Lagoon 43 - To be discovered at Cannes!

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Market regulation following the post-Covid euphoria has taken its toll, and the world leader is now launching its first new entry-level model: the Lagoon 43 will be unveiled at the Cannes Yachting Festival this coming September - alongside the Lagoon 60, which we got the chance to see in Bordeaux early March. The rig on this new catamaran is stepped further forward than on the 42, and it features an overlapping jib.

 The design shows a slender, whistle-shaped coachroof base that refines the superstructure. At the stern, the cutaway bulwarks offer direct access to the dock when moored alongside. On dek, the 43 gains a forward cockpit and a vast aft platform compared to the 42. The helm station remains raised on the port side but is now accompanied by a U-shaped bench seat rather than a simple sunlounger. Inside, the builder has designed an ingenious modular table that can straddle the nacelle and cockpit while providing seating for 12. The volume of the hulls forward has been optimized to increase berth size - in the Owner’s version, the bed is installed forward. The 4-cabin version offers equivalent volumes. A considerable effort has been made on the price, which stands at €518,700 excluding tax - the current price for the Lagoon 42. It should be noted that this latest model continues its career in anniversary edition mode, with 4 cabins and a unique, comprehensive equipment list, at a price of €499,000 ex-tax

Builder: Lagoon
Architect: VPLP Design
Design: Patrick le Quément and Nauta Design
Length: 45’8” (13.92 m)
Beam: 25’3” (7.69 m)
Draught: 4’7” (1.4 m)
Air draft: 65’5” (19.94 m)
Light displacement (CE): 29,363 lbs (13.319 t)
Square-topped mainsail: 732 sq ft (68 m²)
Genoa: 398 sq ft (37 m²)
Engines: 2 x 57 HP
Fuel: 150 US gal (570 l)
Water: 79 US gal (300 l)
Berths: 6 to 8
CE Categories: A12 ; B14 ; C20 ; D30  

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