The Lagoon 55: Sailing Luxury Reimagined in Croatia and Greece

The Lagoon 55: Sailing Luxury Reimagined in Croatia and Greece

The Mediterranean, with its glistening waters, historical landscapes, and sun-kissed islands, remains an eternal favorite among sailors. When exploring these azure waters, especially around the scenic coastlines of Croatia and Greece, it’s essential to have a vessel that matches the grandeur of the surroundings. Enter the Lagoon 55 – a symbol of modern luxury combined with performance that promises unparalleled yacht experiences.

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Lagoon 55 Crewed Catamaran Charter Greece 23

The Lagoon Essence:

Over the years, Lagoon has solidified its position as a leader in luxury catamaran construction. Each of their yachts is a testimony to the brand’s dedication to quality, performance, and aesthetic appeal. The Lagoon 55 holds true to this legacy, merging sophisticated design with state-of-the-art features.

An Interior that Speaks Luxury:

The all new Lagoon 55 is offered in 4, 5, and even 6 cabin layouts to choose from. In the variant with six cabins, the saloon area has a slightly modified layout, which makes gaining access to the rooms both simpler and more discrete. Every single cabin has its own private bathroom and en-suite amenities, regardless of the version you choose.

The owner’s cabin on a vessel with four cabins is the largest and most private of them all. It is located on the starboard side and takes up two-thirds of the hull. Other travelers have nothing to gripe about because every one of their cabins has its own private bathroom. This means that they have nothing to worry about.

In the variant with five cabins, the owner’s stateroom is split into two separate cabins, with the exception of the aft starboard cabin, which has its entrance in the cockpit.

In the version with six cabins, the cockpit may be used to enter either of the aft cabins, but the saloon’s arrangement is modified in such a way that steps can be used to enter any of the forward cabins.

When you buy a brand-new Lagoon 55, you also have the option of designing your own interior arrangement.

The selection of high-end materials sends a strong message that Lagoon intends for this new model to compete in the high-end market.

Additionally, there is a generous amount of natural light provided in the bar area by two large windows located overhead. Each cabin has been designed with careful consideration paid to the nuances of its natural lighting, and the cabin’s designers collaborated closely to achieve the ideal sense of being in perfect harmony with nature.

Upon entering the Lagoon 55, one can’t help but be taken aback by its meticulously crafted interior.

  • Rooms: Each cabin, designed with utmost precision, offers a harmonious blend of comfort and luxury. The use of high-quality materials, plush linens, and ample space ensures that each moment inside feels regal. Large windows allow natural light, making the rooms feel airy and offering breathtaking views of the seascape.
  • Saloon: The saloon stands out with its expansive layout. It serves as a perfect setting for relaxation, entertainment, or simply admiring the beauty outside. Equipped with modern entertainment systems and comfortable seating, it’s the heart of the yacht’s interior.
  • Kitchen (Galley): The kitchen in the Lagoon 55 isn’t just functional; it’s a chef’s delight. With state-of-the-art appliances, spacious countertops, and storage solutions, preparing meals, whether simple or gourmet, becomes a pleasure.
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Yacht Specifications:

Length 16.56 m / 54.33 ft
Draft 1.55 m / 5.09 ft
Displacement 27,7 t
Build /
Beam 9.00 m / 29.53 ft
Engine 2 × 115 HP
Fuel capacity 1,100.00 l
Water capacity 960.00 l

Exterior Excellence:

There is no longer any debate over the necessity of a flybridge on big catamarans; today, it is standard equipment. If we consider the Lagoon 55 to be an extension of the Lagoon 52 (which it is), then it goes without saying that the flybridge is far more impressive and spacious. Its primary function is that of an additional deck, and in addition to a dining area that faces forward and a mini-bar with a refrigerator, there is also a sunbathing area on this deck. When the weather is nice, sitting on the flybridge is a very pleasurable experience.

The only issue the inspection crew found with the ship was the way it allowed passengers to access the flybridge. Because the starboard entry was not installed in the version that was used for testing, we strongly recommend having that starboard entrance installed in the new boat that you purchase. When there are two access points to the fly, it is significantly simpler for a single member of the crew to handle all of the motions. If you don’t have it, getting from the flybridge to the bow of the ship via the aft deck is a somewhat laborious process.

Since the bimini is stiff and cannot be adjusted, it stands to reason that the boom should be situated higher. Because of this, the crew may have to perform some acrobatic maneuvers in order to manage the sails and ropes around the boom.

The exterior of the Lagoon 55 is as impressive as its interiors.

  • Flybridge: One of the yacht’s crowning jewels, the flybridge provides a 360-degree view of the surroundings. Whether you’re steering the vessel, sunbathing, or just soaking in the panorama, the flybridge experience is unmatched.
  • Sailing Experience: The Lagoon 55 isn’t just about luxury; it’s a beast on the water. Its unique hull design, combined with the latest navigational systems, ensures smooth sailing, whether you’re coasting along the calm waters of Croatia or venturing into the deeper seas of Greece. The yacht promises stability, making even first-time sailors feel at ease.

Material & Craftsmanship:

No detail is too small for Lagoon. The Lagoon 55 is constructed using the finest materials, ensuring durability, stability, and luxury. From the teakwood decks to the stainless-steel fittings and the soft furnishings within, every inch echoes Lagoon’s commitment to excellence.

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Performance that Matches Its Looks:

A yacht’s true test lies in its performance. The Lagoon 55, with its twin engines and aerodynamic design, promises speed and power without compromising on comfort. Its adaptability to different sea conditions makes it ideal for sailing in the varied terrains of Croatia and Greece.


Lagoon, the world’s most well-known brand of catamarans, did not choose the name “Lagoon 55” for their very first model because they wanted to make a good impression. We should offer our congratulations to the designers of the new model because it features several design advancements that have not been seen before. Cooperation with Nauta Design on the interiors unmistakably places this model in the “Big Four” category of the Lagoon brand, which denotes a more opulent category of boat that is, nonetheless, still accessible to the average person, particularly in the charter business. It is possible that in the following six to seven years, it will be a “great buy.”

This boat comes furnished with a BBQ and a number of different water equipment, including stand-up paddleboards, a kayak, a wakeboard, a water tube, waterskis, and electric scooters, in order to make your time on the water an even more enjoyable one.

To charter the Lagoon 55 is to embrace a world of luxury, performance, and unforgettable experiences. Whether anchored by a secluded Croatian beach or sailing through the iconic Greek isles, this yacht promises memories that will last a lifetime.

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