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Lagoon 52S


The 52 represents a whole new period in cruising catamarans’ design, as did its predecessor, the famous 500.

With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, beveled hulls, its levitated deckhouse, and tall rig, the 52 is no ordinary catamaran. Still, its originality goes far deeper than its « outer » appearance or even its internal layout.

52: luxurious and conteporary

  • Noble and comfortable fabrics, warm colors for a harmonious interior.
  • Continuous horizontal and fluent lines offer open and generous interior spaces.
  • Continuity in inner and outer life
  • The slim exterior architecture of a boat with a robust character

Lagoon expertise

  • Infusion-modeling for increased weight savings (significant for catamarans), an optimal structure, and greater security for the environment and shipbuilders.
  • Interior woodwork in reconstituted Alpi ® wood, a sustainable source
  • Vertical glazing for improved protection against sunshine and maximum space and headroom.
  • Gull-wing bridge deck for comfort in the rough seas
  • A wide variety of configurations from 3, 4, 5, or 6 cabins, with 3, 4, or 5 washrooms, respectively.
  • Design of VPLP: efficiency under sail guaranteed!

Exterior: beauty, comfort, and protection

  • The boat is accessed via wide aft transoms, which facilitate boarding and disembarking.
  • Big side decks with deck hatches.
  • The cockpit is level with the saloon. It has a sun lounger on the starboard side.
  • The construction of the cabin-top provides a more elegant and fashionable roof.
  • A large sunbathing area on the cabin roof.
  • The sailing areas are the same as the FlyBridge edition. The lower mast and the boom, however:
      • reduces pitching
      • makes getting to the boom easier
  • The cockpit bulkhead fitted to the steering position shall contain the following:
      • all the maneuvers
      • integrated comfortable chair station for 2 persons
      • access to the cockpit and the side deck
      • an optional extra protection system is also offered, with a tilting composite beam (optional) to close the steering station in bad weather.
      • the bimini composite above the steering area is available as an alternative.

Rigging: efficiency and user-friendliness

The decision to locate the further mast aft comes directly from the racing experience of the designers and has many advantages for the sailing catamaran:

  • A wide forward triangle makes a greater option of sails: a promise of excellent results.
  • The shorter boom makes it much easier for the mainsail to navigate
  • The mainsail, which is comparatively narrower and higher, benefits from better winds at the tip, thereby improving speed.
  • By re-centering the weight, pitching is significantly decreased.

Interior: comfort, space, light …

  • The saloon consists of a lounge and a dining table on a starboard side, a large galley forming a « U » to hold a chart table in the center, facing out to the sea.
  • The « U » galley is fitted with large hot plates, a large workroom, and plenty of storage space.
  • The circulation in the lounge is optimized between the lounge and the galley.
  • Both cabins have wide double beds, storage space in line with the boat’s offshore sailing program.
  • The cabins have natural lighting because of the fixed hull windows, along with excellent ventilation thanks to the deck hatches.


Architects Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost
Interior design Nauta Design
Length over all 15,84 m / 52′
Beam 8,74 m / 28’8 »
Draft 1,55 m / 5’1 »
Mast clearance 27,08 m / 88’1 »
Light displacement (EEC) 25,73 T / 56 735 Lbs
Sail area 156 m² / 1679 sq.ft.
Full-batten mainsail 97 m² / 1044 sq.ft.
Square top mainsail (opt.) 107 m² / 1151 sq.ft.
Self tacking jib 59 m² / 635 sq.ft.
Furling genoa 70 m² / 753 sq.ft.
Code 0 (opt.) 154 m² / 1657 sq.ft.
Engine (std) 2 x 57 cv YANMAR 4JH57 / 2 x 57 hp YANMAR 4JH57
Fuel capacity 2 x 496 l / 2 x 131 US gal
Fresh water capacity 4 x 240l / 4 x 63 US gal
No. Of berths 6 to 14
EC certification A :14 ; B :14 ; C : 16 ; D: 30

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