In 1987, Lagoon invented a new vision of comfort at sea, and the Lagoon 55 was born. In 2020, Lagoon revisits this iconic model. With more than 30 years apart, both of these models reflect their times perfectly.
Nothing has been left to chance; the design of this vessel has been carefully thought through, down to the smallest details. For our goal is not to make customers like our boat, we want them to prefer it.
With its modern and assertive lines, the Lagoon 55 plays with codes by mixing innovation and the fundamentals of the brand’s DNA. This subtle blend gives this new model its determined look, which is instantly recognizable.
A Simple and Performing Rig
The Lagoon DNA extends perfectly to the large volumes of the flybridge, combining manoeuvring and relaxation areas.
- A mast moved back to ease manoeuvres through a self-tacking jib.
- A mainsail with a high aspect ratio (3.65), enabling the capture of better airflow in the upper parts of the sail for optimised performance.
- A mast positioned amidships, close to the center of gravity, for low pitching.
Spacious and clever, it houses:
- A helm station located forward, on the starboard side. All manoeuvres take place at this helm station, which makes easier to navigate single-handedly or with a small crew.
- A large comfortable dining area, with an optional folding teak table and a spacious sunbathing area located behind the bench.
- Forward, a second optional sunbathing area offers guests a special private area to enjoy the sun at anchor.
- A fully equipped bar, on starboard side, perfectly completes the flybridge.
|Overall length:||16,56 m|
|Maximum beam:||9 m|
|Light displacement (EEC):||27,7 tons|
|Upwind sail area:||181 sq metres|
|Fresh water capacity:||960 L|
|Fuel capacity:||1100 L|
|Engine Standard:||2 x 80 CV|
|Engine Option:||2 x 115 CV|
|Interior design:||Nauta Design|
|Exterior design:||Patrick le Quément|