From their beginning in 1984, Lagoon Catamarans have worked with some of the sailing industry’s top designers. Created as a subsidiary of Jeanneau Technologies Avancées (JTA), famous for its single-hull and multi-hull off-shore racing boats. As well as their trimarans built specifically for the film Waterworld. Lagoon Catamarans have consistently worked to make advancements in both form and function.
Naval architects VPLP (Marc Van Peteghem-Vincent Lauriot Prevost) first designed The Lagoon 55. A impressive design that Lagoon has continued with VPLP through the present day. From this first design, The Lagoon 47, Lagoon 57, and Lagoon 67 soon followed. And shortly after, the Lagoon 37, the Lagoon .42, and the Lagoon 77, like Marian Princess III, were designed specifically for charter cruising.
Now part of CNB, a company specializing in luxury yachts of all varieties. Lagoon continues its commitment to innovation. From an aesthetic design that guests might enjoy to maneuverability, seasoned yachters will appreciate.
They are currently the largest production catamaran manufacturers worldwide. Most recently, Lagoon Catamarans have been recognized as the 2014 “Best Boat” by Sail Magazine for The Lagoon 39. Lagoon Catamarans also made news as the Lagoon 440 won the Catamarans Cup in Athens last year.
The release of the redesigned Lagoon 52 included many sailing improvements. But it was the redesign of the interior that first captured the charter guests’ attention. “Our main objective has been to improve the use of space. Providing sober, bright, and comfortable living spaces. To suggest the ‘just like home feeling for the owner and the guests onboard. Continuous horizontal lines without interruption make the interior more fluent and harmonious open spaces.” (Cata-Lagoon, Brochure Lagoon 52) Lagoon achieves this goal through the open saloon design and fixed hull windows.
Lagoon Catamarans also added a new layout available for their Lagoon 39. Now offering a four double cabin, four washroom layout previously unheard of in a 39’ catamaran. In addition to the interior advancements, Lagoon moved the mast further aft to reduce pitching. Moreover, while offering more downwind sailing options (Yachting World, Nov. 2013).
For this attention to detail and design, Lagoon Catamarans are very popular among luxury charter yachts, as these boats demonstrate:
Currently, the following catamarans are chartering:
To learn more about Lagoon Catamarans available for charter, contact CKIM Group.