New Yachts

New Yachts from G-Force Yachts

Race Yachts is proud to work with one of the best performing IRC yacht builders in the world. Reichel-Pugh design, Dutch quality and high performance material technology make for fast, safe and trophy winning racing yachts. Race Yachts is the exclusive distributor for the UK and Ireland for the X-Treme series of racing yachts.

Contact: for more information and brochures on new X-Treme race yachts from G Force Yachts.

X-Treme 37 at Grenada, Caribbean (25)

X-Treme 37 – The all carbon yacht that is cleaning up the trophies.

Amongst the first production yachts of its kind, this extraordinary performer is built using
technology previously only used for one-off custom yachts. This ground breaking methodology results in a powerful, super-fast, one design race yacht, with uncompromising up and down wind capabilities. The yacht is designed for maximum thrills and excitement while remaining simple to sail, in both inshore and ocean racing events. With a carbon interior, carbon spars and without running backstays, the X-Treme 37 is at the cutting edge of performance racing!

X-Treme 25 at Antwerp race (19)

X-Treme 26 – This exciting one design is building a great following.

A new racer, a new approach to sailing! With a retractable keel and rudder this
26 foot racer is holding its own against the best. With a weight of just 890 kg this
sportsboat will be easy to transport and can be easily launched and rigged without
the use of a crane. In addition, the X-Treme 26 is designed with value for money in
mind! The new X-Treme 26 is the ideal combination between a flat out racer and a
fast and easy to sail daysailer.


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Race Yachts recommends that you use the YachtingLawyers Buying a Boat Guide as a useful starting point to guide you through the process of buying a new racing yacht.
New build – You may be buying a boat for private use or to operate it commercially. Whether you are buying direct from the boat builders / manufacturers or through a yacht broker / agent or perhaps ordering the construction of a new yacht or stock boat we would always recommend consulting YachtingLawyers in advance of agreeing the sale. There are often complex legal requirements and contractual law issues surrounding the sale and taking advice before you commit yourself will help to ensure your investment is protected.
5 things to be aware of when buying a new boat:

1. Ensure vessel is built and equipped to Boat Safety Scheme standards
2. Ensure a valid certificate of compliance from the appropriate navigation authority is obtained
3. If buying through an agent make sure an indemnity is given by the boat builder is respect of the condition of boat
4. If operating commercially ensure the MCA Codes of Practice are adhered to
5. If buying abroad be aware of Recreational Craft Directive and ensure the vessel is CE marked to certify compliance.

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