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Catalogue excerpts

The world is waiting for you Explore it in style aboard the X-65

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Photo: Laurant Charpentier The three owners of X-Yachts; Niels Jeppesen, Lars Jeppesen, Birger Hansen.

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World Class Since 1979 X-Yachts was established in 1979, when brothers Niels and Lars Jeppesen met Birger Hansen. X-Yachts first model was the X-79, which became very popular as a One Design Class and still is a very active class. International debut The first international X-Yacht, the X-102, won the ¾ Ton Cup in Helsinki, Finland and defended the victory one year later in Denia, Spain. This suddenly established X-Yachts internationally. Throughout the 80’s, X-Yachts’ models won international world championships nine times. In the 90’s, more IMS championship successes followed. The IMX 38, introduced...

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Speed and style A performance cruiser that sets new standards The X-65 was conceived as a big sister to the hugely successful X-55; European Yacht of the Year 2007. She is also the little sister of the extremely fast and stylish IMX 70. The result is a sleek yet spacious performance cruiser. At every stage of design and production the focus has been to create a yacht that is easy to sail and utterly reliable. The X-65 embodies elegance and enjoyment in equal measure.

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Systems that you can depend on Reliability is crucial. Problems with gear or systems can be frustrating in port and could compromise safety at sea X-Yachts' solution is to use trusted technology and standardised systems. There is push-button control of halyards and sheets, with reliable electric units favoured over high-maintenance hydraulics. This is a yacht for sailors, not engineers.

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Beauty in the detail Thoughtful design means simple sailing You do not need to sacrifice beauty to achieve practicality. When creating the X-65 the designers combined their experience with innovative new ideas to keep her lines clean while ensuring she is easy to handle. One of the optional foredeck arrangements typifies this intelligent approach. The anchor and bow roller stow neatly out of sight when berthed or at sea, and are launched on a hinged stainless steel arm, supported by a gas strut. As well as an optional inner forestay and powered genoa furler, the foredeck can also house a powered...

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Hidden Talents Control lines right where you need them The deck and coachroof has been cleverly designed to hide sheets, halyards and control lines out of view. This makes her not only a joy to behold, but also a safer boat to sail.

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Control at the helm Innovative tender stowage Whilst steering the X-65 you will find all that you need close at hand. Navigation equipment, auto pilot controls, instruments and gauges mounted on the pedestal are supported by reapeaters at the mast. The communications equipment can be found with the engine control panel on the starboard side. The main and genoa sheets are just a step away, and the port halyard winch can be controlled electrically from the starboard console, as can the in-boom furling if fitted.

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A sting in the tail Innovative tender stowage Transom stowage of tenders is an ideal option that has, until now, been reserved for much larger yachts. The X-65 sets a new standard in its class by incorporating a large garage space accessed from the stern. There is room for a 3.2m RIB that is perfect for exploring your new destination or just for some high-octane fun in the sun. Clients can also choose to have a carbon fibre passerelle that, at the touch of a button, extends from a hatch in the port aft deck and allows easy access ashore.

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Versatility is a strength A yacht to suit your sailing The X-65 is designed to suit a wide range of demands. Will you opt for the self-tacking jib or the 108% genoa? Should you choose a fixed or removable Kevlar inner forestay? Will you raise the sprayhood from its recessed storage space to deflect the wind or extend one of the biminis to keep the sun off the cockpit or helm? You may be sailing fully crewed or want a boat that is a pleasure to sail shorthanded. Whatever your needs there are options to suit your sailing.

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Tested technology Fuel tank standard Water tank standard Genoa 108% Self Tacking Jib 94% SAIL AREAS Standard Engine diesel Displacement light Standard draft Ballast standard keel Hull length The option of a carbon fibre powered furling boom is also offered. supports a three-spreader, tapered carbon mast with a ‘Park Avenue’ wing boom. world’s most respected suppliers. Discontinuous rod rigging, with a hydraulic backstay, The X-65 has been designed and engineered in co-operation with some of the

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Quality in construction The hidden details The use of heat galvanised steel to create a support structure for the mast and keel stiffness of the hull and ensure that the maximum performance can be achieved from was pioneered by X-Yachts in 1981. Since then the Danish yard has produced more than 6,000 yachts featuring this technology and has won worldwide recognition for the strength of their designs. One of the factors that set X-Yachts apart from other yachts is the importance given to keeping weight as low and central as possible. Batteries, water and fuel tanks, engine, Strength and stiffness...

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Cutting edge design The latest technology State-of-the-art design programmes and 3-D modelling is used to ensure remarkable accuracy and painstaking attention to detail. The use of the latest technology extends to the build of the X-65 with vacuum infusion, sandwich construction and honeycomb core panels and floorboards used throughout. X-Yachts are aware of the special relationship that owners have with their boats. We know that only the best will do and take great pleasure in involving owners with the conception and build of their individual yacht. Computer modelling allows owners to see what...

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Forward owner’s cabin with central berth; large saloon; open galley; two aft cabins. Tailor-made A wide range of accommodation arrangements is available, allowing clients to choose a combination to suit them. A few of the options are shown here and overleaf. Forward owner’s cabin with port berth; open galley; three aft cabins.

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All X-Yachts catalogues and brochures

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Archived catalogues

  1. X-YACHTING 2011

    132 Pages

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