◆ Type: Catamaran◆ Length: 11,97 mt◆ Guests: 8◆ Cabins: 4

Maisha - Lagoon 400

General description

The Lagoon 400 is a spacious, comfortable, luxurious and contemporary catamaran with blond oak finishes and wooden floors. It comfortably accommodates 8 guests with its 4 double cabins, the spacious saloon and the stern area on the same level. Exceptional brightness in the living room and in the cabins (with large windows on the hulls), perfect ventilation throughout the boat, the kitchen is located between the cockpit and the salon. The bow cabins have double beds that can be converted into twin beds, the aft cockpit cabins are large and the engine compartments are far from inhabited areas and perfectly insulated.

Maisha is located in various bases according to the periods, which allow it to move quickly on the side of the northern and eastern coast of Sicily (the Aeolian Islands and Egadi). It is also available in the Gulf of Naples with Castellammare di Stabia base but on request, Maisha will be able to wait for her guests even in intermediate destinations. Marina di Stabia, one of the largest and most modern ports, can be reached by plane, by sea and by land. From Marina di Stabia you can quickly reach Sorrento, the island of Capri, Amalfi, Positano, the Island of Ischia and the Pontine archipelago.

From the port of the "Cala", cradle of the city of Palermo or from the port of Marsala or from that of Trapani, you reach the Egadi islands: Favignana, the best known, Levanzo and Marettimo, the most remote and wild. The itinerary, for those who wanted it, could be enriched by reaching places of enchanting nature like Scopello or the crystal-clear waters overlooking San Vito, whose beach is among the most famous in the world.

Year: 2012
Length: 11,97 mt
Baim: 7,25 mt
Crew: 1
Guests: 8
Cabins: 4
Max speed: 5 knots
Engines: 2 x 29 cv YANMAR 3YM30 / 2 x 29 HP YANMAR 3YM30
Cruise speed: 7 knots
  • Air conditioning

  • Wi-Fi

  • TV SAT in cabin

  • Hi-fi stereo with CD player

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