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Xc 35

Yacht Summary

  • Manufacturer: X-Yachts
  • Model: Xc 35
  • Build Number: 7
  • Build Year: 2014
  • Lying: Hamble, United Kingdom
  • Status: Sale Pending
  • Price: £210,000 (VAT Paid)
  • Dealer: X-Yachts Great Britain
  • Contact: Stuart Abernethy
  • Phone: +44 (0) 23 8045 3377
  • Email: info@x-yachtsgb.com

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Xc 35

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Xc 35, build number #7, commissioned 2014. White hull with 1.90m L-shaped keel. Standard aluminium mast, mainsail and furling jib. Teak in cockpit, side decks and coachroof. Below decks she has two cabins, with one heads, classic layout with u-shaped galley and owner's V-berth forward.

Owner's Comments

"We have adored our Xc 35 she has everything a sailor would want both from a performance perspective as well as the “X- Yacht build quality and luxury". She has been a real gem. She has been professionally maintained and has all the extras . The coverage in Yachting Monthly was pretty much spot on - we too have found her a delight to sail and extremely comfortable . Whoever buys her will be getting a modern boat, lovingly used, and one that will be a real gem for many years to come."

Standard Specification

DesignerX-Yachts Design Team
Hull Length10.36 m34'0"
Waterline Length9.60 m31'6"
Beam (max)3.52 m11'7"
Draft1.90 m6'3"
Ballast - Std2,150 kg4,740 lbs
Displacement - Light6,450 kg14,220 lbs
Engine Power23 kW31 hp
Fuel Tank - Std165 ltr44 gal (US)
Water Tank - Std245 ltr65 gal (US)

Details

Exterior Details

Hull

  • The Xc 35 hull is a composite construction, moulded using 5-axis-milled female tooling. X-Yacht hulls are built using the latest construction technologies.
  • The hull is a full polyester resin/sandwich construction using vinylester resin system in outer skin layer, foam core with biaxial E-glass skins and local uni-directional reinforcements.
  • Solid, monolithic laminate is used in areas around the keel structure, rudder stock bearing, around each through hull fitting, and sail drive.
  • Original factory applied epoxy barrier, and anti fouling for hull warranty.

Deck

  • 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 uni-directional and carbon fibre reinforcements.
  • In load bearing areas, such as under deck fittings, either plywood or aluminium replaces the foam core.
  • Vacuum applied teak deck standard on cockpit sole, cockpit seats, cockpit coamings, bathing platform and on all side decks.
  • Fixed Cockpit table with storage and space for the 9" plotter.

Sail Handling

  • Asymmetric equipment pack including A-frame on bow.
  • Standard Harken winches upgraded to Andersen stainless steel.
  • Electrical halyard winch.
  • 2 x genoa tracks mounted on deck (port & starboard) with plunger stop genoa cars.
  • 2:1 ‘German’ mainsheet system, with main sheets led aft under deck to leave the side decks clean and uncluttered.
  • Foot blocks at mast base for halyards.
  • Deck organisers for halyards and control lines. Lines led back to halyard winches at companionway.
  • 8 x Spinlock XCS Clutches for sheets & halyards

Sails

  • North Sails Mainsail, with Ronstan cars in Sprectra SRP, with 2 reefs
  • North Sails Furling Jib 108%, in Sprectra SRP with 4 vertical battens
  • North Sails G2 Gennaker
  • Boom Cover in Navy Blue
  • Wheel and cockpit table covers in navy blue.

Mast & Rigging

  • Fractional double spreader, tapered silver anodized aluminium mast stepped on steel frame, designed and engineered for Xc 35. Mainsail luff groove. Sheaves for main and main boom lift, gennaker and extra gennaker halyard, genoa and spinnaker pole lift.
  • Engine steaming and deck flood light, Tricolour/anchor light and tube for additional electrical wiring.
  • Silver anodized aluminium boom with single line reefing (2 reefs) and internal boom outhaul, telescopic vang and outer purchase block system.
  • Headstay is furled using a Profurl R350Xc35 attached to the stemhead fitting. Furling line led back to cockpit for easy handling

Keel

  • The standard keel draft is a 1.90 m (light ship) cast iron fin and L-bulb, with low centre of gravity and comfortable sailing performance.
  • Each keel is encapsulated in layer of GRP and moulded in epoxy resin to designers keel section templates.
  • The keel is securely bolted to the structural steel keel frame with stainless steel bolts and faired with epoxy filler.

Hatches / Portlights / Ventilation / Sprayhood

  • Curved toughened glass spray screen, with navy blue sprayhood attached.
  • Cockpit cushions in navy blue canvass, mounted on tracks in cockpit.

