BY APB Staff on 5 Aug 2021

The first orders have already been received for the new model in China and Singapore

The latest 2021 model from Lagoon Catamaran, the Lagoon 55, was unveiled in March. The 16.56m power cat from the French builder has impressed, thanks to design by a power trio in multihulls: naval architects VPLP, former car designer turned yacht designer Patrick le Quément, and frequent collaborators Nauta Design for the interiors. 

The first orders have already been received for the new Lagoon 55 in China and Singapore, and are expected to arrive in 2021 and 2022 respectively. 

Now, an official video has been released, showing details of an idyllic day spent on board. View it below:

The “terrace at sea” concept offers a new front lounge in the bow, with other generous spaces allowing guests to find their own private relaxed area in the many different spots on board. 

Up top, there is a generous lounge area on the flybridge, with seating and sun pads for owner and guests. Twin skylights are built into the roof forward of the mast, and these can be covered with sunpads.

Photo: Nicolas Claris

On the main deck, the designers have enlarged the space in the aft cockpit, adding in a food service station, seating for several guests for informal meals and lounges that have a feeling of being connected to the whole beam of the yacht. In fact, the main deck interior and the aft cockpit appear to take up an equal amount of space. Forward, there is a small, C-shaped settee and table for private moments at anchor.

For accommodation, buyers can choose cabin layouts that accommodate from eight to 12 people, with more private, owner’s friendly versions offering large cabins and adjoining study.

Photo: Nicolas Claris

The new Lagoon 55 is currently cruising around the Med on her Mediterranean Tour and she will premiere this autumn at the Cannes Yachting Festival as part of the wider Lagoon fleet that will be on display. 

Regional Lagoon dealer Simpson Marine has confirmed the stock is already limited in availability for 2021 and 2022, due to high global demand.