An example costing of the increasingly popular and stunning Lagoon 52 S, the pricing indicates a generously customised specification to ensure this is the ideal cruising catamaran or simply relaxing in luxury.
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Cat Greatcircle vlog https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njcbjnSMdH0
This is an example price only and assumes the following factory options have been fitted:
Essential equipment fitted with the comfort pack, briefly comprising of;
Electric winches, Teak folding cockpit table, Cockpit enclosure in Graphite with sun shades, windows and curtains, Storage unit in starboard cockpit furniture, Highfield Ocean Master 390 Deluxe RIB with Honda BF40HP, 220V electrical circuit, Aircon 60,000 BTU,100A battery charger, Gel batteries 1260 Amps, Stainless steel davits and manual winch, Opening portholes with pleated curtains in aft cabins, B&G autopilot remote control, B&G Zeus 3 16" chartplotter at helm station, Fusion stereo with 4 speakers and 2 in cockpit.
LAGOON 52 S - pricing is based on a customised speciation with generous additional extras
The 52 S is an ever increasingly popular multihull which was built in response to owners request. With a bulkhead helming station has made its appearance on two of its ‘‘best sellers’’ thus making it the perfect short handed cruising catamaran. This particular model has featured heavily in the vlog 'Cat Greatcircle' which shows the remarkable versatility that this boat has to offer whilst still boasting the elegance and premier feel of a cruising catamaran.
The vessel is accessed via open aft transoms offering hassle free boarding and disembarking
The aft cockpit is level with the saloon, with spacious outdoor lounge and sun-lounging area providing ample space for guests
The twin helm seat is accessed from the cockpit or side deck allowing ease of view to both transoms and bows.
Control lines all led back to helm
The gullwing hull facilitates a smooth ride through the waves
A spacious sun-lounging area is located on the coachroof.
Chart table incorporating all control equipment, fully equipped galley with two extensive worktops to maximise space and view
The performance of the new VPLP - Le Quément design. Form and volume modified, capable of carrying a large payload without loss of performance
Naval Architect: VPLP Design
Interior Design: Nauta Design
Exterior Design: Patrick Le Quément
2 x Yanmar diesel saildrive engines with 3 blade fix propeller with 80hp option.
Both engines are located in watertight compartments behind aft cabins and accessed from the transoms. This arrangement minimises interior noise and heat, maximises the interior space and provides easy access for servicing
Pressurised hot and cold water to all bathrooms, galley and transom shower
Water heated from engine or from 220V immersion heater
Built with performance and user friendliness in mind. The Lagoon Design team’s racing experience influenced their decision to locate the mast further to aft. This brings many advantages – a large forward triangle allows a larger sails choice: a promise for great performance.
The elevated helm of the new 52 S is easily accessed from the cockpit, allowing easy communication from short handed crews. The position of the wheel behind the saloon bulkhead, together with the solid GRP above the helm, provide excellent protection in harsh weather conditions. Unlike her full flybridge cushion she does not have a “walkaround” top deck but there is a large sunlounging area for relaxing at anchor. The lower helm position and lower, easily accessible boom give the 52S a particularly sleek appearance.
The decision to locate the mast further to aft directly comes from the designers’ racing
experience and has many advantages:
• Centring the mast in this way creates a large forward triangle (a promise for great
performance), whilst affording all the simplicity of a self-tacking jib.
• The large forward triangle also means it is possible to use a respectably-sized Code 0 for
light wind conditions.
• A “VMG” option allows to “divide” headsail surface areas with a moveable self-tacking
staysail and an overlapping genoa.
• The shorter boom makes the mainsail much easier to manoeuvre.
• The mainsail, which is relatively narrower and higher, benefits from better winds at the
top, thus enhancing performance: extending the sail centre really improves performance,
• The forestay and shrouds are at much wider angles to the mast, thereby substantially
reducing compression: this choice allows to reduce sample weight, thus increasing
stability and speed.
• By re-centring the weight in this way, pitching is considerably reduced.
Lagoon have ensured the revolutionary 52S has a truly outstanding and luxurious interior layout using light, modern materials ensures bright and comfortable living spaces.
The opulent layout offers its own distinct personality and all four cabins have a private heads and independent shower. The owner’s suite has a desk, wardrobe, sleeping area and bathroom with separate shower and toilet. All cabins have incomparable natural lighting thanks to the fixed hull windows, deck hatches and portholes that open out to the hull-side or to the cockpit.
Entertain in style with a fully equipped galley – fridge, freezer, hob and oven. Both interior and exterior areas flow together seamlessly to ensure your time at sea is as close to idyllic as possible.
Comfort, space, light - The collaboration, one might say complicity, between Nauta Design and Lagoon, can mainly be seen in the association of geometric forms with luxurious, ‘‘warm’’ materials,
while optimising the use of space in the saloon and the cabins.
The saloon encompasses the lounge and dining table to starboard, a large galley to port which gives on directly to the cockpit to form a large ‘L’, together with the chart table in the middle, facing out to sea. No matter which interior layout you choose, all the cabins have large double beds,storage space in keeping with the offshore sailing programme of the boat and, of course, an en-suite bathroom with separate shower.
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