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  • S/Y P-B

    Tambon Krasom, Chang Wat Phang-nga, Thailand

    Rent Price

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      The Bareboat Charter Rates include:

    • First & last night mooring at Simpson Marine pontoon in Phuket Ao Po Grand Marina
    • Dinghy & outboard engine
    • Safety equipment, Navigation equipment, Cruising guide
    • GPS / chart plotter/ autopilot
    • Bimini-top
    • First-aid & tool kit
    • Cooking gas
    • 1 set of linen, towels, beach towels per person/week
    • Snorkeling gear
    • All local taxes & VAT

    The Bareboat Charter Rates do not include:

    • End cleaning: 175.- EUR/charter (obligatory)
    • Food & Beverages
    • Personal Travel Insurance, Cancellation/Curtailment Insurance, and Charterer’s Liability Insurance
    • Land transportation
    • Diesel, fuel and water
    • National Park fees
    • Other not-mentioned on water and/or onshore activities/services

    Generator Option:Extra charge of 5.- EUR per running hour, incl. diesel for usage of generator. (Generator is needed to run air-conditioning, Water maker and any extensive use of electricity) Additional Options:

    • Skipper:  150.- EUR per day
    • Thai cook/Hostess: 150.- EUR per day
    • Deckhand: 130.- EUR per day
    • Provisioning service: 90.- EUR per time (food cost shall be paid at embarkation against all receipts)
    • Children Safety Net: 200.- EUR per charter
    • SUP: 30.- EUR per day
    • Kayak: 20.- EUR per day
    • Fishing Rod: 15.- EUR per day

    General information

    Hull material


    Boat Hull






    S/Y P&B is a 2017 Lagoon 42 in owner's version (3-cabin layout). Being one of Lagoon’s newest cruising cat, she's renowned for her remarkable shape of being both curvaceous and sleek, not to mention fun to move (or lounge) about. This freshly designed 42 is a perfect sailing catamaran for one or two families or a group of close friends who gather to discover the Andaman islands together, whether is be short island hops or a bit farther afield.

    The exterior designer Patrick Le Quement with the naval architects of France’s VPLP Design, renowned for their racing hulls, created Lagoon 42’s curvy lines.The deck is designed to improve the circulation onboard, the transoms are wide enough for boarding from a dock or dinghy, and with just two low steps up to the single-level cockpit. The dinette to the starboard can comfortably seat eight, a lounge to port is cozy for a couple, and there're small seating along the space just ahead of the davits.

    The raised helm to port ensures easier communication between the skipper and the rest of the crew in the cockpit, while having good visibility forward. Unlike many crowded helm stations, here is plenty of room for two people to work, one steering and one managing the lines. There is also room behind the helm seat for passing through down to the cockpit. Despite its ample size and power, Lagoon 42 can be easily sailed single-handed, as everything—from the B&G multi-function display to the Spin-lock rope clutches—is within reach of the Goiot wheel. Steps lead up to the coachroof for access to the boom or the integrated sun pad.

    A three-panel glass door leads seamlessly from the cockpit to the saloon located on the same level. The saloon is spacious and easy to move around. The L-shaped settee runs athwart-ships and also serves as a seat for the outboard-facing navigation station; this salon settee can be early converted into a double berth to accommodate totally 8 guests sleeping onboard. The U-shaped galley is split, with a three-burner Eno stove and a single sink to starboard and refrigeration to port. The top-loading fridge is just at the edge of the stairs to the port hull. 

    In this owner’s layout, the entire starboard hull is dedicated to be the 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 tallest 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. The bow compartment is setup with additional bunk to be used as additional sleeping quarters.

    Accommodation and Crew

    Overnight guests


    Day guests


    Number of cabins


    Cabin configuration

    3 doubles

    Number of bathrooms



    Cruise Speed, kn


    Max Speed, kn



    2 x Yanmar 4JH57 (57HP)


    Onan Generator (11kva, 220v/50Hz)




    42.0 ft


    25.3 ft


    4.1 ft


    First aid kit

    Fire extinguisher


    Tenders and Toys

    Snorkelling gear


    Air conditioner



    Hot cold cockpit shower


    Cockpit loudspeakers






    Tambon Krasom, Chang Wat Phang-nga, Thailand