This new member of the Lagoon family has style and a strong personality. While keeping a family resemblance and retaining the main features of the latest generation of Lagoons, it shows us a new path: unhurried evolution, a new "organic" approach, in search of harmony between living space and man. An elegant silhouette, flowing curves which, by virtue of a noticeable acceleration of the lines in the bows and in the new coach roof design, emphasizes the powerful and dynamic nature of this new model… A VPLP design naturally, a guarantee of performance under sail!
Draft: 4 ft. 1 in.
Beam: 25 ft. 3 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 79
Water tank capacity: 79
Length: 12,80m / 42'
Beam: 7,70m / 25'3"
Draft: 1,25m / 4'1"
Mast clearance: 20,65m / 67'9"
Light displacement (EEC): 12 t / 26 460 Lbs
Sail area: 90 m / 968 sq. ft.
Full-batten mainsail: 55m / 592 sq.ft.
Square top mainsail: (opt.) 59m / 635 sq.ft.
Self tacking jib: 35m / 395,5 sq.ft.
Code 0 (opt.): 68m / 732 sq.ft.
Engine (std): 2 x 45 cv YANMAR 4JH45 / 2 x 45 hp YANMAR 4JH45
Fuel capacity: 300 l (+300l en option) / 79 US gal (+79Us gal in option)
Fresh water capacity: 300 l (+300l in option) / 79 Us gal (+79 US gal in option)
No. Of berths: 6 to 12
EC certification: A :12 ; B :14 ; C : 20 ; D: 30
An ingenious deck layout
The mast moved further aft and the self-tacking jib, a guarantee of performance under sail and ease of handling, provide the ability to bring all operations together in one place.
An ergonomic helming station
At the coach roof bulkhead, offering many advantages:direct communication between the cockpit and saloon,
improved circulation, forward and aft of the helming station,
direct access to the coach roof for easier access to the boom,
a composite bimini with a sliding panel to ensure a good view of the sails,
a closure panel for helming station safety when under way.
The influence of the organic architecture resonates in the interior volumes.
Attractive molded wood emphasizes the smooth curves of the interior furnishings, designed with care by Nauta.
Once again, the Italian design firm combines elegance and functionality, and offers us two versions of this new model.
Rig: performance and ease of use
The mast being moved further aft offers many advantages on a cruising catamaran:a self-tacking genoa for ease of use,
- a larger fore triangle for a greater choice of downwind sails,
- a shorter boom for ease of maneuvering,
- a mainsail that is broader near the head, taking advantage of less turbulent wind for a real improvement in performance,
- re-centring of the weight, which greatly reduces pitching.