For a long time Lagoon have been the bench mark for luxury production catamarans, the 620 and 560 have for many years been stapes when it comes to climate space and luxury whether you are looking for a charter or private yacht Lagoons deliver. For many years the industry has recognised that Lagoon needed to refresh the 620 and go bigger, with then out came the seventy-7 much to everyones surprise. This huge catamaran offered so much space on deck and below, fresh styling and superb performance from the VPLP design it was an immediate success. The space they have is utilised perfectly. The saloon is a master piece and has 3 key areas for eating, drinking and relaxing with an opening at the front taking you straight out to the forward deck and another lovey comfy area. Add to that the superbly appointed aft deck and up a few stairs is another huge area which can be laid out exactly as you please.
What We Say
We have watched eagerly the development and success of the Lagoon seventy-7 from the word go, being regular visitors to the CNB factory in Bordeaux you cannot miss it, built in a huge custom facility attached to the main office building its the first thing you see when entering. From seeing them in build through to when you see a finished yacht on the water is a great pleasure, as is seeing the skill that goes into the design and build. One of my favourite options is the very funky opening “terrace by the sea” from the master cabin giving you a private swimming platform. “Bed to Med” is now possible in 3 paces and not the 10 that Helen counted in her article on the Lagoon 620!! If you want a yacht as a charter investment then large cats are unbeatable and the Lagoon seventy-7 is the master. With charter prices around the €50,000 per week, the Lagoon seventy-7 offers a great return on investment unrivalled by any smaller Cat or monohull.
What The Builders Say
This more than 23-metre yacht marks an important step for Lagoon towards a world in which elegance and refinement are the watchwords. Lagoon brought together an illustrious team for the design of its flagship: VPLP, Patrick Le Quément and Nauta Design. All have strived to produce a catamaran where harmony reigns between the interior and exterior living spaces, where compromise does not exist, where innovation enhances comfort and life at sea. Creating a new model such as the SEVENTY 7 within an already very extensive range was a challenge. Lagoon wanted to take up this challenge to fulfil the wishes of owners in search of another dimension.
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|Length Overall||23.28 m / 76’4”|
|Hull Beam||11 m / 36’1″|
|Light Displacement||61,663 kg / 135,967 Lbs|
|Draught||1.90 m / 6’3″|
|Fuel Capacity||2800 l / 740 US gal|
|Water Capacity||1600 l / 422 US gal|
|Cabins||4-6 + 1-2 Crew|
|Engines Standard||Volvo D4 180CV / 132KW|
|CE Category||A (Ocean)|