These Lagoon 40 owners recently took delivery, “We decided to stick to our schedule and pick up our Lagoon 40 in Les Sables-d’Olonne in early March despite the uncertainty surrounding the current worldwide pandemic and the lockdown in France (curfew in France is 7 pm).”
“So excited to have finally taken delivery of our Lagoon 46 in Manly, Queensland yesterday. Rowan McMahon from TMG took us on a windy delivery trip up from the Gold Coast yesterday with lots of smiles onboard. Very happy with our clears, solar arch, Weber BBQ platform and tender setup. We can’t thank TMG enough for their support in getting Arena ready for our family sailing adventures.” – Dean Robertson, Lagoon 46 Owner.
The Lagoon 46 adds a whole lot more to cruising pleasure. This is a boat designed to take the owner and family long distances in comfort and style. Distances such as South East Queensland to the Whitsundays, or even out to the Pacific Islands. They would simply need to stock up on food – there’s plenty of storage space for that, and a few bottles of chardonnay, of course.
In area, Lagoon’s Seventy 8 is the size of a tennis court. But there are far more relaxing activities to be enjoyed aboard the giant ocean roamer.
Dusseldorf, Boot saw the world premiere of the highly anticipated Lagoon 46 and TMG Director Peter Hrones and Queensland State Manager Rowan McMahon flew in to welcome Australian clients on board the Lagoons and see what the hype has been about.
We asked Rowan to review the Lagoon 46 to give you an overview of what she’s really like…
Mark Rothfield described the boat as a “Family or social entertainer for coastal and island hopping”
Lagoon’s previous design in this range was the popular 450, which sold over 900 units. An impressive statistic, so why update on a best seller?
Working with high-end cars for the last 20 years and a life lived on the sea, Alex tells us his first impressions of the glorious Lagoon SEVENTY 8.
What better way to get to know the boat than to head out on Sydney Harbour.
The newest member of the Lagoon fleet just premiered at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2019.
The Lagoon SIXTY 7 Motor Yacht gained some serious traction over the course of the show.
Founder John Cowpe and QLD manager Rowan McMahon had a long look on the vessel and this is what they had to say…
An in-depth analysis of the New Generation Lagoon 46 in comparison to its predecessor the Lagoon 450F.
While the 450F and the 46 are closely related, the different between them is typical of the design and technological advancements that Lagoon and VPLP are renowned for.
“The entire TMG team were really good. In the initial stages, John gave great advice and helped spec the boat, looking back it was all very valuable… From our first enquiry, through specification, order, to delivery and after-sales, TMG have been terrific to deal with. Ordering our Lagoon 40 was no small decision and a perfect delivery reassured us from the start,” Mike Pain.
“I love the air on the flybridge, the overview when going into anchorages, harbours etc. Its’ like standing on the bridge of my own little ship.” Says Martin.
Marnie Ebeling has sailed all her life and has been on many Lagoons before but had never been sailing. Over the weekend with winds of 15 to 20 kts she hopped on board Blue Pointer a Lagoon 440 owned by Greg and Sue Harding for an enjoyable cruise down Lake Macquarie.
Taking hand of your Lagoon in the magical Mediterranean summer sounds spectacular, however it may actually not be the best time for you.
There is something so romantic about a French winter. You could gift yourself a new boat and change things up with a white Christmas onboard your water home.
Here’s why winter might be a better option for your pick up…
Marnie Ebeling talks about her first experience on a Dragonfly, for that matter a trimaran in general…
“If you’re looking for an extremely enjoyable day out on the water in a well-designed vessel to do some actual sailing, I highly recommend testing out the Dragonfly 25.”
It’s now been over two years since the Lagoon 42 was launched in Australia, so Phil Ross, editor of Cruising Helmsman magazine, decided to take a closer look at the multi award-winning 42 and find out why this boat has been such a hugely successful model for Lagoon.
With temperatures in Sydney hitting the high 30s late last week, there was no better place to be than on the water…and on a trimaran.
Why “the fun factor is apparent in spades” onboard the Dragonfly 25 Sport.