Lagoon 570

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Lagoon 570 Sailing Catamaran Specifications, Articles & Reviews

Lagoon 570 Specifications  

Length overall 17,06 m / 55'11''
Waterline length 15,85 m / 52'
Overall beam 9,15 m / 30'
Draft 1,40 m / 4'7''
Depth at maximun beam 2,60 m / 8'53''
Mast height clearance 24,27 m / 79'8''
Light displacement (EC regulations) 14,98 T / 33025 lbs
Full Battened Main 104 m2 / 1119 sq.ft
Furling genoa 68 m2 / 732 sq.ft
Staysail 26 m2 / 280 sq.ft
Water tank capacity 2 x 500 l / 2 x 132 US Gal.
Fuel tank capacity 2 x 375 l / 2 x 99 US Gal.
Engine rating 2 x 56 CV / 2 x 56 HP
Designers Van Peteghem & Lauriot Prévost
EEC Certification 10 people

After 8,000 hours of research, the new model is ready 
for cruising: with more sail area, more interior 
volume, better solar protection, better performance 
– all the while preserving the best qualities 
of its predecessor.

The LAGOON 570 replaces the eldest sailboat of the line: the LAGOON 55/57, which after more than ten years of service takes a well-deserved retirement. Replacing a legend is difficult, and after 8,000 hours of research, the new model is ready for cruising: with more sail area, more interior volume, better solar protection, better performance – all the while preserving the best qualities of its predecessor: extraordinary balance between the cockpit and the salon, panoramic visibility from both the interior and exterior, precise cabinetry finish work, and the lack of concessions solely in the name of style found in its competitors.

Lagoons remain one of the most popular and prestigious catamaran models around. The 570 takes the best of previous models and the latest innovations in design to offer you a cat you can really be proud of.

CONSTRUCTION

- Hulls and nacelles are fiberglass sandwich laminate (balsa sandwich) vacuum-bag infusion with vinylester resin

- Deck is fiberglass sandwich laminate (balsa sand-wich), vacuum-bag infusion with vinylester resin

- Bulkheads are fiberglass sandwich laminate (balsa sandwich) vacuum-bag infusion with vinylester resin

- Bilges are painted

- Construction specifications follow the highest standards of composite material manufacturing: multi-directional fiberglass fabric, carbon-fiber rein forcement, resin-impregnated marine-grade plywood

- All bulkheads and structural bonding are made with bi-directional woven glass cloth

HULL

- White gel coat on hull and deck

- Molded diamond -type nonskid on deck

- 2 steps in hull at lifeline gates on both sides

- White lacquered aluminum compression beam

- White lacquered aluminum crossbeam with tack fitting for genoa and staysail, genaker pole fitting, 2 bow anchor rollers martingale

- Lagoon decoration : 2 dark blue waterline stripes, 1 dark blue porthole stripe ,1 gray porthole stripe

SAILS AND ACCESSORIES

- 1 fully roached Dacron double-ply mainsail (1119 sqft), with epoxy/glass extruded full length battens mounted on roller bearing cars for perfectly easy sail handling (triple-sewn seams, aluminum reinforced headboard, 3 reef points, etc.)

- 1 double-ply Dacron furling genoa (732 sqft) with reinforced leech and UV protection

- 1 double-ply Dacron furling staysail (280 sqft) with reinforced leech and UV protection

STANDING RIGGING

- 21 m (69’) white lacquered aluminum mast with welded fittings

- 1 white lacquered aluminum boom

- Double swept-back spreaders

- Track with roller bearing cars for fully-battened mainsail

- 1 forestay with furler for genoa

- 1 babystay with furler for staysail

- 2 sheathed cap shrouds

- 2 sheathed lower shrouds

- 2 mainsail lazy-jacks

RUNNING RIGGING

- 1 mainsail halyard with 2:1 purchase

- 1 genoa halyard

- 1 staysail halyard

- 1 pre-stretched mainsail topping lift

- 1 pre-stretched mainsail outhaul with hoist

- 3 pre-stretched mainsail reefing control lines

- 1 pre-stretched mainsheet

- 2 genoa sheets

- 1 staysail sheet

- 2 mainsail traveler control lines

- 1 genoa furler line

- 1 staysail furler line

DECK HARDWARE

- 8 aluminum chocks and stainless steel chafe guards

- 9 aluminum mooring cleats with 2 at the stern platforms

- 1500 W electrical windlass (12mm gipsy) with gipsy and winch in anchor locker with up/down remote

