The architects Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost fitted the Lagoon 500 with the latest developments in naval architecture. Its speed and seaworthiness are outstanding.Maximum comfort has been designed into this boat that features a forward cockpit with face-to-face seating, numerous lockers and a full view forward. facilitating the passage towards the transoms and the foredeck, the aft passerelle totally independent from the cockpit, the helm station on the flybridge or the main saloon entrance on the same level. The cockpit table can be stowed in the bimini top. The Lagoon 500's helm station is a superb living space with access from each side, lockers, long six-seat bench.The light oak Alpi woodwork and the laminated wenge floor give a modern and relaxing feel. The saloon seating can accommodate six diners. The engine controls and electric steering wheel can be installed by the chart table.The galley has a four-burner hob, an oven and grill, a fridge and a freezer. The layout allows for the optional installation of a dishwasher, an additional fridge or freezer, a washing machine or a dryer.The port hulls of the three versions are identical with an accommodation ladder that leads to a passageway giving access to two VIP cabins and the back galley. The berths in all the cabins can be reached from three sides, thus providing the same degree of comfort with large and practical lockers, spacious washrooms with separate shower compartment and a well thought out ventilation system.Lagoon 500 charter version comes with 5 cabins: identical layout to the owners' version 4 cabins, but the forward companionway on starboard opens up on another cabin, with bunk beds and a washroom. She is equiped with air-condition/generator and she is available for skippered charters (not included in the price).