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Summer 2007

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H2X Yachts & Ship Fusion

In 2006 H2O Yachts and Ixyard merged and became H2X Yachts & Ships. The new brand name, in terms of design and construction, produces highly technological boats. One of the last models produced will be called Fusion and will stand to indicate a new custom made Ocean Racing Yacht series from 80' to 130' The 31 metre flagship is being built in an aluminium known as "Sealium®" which is an alloy that combines light weight to mechanical resistance and acoustic isolation. A "Cell-Wood" construction technique, invented by the yard, is being employed in the building of the yacht. This construction process optimizes costs as well as assembly and overall times. From a technical stand point this model foresees a retractable keel, double steering and carbon rigging as is customary to expect on competitive regatta yachts. The interior design allows for comfortable long cruises given the master cabin and en-suite bathroom for the owner at the bows, two double guest cabins with respective bathrooms, a galley, a saloon and at the stern, quarters for the crew with six berths.

For further information please contact: H2X Yachts & Ships, 46 Quai Francois Mitterand, 13600 La Ciotat, France; tel. + 33 (0)4 42981025; fax + 33 (0)4 42083920; web site; e-mail

L.O.A: 31.40 m
Length Waterline: 29.40 m
Beam: 6.98 m
Draught: 2.65/6.40 m
Displacement: 66,000 Kilos
Engines: 2x100 HP
Total Sail Area: 661 square metres
Construction material: aluminium alloy "Sealium®"