Archive for the ‘Lagoon catamarans’ Category

Lagoon flagship yachts : The Seventy 8

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The SEVENTY 8, the new flagship, is making her grand entrance at Lagoon. This yacht, over 24 metres in length, designed by the great names of naval architecture, VPLP, Patrick Le Quément and Nauta Design, thus signals entrance into a Motor Yacht world in which luxury and comfort are the watchwords.

Her silhouette, with timeless elegance, and the harmonious lines of her coachroof go hand in hand with large volumes to create a universe free of compromise, in which space is true luxury.

Source : Lagoon Catamaran

The Cannes Boat Show 2017 with Lagoon and Beneteau world premiere

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Since 1977, the Cannes Yachting Festival takes place every September in elegant, luxurious surroundings in the sparkling bay of Cannes.

We are glad to inform you that Tan Orient (Beneteau Middle East – Tan Orient and Lagoon Middle East – Tan Orient) will have a booth at the Cannes Yachting Festival

The 2016 Cannes Yachting Festival drew to a close on Sunday 11th September having welcomed 630 boats, a record number for Europe’s largest in-water show. Boasting 191 new models more than any other show, the Cannes Yachting Festival cemented its position as the leader in innovation and product launches.

Lagoon, which just had the premiere of its Seventy 7 catamaran at the Cannes Yachting Festival last year, has announced plans for a Seventy 8 power catamaran that will debut in 2017.

The Lagoon Seventy 8 is the motoryacht version of the Lagoon Seventy 7. She will have a length overall of 78 feet 1 inch, with a beam of 36 feet 1 inch. The Lagoon Seventy 8 will be introduced in worldwide at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2017, as well as the Lagoon 40 & Lagoon 50. Exterior design is by Patrick le Quément with interiors by Nauta Desigin. Seven boats are going to be presented in total (Lagoon 42, 450 F, 52F, 630 MY)

When it comes to sports cruisers, the great sophistication of the Gran Turismo 50 appeals to lovers of beautiful objects seeking sensations. The flagship of the range is presented in Hard Top and Sportfly versions. It will be launched at the Yachting Festival in Cannes 2017 as well as the Océanis 51.1 mono hull.

The 1st 50 footer has left the Lagoon yard!

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As announced last April by Lagoon, the shipyard was about to launch its first 50 footer!

On the 28th of July last month, the first hull left the Bordeaux yard, for the greatest delight of the staff who had been working actively to finalise the project, for several months.

After the final preparations, she was launched and headed out to sea for Cannes where she will be presented, from September 12th to 17th.

Please find all the information on the 50’ here.

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Like him, you could be the proud owner of brand new #Lagoon42 !

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As an owner, you are found of your boat. And you want a boat which looks like to your vision of sailing. Even if the option equipment exists on the shipyard’s pricelist, you prefer to do it like you want. This is the story of this new owner and his Lagoon 42.

First Lagoon 630 on his way to Dubai !

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First Lagoon 630 on his way to Dubai ! #Lagoon #UAE

The Lagoon 42 awarded for the third time in a row !

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Launched on January 2016, the 42 has just won the prestigious “best multihull cruising boat 40 to 50ft.” award as part of SAIL Magazine’s Best Boats yearly awards. This is the third award in a row in less than one year that this boat wins.

Earlier, the 42 already won an award in the UK in the multihulls category at the Sailing Today Awards and was awarded “best multihull sailing yacht” in Asia at the Asian Boating Awards.

Keep in mind that the boat is among the 5 European Yacht Of The Year (EYOTY) finalists whose award ceremony will take place on January 14th, 2017 during the Düsseldorf’s International Boat Show.

Lagoon 42 - Award

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A lauching slip for Lagoon in Bordeaux (France)

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After 6 months of work and the removal of 2,500 m³ of silt, the Lagoon launching slip is now operational. in the 1900s, it allowed the launching of large vessels of over 5,000 tonnes. Indeed, the large Lagoon production site occupies the site of former shipyards dating back to the 19thcentury! Today, all Lagoon catamarans built in Bordeaux, from the 52 to the future Seventy 7, go down this slipway to enter the Garonne.

It is very simple to use:

  • The boat is lifted by her bridgedeck, using the boatlift (submersible handling equipment) ;
  • The entire outfit moves down the middle of the slipway ;
  • The boat is levelled up by means of hydraulic jacks, and then the descent continues until the catamaran’s draught is reached.

Lauching slip - Lagoon (Bordeaux)

At this stage, only the boatlift’s engine and machinery compartment are out of the water, all the rest is immersed. The despatch teams then check watertightness and commission the engines.

  • When everything is operational, the hydraulic jacks supporting the boat are lowered, allowing it to float ;
  • The boat can then go astern into the main stream of the River Garonne in order to dock on the pontoon ;
  • The machine then returns empty.

This rehabilitation, a nod to former occupants of the site, bears witness to Bordeaux’ shipbuilding heritage.

Source : Lagoon Mag

Lagoon 42: the making of her photo shoot in the bahamas

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The life of a new Lagoon 42 catamaran is not easy! since the 42 was launched last november, there have been tests by the design department, boat shows in europe, boat shows in the usa, sea trials with the press, sea trials with future owners …

A lot has happened in the space of a few months! And that’s not all, because the 42 was able to ‘‘have its portrait taken’’ under the best of conditions: in the Bahamas! It was just after the Miami boat show that Lagoon’s newborn set sail for Bimini to show off its best features! We can already tell you that the boat’s qualities of comfort and especially performance are incredible. They have exceeded the entire team’s expectations! To enable you to share these moments, we offer you, exclusively, some “making of ” photos of this photo shoot

Team Lagoon - Bahamas

Inside the making of - Bahamas

Source : Lagoon Mag