About Safari

   Safari is a 2003 38′ Lagoon Catamaran three cabin version. With a spacious queen size cabin, stand up shower and head in the starboard hull

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  An aft  queen size cabin, head/shower combo in the port hull

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 And double size cabin forward in the port hull.

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The main solon has plenty of seating for a family, 360 degree view, galley, fridge, stove and oven. 

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Two large sliding doors open the salon area to a spacious cockpit with what I call “stadium” seating, a semi-circular lower bench seat protected from the elements and a “transom couch” which is elevated enough to see over the coach roof.

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A wide deck on each side leads up to the foredeck and trampoline which is a favorite spot for lounging, sleeping under the stars, or that sunset margarita!

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Safari has two diesel engines (iron sails) that will make between 6-7 knots comfortably. Under sail in most conditions she will make about half the wind speed so when its blow’in 20 knots get ready to scoot!

Below is a list of Safari’s equipment

2003 Lagoon 380 owners version
2 queen and 1 double cabins
2 heads, 2 showers (owners separate stall)
New cushions through-out
New Raymarine electronics, with wifi, auto-helm,
Radar, Sonar, AIS
New VHF radio/hailer
New AM/FM radio with Aux.
New 19″ TV/DVD
Blue underwater LED lights
Thermal imaging camera linked to Raymarine MFD
New dingy and 9.9, 4 stroke Yamaha engine
Roller reefing Gennaker
New Quantum Sail Pack
Hard Bimini
“Transom Couch”
Solar panels
Wind Generator
Full enclosure
12v refrigerator
Large cooler
Cockpit table
New Propane stove and oven
Electric Windless, Plow Anchor, 120′ new chain
Hot and cold transom shower
Twin Volvo Diesel engines
Kiwi 3 blade folding props
Gas Grill

One Response to “About Safari”

  1. Paul Funk December 14, 2015 at 12:11 am #

    Safari Sailing Charters is a 1st Class Operation lead by Capt Bill Hagy. I can not brag enough about the experience we had last month in November. I haven’t seen so many big smiles, joking, and all around family warmth like we experienced on our outing on the Chesapeake.

    Capt Bill earned my respect in every way. He captained, hosted, taught, and gave us one of the most enjoyable days my family and I have ever experienced. I can’t wait to get back out there again.

    Capt Bill is authentic and I would recommend him to anyone and stake my reputation on it.

    Paul Funk

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