Well mainatined and in very good shape, many updates like instruments and lithium batteries for example.
Loa: 13,50. Lwl: 11,20. Beam: 4,15. Depth : 2,0. Weight 9,7 ton keel : 4,3 ton
Main: 47,2. Genoa 1: 73,2. Spinnaker: 163,6
4-cabin version with 10 berths, longitudinal galley and 2 heads, one with holding tank.
Masthead rig with 3 slightly backswept spreaders, Rod rigging, jumpers and inner forestay for rough sailing.
Engine: Yanmar 55 hp, Saildrive. 3-blade folding propeller 2015
One owner since 2000.
The boat has been well maintained and is in very good shape, many updates like instruments, lithium batteries etc.
Main Hamel sails 2011, G 1: Hamel 2009, G 3 since new very little used, spinnaker Hamel 2010
Spinnakerequipment, pool in carbon 2017.
6 Harken winches, primary winches H 56.2 st electric. Main H 48 st , halyard H 46 st
Teakdeck, teak in cockpit and at swimplatform
Liferaft Plastimo in cradle on coach roof 8 person. Services 2015.
Bowthruster fixed version, 2016
Lithium batterie bank with charger, batterymonitor and survaysystem 2017.
Raymarine instruments: Log, echosounder, wind data, GPS, AIS, autopilot with remote control, chartplotter, 2 instruments at helm and 4 at companion way,all from 2016/17. VHF.
JVC radio with CD, speakers in saloon and cockpit, TV / DVD
Net 1 internet with wifi
Solar panel 50 W at coach roof2016
Anchor windlass in bow Lewmar with remote control
Anchor windlass in stern Engbo
Wallas diesel heater waterborne with fan in each cabin. 2012, new piping 2019
Gas cooker with owen 2018, all piping new 2018
Toilets new 2013
Deckfluch pump with hose.
Anchor warps and fenders.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Niels Jeppesen
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 13.50 m
Beam: 4.14 m
LWL: 11.18 m
Minimum Draft: 2.0 m
Maximum Draft: 2.29 m
Displacement: 9700 kgs
Ballast: 4300 kgs
Headroom: 1.98 m
Dry Weight: 9700 kgs
Total Power: 38.03 KW
Engine Brand: Yanmar 4JH 2CE
Engine Model: Yanmar 4JH 2CE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 38 KW
Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (299 Litres)
Fuel Tanks: Stainless steel (181 Litres)
Holding Tanks: 1 Stainless steel
Number of single berths: 4
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 2
Wind speed and direction
Fully battened mainsail
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Total Liferaft Capacity: 8
Manufacturer Provided Description
The X-442 is a modern, even futuristic design that is at the same time eminently practical. X-Yachts have incorporated the best in terms of design, production techniques, and equipment to ensure long-lasting comfort and performance. On deck, operation of the X-442 is simple and efficient. Easy access to the water from the bathing platform, beautifully laid teak decks, anchor equipment, sturdy genoa cars which are adjustable under load, and X-Yachts' own chainplate fittings equipped with SL turnbuckles are just a few of the details. X-Yacht's design team has attached great importance to producing a beautiful, timeless, and functional interior design. The headliner is intricately molded in white GRP and incorporates halogen lighting throughout. Curved timber moldings, carefully selected teak veneer, and top quality joinery work all typify the interior of the X-442. In the galley, all drawers run on ball bearing tracks, and equipment such as the stainless steel three-burner gas oven, tap fittings, door catches and pressure pumps are all of high quality. The owner's stateroom is equipped with two armchairs, vanity table and plenty of hanging locker space, as well as storage below the large double berth. All scantlings - from the laminate schedule of the hull and decks, to the dimensions and choice of materials for the rudder stock, keel bolts, and chainplates - are controlled and approved by the American Bureau of Shipping. The rudder stock is directly laminated to the rudder blade to produce an immensely strong structure. The whole rudder blade assembly is then supported by low friction roller bearings at both hull and deck for optimal feel and control. Keel, rig, and hull loads are translated directly to a massive 500-kilogram galvanized floor frame.
