Designed to offer even more comfort to her owners, the Lagoon 670 was inspired by the new line of Lagoon catamarans, and is distinguished by her innovations, be they related to the boat itself or to her style.
Of course there is the panoramic roof, but with even more studied elegance, along with straight-entry bows, a raised underbody, ergonomic steering stations, and direct access from the stern skirts to the cockpit. Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prévost have once again proved themselves masters of creativity in cruising catamaran design. With a long string of racing victories to their name, there is no doubt that the hulls will add a high-performance factor to the boat's sailing capacities. This bluewater sailboat can also anchor in the shallowest mooring spots, for even greater enjoyment of the sea.
Inside, thanks to the vertical salon windows, the volume seems twice as large; the companionway steps are more friendly, the owner's cabin proudly presents its walk-around queen-size double bed, leveled at a comfortable height. The modular salon and its access to the cockpit are two other distinctive features of this prestigious vessel. Standing headroom and floor-level width are also increased.