Lagoon 620

4.7 from 3 Reviews

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Two are better than one, according to some

Tork Buckley
asia-pacificboating.com  
Reviewed Sep 2016
The environmental credentials of the yacht, being a sailboat with small powerplants, is already good. But I found them enhanced thanks to the use of an interesting product. While I was aboard, I was sure the interior was teak veneer. In fact, it was Alpi® is a reconstituted wood product manufactured by an Italian company headquartered in Modigliana in northeastern Italy. They produce both solid planks and veneers. They start with logs of Italian poplar from certified plantations and Ayous logs from equally controlled forests in Cameroon. The logs are peeled into sheets. The sheets are dyed in a variety of colours and then “re-assembled” by lamination into planks that resemble various wood types; Lagoon offer teak or light oak – it is visually effective, pleasing to the touch, and sustainable...
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Ideal for charter or private use in the tropics

Tork Buckley
asia-pacificboating.com  
Reviewed Oct 2016
The environmental credentials of the yacht, being a sailboat with small powerplants, is already good. But I found them enhanced thanks to the use of an interesting product. While I was aboard, I was sure the interior was teak veneer. In fact, it was Alpi is a reconstituted wood product manufactured by an Italian company headquartered in Modigliana in northeastern Italy. They produce both solid planks and veneers. They start with logs of Italian poplar from certified plantations and Ayous logs from equally controlled forests in Cameroon. The logs are peeled into sheets. The sheets are dyed in a variety of colours and then “re-assembled” by lamination into planks that resemble various wood types; Lagoon offer teak or light oak – it is visually effective, pleasing to the touch, and sustainable...
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A Multihull with Multiple Layouts

Suzana Prochazka
boats.com  
Reviewed Sep 2016
Architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prévost joined forces to redefine a luxurious sailing platform in the Lagoon 620. In their revamp of the design, they have emphasized spaciousness and multiple layout options for a near-custom build vibe. The result is a redesigned 62-foot sailing cat with easy onboard living that is ideal for coastal or even distance cruising...
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