Winner of the Adriatic Boat of The Year and the Asian Award, the 23.3 metres tall Lagoon 77 catamaran is the largest Lagoon ever built in the world. Remarkably spacious yet also very luxuriously built, the Lagoon 77 catamaran is a product of exterior design from Patrick Le Quement and Italian Nauta Design.
DESIGN – EXTERIOR & INTERIOR
The Lagoon 77 has many different layouts such as 3-cabins, 4-cabins and 5-cabins. There is also an option between forward galley and aft galley layout.
The side-decks of Lagoon 77 are not only wide and spacious, but also have fine teak finishing which gives the catamaran an elegant look. The side-decks lead to two large grey nylon mesh springy trampolines at the foredeck. The foredeck also has 4 storage compartments which make up the massive storage capacity aboard the catamaran.
Like the Lagoon 42, the cockpit level is the same as that of the saloon. The aft cockpit offers a unique, large space that is not only a living area but also an integrated sunbathing area. The seating area has an L-shaped bench with storage lockers facing a teak dining table and a daybed. The two sunbathing areas each have their own storage lockers while there are two storage lockers under the cockpit floors.
The forward cockpit can be accessed through the saloon with a sliding door. It also offers two seating areas and a storage locker under port seating.
In the 5-cabin version of the layout, the aft cabin of Lagoon 77 has two single beds which can be converted into a double bed. The cabin offers enough access along the sides of the beds for movement and has one central side-table. The storage offered in the cabin is massive and comprised of one hanging locker, one drawer underneath each bed, and one storage locker. There are two windows with one opening deck hatch and an opening porthole to allow for light and ventilation. The aft bathroom is luxurious and large, with multiple lockers, separated shower space, and both head and hand showers.
The other cabins offer the same luxurious facilities with master island beds and attached, large bathrooms. The storage space is also similarly massive with multiple lockers, drawers underneath the beds, bookshelves, bedside tables, and cupboards.
The owner’s suite is even more lavish with its own private balcony or veranda that is accessed through a wooden door. With an island master bed, double bedside tables, multiple hatches, and large storage space, the owner’s suite leaves next to nothing to be desired. The private balcony gives direct access to a private beach and the flexibility of space means that the suite remains independent yet a part of the larger vessel.
Lagoon 77 also has two bunk beds in the crew cabin and separate storage spaces in both the crew cabin and the crew bathroom.
The saloon offers an exquisite space to exist in with family and friends. Accessed from the aft cockpit via a sliding door and the forward cockpit with a glass door, the saloon houses a to port L-shaped settee, four leather chairs and a storage locker as well as a U-shaped settee, a low table, and lockers on starboard. There is also a private lounge with one L-shaped settee and three private storage lockers.
The chart table in the saloon is also ideally placed with its own dedicated seat and a sliding desk along with the chart table and the electronics.
The galley in the Lagoon 77 catamaran is equipped with both a freezer and a refrigerator and has a spacious stainless steel double sink. There is plenty of storage space with three separate storage units having multiple drawers, doors, and shelves. The galley houses a four-burner hob and an oven, as well as a dining table and a bench seat.
Accessed from the cockpit via a spiral staircase, the flybridge of Lagoon 77 is unique in its offers of two furniture types – the loose furniture option and the built-in furniture option.
The flybridge on the Lagoon 77 is so large that it is not dedicated only for navigation but is divided into two parts, offering relaxation at the back and navigation at the front. The two large helm stations on the flybridge allow for incredible visibility and efficient maneuvering with comfortable helmsperson seats and cushions.
The relaxation area at the back of the flybridge does not only have comfortable seating options but also a bar cabinet with its own sink, fridge, and ice-maker.
Lagoon 77 is powered by a standard Volvo D4-180 horsepower and an option John Deere N5-230 horsepower diesel engine and has two generators of 19 kW and 26 kW to meet all the power requirements of the refrigerators, wine coolers, and air conditioners, etc. The engine rooms have excellent ventilation with 2 fans in each engine compartment and are spacious with good lightning for easy and efficient maintenance checks.
The Lagoon 77 catamaran has an overall length of 23.20 meters and the waterline length of 22.60 meters. It has a mast clearance of 38.20 meters. The maximum beam goes up to 11 meters and it has an enormous displacement of 57000 kilograms. The Lagoon 77 catamaran has a total water reserve capacity of 2200 liters with fresh water capacity being 2 x 800 liters and grey water capacity being 2 x 300 liters while the total fuel capacity is 2800 liters. With a complete surface area of 250 sq. meters and a habitable area of 205 sq. meters, the area that can be utilized aboard the 77 is remarkably close to that of a tennis court.
The Lagoon 77 catamaran comes with the hefty price of $3.6 – $4.5 million.
In conclusion, the Lagoon 77 catamaran with its optimum performance, extravagant living areas and exquisite facilities on board is one majestic catamaran to take to the sea – the worth of which is reflected in its price tag!