Lagoon 51 catamaran for charter

This weekend saw the return of Europe’s largest multihull exhibition, which had been forced to close for the last two years owing to COVID. Despite the fact that the weather was nothing like the Mediterranean, there were still a lot of people there. The Ancasta Multihull Team was able to attend the global premiere of the much anticipated Lagoon 51. The Lagoon 51 for charter is the newest model produced by Lagoon Catamarans, the company that leads the industry in terms of the number of multihulls it produces.

It was well worth it to wait for her! Lagoon has once again designed a cat with style, performance, and comfort, but she is most certainly not style at the expense of function. From the moment you step on board (very easily, it turns out, given the completely redesigned transoms that allow easy one step access from the side of the pontoon), Lagoon have once again designed a cat with style, performance, and comfort.





The Lagoon 51 charter in Croatia is loaded with some extremely cool features all the way from the bow to the stern. When used in conjunction with the Tenderlift, the boat’s extra-wide transoms provide a spacious aft balcony that can also be used as a swim platform. This makes the aft of the boat the ideal spot to have a drink or two with your feet in the water while watching the youngsters practice their water bombs. The spacious cockpit at the aft of the boat can be reached from the transoms in only two quick steps. There is more than enough space for meals with family and friends thanks to the cockpit’s ample seats and extensible table, both of which are conveniently located near the bar and the cockpit refrigerator. The addition of a rotating electric griddle at the aft of the cockpit, which can be spun around to face aft, is a brilliant idea. This allows you to easily fire up the grill from the aft transom, preventing fat spits from accidentally splattering into the cockpit. In addition, the griddle can be spun around to face aft.

Do you want to get in on the action on the flybridge as we sail? The steps that are located on either side of the aft cockpit (one for access to the guest area and one for access to the helm) make this process simple and risk-free while also preventing the helmsman and sailing gear from being impeded in any manner. Once you reach the observation deck, you will find that there are multiple ways to take in the scenery. Whether you want to relax on the built-in sofas behind the helm, bask in the sun on the expansive sunbathing pads just in front of the helm, or take in the view while sitting next to the helmsman, the decision will be difficult. In addition, as is the case with each and every Lagoon, the majority of the sailing maneuvers may be controlled from the helm station.

Technical Specifications :

Length 15.35 m / 5.4 ft
Draft 1.38 m / 4.6 ft
Displacement 19.9 t
Build 2023
Beam 8.10 m / 26,7 ft
Engine 2 x 80 HP
Fuel capacity 2 x 520 l
Water capacity 830 l


Special Features:

air condition
water maker
ice maker
Wi-Fi on board
radio CD/MP3-player
cockpit speakers
BBQ grill
swimming platform
stern/cockpit shower
sunbathing cushions
220V/12V shore power
dinghy with outboard engine.

If you don’t feel like lying in the aft cockpit or on the flybridge, or if you simply want some “me time,” the forward cockpit is another option, complete with a sofa space and coffee table. This brings the total number of options for outdoor leisure to four.

When you move into the saloon area from the aft cockpit in a seamless manner, you are immediately struck by the quantity of room and light that is provided. In order to provide unobstructed views in all directions from the saloon area of the Lagoon 51, Lagoon has made the choice to move the mast forward on this model. This decision was made possible by the installation of an additional step and the elevation of the saloon sitting space. A sensation of sumptuous warmth and comfort is created by the new wood in alpi light oak, carefully positioned lighting, and extra-thick cushions; this is the kind of space that any one of us would be more than delighted to chill out in and unwind in.

Moving on to the galley, even the most dedicated amateur chefs are not likely to be dissatisfied by the kitchen’s amenities. All of the fully integrated appliances, such as the stove top, oven, dishwasher, and refrigerators and freezers, are arranged in a way that is both fashionable and functional, without neglecting the always essential storage space.

Provided in a choice of three different formats. The model that was displayed during the event was the owner’s version, which had four cabins and three heads. The owner’s cabin to starboard is a veritable sanctuary, including a spacious bright double berth aft, a workstation / seating space, a bathroom with double sinks, and a separate head that are all built up to the best degree possible. The vast storage space includes a walk-in closet, which is possibly a first in a boat of this size. As a result, there are no longer any excuses for seeming disheveled if you choose to go ashore.

Tenders and water toys:

Two Starboard by Lagoon Stand Up Paddles
Water skies adult
Water skies for children
Water tube
Two sea diving scooters
Towing ring
Fishing gear
Snorkelling gear: masks & flippers


Wide screen LED TV 55” with installation (saloon)
Terrestial TV antenna (Glomex)
Lifting system up/down
Digital Cloud (wifi network for movies and music)
Hi-Fi Pack: for saloon and outdoor (Sonos Surround 5.1 (Playbar + SUB + 2x Play:1)
Waterproof speakers in the cockpit and 2 on flybridge
2 waterproof speakers in the front terrace
Hi-Fi pack, Sonnos Connect: AMP ceiling speakers visible or under upholstery

Charter price per week – HIGH Charter price per week – LOW VAT
€ 20.500 € 8.500 included


VAT is included in the prices.

High season is considered to be July and August
Low season is considered to be period from October to April

In the guest hull, there are two huge double bedrooms located fore and aft, each with its own private bathroom. In addition, by elevating the saloon area, Lagoon has deftly produced more head room and has been able to squeeze in another double berth midships. This makes it possible for you to do so without giving up your owner’s suite in the event that you have occasionally considered renting out your boat for charters. Other possible configurations include four cabins and four heads, as well as six cabins and four heads.

Lagoon has always been committed to a strategy of minimizing their impact on the environment, and in order to honor this commitment, the Lagoon 51 is equipped with a massive 3,500 watts of solar generated power. [Citation needed] [Citation needed] Lagoon has always been committed to a strategy of minimizing their impact on the environment. This enables lengthy, calm cruising with minimum usage of the engines or generator by making it possible to run all of the on-board systems of the Lagoon 51 independently (including the air conditioning).

We have not yet had the opportunity to test out the Lagoon 51 for charter in Greece on the water; however, she is equipped with twin 80 HP engines and a big sail plan, so we are looking forward to putting her through her paces over the next few months and providing an update then.

In a nutshell, the 15.34-meter length of the Lagoon 51 allows for a lot of storage space. We at Ancasta International Boat Sales are confident that Lagoon Catamarans have another winner on their hands and that they will undoubtedly add more honors to their already extensive collection of trophies on their awards rack.