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Reliant Yachts of Newport has three new 40-foot vessels under contract, the first of which will serve as a tender to a large new construction yacht.

The next build, the X40, “is a modern interpretation of the express yacht and reflects the owner’s desire for a sporty, contemporary design that will be at home on the Riviera,” said Jim Ewing, principal at Reliant Yachts.

The X40 will have carbon fiber composite construction, 40-knot-plus speeds, removable top, genset, air conditioning, joystick control, state-of-the-art electronics, leather seating, refrigerator/freezer, Seakeeper stabilizer, and a state-of-the-art entertainment system. It is slated for completion in early 2018, and will be delivered to Italy.

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