X-Treme 25


The concept
A new racer - a new approach to sailing! With a retractable keel and rudder this 25 racer is holding its own against the best. With an estimated weight of just 850 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 25 is designed with value for money in mind! The new X-Treme 25 is the ideal combination between a flat-out racer and a fast and easy to sail daysailer.

The design
Designed by the renowned Lutra studio in close co-operation with G-Force Yachts, top performance and easy handling were the ultimate goal whilst creating this sportsboat. The boat can be easily trailed and launched and even short-crewed sailing is not a problem.
With a symmetrical spinnaker, 105% jib, a furling code 0 on a fixed bowsprit and spectacular specifications this boat is a high performance racer and at the same time an easy and fun daysailer.
With a weight of only 850 kg (excluding sails) this sportsboat is easy to handle and does not require a 4x4 vehicle for transportation.

The building process
Due to the state-of-the-art specifications only the finest, high-quality materials are used during the building process.
The X-Treme 25 is built entirely in a high quality vacuum bagged Epoxy-based sandwich construction.

The performance
The X-Treme 25 surfs at speeds over 20 knots. The light hull weight and the powerful sail plan makes this sportsboat extremely fast under all wind speeds and angles.
As part of the unique sail plan, the X-Treme 25 has a symmetrical spinnaker, a Code 0 on a fixed bowsprit and a 105% jib which will make easier and faster handling for optimal performance possible under all conditions.
Due to itís outstanding performances the X-Treme 25 is widely considered as the fasted sportsboat on the market.

The deck layout is designed in such a clever and simple way that it is an absolute pleasure to step aboard and cast off. The end-result is a very powerful, super-fast sportsboat which can perform equally in down- and upwind conditions - ideal for inshore, round buoy racing as well as day sailing.