The Lagoon 39 Willow Due has four staterooms, each with a queen size bed and two bathrooms. Staterooms are equal sizes which always makes the decision of which one to pick a lot easier! Lots of light from the wrap-around panoramic windows makes the salon very bright and inviting. The cockpit is generous and there is great water access from the wide transoms steps aft. Forward there are trampolines for lazing and listening to the water lap beneath you. Willow Due is air-conditioned with a generator and water-maker for unplugged comfort, perfect for the Grenadines.
Willow Due’s interior is light and bright, thanks to a stylish blend of fabrics and blond Alpi wood laminate joinery. The big vertical windows provide you with beautiful panoramic views when anchored in the Grenadines. The galley is to port, with the nav station ahead of it. The big dinette table will seat six easily.
Designed by naval architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prévost of VPLP, designers of Banquette’s populaire VIII, Gitana XVI, Hugo Boss, Virbac and Macif to name a few. Marc and Vincent made significant changes to the rig and hulls to improve sailing performance over the older Lagoon 38. Most importantly, the mast and center of buoyancy of the hulls are now much farther aft. The bows are also very fine and plumb to maximize waterline length. Willow Due does not have dagger boards to worry about and has a davit system for the tender as well as solar panels to cut down on charging time from the engine or generator for those who want peace and quiet.
Willow Due is a perfect boat for 4 couples who are looking for a bit of extra comfort. Not only is she air-conditioned but she also has a water maker to allow for long showers and unlimited fresh water rinses after enjoying refreshing swims or exciting snorkeling expeditions in the warm Caribbean waters of the Grenadines.
Fuel: 80 gallons (2X40 Gal tanks)
Water: 158 gallons
Engines: 2 x 30 hp Yanmar diesels
WIFI available. data packages available on request