XO 270 Cabin - 55 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

a problem occurs, please contact your XO dealer. If a repair is required, use only the companies recommended by your XO dealer. KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE AND HAND IT OVER TO THE NEXT OWNER IF YOU SELL THIS BOAT. Congratulations on your new Finnish XO boat! We want to thank you for choosing XO and we hope you enjoy the time you spend aboard. The purpose of this manual is to help you operate your boat with safety and pleasure. The manual contains the details of the boat and the associated or installed equipment and systems, as well as information on its operation and maintenance. Please read...

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5.10.1 Protection from falling overboard and means of reboarding 5.10.2 Securing loose equipment 1 BEFORE DEPARTURE 5.10.4 Anchoring, mooring and towing 4 BEFORE USING YOUR BOAT 6 Service, repairs and winter storage 4.3 Training 5 BOAT CHARACTERISTICS AND OPERATION 5.1 General 7.2. Installing optional equipment 5.2 Principal boat data 5.3 Maximum recommended number of persons APPENDIX 1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS APPENDIX 2 XO 270 RS CABIN – GENERAL LAYOUT APPENDIX 3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS APPENDIX 4 WIRING DIAGRAM 5.6.1 Openings in the hull and deck 5.6.2 Bilge pumps and drainage 5.6.3 Stability,...

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BOAT MODEL: XO 270 RS CABIN Craft Identification Number – CIN: Engine make and model: Engine serial number: First name: First name: Last name: Last name: First name: First name: Last name: Last name: First name: First name: Last name: Last name:

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Engine and equipment Check the operation and condition of steering, electrical devices and battery, and perform all daily inspection procedures specified in the engine manual. Read this User Manual carefully. Check the boat's seaworthiness in general: check the boat for fuel and water Before each departure, check at least the following: leaks, make sure that the necessary safety equipment is on board, etc. Check that the bilge water level is at the minimum. Weather and weather forecast Take the wind, waves and visibility into account. Is your boat's design cat- egory, size and equipment, as well...

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The units used in this manual are in accordance with the SI system. In some cases, however, other units are added in brackets. An exception to the above is the wind force, which is expressed in the Beaufort scale in the The purpose of this User Manual is to help you familiarise yourself with Recreational Craft Directive (RCD). the characteristics of your new boat. Separate manuals for the equipment installed on the boat are attached and also referred to in a number of sections of this manual. Naturally, you can complement this manual with manuals of any device installed later on. There is also...

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3 WARRANT Y This boat and the equipment installed by the boatbuilder are covered 4 BEFORE USING YOUR BOAT 4.1 REGISTRATION by a warranty as specified in detail below. The engine, trim tabs, compass, any navigation devices and other retrofitted devices are sub- In many countries, even a small motor boat must be registered. Contact the ject to any warranty of their respective manufacturers. Separate war- local authorities for the registration requirements in your country. To drive a ranty cards for these devices and appropriate supplier information are registered boat, one must usually meet the...

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5 BOAT CHARAC TERISTICS AND OPERATION Main dimensions and capacity: The length, beam, draught, total weight, etc., and fuel tank capacity of the boat are described in Appendix 1 ‘Technical specifications’. This User Manual is not intended to be a comprehensive maintenance guide Builder's plate: or repair manual. Instead, the purpose is to help you familiarise yourself with Part of the above information is indicated on the builder's plate attached the characteristics of your new boat and show you how to use it properly. to the boat in the vicinity of the helm station. More detailed information...

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The maximum recommended load for XO 270 RS Cabin is 930 kg as indicated 5.6.1 Openings in the hull and deck on its plate. An adult's weight is taken to be 75 kg and a child's 37.5 kg. The The XO boats are not equipped with plugs for draining the deck, but the maximum recommended total weight of the persons on board is 750 kg. drain pipes are fitted with shut-off valves. See the general layout of XO 270 In addition to the maximum recommended weight of persons mentioned RS Cabin (Appendix 2). XO 270 RS Cabin has four drain holes located on above, the boat can be loaded with the following: 40 kg...

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Loading and seating (Figure 1) Bilge pumps and drainage (Figure 2) Electric bilge pump Manual bilge pump Bilge pump intake and intake hose Bilge pump discharge hose

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accumulated in the bilge when the level sensor detects water. The auto- 5.6.3 Stability, buoyancy and flotation matic pump is always in the standby mode irrespective of the main switch The stability of your XO boat is excellent due to its hull design and weight position, provided that the battery is connected. The bilge pump starts distribution. However, remember that high breaking waves always repre- when the sensor has been fully submerged for 5 seconds, and stops once sent a serious danger to stability. Also note that the stability of your boat the sensor does not detect water. The pump can...

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check the condition of the hoses through the service hatch. SPECIAL WARNINGS Never 5.7.2 Fire-fighting and prevention Whenever the XO 270 RS Cabin is used, it must be equipped with fire extinguishers with a minimum fire rating of 8A 68B. The minimum fire rating for an individual fire extinguisher is 5A 34B. A hand-held fire extinguisher is located in the front section of the port seat console, on the left-hand side of the storage compartment, as shown in Figure 3. You must have the hand-held fire extinguishers inspected regularly at specified intervals, depending on the legislation in your country....

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• smoke or use a naked flame when handling fuel positions F13-F14 and F17-F19). These circuits are protected with fuses and • keep fuel in a space that is not designed for such purpose. If the boat are designed for connecting retrofitted optional equipment. The wires for is not equipped with a heater, a spare fuel tank can be stored in place of these circuits can be found in the switch panel. Do not replace the fuses with fuses that have higher current ratings, and do not add components to the • leave the boat unattended when a cooker or heater is in use. electrical system so that the circuit's...

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