The Lagoon 77 was designed to meet the needs of today’s luxury cruisers—and we think it’s a slam dunk. From jaunty island-hopping to longer, mile-building trips, this catamaran has good reason to be a fan favorite for all kinds of sailing holidays.
Τhis large catamaran is a top pick for setting sail whether you’re cruising with family or friends. Combining strength, comfort, and performance with an exceptional living space, you can count on the Lagoon 77 for an ideal experience of the art of living abroad.
Want to know more about why the Lagoon 77 is such a top pick? Read on for more info in our Lagoon 77 review:
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Specs at a glance
One of the chief benefits of the Lagoon 77 is its size. At 76 feet in length, this catamaran provides maximum comfort with a spacious layout that leaves plenty of room for holiday-goers to sunbathe, dine, and lounge in total relaxation.
Plus, with its expert ergonomic design, the Lagoon 77 can comfortably host you and your family and friends, while also accommodating enough space for the 4 permanent crew on board.
Another top advantage of a Lagoon 77 charter is its innovative design. The exterior deck is spacious and well connected, while the interior is elegant and comfortable. This makes the catamaran “Adriatic Dragon” perfect for social groups, as it can easily accommodate up to eight guests for a sailing holiday.
For sailors, the Lagoon 77 is also favorable due to its shallow draft. At 1.9 m, this shallow draft lets you sail with adventure, enabling you to visit different anchorages and secluded bays that you wouldn’t be able to access with a deeper draft.
The entire Lagoon 77 layout was designed for comfort, which spells plenty of options for you and your travel companions to sail and lounge in luxury aboard the catamaran.
On the bow, you can catch some rays in the designated sunbathing area, where sun loungers allow you to stretch out to your comfort. Meanwhile, a full teak cover offers shelter if you’d rather luxuriate in the shade. There’s also an aft-deck sun awning, so you can enjoy your pick of sunbathing options.
When you’ve had enough sun for the day, the Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon” offers easy access for a quick swim. Use the swimming ladder in the lounge to dive in for a quick plunge. You can even take advantage of the underwater lights for an all-new swimming experience.
Part of the Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon” layout that’s so attractive to sailors is its attention to its exceptional living space. In the cockpit, you’ll find pillowy cockpit cushions, so you can stay comfortable chatting with the skipper. To help you serve up crowd-pleasing meals at any time of day, there’s even a cockpit grill, where you can do the cooking or enjoy meals from your private chef.
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With a four- guest cabin configuration, a Lagoon 77 charter on board “Adriatic Dragon” is a great choice for a sailing holiday with family or friends.
One of its greatest attractions is the master cabin, whose elegant suite is independent of the rest of the yacht. Here, you’ll enjoy a private teak balcony with a swimming ladder.
But don’t worry—this doesn’t leave the rest of the cabins wanting for luxury! Each cabin on the Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon” is carefully designed for top-tier elegance and comfort.
In every cabin, you’ll find a private washroom with a separate shower, where heated towel rails give everyone a taste of spa-worthy luxury. Large hull windows and picture windows in starboard cabins, meanwhile, allow for plenty of natural light, while indirect lighting gives every cabin a soft, calming atmosphere.
Most importantly, the Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon” layout keeps engine compartments well away from living areas, so you won’t be bothered while trying to catch some R & R on your trip.
The Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon” catamaran is an all-around winner for combining comfort and performance. For your sailing holiday, this yacht also packs a one-two punch with its rich entertainment amenities.
For a fun time at sea, you can take advantage of the yacht’s wakeboard, snorkelling equipment, fishing equipment, banana boat, stand up paddle, and water skis (there are even water skis for children available!).
If you're looking for a yachting experience that’s all about relaxation, this Lagoon 77 also has options for you. With a TV media system in the saloon and master cabin, as well outdoor speakers and a Hi-Fi system, you can luxuriate indoors or soak up the sun while unwinding with your favorite movies and music.
No matter what you’re yachting style, there’s one complement to entertainment that any holiday-goer can appreciate: food. On the Lagoon 77, celebrate any occasion with a wine cooler (which can hold up to 22 bottles), multiple ice makers, and an electric grill. For the early birds, there’s even a built-in coffee machine—the luxurious Miele 2000—for your early-morning cup of cup of Joe.
Has the Lagoon 77 yacht got you daydreaming about a sailing holiday?
You can charter the Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon” at Marina Kastela in Split Region in Croatia.
When you decide to charter a Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon” in Split, you can either fly directly into Split Airport or Zagreb Airport and then take a regional flight to Split. From many European cities, there are many direct flights available to Split. For North American travellers, we recommend flying into Zagreb Airport, since it’s a larger airport.
Once you’re at Split Airport, travel time to the marina is between 10 and 25 minutes.
Pricing for your Lagoon 77 yacht charter will, of course, depend on the time of year when you plan to set sail.
The best season for sailing in Split is between June and October, so booking a sailing holiday for this time will cost about 50.000€ - 80.000€ per week plus expenses (APA, Croatian Tourist Tax etc.) depending on how close your dates are to high season.
If you’re looking to avoid the crowds and take advantage of a slightly reduced booking rate, you can also consider reserving your Lagoon 77 charter in April or May, at which time the cost will be about 50.000€ per week plus expenses.
The prices mentioned above are indicative list ones and don’t include any discounts which are occasionally offered to our customers.
Here’s what’s included in the price when you charter the Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon”:
4 crew members (CAPTAIN & STEWARDESS & CHEF & DECK-HAND)
• Water toys & equipment: fishing gear, floating mats, towing ring, tender: Highfield OM Deluxe 500 with 100 hp Honda motor, wakeboard, snorkelling gear, water-skis, water tube, 2 x Stand-up paddleboards, 1 Seabob F5 Lumex
• GoPro 6 black–action camera
• Diving compressor
• Karaoke & disco ball set
• Final cleaning, bedding, towels, beach towels & toiletry
• The Finest coffee types, selection of the best Croatian local products, kitchen and cleaning supplies
• Daily preparation of breakfast, lunch and dinner
• 1 Incoming and 1 outgoing transfer within 30 km from/to yacht homeport (7 pax luxury van)
Ergonomic, comfortable, and delivering top-tier style—there’s a reason holiday-goers love to charter the Lagoon 77 “Adriatic Dragon”.
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