620 : The Art of Living
Designed by the architects Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prévost (VPLP) in association with the Lagoon R&D department, the 620 is an innovative solution to the needs of today’s cruising yachtsman : Strength, comfort, performance and large choice of layouts.
The 2012 version of the 620, with interiors designed by Nauta, makes her an even more luxurious and comfortable yacht.
In the dining room, the settees have been entirely redesigned, as well as the ceiling, enabling more effective indirect lighting, and it now includes the option of installing adjustable blinds on all the wide vertical windows.
Fly bridge or upper deck?
Double helm station provides perfect visibility when setting sail or maneuvering
a functional flybridge that can also accommodate visitors thanks to separate crew and reception areas
a large sun-deck forward
forward and aft cockpits: a private area or open to guests, depending on your mood
perfectly designed transom platforms for easy access to the sea when bathing or boarding a dinghy
ease of movement around the boat thanks to flush deck panels and wide side decks that make for a generously proportioned boat with a practical design
saloon and cockpit are beautifully integrated and include a “wet bar”, areas for lazing around, and the option of taking meals inside or out without having to make any adjustments
Immense saloon with clearly defined dining, relaxing, sitting and navigation areas
Lateral galley in the port hull includes direct access to the saloon and a separate exit to the cockpit
Large central galley option allows you to add a large double cabin aft (port), with private washroom, and a central cabin with bunk beds
Owner’s cabin in the starboard hull with private sitting area and direct access to the cockpit
Luxurious, well-designed cabins with side access to beds, washrooms with separate showers, plenty of storage space, separate heads in the owner’s washroom
Large hull windows and picture windows in the galley and aft starboard cabin give plenty of natural light
indirect lighting in saloon and cabins provides softer light and the saloon
Windows can be fitted with blinds
Engine compartments are far from the living areas and perfectly insulated