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The XSMG range of XSR Interceptors has unique DNA resulting in technical excellence from bow to stern. Designed by a team of skilled engineers, through collaboration with multiple world leading marine design agencies, the XSR Interceptor is a covert, very high-speed craft.
The XSR 48 is manufactured in Lymington based XSMG Marine. It was launched by Prince Michael of Kent, and has been satisfying the need for speed of prominent people since its inception. To gain perspective, bursting up to 85 knots on the open water is similar to revving a luxury rental car up to 100 miles an hour on the open road.
http://www.xsmgworld.com/defence/index.htmlTHE WORLD’S MOST ADVANCED PERFORMANCE INTERCEPTOR, PURSUIT AND PATROL VESSELThe XSR Interceptor is the world’s mos...
The Buzzi designed XSMG XSR48 high performance powerboat is powered by twin FPT 570HP marine diesels on ZF Trimax Surface Drives; combined with a race-inspired carbon-kevlar hull she generates WOW factor performance and handling with speeds in excess of 70 mph.
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The XSMG XSR48 high performance powerboat is powered by twin FPT 570HP marine diesels on ZF Trimax Surface Drives; combined with a race-inspired carbon-kevlar hull she generates WOW factor performance and handling with speeds in excess of 70 mph. Commissioned in 2018, this XSR 48 has a no compromise build specification featuring a bold Candy …
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The XSR 48 is a powerboat designed by companies XSMG Marine and Green Marine. The XSR 48 is built at the Berthon Shipyard in Lymington. The XSR 48 was announced in 2006, and was featured on Top Gear in a race between hosts Richard Hammond and James May, with May operating the XSR 48 from Portofino to Saint-Tropez.
It was an experimental weapon under advanced stages of development at that time. The name Kriss comes from a Southeast Asian dagger with a flame-shaped blade. The second generation prototype of the Vector, called the K10, was announced at 2011 SHOT Show. It is a slightly more compact version of the Vector that is based on the same Super V system.