*All prices are per week and are in U.S. Dollars.

  • Jan7-Jan28
  • 11,019/w
  • Jan29-Apr15
  • 13,275/w
  • Apr16-Jun3
  • 10,095/w
  • Jun4-Aug26
  • 5,975/w
  • Aug27-Oct28
  • 5,975/w
  • Oct29-Dec2
  • 10,095/w
  • Dec3-Dec18
  • 5,975/w
  • Dec19-Jan6
  • 19,912/w

Hearts Desire – Lagoon 46

  • 4 Cabins
  • Air conditioning
  • Autopilot
  • Barbecue – Propane gas
  • Bimini Top
  • Cell Phone
  • Chart plotter
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Cockpit Light
  • Cockpit Speakers
  • Deck Shower
  • Depth Sounder
  • Dinghy – Rigid Hull Inflatable
  • Dinghy – With Center Console
  • Dinghy Motor – 20 h.p.
  • Electric windlass
  • Foresail – Roller Furling
  • Freezer – Electric
  • Generator – 5kW
  • GPS Chart plotter at helm
  • Helm – Wheel
  • Ice Box
  • Inverter
  • Mainsail – Lazy Jacks
  • Mainsail – Slab Reefing
  • Refrigeration
  • Salt and fresh water pumps in galley
  • Self Tacking Jib
  • Snorkel Equipment
  • Solar panel (flex on bimini)
  • Spray Hood/Dodger
  • Stove / Oven
  • Swim platform(s)
  • Tuner – USB, AUX, Bluetooth
  • VHF Radio w/DSC
  • Water-maker, 16 gph

Hearts Desire – [Proficiency Level 3]

Hearts Desire, our new Lagoon 46, is the true definition of the term “fully loaded” . She truly has everything you will need to have the perfect sailing vacation in the stunning Grenadines. Generator, air conditioning, water maker and even underwater lights make this yacht stand out in any anchorage day or night.

Lagoon Catamarans, builders of the new Lagoon 46, focused squarely on greater comfort as a key goal of its new model.
The French builder has charged former Renault designer Patrick le Quément with the task of exceeding owners’ expectations on comfort in this very competitive market.

The iconic design team at VPLP has made fundamental changes to the successful formula of the old 450. Chief amongst these is moving the mast of the new 46 further aft on the coachroof. “We brought our years of experience in designing top racing boats to this project to find the perfect balance between performance, autonomy, reliability, and ease of use,” says Vincent Lauriot-Prévost. “By positioning the mast a bit further aft, at 53% of the hull length, we created a good ratio of hull length to displacement speed that also reduces pitching.” The 140.1 square metre sail plan has a high aspect ratio mainsail mounted on a slightly shorter canoe boom for easier maneuvering with a square topped main and a FlatWinder powered block for the traveller. The furling jib is self-tacking for easy upwind sailing and the forward triangle is large to allow a choice of downwind sails. “We were aiming for a cruising speed of nine to fourteen knots and have been very happy with the results,” says Vincent Lauriot-Prévost. This makes the 46 a breeze to sail short handed.

“We call the new look that we used aboard the 46 ‘modern homely minimalism’. We used the same style and materials we used aboard the 50 where beauty and comfort meet space and light to create luxury. Walnut and larch woods set a chocolate brown and cream palette with warm, soft contrasts. We also used indirect lighting so that spaces have suffused, relaxing light that is balanced and even.”

Boarding the 46, the sense of openness is surprising. “We thought hard about the perception of available space,” says Massimo Gino, of Nauta interior designs. “Décor and style are important, but light and views are also key. Window size and height open up sightlines and let a space breathe.”

The aft cockpit and the salon can be lived as a continuous space thanks to windows and doors that slide open wide. The cockpit has a couch, a portside table with banquette seating, and a lounging area starboard. Add to these the living area in the salon with L-shaped couches and a pouf: More than room for a family, there’s room for a crowd.

The J-shaped galley is next to the aft cockpit so that serving is fast and easy and everything that you need is close at hand. With the deck and the floor on the same level, the whole area becomes a unit where movement between indoors and outdoors flows easily. There is an opening window fore in the salon that connects the large foredeck lounging area with the rest of the boat.

Because the foredeck aboard the Lagoon 46 is no longer an isolated spot, sometimes it is nice to have your own private refuge aboard. For this reason the suits aboard the 46 are extremely comfortable, with large island beds, excellent natural light and ventilation, and en-suite facilities with large showers.

The Lagoon 46 catamaran epitomizes the Barefoot lifestyle:  Invite your friends and family for some easy-going island hopping with a healthy serving of extreme comfort, that will make your charter the best you have ever had. WOW EVERYONE !

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