Lagoon Media Reviews

If you want an unbiased review on our range, you know you can trust the expert journalists that write for local and international boating magazines.

Read or watch, and you’ll also find out exactly why Lagoon's range is praised so highly…

2023 Lagoon 42 – 2023

While keeping a family resemblance and retaining the main features of the latest generation of Lagoons, it shows us a new path: unhurried evolution, a new “organic” approach, in search of harmony between living space and man.

Lagoon 42: Effective 42-footer

Multihulls World

Lagoon is continuing the redevelopment of its range with a model whose new rig is at the heart of a significant evolution in style, ergonomics and performance. We have just spent two days onboard the 42.

Boat Review: Lagoon 42

Sail Magazine – August 2017

Lagoon’s newest cruising cat is indeed both curvaceous and sleek, not to mention fun to move (or lounge) about. The freshly designed 42, which replaces the 420/421 of which over 270 hulls were built, also makes tracks, whether on short island hops or a bit farther afield.

Lagoon 42 Catamaran

Boating New Zealand – December 2016

The new Lagoon 42 catamaran is a fun, spacious vessel designed for easy sail handling. She’s also chic and stylish – you may be tempted to wear tails rather than togs to dinner.

Lagoon 42: Catamaran Review – September 2016

The all-new Lagoon 42 is a great example of the new breed of modern-day catamaran. This design builds on the success of the world’s biggest production cat brand, which in turn is part of the giant Beneteau group. It’s an ultra-modern cat with the clean, efficient lines of a modern European design — vertical bows, high freeboard and big picture hull windows.

Lagoon 42: First Look Video – May 2016

Enter the Lagoon 42, a model that reviewer Dieter Loibner found on display at the Dusseldorf boat show. Join Dieter for this short but insightful video, to learn more about the 2016 Lagoon 42.

Lagoon 42: Sailing on Open Waters – May 2016

If you want to gain some real insight into this boat, know first that to create it designer Patrick Le Quement partnered with naval architects VPLP. The net result? An exterior that eschews hard angles for strikingly soft curves, from the gullwing under the bridge deck to the expansive coachroof. Know also that this new cat doesn’t just look different, she’s also easier to manage—even with a giant rig.