Video: the first images of our test onboard the Lagoon SEVENTY 7 catamaran

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Catamarans in the over-75 feet bracket are not widespread on the world market and are all one-off builds. Lagoon has had an eye on this sector for quite a while now and has just joined in the game like the master player it is. As a matter of fact, the superyacht knowledge of CNB, partner of the Bordeaux shipyard and subsidiary of the Bénéteau Group, has allowed them to combine their skills and industrial know-how which is essential to building and marketing extraordinary catamarans. Here, as an exclusive preview, we test the latest sensational catamaran: the Lagoon SEVENTY 7.

A contemporary, classically elegant design
Since its first outing at the Cannes Festival of Yachting, the Lagoon SEVENTY 7 has been causing a stir! The number of appointments for viewings was becoming difficult to manage, and even for the company’s own dealers, it was difficult to get on board! The power of the Lagoon sales network and their communications partly fuelled this, but the personality of the boat itself played a role. Going from the curiosity stage, to discovery, the newcomer or the enlightened fans couldn’t fail to be moved by this amazing colossus. The boat’s perception has been meticulously developed by Marc Van Peteghem and Patrick Le Quément, and the lines of the Lagoon SEVENTY 7 don’t owe anything to chance. Borne of drawing skills and experience and smoothing software for the most advanced shapes, the design for the most delicate sections (sugarscoops, bows, entry angles, framework) has let the lines flow like those of a prestigious sedan.

Read the full article on the Lagoon Seventy 7 HERE

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