Catamaran craft

Catamaran manufacturer Lagoon has introduced the Sixty5, building on the design cues of its predecessor, the Lagoon 620.

24 August 2020


Measuring 20.55-metres in length overall, with a generous 10-metres at the beam and spanning three levels including a huge flybridge, the new Sixty5 is Lagoon’s next step into the big boat market.

Lagoon has teamed up with naval architects VPLP, as well as Patrick Le Quement for the exterior architecture and design and Studio Nauta for the interiors.

The Sixty5 features soft lines and a floating roof, tying together the windows framed by the moulding and flush hatches on the wide walkaround decks and will offer the same saloon to bow access through the forward door as the other models in the range.

There are a number of new innovations to come to the table to maximise safety, handling and experience.

It has improved the access to the flybridge from the open cockpit for safety while underway.


The twin helm has been brought forward for short-handed sailing and ease of control and use.

There is also a reversible full-width cockpit lounge so you can face outwards to the ocean or inwards to guests.

The Sixty5 offers a number of customisations specified exactly for the customer.

There is a choice of woods and upholstery to suit the owner’s style and taste, and range of layouts for private ownership or with up to six double ensuite cabins.

The sail area amounts to 268-square-metres with the fully battened mainsail and furling genoa.



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