Lagoon was founded in 1984 as a subsidiary of Jeanneau Technologies Avancées (JTA), Jeanneau’s “racing department”. The key strengths of the Lagoon brand are its guiding principles: good design, high-quality construction and better-than-average performance. Since 2003 Lagoon has been the world leader in the construction of cruising catamarans. In 2014, Lagoon’s return to motor yacht construction attracted a great deal of attention, with the arrival of the superb 630 MY and the MY 40.
Undisputed world champion in its category, the Lagoon 380 is still going strong. It's fast, easy to manoeuvre and safe, and has a legion of fans spread across the world's oceans.
The new Lagoon 39 fits between the essential Lagoon 380 and the 400 S2. With vertical, bevelled bows, aft centered mast for sailing performance and ease of handling...
Like its predecessors, the Lagoon 400 is designed for coastal or ocean cruises. It can comfortably accommodate 8 with its 3 or 4 double cabins, elegantly fitted, spacious interior, and her cockpit and salon on the same level.
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.
Replacing a catamaran that has come to be seen as a benchmark is no easy task. But the VPLP architects, in partnership with Lagoon and the celebrated Nauta Design studio, have been brilliantly successful in creating the Lagoon 450.
The Lagoon 52 marks a whole new era in the design of cruising catamarans, as indeed did its predecessor, the famed Lagoon 500.
The Lagoon 560, designed for hospitable cruising, offers a layout which is ideal for accommodating a skipper, who has his own private quarters on board.
Designed by the naval architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prévost (VPLP), and with a luxurious and innovative interior from Nauta Design, the SEVENTY 7 is a genuine superyacht and yet is unmistakably a member of the Lagoon family.