The 560 gave Lagoon a strong lead in terms of comfort, ergonomics and style, combining the world-renowned talents of the architectural firm VPLP and the design consultants Nauta.
The version offers an additional choice of layouts which are unequalled for this size of catamaran: up to 5 fully independent cabins and the choice between a galley in the port hull or as a centre island. The 560, designed for hospitable cruising, offers a layout which is ideal for accommodating a skipper, who has his own private quarters on board.
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The fly bridge is a veritable upper-deck saloon (access via closable stairway). Its helm station provides perfect visibility and includes a magnificent spot for sunbathing at the rear
The cockpit is fully protected from the sun and sea spray and is on the same level as the galley cuisine (centre galley version), saloon and chart table. Includes large sliding glass door
Large and practical foredeck cockpit
Transom platforms specially designed for safe boarding
"In a 25-knot strong breeze, sailing full and by, the GPS varied between 8.5 and 9.2 knots... Next morning, in a light breeze, we were able to set full sail (280 sq. m!). The 560 sails great in as little as 3 knots of real wind."
Multicoques Magazine, FR / Multihulls World, UK - February 2011
"A breeze of between 9 and 12 knots allowed us to fully appreciate the quality of the designers' work. Despite a displacement of 30.3 tonnes, the boat made steady progress, was agile when manoeuvring and quickly picked up speed after each tack."
Yacht & Sail, IT – November 2010
A wide choice of layouts with 4 or 5 cabins ensures that each owner finds the answer to his cruising programme in the comfort provided by Nauta Design.
The cockpit is directly accessible from the owner's cabin (starboard) and guest cabin (port) (or from the galley in the “port-side galley” version)
owner's cabin includes office, separate washroom and direct access to the cockpit
Guest cabins include VIP accommodation with separate washrooms
in the “central galley” version, the saloon is made up of a lounge area and an “L-shaped” galley separated by a stowage unit that can also accommodate a TV on a lift mechanism on the lounge side
saloon includes L-shaped galley separated by a stowage unit that can also accommodate a TV set on the saloon side