The Lagoon 50 is an all-new 48-foot long catamaran from Lagoon that’s designed and built by the French expert designers VPLP. The exterior design of the vessel was done by the legendary Patrick le Quement while the classy interior was the brilliant work of Nauta Design. What’s more striking in the Lagoon 50, compared to other models, is her new sleek hull design, advanced sporty lines, and easy-to-handle rig and deck layout.

Aside from her stunning beauty on the outside, she boasts of a superbly comfortable interior, practical cabin layouts and generous exterior deck space that can sync with every holidaymaker’s needs. Her performance at sea is also uncompromising, something that takes the sailing experience to a whole new level.

The below Lagoon 50 catamaran review takes a close-up look at the vessel’s design (both interior & exterior), onboard amenities and what to expect when you charter it:

 

Accommodation

Lagoon 50 comes with six cabins that are capable of hosting up to 12 guests in utmost comfort and luxury. The master suite, which takes up almost all the space in the starboard hull, is equipped with a desk (with built-in bookcase and small settee), ahead with separate shower and walk-in closet/ dressing room.

On the port side, there are cabins fore and aft, furnished with en-suite separate head and shower. The port heads can be re-configured to create three single-stall heads with showers if need be. Instead of a walking closet, these cabins only have a cavernous storage space in-board, which can be easily transformed into another double cabin.

If you don’t want a master suite, there is a 6-cabin, 6-head layout that you can make use of in this vessel. All the aft cabins are fitted with panoramic glazing that allows a generous amount of light to pour in. The large hull portholes in the showers and bathrooms of the cabins also add to the comfort at sea, especially when sailing during bad weather.

Interior

The cat’s interior is spacious, with every design detail brought out perfectly to create a warm and cozy atmosphere. Her innovative saloon incorporates two separate but cohesive areas. On one side is a large galley, which opens onto the cockpit while on the other lies a slightly elevated lounge area that provides amazing vision over the waters.

The galley comes with two sections: two refrigerator drawers on the starboard side and three-burner Eno stove and a sink to the port side. The countertop space on the galley is vast, making it more comfortable and more convenient for cooks and bartenders to prepare food and drinks.

Just close to the L-shaped galley in the saloon is a teak table with open leaves that can seat up to 12 guests. Opposite it lies a cushioned couch alongside a sink fridge and ice maker. All these, when combined with the plush accommodations, makes relaxing and resting on board a soothing experience.

Exterior

Lagoon 50’s helm is on the flybridge, where there’s a long bench seat that can accommodate the captain and at least three companions.

Just below the flybridge is a cockpit area facing out to the sea with a huge modular dining area that’s furnished with a dining table, comfortable sofas, removable benches, and storage spaces.

There are two access points to the flybridge, where you can enjoy great comfort and visibility. Vast storage spaces also exist under most of the flybridge and cockpit seats, where guests can put in their extra stuff.

Entertainment

Lagoon 50 is furnished with all the entertainment facilities that can make your onboard experience lively, fun and interactive. Within the salon, there’s a flat screen TV, Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) and a stereo that you can use to entertain yourself and the guests.

You also have access to onboard Wi-Fi that’s available 24 Hours. That means you can easily browse through the internet and share your experiences with friends and family online at any time of the day.

Performance

The 50’s twin 57-HP Yanmar diesel engines (upgradable to 80 HP) with sail drives and folding propellers can deliver up a cool 9.5 knots at 3000 rpm. If you’re looking for fuel efficiency, then you can go at 2200 rpm with 7.5 knots in speed. Lagoon 50 further has a networked plotter and autopilot, a self-tacking jib, a bow thruster, and power winches, which make her performance stunning.

Where Does Lagoon 50 Sail

Lagoon 50 is available for charter across many places. But on a typical summer, you’ll find it in Croatia. The preferred pickup point is Marina Kastela, SPLIT. Alternatively, you can use the other pick-up area, which is ACI Dubrovnik, if you feel that’s a more convenient point for you.

Why Charter Lagoon 50?

Chartering the vessel, first of all, presents a unique opportunity to tour and explore all the dreamy coastlines, island and cays you’ve ever thought of. And with a full crew on board, your coveted holiday destination to the fullest without having to worry about the responsibilities that come with operating a catamaran.

Looking at the vessel’s superb amenities from the interior saloon to the cockpit all through to the foredeck and flybridge, it is obvious that you’ll be set up for a fun holiday experience. There is also snorkel gear and swim platform on this cat, which will serve you pretty well when at one point you decide to engage in some adrenaline-pumping activities at sea.

Both on the vessel’s interior and exterior, there is amazing
seating, dining tables and lounge areas that are designed for the ultimate vacationer. So, all you can do for your holiday on this vessel is to lazy around, eat some great food, indulge in good cocktails and soak yourself completely into the coastal scenery.

 

Conclusion

Sailing aboard the Lagoon 50 is an experience that can never be boring at any one point of the journey. With plush accommodations, great amenities and super spacious deck, the vessel sets a platform for a fun, engaging and rewarding experience at sea. And so it’s a perfect catamaran with which to take your adventures to the sea alongside your friends and family.

 

For more information on theLagoon 50 Catamaran contact:

Boatbookings.com
USA +1 954 892 5009
Email: charter@boatbookings.com


Specifications

  • Type: Cat
  • Beam: 8.10 Metres
  • Draft: 1.40 Metres
  • YearBuilt: 2019
  • Builder: Lagoon
  • Berths: 12 +2 Cabins: 6 +1 WC / Shower: 4 (4+1)

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Daniella has been passionate about travel and nature for many years. As a child, she frequently traveled throughout the Mediterranean and continued with her journeys throughout her adult life. Her experiences have created the desire within her to share her love for travel with other passionate and adventurers who want to discover beautiful horizons and new cultures.

