The X4⁹ utilises vacuum infused epoxy lamination, giving the ability to save weight. This is paramount to increase the weight of the lead keel bulb, lowering the centre of gravity, assisting the hull to drive through the waves. This is key to delivering a stiff yacht without the keel draft being extreme, enabling the X4⁹ to moor in shallower waters.
The hull is available in a number of colourways and is oven baked, enabling the option of dark topsides without the risk of surface deformities.
The hull topsides include six large portlights, with a further 8 openable coachroof portlights on deck for optimum light and ventilation. In addition to this the forward face of coachroof is fitted with curved toughened glass, maximising interior light. All of these combined make below deck feel light, airy and spacious.
For when you are at anchor, there is a large electrical operated bathing transom door, which allows easy access to the water, and a dinghy garage for storing up to a 2.7 m inflatable.