Going back to the present time, three design studios were involved in the development of the brand-new Lagoon 55, including former Renault chief designer Patrick Le Quément on the external design. The imposing topsides include taut lines, sculpted bows, and a noticeable lower chine that increase interior living space while reducing wetted surface area. The sugarscoop transoms extend over the topsides to allow access to the boat simpler, which is a new feature for Lagoon 55 catamaran charter Croatia. Two stairs lead up to the cockpit, which is flush-decked with the aft platform once on board. With the mainsheet track on the bimini, the aft beam vanishes, opening up the vista and your movement options, making it a true sea terrace.
The forward cockpit, smoothly incorporated on the same level as the trampoline, exhibits the same flexibility of circulation. This is a newly redesigned living room, with comfortable seating, two sun protection options, and connectivity with the interior via the opening front window.
Higher up, it appears that having a flybridge on a 55-foot cat is no longer an issue of whether or not to have one and the same goes for Lagoon 55 catamaran charter in Croatia. The forward-facing flybridge table and seats, in addition to the forward and aft sunbathing spaces and the outdoor galley, is very nice.
The person at the helm has a very fine 270° vision from their position to starboard for steering off the pontoon and departing harbour. All sailing moves are carried out using three winches at the foot of the mast, which has been shifted aft in line with contemporary trends. A single crewmember hoists the mainsail and unfurls the self-tacking genoa with ease. All that makes Lagoon 55 very easy to handle, so that guest’s can focus on relaxing and enjoying while charter cruising on the Adriatic sea.