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The X4³ is the second model in a new range, aimed at the discerning sailor and his crew. It utilizes advanced, proven technology and build techniques which only incorporate first class components, enabling the exploration of new uncharted horizons in comfort.
Designed to complement both the existing two ranges, Xperformance (Xp) and Xcruising (Xc), X models offer both excellent sailing capabilites and a modern spacious interior. The new 'X' models will include innovative design features above and below deck, the latest build technologies and the use of exceptionally high quality materials. By introducing this range, X-Yachts continues sharing the passion for 'Superb Sailing Pleasure'.
The X43 hull is a composite construction, moulded in a 5-axis-milled female tooling. X-Yachts hulls are built using the latest construction technologies with a vacuum-infused, post-cured epoxy construction.
The hull is a full sandwich construction, using foam core, biaxial E-glass skins and local E-glass unidirectional reinforcements strategically positioned for strength and weight optimization.
All structural bulkheads are securely bonded to hull and deck. All bulkheads of marine plywood in thicknesses between 12 and 20 mm.
At the forward end of the boat watertight bulkheads separate the anchor compartment, sail locker and interior accommodation for safety and reassurance in the event of a collision.
The keel structure consists of a hot galvanised, high strength steel frame which forms an integral part of the hull structure. It is capable of absorbing loads from keel and mast as well as shock loads in the event of grounding. Integrated limber holes are positioned in order to allow water to run to the central keel bilge.
The keel structure also has an integrated single point centre hoist for easy and safe lifting and launching.
The keel consists of antimony hardened lead T-bulb bolted and glued to cast iron fin for high strength, low centre of gravity and comfortable sailing performance. The standard keel is 2.20 m.
Ballast weight with the standard keel is approximately 3,800 kg (8,380 lbs).
There are two optional keel drafts; shallow draft L-keel of 1.85 m and a deep draft T-bulb keel of 2.50 m is also available.
Each keel is encapsulated in three layers of CSM E-glass with epoxy matrix and faired to original keel section templates.
The keel is securely bolted to the structural steel keel frame with stainless steel bolts and faired.
The deck is a hand lay-up, full sandwich construction. The foam provides strength and insulation.
The deck uses a polyester resin system and the skins are mainly biaxial E-glass layers with local unidirectional reinforcements strategically positioned for strength. In load bearing areas, such as under deck fittings, either plywood or aluminium replaces the foam core.
Vacuum applied teak deck standard on cockpit seats and cockpit sole. Optional teak on bathing
platform, side decks and coach roof. Teak is nominally 9 mm thick and is laid using Sikaflex adhesive
(or similar) with no visible fixings. Black corking as standard.
2 x Harken Performa 46.2 STP two-speed self-tailing genoa winches, on coaming.
2 x Harken Performa 46.2 STP two-speed self-tailing mainsheet winches, on coaming.
2 x Harken Performa 40.2 STP two-speed self-tailing halyard winches, on coachroof.
Optional electrical winch upgrades available.
CUSTOM STAINLESS STEELWORK
2 x Stainless steel bow pulpit with integrated LED navigation lights.
2 x Stainless steel stern pushpit.
1 x Central aft pushpit with integrated LED stern light and three lifelines.
1 x Swim ladder.
1 x Flag holder to starboard.
8 x 600 mm stainless steel stanchions and bases with double stainless steel wire guardrails,
mounted on bulwark.
1 x Stainless steel stem head fitting with roller designed to stow a Delta anchor up to 20 kg.
1 x Stainless steel mast collar including tie rods.
2 x Stainless steel hand rails on top of coach roof.
1 x Stainless steel pad eye for code 0 at bow.
A 1000W 12V electric anchor windlass is installed in the sail locker. The windlass is two-way and operated by adjacent wired remote stored in anchor locker or an optional remote panel located at the helm.
A 16 kg delta anchor is stowed in the stem head fitting with 25 meters of 8 mm calibrated (50 m optional – see price list), galvanized anchor chain.
HATCHES, WINDOWS & PORTLIGHTS
1 x Anchor locker hatch.
1 x Sail locker hatch.
1 x 570x570 flush hatch, self-draining – on foredeck.
2 x 330x330 flush hatches, self-draining – on coach roof (fwd of the mast).
2 x 510x510 flush hatches, self-draining – on coach roof (aft of the mast).
Coach roof side windows. Long fixed section with one openable portlight each side.
1 x Companionway sliding hatch in 12 mm white Plexiglas, housed in a self-draining garage.
Wash board system in 12 mm smoked plexiglass, housed in a self-draining garage.
2 x 330x330 flush hatches, self-draining – either side of the companionway.