16 COMMENTS

  1. I will say that would be a dream come true if I can find.my self inside that yatch with my family of friends for a holiday it would be unforgettable one and one I ntend to make it happen  one if these days have a holiday on the deep sea enjoy all the nature has to provide which is the best.

  2. I think the comfort that the vessel offer the passenger is incredible because I can’t think of myself traveling in that vessel and not having access to the internet and listen to music, these are things that makes the modern life worth living. It is nice that the manufacturer included this, and the fact that it engine is upgradable to 80 horse power makes it a fantastical purchase.How much do you think a fairly used Lagoon 50 will cost?

    • Hi there,

      You are right; it’s essential to have all the comfort when sailing. This boat is to charter, not to sell:) If you are interested in renting this boat, then you should check the brochure. You’ll find all the information you need, including price, specification to name a few.

      Please, don’t hesitate to contact me with any question. I am always glad to assist.

      Thank you for the comment and wish you a nice day!

  3. Hi! When it comes to planning vacations with family, we all get around the PC and study options. We haven’t had this reunion yet, but I know they’ll definitely love Lagoon 50 Catamaran.

    I’m excited about its magnificent exterior and classy interior. Our experience in the coastal scenery will be wonderful. And we have been wanting to go to Croatia for a time. Thank you very much for this review. I’ll probably write back when all the family is together to decide. 🙂

    • Hi Henry,

      That’s a good idea:) Let me know when you and your family are ready, I’ll be more than happy to help.

      Thank you for the comment and wish you a nice day!

  4. Wow! The view of the boat is beautiful surrounded by the sea and sky which is amazing! Great article on the Lagoon 50 with amazing interior, accommodation is nice, entertainment exterior surroundings, everything is nice about the catamaran. I am sure that persons would want to go on the yacht for recreation whenever  they are booking for a party or a cruise. Thank you for such an informative post!

    • Hi there,

      I agree it is a beautiful boat and it’s hard to resist the temptation of renting it for a sailing holiday:)

      Let me know if you need any help. I’ll be more than happy to assist.

      Thank you for the comment and wish you to sail soon.

  5. Daniella your beautiful site is opening up a world of vacation ideas to me that I’d never considered before. Who wouldn’t love a Lagoon 50 Catamaran holiday? No one I can think of! Truly, this vessel is more beautiful than many homes on land, and it would surely make for the ideal vacation you suggest. Since I’m not very familiar yet with this kind of adventure, how many people usually comprise the crew for such a vessel? Do they use some of the sleeping accommodations you describe? Sorry if these are dumb questions…I’m so intrigued and curious to learn, and you obviously have the knowledge to answer my questions. Thank you so much for your insights. I’m truly beginning to imagine the possibilities….

    • Hi Cheri,

      That’s right, who wouldn’t want to spend vacations on this boat:) The Lagoon 50 can be rented without a crew. This means if you have a skipper license, you can navigate the boat yourself. Another possibility is to hire a skipper and even add more crew to the party such as a hostess, chef, etc. Usually, the skipper has his own cabin, but if space is restricted, then he will sleep in the saloon. There are lounge areas in the boat that can be converted to a bed in the evening:)

      I hope it helped. Please, don’t hesitate to contact me with any question, I’ll be more than happy to assist.

      Thank you for the comment and wish you a lovely day.

  6. It’s amazing to see how beautiful can be a catamaran in 2019! It seems like you’re living at home while sailing though Mediterranean see. It would be great to have a look to the costs of staying in the different harbors of Croatia and maybe down till Greece to have an idea to plan better a journey with the costs of every situation! Seeing the costs of the catamaran it’s not so prohhibitive.. .very good!

    • Hi Miche,

      True, the Lagoon 50 is a beautiful yacht. It is truly a resort that floats on the water. You choose your own itinerary; price varies depending on the duration, season, etc. If you don’t have any bareboat license, then a skipper on board will be required. And yes, the price is very attractive!

      Please, don’t hesitate to contact me with any question. I am always happy to assist.

      Thank you for the comment and wish a nice day.

  7. Hi; I can see from your record of building January 2019, that the Lagoon 50 is relatively new. About how many hours, days, or weeks did it take the builders of Lagoon 50 to start and complete this magnificent “sea Machine”?

    Should I choose the Lagoon 50 for my next vacation, where would I board the Craft?

    DorcasW

    • HI Dorcas,

      This is a question you will have to ask the manufacturer:) I have no idea on how long it took for them to build the Lagoon 50.

      Anyway, as it is mentioned in the article, there are several pickup points. Kastela, Split, and Dubrovnik.

      I hope it helped. Let me know if you need more information. I’ll be glad to assist.

      Thank you for the comment and wish you all the best!

  8. Croatia has been on my bucket list for quite some time now. I had not thought about chartering a catamaran, but what a great idea! We are planning our family reunion, and this looks like a great way to do it! I will be checking out the pricing and seeing if it will fall in our budget. Do you know how far Marina Kastela is from the airport?

    • HI Matt,

      To answer your question, Croatia Split is the nearest airport to Kastela. The distance from Split to Kastela is only 6 km.
      I hope it helped!
      Don’t hesitate to contact me with any question, I am always happy to assist!

      Thank you for the comment and wish you a lovely day!

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