Lagoon Sixty 5

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Summary

  • Make Lagoon
  • Model Sixty 5
  • Year 2021
  • LOA 67ft/20m
  • Class Multihull
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Multi-Hull
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Twin Diesel
  • Drive Sail Drive
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 9
  • Cabins 4
  • Ancasta Ref 36385
  • Name Lagoon Sixty 5

Overview

The new Lagoon SIXTY 5 sailing catamaran comes as a worthy successor of the highly successful 620 model. With its slender hulls and sculptural curves, the Lagoon SIXTY 5 has rightly earned its place in the world of luxury sailing yachts. The secret of its beauty lies in the sensual lines. They are an alliance of both tradition and modernity that orchestrate its generous proportions and extensive sea keeping qualities. A true cruising thoroughbred providing a wonderul platform to sail in complete luxury and comfort whilst retaining excellent sailing performance and seakeeping qualities.

Build

Brand New VPLP Design Built in Bordeaux by CNB Yachts for Lagoon Catamarans

Composite bimini with sky windows, lights and curtains
Loose flybridge layout
Hydraulic Platform



Length overall :20.55 m / 67’5’’
Beam: 10 m / 32’1’’
Draft: 1.55 m / 5’1’’
Mast clearance: 33.80 m / 110’11’’
Light displacement (EEC): 40 T / 88200 Lbs
Sail area: 268 m² / 2,884 sq.ft
Full-batten mainsail: 170,5 m² / 1835 sq.fr
Furling genoa: 98 m² / 1054 sq.ft

Rig

Cutter Rigged Sloop with modern Lagoon design placing aft to increase performance and stability

Aluminium mast and boom
3 Spreader Rig
Square top fully battened mainsail (170 sq.m) and genoa (98 sq.m) in Spectra DYS
Furlling Genoa 98 Sq m
Code 0 (Triradial Mylar in Black)
Gear for asymmetric or code 0 sail, wirth electric furler
3 electric winches in lieu of standard
Dacron staysail, running rigging, halyard and electric furler

Accommodation

In terms of accommodation layout, the starboard aft side is dedicated to the owner. Combining luxury, comfort and style, the owner’s cabin is a particular on board highlight, and it utilises and improves on all the best features from the master suite on the 620 including private terrace access to the water to aft. The cabin itself features a wide island bed facing the ample windows. Enjoy also a working space including a desk, bookshelves and a comfortable sofa in a strong indigo colour.

Forward of this side of the hull there is a double VIP cabin. It offers a private dressing area, floor to ceiling mirror and impressively sized shower cabin. Opposite in the port hull to aft there is a private galley that has direct cockpit access. The galley is fully equipped with top notch Miele home-size appliances including a microwave, electric stove and oven, double fridge, double sink and a secondary freezer in the floor to safely refrigerate the catch of the day!

This specification is based around the four cabin four head owners version with the galley 'down'. Other versions are available.

Machinery

Twin Volvo D4 - 175 (175HP)
Electric bow thruster to starboard
Electronic throttles at port and starboard helm stations
Folding propellers (Varifold)

ELECTRICS
3 inverters, 24V/5000VA (1 x 2000VA is standard)
Onan generator, 19kVA 230V/50HZ
Additional Onan generator, 13kVA

Inventory

NAVIGATION
B&G Navigation Pack
B&G Under Flybridge Cameras
Yacht Management System

GENERAL
Reverse cycle air conditioning
Watermaker 280l/h Sea Recovery Aquamatic 220V
Hydraulic stern platform with folding starboard side and remote
Highfield Ocean Master 460 deluxe RIB in grey with Honda BF60HP
Bow compartment cabin with single bed, sink, shower and toilet
Bunk beds in middle port cabin with air con (central galley version)
Bow compartment cabin with single bed, sink, shower and toilet
Loose flybridge layout with 2 coffee tables, 2 sunloungers, dining table and 8 chairs by TRIBU
4 Oceanled underwater spot lights
Side boarding ladder with opening lifelines
Composite bimini with sky windows, lights and curtains
Enclosure with windows for composite bimini
Exterior upholstery with protective covers - forward and aft cockpits
Covers for wheels, helm stations, cockpit table, windlass and winches
Cockpit enclosure with windows and privacy curtains
Fitted carpets in cabins, except crew area and companionway (lateral galley)
Hifi media centre with 55" retractable TV and DLNA network
Sliding door in owner's cabin (day/night separation)
Additional fridge/freezer, 100L under floor of lateral galley
Ice maker in cockpit 220V
Saloon wine cooler (22 bottles)
Electric lifting bar on flybridge
Microwave oven with grill - Miele
Washer/dryer - Miele
Big sphere fender (55cm diameter)
Telescopic boathook
Deck brush
Additional cleaning kit (above basic deck brush)
Galley crash-bar strap
Tool kit
Cordless 18v reversible drill with light, hammer option
Gerber Bear Grylls compact multi-tool
Hose reel & fittings
Anchor ball
Pilot book
Log book
Nautical almanac
VHF radio procedure card
Clock & barometer set
Portland course plotter kit
Dividers & parallel rule
Local chart set (UK only)
Binoculars
Hand-held compass
Water jerry can (10 litres)
3 x 1 litre manufacturer recommended engine oil; 3 x 1 litre recommended coolant
Funnel
Garmin GPSMAP 78SC hand-held GPS (waterproof/colour/plotter)
Icom M35 hand-held VHF (it floats)
Navionics Platinum Plus cartridge
4 x floating LED waterproof torches
12v search light
Signal (motor-sailing) cone


SAFTEY
Fire blanket (1.1m x 1.1m)
Fire extinguisher 1Kg dry powder
Gas foghorn & canister set
Offshore First Aid kit
Ocean Safety coastal flare pack
Throwing line & holder
KRU Sports Pro automatic lifejacket with harness
Safety line 2 hook locking
Ocean Signal Rescue Me personal AIS/DSC
Jonbuoy rescue sling
Softwood bungs pack
Jonbuoy inflatable danbuoy c/w light
Ocean ISO9650 raft 10M C
Lifebuoy & holder c/w Apollo light, lifebuoy drogue & pocket, reflective tape & whistle for MCA (white)


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