Simpson Marine Delivers Lagoon 630 MY In Thailand
Published: Monday, 22 February 2016
A 19.5-metre Lagoon 630 MY has been delivered to new owners in Thailand, who will split their time between the UK, France and Thailand.
A traditional Buddhist ceremony, organised by Simpson Marine Thailand, was carried out for the handover of the new Lagoon. During the ceremony, the Buddhist monks blessed the yacht for safe passage during the owners’ first journey to Burma, Vietnam and Cambodia, as well as in future travel. The ceremony, specific to Thailand, is performed during various occasions to bring good luck and prosperity.
In Asia, the Lagoon 630 encounters huge success since her first presentation during the 2015 Singapore Yacht Show.
The 630 is available in five versions where the galley can be located either in a hull or in the main saloon and the number of cabins can range from four to six. All cabins are en suite and have private, direct access six steps down from the saloon. The owner’s suite, on top of direct access to the water, also has an extra large bathroom with separated shower, sink and heads areas.