LAGOON 560 S2

The Lagoon 560 gave Lagoon a strong lead in terms of comfort, ergonomics and style, combining the world-renowned talents of the architectural firm VPLP and the Nauta design studio.

The new S2 version of the luxurious, high-performance Lagoon 560 offers an additional choice of layouts which are unequalled for this size of catamaran: up to 5 fully independent cabins and the choice between a galley in the port hull or as a centre island in the main salon.

The Lagoon 560 S2, designed for hospitable cruising, now offers a layout option which is ideal for accommodating a skipper in his own private quarters on board.

The Lagoon 560 S2 is an offshore cruising catamaran par excellence, and benefits from all the features that make the success of other Lagoon models - infusion molding, gull wing shaped bridge deck, vertical windows around the saloon, space and light in the cabins...

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Layouts

The Lagoon 560 S2 is available in three interior layouts - 4 cabin galley up or down, or 5 cabin. Click image to enlarge.

Specifications

Overall Length:

56'

 

Fully battened mainsail:

1345 sq ft

Waterline length:

54'

 

Square top mainsail (option):

1377 sq ft

Overall beam:

31'

 

Furling genoa:

882 sq ft

Draft:

4' 11"

 

Furling staysail:

484 sq ft

Mast clearance:

94'

 

Optional spinnaker:

2636 sq ft

Light Displacement:

66,812 lbs

 

Optional gennaker:

1668 sq ft

Fresh water capacity:

4 x 63 gals

 

Interior finish:

Blond oak ®Alpi

Fuel capacity:

2 x 172 gals

 

Naval architects:

VPLP

Engines:

2 x 75 HP

 

EEC certification:

Category A

Brochure

Lagoon 560 S2 brochure

The current color brochure on the Lagoon 560 S2 is available to download in PDF format.

Click on the brochure cover image to the left to download in a new browser window.

Please note that the file size is quite large and so may take a while to download over a slow Internet connection.

Video

The Lagoon website hosts the latest and highest quality videos on their model range.

To see the official Lagoon 560 S2 video in a new browser window, simply click on the image below:

Lagoon 560 S2

Lagoon Configurator

The Lagoon website has a "configurator" that shows what the various combinations of available interior wood and upholstery finishes would look like in the main salon and allows you to save and download your selections in a PDF document.

To open this "configurator" in a separate browser window, please follow this link to the Lagoon 560 S2 Configurator.

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