September 8, 2011

Project: XL Marine 51 HT

After launching the first XL Marine 51 in 2008, and following it with four more builds as at 2011, this Italian builder presents the project for an HT for hard top version.  This new XL Marine 51 HT offers more easy all year usage of the 51 with the benefit of a hard top version complimenting the very open features.  The XL Marine 51 as all the models of the central Italian builder presents a very traditional line with flash fore peak deck and traditional rounded windshield being its distinct characteristics.  All XL Marine also offer a very semi custom approach with the 51 offering a minimum of three different lower deck plans which can suit various owners tastes from a two cabins plus crew, to a three room interior for guests.  Standard power is twin MAN 800hp engines which give a top speed of 37 knots.

5 comments:

  1. What an amazing design..!!This awesome yacht is built with latest technology and has great speed. We can call it super speed yacht.Thanks for sharing...

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  2. An interesting discussion is worth comment. I think that you should write more on this topic,
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  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nm8Y8d3SmDI&feature=plcp
    this is the xlmarine 51 ht video! finally became true! if you need details contact the project manager on info@intersurvey.org

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  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nm8Y8d3SmDI&feature=plcp

    this is the xlmarine 51s ht video! finally became true! if you need details contact the project manager on info@intersurvey.org

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  5. Very nice Antonio. I am a big fan of these kind of boats a lot; XL Marine, Itama, Magnum, Unica, Tornado etc etc. I am also surprised to see that the 51 HT with surface drives seems to ride neater then the one with shafts. Did you change something in hull or is it the exactly the same as the shaft version?
    Now lets hope to see the new 45 and hopefully one of the bigger 58, and 65 models. Good luck!

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