The shipyard Contruction Navale Bordeaux (CNB) from France celebrates a world premiere at boot Düsseldorf 2019 with the luxurious catamaran Lagoon 46.
After the great success of the Lagoon 450 with more than 900 units sold, the design office VPLP design optimized the recipe for success and implemented it with the Lagoon 46. In cooperation with Nauta Design, who are responsible for the interior design, a luxurious cruising catamaran with high comfort on and below deck has been created, inviting you to enjoy the boundless freedom on the water to the max.
Flybridge with central steering position The new Lagoon 46 offers a spacious flybridge on which the steering position is located, offering an optimal view of the ship and its surroundings, and a large seating and sunbathing area at the rear, which can optionally be shaded with a biminitop. The flybridge can be accessed from the side deck and from the rear cockpit. The rear cockpit offers an open seating and dining area with full wetbar, is covered by the flybridge and provides easy access to the large bathing platform, which can optionally be fitted with a tender lift, and to the spacious saloon.
Second cockpit on foredeck A special feature of the Lagoon 46 is the additional cockpit on the foredeck, which can be used either as a U-shaped seating group or as another large sun lounger. The wide side decks lead from here into the cockpit, which gives access to the glazed, light-flooded saloon of the 46, which offers a fully equipped U-shaped kitchen that opens via sliding windows to the wetbar. A spacious dining area around a large dining table and a separate navigation station round off the comfortable facilities on deck.
Pure luxury below deck Below deck, the Lagoon 46 spoils with an enormous amount of space and plenty of natural brightness in two layout variants. In the owner's version, the 46 offers three double cabins, each with its own bathrooms and separate shower cabins. In this version, the two guest cabins share the entire port hull, have large, comfortable island beds in the bow and aft and offer plenty of stowage space. The highlight below deck, however, is the huge owner's suite that occupies the entire starboard hull. Kingsize island bed, seating area, large separate bathroom with separate shower cabin in the foredeck, separate toilet with washbasin and almost infinite stowage space form the luxurious core of the 46. In the charter version, the Lagoon also has two double cabins in the starboard hull equipped with bath and shower, which do not lack comfort.
Technical data: Length over all: 13,99 m Width: 7,96 m Draught: 1,30 m Displacement: 16.600 kg Motorization: 2 x 57 HP
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