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X-Yachts’ New X4° Launches Ahead Of Sea Trials

30th June 2019
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The new X4° lowered into the water at the X-Yachts factory in Denmark The new X4° lowered into the water at the X-Yachts factory in Denmark Photo: X-Yachts

X-Yachts has announced that its brand new X4° cruising yacht has been launched in Denmark ahead of upcoming sea trials.

The performance cruiser was announced in February of this year as the latest addition to the successful Pure X range.

Blending quality, performance and styling with cruising capability, the X4° is the smallest model in the range but utilises the weight savings for increased stability, making for a more comfortable and relaxed experience.

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The X4° will now undergo sea trials at the factory in Haderslev before testing in mid-July with Graham Snook from Yachting Monthly magazine.

To register your interest in the new X4°, and for further information, get in touch with [email protected]

And if you want to configure your own X4°, explore the online X-Configurator.

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