Axopar revealed its largest design to date, the Axopar 45 XC Cross Cabin. the company claims it's one of the most economical 45-footers on the market. It was revealed in Mallorca, Spain, in April with three other new models, the Axopar 25 Cross Top, Brabus Shadow 300 and Brabus Shadow Deep Blue 900.
Powered by triple Mercury V8 300 Verado outboards, the Axopar 45 can cruise economically at speeds between 19 and 35 knots and at WOT reportedly nears 50 knots.
Standard features on the Axopar 45 XC Cross Cabin include gullwing doors that create a larger space with the outdoors and an adjustable wet bar and table in the cabin. She also features dual electric sliding canvas roofs and double sliding doors. Midship balconies can be dropped down to ease getting on or off the boat and to create more onboard space.
The forward cabin includes a queen-size bed that converts to a sofa with stowage and a head. An optional aft cabin features a panoramic window and an optional wardrobe or second toilet is also available, as is a gyro stabilizer and numerous other features.
In addition to the Cross Cabin model, the Axopar 45 will be available in four additional versions: the Spyder, T-Top, Sun-Top and Cross Top.
LOA (excl. engines): 45’ 7”
Draft (excl. engines): 2’ 10”
Beam: 13’ 6”
Weight (incl. engines): 15,433 lbs.
Power: (3) 300-hp Mercury Verado outboards