The Lagoon 450 S architects have designed the SporTop which replaces the fly bridge helm with a more sociable helm station allowing the skipper to interact with the crew and guests whilst sailing. With no flybridge, the boom is lowered, stability is gained and working with the mainsail is simplified which means the SporTop is a great choice for sailing for groups with a smaller crew.

French Kiss is equipped with a large sunbathing top deck as well as a spacious aft cockpit with dining area to port, shaded by the hard top. The large saloon and open plan dining area is ideal for entertaining and the comfortable forward cockpit is a great place to enjoy scenery and feel secure while underway.

The interior includes four spacious and light queen cabins with en-suite heads and shower as well as an additional smaller berth forward accessible from the deck. On a crewed charter the captain and hostess / chef will usually occupy one of the Double cabins and the associated fore peak.

Lagoon 450 Above Decks

  • A SparTop sociabable helm station with great visibility and ideal for interacting with crew.
  • A spacious cockpit and sundeck, again ideal for sunbathing, on the same level as the galley, with a ventilation.
  • A second cockpit, making best use of the forward area and large trampoline
  • Particularly safe and effective transom platforms for coming aboard or accessing the tender
  • Electric Winches for the sails and dinghy davits
  • An 1399ft of upwind sail area with fully battened mainsail

Lagoon 450 Below Decks

  • Interior design by Nauta: elegance and functionality saloon and cabins exceptionally well lit and airy with natural light in cabins thanks to large glazed panels on hulls.
  • 4 spacious Queen cabins en-suite with their own AC temperature setting
  • “U”-shaped galley for greater comfort at sea, equipped with large hot plates, broad work space and plenty of storage.
  • Large Sliding Doors with easy access between the cockpit, seating areas and the galley
  • Quiet and insulated engine compartments remote from the living areas.

This post was written by katie bingham