Designed by architect Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prévost (VPLP), the 2021 Sixty 5 has everything you want. She’s a beautiful boat defined by the generosity of her dimensions; her length and width perfectly accommodate quality rigging and powerful sails, which open up voyages and adventures.
The Sixty 5 had two designers, the interior was designed by Nauta Design and the exterior was designed by Patrick le Quement. Above all the two designers harmonized perfectly with simple lines and sophisticated materials.
In the cockpit example, you can find a fixed dining table with Regista armchairs in a stylish mix of white and linen. The classic director’s chair has been given a leading role in designer Monica Armani’s refined interpretation. The perfectly balanced chair combines high-tech materials and meticulous attention to detail.
On the flybridge, a living area on its own, a cozy lounge set with comfortable cushions, and sophisticated dining set in white gives you an unrestricted view over the water.
“Aboard the Lagoon SIXTY 5, you can look straight through fore to aft and out over the surroundings with commanding 360° views. The main saloon is comfortable and luxurious with open spaces and natural light. The same design concept is applied to cabins, which enjoy good overhead height and excellent natural light and views. The level of finishing repeats the luxury from the saloon while the owner’s cabin picks up and improves concepts from the successful Lagoon 620: a private water access aft like a terrace on the sea. Of course, the master cabin is my favorite place on board, where luxury, comfort, and style are best combined.” Massimo Gino-Nauta Design