Fabulous, modern, can't say enough on this go fast racer cruiser from X-Yachts.
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Overview Fabulous racer cruiser from X Yachts.
Modern go-fast design elements and cruising comforts. Excellent condition throughout. Only one currently listed..
Now in FIJI Fresh bottom paint.
3 Stateroom, 2 head.
New in 2018
- Hydro generator Watt and sea 600
- Wind generator Air x Marine 400w
- Fractional asymetrical spi North sails
- canvas coevr Full Boat in sunbrella
- all new halyards SK78
- all new sheets
- new hull paint (trilux33) will be done at middle of April.
Specs and Description
LOA: 13.29 m / 44 ft
Beam: 4.07 m Maximum Draft: 2.30 m
Year : 03/2012
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta Year : 2012, 1000 hrs
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Gori 2 blade folding prop
Hull Shape: round hull
Deck Construction/Material: teak
Superstructure: polyester with teak
Keel Type: iron fin keel with a Torpedo
Rudder: balance rudder
Steering: 2x Jefa pedestal with 2x Carbon 5-spoke steering wheel
Windows: Flush Moonlight deck hatches (with Ocean Air rollo’s and mosquito screens) and portholes (with Sky shades)
Displacement: app. 8.650
Ballast: app. 3.850
Boatyard: X-Yachts Denmark
Designer: Niels Jeppesen
Other: White polyester (reinforced with epoxy) hull with blue X-Yachts striping. Teak on deck, coach roof, cockpit floor seats. Teak cockpit table with folding sides for 6 persons (can be stored in the cockpit floor). Stainless steel handrails on the coach roof. Bottom been treaded with 3 layers of epoxy plus antifouling
Clearance(m): app. 20,90 mi
Material And Colours: teak with white panels Cabins: for cabin, saloon and 2x aft cabin Headroom: app. 1.88 – 1.95 m
Toilet(s): 2x manual Jabsco toilet Shower(s): 2x bathroom with shower
Sound Systems and TV: Multimedia centre (CD/DVD/MP3/USB Stick) with JVC speakers in the saloon and Bose speakers in the cockpit
Cooking Devices: 3 burner stove with oven
Microwave Oven: stainless steel Panasonic microwave (230 V)
Fridge: app. 130 liter Isotherm fridge (100 mm isolation) with a seawater cooled Danfoss compressor
Desalination: Shenker 35Lt./H
Navigation and Electronics
Navigation Lights: 3 colour masthead-, anchor-, engine-, deck-, cockpit-, bow- and stern lights (all in LED) Compass: 1x compass on portside
Log Speed ;Depth: NEXUS
Wind: NEXUS Carbon
Autopilot: NEXUS dual pump hydraulic
Multidata: 2x NEXUS NXR Multi control + 3 NEXUS NX2 MULTI XL on Mast GPS Antenna: NEXUS
Chart Plotter: SEIWA
Satellite Phone/internet + access point : Inmarsat FB150
AIS active : XB-8000 Vesper Marine with GPS antenna & WIFI AP
Type: fractional rigged
Spars Stays: Carbon Southern Spar mast and boom, carbon boom vang, ROD Rigging, 2 pair of spreaders and an hydraulic Navtec backstay adjuster
Winches: Harken: 6x ST (1x electric – mainsail halyard)
Sails Maker: North Sails year 2012
– Gennaker A2 : Be1: Gennaker with snuffer
Sails Maker : Be1 new 2015 never used
Swimming Ladder: stainless steel
Sea Rails, Pushpit, Pullpit: stainless steel stantions, pushpit, pullpit and double wired stainless steel guarding rails, Shower (hot and cold) in the cockpit.
Dinghy Roll-up inflatable + Outboard engine HONDA 2.3 HP
VOLVO D2-55HP, 1000 hrs.
Hours; app. 600 Fuel: diesel
Fuel Tank: app. 200 liter
Cooling System: intercooling
Propulsion: sail drive with a 2 blade Gori
Cruising Speed( knots): app. 7,5 knots
Max Speed (knots): app. 8 knots
Fuel Consumption: app. 3.5 liter per hour
Voltage: 12 and 230 Volt (shore power)
Battery: 2x 130 Ah (service), 1x 55 Ah (engine)
Battery Charger: 50 A
Water Pressure System: electric water pressure system Warm Water: boiler (via engine and 230 Volt)
Water Tank: app. 400 liter
Other: 2 x 110-230 Volt socket
CE Certification: A-Ocean
Liferaft:,Transocean 6 Person ISO w grab bag
EPIRB Globalfix Pro Category I
Jackets Harnesses: Life-Sling
Bilge Pump: manual and electric bilge pump Fire Extinguisher: 3x fire-extinguisher
Gas Bottle Locker:
“Sailed beautifully, steered beautifully, everything was executed very, very well,” concluded Boat of the Year judge Mark Schrader afterward. The Xp 44 was the first boat we’d sailed after the show and it set the bar quite high for the remainder of the fleet throughout a week of sea trials.
X-Yachts builds 100 to 110 boats a year and its construction methods are top notch. The hull and deck of the 44 are epoxy-infused foam-and-glass sandwiches, reinforced with carbon fiber in high-load areas. A carbon-fiber keel grid is bonded to the hull, as are the hull liner and furniture for added stiffness. The 44 is the first X-Yacht to use the carbon keel grid, which replaces a galvanized steel ring found in other models. The change was made to add strength and reduce weight. Weight savings are also achieved by using foam-cored composites in fabricating some of the furniture. The result is a sailboat that is light, strong and easily driven, but capable of standing to its canvas when conditions kick up. The Xp 44 is a sailor’s boat and the interior reflects this; it’s elegant, but at the same time, simple and functional