Katamarana shipyard Lagoon was founded in 1984 as a subsidiary unit Jeanneau Racing, whose boats repeatedly won prestigious sailing regatta. After the merger of two French giants >Jeanneau and >Beneteau brand Lagoon was under the wing shipyard >CNB, whose talented designers mark van Peteghem and Vincent Lario Prevost the known world with a unique tri - BMW-Oracle. br>in 2003 Lagoon is a leader among manufacturers of sailing cruising catamarans length 35-65 feet and gradually returns to the motor segment of Multihull vessels. The plant in Bordeaux employs more than 500 people, and many design decisions like "jump" a special form and shifted to the stern mast was developed by engineers of the shipyard and became standards in the industry. Useful area catamarans Lagoon corresponds to that of the single-hulled yachts 30-40% greater length, and the older models it is enhanced by a flybridge. br>Due to optimum ratio of price and quality, catamarans Lagoon are the backbone of the fleet many of the largest Charter companies worldwide. In addition to conventional double-hulled vessels, the Lagoon builds the race court and unusual projects, including the trimarans for the movie "Water world". the Beneteau Group, which includes Lagoon, has a huge dealer and service network, therefore the owners of these French catamarans get support for all popular cruise regions.