The Lagoon 39 is a favorite catamaran for a variety of reasons, including it's innovative design, sound construction, good systems and fine sailing qualities, all topped off by the fact of it simply being a handsome vessel.
This boat may seem "small" but it still features extreme comfort, open space and excellent visibility so important and highly appreciated for sailing on a catamaran. In between all sorts of nifty items, including a generous cockpit, a raised helm station, centralized sail controls, and a very nice main saloon which includes a fine, forward-facing navigation station, a well-laid-out galley, and a generous dining table around which to socialize.
How Lagoon managed all this in less than 40 feet may not be a miracle, but it's close.
The cockpit is both snug and comfortable, a design feature that's hard to achieve on a cruising cat. There's plenty of deck space of course, and lounging on the trampoline is a nice way to watch the sea roll by.