BABAC offers space and grace. She comprises all the features of a 5-star vessel with the soul of a superyacht and so much more. Her three main distinguishing features are the two-level master suite, independent of the rest of the vessel, the magnificent balcony unique for a sailing vessel, allowing sea breezes, scintillating views and access to the water, plus BABAC'S massive stern platform serving as a sunbathing area, a tender dock, and recreation area for water toys.
The flagship of the Lagoon fleet, the Lagoon Seventy7 was launched to much acclaim and instant success at the 2016 Cannes Yachting Festival. Affectionately nicknamed "Gentle Giant" for her size and gentle sleek lines, this 77ft (23.28m) and 36ft (11m) wide multihull, the Seventy7 is the largest sailing cat ever built by Lagoon and a true superyacht.
BABAC is just the third hull in this superlative range of multihulls built with the luxury yachting lifestyle in mind. After summer in the Med, BABAC will be available for charter in the Caribbean British Virgin Islands from December 2018 to March 2019.
BABAC is an extraordinary example of the culmination of vision and craftsmanship producing the pinnacle of luxury charter cruising catamaran.Ideally configured for a luxury charter vessel, BABAC features free-flowing spaces from aft deck through to the saloon, multiple social and relaxation areas, sculptural lines and luxurious details.
For her fortunate charter guests, BABAC has a massive forward deck with plenty of room for relaxing including two lounge areas and a large trampoline. Inside, the sumptuous saloon has lounge and dining spaces with unimpeded wraparound views. The expansive flybridge provides another vantage point for taking in the views, dining and reclining during sojourns at sea.
Below decks, the guest accommodation is just as airy and spacious, with four lavish cabins each with ensuite, and the fully-equipped professional galley from which the onboard Chef will create gourmet menus entirely personalised for you and your guests.
BABAC's other impressive features include high-end rigging, carbon fibre boom, high-tech electronic systems, carbon fibre helms, marble and precious wood interiors, and much more. Best of all, being a superbly crafted Lagoon catamaran, BABAC is supremely stable, unrivalled in volume, and elegant under sail.
BABAC'S very capable crew of three have many hundreds of nautical miles among them and are relishing the opportunity to work aboard this majestic multihull, providing guests with a charter experience like no other.
Captain Gareth Wood has been at the helm of superyachts for more than 12 years, most recently the brilliant Xenia74 with his wife and Chef, Kristine Andreassen, and has managed and skippered several vessels in charter. He has extensive experience in electronics and marine mechanics, as well as qualifications as a sailing and scuba diving instructor. Equal parts active and artistic, Captain Gareth is a keen photographer and diver, and brings his full professionalism and passion for charter to the benefit of his fortunate guests.
Chef Kristine is widely acclaimed as one of the best and most accomplished in the business, praised by guests for expertise and sheer deliciousness of the meals she delivers. Drawing on the world's cuisines and cultures, Chef Kristine creates mouth-watering menus personalised to suit your palate.
If activity and adventure are on your ''to do" list during your charter, BABAC can deliver! She has a plethora of watertoys and tenders required for hours of on-water fun for all ages and abilities. Captain Gareth has lots of local knowledge and can take you to hidden anchorages in secluded bays, and is enthusiastic about sharing his love of sailing, diving and exploring the underwater realm with charter guests.
Reserve your charter now and be the first to savour total luxury afloat aboard our brand new Lagoon Seventy7 BABAC. Contact the crewed luxury charter yacht specialists at Luxury Charter Group today.
Photo credit: Nicolas Claris.
All photos are of a sistership as BABAC is still under construction.
Some particulars and water toys may vary.