A revolution in design from the industry leaders. Lagoon Catamarans have begun to reveal to the public some initial teasers of this long awaited development. TMG Managing Director John Cowpe commented “the project has been under wraps for a long time with thousands of development hours invested, as always Lagoon has had the best designers and interior experts on board throughout. This new 42 is seen to be leading the way in comfortable, ergonomically smart and easy sailing and we are excited to be showcasing a 42 at the 2016 Sydney International Boat Show.”
The innovative Arrow Series caused a great deal of interest when the original 1200 design launched in 2014 featuring 100% flat panel construction, and since then the Series has grown to include a 1360 (13.60m) and 1500 (15.00m) version and a smaller one will follow soon. It is clear that the new construction method utilising only flat panels appeals to a wide range of customers, and now that both the 1200 and 1360 designs are under construction – we’ve really seen how fast the kits can be assembled.
Some multihull enthusiasts will have spotted Kato, our first G-Force 1800C design cruising up and down the east coast, her amazing performance turning plenty of heads, easy enough when reaching at 21kts in 12kts of true wind! Well, move over Kato there is a new cat on the block – and with an equally short and catchy title. Introducing Zero – our new G-Force 1800 SSS design, recently built and launched on the Sunshine Coast by Ian McMahon of Cure Composites.