Lagoon Media Reviews

If you want an unbiased review on our range, you know you can trust the expert journalists that write for local and international boating magazines.

Read or watch, and you’ll also find out exactly why Lagoon's range is praised so highly…

Lagoon 50 vs Excess 15

Multihulls World

Lagoon 50 – Unveiled in 2017, the Lagoon 50, along with the 40, 42 and 46 represent the latest generation models designed by the world leader in cruising catamarans. When she was first launched, she fitted into the range between the best-selling Lagoon 450 and the 52. Her ambition was to remain accessible to a family crew and offer maximum comfort.

Lagoon SIXTY 5 – Life at sea, better than in a hotel!

Multihulls World – 2020

With this new model, the little sister to the remarkable SEVENTY 7, Lagoon is reinforcing its anchored position in the world of luxury catamarans with a visual identity that is very different from that of the smaller Lagoons. We were able to make two trips aboard the SIXTY 5 off La Rochelle on France’s Atlantic coast, sailing between the islands of Ré, Oléron and Aix.

Lagoon Sixty 5

Bluewater Sailing – December, 2019

The Sixty 5 can have either a five-cabin or six-cabin layout. The five-cabin layout would be the owner’s version and has three double cabins with en-suite heads in the port hull and a fourth double in the bow of the starboard hull; the owner’s master suite is aft to starboard and completely separate from the other cabins. 

Conceptual Revolution of the New Lagoon 55

Yachts Croatia – March 2021

It’s difficult to compare the Lagoon 55 of 1987 and the new Lagoon 55 of 2021, as innovations have changed the hulls and interior layout. However, shipyard said without any doubt that Lagoon has remained faithful to its roots and values: to offer a safe and comfortable sailing yacht, to go far and travel. A yacht where life is good.

Lagoon 50 Review – 2018

Nothing kills innovation faster than incremental improvement. Maybe that’s why nothing inspires it like a clean sheet of paper. Kudos to Lagoon for understanding that and tossing out preconceived notions. With the launch of the new Lagoon 50, the French catamaran builder tapped into true innovation in a world of evolutionary lookalikes.

On Board the Lagoon Seventy 8 Powercat

Yachting Magazine – Feb 2018

The Lagoon Seventy 8 is 1 inch longer in length and width than the size of a doubles tennis court. Picture sitting center court at Wimbledon: With lifelines placed just outside the service lines, you have an accurate visual of the Seventy 8’s sheer magnitude, which can be difficult for owners of 78-foot-long monohulls to grasp. 

Lagoon Seventy 8

Southern Boating – May 2018

In designing the Lagoon Seventy 8, the real challenge was to develop cutting-edge solutions designed for owners looking for a new generation of large motoryachts. The Seventy 8’s enormous flybridge is fully customizable with features, such as a hot tub, a large foldaway dining table to starboard and a sun lounge forward. 

Lagoon 42: Catamaran Review – September 2016

The all-new Lagoon 42 is a great example of the new breed of modern-day catamaran. This design builds on the success of the world’s biggest production cat brand, which in turn is part of the giant Beneteau group. It’s an ultra-modern cat with the clean, efficient lines of a modern European design — vertical bows, high freeboard and big picture hull windows.

Lagoon 42: Sailing on Open Waters – May 2016

If you want to gain some real insight into this boat, know first that to create it designer Patrick Le Quement partnered with naval architects VPLP. The net result? An exterior that eschews hard angles for strikingly soft curves, from the gullwing under the bridge deck to the expansive coachroof. Know also that this new cat doesn’t just look different, she’s also easier to manage—even with a giant rig.