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X-Yachts Announces ‘Roadmap’ for UK Events in 2021

27th March 2021
There will be a chance to experience the new X5⁶ in Hamble this July There will be a chance to experience the new X5⁶ in Hamble this July Credit: X-Yachts

X-Yachts has unveiled a busy calendar of in-person events in Southampton from spring to autumn of 2021, restrictions allowing.

The schedule kicks off with a chance to experience the X4⁹ at Hamble Point Marina from 9-11 April. Reservations for time aboard are limited; email Stuart Abernathy.

The X4⁹ will also be part of X-Yachts’ presence at the South Coast Boat Show at Ocean Village Marina from 7-9 May. While slots have already been booked out, prospective viewers can join the waiting list.

Later that month is the X-Yachts Solent Cup, which will also see a private X-Yachts owners event at the Royal Southern Yacht Club over the weekend of 28-30 May.

The next dates for your diary at 2-4 July, when X-Yachts hosts its Experience the X5⁶ premiere at Hamble Point Marina. This will be followed by an Experience the Brand event with various X-Yachts models on display from 6-8 August.

September brings the Ocean Village Boat Show and the premiere of the X-Power 33C at Ocean Village Marina from 10-19 September.

And there will be another chance to see the X-Power 33 in the Experience the Brand event at Hamble Point Marina from 8-9 October.

Full details will follow in advance of each event in the calendar. Admission to all is strictly by appointment only, to ensure a safe and relaxed customer experience.

Published in X-Yachts GB & IRL

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