X-442 MK II Specifications - Standard Equipment Construction - CE-Certification - The X-442 MK II has been built in accordance with the European CE -Certification and meets the requirements of the CE directive 94-25-CE for recreational crafts - These rules require a certain minimum standard of hull and deck strength, structural bulkheads and stringer, keel and rudder and their attachment to the hull, safety and stability, engine installation, gas installation, seacocks, manuals and documentation of all major installations - The X-442 has been built in accordance with ABS Hull Certification Inspection by ABS surveyor on request Hull - Deck - Isophthalic polyester sandwich construction with biaxial E-glass fabric and reinforced triaxial E-glass fabric at high-stress areas - Core material is 20-25 mm Divinycell with different densities - Solid laminate around keel, rudder, and through-hull fittings Structural Bulkheads - Marine plywood, varying in thickness from 16-24 mm securely bonded to both hull and deck Steel Floor Girder - Made of hot galvanized TPS steel sections - The frame takes up the loads from keel, mast, and rig - Central lifting hoist attachment Keel - Antimony hardened lead keel with cast iron top flange Rudder - Bearings - Rudder blade hand-laminated triaxial E-glass - 97 mm Solid tapered aluminum rudder stock with 3 sets of welded wings - Lower rudder bearing - rows of needle bearings - Upper rudder bearing - single row of needles Spare Emergency Tiller - Alloy - ready to fit the top of the rudder stock Deck Equipment - Wheel steering, s-s 165 cm diameter double spoke w- brown leather - Rack and pinion system transmission with very direct "feel" - Suunto 165 mm compass on top of the pedestal - Spare tiller - Side chainplates connected to bottom frame - Forestay chainplate and bow fitting with bow roller and loop for headsails - Backstay chainplate - Padeyes for runners, spinnaker blocks and pole downhaul block - Anodized aluminum toe rail, 3 fairleads in each side - 10 s-s stanchions with bases - Bow pulpit with red - green nav light - 2 Pushpits, flagpole holder, stern nav light - Double s-s lifelines - S-S bathing ladder - Teak in cockpit, at cockpit seats, cockpit floor, aft seats and at bathing platform - 4 S-S mooring cleats - Two 20 m x 16 mm mooring warps - 1000 W Lofrans - Cayman electrical anchor winch with remote control unit - 3-8" Kedge line, 30 m - 15 kg Bruce kedge anchor placed in self-raining locker in foredeck - Mast - deck collar with padeyes for deck block - Drained anchor box forward with s-s hinges and lock - 4 Cockpit lockers with s-s hinges and locks - 2 Teak handrails at cabintop - Space in cockpit for panel for autopilot protected by Plexiglas - 1 Mainsheet track 30 mm x 1850 mm - 2 Genoa sheet tracks 30 mm x 4300 mm - 1 Babystay track 30 mm x 1100 mm - 1 Double Toulon ball bearing car for mainsheet with triple block system for traveler adjustment - 2 Genoa car fairleads with stop buttons - 2 Genoa car fairleads with double Toulon ball bearings - adjustable underload - 1 Double Toulon ball bearing car with triple block system for cockpit operation of babystay tension - 2 Blocks - stoppers for genoa car adjustment under load - 12 Easy Matic Grand Prix stoppers - Genoa sheet winches: 2 x Harken 56.2 STA - Spinnaker sheet winches: 2 x Harken 48.2 STA - Halyard winches: 2 x Harken 46.2 STA - 3 x 10" Double handles with lock or similar - 2 x 10" Single handles with lock - Main sheet 1 x 12 mm Spectra - Main sheet traveler 2 x 8 mm Poly - Genoa sheets 2 x 12 mm Spectra - Genoa car adjustment 2 x 10 mm Spectra - Babystay 1 x 10 mm Spectra - Cunningham line 1 x 10 mm Poly - Runners 2 x 10 mm Spectra - Fenders white 4 x 250 mm (air filled rubber) Sheet - Rope Pocket - 4 in. Woven plastic fabric in cockpit for halyards and control lines Ocean Hatches (Lewmar) - 2 size 60, 575 x 575 overall size - 2 size 20, 412 x 267 overall size - 1 special, 635 x 635 overall size w- lock Port Lights (Lewmar) Opening - 2 size 4, 197 x 710 (left & right) - 4 size 4, 193 x 649 - 4 size 1, 193 x 369 - 2 size 3, 193 x 451 Engine Installation - 51 hp, 4 cyl. diesel Yanmar 43H 2CE with S-Strut drive with folding propeller - 55 AH alternator - Diesel tank 180 liters s-s, baffles, deck fill, water separator and shutoff valve - Engine instrument panel integrated into the cockpit coaming and protected by Plexiglas - Single-lever control lowered into the coaming Mast & Rigging - Sparcraft Blue Label silver anodized 3-spreader tapered mast (masthead) - Windex with light, steaming light, and deck light - Silver anodized boom, tapered, outhaul and 2 reefs with stoppers - Navtec hydraulic pump on permanent backstay - Kicker telescopic type with block system - Aluminum silver anodized spinnaker pole - Track on forward face of mast for spinnaker pole car - Standing rigging: discontinued rod rig, rod forestay, rod permanent backstay, wire babystay - Wire runners - Running rigging: 1 spinnaker halyard, 2 genoa halyards, 1 main halyard - Halyards are all of Spectra and has all suitable shackles Fresh & Salt Water System - Cold pressure fresh water, s-s tank with