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Catalogue excerpts

and has built over 5000 yachts. Over the last 35 years the company has been synonymous with high performance yachting, winning nine official World Championship titles, and delivering almost 1000 ISAF recognized one-design class yachts. Race victories in prestigious regattas like the Admiral's Cup, Sardinia Cup, SORC, Rolex Giraglia Race and Rolex Middle Sea Race all show testament to the X-Yachts heritage of building world class performance yachts. Since 1990 X-Yachts has increasingly focussed on making offshore performance orientated cruising yachts over 50ft. More than 200 X-Yachts between 50...

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“Architecture should speak of time and place, but yearn for timelessness” Frank Gehry

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Designer’s comments The story behind the X6 hull lines he X6´s hull is designed to meet the demands from sailors, who want to enjoy sailing in a wide range of conditions. Apposite to the mainstream trends of yachts with a very modern appearance, X6 is meant to be enjoyable and easily controllable in more than just ‘reaching’ conditions. The upwind performance and sea keeping has been given a lot of attention whilst choosing design parameters and various aspect ratios. Achieving comfort when sailing to windward in a rough sea was an essential prerequisite in the X6 hull design. Deep V sections,...

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DESIGNER’S COMMENTS Using a combination of Eglass and carbon skins high ballast ratio instead of an extreme instead of a full carbon construction delivers hull shape. Wetted surface area and friction local strength and general resistance to impact. drag is minimised, which is essential for light Comfortable stability has been achieved with a wind performance.

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Above: The fixed windscreen with integrated sprayhood offers additional cockpit protection. Above: Banks of solar panels lie recessed inconspicuously beside the coachroof skylights. Above: When stowed, the sprayhood is neatly concealed in a recess in the coachroof. Above: A carbon-fibre-reinforced mainsail arch allows the integration of cockpit bimini, speakers and down lights. The arch also improves the cockpit safety by handling the mainsheet away from the cockpit. Above: An additional sunbathing area is created with recessed coachroof top cushions.

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DECK DETAILS The carbon fibre bow sprit for the asymmetrical spinnaker neatly conceals the anchor arm for easy deployment. A deck recessed self tacking track can be used with the inner forestay’s jib or the larger 96% head stay genoa. The optional halyard winches can either be mounted on the deck by the mast or on the mast itself. The headsails can be easily controlled with an electrical Reckmann headstay furler and an electrical Reckmann Code 0 furler. The optional retractable capstan winch can be deployed to handle mooring lines when needed.

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Above: Optional helmsman seats neatly attach to the cockpit side keeping the cockpit floor uncluttered. Above: Adjustable recessed foot chocks also add comfort whilst under sail. Above: The twin wheel pedestal consoles can accommodate a wide variety of navigation and control instruments. Above: The cockpit area can be transformed into a large sunbathing platform. The stern garage accommodates a variety of jet ribs and tenders up to 3.25m. The transom door is operated by hydraulic rams and integrates tender rollers, swimming ladders, and cockpit steps. An electrical paserelle neatly retracts into...

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COCKPIT DETAILS The companionway is off centre enabling a comfortable cockpit U-shaped sofa. Short handed sailing is easily controlled by 4 electrical self-tailing winches for sheets, halyards and reef lines, all positioned within reach of the helmsman’s position. Aft pushpits with built-in seats.

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Timeless style 14 X-YACHTS X6

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Danish design and architecture is famous for its clean and timeless style. The X6 interior is designed to work at open sea as well as moored. Enjoy the bright and spacious accommodation, with the plentiful storage space needed for a ‘live on board’ life. X-YACHTS X6 15

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Interior layouts To personalise the X6 a wide variety of interior surface finishes, materials and colours are offered.

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INTERIOR LAYOUT A1-B1 A1: Owner’s central berth, en-suite head and dedicated shower room to port. B1: Extra large galley. A2-B2 A2: Owner’s berth to port, en-suite head and dedicated shower compartment forward. B2: Workshop cabin to Port side. A3-B3 A3: Owner’s central berth, twin cabin to port and shared head to starboard. B3: Additional aft head to Port side.

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Saloon The spacious saloon is flooded with light from the huge panoramic deck saloon windows, as well as the hull portlights and ambient led lighting throughout the accommodation. An uncluttered feel has been achieved with clever storage solutions for the plentiful gear needed for live aboard life.

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Right: The saloon table transforms between a coffee table and a larger dining table. X-YACHTS X6 19

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Nav station The dedicated forward facing navigation station is the X6’s communication centre with ample room for literature and navigational instruments, as well as being the main hub for the yacht’s electrical systems and instruments.

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NAVIGATION STATION Right: Forward of the nav station is the long starboard saloon sofa, with book storage and upper cabinets that can accommodate a lifting 32” flat screen TV. X-YACHTS X6 21

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Left: An integrated self-draining drying rack is fitted beside the sink. 22 X-YACHTS X6

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Galley The X6 galley is designed around the ‘Gastronorm Catering System’ which transforms the space into a more functional and significantly safer place to prepare and cook food whilst at sea. The 5 jet burner and oven, microwave, front opening fridges, top loading freezer, under floor food storage, sink, drawers and cupboard system have all been designed with ergonomics in mind. X-YACHTS X6 23

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Owner’s cabin This rendering illustrates the A1 version with central berth and head to port side. The beauty table, under berth drawers, extra large wardrobe and full length lower cupboards offer enormous amounts of storage in a clean, practical and uncluttered way. There is dedicated space for a 32” TV to be integrated in the shelf system. Inside the luxurious heads are electrical flushing toilets and dedicated shower rooms in all layout options. 24 X-YACHTS X6

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