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Welcome. Welcome to our floating home! A 41 foot Lagoon 410 S2, built in 2005. She’s a comfortable ride. In the starboard (right) pontoon is the owners quarters. These consist of a bed, small office, bathroom with a shower. On the port (left) side is the guest accommodations; Aft we have a berth. Midships is a bathroom complete with toilet, sink and shower. Forward is another berth (currently used purely for storage).

We are very happy with her. She’s an owner’s version (three cabins instead of four). She boasts 41 feet. We’d been in the market for a Lagoon 380 and actually walked away with from one. Long story short, 15K is what broke the deal. That exact boat is still on the market at a reduced price. Now, you wouldn’t think 3’ makes a big difference, but it’s huge. Bigger kitchen. Much bigger cockpit. Much much wider in general.

What are our favourite bits? Asides from the owners setup, she has a water maker (turns salt water into fresh). That’s a big one when living off the grid in the salty blue pond. She came with a Parasailor which is a spinnaker of sorts. Her bones are in good shape. She came with a ton of gear; Life jackets, ropes, life raft, radar, tons of spare engine parts and more. 

I’ll let the pictures do the rest of the talking….

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Anchored in the Bahamas. Hamlet Cay.

Saloon

The Saloon. Nav station on the left.

Galley

Galley complete with top loading & front loading fridges.

Guest Bathroom

Guest Bathroom

Guest Toilet

Guest Toilet

Cockpit complete with Ashley's new slip covers.

Cockpit complete with Ashley’s new slip covers.

Cockpit & Solar panels

Cockpit & Solar panels

Guest Bedroom

Guest Bedroom

Guest Hallway

Guest Hallway

Owners Bathroom

Owners Bathroom

Owners Bed

Owners Bed

Ben's Office

Ben’s Office

Owners Shower

Owners Shower

Owners Toilet

Owners Toilet



7 responses to “Our Boat – 2005 Lagoon 410”

  1. Sean says:

    beautiful! how is the head room for you?

    • Ben says:

      It’s pretty decent at 6’4″. My height was the one thing that excluded many boats from the start. There’s only a handful that qualify.

      I can stand in the Saloon all the way to the stove (where it starts to slope down). Bed is good too. In the pontoons I use a slight neck tilt to get around 🙂 Cockpit has oodles of height with the bimini being as high as it is.

  2. Carley says:

    Wow! It looks AWESOME! Beauty of a home xx

  3. Nick Carter says:

    I can’t believe i have just come across this, this is awesome! i love your boat. I dont want to be cheeky and ask for exact price, but can you tell me how much in a region it cost (e.g. 300,000 – 400,000) I love your blog. Living the dream!

  4. Darryl says:

    Awesome cat. Are there anything you would change or is lacking on your model? Thanks for the tour and insight on how you two are making it happen.

    • Ben says:

      Hi Darryl,

      Not really. Absolutely love our setup now. Took us a while but things that we’ve added since purchase include the hard top, wind generator, arch with solar.

      Would always buy an owners version. It is so nice having one pontoon all to ourselves.

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