Lagoon Seventy 7
Lagoon and Sunbrella, the reference brand for indoor and outdoor fabrics, have combined their know-how to design a unique universe aboard the SEVENTY 7. By appropriating the most refined codes of design and French-style lifestyle, an a bold and opulent signature was created. A unique collaboration in the yachting industry, which combines both design and performance.
Architects and exterior design
‘Sailing, living on board, is a succession of moments spent in the company of people you like. We imagined what these moments might be according to the various scenarios of use: family boating, friends, charter… But also how to accommodate the presence of the crew that such a vessel requires.”
A super yacht can be recognised by the measure of her spaces. Space is synonymous with luxury and wealth. To our interior designer, Massimo Gino, a super yacht is a boat whereby no compromise is necessary. Compromises disappear as you appropriate the space and you feel free to enjoy it your way.
Lagoon’s ambition was to equip the SEVENTY 7 with the DNA of a super yacht in a design that visually shows the quest for excellence. This idea was prime in designing all the areas of the boat so that each line is integrated into the whole without dissonance. From the flybridge to the skirts and from the bow towards the stern; spaces are plentiful and all are connected simultaneously.
Inside, space and light constitute the real luxury. With the size of the SEVENTY 7, possibilities are unlimited. The spaces merge, not only with the style, but also with the flow and use of volumes. The large windows let the light diffuse itself everywhere into the interior.
Because living on board is to live away, all the SEVENTY 7’s cabins offer a privileged welcome. Depending on the layout, the cabins unfold and follow each other, 3, 4, 5 cabins, each with own specificities. The owner’ suite being the one whereby Lagoon was able to demonstrate its full command of space management and innovation culture!
|Length waterline:||23.28 m|
|Maximum beam:||11 m|
|Mast clearance:||36.60 m|
|Sail area:||335 m²|
|Fresh water capacity:||2 x 800 litres|
|Fuel capacity:||2 800 litres|
|Engine power:||VOLVO D4 – 180 HP|
|Architects:||Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost|
|Exterior design:||Patrick Le Quément|
|Interior design:||Nauta Design|