Lagoon 42  Catamaran 

Newest in The Fleet. So much great space.

Lagoon 42 Charter Catamaran

Available in San Diego.

Lagoon 42 Full Charter Specs [PDF] - coming soon


43'8" / 13.3m

3 Cabins

Sleeps 6


Up to 12 for day charters


25'3" / 7.7m

3 Heads

With separate shower stalls

Air Conditioning

And a Sweet Tender


Lagoon 42 Catamaran for Charter : San Diego

Proximity is a fully loaded Lagoon 42 Owner’s Version. She’s benefited from significant upgrades since launch in 2021, including a 12 Volt Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning system, Lithium Batteries, 1100W of Solar, Spectra Z-Ion Watermaker, and a deluxe Inmar Center Console Dinghy.

She’s perfectly equipped for a long San Diego weekend, and even more so for adventures up into the Channel Islands or extended time on the hook, where you and your crew can enjoy her many social spaces and lounge areas.

Lagoon 42 Exterior:

(from Sail Magazine Review, edited for length)

The transoms are wide enough to preclude any embarrassing moments boarding from a dock or dinghy, and just two low steps lead up to the single-level cockpit. Here a dinette to starboard will seat eight, a lounge to port will be cozy for two, and another small seat spans the space just ahead of the davits.

The raised helm is to port, and communication is easy from here to the cockpit while visibility forward is fairly good, especially if you’re tall. There is plenty of room for two people to work, and even room behind the helm seat for a third person to stand or pass through down to the cockpit.

Steps also lead up to the coachroof for access to the boom or the integrated sun pad. The helm ergonomics have truly been optimized, from the centered window cut into the composite top that provides a clear view of the mainsail, down to the many handholds for anyone who doesn’t have a grip on the wheel.

Lagoon 42 Interior:

(from Sail Magazine, cont.)

A three-panel glass door leads seamlessly from the cockpit to the saloon, which is located on the same level. The U-shaped galley is split, with a three-burner Eno stove and a single sink to starboard and refrigeration to port.

The L-shaped settee runs athwartships and also serves as a seat for the outboard-facing nav station. The saloon is spacious and will move traffic well, but it would benefit from an overhead hatch, as the only ventilation comes from two forward opening windows.

Our test boat featured the owner’s layout, with the entire starboard hull dedicated to the private master stateroom. Aft, the island bed is nice and low for easy access, and the large hull windows let the captain check out the surroundings without getting up. Amidships, a desk is a nice addition. The head forward takes up a third of the hull, with a huge shower compartment that has plenty of room for even the largest of crew.

The aft cabin in the port hull has the same low island berth as the owner’s cabin and a private head with a separate shower stall; the forward cabin has an integrated head/shower combination and provides access to the bow compartment that may be used as additional sleeping quarters

Lagoon 42 Interior Layout

Day Charters

Cruise Around the Bay with Friends
$1,900starting around
  • Might Include:
  • Tour the San Diego waterfront
  • See dolphins and sea lions
  • Sail under the Coronado bridge
  • Swim at Glorietta Bay
  • Dine at a bayfront restaurant
  • Relaxing at its finest

Captained Charters

Relax, let the pros do the work
$3,035starting around
  • Might Include:
  • Weekend at Mission Bay
  • Whale watching under sail (in season)
  • Sail up to Oceanside, Newport or Catalina
  • Anchoring in remote coves
  • Time for you to shift gears

Bareboat Charters

Create Your Own Adventure
$2,635starting at
  • Might Include:
  • Catch a waterfront concert
  • Fish and whale watch under sail
  • Extended sailing time
  • Swim and surf at Dana Point
  • Dining and entertainment ashore
  • An adventure of your own