New Lagoon 46 - DELIGHTFULLY SPACIOUS AND USER FRIENDLY

 

Key features

Naval Architect: VPLP Design
Interior Design: Nauta Design
Exterior Design: Patrick le Quément
  • larger sail plan for a better of sail surface/displacement ratio
  • mast stepped further aft, arising directly from VPLP’s racing experience
  • deep and welcoming forward cockpit
  • large modular sunbeds
  • shorter boom, self-tacking jib and FlatWinder for mainsail track, for ease of handling
  • large foretriangle for a greater choice of headsails and greater efficiency
Lagoon 46

Overview

The highly anticipated 46 is a new generation Lagoon catamaran, representative of the new Lagoon DNA.

The 46 espouses the winning formula that has firmly established Lagoon as the Number 1 catamaran brand in the world: freedom, bold innovation and generosity.

This high-performance and seaworthy boat is designed for user-friendly, enjoyable sailing with its elegant lines, unrivalled brightness and the generous, interconnected spaces.

It’s impossible not to relax on the 46, with its large modular sunbeds and quality equipment. And the comprehensive galley on deck makes entertaining friends and family a breeze.

This brand new Lagoon 46 is a true playground for bons viveurs!

Exterior

The Lagoon 46 has been designed for user friendliness, comfort and leisure.

By offering a deep and welcoming forward cockpit, a spacious aft cockpit and a versatile flybridge, a variety of spaces are balanced to perfectly combine handling and relaxation areas.

Reaching the flybridge is fast and easy thanks to the duel access points: one by way of the aft cockpit, the other from the deck. On the flybridge, the helming station affords both protection and visibility. For greater comfort, a choice of sun protection is available: a folding hood or a rigid bimini.

The comprehensive range of optional equipment on the 46 really enables you to customise your Lagoon to your specifications and really make it your own.

Just two steps from the saloon, access to the sea is wide, convenient and safe with the simple tender launching system. You can either opt for a conventional davit or a Tenderlift platform, which offers a new living space at the stern of the boat while facilitating access to the water.

Lagoon 46
Lagoon 46

Interior

The spacious interior is at once light filled, functional and elegant, thanks to the abundance of portholes and windows.

Emphasis was placed on neat finishes and interior brightness to enhance the quality of life on board and the VIP cabin and owner’s spaces are generously dimensioned and fitted with an island bed for optimal comfort.

The forward cockpit and the saloon are connected by means of retractable glazing, providing a sense of boundless space.

As for the single-level aft cockpit, it enables natural access from the transom skirts to the saloon by way of the cockpit.

Specifications

  • Length over all: 13,99 m / 45’11”
  • Beam: 7,96 m / 25’11”
  • Draft: 1,30 m / 4’3”
  • Mast clearance: 25,07m / 82’3″
  • Light displacement (EEC): 15, 75 t /3472280.63  Lbs
  • Sail area: 140 m² / 1506 sq. ft.
  • Full-batten mainsail: 89.6 m² / 964 sq. ft.
  • Square top mainsail (opt.): 89,6 m² / 865 sq. ft.
  • Engine (std): 2 x 45 à 2 x 57 CV CR / 2 x 45 to 2 x 57 HP CR
  • Optional engine: 2 x 57HP
  • Fuel capacity: 2 x 520 l / 2 x 137 US gal
  • Fresh water capacity: 2 x 300 l / 2 x 79 US gal
  • Black water capacity: 2 x 120 L
  • No. Of berths: 6 à 12 / 6 to 12
  • EC certification: A: 12, B: 14, C: 20, D: 30
  • Furling genoa: 50.4m² / 542 sq.ft
  • Code 0 (opt): 110m² / 1184 sq.ft.
Lagoon 46

BLOGS

Next Generation Lagoon

REVIEWS

Straight from France, the Lagoon 46 redefines the whole notion of roominess afloat. Underway, the flybridge on the 46 is the place to be. The boat we sailed had a hard Bimini top for shade (a canvas one is an option) and lots of cushioned lounging space just aft of the wheel. Offset to port, the winches are close at hand for the skipper, and all sail control lines lead to them. With the motors cut, our speed over ground hovered right around 9 knots closehauled. And by the time we’d gained enough sea room to crack off to a reach, though the wind had settled down into the teens, we still managed to add a couple more knots to our pace by unfurling the code zero.

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