Wherever a sailor looks around the X-302 MkII, ample space for the storage of personal gear and equipment can be found. There are deep shelves below the deck; hanging lockers in the aft cabin; a practical wet locker for oilskins in the head compartment; plenty of locker space in the roomy galley; good provision for installation of electronics at the chart table; and an enormous cockpit locker for the inflatable dinghy, fenders, mooring lines and more. The interior has been designed with the cruising family in mind. Top grade Khaya mahogany has been used in conjunction with laminated surrounds to produce a warm and homey feel below decks. The absence of sharp corners in the interior is not only pleasing to the eye but also adds greatly to the safety and comfort of the yacht when at sea. The key features helping to make the X-302 a truly outstanding 30-footer include sandwich hull and deck construction, a steel bottom frame for keel and rig loads, and a tapered rudder shaft matched to low-friction needle rudder bearings. There's a powerful engine with an S-drive installation, discontinuous rod rigging, an extra stiff mast section and an optional forestay furling drum installed below decks. Maximum sailing waterline length is combined with maximum stability provided by the composite lead and iron bulb keel and a very clean, undistorted hull form. An extremely comfortable, high volume interior is finished with a GRP headliner and top quality timber work throughout.
Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Quille: Quille à Bulbe
Forme de la coque: Monocoque