July 19 2019
The Lagoon Sixty 7 will be unveiled in preview at the opening of the Cannes Yachting Festival, which takes place from 10 to 15 September.
The Lagoon Sixty 7 is a new motoryacht catamaran that fits in the range of luxury motor catamarans of the French shipyard between the Lagoon 630 MY and Lagoon Seventy 8.
It resumes its design of the latter, which had released a very successful style, a timeless elegance, signed Patrick le Quément. The lines are very simple, clean, with a suspended roof. A unique style recognizable among all.
The exterior area of the Lagoon Sixty 7 is organized between the cockpit, a very large flybridge and a forward cockpit, creating an additional living space, which will be very popular especially at the port or at mooring!!
The naval architecture of Lagoon Sixty 7 is signed by the French VPLP studio, that has imagined a hull adapted to this type of propulsion, whose top speed will be no doubt superior to 20 knots. Like the Lagoon Seventy 8, the Lagoon Sixty 7 should benefit from significant fuel and water capacities, to offer a great autonomy in navigation.
The interior style of the Lagoon Sixty 7 has been developed by Nauta Design, which takes the colors, wood and leather introduced on the Seventy 8, to provide a warm and cozy cocoon.
An interior on which we will not miss coming back soon on Yachting Art Magazine!