- On deck, there is plenty of space to lounge around, great access off the stern for all your water toys, and the side decks are wide enough to be very comfortable while underway.
- The foredeck offer a 360 degree view for the helmsman, and with the large settee and sunbed, friends and family will be able to socialize together there.
- Forward, plenty of deck space and a recessed cushioned area with deep storage locker underneath, as well as a crew cabin in the port bow.
- The cockpit is covered with a fixed hard bimini. The table to port can sit 5-8 for dinner, or you can swap out the table for a coffee table, or remove it completely for dancing or cocktails. There is a large day bed to starboard, and lockers that can hold a washer dryer or ice maker and extra fridge. You can easily reach the foredeck by a set of side stairs.
- The main cabin, on the same level as the cockpit has sliding doors that open up wide—including in front of the galley, which is perfect for handing out food and drinks—and makes it truly a balcony on the water. The galley comes nicely outfitted with plenty of counter space and separate fridge and freezer.
- The owner’s cabin is luxurious, inviting, with nice light and one-way large ports. Plenty fo storage.
- A steering station on the fly bridge with safe access from both sides for perfect visibility and a large sunbathing area
-”U”-shaped galley for greater comfort at sea
- Engine compartments remote from the living areas and perfectly insulated
“The new Lagoon 450 is a continuation of the recent wave of big, comfortable cruising cats. It offers stability at anchor, tremendous visibility and space, shallow draft, and reasonable sailing performance at an attractive price. Is this a cruiser’s perfect boat?” – North American Sailor (Full Article)
« The 450 outstrips its predecessor in all respects and joins its younger sister (the 400) in terms of general pleasure. Well-finished, comfortable and suited to its programme, it will appeal to family crews. The nautical qualities are good, the boat is coherent, manoeuvrable, thanks to a generous sail plan, served by a choice of modern high-performance sails and an efficient deck plan. The 450 has a fun temperament in moderate conditions; there is no doubt it will behave well in strong winds. » – Multihulls World (Full Article)
Naval architects: Marc Van Peteghem & Vincent Lauriot Prévost (VPLP)
Interior design: Nauta Design
Max. beam: 25’9”
Light displacement (EEC): 37265 Lbs
Full-batten mainsail: 888 sq ft
Square top mainsail (opt): 915 sq ft
Furling genoa: 557 sq ft
Optional spinnaker: 2044 sq ft
Optional gennaker: 1130 sq ft
Fresh water capacity: 2×46 US gal
Fuel capacity: 2×132 US gal
Engines: 2 X 40 HP
Interior finish: Blond oak Alpi with laminated dark brown floor
EEC Certification: A: 12 persons