The angular coachroof, bevelled deck edge and cutaway bows create a more sleek, aggressive look to the 52F. Equally striking is the mast position which has been moved aft so it is now supported by a post in the middle of the saloon. This brings considerable benefits in terms of both performance and handling. The high aspect ratio mainsail gets the canvas high where the breeze is most effective. The short boom is easy to control and the lighter mainsail is easy to pack away at the end of the day. Setting the main aft creates room for a large-self tacking genoa and there is no need for an inner forestay. Handling a Lagoon has never been easier.
On the flybridge, 52 has enough space to walk around the helm, which further eases handling in many respects. The central steering wheel clevery pivots to port or starboard to improve visibility when sailing or parking - a great feature.
Below decks the layout feels similar to her larger sister, the 560, particularly with regard to the port aft cabin which is accessible from the cockpit. Island double beds and vanity desks feature in all the cabins of the 3 and 4 cabin versions and 5 and 6 cabin layouts are also available with proven charter appeal.
The interior of the 52 an Alpi Walnut interior as standard, with a lighter wood colour available as an option.
The aft deck features a very wide gangway between the transoms and there is space for an optional raised bench seat here too. Forward of the coachroof you will find Lagoon's trademark sunken cockpit. It is safe to say there is no shortage of room in the shade or the sun, away from the tangle of ropes, where you can truly relax. The very latest version of the 52F now features a convertible helm seat which can also function as an upstairs dining/coffee table. Click here to see the Lagoon 52 video
Location: UK or France delivery available
Listing office: Ancasta Multihulls
£699,087 (Tax Not Paid)