The Lagoon 39 “Black Cat” is the first catamaran to be featured in The Yachting Club fleet. Its operation in the world of charters started in a base in Sibenik, in the Mandalina Marina and it has been sailing with our guests on the Adriatic Sea since then. The “Black Cat” was built in France in 2015 and we have already configured and equipped it during the construction phase to ensure comfortable sailing not only during the hot summer but also during the off-season. That’s why the “Black Cat” catamaran is equipped with Webasto, which is a heating system that can be useful during spring, late autumn and even winter cruises.
The Lagoon 39 is one of the most popular charter catamarans in the world and it provides a perfect balance between sailing comfort, nautical features and charter price. The Black Cat catamaran has 4 double cabins with bathrooms and two single bow cabins for crew and guests to sleep in. In total, the Black Cat catamaran can accommodate up to 12 people (spaces in cabins and a double sofa bed in the living room). The bow cabins will also be a great place for children to sleep.
The Lagoon 39 yacht is often chosen by families with children. Generally speaking, catamarans are ideal for sailing even with the youngest sailors due to the almost complete lack of leaning and large space inside, both in the cockpit or on the bow. And the nets hanging between the floats on the bow of the yacht are a favourite place for all children, who use it as a springboard or an observation point.
The skipper’s position is located on a half deck, which guarantees good visibility and simultaneous contact with the crew resting in the cockpit or on the bow.
Shared meals can be enjoyed at a large table in the cockpit or in the living room. A practical kitchen allows you to prepare delicious dishes for all guests – the Lagoon 39 “Black Cat” catamaran is equipped with everything you need: pots, cutlery, dishes, wine glasses, coffee machine, coffee pot and a drink shaker. If you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the coastal towns and stay for a few days at anchor berths and deserted islands, you can easily prepare meals for your crew (a two-burner kitchen with a gas oven where you can even bake your favourite pizza, bread or cake).
When starting your cruise from Sibenik, it is worth sailing right next to the sea farming of mussels and oysters. Nothing tastes as good as home-made, marine-style mussels or oysters with white wine served on the background of the setting sun.