SIXTY 5 - Sleek, intrepid and thirsty for wind & waves
As you step on board the Lagoon SIXTY 5 you will be able to appreciate her wide transom platforms and low stairs. They allow guests to comfortably access the massive cockpit. A fixed platform-bridge connects the transoms. It allows movement between spaces even when the tender lift platform is lowered on to the sea. The cockpit is an impressive social space. It is home to a comfortable table for eight people, with plenty of space for sunbathing and the great option of a versatile aft bench that can face either the cockpit area or the sea thanks to its pivoting backrest.
On board the SIXTY 5, the flybridge is a key space that is accessed via wide, safe stairs. Electric sliding doors give the option of this space being fully enclosed as required. The SIXTY 5’s flybridge is a beautifully appointed deck with two helm stations. One on each side, for clean, unobstructed views. The rigid bimini is fitted with see-through glass. It allows the skipper to keep an eye on the sails when they are hoisted up. The flybridge is home to a huge, comfortable and sleek looking sofa. You will also find spacious storage lockers underneath the sofa and a reclining backrest. A large dining table and another wet bar with a plancha grill, fridge and cutlery lockers, complete the picture.
The bright and spacious saloon is located forward. It has a design palette that includes grey oak and beige upholstery for the sofas. A large dining table is positioned on the starboard side, with a u-shaped sofa and lounge area with a low coffee table on the port side. This first hull has a galley-down layout with four cabins. It delivers the massive main deck saloon space for guests to enjoy. From the saloon there is direct access to the foredeck terrace. This area offers features sofas, a coffee table and an optional canopy shade that can be installed on to stainless pillars. This space is also ideal for storing diving gear.