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Get Up Close With the X-Yachts Range on a Private Boatyard Tour

16th January 2022
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at X-Yachts’ production facility in Haderslev, Denmark
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at X-Yachts’ production facility in Haderslev, Denmark Credit: X-Yachts

X-Yachts is offering a unique opportunity to get up close with its range of performance yachts — from the workshop to the showroom and beyond.

From Monday 28 February to Sunday 6 March, a select group of visitors to X-Yacht’s headquarters and boatyard in Haderslev, Denmark can immerse themselves abroad an X-Yacht of their choice — the X4⁰, X4⁶ & X4⁹ and 2022 edition X4³ — touching and feeling the details to understand what makes an X-Yacht an X-Yacht.

Get a glimpse behind the scenes, too, with a guided tour through X-Yacht’s production facility with various X-Yachts at different stages of completion including the X5⁶ & Xc 50.

Learn all about the construction process, and importantly why the company builds an X-Yacht the way they do.

Visitors can also relax in the dedicated “X-Lounge” area, with complimentary snacks and beverages throughout the day.

Haderslev yard staff put the finishing touches on an X-Yacht hull | Credit: X-YachtsHaderslev yard staff put the finishing touches on an X-Yacht hull | Credit: X-Yachts

The X-Yachts private tour package includes complimentary shuttle service from and to Billund Airport, an evening supper and one night’s accommodation for two in Haderslev.

Stuart Abernethy of X-Yachts GB & IRL will be in Haderslev to meet and greet you, and conduct your private tour of the X-Yachts facility. To book your our, contact Stuart at [email protected] or +44 7500 947 896.

Published in X-Yachts GB & IRL

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