Lagoon 60, Freedom of Space and Panoramic Views

After admiring the initial renderings at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2023, the new Lagoon 60 has now made its official debut. The worldwide premiere presentation took place during Lagoon’s exclusive days in Bordeaux in March 2024.

Lagoon’s new 60-foot sailing catamaran fits in between the 55 and the Sixty5, bolstering the range in the luxury segment where the shipyard is increasingly making its mark in the market. The true innovation for the Lagoon range lies in the collapsible stern bulwarks, which open up to the sea, expanding the living area in the stern. The idea is to create a real terrace on the sea.

Lagoon 60 catamaran

The Lagoon 60 is a catamaran that stands out for its solutions that make life on board extremely comfortable, such as the ability to move from the bow sofas through the dinette. The flybridge, as with all Lagoons, is the control area with all maneuvers at hand, but above all, it’s a place to enjoy privacy and relaxation thanks to the spacious lounge and sunbathing areas.

The stern terraces open up, facilitating access on board and increasing the living space at anchor. Access to the stern cockpit is provided from the swim platform via new and wider angled stairs.

The waterlines of the Lagoon 60 were designed by the French studio Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost (VPLP), while the exterior design was entrusted to Patrick Le Quément, and the interior design to Nauta Design. The interiors of the Lagoon 60 are spacious and bright.

Lagoon 60 catamaran interior
Courtesy Lagoon

Two configurations are available, with 4 or 5 cabins depending on whether the kitchen is located in the lounge or below deck. The owner’s cabin is located in the maximum beam of the starboard hull, while in the bow of each hull, there are two VIP cabins and crew cabins.

Lagoon 60 – Technical Specifications

Overall Length: 18.27 m
Maximum Beam: 9.87 m
Draft: 1.65 m
Maximum Height: 30 m
Displacement: 32,000 kg
Sail Area: 239 sqm
Engine Power: 2 x 150 HP
Berths: 8 / 14
Interior Layout: 4 / 5 cabins and 4 / 5 bathrooms
Fresh Water Capacity: 960 L
Fuel Capacity: 1300 L
Naval Architecture: VPLP
Design Exterior Design: Patrick le Quément
Interior Design: Nauta Design

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