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X-Yachts’ latest video tour goes ‘behind the scenes’ of the award-winning X4³ — looking below cushions, inside lockers and at systems and storage, for a greater understanding of what makes an X-Yacht an X-Yacht.
The vessel in question, toured with kind permission from the owner, is from 2018 and has been used for both family sailing and racing — and indeed was a class winner in Cowes Week — yet even after two years of regular use retains its fresh-from-the-factory appeal.
If this tour inspires you to begin your own X-Yacht journey, contact X-Yachts Ireland to arrange a viewing.
X-Yachts GB & Ireland’s original plan to travel to Denmark at the end of March for the handover of a brand new X4³ was not to be — but the business adapted to the change for its latest happy customers.
Despite the yacht being full rigged and ready to go, it quickly became apparent that collecting it from Denmark was not going to be as logistically easy as in 2019.
Instead, the X4³ was de-rigged, loaded to road transport, and brought back to Hamble for local commissioning.
During the period of lock-down, the vessel was slowly commissioned, and prepared until such times it could be launched and rigged.
After a day of systems handover, and test sailing, the X4³’s proud new owners Richard and Anne were delighted to be day sailing from Hamble, and getting to know their new yacht XETA in these perfect sailing conditions.
“We are so pleased to be out sailing at the end of May,” they said. “When lockdown started, we thought it would take months. Big thanks to the team at X-Yachts for getting the boat from Denmark, commissioning her, and ready for the first day lockdown was eased, and we can go sailing.”
All new build 2020 X-Yachts remain on time from the factory, as production in Denmark was not stopped, therefore the next British and Irish owners have the chance follow this delivery procedure and get sailing as soon as possible in 2020.
As reported earlier, the Southampton International Boat Show opens today with key Irish marine firms in attendance over the next week and more.
Joining them will be X-Yachts GB & IRL, who have a significant presence as highlighted here last month.
The latest in the Pure X range, the all new X4⁰, is on display along with the UK premiere of the X4⁶ and the popular X4³.
Find X-Yachts at stand M452 during the Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow a Boat, which takes place at Mayflower Park from today, Friday 13 September, to Sunday 22 September.
Click HERE for details of how to how to reserve a personal tour of an X-Yacht during the show.
X-Yachts will have a significant presence at the upcoming Southampton International Boat Show, with two UK premieres from its Pure X range.
Leading the class is the all new X4⁰, the latest model in the Pure X range — blending quality, performance and styling with cruising capability — which was recently put through its paces in sea trials.
The two-cabin, one-heads option will be on display and available for test sailing after the show.
Another UK premiere (on display in its three-cabin, two-heads version) will be the X4⁶, a versatile, fast family cruiser with a powerful sail plan and well proportioned cockpit that puts you at the centre of the sailing experience.
Also on show (in its three-cabin, two-heads version) will be the X4³, the second model in the Pure X range, aimed at the discerning sailor and their crew.
Click HERE to reserve a personal tour of an X-Yacht during the Southampton International Boat Show, powered by Borrow a Boat, which takes place at Mayflower Park from Friday 13 September to Sunday 22 September.
The new South Coast Boat Show in Southampton from 17-19 May is just over a week away.
And X-Yachts will be among the exhibitors, displaying the ever-popular X43 in a high-spec true with three cabins and two heads.
While viewing of the X43 is strictly by appointment, visitors will also be able to register their interest in he new X40 cruising yacht announced in February.
For details on how to attend the show see SouthCoastBoatShow.com.