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THE ULTIMATE 30’ CRUISER/RACER FROM X-YACHTS OF DENMARK

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VER THE -YACHTS have had many years of experience in building boats ir the 30'size range.The first generation 30 footer was the X-95. Launched in 1982 the X-95 was developed as a production IOR 1/2 tonner She had ai excellent sailing performance for her day, yet offered a practical interior in

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relation to her more racing oriented counterparts. In 1987 X-Yachts introduced the X-312 which represented a move away from the restricted IOR hull forms as the early eighties.The X-312 offered a longer waterline length together with a more moderate beam, and was the first of the "easily driven" performance cruisers to be produced by X-YACHT. Seven years on, and the X-302 is launched to replace the X-312.The all new X-302 incorporates all the latest X-Yachts' features, and represents one of the most ambitious development projects in this size range to date.

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BELOW DECKS herever you look you will find that there is ample space for storage of personal gear and equipment Deep shelves below the deck and hanging lockers in the forepeak and aft cabin, a practical "wet locker" for oilskins and boots in the head compartment, plenty of locker space in the roomy gallery, good provision for installation of electronics and storage og books etc. at the chart table, and an enormous cockpit locker for the inflatable dinghy, fenders, mooring lines etc.The enterior has been designed with the cruising family in mind.Top grade Khaya mahogany has been used in...

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THE KEY FEATURES hich help to make the X-302 a truly outstanding 30 footer include: Sandwich hull and deck construction, steel bottom frame for keel and rig loads, tapered rudder shaft and low friction needle rudder bearings, powerful engine with S-drive installation, discontinuous rod rigging, extra stiff mast section and forestay furling drum (optional) installed below decks. Maximum sailing waterline lenght combined with maximum stability from the composite lead/iron bulb keel and a very clean undistorted hull form. An extremely comfortable, high volume interior finished with a GRP head...

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NIELS JEPPESEN TALKS eing a family man myself I set out to design a 30 footer that would accommodate my own needs.To provide a safe yet fun yacht that could take two adults and four children sailing for a couple of weeks in comfort and at the same time have such a sailing performance that I could race her succesfully at small or even big regattas. Such a boat should have plenty of storage space for all the essentials that accompany a family on holiday (toys, clothes, books etc.) It must have good ventilation and comfortable sleeping and cooking arrangements. However such a boat must not...

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