THE NEW LAGOON 46 CATAMARAN

Lagoon 46

 

Sept 18, 2018

Lagoon has created a next-generation 46-foot catamaran. The Lagoon 46 is a catamaran which is embraces freedom, innovation and luxury. Features include: a light-bathed interior that boasts comfort and space for movement, the practicality of a fully-equipped U-shaped kitchen and discover a cockpit designed on the principle of comfort, and a gorgeous refined cabin.

The elegant interior by Nauta Design gives way to a comfortable deck that has been revisited by marine architects VPLP, and which features an aft-stepped mast and a FlatWinder electric furler which greatly eases use of the mainsail.

Lagoon has built nearly 4,700 sail or motor-powered catamarans, offering a range of 25 different models. Since 2003, such output range has raised the brand to the rank of world leader in building catamaran cruisers.

For further information please visit: www.cata-lagoon.com

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