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WORLD CLASS SINCE 1*79 Engine diesel - Standard 14.5 kW 20.0 HP Engine diesel - Optional 21.3 kW 29.1 HP SAIL AREAS standard Preliminary X-YACHTSA/S ■ Fjordagervej 21 ■ 6100 Haderslev ■ Denmark

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WORLD CLASS SINCE 1 9 7 ■? PRESS RELEASE FROM X-YACHTS OF DENMARK The philosophy behind the X-34 Performance Cruiser The X-34 is being designed, developed and specified to reach a high level of quality for the enjoyment of the performance oriented sailor and his crew or family. She is the smallest member of the Performance Cruising range, enabling us to offer a Hull design Great attention is paid to constructing smooth and harmonious hull lines; a stylish and fine entry; a relatively wider waterline beam than the X-35 One Design, to increase the hull stability and to locate the centre of...

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WORLD CLASS SINCE 1 9 7 ■? X-34 will sport a non-overlapping headsail configuration which makes life easier for the cruising oriented sailor; and, secondly, a modest sail plan seems to give the best performance compared to the IRC or IMS rating. The calculation of the sail plan is taking account of the lack of overlapping headsails and is largely compensated for. Furthermore, it makes it possible to choose a lighter mast section, which adds to the yacht's stability. As with all other X-Yachts designs, the spar maker will be carefully chosen - and each detail will be analysed and engineered...

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PRESS RELEASE FROM X-YACHTS OF DENMARK THE FUTURE INTERNATIONAL ONE DESIGN CLASS After a careful, secret planning and design period during the second half of 2004, X-Yachts is ready to launch the new X-35 One Design. The vision behind the design was to create a sporty and simple yacht to sail, with extremely pleasing lines, providing under deck comfort areas for both crew after racing, but also for the active family during weekend cruising. Hull & Deck The X-35 One Design hull and deck lines have been inspired by the IMX range and the X-99 as well as the X-332 Sport. The modern recessed...

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Down below the X-35 will have a full-equipped galley with a 2 jet-oven and a cool box, a full head forward and sleeping berth for up to 8 people. Below the cockpit two double berths are divided with a longitudinal bulkhead and open towards the saloon. In front of the main bulkhead there is a separate cabin with a double berth and a head, increasing the comfort whilst cruising. With its 3 skylights and opening coach roof windows, the interior will feel very light and airy. The combination of mahogany, white glass fibre and sky surfaces will further enhance the style. The mast is stepped...

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WORLD CLASS SINCE 1 9 7 ■? PRESS RELEASE FROM X-YACHTS OF DENMARK Builders of successful One Design racing yachts Back in 1979, X-Yachts introduced the still popular X-79 and later, in 1985, the X-99 One Design was developed. Both yachts became large "European One Design Classes" and they are still active in many countries. The IMX 38, IMX 40 and IMX 45 racing yachts were primarily built for handicap racing under IMS and IRC, where they achieved convincing results. The IMX 40 and IMX 45 incorporated carbon mast, boom and wheel, as well as a magic wheel for tuning the backstay, developed by...

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WORLD CLASS SINCE Strict class rules from day one The class rules will be almost similar to the class rules of the new X-35, which restrict owners from modifying any parameter liable to influence the performance of the yacht. Each hull, deck, keel, rudder and final "ready-to-be-launched "yacht will be weighed to ensure absolute accuracy in the yacht's construction quality. In this way, the owner and his crew can use their boat handling and tactical skills to win The aim is to launch hull 01 and 02 in December 2006. After rigorous test sailing by the X-Yachts test crew, the actual production...

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PRESS RELEASE Xc 45 - THE NEW FUTURE CRUISING RANGE DESIGNED BY X-YACHTS DESIGN GROUP The Xc 45 is the first in a completely new series The new Xc 45 will be the first model from a completely new range dedicated to X-Yachts will continue the development and production of the existing "Performance Cruiser" and "One Design" ranges. The new X-34 has recently been announced to be launched in August 2007 and the Performance range is planned to expand Market studies The decision to go into the cruising market was taken a few years ago. Since then we have made a careful study of the market. It...

