A sophisticated design
Aboard Lagoon’s next generation sailing catamaran, the award-winning Lagoon 46, luxury takes the form of space through enlightened design that pushes the boundaries of traditional liveaboard cruising. Naval architects VPLP Design and Patrick le Quément make strides in creating a perfect harmony between pleasurable onboard living and efficient sailing.
Modular front and aft cockpits, sweeping flybridge, and an unparalleled interior volume for a mid-size catamaran, make this yacht feel much larger than her 46-foot length.
Lagoon 46 designers put to work their year of expertise to achieve world-class seaworthiness, ease of sailing, and performance. And the larger sailing plan, shorter boom and a self-tacking jib come together to make sailing the Lagoon 46 a great joy.
Comfort at Sea
Those that relish open air, sun and wind will immediately gravitate to the Lagoon 46’s sweeping flybridge. Access the flybridge via built-in steps on either side. Once atop the bridge, visibility, handling and comfort underway are optimized by the centered rigging and helm. There is plenty of room for passengers to enjoy the view with plush cushioned seating and double sunbeds.
Both fore and aft, there is no shortage of generous living spaces for socializing or finding your own spot under the sun. The foredeck features cushioned seating and sunbeds, which also houses 3 large storage lockers. Aft, the beamy cockpit allows for large gatherings, and owners can choose between traditional davits, or an electric hydraulic dinghy platform.
Inside the saloon, Nauta Design takes maximum advantage of the generous volume by creating a refined and functional living space. Large windows provide natural light throughout, and sliding windows to the fore and aft cockpits provide ventilation and a breezy, open-air ambience.
The aft-facing galley is large and well-equipped with the conveniences of home. And fine finishes and cabinet work grace the interior spaces throughout.
The large interior volume carries through to the below deck cabins, where layout options include a 3-cabin/3-bath version with an impressive owner’s suite, or a 4-cabin/4-bath version.