Sailing catamaran HARMONY, a brand, new Lagoon 380, is poised to launch guests on a Caribbean adventure. The original design brief of this superb model focused on the lifestyle of owners and guests, and considered how the modern cruising catamaran is used. The successful result is a layout with open circulation, lots of daylight, excellent visibility, very good ventilation, safety of movement on deck, and a huge primary aster cabin starboard with very spacious bathroom and shower.
HARMONY is of the "Infinity range" which was the later model, with a slight upgrade on the specs. The yacht features a roomy, secure, enclosed cockpit area with a deep design that is good for safety. U-shape banquette seating and cockpit table fit six adults very comfortably. Dual sliding glass doors and pass-through window connect the cockpit to the galley and saloon. The galley position makes for efficient serving indoors or out and keeps the yacht cooler.
The interior layout is simple and efficient, inviting and comfortable. A surround of large vertical windows flood the saloon and galley with daylight, provide 360-degree views, accommodate 6 foot 7 inches of headroom, and create a greater sense of space inside. Guest cabins are also spacious with 6 foot 4 inches of headroom. The primary cabin in the starboard hull is of a size normally found on a much larger build. Cabin beds are very comfortable and just slightly shorter in length than queen size. HARMONY has numerous opening hatches for excellent ventilation of the cabins and saloon.
On deck, guests move around easily and safely thanks to wide side decks and a rigid walkway between the trampolines. Transom platform access from the deck to the sea and dinghy is down safe, non-skid steps. Guests can step off Harmony right into one of her kayaks, ease into the sea for a refreshing swim, or explore on the stand-up paddle board.
HARMONY is a yacht in which guests feel safe, well equipped, and extremely comfortable. She is easy to maneuver, with a double helm seat that beckons guests to take a few sailing tips from the crew and try their hand at the wheel. Or just relax, sip a tropical drink, and watch the scenery float by.