Lagoon 630MY Wins Best Interior Design Award

Lagoon 630 Running


At the annual “Invictus Yachts Trophies” gala award ceremony organised by Yachts magazine, the Lagoon 630 MY was awarded with the “Best interior design in the 50′ to 80′ yachts category”.

Alongside other brands such as Azimut and Prestige competing in the same category, Lagoon’s flagship Motor Yacht won the admiration of the jury. A clear majority of members voted for the sleek lines of this 63′ catamaran, designed by naval architects VPLP with interior design by Nauta.

Lagoon 630

Apart from the pride felt by the teams at the shipyard in receiving this trophy, the award marks Lagoon’s return to the motor yacht market with a veritable seal of approval for the new range of Lagoon Motor Yachts. It will join the distinction awarded last May in Hong Kong by Asia Boating magazine for “Best Worldwide Production Motor Yacht (15m to 24m)”.

Lagoon 630 Int

With over ten happy owners in less than a year, the history of the Lagoon 630 MY promises to be a wonderful one.


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