Xp 33

Yacht Summary

  • Manufacturer: X-Yachts
  • Model: Xp 33
  • Build Year: 2017
  • Lying: Mystic, CT, United States
  • Status: Sale Pending
  • Price: $198,000 USD (excluding EU VAT)
  • Dealer: X-Yachts USA
  • Contact: Robert Rodgers
  • Phone: 860-625 3898
  • Email:
Xp 33

Sale Pending

The Xp-33 is the optimal racer / cruiser.  Maintained to the highest standards with a first rate inventory, she is the ideal choice for sailors that want to race competitively one weekend, day-sail easily on weekday afternoons, then go on an extended cruise.

She is extremely well taken care of, clean with plenty of upgrades.

Standard Specification

DesignerX-Yachts Design Team
Hull Length9.99 m32'9"
Waterline Length8.79 m28'10"
Beam (max)3.21 m10'6"
Ballast - Std1,700 kg3,748 lbs
Displacement - Light4,300 kg9,480 lbs
Engine Power15 kW20 hp
Fuel Tank - Std50 ltr13 gal (US)
Water Tank - Std110 ltr29 gal (US)

Standard Xp 33 brochure


Exterior Details


  • Pettit Black Widow race bottom Fin bulb keel, 6′ 3″ draft (fin in cast iron, bulb in lead for lowest possible CG)
  • Hull epoxy infused and post cured in oven in female moulds for optimum consolidation and high quality surface finish
  • Hull liner in bi-directional and unidirectional E-Glass and locally reinforced with unidirectional carbon fibre
  • Solid laminate in high stress areas in way of keel top, sail drive and rudder
  • Outer surface of hull in white gel coat and the waterlines and sheer stripe in dark blue
  • Structural bulkheads in marine plywood varying in thickness from 16 to 9 mm bonded to hull
  • Single point hoist for easy and safe lifting and launching of the yacht


  • Polyester deck with structural foam core
  • Retractable bowsprit
  • E-glass with bi-directional and uni-directional cloth strategically positioned for strength
  • Outer surface of deck in white sprayed gel coat
  • Deck and locker lids molded in female molds for highest quality surface finish
  • Safety toerail incorporated in deck design forward, tapers down aft for comfortable hiking
  • Anchor locker – drained compartment with space for optional anchor & anchor warp/chain
  • Gas locker compartment for propane tank, drains overboard
  • Life rafts can be stored at the aft end of the cockpit sole
  • Two cockpit locker lids next to the tiller
  • custom cockpit cover, extends from coachroof to stern


  • 2018 North 3Di main
  • 2021 North 3Di raw #1 jib (furling)
  • 2019 North 3Di heavy jib (furling)
  • 2018 North light/med jib
  • 2019 North Code Zero with furler
  • 2018 North A 1.5 spinnaker
  • 2019 North A3 spinnaker

Mast & Rigging

  • Mast and Rigging:
  • Upgraded 2022 Pauger carbon fiber mast and boom
  • Steaming light, Windex with light
  • Boom features with single line reefing and 8:1 internal boom outhaul, telescopic vang with 16:1 purchase
  • Retractable bow sprit with bobstay for Code Zero
  • Standing Rigging (new shrouds 2022)
  • Permanent backstay: Stripped Dynema with a block tuning system of 32:1 with cleat at transom
  • Shrouds in discontinued rod rigging with rod turn buckles, attached to hull chainplates
  • Running Rigging
  • Racing halyards led back to cockpit for easy handling:
  • Main halyard 10 mm
  • Genoa halyard 10 mm
  • Mainsheet with coarse and fine tune
  • Traveller on cockpit floor, adjustable from helm/trimmer position on rail
  • 2 x Genoa sheets: 10 mm
  • Control lines for main sheet and Genoa sheet traveller cars: 6 mm polyester
  • Cunningham: 6 mm polyester with a 4:1 purchase with cleat at mast
  • Reef 1 and 2: 10 mm polyester
  • Vang control: 6 mm polyester
  • Permanent backstay control line: 10 mm stripped Dynema and 8/6 mm stripped dyneema with 6 mm covered Dyneema pur


  • Private v-berth forward
  • Settee berths port/starboard in main cabin
  • Two aft twin berths port/starboard, with additional pipe berths above on each side
  • Head aft of Vee Berth area
  • Galley, aft to port
  • Nav desk opposite, to starboard
  • Xp 33 standard interior with 2 x 2 berths in aft cabins and sofas in main cabin
  • The interior will consist of a combination of composite and wooden units.
  • Utilizing first class craftsmanship and lamination techniques
  • Pre-selected, top grade veneer, hand polished and varnished to satin finish
  • Veneered bulkheads
  • White surfaced bulkheads used inside head, on aft bulkhead and center bulkhead in aft cabins
  • GRP hull liner including floor in head
  • Floorboards, 16 mm marine plywood with plastic surface, top surface imitating teak with holy stripes and inspection hatch to access bilge
  • Companionway with steps of unvarnished teak
  • Fore peak cabin
  • 2 lockers in head compartment, one for hangers, one with shelves
  • Optional forepeak double berth, foam mattress and marine plywood support with ventilation holes
  • Main cabin
  • Two sofas each with comfortable double density cushions, removable backrest cushions and arm rest cushions, all secured with Velcro pads
  • Removable table mounted on stainless steel bar
  • Fwd facing navagation station, below is a locker with 3 shelves
  • Electrical switch board located above chart table on upper shelf
  • Freeboard lined with vinyl covered panels
  • Head Compartment
  • Bulkheads white surfaced
  • Tabletop and sink in a white composite molding
  • Mixer tap, single lever for sink
  • Towel hooks and toilet roll holder
  • Mirror above sink
  • Galley:
  • Galley, high gloss white composite molding with stainless steel sink and single lever mixer tap
  • Integrated space/shelves for crockery/pot/pan in the front of the galley
  • Top cupboard outboard with smoke colored, sliding Plexi doors
  • Gimballed gas cooker – 2 Jet
  • Aft Cabins
  • Each having a double berth with mattresses, each resting on marine plywood bases with ventilation holes
  • additional pipe berths above, port/starboard
  • Freeboards lined with white vinyl



  • Electrical:
  • 12V DC system throughout yacht
  • X-Yachts main switch board with automatic fuses and 2 analogue meters for fuel level and battery voltage level
  • 12V DC system for main engine installation
  • AGM battery 1 x 93 Ah securely mounted in saloon SB forward – OPTIONAL 1 additional service (total 186 Ah@12V)
  • AGM engine battery (70 Ah, 12V) mounted near main engine for starting of engine.
  • Engine battery is charged by the engine
  • 5 reading lights fitted on bulkheads throughout the boat
  • 1 chart table light on a flexible arm by the nav station
  • Batteries new in 2021


  • B & G Zeus3 Chartplotter MFD
  • B & G Triton2 instrument pack
  • B & G three 20/20 HV displays at mast
  • B & G autopilot with NAC-2 core
  • B & G V50 VHF with AIS and DSC
  • Batteries new in 2021