Xc 42 - 40 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

This is a yacht for independent minded sailors who want to escape the ties of land and explore the freedom of the seas in true cruising comfort.

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Pablo Picasso following the same philosophy as Xcruising range, offers no-compromise comfort and impressive pace combined with Following extensive feedback from a large group of Xc owners, as well as our own experience over the last 6 years, 2014 marks the launch of upon the success of the Xcruising range with an updated specification including a larger bathing platform and larger hull portlights as well as new interior styling, which is more open and with more natural light without compromising safety

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"This yacht touches Bateaux magazine

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The greater displacement allows for a heavier keel to be fitted. The large fuel and freshwater tanks and the heavy battery bank are all strategically located low and central in the yacht for excellent weight distribution. Lowering the centre of gravity optimises the stability and allows for a well proportioned sail plan. The Xc 42 can make short work of The composite lead/cast iron keel is encapsulated in a reinforced epoxy e-glass shell to guarantee a perfect keel section and avoid corrosion. Flush mounted skin fittings and a folding propeller reduce drag, ensuring the Xc 42 can make the most...

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Lines Plan X-Yachts Design Group Principal Dimensions

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Designed and developed for long- takes many of the qualities of the performance X-Yachts such as rod rigging and fully encapsulated keels, but also has many features that make it ideal for offshore passage making: A powerful engine in a well insulated compartment, with a 3-bladed folding propeller Large fuel and fresh water tanks, all strategically located low and central in the yacht for optimum weight distribution An immensely strong steel hull girder frame, taking the loads from the composite lead/cast iron keel as well as from the keel stepped mast Deeper hull sections provide a greater interior volume,...

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Owners comments Two of our owner's describe their Xc 42 experience.,. Family Kortbeek, Holland Asking someone why they are sailing an X-Yacht is like asking a person why they are driving a German car: "Driving pleasure". It is the combination of speed and trimming possibilities on the one hand and comfort and sea-going behaviour on the other. We can compete with a full crew in our weekly Wednesday evening regatta, but are just as happy sailing double-handed to the Lofoten Islands above Weather conditions can change rapidly in the Norwegian Sea, from sailing for hours under engine to suddenly dealing...

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Family Hunt, United Kingdom Our Xc 42 Freya is a family boat and from our very first sail on the delivery trip back to the UK from Denmark, she impressed us with her sailing ability and comfort On this trip Freya was crewed just by the three of us and at the end of this maiden voyage we knew that we had made the right decision. Her performance and motion at sea is powerful and smooth even when the wind exceeds Force 6, she is easily handled by the three of us. We have cruised to Denmark, Holland, Germany, France and the Channel Islands. Accommodation on board is superb, even for extended periods....

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Deck layout Both boats shown with optional sidedeck teak. Boat to port is shown with optional coachroof teak and fixed windscreen.

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The liferaft is stored below the cockpit floor. The bathing platform is electrically operated, but can also be opened Xc 42 shown with optional teak laid decks on top of coachroof and side decks, optional windshield with optional dark grey spray hood available.

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All halyards pass below the deck surface and are stored in the cockpit floor self draining "bin". Self-draining, acrylic dropboard is supported by gas struts for easy adjustment. The 'standard' Xc 42 comes with stainless steel wheel crash bars. Optional enlarged crash bars with integrated engine throttle and/or thruster controls on the starboard wheel. Stainless steel self-tailing Andersen Winches, which can be upgraded to be electrical powered are part of Xc 42 s comprehensive standard quality. Folding teak cockpit table with GRP instrument support designed to fit a chart plotter and binnacle...

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Cockpit protection Above: Optional cockpit tent and blminl are also available. The standard spray hood rests in a "sockr when folded. The standard spray hood is supported by three stainless steel frames. For canvas colour options, see page 22-23.

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Xc 42 comes optional with an aluminium framed windshield with The optional windshield with the raised spray hood. toughened glass.

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Hull trim stripes A standard Xc 42 comes in a white gelcoat with steel grey (RAL 7011) waterlines and sheerline stripe, optional light grey (RAL 7035) waterlines and sheerline stripe. White hull with steel grey stripes White hull with light grey stripes Exterior fabrics Choose between standard dark grey (Swela 37365) or alternative silver grey (Swela 37362) for sprayhood, bimini, cockpit tent, cockpit cushions, boom cover, forestay cover, cockpit table and wheel covers. Other colours on request. Markilux dark grey Markilux silver grey

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"Quality begins on the inside,,.

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Two interior layouts are offered with a variety of surface finishes, see p36-37 for more details. Standard layout Owner's cabin forward, with owner's head compartment with separate shower including space for an optional washing machine. Large saloon with seating for 6 around the table, plus additional sofa on starboard side. Dedicated forward facing nav station with ample space for charts. Spacious galley with 3-burner stove and optional front opening fridge. Aft 'wef head with pull out shower. Spacious aft double cabins with storage under berth. Optional layout Chart table situated between two...

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The spacious saloon is flooded with natural light from hull and coachroof portlights as well as from deck hatches. The saloon table proves the high level of detailing, can double in size when needed, accommodates wine storage and a drawer unit.

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Archived catalogues

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