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Table of Contents

  • Specifications
  • I D of Your Boat
  • Technical Specifications
  • Helm Station
  • Electrical Panel
  • Hull / Deck
  • Construction
  • Deck Equipment
  • Access to the Fly
  • Steering System
  • Deckwash Pump
  • Rigging / SAILS
  • Standing Rigging
  • Running Rigging
  • Accommodations
  • Saloon - Galley
  • Portholes - Deck Hatches
  • Curtains - Window Blinds
  • Sliding Window in the Roof
  • Utility Aboard
  • Refrigerators - Icebox - Icemaker
  • Microwave Oven
  • Oven, Hotplates
  • Air Conditioning
  • Water Systems
  • Bilge Pump System
  • Grey Waters
  • Black Waters
  • Fresh Water
  • Electricity
  • Solar Panels
  • 220 V Circuit
  • Electronics
  • Motorization
  • Propellers - Anodes
  • WINTER Storage
  • Preparation
  • Crane Lifting
  • Mast Stepping - Mast Unstepping
  • Safety Equipment
  • General Remarks
  • Maintenance
  • Maintenance Schedule


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  • Page 1 User’s guide...
  • Page 3 Welcome aboard We share a common passion for the sea; we, LAGOON, as catamaran builders and you who want to live your passion on the seven seas. We are delighted to welcome you to the family of LAGOON catamaran owners and we congratulate you on it.
  • Page 4 Vous venez d’acquérir un catamaran Lagoon ! Saviez-vous qu’un club de propriétaires You have just purchased a Lagoon catamaran! Did you know that an owner club exists? existait ? En tant que propriétaire Lagoon, vous bénéficiez d’un accès exclusif à ce club.
  • Page 5 PREAMBLE This user guide is a tool that will enable you to get to know your boat and apprehend the use of the components that are necessary for running her. Some of the equipments mentioned in this guide are optional fittings. A WAY TO MAKE THE MOST OF THIS USER GUIDE In order to have an easier apprehension, this guide offers you two complementary reading levels: .

Page 7: Table Of Contents

Page 9: specifications.

  • Page 11 SERIAL NUMBER OF THE PORT ENGINE: ..........FURTHER INFORMATION: ..............................................................................www.cata-lagoon.com 162, quai de Brazza - 33100 Bordeaux - France Tel. 33 (0) 557 80 92 80 Fax 33 (0) 557 80 92 81 E-mail : [email protected]...
  • Page 12 DESIGN CATEGORIES CATEGORIES MAXIMUM WIND MAXIMUM WAVES Force 9 Established 47 knots Gusts approximately 61 knots 10 metres Category A Force 8 Established 40 knots Gusts approximately 52 knots 8 metres Category B SPECIFICATIONS Force 6 Established 27 knots Gusts approximately 35 knots 4 metres Category C Force 4...

Page 13: Technical Specifications

Page 14: helm station, page 15: electrical panel, page 17: hull / deck.

  • Page 19 The LAGOON 46 is constructed following the infusion process of a DECK FITTINGS polyester resin and a high quality anti-osmotic resin on a core of balsa The fittings on the deck of your LAGOON 46 were selected according and fibreglass layers. to quality criteria.

Page 20: Deck Equipment

Page 21: cockpit.

  • Page 22 STROP - ELECTRIC WINDLASS STROP CIRCUIT ELECTRIC WINDLASS HULL / DECK CONTROL OF THE WINDLASS + WINDLASS CHAIN COUNTER AUTOMATIC BREAKER 1 - Electric windlass. 2 - Electric windlass control. 3 - Windlass automatic breaker. 4 - Windlass control + chain counter (optional).

Page 23: Gangway

Page 24: deckwash pump.

  • Page 25 HULL / DECK ANCHORING Refer to instructions for its use and maintenance. Have your boat head wind and without speed. Pay out the chain while moving back slowly. WARNING Secure the chain on the strop. Windlass operations are dangerous: Release the chain until the strop is taut. - Always keep the ground takle clear and free.

Page 26: Davit

  • Page 27 HULL / DECK 2.10 Davit (optional) After having removed the hold safety devices and moored the tender: - Open the blocker and let the line run until the tender reaches the water. Depending on its fitting out, the boat may have a davit system with a - Cast off the tackle hooks on the davit to the fore and aft of the tender.

