Xcruising : Xc50 - 32 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Dear Fellow Yachtsmen, We are proud to introduce the Xc 50; a continuation of the new Xc line which sets new cruising standards for connoisseurs and dedicated sailing enthusiasts alike. The Xc 50 delivers a long-distance cruising experience beyond all expectations. Drawing on our wealth of design knowledge, it represents the third in a family of innovative new generation cruisers, that use the best transferable features from our racing and performance yachts. Throughout the entire design process, our ambition has been to create the optimum characteristics for long-distance cruising. Our working...

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this is a yacht for I \Ji V»/ K-/ V»/ I I \Ji V»/ I I L 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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Hidden talents POWERED BATHING PLATFORM PRACTICAL LIFERAFT STOWAGE OPTIONAL STERN ANCHOR The design brief for the Xc 50 very much followed the same lines as for the Xc 45, but of course we have refined and improved some details to integrate them effectively onto a larger boat. The Xc 45 has life raft storage in the transom; this was extremely well received, as was the powered bathing platform and the stern anchor arrangement. The Xc 50 will feature an extra storage compartment in the port side of the transom; which can either house flammable material like portable diesel cans or can accommodate...

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9 D Asymmetric Spinnaker C Genoa 140% or 106% Optional Inner forestay B A Mainsail

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3 bladed folding Generator Consumption Freshwater Main fuel Batteries Cast iron Lead keel Keel girder Ring frame Additional bow thruster Retractable propeller (optional) tank tanks tanks fin keel bulb batteries bow thruster

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The Xc qualities DEEpEr Hull sEctions HigH stability 30 yEars oF know-How One of the main differences between the Xperformance line and the new Xcruising line is the hull design. The Xc line, with its deeper hull sections, provides a greater interior volume for tanks, and other essential cruising equipment; a feature which also provides smoother sailing in all weathers. The Xc 50 is designed and developed for long-distance cruising, incorporating the most significant X-Yachts’ qualities: powerful main engine in a well-insulated compartment, with a 3-bladed folding propeller; large fuel and fresh...

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What the press say “ Short-handed sailing was simple and a joy with the kite up. The accommodation is smart and beautifully nished with a galley to delight the off-watch. ” yachting world, august 2010 “ Under her good-natured appearance, the Xc can really y! As far as manoeuvres and boat-handling are concerned, it’s hard to nd fault. ” “ Sous des airs bon enfant, ça marche un Xc ! Quant aux manoeuvres, à leur positionnement, elles n’appellent que des commentaires élogieux. ” Voile Magazine, august 2010 “ Dedicated to... all those who want to seriously cover some miles without losing the avour...

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A no-nonsense deck plan HIGH STABILITY The Xc 50 has higher stability than our traditional models; PRACTICAL DRAFT despite a reduction in draft of approx 10% compared to CONFIDENCE INSPIRING the performance cruiser range. Displacement is higher to accommodate all the extra weight from a bigger engine, generator, larger tanks, and greater battery capacity. Generally she has a higher specification than an equivalent Xp, so the length and beam at the waterline has also been extended and weight added to the keel bulb. All this makes the Xc 50 a very easy and safe yacht, and enables her to carry more...

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Control at the helm twin wHEEls cEntral instruMEnt clustEr ErgonoMic arrangEMEnt The helmsman’s position provides excellent sight lines forward whilst sailing and manoeuvring. The central instrument console ensures a good view of the navigation instruments, and doubles as a secure handhold for use at sea. The throttle and engine control panel are mounted in a starboard cockpit recess, for safe and reliable handling. Every detail is designed to maximise the skipper’s control at the helm and to help a short-handed crew work safely. Three cockpit lockers, two forward and one aft of the steering wheels,...

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Choose your own interior EXTENDED GALLEY OR ADDITIONAL SHOWER STALL The interior joinery of the Xc 50 is crafted in high grade marine teak. Panel effect bulkheads use recessed thin teak battens, to create a modernist/cubist environment. The bulkheads are either painted white or use the same high grade teak as the furniture. You are free to choose.

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(CB1 ) Two aft cabins, ensuite head compartment for starboard aft cabin. Main cabin with enlarged galley. (A2) Owner's cabin with berth to port and master head forward. Extended sail cabin to allow; hung pipe-berth, toilet, washbasin and wardrobe. (CB2) Two aft cabins, one head in port side and an ensuite head compartment for starboard aft cabin. Main cabin with medium galley. (A1 ) Owner's berth centrally with master head. The Xc50 standard version comes with a forward berth on the centre line. This includes the head/shower compartment to port, with space for a washing machine to be installed...

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Traditional or contemporary style HAND FINISHED QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP The interior of the Xc 50 comes with white surfaced structural bulkheads and recessed teak stripes for a modern, panelled look as standard, or alternatively a teak veneer also with recessed battens. The galley, nav station, sofa fronts, lockers, shelves, wardrobe fiddles and grab rails are all made of high quality teak. The cabinetry is assembled and hand-finished by our specialist joiners using a satin varnish.

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Enlarged galley option.

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Flexible galley options SAFE CATERING UNDER PASSAGE TWIN REFRIGERATORS The galley has plenty of drawers and cabinets to store food, crockery and other kitchen equipment. The chef will appreciate the gimballed gas oven with three jets, an optional microwave oven, and two refrigerators; one top loading and the other front loading. Corian® worktops with teak fiddles add a touch of glamour. The splashboard and numerous handholds make it a functional and seaworthy galley.

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