The Lagoon 38 boosts the largest number of boats presently doing circumnavigations and is the most successful charter yacht in the world for very good reasons. They are fast, easy to handle and safe.
Isaphil is well-equipped with a full suite of electronics, and her fastidious owners have also added several touches not usually found on charter yachts of this type – both hot and cold water at the deck shower; additional fresh water capacity; solar panels; and high quality upholstery. She has a simple but efficient deck lay-out, 360 degree vision in the rounded saloon and extremely well insulated engine compartments located a good way from the living quarters. This yacht can easily be handled by just two people, but is comfortable for up to 6. A davit system makes handling the dingy a breeze and protects it from theft at night. No need to stress about daggerboards, the lagoon 38 has short fixed ballast-less keels and draws only 3.5 feet which means you will be able to anchor close to the beaches and in those perfect secluded shallows lagoons of the southern Grenadines.
Isaphil has three staterooms with the master suit being the entire starboard hull and has a private bathroom. The second bathroom is shared between the two staterooms in the port hull. Isaphil is a very easy boat to sail and even singlehanded. Perfect for couples looking for the magical privacy of sailing together, alone. She is also perfect for families or groups of friends who don’t mind a little inequality in sleeping arrangements. Isaphil is fitted with solar panels that keep the batteries charged, the tunes playing, the frozen stuff frozen and the beers or kids drinks ice-cold.
Beam: 21′ 5″
Draft: 3′ 9″
Fuel: 50 gallons (25/tank)
Water: 158 gallons
Engines: 2 x 29 hp diesel