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Lagoon Sixty 7

Norris Comer New Boats

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Joining the 2019 fleet of new designs is the Lagoon Sixty 7 out of France, an impressively large and luxurious power motoryacht catamaran. The successor of the Seventy 8 (I guess they’re counting backwards?), the Sixty 7 debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.

The initial impression is to be overwhelmed by the raw amount of space aboard, made possible by that nearly 33’ of beam. This catamaran makes full use of the generous space with non-stop sumptuous seating and entertainment-themed spaces from the deployable swim platform on the stern, through the covered cockpit and massive salon, and to the foredeck.

The flybridge, sheltered by a hardtop with retractable sunroofs, also has premium seating next to the mini bar and BBQ. There just doesn’t seem to be a bad seat in the house, and it’s easy to view the yacht as a potential luxury charter or even venue space for a small wedding. With 33’ of beam, the imagination does run wild.

The layout is reportedly customizable as well, with widely different numbers of staterooms, berths, and heads available. This customization is wise, especially if Lagoon is aiming for both the recreational and charter market.

As far as the guts are concerned, she’s powered with twin 330-horsepower inboard diesels for 660-horsepower total. This is relatively modest for a yacht of over 100,000 pounds, but the efficiency of modern multihulls means you need less raw horsepower for comparable performance. We don’t have performance numbers at this time, but the Sixty 7 is designed to be a long-distance trawler.

The new Lagoon Sixty 7 looks like an impressive yacht with top tier charter potential. If interested in learning more, you can contact the local dealer Marine Servicenter.

Norris Comer

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Norris Comer is an award-winning writer and the former Managing Editor of Northwest Yachting magazine. He was raised in Portland, Oregon and got his BS in Marine Science at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL where he lived aboard a 1973 Catalina 27 before moving to Washington and an Albin Vega. He has worked as a commercial fisherman, wandered aimlessly around the world, studied oil spills, and was a contestant on the Norwegian reality TV show "Alt for Norge."

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