2 x Fixed plexiglass portlights either side of the companionway.
2 x Opening portlights in cockpit provide additional ventilation into the aft cabins.
2 x Cockpit seat locker hatches fitted with gas struts, with space for life raft max size:
720x450x260 mm. Larger life rafts can be stored in aft deck lazarettes
2 x Flush aft deck hatches provide access to the lazarette and fitted with gas strut.
1 x Gas locker hatch in the aft area of the cockpit.
6 x Hull portlights in laminated glass (recessed, grey tinted).
2 x Integrated teak foot chocks for helmsman position.
1 x Cockpit table (optional see price list).
A deck shower with hot and cold water is fitted as standard in the cockpit.
SPRAY HOOD / WINDSHIELD
Optional spray hood in swela ‘Light Grey’ (37362) canvas supported by a stainless steel framework (3
hinged frames).Whilst housed on the deck, the spray hood is covered by a canvas cover of same
Alternative canvas colour ‘Dark Blue’.
Optional windscreen is also available – curved hardened glass – see price list for details.
Fractional double spreader, tapered silver anodized aluminium mast stepped on steel frame, designed and engineered for the X43. Mainsail luff track and sheaves for main, topping lift, spinnaker, genoa and spinnaker pole lift.
Optional keel stepped, tapered carbon fibre mast, fractional 2-spreader black painted, or optionally white painted.
Steaming light, windex with light, tube for additional electrical wiring and 2 mast steps fitted.
Combined deck and steaming light optional.
Silver anodized aluminium boom with single line reefing (x2) and internal boom outhaul, telescopic vang and outer purchase block system.
The X43 is fitted with discontinuous rod rigging throughout with rod turnbuckles. Stainless steel chainplates for headstay, center backstay and shrouds.
List of sheets and halyards (spectra or polyester):
1 x Main Halyard
1 x Genoa Halyard
1 x Spinnaker Halyard
1 x Mainsheet
2 x Reef Lines
2 x Genoa Sheets
1 x Mainsail Outhaul
1 x Vang Control Line
1 x Furling Line
1 x Mainsheet Car Control Line
2 x Genoa cars Control Lines
Headstay is furled using an under deck drum. Furling line led back to cockpit for easy handling.
Selden’s integral hydraulic backstay adjuster with centre backstay fitted as standard.
Optional electric hydraulic back stay pump – see price list.
An optional carbon bowsprit can be fitted for asymmetric spinnaker handling.
Sails quoted on request.
The X43 is fitted with a Yanmar 4JH45 engine with a maximum power output of 33 kW (45 hp) at 3000 rpm. As standard, the engine is fitted with a 12V/120A alternator for charging the engine start and domestic batteries.
Engine control panel and throttle/gear lever placed in starboard cockpit coaming. Engine control panel incorporates rpm meter, hour counter, acoustic alarm for oil pressure and cooling water temperature.
Engine is mounted to the hull structure using vibration reducing shock mounts.
The X43 is fitted with a Yanmar SD60 sail drive. A 2-blade Ø 18” folding propeller with sacrificial zinc anode is fitted as standard.
The engine compartment is situated below the cockpit floor. Excellent access is provided by removing side walls and companion way steps.
The engine compartment is designed to offer superb accessibility to the majority of the systems on the boat. The engine, hot water tank, and many other systems are located within the engine compartment.
The engine compartment is lined with dense sound proof foam, to reduce noise and heat in the cabins. There is also forced ventilation to reduce temperature and radiant heat. A fire port is fitted between companionway steps.
The engine liner forms an enclosed engine compartment sump, which is separated from the rest of the boat, to make it easy to keep clean.
D.C. Electrical System
12V DC system throughout the yacht.
12V DC system for main engine installation.
12V 220 Ah AGM batteries (x2) are mounted under main cabin sofa.
12V 70 Ah AGM battery (x1) for engine start is mounted in aft cabin.
12V/120A alternator to charge battery bank when engine is running.
12V/30A battery charger is fitted to charge the batteries.
Optional Combi 12V/2000W-70A (charger/inverter) can be installed in the engine
compartment and charges the service battery bank from shore power.
X-Yachts main switch board with automatic (resettable) fuses. 3” touch panel with tank
monitoring and battery voltage. Optional battery capacity monitoring – see price list.
All cabling terminates in a “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added
12V socket mounted by the nav station.
A.C. Electrical System
The shore power system consists of a 10A shore power inlet socket in the cockpit, 230V AC distribution box with ground fault circuit breaker, one 230V AC socket mounted by the nav station, one 230V AC in the cupboard at the galley for the optional espresso machine and one 230V AC socket by the galley.
