At the Boot of Düsseldorf, Lagoon presents its new upper-mid segment models – Lagoon 42 and 450 S – and the new Seventy 7, a 77-foot catamaran which will be the range top for the shipyards from Bordeaux.
Few information about the new mega yacht had been already published on the Lagoon’s website, such as the impressive width of the boat and the names of the engineers and designers involved into the project: Yannick Leroux, design director, Bruno Belmont, nautical architect, and Marc Van Peteghem, designer from VPLP studio which has designed all the Lagoon range, and Patrick Quémen, exterior designer. Interiors, on the contrary, are designed by the Italian Nauta Design Company, which has already worked for the French shipyards and the models presented at Düsseldorf, 42 and 450 S.
The mast is rather backward, the mainsail is very narrow and the jib is auto-rotating, thanks to the space left by the mast. Like many luxurious yachts, also this catamaran offers an open terrace and an exclusive opening from the cabin.
Like 620, which was followed by a motor version called 630, Lagoon offers a motor version also for Seventy 7, which will be called Seventy 8