That’s how this flagship catamaran is advertised… So let’s see what we get under such title. It is a 62 feet long and 31 feet wide catamaran. Impressive at first sight! This massive beauty is powered by 243 sq m of sail area which means that it is not a real estate but pretty powerful sailing device. Fresh water tanks can hold as much as 960 l and fuel tank has a capacity of 1300 l which can provide a decent amount of sailing/cruising autonomy and luxury.
Comfort and safety are emphasized by the wide side decks and integrated hatchways which make you feel really relaxed while moving around the exterior. The flybridge is designed in a manner to provide a new living space on board – not only is the skipper allowed to stay there but the entire family could enjoy the overall view and the sensation of helming. There is enough space literally for the whole crew – the helm, winches, jammers and all other commands are combined with a lounge area and a sunbathing terrace.
There is the option of Lagoon 620 with two helms, to ensure greater comfort for passengers and better visibility and maneuver space for skipper. The cockpit is designed in a manner to provide enough space to accommodate lounge, a large dining table for eight, a bar unit along with a sink for outside cooking. The saloon and the galley are designed in two versions – with lateral galley or with central galley. On the port side of the saloon with lateral galley there is a luxurious lounge with cocktail table, foot rest and chaise lounge. On the starboard side there is a double dining table on electric jacks.
The navigation area is equipped with a large and functional chart table along with the adjustable armchair; all at the central position of the saloon, to the bow. The lateral galley has the direct access to the cockpit. General feeling while being there is ultimate spaciousness emphasized by large and functional surfaces, mighty stove and two ovens, two sinks and massive storage areas along with refrigeration units worth of a primary residence.
The central galley is designed in a manner to provide a chef a panoramic view both of the outside and the saloon/dining room while the passengers can enjoy chef’s virtue and communication with him while preparing tidbits.
The aft portside hull space of the central galley version of Lagoon 620 is reserved for a double cabin with en-suite bathroom and the direct access to the cockpit. Other cabins abound with space, light, ergonomically shaped wardrobes and storage spaces, elegantly designed by the Nauta design. Master bedroom is positioned in starboard hull along with lounge and luxury bathroom. However, Lagoon 620 can be delivered in several versions regarding the cabins – 4, 5 and 6 cabins versions combined with central or lateral galley.
At the end of the day, one can conclude that Lagoon 620 is a real piece of art, designed for luxury sailing either provided by a charter company or for private use.
We should not forget to mention that Lagoon 620 is designed by Van Peteghem Lauriot Prévost, who have won more awards than any other firm of multi-hull designers in the world. The experience of sailing Lagoon 620 proves that performance is really guaranteed, as advertised.
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I wish you a calm sea, a fine wind and a strong mast!