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18
Jun

2016

A notable moment of two sister yachts berthed side by side, both easy to recognise as a Storm by their visible styling cues. Nonetheless, these yachts differ in more than just the colour of their hull. Their natural sailing habitats are quite different too: The Chocolate-Brown coloured Storm X-53 F is custom-built to pass under all the bridges of the small and shallow French rivers and waters, or sail downstream on the German Rhine in comfort without a Rhine Patent.

The Pearl-White coloured Storm X-65 can head for many towns and ports in Europe. At the same time, all the major rivers and most lakes in Europe are also accessible.

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