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2023 LAGOON 50
6 Staterooms/6 Heads

Winner of The Multihull of the Year Award 2018, the British Yachting Awards 2018, and the Sail's Best Boat of the Year Year Award of 2019, the Lagoon 50 catamaran offers some thoughtful and innovative features.  

The Lagoon 50 offers convenient access to the aft cockpit through two low transom steps.  Additionally, the aft cockpit is equipped with a galley that includes countertops for food and drink preparation, a sink, a refrigerator, and bottle holders. 

The Lagoon 50 catamaran boasts a spacious flybridge with a helm station. This area not only provides a separate recreational space but also offers storage space behind it. The helm seat at the station is large enough to accommodate up to 4 people, including the helmsperson. The station is made comfortable with triple sun beds and back and knee rests behind the helm seat. While the helm offers good visibility for navigation, the view directly behind the steering wheel may be obstructed by the mast.

The helm station features an optimally angled dashboard equipped with a B&G multifunction display and autopilot, among other instruments. The lines and self-tacking jib sheets are managed with three Harken winches. Additionally, there are three integrated sheet bins to handle the sheets, a halyard, and an electric drum to manage the continuous traveler sheet.

In the three-cabin version, the Lagoon 50 catamaran's aft cabin features a double bed with lateral access, a drawer underneath, two bedside tables, and a shelf. The deck hatch above the bed allows for ventilation and natural light.  

The salon of the Lagoon 50 is a comfortable living space that seamlessly connects with the cockpit. It provides ample room for entertaining guests or hosting a party. Covered with a hard-top Bimini, the saloon features a U-shaped sofa with a dining table and a fully-equipped chart table. The characteristic Lagoon vertical windows surround the saloon, offering a panoramic view while maintaining a comfortable temperature inside.

The Lagoon 50 also includes a dedicated navigation station equipped with a B&G multifunction display, a VHF radio, and autopilot, all located on a leather-covered navigation desk.

The L-shaped galley is accessed through a sliding door and features a four-burner gas stove, a gas oven, a fully integrated sink with storage cupboards, shelves, drawers, and lockers. The galley is equipped with a 190-liter stainless steel drawer fridge. Positioned between the living space and the cockpit, the galley provides ample space for multiple people to prepare food without getting in each other's way. It also offers sufficient storage for food and drinks. A window opens from the galley into the forward cockpit, allowing for easy serving of drinks and other items.

Weekly Pricing

High Season

December 16th - January 1st

February 1st - March 31st

Mid Season

January 2nd - January 31st

April 1st - April 30th

Low Season

May 1st - July 9th

November 6th - December 15th $16,500

Off Season

July 10th - November 5th


  • Four Queen Cabins w/Ensuite

  • 2 Double Sleeping Quarters w/Bath Across the Hallway

  • Six Electric Heads

  • ONAN Generator 11KW 50Hz

  • Full Air Conditioning Throughout

  • Classic Main with Stackpack and Lazy Jacks & Furling Self-Tacking Jib

  • B&G Electronics Pack

  • Electric Winch at Helm & Electric Windlass

  • Fusion Apollo MS-RA 670 + 6 Speakers in Salon, Cockpit, and Fly

  • Numerous USB Ports & Extra Outlets

  • Solar Panels

  • 4 Underwater LED Spot Lights

  • Ice Maker

  • Watermaker

  • Dinghy & Outboard

  • Snorkeling Gear (pick up in office)


  • Sleeps: 12 

  • Private Head & Shower Per Stateroom

  • LOA: 48.5'

  • Beam:  26.7'

  • Draft: 4.7'

  • Engines: 2 x 80HP

  • Fuel: 274g

  • Water: 126.8g

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