The Moody Deck Saloon ‘one level living’ concept takes a unique approach to modern yacht design. Simply open the sliding doors and you’ll enjoy a panoramic view from the living area and the spacious cockpit on the same level. The combination of the large cockpit (with a cockpit table as standard) and open deck aft is ideal for spending time with family and friends. Welcome aboard.

The Moody deck saloon ‘one level living’ concept takes a unique approach to modern yacht design. Simply open the sliding doors and you’ll enjoy a panoramic view from the living area and the spacious cockpit on the same level. The combination of the large cockpit with a cockpit table as standard and open afterdeck is ideal for spending time with family and friends. Welcome aboard

The Moody DS45 is designed to make sailing a pleasure. The self-tacking jib ensures easy and safe handling for a small crew, supported by powerful winches. The yacht can be simply manoeuvred from the helm station, with all sails easily adjustable from the helmsman’s position.

Super Yacht Style Born of a close partnership between Philippe Briand and Andrew Winch, the Jeanneau 64 features elegant lines with classic proportions. Contemporary deck styling gives the yacht a timeless appeal. Every Jeanneau Yacht is designed to be a sailor’s boat, and the Jeanneau 64 is no exception. This flagship is secure, fast, and enjoyable to sail. Philippe Briand has delivered a modern hull that incorporates a hard chine for increased speed, stability, and interior volume.

Swanwick on the River Hamble was home to Moody Yachts from the middle of the 19th century and the boats built there encompass more than 150 years innovation. The founder John Moody passed away in 1880 and was succeeded by his son Alexander. He determined that all Moody yachts would feature the highest quality materials and workmanship – and this continues to the present day. Since 2007 another well-established boat manufacturer has been continuing the Moody tradition: HanseYachts AG. As a result, the production process is now almost entirely automatic, precise to a millimetre and significantly faster than before.


Swanwick on the River Hamble was home to Moody Yachts from the middle of the 19th century and the boats built there encompass more than 150 years innovation. The founder John Moody passed away in 1880 and was succeeded by his son Alexander. He determined that all Moody yachts would feature the highest quality materials and workmanship – and this continues to the present day. Since 2007 another well-established boat manufacturer has been continuing the Moody tradition: HanseYachts AG. As a result, the production process is now almost entirely automatic, precise to a millimetre and significantly faster than before.

Designed by Daniel Andrieu, the Sun Fast 3600 benefits from the latest advances in vacuum-bagged resin infusion to ensure exceptional strength and rigidity while drastically reducing weight. The lightweight, powerful hull with its hard chine, twin rudders and lead keel contributes to this new Sun Fast’s speed, balance and stability on all tacks. Perfectly adapted to solo, doublehanded, and crewed regattas, the Sun Fast 3600 is designed to compete in both inshore and offshore races. Available with twin, composite tillers or wheel steering and choices in mainsheet management, the deck layout ensures easy handling through well thought-out ergonomics and optimised sailing functions.

BUILT TO WIN This Daniel Andrieu design provides effortless speed and is most definitely fun. Built using the latest technology to ensure the best strength-to-weight ratios, this boat is uniquely adapted to performance cruising and racing. The Sun Fast 3200 is particularly impressive while sailing off the wind. The Sun Fast 3200 has all the necessary elements to enjoy your time onboard. A galley, chart table, two double cabins and a head compartment offer comfort not often found in boats of this class. Technical equipment has been designed with functionality and reliability as the primary focus.

The Sun Odyssey 44DS is no less than a revolution. The combination of a Philippe Briand designed hull and an interior and deck design by Franck Darnet & Flahault Design has yielded a boat that is not only a joy to sail, but exceptionally comfortable. All sheets are lead aft to the helm to make sail handling very simple for a short-handed crew.

Designed for relaxation and comfort, the Sun Odyssey 41DS also delivers the thrill of responsive sailing. A spacious owner’s cabin aft features a private head and shower compartment and plenty of storage for life on board, offering owners all the luxury of a 45-foot sailboat. Forward, a VIP guest cabin with private head compartment provides guests with the privacy and comfort of home. Whether cruising, living aboard, or entertaining friends, you will find functional and aesthetic design in every detail.


Strength, comfort, performance and large choice of layouts. In the dining room, the settees have been entirely redesigned, as well as the ceiling, enabling more effective indirect lighting, and it now includes the option of installing adjustable blinds on all the wide vertical windows. On the starboard side, the master suite has also been substantially modified, with a washroom now placed aft on either side of the cockpit access stairs, making room for a large cupboard space in the bedroom. The forward starboard cabin, now a real V.I.P. suite, also benefits from this change due to the volume freed up by the repositioning of the master washroom. Whether in its 4, 5 or 6 cabin version, the Lagoon 620 is now offered with new Ambiances created by Nauta for the "large" Lagoons: complete interior layout packages elegantly incorporating wood finish, upholstery, inner liners, and more…

By bringing together the internationally-recognized talents of VPLP (naval architects) and the Nauta Design studio to create a luxurious, high-performance deep-water catamaran, Lagoon has once again stolen a march on the opposition in terms of comfort, handling and style.

The Lagoon 52, the latest model developed by the world's leading builder of cruising catamarans, marks a whole new era in the design of such boats, as indeed did its predecessor, the famed Lagoon 500. With its diamond-shaped vertical bows, beveled hulls, its as if levitated deck house and tall rig, the Lagoon 52 is no ordinary catamaran, but its originality goes a great deal further than just its "outer" appearance, or even its interior layout. This new Lagoon is the result of lengthy discussions between the architects at Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost (VPLP), the Italian Nauta Design agency and the Lagoon design department. These discussions led us to make some important and sometimes radical choices, while remaining faithful to what we believe in, in terms of elegance, comfort, safety, user friendliness and, it goes without saying, performance under sail.

Replacing a catamaran that has come to be seen as a benchmark is no easy task. But the VPLP architects, in partnership with Lagoon and the celebrated Nauta Design studio, have been brilliantly successful in creating the new Lagoon 450.

The Lagoon 421 is designed to meet the needs of sailors whose first concern is comfort and space, without sacrificing the pleasures of pure sailing.


Like its predecessors, the Lagoon 400 S2 is designed for coastal or ocean cruises. It can comfortably accommodate 8 with its 3 or 4 double cabins, elegantly fitted, spacious interior, and her cockpit and salon on the same level.

The new Lagoon 39 fits between the essential Lagoon 380 and the 400 S2. Lagoon 39 : the new Lagoon generation in 39' The Lagoon 39 filiation with the new Lagoon generation is apparent on first sight: vertical, bevelled bows, aft centered mast for sailing performance and ease of handling ... a strong character indeed!

The Lagoon 380 is still going strong. It's fast, easy to manoeuvre and safe, and has a legion of fans spread across the world's oceans. Lagoon 380: enjoying life…

To increase the First Twenty's speed and performance all the more, this year, she has been equipped with a rigging that will perpetuate her appeal, with a square-top mainsail and genoa whose area is greater, and a self-supporting mast without a stay.Thanks to this new rigging, which frees the lower shrouds, access to the fore is no longer hindered, making circulation on deck much easier. This is particularly appreciable on a boat of this size.To adhere to the trend that favours asymmetric sails, the First Twenty standard is equipped with a polyester bow sprit.

The First 25 stands out under sail for her slender profile, attractive hull decoration, and generous sail plan. With her unstayed rig, she is equipped with a square-top mainsail, a furling genoa, a 2016 code 0 and an asymmetric spinnaker (on option), making sailing faster and more enjoyable.



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