Page 28: Tenderlift

  • Page 29 HULL / DECK 2.11 Tenderlift (option) The boat may optionally be fitted with a hydraulic tenderlift. It is automatically switched on when the on board general battery cut-out switch is ON. WARNING The tenderlift is designed to withstand a maximum load of 250 kg and a tender of a maximum length of 3.40 metres.

Page 31: Rigging / Sails

  • Page 32 RIGHTING MOMENT Illustration of the difference of the righting moment existing between a 10 m monohull and catamaran. D: 3 meters d: distance between centre of the bottom and centre of CATAMARAN gravity. RIGGING / SAILS Weight of the boat: 10 tons RMmax: Weight of the boat x d (RMmax: moment of maximum uprighting) RMmax monohull...
  • Page 33 RIGGING / SAILS 3.1 Sailing TRIMMING WHEN CLOSE HAULED (between 75 and 50° of true wind) Wind force given in apparent wind BEWARE - From 0 to 16 knots: full sail; sheet traveller 30 cm above the centre A catamaran is about 6 times more resistant to heeling than a line of the boat, mainsail sheeted with a slightly open leech (boom on monohull.

Page 34: Sails

  • Page 35 RIGGING / SAILS - From 36 to 45 knots: 2 reefs, jib 40%. The sheet traveller is on the - From 33 to 38 knots: 2 reefs, 60% of the jib. The trimmings remain centre line of the boat, the sheet is 1 metre eased off and the boom similar.
  • Page 36 Harken 6058 Poulie Ringot ESP 75 mm 982488 Harken 6084 Poulie Ringot ESP 75 mm 982488 Harken 6084 LG 46 Plan de manœuvre RUNNING RIGGING - JIB CIRCUIT Zone de manoeuvre RD : 25/10/2018- Ind. A Manœuvre area Drisse de...
  • Page 37 Description of the ropes length (m) (mm) The LAGOON 46 has been adjusted by the preparer or the mast Jib halyard manufacturer when first masting. The cables stretch a little during the first sailings. Therefore it is Jib sheet 40 x 2 advisable to have the mast inspected and adjusted by a specialist.
  • Page 38 RUNNING RIGGING - MAST BASE ELECTRIC WINCH BREAKER RIGGING / SAILS 1 - Jib sheet. 6 - Reef 1. 2 - Jib halyard. 7 - Mainsail sheet. 3 - Mainsail halyard. 8 - Reef 2. 4 - Boom topping lift. 9 - Reef 3.
  • Page 39 RIGGING / SAILS 3.3 Running rigging 3.4 Sails The mainsail and jib sheets, the topping lift, the reefing lines, the STANDARD MAINSAIL mainsail and spinnaker halyards, the control lines for the main To hoist the standard mainsail: traveller are led back to the manoeuvre station. - Point your boat into wind with engine in gear.
  • Page 40 RUNNING RIGGING - MAINSAIL CIRCUIT - CRUISING SQUARE TOP MAINSAIL FASTENING OF THE CRUISING SQUARE TOP MAINSAIL RIGGING / SAILS 5 - Mainsail sheet. 1 - Mainsail halyard. 6 - Reef 2. 2 - Boom topping lift. 7 - Reef 3. 3 - Lowering the mainsail.
  • Page 41 RIGGING / SAILS CRUISING SQUARE TOP MAINSAIL (optional extra) ROLLER FURLING JIB The cruising square top mainsail halyard is lashed on the eyelet of the Hoist the jib before you get under way, taking advantage of a windless sail, not on the headboard traveller. period of time.
  • Page 42 Code 0 Code 0 RUNNING RIGGING - CODE 0 Babord Repère Désignation Code SPBI Code fournisseur Colisé Qté Poulie simple Emeril. ESP100mm 078038 Harken 6100 portside Ecoute code 0 D12 L48 064813 Tribord starboard Ecoute de spi Spinnacker sheet Babord portside RIGGING / SAILS 1 - Code 0 sheet.
  • Page 43 RIGGING / SAILS CODE 0 (OPTIONAL) Remove the forward lifelines when using the code 0 (risk of damage). Before getting under the way, take advantage of a windless period of time and hoist the code 0. - Secure the swivel to the code 0 headboard. - Secure the furling system to the tack clew.

