Xp 38

Yacht Summary

  • Manufacturer: X-Yachts
  • Model: Xp 38
  • Build Number: 48
  • Build Year: 2014
  • Lying: Guernsey , United Kingdom
  • Price: £215,000 (excluding EU VAT)
  • Dealer: X-Yachts Great Britain
  • Contact: Stuart Abernethy
  • Phone: +44 (0) 23 8045 3377
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Xp 38

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Xp 38, build number #48, commissioned 2014. White hull with dark blue hull stripes and 2.45m T-shaped keel. Standard aluminium mast and furling jib. Teak in cockpit, coachroof and side decks. Below decks she has three cabins, with one heads, classic layout with U-shaped galley and owner's v-berth forward. Highly specified for performance cruise or race.

Standard Specification

DesignerX-Yachts Design Team
Hull Length11.58 m38'0"
Waterline Length10.36 m34'0"
Beam (max)3.70 m12'2"
Draft2.40 m7'10"
Ballast - Std2,760 kg6,085 lbs
Displacement - Light6,775 kg14,936 lbs
Engine Power22 kW29 hp
Fuel Tank - Std150 ltr40 gal (US)
Water Tank - Std260 ltr69 gal (US)


Exterior Details


  • Built in sandwich construction with structural foam core
  • Bi-directional and uni directional E-glass strategically positioned for strength and weight optimisation
  • Solid laminate in high stress areas in way of keel top, sail drive and rudder tube.
  • Outer surface of hull in white sprayed Gel coat (RAL 9010 white) with 3 waterlines in dark blue Gel coat (RAL 5011 dark blue)
  • Hull epoxy infused in female moulds for optimum consolidation and high quality surface finish
  • Structural bulkheads in marine plywood varying in thickness from 16-20 mm bonded to hull
  • Hull has had factory applied epoxy barrier and anti fouling from new, required for hull warranty.


  • Built in sandwich construction with structural foam
  • E-glass with bi and uni-directional cloth strategically positioned for strength
  • Outer surface of deck in white sprayed Gel coat (RAL 9010 white)
  • Deck and locker lids moulded in female moulds for highest quality surface finish
  • Teak, vacuum applied, 9 mm nominal thickness on cockpit sole and seats
  • Teak, vacuum applied, 9 mm nominal thickness on coachroof top
  • Teak, vacuum applied, 9 mm nominal thickness on side decks
  • Variable height bulwark incorporated in deck/hull design providing safe toe rail forward and comfortable hiking aft
  • Anchor locker - drained area with space for anchor & chain.
  • Gas locker compartment, for 2 x 3 kg gas bottle, drained to the sea
  • Gas springs fitted to forward and aft cockpit lockers (4 pcs )
  • Halyard locker recessed into cockpit
  • Cockpit floor locker, hinged lid, for optional cockpit table

Sail Handling

  • Genoa winches, self-tailing, Harken Performa 50.2 STP (2 pcs)
  • Mainsheet winches, self-tailing, Harken Performa 46.2 STP (2 pcs)
  • Halyard winches, self-tailing, Harken Performa 46.2 STP - port one electrically operated.
  • Mainsail track on cockpit floor forward of the helm position.
  • Furling forestay drum below deck. Furling line led back to cockpit for easy handling - Profurl
  • Genoa tracks mounted on deck with adjustable Genoa cars and control lines (6 mm) fitted.
  • Mast collar in stainless steel including tie rods.
  • Sail handling pack for asymmetrical & symmetrical spinnakers, including carbon spinnaker pole
  • Spinnaker barberhauler package.
  • Double ended control lines on coach roof top for Vang/Cunningham/pole down haul/out haul
  • Carbon fibre bowsprit, finished in white to match hull colour.
  • Additional masthead spinnaker halyard (two in total)
  • External mast track for mainsail.


  • All by North Sails
  • Mainsail 3DL with 3 reefs. 2014. Condition - very good.
  • Jib 3DL, furling. 2014 Conditon - very good.
  • Mainsail cover in dark blue.

Mast & Rigging

  • Fractional double spreader keel stepped mast, tapered silver anodized aluminium, specially designed for Xp 38
  • Steaming light, Windex with light, tube for additional electrical equipment
  • Silver anodized boom with single line reefing and internal boom outhaul, telescopic vang and outer purchase block system
  • Central backstay fitted with upgraded Holmatro electo-hydraulic operation from mainsheet position
  • Chain plates in stainless steel
  • Discontinuous rod rigging with rod turnbuckles
  • Rod forestay with Profurl furling drum under deck
  • Additional race forestay with tuff luff.


