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Marine Resources 2022 - LEADERBOARD

Lagoon 51 - Sailing towards new horizons

by Lagoon 3 Feb 05:22 PST

The Lagoon 51 reveals an optimized circulation on board and a great fluidity. A new model with an amazing layout and offering sustainable solutions. World Premiere April 20th 2022 International Multihull Show.

"We designed the Lagoon 51 as a perfect synthesis of the modernity of the shapes and the sail plan, with living space on deck and inside that is unequalled on a boat of this size." VPLP Design.

Appealing flybridge

The flybridge is optimized to occupy 80% of the roof with 2 large sunpads at the front of the helm station and a huge C shape seating area. The central table can be lowered to create an XL sunbathing area.

The comfortable sofas allow you to welcome your guests to share and enjoy relaxing times, alongside the captain, at the helm of the Lagoon 51. Thanks to its modular seating, you can enjoy navigating the boat alone or with others. Discover a truly convivial space.

Two stairs lead to the fly, one for the helmsman and one for the guests. This double access allows a great fluidity of connection between the living spaces of the boat.

This convivial place is appreciated at anchor but also during navigation. Thanks to full headroom in the flybridge, it can be safely used under way.

Maneuvers are at hand from steering station, while the guests can walkaround without disturbing the helmsman.

The flybridge of the Lagoon 51 is innovative by the modularity of its spaces, its clever ergonomics and the coziness of this great living area.

Extended transoms for a better circulation

Step effortlessly aboard the Lagoon 51 thanks to the large and wide transoms. This feature provides a safe and practical access to the dock side.

In association with the Tenderlift, this represents a super large balcony by the sea. At mooring, this large bathing platform is an invitation to swim and relax with your feet in the water!

For an easy circulation on board, there are only two very small steps between the cockpit and the transoms. The level between the two is considerably low, making it the most accomplished solution on the market. Practical and design, it meets a real need.

Welcoming forward cockpit

Walk along the side-decks to reach the forward cockpit.

This beautiful space has an unobstructed view over the ocean and is designed to meet your every need: whether sharing sundowners or laying back comfortably in the middle of the day under the shade sail.

Forward cockpit hosts nice amenities like plenty of cupholders, a nice coffee table and a sun protection to enjoy every moment.

"The stepped up lounge of the saloon offers the best 360 degrees panoramic view over the water." - Nauta Design.

New generation interior

Step into a spacious salon: Discover innovative concept of space. Thanks to the mast being stepped on the fore end of the saloon, the view is continuous. The great luminosity, coming from the 360 degrees vertical windows, and the new wood finishes "Alpi sand oak" simply reinforce this feeling of space.

Wherever you are, the volume of this salon is impressive, allowing for an easy circulation. In addition, it offers all the practical solutions you would expect on a Lagoon.

Always more confort for the owners: The owner's cabin benefits as well from this lay-out optimization and proposes, as standard, a large walk-in dressing.


XXL Solar panels options

The Lagoon teams have reinvented themselves to meet the demands of the new generation of owners.

Lagoon 51 offers options of XXL solar panels on the roof. This technology provides more than 3.400 watts of power to operate the on-board service. The boat is therefore fully autonomous (except for the air conditioning).

The solar panels fit perfectly into the lines of the catamaran and do not interfere with life on board. The flybridge and the sunpads on the roof are still accessible and usable even with the panels.

Sustainable commitments

Lagoon is committed to minimizing its impact on the environment. Sustainable solutions and environment care are an important part of the Lagoon strategy. On board this model:

  • hemp fiber replaces fiberglass wherever possible, together with partially biosourced resin
  • upholstery in recycled fabric is proposed
  • 100% ecological and biodegradable cleaning products will be delivered with the boat
  • The proposed Alpi wood is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and many more innovations are in progress.


Lagoon 51 embarks the Seanapps technology

The Seanapps application and its smart box simplify your boat's management and maintenance. The Lagoon 51 will be the very first Lagoon catamaran equipped with this technology.

Whether you want to check your fuel and battery charge levels, or schedule maintenance operations, Seanapps helps you streamline and safeguard your boat's maintenance requirements simply and easily.

Lagoon 51 primary specifications:

  • Naval architect: VPLP design
  • Interior design: NautaDesign
  • Exterior design: Patrickle Quément
  • Length overall: 15.35 m / 50'4"
  • Beam: 8.10 m / 26'7"
  • Mast clearance: 23.53 m / 77'2"
  • Draft: 1.38 m / 4'6"
  • Light displacement (CE): 19.914 T / 43,910 Lbs
  • Upwind sail area (std mainsail): 150 m2 / 1,615 sq.ft.
  • Upwind sail area (square top mainsail): 153 m2 / 1,647 sq.ft.
  • Fully battened mainsail: 97 m2 / 1,044 sq.ft.
  • Square top mainsail (option): 100 m2 / 1,076 sq.ft.
  • Genoa: 53 m2 / 570 sq.ft.
  • Code 0 (option): 101 m2 / 1,087 sq.ft.
  • Fresh water capacity: 830 L (219 US gal)
  • Fuel Capacity: 2 x 520 L / 2 x 137 US gal
  • Engines: 2 x 80 HP
  • Number of berths: 6 à 14
  • Certification CE: A: 12 - B: 14 - C: 20 - D: 30

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