The X6⁵ steps into the future of modern performance cruising. Designed for the discerning sailor who dreams of luxury blue water and coastal cruising without compromise. Utilising advanced, proven technology and build techniques and incorporating well proven technology, the X6⁵ will enable her owners and crew to enjoy the exploration of new uncharted horizons.
The design of the X6⁵, from its sleek flush foredeck to streamlined, sweeping coachroof, is both clean and considered. Every detail has been afforded the utmost attention, creating a truly modern design that is as practical as it is stylish.
Pure Enjoyment The X4⁶ is a versatile fast family cruiser that helps you to make the most out of every moment. Advanced hull construction, a powerful sail plan and a well proportioned cockpit put you at the centre of an engaging sailing experience. We call this "Superior Sailing Pleasure".
Down below, Scandinavian style and craftsmanship create a place where you will always enjoy spending time. The X4⁶ exhibits quality and attention to detail, both inside and out, helping to realise its purpose as an excellent sailing yacht. This is Pure X.
The X4³ is the second model in a new range, aimed at the discerning sailor and his crew. It utilises advanced, proven technology and build techniques which only incorporate first class components, enabling the exploration of new uncharted horizons in comfort.
Designed to complement both the existing two ranges, Xperformance (Xp) and Xcruising (Xc), X models offer both excellent sailing capabilites and a modern spacious interior. The new 'X' models will include innovative design features above and below deck, the latest build technologies and the use of exceptionally high quality materials. By introducing this range, X-Yachts continues sharing the passion for 'Superior Sailing Pleasure'.
The Xp 55 is the flagship model in the Xp range, and raises the bar for performance sailing yachts. This model offers an unbeatable sailing experience combined with luxurious levels of comfort.
Since its launch in 2013 it has impressed reviewers and sailors alike, with test reports praising the boat for its dinghy-like feel, fast pace, and the ability to sail the boat rapidly and easily double-handed.
The smallest member of the award-winning Xc family, the Xc 35 is a compact cruiser with a big heart. Launched last year, the model has already picked up the award for 'Boat of the Year 2015' in the '31ft - 40ft Category' in Sail Magazine's annual awards. The Xc 35 shares the same DNA heritage as her bigger Xcruising sisters, offering a perfect compromise between cruising comfort and sailing performance.
She is a compact but surprisingly well equipped bluewater cruising yacht with smooth hull line, a stylish yet practical cockpit and uncluttered but functional deck layout. Easily sailed short-handed, she can also accommodate guests with a two double cabin layout, spacious saloon and ample storage.
The Xp 44 combines impressive performance with simplicity of handling, appealing to all the family. This model was the first of the Xperformance line to be launched, and was named Sailing Worlds Yacht of the Year in 2014.
A highly optimised hull shape offers exemplary performance in a range of wind conditions, on all angles of sail, under both ORC and IRC handicap systems. Key elements of the hull design include reduced upright beam and wetted surface area, while the transom shape ensures that as windspeed builds and the boat powers up, the overall waterline length increases for additional speed.
The Xc 45 was the first model in the Xcruising range to be launched, and was named European Yacht of the Year, praised for her combination of cruising comfort, performance under sail and responsive handling. As with all the Xc models which followed, the Xc 45 incorporates the X-Yachts steel hull/keel girder for strength and resistance to grounding, with deck and sail layouts designed for ease of handling when sailing two-up.
The Xp 38 delivers an unrivalled sailing experience in a dual-purpose cruiser-racer. This model after launching, quickly developed into a global fleet, with boats sold from Japan to Hungary, Switzerland to Australia. It was nominated for Sailing World Boat of the Year 2013.
This enjoyment comes from the Xp 38s high level of responsiveness, thanks to high ballast ratio, light and stiff epoxy infusion construction and carbon keel structure, and controllable sail plan. High stability and ease of handling makes the Xp 38 a rapid and comfortable yacht to cruise with excellent sea-keeping in all conditions, as well as a high performance racing design for both inshore and offshore. It has scored a host of race victories under both IRC and ORC.