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Lagoon Seventy 7

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875.000 €

Pure luxury

A catamaran beyond the usual.

In search of another dimension of cruising, the Seventy 7 was created and presented to the public in Cannes in 2016. Luxury and individuality are in the foreground, and thanks to the highest level of safety and comfort, the Seventy 7 is suitable for worldwide use without compromise.

 

The Lagoon flagship offers you and your guests a variety of lounges: the large lounge area with a dining table aft, the front cockpit with seating and sunbathing options and direct access to the saloon, as well as the flybridge with jacuzzi and a magnificent all-round view.

 

The new Lagoon flagship was designed by experts from the studio Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost (VPLP), with Patrick Le Quement responsible for the styling and the lines. The elegant interior was created by Massimo Gino from the well-known Italian design company Nauta Design. The uniform design language, paired with plenty of daylight, ensures a uniquely luxurious interior.

 

“Open floor plans are an important part of our design. We want to allow uninterrupted views of nature’s beauties and allow guests to enjoy a comfortable and liberating life at sea. You will inevitably enjoy personal relaxation aboard Seventy 7.”

The side decks are wide with numerous flush hatches. There are no tripping hazards on the way from the stern to the bow, which of course, is particularly good for older people and playing children. With two L-shaped seating areas, the forward cockpit is probably the coolest (and shadiest) spot to enjoy sundowners as the Seventy 7 sways at anchor in the trade winds. The trampoline between the hulls is ideal for chilling out or sunbathing.

 

Both the forward cockpit and the trampoline are also accessible directly from the saloon, giving you excellent uninterrupted views of the horizon.

 

The third social area is the flybridge, high above the water. Its aft lounge, including the Jacuzzi, is one of the most desirable places. You have a magnificent all-around view from here, and a hard top protects you from direct sun or from one or the other monsoon shower. There is even an open-air galley where guests can quickly prepare a snack or a delicious cocktail.

A huge mirrored glass sliding door opens electrically to reveal the spacious saloon, which is on the same level as the cockpit.

 

To port, there is a dinette for eight guests. On the opposite, there is a couch arranged around a coffee table. In the middle, enclosing the mast, is the onboard bar. Forward to port, you'll find two B&G multifunction screens and the vertical outside windows, a trademark of Lagoon. Large screens extend out of the ceiling and disappear again for evening cinema enjoyment.

 

The dominant colors of the decor are brown, gray, and muted beige tones, creating an elegant and understated atmosphere.

 

Opposite the galley, at the front of the starboard hull, is the icing on the cake, the owner's suite. A few steps lead down to the opulent chambers with a king-size bed, a walk-in closet, a desk, a sofa, a huge bathroom with a rain shower, and a double vanity with two sinks.

 

All in all, a whopping 35 square meters of space in this area are dedicated to the comfort that you would look for in vain in many a posh hotel. But that's not all. Secluded from the rest of the yacht, Lagoon has incorporated a technological gem into the Seventy 7's design, allowing the owner's suite direct access to the sea via a private terrace.

 

And this is how it works: a hydraulic gate hidden in the ship's side is lowered, which not only opens up an unbeatable sea view but also creates a private teak beach. Start the day with a dip in the blue sea right from your suite.

The deck dimensions are similar to those of a tennis court, but this suits the proportions of this yacht. Between the two rear parts is a swimming platform as a teak beach for bathing pleasure. But it is also perfect as a beach club for romantic evening dinners, which can be lowered hydraulically to water level and even below.

 

This concept is perfect for diving and snorkeling excursions, as there is no need to climb up ladders. You can easily lower yourself into the water and get out again the same way with all your equipment. And thanks to its own air compressor, there is no need to go to filling stations after a dive.

 

Lonely bays can be explored with a tender. Equipped with a 100 hp outboard engine, lots of fun on a donut or a banana is guaranteed. Fans of water skiing and wakeboarding will also get their money's worth.

 

In addition to the diving and snorkeling equipment mentioned, there are also two sea scooters on board, with which you can glide through the water while you marvel at the underwater world. There is also fishing equipment for lovers of fresh fish and two stand-up paddle boards. If you are still missing something for your pleasure, there is plenty of storage space for extensions.

 

The two helm stations are slightly offset in the front area of ​​the flybridge. From here, the crew can check the trimming of the sails at any time while also keeping an eye on the entire forecastle.

 

A galley is installed in the front part of the hull on the port side. It is fully equipped with full-size appliances, including a washer and dryer. There is direct access to the crew cabins and their living areas. This enables guests to enjoy their privacy without being disturbed.

The 36-meter carbon fiber mast carries up to 335 square meters of sail area, all of which are operated via hydraulic furling systems. With a displacement of around 60 tons, the yacht also has sufficient mass for maximum stability and manages an impressive 12 knots on a down sheet course in 5-force winds.

 

The tank capacities of 1.600 liters of water and 2.800 liters of fuel are designed to cover longer distances. And once the wind dies down, the drive from two 180 hp Volvo Penta diesel engines ensures an average cruising speed of around 9.2 knots.

 

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Things to know about Lagoon Seventy 7.

Amenities
Cabins:
4
Guests:
8
Crew:
2
Decks:
3
Tenders:
100 HP
Entertainment:
Video & Audio
Water Toys:
SUP, Waterski, etc.
Swim Platform:
Hydraulic
Design
Length:
23,25m | 76’3
Beam:
11m | 36’1
Draft:
1,9m | 6’3
Builder:
VPLP Design
Year:
new
Refit:
new
Interior Design:
Nauta Design
Exterior Design:
P. le Quément
Technical
Cruising Speed:
9 knots
Top Speed:
20 knots
Displacement:
61,66 metric tons
Sail:
309m2
Fuel:
2.800 litres
Freshwater:
1.600 litres
Flag:
Malta

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