Lagoon, CNB announce models at Paris and Düsseldorf
Published: Thursday, 30 November 2017
Built in Bordeaux yard and owned by the Beneteau Group, yacht builders Lagoon and CNB are shining at two European boat shows – Nautic, the Paris Boat Show (December 2-10) and Boot Düsseldorf (January 20-28).
(Photo: Lagoon - Lagoon 40)
The Lagoon 40 – being staged at both Shows – is a 11.74m catamaran designed by Patrick le Quément and Nauta Design. Its cockpit features a starboard dining table accommodating up to 12 guests and a recreation area on the same side and seating at the rear beam.
Other highlights include a helm station accessible from the cockpit or deck and a large aft transoms with a spacious swim platform, allowing simple access to the tender and easy boarding.
With a beam of 6.76m, the Lagoon 40 is available in three-cabin or four-cabin two-head configurations.
Also at Boot Düsseldorf, the Lagoon 50 is the compromise between the 450 model and the 52. She has a large open cockpit facing out to sea, wide stern skirts enabling easy access to the boat and a large modular dining area with removable beach seats.
The helm station on the flybridge can be reached through two secure accesses. Behind the helm station, there sits a huge modular recreation area with a storage area concealed.
Featured this year, the CNB 66 – designed by architect Philippe Briand – is a new yacht in the semi-custom line of CNB yacht builders. She will be exhibited at both shows and will be the largest yacht at the Nautic.