Lagoon SIXTY 7 - Freedom has a name

Key features

Naval Architect: VPLP Design
Interior Design: Nauta Design
Exterior Design: Patrick Le Quément

Imagine a haven of peace. Home away from home. A sanctuary shelter from which to explore the vastness. This is freedom. At its purest.

The right balance between long-range and performance. Crafted for oceans and coastal cruising.

Where space and light know no boundaries…

The outdoor spaces offer unique opportunities for this yacht category.

A front cockpit, directly connected with the salon, allows you to enjoy the yacht in all privacy.

The central helm station stands alongside lounging spaces offering sensational visibility.

The flybridge design enables a bespoke layout with various solutions…

Onboard the SIXTY 7, luxury and comfort come with space and light.

Open and uninterrupted spaces seamlessly join the interior and the exterior, providing you with the best of both worlds.

A subtle combination of luxury, comfort and style along with simplicity and efficiency. With the highest level of care for finishing, that’s the spirit of the SIXTY 7

Owner’s suite: volume and refinement with a breathtaking view!

The attention and care dedicated to every single detail enhance the feeling of comfort on board.

A VIP cabin in absolute comfort.

Lateral galley: A layout focused on the wishes of an owner heedful of the needs of her crew.

Architects: VPLP Design

Exterior design: Patrick le Quément

Interior design: Nauta Design

Length overall: 20.15 m / 66’1’’

Beam: 10 m / 32’11’’

Draft: 1.15 m / 3’,9’’

Mast clearance: 8.20 m / 26’11’’

Light displacement (EEC): 48.3 t / 106,502 Lbs

Standart Engine: Volvo D6 – 2 x 340 HP

Option Engine: Yanmar 6LY – 2 x 440 HP

Transmission: Shaftline

Fuel capacity: 5,500 l / 1,452 US gal.

Fresh water :2 x 500 l / 264 US gal.

EC certification A: 14 – B: 18 – C: 24 – D: 40


“The SIXTY 7 expresses first of all: a reasoned elegance. An elegance that founds its source within the purity of its lines. It’s that kind of beauty that has a lot of happy ways to be contradictory: vast and yet concise, reaching the being by avoiding the appear,” Patrick le Quément .“As noted by Leonardo da Vinci: ‘The greatest sophistication is simplicity’. I like boats that are satisfied with their intrinsic beauty and do not get lost in expressive excesses, so I like the SIXTY 7.”

“The smooth flow between interior and exterior creates a feeling of warmth and conviviality throughout the boat. Whether you’re sailing with family or with friends, we have thought about every moment of life on board and about the unique places and atmospheres that make each one special,” Marc Van Peteghem.

“The interiors of the new SIXTY 7  is the latest step in an evolution defined by open and uninterrupted spaces that join the interior and exterior seamlessly and open views onto the beauty that you can sail to with these stable, seaworthy and dependable catamaran,” Massimo Gino.