Pool or tender launch? X-Treme 105 has a modular stern and infinite space
We went on board the X-Treme 105, the new flagship for X-Treme Yachts, which stands out for its ample space on board and the stern that can turn into a pool or a garage
X-Treme 105 is the new flagship for the Dutch shipyard, X-Treme Yachts. It is nearly 33 metres long, and we visited it while we were at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2022.
The elegant steel hull and aluminium superstructure give the exterior a fresh yet robust and powerful look. The exterior of the main deck has an uninterrupted connection to the spacious hall, where there is also a well equipped galley.
On the same level is the owner’s cabin with private bathroom. The four double rooms, each with its own private toilet, are on the lower deck. On the same deck is the crew area with two double cabins and a cabin with bunk bed. The wheelhouse, in the main hall, is also repeated on the flybridge.
A robust exterior design and elegant interiors create an exclusive cruising experience, but the real strong point of the X-Treme 105 megayacht, whose first model goes by the name of “Lady Fleur”, is the multifunctional stern. The X-Treme 105 is, among other things, equipped with a towage and launch system for a dinghy up to 10m. The ship also has an integrated 5 metre pool, with adjustable bottom, in addition to the Jacuzzi on the flybridge. At midship there is a special area with a turn and tilt door on each side.
The garage has enough space for a dinghy or jet ski. For optimal reliability all essential technical systems have been built with a reserve system, like forward propellers, aft propulsion, stabilisers and desalinators.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – X-TREME 105 M/Y LADY FLEUR
Length: 32.65 m
Beam: 7.84 m
Draught: 1.85 m
Gross Tonnage: 198.5 tonnes
Build Under: REG LYC Part A
Engines: Volvo D16MH – 2x 551/750 Kw/ hp
Stabilisers: 4x CMC Marine 4 fin
Cruising Speed: 10 kn
Maximum speed: 15 kn
Autonomy at 10 knots: 2400 nm
Crew: 4 in 2 cabins
Diesel tanks: 19,430 l
Water tank capacity: 2,100 l
Sewage tanks: 2,000 l
Design: Bernd Weel Design
Naval Architecture: Diana Yacht Design