Exciting update—the Axopar 45 XC is set to make its US debut during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, following the first hull’s appearance at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The 45 range is the largest Axopar has built so far. What really sets this boat apart is its yacht-like qualities—it features the handling and indulgences you’d expect to find on a yacht without associated cost or level of maintenance. Thanks to its advanced infusion lamination method, the Axopar 45 is a lighter, fuel-efficient vessel, according to Nautical Ventures, the official Axopar dealer in the U.S. with locations in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Dania Beach and Palm Beach.





Above: The Axopar 45 XC's features are characteristic of a yacht. Image via Nautical Ventures.




Those looking to get an up close look at the great new boat debut from Axopar should plan on stopping by the Nautical Ventures Axopar Booth in the convention center during FLIBS 2022. There, hull number one of the 45 XC will be prominently on display. In fact, Informa, the organizer of FLIBS, is planning to feature the 45 quite heavily as a new debut and backdrop for press events. A temporary stage will be set up for the attending media to get up on and see and experience this hot new boat in person.





The Axopar 45 XC is powered by triple Mercury V8 300 Verado engines and features advanced technology like an Intelligent Steering Module and Simrad navigational touchscreen. Gullwing doors, dual electric sliding canvas roofs, and midship balconies maximize space for socialization. The unique walkaround center console pilthouse hybrid layout of this boat will allow for many customizations so boaters can choose an optimal layout for their lifestyle. There are five models in the range: the Axopar 45 XC Cross Cabin, Axopar 45 Cross Top, Axopar 45 Sun-Top, Axopar 45 T-Top, and the Axopar 45 Spyder.





The Axopar 45 XC features an Intelligent Steering Module and Simrad navigational touchscreen. Image via Nautical Ventures.




You can find the Axopar 45 XC for sale soon on boats.com.


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