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Xquisite Yachts set to debut 50-footer at Strictly Sail Miami

Xquisite Yachts will showcase its new X5 Sail at Strictly Sail Miami, part of the Miami International Boat Show.
The new X5 Sail is a luxury cruising catamaran from Xquisite Yachts.

The new X5 Sail is a luxury cruising catamaran from Xquisite Yachts.

Xquisite Yachts will showcase its new X5 Sail at Strictly Sail Miami, part of the Miami International Boat Show, which will take place Feb. 16-20 at Miamarina at Bayside.

The 50-foot luxury cruising catamaran is getting attention for its innovative design, as well as its overall performance.

“This yacht is built with luxury in mind in a boutique boatyard that still honors the tradition of master craftsmanship with fusion of modern CAD/CNC technologies and vacuum resin infusion,” the boatbuilder said. “The X5 Sail is probably the best equipped 50-foot catamaran on the market, with powerful twin 80-hp Yanmar engines, generator, air conditioning, water maker, ice maker, washing machine and digital switching as standard.”

“The number of cats at this year’s show is unbelievable,” Strictly Sail Miami show manager Kevin Murphy told Trade Only Today. “We couldn’t be more excited to feature brands like Xquisite, who are bringing their best-in-class cats to showcase to the world. Anyone into sailing is going to have a blast seeing these boats up close.”

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