With her shortened superstructure, attractive coachroof profile and helm stations set well aft – close to the sea and the crew – the Excess 12 has superlative sea-keeping qualities.
The Lagoon 46 replaces the 450. The flybridge has double access (port and starboard) and comprises the helm station and all the boat controls.
Launched in late summer 2018, Charal was the first IMOCA to be designed specifically for foils. Her skipper Jérémie Beyou wanted her to have a certain versatility, to be able to perform on other points of sail than reaching.
The Lagoon SEVENTY 8 is a 24m luxury motor yacht which pushes the notion of comfort to the limit, in particular the private swim deck adjoining the owner’s cabin.
This 23-metre yacht is Lagoon’s flagship. On the SEVENTY 7, luxury and elegance reign supreme, but without the ostentation.
The Lagoon 42 retains the spirit of the 40 but with greater comfort and, thanks to her slightly longer hull, even better performance at sea.
Macif was designed in close collaboration with François Gabart and his technical team, fresh from their wins in the Vendée Globe and the Route du Rhum. The remit was to produce a boat for solo and short-handed racing and record-breaking. Launched in 2015, she is almost as beamy as her rivals and carries the same amount of sail, but weighs in two tonnes lighter.
An extension of the Smartboat, the Lagoon MY wasn’t initially designed as a motorboat but a sailing yacht with the underlying idea of retaining the benefits of a catamaran (stability, independence and space for the owners).
Hugo Boss then 11th Hour Racing then Guyot
StMichel-Virbac involved general studies and used moulds similar to those of her predecessor, Edmond de Rothschild, and was even built at the same yard, Multiplast in Vannes (France). And Now it’s Prysmian Group.