Lagoon Catamarans

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Two new Lagoon models for Fall 2017

The Lagoon shipyard is proud to present not just one but two new boats this autumn: the 40 and 50. A tight ‘integration of know-how’, the new 40 represents the symbiosis of two Lagoon generations, the 39 and 400. The yacht adopts and improves the assets of the current line: aft rigging for greater performance, self-tacking jib for easier manoeuvring, increased space and generous comfort. The cockpit recalls that of the highly successful 42, with a well-thought out interior by Nauta Design. The new 40 is available with three or four cabins.

Lagoon Catamarans
Lagoon Catamarans

The 50 fits in between the essential 450 and the 52, and offers an alluring alternative to yachtsmen seeking a modern sailing vessel. Imagine… incredible space, with the enhanced performance of the new Lagoon rigging. Combine all these ingredients, leave to rise… and you have the new 50, available in 3, 4 and even 6-cabin versions. With its two new models, Lagoon now offers a full line of catamarans from 38 to 77 feet.

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