Available only in Athens, The Lagoon 420 is equipped with a fixed Bimini top, which extends the living space into the cockpit. It is available with 4 en suite cabins and one skipper cabin. Also is the first cruising catamaran in the world to be offered with a versatile hybrid diesel/electric motorization, the Hybrid² version.
Brief History of Yachting:
In 2003, Lagoon, a member of the Boat division of the Bénéteau Group, became the world’s biggest builder of cruising catamarans due to its production system, its distribution network and its user feedback.
All Lagoons bear the VPLP (Van Peteghem Lauriot Prévost) signature, the most successful firm of naval architects to date in the catamaran sector.
The Lagoon catamarans offer an extensive and coherent range of crafts to satisfy all sailing schedules. They are reliable, innovative and fast, easy to handle, comfortable at sea and at anchor. There is a 360° visibility from the saloon and an exceptional luminosity in the cabins thanks to large hull windows.
When only twenty years ago, running water and a stove were a pure luxury on board a yacht, you’ll find almost everything you need on your yachts today: electricity -though it’s only 12V offshore and only sometimes 220V when we’re moored, refrigerators, showers, hot water, music and much more. But never forget: a yacht always is ‘on the budget’…budgeting room and weight for mobility and stocks for ongoing comfort.
Known since the old Egyptian Empires yachts were dedicated only to the pleasure of it’s passengers in the exclusivity of independence. Long time before tourism discovered the pleasure of big steamboat cruises around 100 years ago, the wealthy parts of societies enjoyed yachting in different ways: cruising the Nile, sailing the Greek Islands or enjoying huge parties on board of Caligula’s yachts in a lake south of Rome.
Fortunately technology developed allowing us the opportunity to sail the oceans in smaller yachts. Yachts of today are constructed under the rules of hydrodynamics, defining the shape of the hull, the needs of stability and comfort.