The Lagoon 50, with its new visual identity, with its new type of rigging and hull design, offers precisely better performance jointly with a unique line. The decision to set back the tree, born out of the experience of VLPL study in competitions, presents numerous advantages for this catamaran: a self-turning jib for facilitate maneuvering; a large triangle at the bow for a greater choice of load-bearing sails: important factor for high performance; a shorter boom to greatly facilitate the maneuvering; a mainsail with great elongation to take advantage of the less disturbed wind aloft, thus improving performance; and weight centering thanks to the rearmost limb to considerably reduce the boat’s pitching.
A flybridge with two secure entrances and a wheelhouse that offers perfect visibility; behind it, an immense modular lounging space whose well concealed lockers are extremely roomy for storing cushions. An aft cockpit open to the sea, spacious and unobstructed aft mirrors for easy onboard access, and a modular dinette with removable seating to accommodate fewer and larger families. A second cockpit in the bow to better exploit the sunbathing area with a dual function: seating and sunbathing area at the same level as the bow trampoline. Roomy lockers in most cockpit and flybridge seating.
The design of the spacious interiors reveals innovative architecture aimed at providing a warm and convivial atmosphere. Everyone can choose the layout you prefer with a Innovative design of the square, made on Two levels, for two livable areas distinct but communicating: a large kitchen open to the cockpit on one side and a spacious, slightly elevated lounge for better panoramic sea views that can be converted into a dinette if desired. An innovative interior design, with an elegant and elaborate new wood trim chosen by the owner.
A unparalleled communication between the inside and outside: the central window is openable and thus offers a perfect ventilation of the square but also of the cockpit, as well as serving as the conjunction with the forward area.Unparalleled brightness in the aft cabins with panoramic fenestration and large hull portholes in the showers and bathrooms. Spacious and comfortable hulls with a focus on storage solutions for items and clothing: forward and aft cabins with “island beds,” roomy storage cabinets, closets and open bookcases. Drinking water and sewage tanks under the dunnage leave considerable volumes clear. The graywater tank is optional in order to meet the requirements imposed by environmental protection standards.
Overall length: 14.75 m – 48’5”
Overall width: 8.10 m – 26’7”
Draught: 1.40 m – 4’7”
Freeboard: 26.51 m – 87′
Displacement (EC standards): 19.956 t – 43 910 Lbs
Windward sail area: 144 m2 – 1 549 sq.ft
Mainsail with pole: 89 m2 – 958 sq.ft
Horn mainsail: 92 m2 – 990 sq.ft
Genoa with winder: 60.3 m2 – 649 sq.ft
Asymmetrical spinnaker (optional): 240 m2 – 2 582 sq.ft.
Code 0 (optional): 117 m2 – 1 259 sq.ft.
Standard motorization: 2 x 57 hp CR to 2 x 80 hp CR
Fuel capacity: 2 x 520 l – 2 x 137 US gal
Fresh water capacity: 2 x 240 l – 2 x 63 Lbs
Sleeping places: 6 to 14
CE certification: A : 12 ; B : 14 ; C : 20 ; D : 30
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