- 2 genoa sheet winchs 56.2 ST

- 1 winch 53.2 ST at mast step for the mainsail halyard

- 1 winch 53.2 ST at mast step for the genoa halyard and mainsail reef

- 2 winches 48.2 ST for mainsail sheet and mainsail traveler

- 2 winches 56.2 ST for staysail furling and stay sail sheets

- Twin nylon netting

- Stainless steel stanchions, double stainless steel lifeline, lifeline gate on each side

- Outboard stern pulpits with life buoy bracket

- Mainsheet traveler with 4 : 1 purchase

- Aluminum toe rail with teak insert

- Staysail traveler

- 2 life lines from bow to stern

- 2 padeyes for boom restrainer

- 2 roof handrails

- 1 stainless steel life raft holder

- 2 genoa sheet rails with traveller

- 2 padeyes for bows

FORE PEAK (port and starboard)

- Empty space for miscellaneous stowage, painted white

- Ladder

- Access by large deck hatch

FORWARD LOCKERS

- 2 lockers located forward of the mast with stain less steel spring supports

- Portside locker: for generator or storage

- Starboard locker: windlass, storage, watertight gas bottle locker

COCKPIT

- Wide cockpit, usable as an outdoor salon

- Twin ergonomic steering stations with Ř1000 mm (3’3”) sheathed wheels, helm seat, engine controls on starboard side, engine control panels, compass

- Teak cockpit table with folding leaves

- Teak strip cockpit floor

- L-shaped bench seat with two lockers on star board side

- Straight bench seat with locker to port

- 2 large cockpit storage compartments with grating

- 4 large storage compartments aft

- Foam seat and backrest cushions on bench seats

- 1 storage locker on port side

TRANSOM

- Teak strips

- Hinged engine access panel with hydraulic lifter infirst step of transom

- Hot and cold water deck shower built in on star board and port side

- 3 steps to access retractable swim ladder on port and starboard sides

- Storage locker in last step

- 1 retractable swim ladder on each transom

- 1 retractable diving ladder

- Stern bumpers

- 2 labelled fuel filler caps

- 2 labelled fresh water filler caps

- Opening for fire extinction

- 2 handrails on starboard and port

STEERING SYSTEM

- 2 suspended vinylester rudder blades, stainless steel rudder shaft

- Upper and lower self-aligning rudder bearings

- Stainless steel steering cable

- Aluminium connecting rod

- 1 Aluminium guabrant for pilot

ENGINE

- Twin 56 HP, S-drive engines

- Soundproofed engine compartment

- 2 three-bladed fixed propellers

- 1 exhaust fan per engine room

- 1 fluorescent light per compartment

- 1 sea water filter per engine

CIRCUITS

- 2 x 500 l (2 x 132 US gal) water tanks built into keels with electrical gauge

- 2 x 55 l (2 x 14.5 US gal) hot water heaters (electric and engine heated)

- Sump pump for each shower

- 2 x 375 l (2 x 99 US gal) fuel tanks with transfer pump, filters, electrical gauge

- 2 interconnecting 12V pressure water systems

- Bilge draining system including : 4 hand pumps, 4 electrical pumps with 2 float switches

ELECTRICITY

Circuit DC :

- 12V electrical panel with 32 functions

- Ammeter, voltmeter, breakers, battery tester, power consumption monitor, panel light, water gauges, fuel gauges

- Bi-pole battery cut-off switch for service and starting batteries

- 6 service and engine starting batteries (140 Ah each)

- 1 Emergency engine starting batterie ( 75 Ah)

- 1 cigarette lighter plug at the chart table

- Emergency engine starting system by power reverse source

- 1 75 Am alternator on each engine

- 1 Charging power distributeur

Circuit AC :

- Electrical panel 10 functions with power source selector, voltmeter, ammeter

- 1 Dock inlet with 1 socket on transom and 1 plug with 50’ cable

- 6 sockets ( 1 per cabin, 1 salon and 1 galley)

- 3 technical sockets ( 1 per engine compartment and 1 in generator compartment)

INTERIOR LAYOUT

- Inside woodwork in teak

- Hull liners covered with beige leatherette or teak

- Headliners in beige leatherette and wood plank

- Synthetic wood floor with black stripes

 

 

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