capacity of 300 liter - The hot water system 20 liter s-s tank (80 EQ heated by shorepower 220V and engine cooling water) - Inlet through seacocks for galley, engine cooling and toilet flushing Electrical System - X-Yachts' main switchboard indication diodes, fuses, amp and volt meters, fuel - water tank indicators - 1 x 70 AH Engine start battery - 4 x 70 AH Service batteries - Engine based 60 amp - 12V alternator and a shorepowered battery charger 110V-12V - 25 amp - Shorepower socket located aft, circuit breakers (thermo and short circuit) on shorepower, switch board mounted breakers for hot water, accommodation power and battery charger - 110V Sockets in each cabin and in the galley - All lamps are low consumption halogen lamps - Flexible chart light at nav station - Deck flood light and compass light - Combined red - green navigation light, stern navigation light and steaming light Bilge & Bilge Pumps - One manual bilge pump in cockpit leading from keel sump - Automatic electrical bilge pump leading from the sump - 2 Separate electrical bilge pumps draining shower sumps Accommodation - Wooden interior is built of teak with hand-polished satin finish - All joinery is built in accordance with the best yacht practice, and the number of visible screws have been reduced to a minimum and carefully designed to show off the fine wooden interior - The inner lining has integrated dome halogen spot lights and blinds below the hatches - All windows and hatches are equipped with curtains - Handrails are fitted throughout - Sliding hatch entrance 15 mm Plexiglas, washboard 12 mm Plexiglas - Entrance with shaped non-skid teak steps Main Cabin - Portside: settees surrounding the oval table with bar - The table can be lowered and form a double berth (and additional cushion) in connection with the settees - The lockers behind the large sofa are prepared for bottles and glasses - Nav area - Starboard of the companionway is the navigator's area, lots of space for modern navigation and communication equipment and the yacht's switchboard - In the chart table ample space for charts and alongside a locker for navigation equipment - Drawers below the nav table Galley - The well-equipped galley has lots of working space - 150 Liters top-opened self-draining cooling box with 12V refrigeration - Gimbaled s-s gas oven with 2 jets - 2 Large, deep s-s sinks with mixer taps for fresh water - Pressurized sea water with tap - Plenty of space above and below tabletops for food and galley equipment - Beneath the settee, there is storage space Head - Shower - 2 Saltwater flushing toilets covered by GRP lids - S-S sinks with mixer taps-shower units - Upper shelves with hinged doors - Soap and paper holders - S-S cups with holders - Towel hooks - S-S handrails - Floor sumps drained by separate pumps - Mirrors at hinged cabinet doors and at bulkheads Aft Cabins - Two large cabins with double berth, wardrobe and locker with shelves and a large shelf outboard - Separated by a sound reducing sandwich bulkhead Forward Cabins Owner's version - One double berth, two comfortable easy seats, central night table, desk - computer table and bar - Plenty of wardrobes, lockers, shelves, and drawers - Sail - crew cabin in front of the sandwich bulkhead, with possibility for mounting of one extra berth - Entrance for the sail cabin through the deck mounted hatch Charter Version - Charter version has two cabins, wardrobes, lockers with shelves above - Sound reducing sandwich bulkheads in between - This version does not have a separate sail cabin Cushions - Cushions with upholstery are filled by 2 different density layers of cold foam Fire Extinguishers - 2 Dry powder fire extinguishers - each 2 kg - and 1 carbon dioxide fire extinguisher - 2 kg X-442 Optional Equipment - Bottom treatment: 3 coats epoxy and 2 coats antifouling white - Frederiksen ballslide system for main battens - Lazyjacks for mainsail, mounted - Spinnaker equipment with sheets, guys, sheet blocks, snatch blocks and snap shackles - Foldable mast step - Dodger on hoop in blue canvas with cover - Lifting strap with shackle for single point hoist - Shower mounted on swim platform (cold & hot water) - Solid teak on side decks - Solid teak on center of deckhouse - Cockpit table mounted on wheel pedestal, custom-made - Profurl R42 furling system - Harken unit 2.5 furling system - Webasto airtop 5000 watt heater with 4 outlets: aft cabins, main cabin and owners cabins - Special version of owner's cabin (big cabin without sail locker) - Holding tank with deck fitting, level monitor and overboard pump (forward head) - Holding tank with deck fitting, level monitor and overboard pump (aft head) - Electric macerator pump instead of handpump in heads - Hull in color other than white Instruments (all mounted) - Raytheon ST 60 knot meter - Raytheon ST 60 depth sounder - Raytheon ST 60 wind speed-direction - Raytheon 6000+ Autopilot with panel in cockpit - Raytheon GP 30 GPS navigator with one display at navigation station - Raytheon ST 60 multirepeater
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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