Page 45: Accommodations

  • Page 47 ACCOMMODATIONS 4.1 Saloon - Galley 4.2 Lighting FLOORBOARDS There are many ways of lighting the saloon, directly or indirectly, de- The floorboards can be lifted up to have access to the different pending on the atmosphere you want to create. technical components on board.
  • Page 49 ACCOMMODATIONS 4.3 Portholes - Deck hatches 4.5 Sliding window in the roof (optional) The portholes and deck hatches have locking systems to keep them in The saloon may be fitted with a large sliding roof window. a closed position. To release the window in the low position, pull the latches in the upper At anchor, intermediate opening position allows the ventilation of the section of the window frame towards the centre.

Page 51: Utility Aboard

  • Page 52 REFRIGERATORS - ICEBOX - MICROWAVE OVEN REFRIGERATOR 1 - Touch screen (according to the lay out). 2 - Microwave oven (optional). 3 - Refrigerator. 4 - Refrigerator / icebox (optional). 5 - Refrigerator / icemaker (optional). UTILITY ABOARD REFRIGERATOR + MICROWAVE OVEN ICEBOX (OPTIONAL) (OPTIONAL)
  • Page 53 UTILITY ABOARD 5.1 Refrigerators - Icebox - Icemaker 5.2 Microwave oven (option) The boat standard features include a 130 l refrigerator located in the The boat may optionally be fitted with a microwave oven located in galley. the galley. It may optionally be fitted with an icebox / refrigerator (144 l) located in the cupboard in the saloon starboard entrance.
  • Page 54 OVEN - HOTPLATES - TELEVISION - DISHWASHER GAS VALVES SALOON TELEVISION UTILITY ABOARD DISHWASHER FRESH WATER SUPPLY VALVE 1 - Oven. 2 - Hotplates. 3 - Gas valves. 4 - Television. 5 - TV antenna booster. 6 - Dishwasher fresh water supply valve. 7 - Dishwasher.
  • Page 55 UTILITY ABOARD 5.3 Oven, hotplates 5.5 Dishwasher (option) The boat is standard fitted with gas oven and hotplates. The boat may optionally be fitted with a dishwasher located in the galley. The gas valves are located in the cupboard under the hotplates. It is supplied with water coming from the fresh water system.Its water The gas bottles are located in the cockpit port forward locker.

Page 56: Air Conditioning

  • Page 57 UTILITY ABOARD 5.6 Air conditioning (option) The boat may be fitted with an optional reversible air conditioning sys- tem. The air conditioning units are located in the cabins and in the saloon. You will find vents in every cabin, header and in the saloon. Before you start the system: - Open the circulating seawater systems (intake valves under the floor- boards in the forward passageways).

Page 58: Heating

  • Page 59 UTILITY ABOARD 5.7 Heating (option) The boat may optionally be fitted with a diesel heating system with circulating water. The boiler is located in the port engine compartment. - Check that the water system valves are open (access through the port engine compartment) and behind each air heater.

Page 61: Water Systems

  • Page 62 BILGE PUMP SYSTEM - GREY WATERS WATER SYSTEMS 1 - Shower pump switch. 4 - Electric bilge pump. 2 - Shower drain pump. 5 - Hull sump. 3 - Front / aft compartment outlet valve. 6 - Manual bilge pump. SEA-COCK SEA-COCK OPEN...
  • Page 63 WATER SYSTEMS 6.1 Bilge pump system RECOMMENDATION Always keep the bilge pumps switched on the A main sump is under the floorboard of each hull. automatic mode with alarm. The fore and aft compartments are linked to these sumps by a bilge We advise you to test the bilge pumps every time you pipe and a valve (access under the floorboards).

Page 64: Black Waters

  • Page 65 WATER SYSTEMS 6.3 Black waters One of the switches next to the toilets makes possible a water intake cycle and a water outlet cycle. The second switch makes possible to carry out a rinse cycle. The boat is fitted with manual toilets and a 120 L black water tank in each floater as standard.

Page 66: Fresh Water

  • Page 67 WATER SYSTEMS 6.4 Fresh water PRESSURE WATER PUMP The pressure water pump is situated the port engine compartment. Its starting is done by using a switch on the electrical panel. FRESH WATER TANKS The boat is standardly equipped with two 300-litres tank located in the RECOMMENDATION fore peak starboard locker.
  • Page 68 SEA WATER PUMP - WATER HEATER SEAWATER PUMP SWITCH WATER HEATER WATER SYSTEMS AFT TRANSOM SHOWER 1 - Sea water supply valve. 2 - Electric pump switch. 3 - Electric sea water pump. 4 - Water heater. 5 - Shower. Please note: you can find the same locations in the other accommodation version.
  • Page 69 WATER SYSTEMS EXTERIOR SHOWER SEA WATER PUMP A shower supplied with hot and cold water (mixing faucet) is located Depending on the lay-out, the boat can be equipped with an electric on the port side of the transom. pump that can supply a tap of the sink with seawater. After switching on the on-board 12 V voltage supply circuit, press the It is supplied by the pressure water pump.

