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Bali 4.0 | 2017
The BALI 4.0 is characterized by a single cockpit / saloon area, entirely flush and unencumbered by bulkheads, accessible via an immense folding glass door on electric rams. So in the blink of an eye you can switch from Cosy mode to Lounge mode, with a panoramic view over the sea
• A forward cockpit with dining area as well as an immense sunbathing area in place of the traditional trampoline
• Extra living space with sunbathing area on the coachroof
As with its big brothers, the BALI 4.5 Open Space and the BALI 4.3 Loft, the BALI 4.0 enjoys an extraordinary amount of natural light. The large retractable windows bring an unequalled freshness into the saloon as well as a panoramic view. The many hatches in the hulls ensure exceptional natural ventilation.
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Lagoon 560 | Iceberg| 2011
She is unique Lagoon 560, Refitted 2017 with all the comfort , extras and made to order. Here grey hull color, intereior and exterior areas has been designed with taste and finesse.
Lagoon 50| 2019
Lagoon 50 Catamaran available for private crewed yacht charters throughout Croatia. Is a spacious sailing catamaran able to accommodate 8-10 guests. The 5 luxurious double bed cabins and one twin bed cabin, all have en-suite facilities. Air conditioned throughout the catamaran offers an LCD TV, DVD entertainment system in the lounge area.
Lagoon 52| 2017
The Lagoon 52, the latest model developed by the world's leading builder of cruising catamarans, marks a whole new era in the design of such boats, as indeed did its predecessor, the famed Lagoon 500. With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, bevelled hulls, its as if levitated deckhouse and tall rig, the Lagoon 52 is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its "outer" appearance, or even its interior layout.
Bali 4.3| 2018
The Bali 4.3 is all about maximizing space both topsides and belowdecks. However, to retain performance, the designer made the hulls flare to distinct chines just above the waterline, so that the underwater sections would remain narrow and efficient. This also ensures plenty of reserve buoyancy, an important feature in a boat with a solid foredeck like this one.
Lagoon 39| 2017
It looks like a Lagoon. It’s built like a Lagoon. But this 39-footer is a another breed of catamaran. Specifically, although naval architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prévost of VPLP Design have kept the signature vertical windows and overall appearance of previous Lagoon models, they made significant changes to the rig and hulls to improve sailing performance. Most importantly, the mast and center of buoyancy of the hulls are now much farther aft. The bows are also very fine and plumb to maximize waterline length.