A 230V distribution panel is located in the port side aft cabin and has built in RCD relay and AC circuit breakers for immersion heater and 230V sockets.
An optional microwave oven (230V only) is installed in the galley. In order to use the microwave while sailing, the optional Combi 12V/2000/70A (charger/inverter) must be fitted.
INTERIOR STYLE & FINISH
Danish design and architecture is famous for its clean and timeless style. The X43 interior is designed to work at open sea as well as moored.
The utmost care has been taken to design the interior of the X43. From the basic layout, to the smallest details, everything has been carefully chosen to ensure that the X43 is a perfect blue water cruising boat.
As standard, interior surface finish is veneered with Nordic Oak.
Floorboards of 16 mm marine plywood with imitated teak laminate and inspection hatches to access bilge.
Alternative, optional interior surface finish is Burma Teak veneer combined with 16 mm floorboards in imitated Teak laminate.
Companionway with steps of curved unvarnished teak. Handrails by entrance and alongside coach roof portlights in main cabin in stainless steel.
Note: All dimensions are for indication only.
The X43 is available in four layout options. The standard layout offers three-cabin one
toilet/shower compartment with the alternative of a three-cabins two toilet/shower and two-cabin version with both one and two toilets/shower.
Owner’s cabin with large double centre berth (200 x 140 cm max width) with marine plywood support with ventilation holes for improved ventilation and comfort.
Settee and large double wardrobes (90 x 55 cm) to starboard and port with shelves and hangers.
Bookshelf on the forward bulkhead. Additional storage for bedding below the berth. Floorboards allow good access to speed and depth transducers.
The port side wardrobe can be replaced by an optional En-suite head, with a regular sized manually operated marine toilet, moulded sink with single lever luxury mixer tap, shower, cupboard and mirror.
The spacious saloon is flooded with light from coachroof portlights and deck hatches. The large dining table with integrated wine bottle compartment on port side can comfortably host 6 guests.
Seating consists of a spacious U-Sofa (220 cm x 100 cm).
A long sofa (190 cm x 60 cm) is located on the starboard side.
Shelves behind the seating and upper cabinets (bottom hinged doors) on either side of the saloon
provide storage for glasses, books etc.
Standard Aft Head
Washroom located to starboard with access to a shower compartment and to the aft cabin.
Moulded wash basin with single lever luxury mixer tap, upper cabinet, towel rail and mirror.
Dedicated shower/toilet compartment forward of the washroom with a regular size manually operated marine toilet and shower with automatic electric sump pump.
Aft Head - 2 Cabin layout
A large head with integrated shower is placed located to starboard with access to the large cockpit locker. Moulded wash basin with single lever luxury mixer tap, upper cabinet, towel rail and mirror.
Standard Aft Cabins
Two cabins are located aft, either side of the engine compartment, and both include double berths (198 cm x 145 cm) with under berth storage. Large lower shelves on freeboards above the berths in each cabin.
Direct access from the galley to the port cabin. Access to the starboard cabin through the washroom.
Both cabins have a double wardrobe (65 cm x 62 cm to port and 56 cm x 62 cm to starboard) with shelves and hanging space and a separate drawer.
Port Aft Cabin – 2 Cabin layout
The cabin is located to port of the engine compartment and has a large double berth (198 x 151 cm) with under berth storage. A large lower shelf on freeboard above the berth. A double wardrobe (65 x 62 cm) with shelves and hanging space and a separate drawer.
Spacious L-shaped galley (160 cm x 168 cm). Large worktop with fiddles made in Camoan white Corian, with two rectangular recessed stainless steel sinks with single lever luxury mixer tap, complete with 2 cutting boards made of nylon material.
An ENO 2 burner gimballed oven is fitted as standard.
Beside the oven, a GRP top opening 90 litre coolbox with 100 mm insulation, built in Isotherm SP accumulator plate cooled by water cooled Danfoss compressor. Isotherm SP can be upgraded to Isotherm Magnum refrigeration unit that can cool and freeze. (See price list for details)
Optional front opening Isotherm Cruise Classic 65 litre fridge can be mounted in the cupboard partly under the sink. (See price list for details)
Lockers with plexiglass sliding doors provide storage space for cutlery and food.
2 x Waste bins each 34 litres mounted on sliders under the double sink. Next to it is a large cupboard with a shelve for pots and pans storage.
Cupboard shelves and a sliding shelve to accommodate optional espresso coffee machine – see price list.
|Propeller Type||2 Blade|
|Length at Waterline||11.3m|
|Fresh Water Tank||340.69 l ()|
|Fuel Tank||200.63 l ()|