XO 270 Front Cabin - 66 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

BOAT MODEL: XO 270 RS Front Cabin Craft identification number-Gin Engine make and model IV OWNER First name: II OWNER V OWNER First name: First name: III OWNER VI OWNER First name: First name:

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3 BOAT CHARASTERISTICS This User Manual is net intended to be a comprehensive maintenance guide or repair manual. Instead, the purpose is to help you familiarize yourself with the characteristics of your new boat and show you how to use it properly. PRINCIPAL BOAT DATA INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING: Boattype:    XO 270 RS Front Cabin Design category:    C (inshore) Maximum recommended load:    1140 kg See also Section 3.2.3 ‘Load capacity’ Category A: This boat is designed for conditions in which the wind force can exceed 8 on the Beaufort scale and the significant wave height may exceed 4 m. (see NOTE!...

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3.3 BILGE PUMPS AND DRAINAGE The location of draining devices is shown in Figure 3. The bilge pumps are positioned as close to the bottom plate as is practically possible. Despite this, it is completely normal that a small amount of water remains in them bilge so that it cannot be discharged by the bilge pump. XO 27D RS Cabin is equipped with an automatic, electric bilge pump. It discharges water accumulated in the bilge when the level sensor detects water. The automatic pump has a direct supply switch, so the pump can be used even if the main switch would be off. The pump can also be activated...

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Your craft is equipped with the 12V electrical direct current (DC) system. The 12-Volt □C-electrical system consists of engine driven alternators, batteries and equipment. The power supply happens from charger or alternator via diodes for batteries. Most equipment of the craft uses the 12 V system. 12V equipment is working only when a main switch and a switch in the Main switch panel is switched on. Damaged equipment must be maintained before taking back to use. The boat's wiring diagram is shown in Appendix 5. The main switch is I coated on the starboard side, behind the helm station. When the circuit...

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^ Batteries ^ Shore power charger* © Shore power main fuse and 2 x 230 V socket* Q Plug for shore power cable* © Main switch, 12 V socket and 230 V socket* 0 Driver’s console Do not leave the shore power cable hanging down in the wa ter. The cable may form an electric field in the water, am thus cause serious injury or death to any swimmers nearby ^Optional equipment

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6.4 ANCHORING, MOORING AND TOWING Always moor your boat carefully., even in sheltered places, because conditions can change rapidly. The mooring lines should be equipped with appropriate absorbers to dampen shocks. For the location of fastening points, see Figure 12. Do not use other boat components for fastening, towing or anchoring. Use sufficiently large fenders to protect the boat from chafing. The eye on the stem is only designed for docking on a slipway or for fastening the boat to a trailer. It is not to be subjected to lateral forces present when, for example, the boat is secured to a...

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Before lifting your XO boat onto the trailer, make sure that the trailer is suitable for your boat: that there are a sufficient number of supports to distribute the weight properly without excessive point loads, and the capacity and dimensions of the trailer are sufficient to carry the boat and its engine, equipment, battery, boating accessories and fuel on board. Carefully familiarize yourself with the national road traffic regulations on towing a trailer and associated license requirements. Also check that the towing capacity of your vehicle is sufficient for the intended combination. Before...

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The fuel tank can be reached through a hatch under the salon door. The fuel system of the engine is equipped with fuel taps. Always make sure that the taps are open when using the engine. Filling fittings for fuel are located in the front corners of the rear deck. When fuelling the boat check the level of the fuel from the fuel indicator, so that the fuel wouldn’t spill. Always check after fuelling whether any fuel has poured into the bilge. Ventilation hose Filling hose Engine inlet hose o o Heater inlet hose Engine return hose Fuel tank sensor The defroster prevents the windscreen from frost...

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The boat is made walk-through. The bow hatch can be opened with the following instructions: 1. Open the doorknobs (C) of the windscreen and push the top of the door outward. 2. Pull the metal slip (arrow A) from the rear edge of the hatch, 3. Grab the handle and lift the stairs to the upper position. Make sure that the fastening bolt of the stairs (arrow B) is locked into the right position. Now the hatch can be used for moving between the cabin and the forward deck. The hatch is closed in reverse order WARNING! The bow hatch must be closed while driving, because an open hatch may detach from...

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7.10 ANCHOR WINCH The boat can be equipped with an aft anchor winch. The switch of the winch is located in the control panel. The power switch is an Aux switch in the main switch panel. The Service battery gives power to the anchor winch and the 200 Ah fuse is located right next to the winch. 7.11 HEATER A heater* maybeaddedtothe boat as a piece of optional equipment. Heater:    Webasto AT3900 Number of nozzles:    3 (next to the cabin doer, in the centre! panel and the front cabin) When using the anchor winch, always check that the winch is ready to be used and is allowed to move freely. Also...

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Optional equipment *Optional equipment

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There are several inlets through the beat that include taps for opening and closing the inlets. It is recommended to keep these closed if the boat is out of use for a long time, and to open them again when the boat isusedagain. The taps of thed raining systems in the aft and fore decks must be open when the boat is in the water. It’s recommended to keep the windows, doors, deck hatches and vents shut while driving. However, on occasion and depending on the weather they can be kept open. In stormy weather, always keep deck hatches, storage ream doors and openings closed to minimize the risk of...

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