Lagoon 630MY - A New Approach

Key features

Naval Architect: VPLP Design
Interior Design: Nauta Design
Exterior Design: Patrick Le Quément
  • Five cabin layout
  • 893 square feet interior
  • Aft deck has bar, fridge, icemaker and barbecue
  • Duel helms on the flybridge, an ample lounge and a wet bar
  • Excellent sailing characteristics and cruising range for a boat of its size
  • Luxurious fit and finish inside and out, exemplified by the owners’ stateroom
Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht
Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht


How can you combine the requirements of offshore cruising with the high standards of a luxury motor yacht?

Lagoon discovered the secret.  

 Owners have wanted to expand their horizons with a long range, good performance motor yacht in total comfort and serenity.

And so the Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht was born. Heir to the widely renowned marine qualities of the Lagoon 620, its program includes long distance blue water as well as coastal cruising aboard a luxurious residence.

The 630MY is luxurious, award winning, stable and fuel-efficient.


Based on the Lagoon 620 sailing catamaran, owners will discover a blue water passage maker with accommodation and equipment that makes living aboard feel both safe and elegant.

Skipper from any one of three helm stations – two on the flybridge and one in the saloon. Twin turbo diesels effortlessly propel the fuel-efficient hulls to a very comfortable 12 knot cruising speed and a maximum speed of 16 knots. With 3200 litre standard fuel capacity (upgradable) this is a true long-distance cruiser designed to take you and your guests to the far corners of the earth – safely and comfortably.

The 630MY is perfect for both entertaining and family getaways.  With plenty of seating and sunning areas, you can open the fabric sunroof to optimise the flybridge experience.    Relax in Nauta Design’s indulgent and spacious saloon … your high-end apartment on the water.

The Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht: the all-new way of cruising in ultimate luxury and style.

Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht Exterior
Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht Interior


The Lagoon 630MY was awarded the ‘Best Interior Design in the 50’ to 80’ yachts’ category at the annual ‘Invictus Yachts Trophies’ gala award ceremony held by Yachts Magazine.

And it’s easy to see why.  The 630MY is a high-end luxury apartment on the water.  

Designers have delivered two saloon configurations, five cabin layouts … creating an indescribable environment with a more upscale feel thanks to Alpi wood in oak or teak, dark veneer flooring and leather and fabric accented wall coverings.

The island configuration of the galley allows multiple cooks to work simultaneously – with extra storage and refrigeration drawers.  With a crew on board, the crew can prepare meals out of sight and serve guests inside or on deck without intrusion.

Electric blinds add privacy day and night, and there are so many ways to personalise the 630MY, it’s more of a custom-made, than a production boat.


  • Overall length: 19.35m
  • Waterline length: 18.65m 
  • Maximum beam: 10.00m
  • Draft: 1.20m
  • Fresh water capacity: 960 litres
  • Standard fuel capacity: 3200 litres
  • Standard engine power: 2 x 260HP
  • Naval architects: VPLP
  • Interior design: Nauta Design
Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht Specifications
Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht Reviews


The new Lagoon 630 is the flagship of the French builder’s power catamaran line and she’s getting high praise from all who have sailed or even just seen her, and you can get a quick peek for yourself by watching our Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht First Look Video.

She is a big cat. The aft deck alone is nearly 250 sq ft and the interior is 900 sq ft. The 630 can easily accommodate up to 12 people for extended cruising but it’s not just her size that makes her noteworthy.

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From her wide-open, Nauta-designed saloon to her spacious weather decks, the Lagoon 630 Motor Yacht is a comfortable and luxurious platform.

Departing from the south of France toward the end of December 2014, the delivery crew headed for the Canaries, which they reached in five days at an average speed of 9.7 knots. The yacht left the Canaries on Dec 31 for the long, trade-winds-assisted voyage across the Atlantic, headed for the island of St. Martin some 2,700 nautical miles away.

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“It’s brilliant.”

“The bay of Cannes was bustling on the day of our test but even with said chop and the wake of passing boats churning up the water, the 630 was unflustered.”

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