The Lagoon range at the Miami Boat Show 2015

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Lagoon 630 MY catamaran

The Lagoon 630 My is the all new boat with which the builder Lagoon is returning to the world of motor yachts. A striking return with a particularly comfortable, prestigious boat which meets all the criteria required by yacht owners. But the 630 MY is not just a luxurious boat, it cruises and can even cruise far, as with the ‘Extra Range’ option, it offers a transatlantic range. The company has voluntarily chosen to favor range and comfort aboard, rather than top speed. A judicious choice!

Lagoon 39 catamaran

Modern rig and hulls, innovative design – the Lagoon 39 really is a ‘new generation’ boat. Aboard, the feeling of space and light is striking, with the forward ‘facade’ which, freed of the mast compression strut, offers an uninterrupted view forward. The repositioned mast and the new sail plan mean pitching is limited on this catamaran, which, with its self-tacking jib, is easy to sail shorthanded.

Lagoon 450 catamaran

Lagoon’s 450 succeeds in the feat of offering a quite simply exceptional liveable volume aboard, with perfectly satisfactory performance for a liveaboard and family voyage program. Aboard, the various living areas are appealing, including the superb saloon-cockpit area, and of course the flybridge, to which all the control lines are returned. A boat for enjoying life aboard...

Lagoon 52 catamaran

The Lagoon 52 is an innovative boat which, along with the 39, announces the builder’s new range. Particularly noticeable aboard this very beautiful catamaran is the rig positioned well aft for better weight centering, allowing pitching to be reduced and freeing the forward end of the coachroof to leave just a sublime view over the anchorage... When sailing, the new rig makes maneuvers much easier, with its self-tacking jib and shorter boom.

Lagoon 560 S2 catamaran

The Lagoon 560 catamaran is a comfortable catamaran which above all offers an incredible volume. With the S2 version seen this year, the builder has gone even further, and the new accommodation, again designed by the Nauta office, makes a real difference. In concrete terms, you have the choice between the 4 or 5 cabin versions – both with private bathrooms – and with a central galley in the salon, or a lateral one in the port hull, depending on the way you like to live aboard. Finally, the builder is offering two equipment versions: Essential, with the essential options at a reasonable price, and Comfort, for those who want the best of everything aboard.

At the Lagoon catamarans booth at Miami, you will find the Lagoon 39, and there you will be able to download free the full test conducted by Multihulls World journalists.

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