On board this catamaran you are enthralled by one desire – to sail the open seas
The story of Lagoon begins in 1987, when four sailing “aficionados”, fascinated by the idea of creating exceptional trimarans, form the Jeanneau Techniques Avancées structure and build the first Lagoon 55’. Seductive silhouettes, unique architecture – the success of both versions of 55’ and its successor the 57’ model is instantaneous.
In 2000 the 57’ is renamed to Lagoon 570, breaking the aesthetic stereotypes while preserving its classic ergonomics. With the 560 model, however, the shipyard combines elegant flowing shapes with innovations in compartment layout and powerful engines. The crowning achievement is the XXL fly bridge. All of this garnished with an extraordinarily high quality.
Innovative area layout and design
On the Lagoon 560 every centimeter of space is carefully designed for comfort and aesthetics. The shipyard really knows how to combine ergonomics and layout. Every detail is carefully thought out and the final touch by Nauta Design makes the 560 experience a supreme delight.
Your summer villa
The cockpit of this yacht represents a state of the art design and a large terrace, and the overhanging fly bridge doubles as a sunshade. This sea atrium is connected to the galley and uniquely so to the owner’s cabin, as well as the guest quarters. Life on board this beauty is truly simple and elegant. Every part of the interior is subjected to light and open space – flooring and furnishing in light colored wood, large illuminators. Each of the private quarters has a unique decoration that creates an intimate atmosphere. The size of the owner’s cabin is impressive, with a personal bathroom, TV and a lot of space for luggage and personal belongings. The guest cabins are fully equipped as well, offering VIP accommodation. The comfort of the berths is achieved by an excellent thermal and sound insulation. The saloon is comprised of a lounge area with a corner couch and a table - an ideal recess for enjoying your afternoon coffee or refreshing drinks.
At wind speed of 3 knots the Lagoon 560 switches to sails, which is quite impressive for a 30 toned catamaran. The helm station provides perfect visibility and includes a magnificent spot for sunbathing at the rear. The Lagoon 560 catamaran is a true synthesis of the technical solutions and innovations implemented by the shipyard throughout the years. You must keep in mind that on board this beauty you will need the assistance of a true sailor, well versed with the necessary technical skills.
In conclusion we may say that on board the 560 you are enthralled by one desire – to sail the open seas.
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