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Find out all about the Lagoon 55

by Lagoon 29 Nov 2021 18:18 GMT
Lagoon 55 © Lagoon Catamarans

The latest addition to the Lagoon sailing range is the result of a perfect blend of innovation and seafaring spirit combined with attention to detail and creativity.

The Lagoon 55 offers living space with multiple possibilities and uncompromising views over the sea.

This is a model conceived by passionate designers for lovers of the sea in search of freedom.

Discover here

Strength and quality

With its modern and assertive lines, the Lagoon 55 plays with the codes by mixing innovation and the fundamentals of the brand's DNA. This subtle alliance gives this new model a decisive look that is instantly recognizable.

Outward-looking

Designed as a true terrace on the water, the aft cockpit of the Lagoon 55 offers an incomparable opening onto the sea. Subtle architectural solutions have made it possible to do away with the aft beam and reinvent life and circulation on board.

A new point of view

The integration of overhead windows in the coachroof is a major innovation. It promises exceptional light in the saloon, and the pleasure of an unprecedented view of the outside.

Lagoon 55 in 360 degree

A forward cocoon

The forward cockpit is characterized by a comfortable, protected area with bench seats and sunloungers. This modular space is full of features. Two enclosure solutions can adapt the space to the weather conditions and to suit your desires.

Lagoon 55 - World Tour
Mediterranean Edition

While you wait to visit the Lagoon 55 at a Lagoon event, why not relive in pictures the Mediterranean Edition of the Lagoon 55 World Tour!

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