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WORLD CLASS SINCE 1 9 7 ■? The cruiser shall be easy to handle, due to a comprehensive standard specification. This includes: retractable bow thruster, 3-blade folding propeller, all winches electrical operated and an efficient deck layout integrating "deck recessed" halyards and sheets led back to their handling winches. A customized mast and rig including discontinued rod rigging and hydraulic powered backstay tension. The interior of the Xc 45 will be either a two-cabin version with a "work station" cabin allowing very easy access to the yacht's machinery, or a more conventional To offer...

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PRESS RELEASE FROM X-YAC HTS DENMARK X-Yachts Design Group used their experience from designing the IMX 70 to develop the new X-55 with many exclusive features which are new to a performance cruiser in this market segment. The foredeck design with its flush deck hatches, the cabin just stopping in front of the mast and the very clean deck layout makes the X-55 look larger then her size and is a result of very innovative solutions. The open cockpit, as featured on the X-50 and IMX 70, gives the yacht an elegant look, together with a spacious and functional area under sail - when moored in...

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Design features Above deck • Flush foredeck hatches • Foldable mooring cleats • Recessed flush sprayhood compartment • Flush cockpit hatches • All control and trim lines led under deck Below deck • Teak interior with horizontal grain and "panel" structure • New corner design on furniture like the IMX 70 • Sky screen roller and mosquito blinds fitted to hatches in saloon and fore peak • Honeycomb cored teak floorboards with inserted décor lines and border In the construction of the X-55 the typical X-Yachts safety and structural features • Hull and deck sandwich construction in conjunction...

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All X-Yachts catalogs and brochures

  1. X-302

    8 Pages

  2. X-332

    12 Pages

  3. X-442

    12 Pages

  4. X-362

    12 Pages

  5. IMX 38

    8 Pages

  6. X-412

    12 Pages

  7. 40 ft One Ton

    6 Pages

  8. X-512

    8 Pages

  9. X-312

    8 Pages

  10. X-342

    8 Pages

  11. X-119

    8 Pages

  12. X-372

    8 Pages

  13. X-452

    8 Pages

  14. X-99

    8 Pages

  15. X-3/4 Ton Mk 2

    4 Pages

  16. X-3/4 Ton Mk 1

    4 Pages

  17. X-402

    6 Pages

  18. X-95

    6 Pages

  19. X-102

    6 Pages

  20. X-79

    6 Pages

  21. Xc 38

    17 Pages

  22. Xc 45

    21 Pages

  23. X4³

    15 Pages

  24. X4⁶

    15 Pages

  25. X4⁹

    15 Pages

  26. 2018 ENTRY FORM

    2 Pages

  27. X-382

    8 Pages

  28. X-482

    4 Pages

  29. IMX 40

    8 Pages

  30. IMX 45

    12 Pages

  31. X4 3

    28 Pages

  32. The X6⁵

    40 Pages

  33. X-41

    16 Pages

  34. X-35

    12 Pages

  35. Xc 50

    21 Pages

  36. Xc 42

    40 Pages

  37. X4

    11 Pages

  38. X-65

    52 Pages

  39. Xp 55

    29 Pages

  40. Xp 50

    48 Pages

  41. Xp 44

    48 Pages

  42. Xp 38

    25 Pages

  43. Xp 33

    11 Pages

  44. Xcruising : Xc42

    40 Pages

  45. Xc 35

    32 Pages

  46. X6

    32 Pages

  47. Introducing: X6

    4 Pages

  48. X-55

    28 Pages

  49. X-34

    12 Pages

  50. Xcruising : Xc50

    32 Pages

  51. Xcruising : Xc45

    21 Pages

  52. Xcruising : Xc38

    28 Pages

Archived catalogs

  1. THE NEW X4⁹

    31 Pages

  2. Xc 45

    40 Pages

  3. Xc 38

    28 Pages

  4. X-YACHTING 2011

    132 Pages