Established in a small French coastal village, the Lagoon brand was originally an extension of the Jeanneau Techniques Avancées (JTA) Racing division.
It was during this period that an unprecedented commission projected Lagoon to the forefront of an innovation that would remain its hallmark: the design and construction of the trimarans in the film Waterworld.
“I have always dreamed of Lagoon!” With these heartfelt words, Dieter Gust embodies the inexhaustible passion that animated, and continues to animate Lagoon teams more than ever.
A story of achievement, quality and comfort on a global scale.
Our catamarans are the fruit of an alliance of talents, coming from CNB, one of the most respected shipyards in the world of superyachts, and the Bénéteau Group, world leader in the production of cruising boats. Proven production methods, controlled costs, certified quality, Lagoon’s expertise combines attention to detail, creativity and industrial rigor.
The structure of the deck and hulls is made by vacuum infusion and injection, a process that provides weight gain, higher composite quality and good environmental protection.
The furniture is manufactured by Lagoon in a high-tech joinery equipped with numerical control machines with computerized identification of the elements and pre-assembly. All furniture panels are made of Alpi® reconstituted wood, an ecologically responsible choice that allows for a wide variety of shapes with a high-end hand finish.
This shipyard, a new generation site of the Beneteau Group, is entirely dedicated to the construction of Lagoon catamarans from 38 to 45 feet.
Parc Actipôle Est
85170 BELLEVILLE-SUR-VIE – France
Located along the Garonne River, the CNB Bordeaux shipyard extends over 100 000 m², including 44 000 m² of covered area. It handles the construction of large Lagoon yachts (50′ and above) as well as super yachts, which has led CNB yacht builders to be internationally recognized.
162 Quai de Brazza
33000 BORDEAUX – France