Page 70: Watermaker

  • Page 71 WATER SYSTEMS 6.5 Watermaker (option) The boat may optionally be fitted with a water maker (63 l / hour) lo- cated in the port engine compartment. OPERATION The watermaker works in 12 V. Check that the relevant circuit breaker located in a cupboard to the right of the companionway in the starboard float.

Page 73: Electricity

  • Page 74 12 V ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICITY 1 - Switch of the inverter. 6 - Electrical panel. 2 - Automatic breaker of the inverter. 7 - Cut out coupling / batteries + port engine. 3 - 12 V / 110 V - 220 V inverter. 8 - Boat and starboard engine cutouts.
  • Page 75 ELECTRICITY 7.1 12 V circuit The 12 V consuming appliances circuit breakers are located in a locker to the left of the companionway in the starboard float. They can be wound by pressing a black lug. The main domestic circuit is supplied in 12 V. The service batteries are located in the starboard engine compartment.
  • Page 77 ELECTRICITY 7.4 110 V - 220 V circuit DANGER Never let the end of the boat / shore supply cable SHORE POWER SOCKETS hang in the water; the result may be an electric field Both shore supply sockets are located in the starboard transom. liable to hurt or kill the swimmers nearby.
  • Page 79 ELECTRICITY CHECKING OF THE 110 V - 230 V CONSUMING APPLIANCES To start 110 V - 220 V elements, wait for 10 to 15 seconds between The touchscreen control panel next to the chart table lets you select the start up of each new component (in order to allow the generator the power supply (shore power socket or generator) for the various to become stabilized and be able to give the power necessary for the 110 V - 220 V domestic appliances.
  • Page 81 ELECTRICITY 7.5 Electronics MANUAL 230 V SUPPLY SELECTOR SWITCHES In case of malfunctioning of the multifunction touch screen, it is pos- sible to use the manual emergency switches to supply 220 V to the The boat may be fitted with an optional electronic pack and different boat.
  • Page 82 ELECTRIC LAYOUT 1 - Generator. 2 - Generator automatic breaker. 3 - Touch screen. 4 - Drain valve of generator. 5 - Generator water filter. 6 - Generator water inlet valve. 7 - Engine battery. 8 - Port engine cut-out + coupling / engine batteries cut outs.
  • Page 83 SUMMARY FOR THE 12 V COMPONENTS CHARGE AND ELECTRICAL CONVERSION 1 x 220 V / 12 V - 60 A charger Engines + board 1 x 220 V / 12 V - 40 A charger (optional extra) Engines + board 2 x 12 V - 125 A alternators Recharge service bank, battery engines, generator BATTERIES / CONSUMING APPLIANCES...
  • Page 84 SUMMARY FOR THE 110 V - 220 V COMPONENTS GENERATOR Force 11 Kva in 220 V 100% of its charge in 220 V - 50 Hz Force 13,5 Kva in 110 V 100% of its charge in 110 V - 60 Hz SHORE POWER SOCKETS Shore power socket Board 220 V - 50 Hz 32 A simple shore power socket...
  • Page 85 SUMMARY FOR THE 110 V - 220 V COMPONENTS CONSUMING APPLIANCES VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL PANEL Television (optional) 220 V Inverter or 220 V panel Outlets 220 V Inverter or 220 V panel Dishwasher (optional) 220 V Inverter or 220 V panel Microwave oven (optional) 220 V Inverter or 220 V panel...

