The Lagoon teams have been committed to the development of renewable energy for many years, namely in 2008, with the launch of the Lagoon 420 Hybrid, equipped with two electric engines. This approach explains the use of solar panels, which have been tested and selected for their reliability and durability, and also reduces the risk of programmed obsolescence, regarding material and equipment installed on board.
Yacht design should only favor durable, functional , and proven solutions inspired by the best of technological innovations. With the only limitations being reliant on good seamanship, building reliable and safe catamarans means they need to be elegant, fast, and easy to steer. This elegance transpires from meticulous design details. Sometimes individually imperceptible, combining the basic favorable yacht design attributes with cohesion, function, and aesthetics leads to what we have today.
This could not occur without the teamwork of the naval and interior design architects, with whom we have been collaborating with from the beginning. They are among the best in the world and have consistently provided us with unmatched artistic talent and technical expertise. They follow alongside us from the conception to the construction of each yacht.
This yard, a new generation Bénéteau Group production site, is entirely dedicated to the construction of Lagoon the catamarans ranging from 38 to 45 feet.
Parc Actipôle Est
85170 BELLEVILLE-SUR-VIE – France
Located along the Garonne River, the CNB Bordeaux site, which spreads over 100 000 m², including 44 000 m² of covered areas, handles the construction of "large" Lagoon yachts (50' and over), as well as superyachts, which launched CNB yacht builders to become internationally renowned.
162 Quai de Brazza
33000 BORDEAUX - France
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