Lagoon 52 - Bareboat Catamarans
As bareboat sailors have gained confidence, the boats available for charter have increased in size. The Lagoon 52 is one of those newer, larger catamarans with performance features that make the whole sailing experience one that everyone can enjoy in comfort. Good crew quarters make this model also ideal as a crewed bareboat option. With a knowledgeable skipper and crew aboard, sit back, let someone else do most of the work, and truly relax on your sailing vacation.
- 15.8m, 52'
- Charter Type:
- 8 to 12
- 4 or 5 double + i twin bunk
In creating the 52, the people at Lagoon have excelled with innovative and sometimes radical choices to deliver elegance, comfort, user-friendliness and top cruising performance under sail.
The Lagoon 52 marks a new era in the design of blue water cruising catamarans. The main objective in creating the Lagoon 52 has been to improve the use of space. Bright and comfortable living areas suggest a 'just like home' feel for guests on board. Use of continuous horizontal lines without interruption gives the interior fluent and harmonious open spaces, while outside the sleek lines bring elegance from stem to stern, with a focus on comfort and safety. The 52F (Flybridge) and 52S (SporTop) distinguish the two above-deck layouts.
The Lagoon 52 is available bareboat or crewed bareboat, and in several locations permanently-crewed examples are available for the ultimate luxury sailing holiday.
Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, Balaeric Islands, Bali, British Virgin Islands, Chesapeake Bay, Corsica, Croatia, Cuba, Greece, Grenada, Guadaloupe, Langkawi, Martinique, St Lucia, & The Grenadines, New Caledonia, Phuket & Andaman Sea, Seychelles, St Martin, Anguilla, St Kitts & Nevis, Tahiti: The Society Islands
- Guests: 8 to 12
- Cabins: 4 or 5 double + i twin bunk
- Berths: up to 12
- Heads: 4 to 6
- Showers: 4 to 6
- Length: 15.8m, 52'
- Beam: 8.5m, 28'
- Draft: 1.5m, 5'
- Engine(s): 2 x 54hp
- Fuel Capacity: 890l, 235g
- Water Capacity: 960l, 254g
Equipment Includes: Furling genoa & staysail, depth sounder, compass, GPS, VHF, Mapplotter on saloon/flybridge, radar, wind indicator, Autopilot, electric winch, electrical windlass, 3 electrical refrigerators in saloon, icemaker, microwave oven,water maker, cockpit shower, cockpit pillow, radio/CD/MP3, DVD player, LCD-TV 32", bimini, sprayhood, warm water, electrical toilets, dinghy, outboard motor, air conditioner, heater, generator, bed linen, safety equipment. Additional equipment may vary. Ask us for equipment available on this boat in your preferred destination.
Specifications and accommodation layouts may vary. Ask us for the details of this boat in your preferred destination. Many boats have additional saloon berths not indicated above.
Rating: 5 / 5 We had a Lagoon 52 for our sail out of Grimaud, France. The boat met our needs and expectations and was in excellent condition. Not a great sailing vessel but very comfortable and enjoyed by our non-sailing wives. The charter company was good. Our skipper and hostess were fantastic and highly recommend for sailing in the area. Very knowledgeable and accommodating.
Enjoyed the French Riviera, it was a 10. Went to St. Tropez, Cannes, Monaco, Antibes and took side trips inland to Eze and St Paul de Vence to name a couple.
Your service was excellent and everything was terrific. Thanks for all your help in insuring a memorable vacation. Dave, USA, Sep 23rd, 2018
Rating: 5 / 5 The boat was amazing. We did have an issue with the water maker which couldn't be fixed on the run, but DYC happily reimbursed us for water that we had to buy and in addition compensated us more than fairly for the inconvenience.
The scuba diving and snorkelling was amazing. Being able to pull up the boat wherever you want on these amazing sites was also fantastic.
The boat sailed like a dream and we made great time on all our inter-island passages (it helped that the wind was on our side too!)
Your service was in line with the rest of the holiday. Trouble free, professional and a pleasure to deal with. Dean, Autralia, Jan 21st, 2020