Friday 2nd July 2021
It has been a super month for delivering, and handing over new X-Yachts for us in the UK… What a treat for us to have handed over 4 new X-Yachts in June:
- X40 – “CHIRP CHIRP II” which was collected from the yard in Denmark in gorgeous sunny conditions. Her aim was fast comfortable cruising for two, between the UK and Finland, and that looks to be exactly how she has come out! Owner’s comment: ‘She is great, we had a good first sail, boy she knows how to get speed. She has a lovely feel really looking forward to eating up miles next week, we are smiling a lot’
- X43 – “ONYX II” which was specified with dark grey hull, flexiteek on deck, carbon mast and boom – and with the option of longer distance racing in the future, lithium ion batteries were also specified. The owners commented that their First night on board was A1.
- X46 – “DASH” which also has the impressive dark grey topsides, flexiteek option on deck and gorgeous Nordic Oak interior. She will be kept in Hamble, and used for family cruising and occasional racing. The owners are looking forward to taking her around the RTIR this weekend, who have commissioned our very own Stuart as crew.
- Xc 50 – “PELAGOS” is specified for true blue water cruising, with twin forestays for ease of use in all conditions, and air-conditioning and water-maker systems installed for comfortable life aboard. She will winter in Hamble, and then sail to Caribbean and then eventually her home on the east coast of the US.
All of these yachts are now being enjoyed by their owners, clocking up many sea miles that they have been dreaming about over the last year during their build… Please do reach out to us if you would like to learn more about our X-Yachts, and possibly view our latest new X’s!! Click the “contact” button on the right.
Many more to come in the second half of the year…
Debbie has been with X-Yachts since 2004. She links in with all of our customers on support and financial matters. Debbie is positioned at the centre of the business, bringing all the strands together.