Xc 50 - 21 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

“ erfection is a promise, and a P reassurance that we are not wrong” Lauren Oliver, Requiem he Xc 50 is the largest model in the Xcruising range and offers a wide range of custom options to allow owners to create an elegant personnalised yacht. In the Summer of 2014, after receiving practical experience and extensive feedback from our owners, she went through a revamp following the rest of the Xc Range. This successfully took her through to the ‘Next Generation’. This updated version includes features such as optional teak on bulwarks, side decks and coachroofs, new keels for improved stability,...

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“This yacht is designed for someone who dreams of cruising but does not want to go slowly” Juan Pablo del Solar Kolbach, Xc 50 Owner, Chile 4

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Designer’s comments ne of the main differences between the Xperformance and Xcruising ranges is the hull design. The Xc range, with its deeper hull sections, provides a greater interior volume for tanks and other essential cruising equipment. Deeper V-shaped forward hull sections ensure a smooth and comfortable motion when the yacht is sailed against waves (either under sail or engine). 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....

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Xcruising qualities esigned and developed for long-distance cruising, the Xc 50 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: • powerful engine in a well insulated compartment, A Hydraulic backstay adjuster with a 3-bladed folding propeller • arge fuel and fresh water tanks, all strategically L located low and central in the yacht for optimum weight distribution • n immensely strong steel hull girder frame, taking the A Rod rigging loads from the composite lead/cast...

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OWNER’S COMMENTS Owner’s comments Two of our owners describe their Xc 50 experience... Birger Hansen, Denmark I have a large family, and for me, it is key to have looks understated, however the qualities it hides a fast and safe yacht. My kids love knowing how far away we are from the next marina or The interior woodwork is at a quality level, that is anchorage so the yacht needs to be able to hard to find these days, along with the general move at speed. For me, it is important that I am workmanship and design found in her. With a able to enjoy the voyage. full sandwich hull and deck, steel hull...

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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. 16

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DECK DETAILS Deck details All the sheets run smoothly to the cockpit standard self-tailing stainless steel winches. Folding teak cockpit table. Storage in centre of table. Optional grabrail on forward end. The ‘standard’ Xc 50 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 ventilation dorades are mounted on the coach roof, with stainless steel protection bar, provide excellent ventilation into the accommodation. In the foredeck a deep sail locker, with integrated self draining...

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Cockpit protection An optional bimini (shown here) or cockpit tent are available. The standard spray hood rests in a “sock” when folded. 20 The standard spray hood is supported by three stainless steel frames. For canvas colour options, see page 22-23. Xc 50 comes optional with an aluminium framed windshield with toughened glass. The optional windshield with the raised spray hood. X-YACHTS Xc 50

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Hull style options Hull trim stripes A standard Xc 50 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. Dark grey (Swela 37365) Silver grey (Swela 37362)

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“Quality is not an act, it is a habit” Aristotle

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Standard layout (CB1-A1) Owner’s cabin with large double centre berth. Owner’s en-suite head is located on port side. Dedicated shower compartment with Plexi glass doors Large saloon with seating for 6 around the table, plus additional sofa on starboard side. Forward facing nav station with ample space for charts. Spacious u-shaped galley featuring an extra large worktop made in Camoan white Corian. Standard aft head, located on starboard side, with dedicated shower compartment. Spacious aft double cabins with storage under berth. Optional layout (CB2-A2) Owner’s cabin with large double berth...

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Saloon The spacious saloon is flooded with light from coachroof portlights and deck hatches. The large dining table with integrated wine bottle compartment can comfortably host 8 guests. Above: The standard Xc 50 saloon with optional galley transverse cupboard. Right: the saloon table has a built in wine bottle storage. Upper Left: Wooden grills hide speakers for the optional entertainment systems. Lower Left: Book shelf with adjustable book brackets on port and starboard. Seating consists of a spacious U-Sofa on port side and an additional sofa or seats on starboard side, depending on layout.

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Galley The spacious galley has all the facilities positioned within easy reach and plenty of storage space. A Corian counter-top and tinted splashback create a stylish space. Handrails at the companionway and along the coach roof provide security under way. Above: Standard features include: Corian worktop with top loading fridge, a gimballed oven, toughened glass splash back, a rectangular sink with single lever mixing tap and shelves, drawers and lockers providing storage space for cutlery, crockery and food. Right: Optional extras include: transverse top cupboard, top loaded deep freezer, front...

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