The Lagoon 35 CCC is an extraordinary coastal cruising catamaran. She draws from a long lineage of great multihull designs and continues the collaboration of Jeanneau and TPI. Conceived by the American architects Morrelli & Melvin, who are specialists in designing catamarans, the new Lagoon 35 includes all the successful ideas you can find in the other famous Lagoons. This boat combines an excellent layout and high-quality finish with a capability of sailing very fast. She offers livability and affordability in a stylish, stable platform that also has the benefit of a moderate beam for cross country transport and slip considerations. The Lagoon 35 CCC is the first multihull in the world to have a hull constructed utilizing the SCRIMP infusion method of lamination. The resulting balsa-cored composite offers the highest strength-to-weight ratio possible outside of an autoclave process. The one-piece hull incorporates two high-lift keels, rigid enough to support the hull for soft grounding. Integral marine grade ply bulkheads are bonded with wide glass cloth tapes providing torsional stiffness to the whole structure. The molded deck is also balsa-cored except in high stress areas where dense core is used. The use of teak flooring, bulkheads and accents in combination with light toned pressure laminates and molded liners make the Lagoon 35 CCC very bright and delightful down below. Four transom steps lead to the deck and a large cockpit offering seating for eight comfortably. Aluminum mast and boom with internal halyards. All sail controls lead to three cockpit-mounted, self-tailing winches for ease of single handling. The Lagoon 35 CCC offers two queen-size berths in aft cabins. The athwartship-mounted berths are situated to provide comfortable sitting height headroom. The main cabin houses a galley and dinette area. The two-piece dining table and L-shaped seat offer flexibility and optional extra sleeping. The galley houses an icebox, a two-burner stove with oven, large sink with integral drain board and ample storage space. The molded one-piece liner incorporates a vanity sink, a manual marine toilet and a large shower area. A second optional head can be installed in the forward port hull. Each cabin-living area has a means of allowing air in and out plus adding light to the interior spaces.