Welcome Guest

Shopping cart

Your cart is empty.

News and Notes

  • Be Prepared! by Lagoon Inside

    July 31, 2013

    The notions of safety and comfort onboard a blue water cruising boat are always something very personal. Indeed, two boats making the same trip will not necessarily have the same equipment!

    François, a very pleasant Lagoon 400 owner, plans to join the Mediterranean to sail several months a year. But before that he wants to test himself and his crew on the occasion of the famous “ARC” transatlantic rally. He recently asked me for advice on preparing his Lagoon in terms of equipment and safety.

  • BLUE WATER SAILING Magazine reviews the Jeanneau 469

    July 26, 2013

    BLUE WATER SAILING Magazine - August 2013
    "Last February, after the Miami Strictly Sail boat show at Miamarina, we had a chance to spend a couple of hours sailing the new Sun Odyssey 469 that had been introduced at the show in the tropical waters off Miami Beach. We joined Jeanneau America’s President Paul Fenn and Erik Stromberg, Jeanneau’s Sailboat Product Manager, at the Miami Beach Marina and when we got underway we fired up the 75 horsepower Yanmar and motored smartly out through Government Cut to the open ocean."
    Reed more here:

  • LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS - District 13 - Week 30/13

    July 25, 2013

    LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS - District 13 - Week 30/13
    http://navcen.uscg.gov/pdf/lnms/lnm13302013.pdf

  • 10,000 Mile Delivery Trip on a Lagoon 450

    July 19, 2013

    "Congratulations from Naos Yacht sales to Brian Fitzpatrick and his mate Andrew Starr. They just completed a long journey together from France to California. Brian bought a Lagoon 450 one year ago precisely to bring it back to America. They crossed more than 20 countries during their trip, which made them discover many parts of the world indeed: France, Spain, Portugal, Canary Islands, Santa Lucia, Saint Vincent, the Grenadines, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Venezuela, Colombia, Dutch ABCs, San Blas Islands, Bolivia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, USA."

  • LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS - District 13 - Week 29/13

    July 17, 2013

    LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS - District 13 - Week 29/13
    http://navcen.uscg.gov/pdf/lnms/lnm13292013.pdf

  • LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS - District 13 - Week 28/13

    July 11, 2013

    LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS - District 13 - Week 28/13
    http://navcen.uscg.gov/pdf/lnms/lnm13282013.pdf

  • Check Out All That Is New & Improved @ 700 28th St Anacortes

    July 1, 2013

    Our new facility has been open for a little while now, and we are getting the hang of the new location. Be sure to stop by and say hello to our outstanding crew at the yard, but don't forget to stop by the new location and check out all the new options and features we have to offer with the retail store, demo room, Ullman sail loft in house, small boat center AND a huge new storage facility with both outside and heated indoor storage options for you to entertain.

    Regardless of your boating needs, we strive to be your one-stop-boating-shop in Anacortes.

  • LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS - District 13 - Week 26/13

    June 27, 2013

    LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS - District 13 - Week 26/13
    http://navcen.uscg.gov/pdf/lnms/lnm13262013.pdf

  • 2013 Jeanneau Rendezvous pictures on line

    June 26, 2013

    The 13th Annual Can/Am Jeanneau Rendezvous is in the history books, and it was a magnificent event. A HUGE "Thank You" to all the boats, skippers and crew who joined us for the fun in the sun on the Summer Solstice (Summer Sailstice), and of course to all the gracious and generous sponsors without whom these events would not be possible!

    The fist set of pictures are all complements of Jeanneau America, more specifically Paul Fenn and Valerie Toomey, who joined us for this years event.

  • A Review on Headsails by LAGOON INSIDE

    June 14, 2013

    Foresails

    14 June 2013 Posted by Alex from Lagoon under Technical world

    The range of foresails on a modern boat has really developed over the past 20 years. The concept of “foresail” may be a bit complex for sailors to understand nowadays. My purpose here is just to give you a few “tips” in order to help you to make the right choice.

    The main criteria for defining a foresail are:

    - the angle of use with regard to the wind,

    - its operating range depending on the strength of the wind.

Pages