raced momohulls for 15 years and was very happy with the FP's performance.

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  3. Sail boats are boats, catamarans are like RV’s with slide outs, I would stay with a cat for live aboard comfort.

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  4. I dont know about Cats they are nice but they definitely dont give me that Boaty feeling , not to mention the modern ones look like floating futuristic apartments , no boat vibe whatsoever or maybe Im just an old school dude lol

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  5. I sooooooo want to know what is on the cutting room floor after the diatribe comment. Me thinks at cat is in your future and I'll put money on it.

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  6. slaming at 15 knts ??????

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  7. interesting that you should have tried about the ugliest boat around ( tho was not actually a choice as it was an offer , a very kind offer ) , i dont understand how you can be so adamant about catamaran sailing characteristics and performance since you have only sailed for a few hours on an example which is generarlly accepted as a dreadfull sailor,, eg,, i can get easy 7 kn in a 15kn wind on my 3o year old cat , i think that you should reserve your judgment until you have tried more boats, there are many many MANY far far better sailing and interesting cats around than lagoon , or the other ones which you have mentioned an interest in,,, once you really start looking seriously you will find them.. and ,,, you stole " Kittywakes " theme tune !! thanks, as always an entertaining video ..

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  8. Sailboat VS Catamaran. This will get interesting.

    Stay away from the Dark side, stick to the light side of beautiful sailboats. 🙂

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  9. when i hit the big lotto, my biggest dilemma will be deciding between a hallberg rassy 48 mono or a st francis 50 cat

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  10. #diatribesmatter

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  11. Nick, Therysa, you two looked right at home on that cat with an owners suite of course! More room for solar too. You both will make the right decision for you. Cheers!

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  12. Amazing camera and editing work! You guys could do it professionally.😁😉🤗

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  13. NICK (RHETORICALLY) "What is the compromise?"
    DANA $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ If you've got it. The Cat is the way to go!!!

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  14. I think you left the "Dark Side" and went into the "light" and if you get to sail a well designed ie: designed to sail, cat it will feel so much better at any point of sail.

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  15. I will literally cry for 22sec the day you guys make a pact with the devil 😂

    I love the space in the cat.
    And understand you SO well.
    -God I wish I had enough money to discover it doesn't make me happy 😒
    Fair winds,,,,,,,,/),,,,,,,,,,

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  16. Thanks for sharing…So I only started sailing about 2 years ago. Trained and raced a couple times on Mono. I have sailed/crewed more than 1500 miles on 3 different Catamarans. FP Helia, 2000 Lagoon 48ft , and a Lagoon 52 foot. We are searching for a previously owned Bluewater liveaboard Catamaran for a 3-10 year circumnavigation. We have gone full circle. Light fast, Heavy slow. Dagger boards no Dagger Boards. In the end I figure you're at passage 10-15% of the time. So we are leaning more towards the heavier more comfort then the light less comfort and less storage. We are open to it all but are currently favoring the older Privileges .

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  17. Theresa looks pretty dam relaxed and good on the cat….See ya at the next boat shows…lol

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  18. I get it right this time CRUISING OFF DUTY!

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  19. That slapping noise puts me off cats which happens more often than not very difficult to sleep with that going on, Plus you have to be careful that you don't over load them with cargo or they slow right down, Have you considered a larger monohull ?  Keep Well.

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  20. Just sharing recommend the channel (sailing off duty) might help in your decision-making on a catamaran. Love you two. You make us smile every time we watch your video.

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  21. A big part of passage safety is the ability to make forward progress at an acceptable rate in order to avoid storms and weather. Passages are often dictated by weather windows. For years I have watched ARC fleets cruise/race across the Atlantic for winter fun in the sun. In fact you can watch it now at https://yb.tl/arc2018# live. The Lagoon Cats always fare poorly. Mid pack at best, usually in the last 1/3 of the fleet. Take a look for your self. Cat Impi seems to have it figured out though 🙂 Cheers all!

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  22. Hi. You said that you would be trying other cats and I think that is very smart, as I have owned 4 very different ones (currently a Lagoon). I would suggest trying a performance design with centreboard if you can get on one. May be more to your liking. They add a nice boost to both upwind and downwind performance. Such as Australian designs like Fusion, Schonning, although very rare in the Med.

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  23. If you have a chance sail a seawind 1160 or 1260. Performance sailing and still a decent amount of luxury….

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  24. Outremer isn't that what most monohull sailers can tolerate as far as sailing performance goes? And they are so cheap… NOT! ☺

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  25. What is that yellow canister looking thing at the stern of the catamaran?

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