Guard rail / Anchor / Stainless Steel Fittings

  • 1 x stainless steel bow pulpit with integrated LED navigation lights.
  • 2 x stainless steel stern pushpit with stowage for ready to launch MOB module and integrated LED stern navigation light.
  • 2 x stainless steel stanchion gates mounted approximately amidships, port & starboard
  • 600 mm stainless steel stanchions and bases with double stainless steel wire guardrails, mounted on bulwark.
  • 6 x mooring cleats.
  • Standard 10 kg bruce type galvanized anchor.
  • An 1000W 12V electric anchor windlass (two-way) including 25 m x 8 mm galvanised chain is installed on the deck operated by adjacent wired remote stored in anchor locker
  • Stainless steel stemhead fitting with single roller. Fitting has integrated headstay attachment and tack attachment point for asymmetric spinnaker.
  • Stainless steel mast collar.
  • 2 x stainless steel hand rails on top of coachroof
  • Twin push-pit seats.

Accommodation

General

  • Danish design and architecture is famous for its clean and timeless style. The Xc 35 interior is designed to work at open sea as well as moored.
  • The utmost care has been taken to design the interior of the Xc 35. From the basic layout, to the smallest details, everything has been carefully chosen to ensure that the Xc 35 is a perfect blue water cruising boat.
  • Upholstery - Saloon Alsace Ivory in saloon, and Nantes Ivory in cabins.
  • Spring mattress in owners cabin
  • Oceanair blinds on hatches.

Systems

Engine

  • Yanmar (3YM-30) 3 cylinder, indirect injection diesel engine. Maximum power output is 21,3 kW (29 hp) at 3200 rpm.
  • As standard, the engine is fitted with a 12V / 125A 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 hours 87 hrs correct September 2017
  • The Xc 35 is fitted with a Yanmar SD20 sail drive, with a gear ratio of 2.64:1.
  • A 2-blade Ø 17” folding propeller with sacrificial zinc anode is fitted as standard.
  • The engine room is situated between aft cabin and head. Excellent access is provided by removing side walls and companion way steps.
  • Fuel is stored in a custom-built seamless high grade linear polyethylene tank, located in starboard cockpit locker. The tank is fitted with an inspection hatch, baffles, deck filler, breather and gauge. Total fuel capacity is 165 litres.

Plumbing

  • Fresh water is stored in single custom-built plastic tank, located below the main cabin sofa. The tank is fitted with inspection hatch, baffles, deck filler, breather and gauge. Total water capacity is 245 litres.
  • A pressurised hot and cold water system is used throughout the boat incl. a hot & cold cockpit shower
  • A 24 litre calorifier is situated in the engine room. Water can be heated using the engine, or with the 230V immersion heater when connected to shore power.
  • The toilet pumps into a local 55 litre plastic holding tank, which can be emptied using deck suction, or seacock to be emptied overboard.
  • Gas bottle storage in port aft cockpit locker for 2 x 3 kg bottles. Optional electrical solenoid gas valve operated from the galley and a gas alarm can also be fitted
  • Electical gas solenoid switch mounted at galley
  • Gas detector
  • Cooker upgrade with grill.
  • Eberspacher D4 heather system

Electrical

  • 12V DC system for main engine installation.
  • 2 x 12V 130 Ah AGM battery is mounted under main cabin sofa.
  • 1 x battery watch is mounted – it protects the battery bank for deep discharge and will cut the power if the voltage falls below 11.2 V.
  • 1 x 12V 70 Ah/760 A CCA (Cold cranking amps) AGM battery for engine start is mounted in the engine room.
  • 12v / 125A alternator to charge battery bank when engine is running.
  • 12V/30A battery charger is fitted to charge the batteries
  • Inverter 12V/800W is installed under starboard sofa in the main cabin together with 3 x 230 v sockets (at galley, nav station and forward cabin).
  • Galvanic isolator installed
  • X-Yachts main switch board with automatic (resettable) fuses, 3 analogue VDO meters monitoring fresh water and fuel levels and a battery monitor.
  • All cabling terminates in “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added safety.
  • The shore power system consists of a 10A shore power inlet socket in the cockpit, 230V AC distribution box with ground fault circuit breaker and one 230V AC socket mounted.
  • A 230V distribution panel is located at the chart table and has built in RCD relay, voltmeter and AC circuit breakers for immersion heater and 230V socket.LED lighting fitted as standard, including spot lights, curtesy strip lighting below cabinets in galley, saloon and nav station. Red lighting over the nav station.
  • Red LED cabin floor light in main cabin
  • Low level courtesy lighting in the cockpit.

Electronics

  • B&G Triton 1 system installed - wind / speed / depth - with three displays in garage.
  • B&G Zeus 2 9" plotter in cockpit
  • B&G dual station VHF
  • Fusion Stereo with speakers in saloon and cockpit.

Additional Information

  • X-Yachts (GB) Ltd. 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 surveyor to investigate such details. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.