  • Deep 'T' keel 2.45m draft, faired to original templates for optimum foil shape.
  • Keel consists of antimony hardened lead bulb bolted and glued to cast iron fin for high strength, low centre of gravity and comfortable sailing performance. Keel securely bolted to carbon reinforced keel structure.

Hatches / Portlights / Ventilation / Sprayhood

  • Sprayhood in staninless steel frame, folding into custom recess.

Guard rail / Anchor / Stainless Steel Fittings

  • Lifelines with stainless steel stanchions mounted on the bulwark
  • Lower height of lower guardrail, for optimum hiking of crew.
  • Stainless steel protection for shear line, mounted full length of hull port and starboard sides.
  • 2 x Aft push pits in stainless steel with integrated LED stern light
  • Central aft push pit with integrated swim ladder
  • Bow pulpits in stainless steel with integrated LED navigation lights
  • Anchor electrical winch with 13 kg Bruce type (galvanised steel) with 50m of chain
  • Folding mooring cleats (Nomen) mounted fore, mid and aft including stainless steel protection rails (6 pcs)
  • Pad eyes for safety harnesses mounted in cockpit (4 pcs)



  • Xp 38 - Three cabin layout with sliding nav station
  • The interior will consist a combination of composite and wooden units. Utilising First class craftsmanship and lamination techniques.
  • Pre-selected, top grade T-teak veneer, hand polished and varnished to satin finish
  • T-teak veneered main bulkheads
  • White laminate bulkheads used inside bathrooms, on aft bulkhead and centre bulkhead in aft cabins
  • GRP deck head liner with integrated light fittings. Pleated blinds hidden behind soft panelling on coach roof side
  • Freeboard mounted pipe cot in aft cabin.
  • Alsace blue upholstry throughout



  • Main engine 29 HP water cooled diesel engine with S-Drive
  • Special engine compartment with sound insulation ensures low noise level in yacht
  • Engine easily accessible for service at the forward end, through companionway steps; and from the aft end via removable GRP boxes.
  • Folding propeller, 2-bladed bronze for S-drive
  • 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
  • Fuel tank in aluminium for fuel below sofa in saloon. Analogue level gauge, filter with water separator and shut-off valve and deck fill (175 litre)
  • Engine Hours - TBC February 2017


  • Seacocks and through hull fittings are made of marine environment resistent material and flush mounted
  • Fresh water in plastic (260 litre) below saloon sofa. Analogue tank level gauge, inspection hatch and deck fill
  • Hot water tank (15 ltr) Isotherm. Tank can be heated either by main engine or immersion heater connected to shore power
  • Holding tank, 60 l, with tank level watch with self-draining outlet and deck outlet (1 pcs)
  • Pressurized freshwater system for hot and cold water throughout yacht
  • Central bilge incorporated in keel structure
  • Electrical bilge pump with sensor and manual ON/OFF or automatic switch at Nav station
  • Manual bilge pump mounted in cockpit
  • Additional Manual builge pump mounted internally for emergency use.
  • Deck shower fitted at bathing platform with hot/cold freshwater
  • Eberspacher hot air heater, with outlets throughout.


  • 12 V DC system throughout yacht
  • X-Yachts main switch board with 27 automatic fuses and 3 analogue meters for fuel, water and battery voltage.
  • 12 V DC system for main engine installation
  • All cabling terminates in “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added safety
  • AGM batteries (total 220 Ah@12 V) securely mounted in forward cabin (2 pcs x 110Ah)
  • Separate engine spiral-cell battery (55 Ah, 12 V) mounted near main engine for starting of engine. Engine battery is charged by the engine.
  • Shore power installation with shore power inlet mounted in cockpit protected by 10A main fuse. 230V AC distribution box located in aft cabin with integrated ground fault circuit breaker/10A fuse, 230 V AC socket and switches for hot water immersion heater and battery charger.
  • Charger 12V/35A, mounted


  • B&G H5000 system, to include wind/speed/depth/compass/GPS/autopilot/upgraded main processor to Hercules.
  • 3 x B&G 20/20's mounted on mast with aluminium bracket.
  • 2 x B&G GFD displays mounted TBC?
  • 1 x B&G Zeus plotter mounted on starboard pedestal
  • 1 x B&G pilot mounted on port pedestal
  • 1 x B&G AIS transmit/receive.
  • 1 x B&G Broadband radar mounted on mast
  • 1 x B&G Gofree modul for connection to iPad.
  • 1 x Simrad RS82 VHF system, with second handset
  • Multimedia music system with speakers in saloon and in cockpit