"I have always had the idea that in sailing there are only two true masters, one is the sea, and the other is the boat,

And the sky, you are forgetting the sky, yes, clear, the sky, the winds, the clouds, the sky, yes, the sky."

José Saramago

THE LAGOON RANGE

THE TEN MOST BELOVED MODELS

Lagoon catamarans are the "model" everyone thinks of when it comes to cruising catamarans. They still represent the majority of catamarans in the Mediterranean, thanks to a timelessly elegant design that favors seamless spaces and fluid lines.

LAGOON 380 S2

Lagoon 380

DESCRIPTION:

The Lagoon 380 was one of the first to popularize the cruising catamaran, finding unparalleled success with over 900 units sold.It has four comfortable double cabins in just 38 feet, without sacrificing comfort.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 11,55m

WIDTH: 6,53m

CABINS: 4 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 8 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 2

PRICES: 3000€ - 6500€ (per week)

Lagoon 380 interior

PROS AND CONS:

+ The most economical catamaran in the range

+ Easy to handle and high-performance in relation to size

+ Suitable for small or young groups

 

- The layout of the interior is a bit outdated

- There is space for only two bathrooms instead of four

LAGOON 40

Lagoon 40

DESCRIPTION:

The Lagoon 40 merged together the silhouette from the 39 and the 400 S2 (both discontinued) completely revamping them in design to bring them up to modern standards with the key addition of the 4 bathrooms, one for each cabin.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 11,74m

WIDTH: 6,76m

CABINS: 4 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 10 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 4

PRICES: 4500€ - 8000€ (per week)

Lagoon 40 cockpit

PROS AND CONS:

+ The most economical recent model with four bathrooms

+ A small masterpiece in design

+ Best value for money in the entire range

 

- May be small for groups above eight people

- The fly bridge is underutilized, a cushion would fit well there

LAGOON 400 S2

Lagoon 400 s2

DESCRIPTION:

A classic, solid, high-performance catamaran on which a complete redesign was done to bring it up to current standards.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 11,97m

WIDTH: 7,25m

CABINS: 4 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 8 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 4

PRICES: 4000€ - 7500€ (per week)

Lagoon 400 s2 interior

PROS AND CONS:

+ Great spaces for a 40-foot catamaran

+ Each cabin has its own private bathroom with shower

+ Has respectable performance under sail

 

- Layout does not rival recent models

- Could have more cushioning on the deck

LAGOON 42

Lagoon 42

DESCRIPTION:

We are talking about the most successful Lagoon model, also an absolute sales champion. It revolutionized the design of cruising catamarans, imitated by competitors and taken as the basis for future models.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 12,80m

WIDTH: 7,70m

CABINS: 4 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 10 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 4 (+ 1 crew)

PRICES: 5500€ - 9000€ (per week)

Lagoon 42 cabins

PROS AND CONS:

+ The width of as much as 7.70m comparable to longer models

+ Daytime areas and cabins are very spacious

+ The deck is full of pillows and mattresses.

 

- A second cockpit in the bow would fit well.

- The bathrooms in the bow are without shower stalls

LAGOON 450 F

Lagoon 450 F

DESCRIPTION:

The Lagoon 450 is certainly one of the most beloved models, successor to the very solid 440. It is the perfect candidate for those seeking an uncompromising vacation.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 13,96m

WIDTH: 7,97m

CABINS: 4 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 10 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 4 (+ 1 crew)

PRICES: 6000€ - 11000€ (per week)

Lagoon 450 F bow

PROS AND CONS:

+ The four bathrooms are all equipped with shower stalls

+ It has a second cockpit in the bow, ideal for cocktails

+ It's available in Flybridge (for charter) or Sport versions.

 

- The catamaran design is starting to look a bit dated

- The use of cockpit space is not among the best

LAGOON 46

Lagoon 46

DESCRIPTION:

The spiritual successor to the aforementioned 450 F, the Lagoon 46 is a concentration of beauty and refined solutions in a spacious and well-organized setting.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 13,99m

WIDTH: 7,96m

CABINS: 4 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 10 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 4 (+ 1 crew)

PRICES: 6500€ - 12000€ (per week)

Lagoon 46 fly bridge

PROS AND CONS:

+ This is an improved Lagoon 450 in every respect.

+ The forward and aft cabins are the same size

+ Sliding bench revolutionizes circulation in the cockpit

 

- The sail area has been reduced a little bit

- Lagoon could have been daring by squeezing in the fifth cabin

LAGOON 50

Lagoon 50

DESCRIPTION:

With this model we start getting serious about size. The shipyard managed to squeeze in as many as six dedicated guest cabins and four bathrooms. The dinette has also undergone a thorough redesign.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 14,75m

WIDTH: 8,10m

CABINS: 4/6 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 12 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 4/6 (+ 1 crew)

PRICES: 9000€ - 15000€ (per week)

Lagoon 50 interior

PROS AND CONS:

+ Ideal for large groups due to six double cabins

+ All the innovations seen in the latest Lagoons

+ Renovated living room with a long sofa and large table

 

- There may be more suitable models for small groups

- Less agile than smaller models

LAGOON 52 F

Lagoon 52 F

DESCRIPTION:

The 52 is a great classic of the French shipyard, probably among the most beloved by private owners for its unconventional but very intriguing cabin layout.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 15,85m

WIDTH: 8,60m

CABINS: 4/5 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 12 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 4/5 (+ 1 crew)

PRICES: 11000€ - 24000€ (per week)

Lagoon 52 F cabins

PROS AND CONS:

+ One cabin/department with access from the cockpit

+ Available in Fly or Sport versions

+ It has huge sails, that can give considerable satisfaction

 

- They are generally not available for bareboat

- Newer models can be found on the market

LAGOON 620

Lagoon 620

DESCRIPTION:

The Lagoon 620 is suitable for the most refined palates: Its style communicates elegance, and it allows you to enjoy the privileges of a boating vacation with the comfort of a giant seaside villa.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 18,90m

WIDTH: 10,00m

CABINS: 4/6 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 12 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 4/6 (+ 1 crew)

PRICES: 25000€ - 32000€ (per week)

Lagoon 620 interior

PROS AND CONS:

+ The spaces available are truly immense

+ The finishes are of excellent workmanship, with attention to every detail

+ The kitchen and crew area is separate from the rest of the boat

 

- The price is not within the reach of all pockets

- The bulk does not allow you to get very close to the beach

LAGOON SEVENTY 7

Lagoon Seventy 7

DESCRIPTION:

We are talking about the top of the class, a true super luxury yacht that draws all curious gazes to itself.

Beyond these dimensions we go on tailor-made projects.

CHARACTERISTICS:

LENGTH: 23,84m

WIDTH: 11,00m

CABINS: 3/5 doubles (+2 crew)

BEDS: 12 (+2 crew)

BATHROOMS: 3/5 (+ 1 crew)

PRICES: 55000€ - 80000€ (per week)

Lagoon Seventy 7 cabins

PROS AND CONS:

+ The finishes are extremely luxurious

+ The master cabin has its own private access to the sea

+ Sexy as hell

 

- There are few in the world, often not for hire

- You have to be able to afford it!

COMPARATIVE TABLE

*Credit of the photographs to Nicolas Claris.

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