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Lagoon Sailing Catamarans

As one of the leaders in sailing catamaran cruisers, Lagoon has been building luxury catamarans since 1984 and has kept developing its offer to satisfy all your expectations with a range of boats going from 38′ to 62′. The key strengths of the Lagoon brand are its guiding principles: good design, high-quality construction and better-than-average performance.

Her you will find the full range of catamarans available for your tailor-made charter ownership starting from the classic 380 and offered up to the impressive new Seventy 7.


Lagoon 380

While the 380 might be the smallest of the Lagoon family, it is not short on volume or features. Sporting three full cabins including a large owners’ stateroom taking up virtually all the starboard hull, the 380 has the room of a 50 or 60-foot monohull yacht. Its Lagoon’s most successful model to date with more than 700 boats delivered worldwide in 2013.

  • Fast, easy to manoeuvre, safe
  • Simple deck layout
  • Wide decks
  • Vertical windows offer more sun protection
  • Three or four cabin layout

Lagoon 40

With enough volume to let a crew live large, this new French-built catamaran carries the comforts to do just that. 

  • The mast step positioned further aft, providing numerous sailing advantages
  • A self-tacking jib and shorter boom for easier simplified manoeuvres
  • The mainsail, with high aspect ratio, optimises performance with the capture of better airflow in the upper parts of the sail
  • Featuring a superb layout, the living area is a divine space – spacious and light-filled
  • Re-centred weight reduces pitch

Lagoon 42

The Lagoon 42 is a great example of the new breed of modern-day catamaran. This design builds on the success of the world’s biggest production catamaran brand. It’s a modern cat with the clean, efficient lines of a modern European design — vertical bows, high freeboard and big picture hull windows.

  • A composite bimini with a sliding panel to ensure a good view of the sails
  • An ingenious deck layout
  • A single level from the aft platform to the saloon: a structural ‘revolution’
  • New ergonomics that ensure excellent use of space and ease of circulation on board
  • The suspended steps at the transom provide a whole new perception of the boat
  • Mast moved further aft and self tacking jib

Lagoon 450 (Sport & Fly)

With the Sport Top series (Lagoon 450s and 52S) the designers at Lagoon wanted to create easy communication between the crew and the skipper. The 450S is a combination of performance, beauty and refinement.   The S-version of the 450 caters for boaters who wish to enjoy the comfort of a catamaran of 45 feet in a more conventional version, with a helm post on bulkhead in place of the flybridge. The 450S delivers sleek and effortless elegance, with a lower rig reducing pitch, providing better access to the boom, yet the mainsail area is maintained. 

The Lagoon 450Flybridge (F) replaces the best selling benchmark in this category, the 440 . Bigger than its predecessor and boasting a much bigger sail area, owners are able to choose between a light and airy three or four cabin version and enjoy 360° visibility from the spacious saloon which also features a practical U-shaped galley. Entertain in style with easy access to the saloon thanks to the large outdoor rear cockpit.


Lagoon 50

The Lagoon 50 sits in between the emblematic 450 and the sublime 52, as the perfect compromise. With her new visual identity, rigging and hull design, the 50 provides increased performance and boasts a unique brand signature.


  • Stunning and unique visual identity
  • Generous volumes and panoramic views
  • The mast step positioned further aft, providing numerous sailing advantages
  • A self-tacking jib and shorter boom for easier, simplified manoeuvres
  • A mainsail with high aspect ratio optimises performance with the capture of better airflow in the upper parts of the sail
  • A large open cockpit facing out to sea and a second cockpit to enjoy the foredeck for seating or a deck chair
  • A huge modular recreation area behind the helming station concealing a large storage area

Lagoon 52 (Sport & Fly)

The 52 is now available in two versions: FlyBridge or SporTop. 

Lagoon 52S:

  • Postponed winches and control lines make the Lagoon 52 SporTop easy to sail short handed
  • Broad sidedecks, with recessed deck hatches
  • Reduced height rig reduces pitching – but without compromising the sailing performance
  • Four cabin options
  • Improved performance due to the mast moved further aft
  • Dual access to the flybridge

Lagoon 52F:

  • Three different positions for the steering station (starboard, centre or port), giving the skipper perfect visibility under sail
  • Broad sidedecks, with recessed deck hatches
  • Elevated deckhouse
  • Noble and luxurious materials
  • Improved performance due to the mast moved further aft
  • Dual access to the flybridge

Lagoon 560

The 560 – it is the ultimate voyager’s catamaran, and boasts advanced features developed by Lagoon like infusion moulded construction, a ‘gull-wing’ bridgedeck, vertical windows for the saloon and light filled cabins … with an unobstructed view at anchor or under sail.

The deck has three sensational separate living areas – the foredeck area is cosy and private, and the flybridge is perfect for sunbaking and offers unobstructed views. Designers have thoughtfully designed an aft cockpit for protection and entertaining.

The 560 is built for cruising and offers a spacious layout which is ideal for accommodating a skipper, with private quarters on board.

Lagoon 620

The Lagoon 620 is a model purposely designed for long distance cruising – a luxurious home that can be sailed around the world with just two people. Together with the Lagoon R & D team, the 620 is an innovative solution to owners’ needs: strength, comfort, performance and choice!

  • Flybridge – or upper deck
  • Two helm stations
  • Four, five and six cabin versions
  • A large forward sun-deck and a functional flybridge
  • Saloon and cockpit feature a wet bar, areas for chilling, as well as indoor and outdoor dining areas
  • A transom platform for easy access to the ocean when swimming or boarding a dinghy
  • Large hull and picture windows offer plenty of natural light

Lagoon Seventy 7

The SEVENTY 7 is 15’ longer than the previous Lagoon sailing flagship but that statistic is misleading. Not only is the new boat exponentially larger, it’s also on a whole new level.

The product of naval architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost (VPLP), this new launch takes the torch from the L620 as the company’s new flagship. The elegant interior is the work of Massimo Gino of Italian Nauta Design while the exterior styling is attributed to Patrick Le Quement. The new line is built by CNB, a division of Groupe Beneteau.

  • Massive flybridge gives impressive additional space
  • Owners private suite with
  • Direct private access from the saloon
  • Direct access to cockpit and foredeck from where you have an unobstructed view of the open sea
  • Optional hydraulic platform creating a private beach platform on the outboard side of the hull
  • Double helm station
  • Fully customizable
  • Forward cockpit provides outstanding views

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