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Morris Yachts unveils new X-Type line

 M29x

M29x

Luxury sailing yacht builder Morris Yachts said it is continuing to build on the success of its M-Series line of yachts by introducing a new product extension called the M-Series “X-Type.”

The X-Type packages from Morris will be available in three of its M-Series Yachts as the M29x, M36x and M42x.

The core focus of the X-Type program is to add a new level of enhanced sailing performance and driver feedback to the quality, craftsmanship and beauty already found in the rest of the M-Series line.

“Offering an X-Type package with enhanced performance and details is for Morris Yachts what the AMG is to Mercedes Benz or the S-Line is to Audi,” Morris CEO Doug Metchick said in a statement. “These boats are for the type of owner who appreciates having a little more under the hood, but also wants the uncompromising beauty, sophistication, quality and luxury one expects from owning a Morris.”

Morris will have an M29x as well as a special-edition 10th anniversary M36, M42, and a refit of a 1977 Airstream Argosy Trailer on display this week at the Newport International Boat Show.

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