Lagoon 620 - An Exceptional Living Space

Lagoon 620

Key features

Naval Architect: VPLP Design
Interior Design: Nauta Design
Exterior Design: Patrick Le Quément
  • Flybridge – or upper deck
  • Two helm stations
  • Four, five and six cabin versions
  • A large forward sun-deck and a functional flybridge
  • Saloon and cockpit feature a wet bar, areas for chilling, as well as indoor and outdoor dining areas
  • A transom platform for easy access to the ocean when swimming or boarding a dinghy
  • Large hull and picture windows offer plenty of natural light


Award winning naval architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prévost (VPLP) have created a flagship model truly designed for long distance cruising – a luxurious home that can be sailed around the world with just two people.

Together with the Lagoon R & D team, the 620 is an innovative solution to owners’ needs: strength, comfort, performance and choice!

Lagoon 620
Lagoon 620


An innovative in-boom reefing system and super-smart management setup on the Lagoon 620 catamaran is sure to please … the Lagoon 620 is pure innovation. It solves the challenge of sail handling – using smart technology to manage all the electrical systems.

The double helm station provides perfect visibility when setting sail or manoeuvring, and the 620 features a functional flybridge that can also accommodate visitors, thanks to separate crew and reception areas.

Enjoy a large forward sun deck and perfectly designed transom platforms for easy access to the sea when swimming or boarding a dinghy. Moving around the boat is easy thanks to flush deck panels and wide side decks. There is an almost perfect integration between the saloon and cockpit, and it includes a wet-bar … you’re welcome.

Interior - immense and luxurious

There’s no other word for the 620 interior except for ‘immense’. Relax in clearly defined dining, sitting and navigation areas. Choose between four, five and six cabin versions and two galley options. The areas are uncluttered and spacious, with an abundance of storage, ventilation and natural light.

Cabins are cleverly designed with side access to beds, washrooms with separate showers, plenty of storage space and separate heads in the owners’ washroom.

Spend hours gazing out the large hull windows and picture windows in the galley and aft starboard cabin … these trademark windows give plenty of natural light. Indirect lighting in saloon and cabins provides softer light and the saloon windows can be fitted with blinds.

The lateral galley in the port hull includes direct access to the saloon and a separate exit to the cockpit. The owners’ cabin in the starboard hull has a private sitting area and direct access to the cockpit.

Lagoon 620
Lagoon 620


  • Length overall: 18.90m/62′
  • Beam: 10.00m/32’10”
  • Draft: 1.55m/5’1”
  • Mast clearance: 31m/101’9”
  • Light displacement (EEC): 30.8t
  • Sail area: 231m²/2486 sq ft
  • Full-batten mainsail: 140m²/1506 sq ft
  • Square top mainsail (opt): 146m²/1571 sq ft
  • Furling genoa: 91m²/979 sq ft
  • Furling staysail: 48m²/516 sq ft
  • Asymmetrical spinnaker (opt): 300m²/3228 sq ft
  • Code O (opt): 185m²/1991 sq ft
  • Engine (std): 2 x 110 CV / 2 x 110 HP
  • Optional engine: 2 x 150
  • Fuel capacity: 2 x 650l/2 x 172 US gal
  • Fresh water capacity: 4 x 240l/4 x 63 US gal
  • No of berths: 8 to 14
  • EC certification: A :14 – B :14 – C :16 – D :30


Lagoon 620


The flagship Lagoon 620 is a proven design for this cat builder, with 72 hulls sailing. Differentiating it in an increasingly competitive big catamaran market was a challenging step to take and that is what the Bordeaux-based builder has attempted with the revamped Lagoon 620.

As the new Australian owner of the 620 told me, it makes this imposing 62-footer much more manageable. Along with a newly designed power system, the 620 is an innovative flagship from the French yard.

As for the rest, the main attraction for this size of cat is space, with up to six cabins plus crew accommodation. Versatility is another reason to look at the Lagoon 620, thanks to different galley layouts, plus the acres of lounging space topside, especially on the flybridge.

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At 62 feet, the volume even in a catamaran’s narrow hulls begins to get significant, and Lagoon cuts it up a number of ways in the Lagoon 620 to offer arrangements with as many as five double cabins or as few as three. All of them provide island beds and their own en suite heads with stall showers. In one layout, the galley is in the aft end of the port hull, with access both to the saloon and to the deck through its own companionway.

Under the rigid aft-deck awning, which is an extension of the saloon roof, a large dining area is serviced by a wet bar. The cockpit, if that refers to the control station, is moved up to a fly bridge, creating another socialising zone.

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“This powerful deep-water catamaran combines the outstanding comfort of a luxurious houseboat with excellent performance, both under sail and engine power.”

Mer & Bateaux, FR – September 2009

“With a steady breeze blowing on our beam we easily exceeded 10 knots in 25 knots of apparent wind.”

Vela & Motore, IT – October 2009


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