Where can we even begin when talking about the Lagoon Seventy Seven? Let’s begin by referring to the most important ship in the Lagoon fleet as a Supercat, shall we? This is the firm that dominates the market for cruising catamarans with vessels such as the Lagoon 380; however, with the 77, they are pushing their way into the high-end luxury sector alongside the company that dominates the market overall, Sunreef.
When you order one of these boats, you have the option of going all out and getting the fly-bridge Jacuzzi in addition to everything else. Why shouldn’t they? Evidently, they were impressed by the number of bubbles produced by the Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67 and reasoned, “We can go one higher than that!”
Because it has so much room, this yacht can easily host a large group of people, including an extended family, friends, and a professional crew. The owner’s suite features a private deck that swings out from the hull, a walk-in closet, and a head with two sinks. And the kitchen down below seems like it could be in a New York apartment. This vessel has not quite reached the heights of the renowned Hemisphere catamaran, but let’s face it: it is not that far off.
The BIG Lagoon is located here. The balcony off the master stateroom, which can be used as your very own private breakfast bar or diving platform and is referred to as the “Private Beach,” is the feature of this boat that draws the most attention. This Super Yacht, the 77, is turning attention in marinas and bays all over the world due to its more streamlined appearance compared to the majority of its smaller sisters. There are many party zones aboard this catamaran thanks to the large flybridge and the front cockpit, both of which are immediately accessible from the deck. However, you may require the assistance of some crew members. They won’t have any trouble fitting inside. This builder of catamarans has come a long way since the days of the Lagoon 67, but it appears that they have sought to mimic the wonderful looks of an older performance multihull.
This luxury yacht, which was designed by Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost of the naval architecture firm VPLP, succeeds the Lagoon 620 as the company’s flagship vessel.
The triple spreader rig is pretty user friendly for a boat of this size and features three headsails that are controlled by hydraulic furlers. Having said that, the crew quarters aboard this catamaran have been outfitted to suit experienced sailors. Her diesel engines produce 180 horsepower each (an upgrade to 230 HPs is available). She can travel at a cruising speed of about 9 knots while under power, and she can sail at 12 mph when there is a breeze of 20 knots on the beam.
Although she has a large footprint, the Seventy Seven appears well-balanced and sleek. In order to give a fine teak swimming platform or to pull up the tender, a hydraulic swim platform may be lowered into the water and raised back up again. In the enormous cockpit in the back of the boat, there are lounge seats and dining seats that can accommodate a total of twenty people. From the aftmost point on the port side of the cockpit, a sweeping staircase winds its way up to the flybridge.
After making your way forward along the spacious side decks, you will come at the forward cockpit, which features additional sofas on which to recline, and from here, reaching the nets is a simple matter of ascending a few steps.
Another one of those areas with the Wow Factor can be found here. When you are up here, with its carbon fiber helms and control stations and with all of the lines coming back to five winches, you will feel as though you are at the very pinnacle of the planet.
In point of fact, if you are not forward enjoying a sundowner or aft in that enormous cockpit, you will most likely be on the flybridge: it’s fully protected with a bimini and there are plenty of options on configuring this space, from sunbeds to integrated furniture, looser arrangements, or even a hot tub. In addition, the flybridge is fully protected with a bimini.
This leisure zone is located front of the helm stations aboard the ship.
The highlight of this vessel is undoubtedly the master cabin, which is located in the forward starboard hull. The master stateroom features a king-sized bed, a walk-in wardrobe, a desk, a sofa, and a spacious head. Additionally, there is a hydraulic terrace that descends down from the hull side of the master stateroom, providing you with your very own little “beach.” It really makes one take notice.
The lower decks of the superyacht offer a significant amount of wiggle room for personalization options. You have the option of anything from three to five staterooms in addition to the crew quarters. You have the option of positioning the galley either forward or aft within the port hull, and it provides direct access to the crew quarters. When you are finished cooking, you will have a total of 215 square feet of working space available to you. That’s not bad at all!
The main deck is enormous and may be divided up into several distinct zones, or it can be opened up and used as one large area.
This new Lagoon flagship has shifted the goalposts for this French manufacturer, and we anticipate seeing some of these “wow factor” improvements on some of their more affordable boats in the near future. In point of fact, the SIXTY 5 is here What particularly appeals to me about this design is how VPLP was able to produce a yacht with a sleek appearance while still adhering to the winning formula that Lagoon has developed: sailing platforms that are comfortable and safe and make full use of all available space. In the long run, it is in the best interest of the Lagoon brand to have a boat of this caliber at the pinnacle of their product line.
|Length||23.28 m / 76.38 ft|
|Draft||1.90 m / 6.23 ft|
|Beam||11.00 m / 36.09 ft|
|Engine||2 × 180 HP|
|Fuel capacity||2,800.00 l|
|Water capacity||1,600.00 l|
|Price per week – High season||Price per week – Low season||VAT|
|€ 78.000||€ 58.000||Included|