Newly arrived in Hong Kong, en route to Taiwan, the majestic Lagoon SIXTY 7 is soon to be officially premiered in Asia at her VIP Launch on 9 July at AMC, Wong Chuk Hang.
Celebrating ‘Freedom at Sea’ and offering the utmost comfort, the SIXTY 7 power catamaran is an elegant, well balanced vessel designed by Lagoon’s long-term experienced partners Patrick Le Quement and VPLP Studio. Her elegant walnut finish is by superyacht experts Nauta Design, with exterior furniture provided by Tribu.
This beautiful yacht has four guest cabins, one oversized crew cabin and an impressive fully equipped galley on portside aft, with private access to the massive flybridge. The master cabin is located aft on the starboard side and features a large owner’s relaxation area, lounge, walk-in wardrobe and separate cockpit access for a direct morning swim should the owners wish to step right from their bed to the water.
At 21m long, with a 10m beam, the Lagoon SIXTY 7 is hugely spacious vessel that is truly a luxury, private, floating loft. It’s versatile design means it can comfortably accommodate a family at sea for a long term cruise, or become an outstanding charter/entertainment platform.
Replacing the popular Lagoon 630MY, the SIXTY 7 is an impressive evolution of space and comfort. Maximum usable space is the standout evolution from the previous model to the new. The new-generation cat designs deliver around 30 percent more floor area inside and outside. The flybridge alone adds around 40 square feet of al fresco lounge space below a hardtop with a sunroof. Not forgetting the oversized foredeck: here a seating area connects to the salon via a 12mm-thick glass door, making the forward end of the yacht an integral part of the living area.