Page 87: Motorization

  • Page 88 ENGINE LAYOUT PORT ENGINE + STARBOARD ENGINE POWER SUPPLY SWITCH ENGINE WATER COUPLING CUT-OUTS CUT OUT INLET VALVE WATER FILTER MOTORIZATION 1 - Fuel valve. 2 - Fuel tank. 3 - Fuel filter. 4 - Sea water filter. 5 - 12 V battery. 6 - Engine.
  • Page 89 MOTORIZATION 8.1 Engines ENGINE START WITH BATTERY COUPLING In case one of the start battteries is not available: - Activate (ON position) the coupling cut out located in the port engine ACCESS compartment. You have access to the engines through the transom extension hatches. - Start the engine concerned.
  • Page 91 MOTORIZATION Inspect and clean the water strainers regularly (access through the MAINTENANCE OF THE TANKS engine holds). Regularly check the O rings of the fillers for good condition (to prevent water from entering the tanks). VENTILATION OF THE ENGINE BAY Do not turn off the fuel taps after each use (except in case the boat is The engine bay fans start up automatically as soon as the engines unattended for long).
  • Page 93 MOTORIZATION 8.3 Propellers - Anodes 8.4 Dash board PROPELLERS On the dash board you can find all the functions to monitor the engine. The propellers supplied with your boat are the result of tests carried out jointly with the engine manufacturer. Please refer to the engine instruction guide supplied with the boat;...

Page 95: Winter Storage

  • Page 96 WINTER STORAGE...
  • Page 97 WINTER STORAGE 9.1 Laying up - Install an air dehumidifier in the saloon and leave the cabin and sto- rage unit doors open (stowage cupboards, icebox). - Leave the ventilators of the deck hatches in open position to avoid - Take ashore all the ship’s log, the ropes that are not used for mooring condensation, mold and oxidation.

Page 99: Handling

  • Page 100 DIMENSIONS FOR CRANE LIFTING HANDLING 2480 mm 8970 mm...
  • Page 101 All further handling shall be carried out with the highest care by pro- fessionals. DANGER If the LAGOON boatyard are not involved in your handling operations, Do not stay on board or under the boat during they cannot cover under guarantee any possible accidents linked to craning.

Page 103: Safety

  • Page 104 SAFETY...

Page 105: Prevention

Page 106: gas system, page 107: fire.

  • Page 108 INSIDE SAFETY EQUIPMENTS 1 - Extinguisher. 2 - Emergency exit. 3 - Extinguisher vent. 4 - Distress flares. 5 - First aid kit. 6 - VHF (optional extra). 7 - ..........8 - ..........9 - ..........SAFETY 10 - .......... 11 - ..........
  • Page 109 SAFETY ESSENTIAL PRUDENCE RULES DANGER Never: Use CO2 extinguishers only to fight electrical fires. - Obstruct access to the emergency exits. Evacuate the area immediately after discharging the - Obstruct safety controls (fuel valves, gas valves, power switches). product to prevent asphyxia. - Obstruct the access to the extinguishers placed in cupboards or loc- Ventilate before entering.
  • Page 110 OUTSIDE SAFETY EQUIPMENTS MANUAL BILGE 1 - Crank location. PUMP 2 - Manual bilge pumps. 3A - Location of the life raft. 3B - Location of the life raft. (option tenderlift). 4 - Extinguishers. 5 - Life buoy location. 6 - ..............CRANK LOCATION 7 - ..............

Page 111: Bilge Pump System

  • Page 112 EMERGENCY TILLER - MAN HOLES MANHOLE HATCH EMERGENCY HAMMER SAFETY 1 - Man hole + emergency hammer. 2 - Emergency tiller cover 3 - Emergency hammer (option tenderlift). EMERGENCY TILLER EMERGENCY HAMMER COVER OPTION TENDERLIFT Please note: you can find the same locations in the other accommodation version.

Page 113: General Remarks

Page 115: maintenance.

  • Page 116 MAINTENANCE 12.1 Maintenance schedule HULL / DECK FITTING / HULL Clean the hull with appropriate products ......QUATERLY Clean s/s parts ..............QUATERLY The information given hereafter are only examples and it is not an Dismount, clean and grease winches ........ANNUAL exhaustive list.
  • Page 117 MAINTENANCE UPHOLSTERY AND COVERS WATERMAKER Rinse / clean the different covers ........QUATERLY Check and clean the sea water suction strainers ....QUATERLY Dry the outside upholstery before its storage ....WHEN USED General inspection by the manufacturer ........ ANNUAL REFRIGERATION UNIT PLUMBING Defrost the refrigerators and freezer ........QUATERLY...
  • Page 119 ......................................................................................................................................This document is not contractually binding. Descriptions, illustrations, etc are provided only for your guidance. Our models may undergo some standard modifications or improvements without notice. Cover photo: Lagoon photographic library - Nicolas Claris...

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