Xp 44

Yacht Summary

  • Manufacturer: X-Yachts
  • Model: Xp 44
  • Build Number: 41
  • Build Year: 2012
  • Lying: Haderslev, Denmark
  • Status: Sale Pending
  • Price: €420,000 (VAT Paid)
  • Dealer: X-Yachts Great Britain
  • Contact: Stuart Abernethy
  • Phone: +44 (0) 23 8045 3377
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Xp 44

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Xp 44, build number #41, commissioned 2012. White hull with 2.30m T-shaped keel. Upgraded carbon mast and boom, with upgraded carbon furling forestay, combined with North's very best 3DI sails.  Teak in cockpit, side decks and coachroof. Below decks she has three cabins, with two heads, classic layout with U-shaped galley and owner's berth forward. Extremely high specification with leather upholstery, diesel heating and all of the cruising comforts you would expect with such a yacht.  CRUISE AT PACE!!!

Owner's Comments

Before we bought the Xp 44 in 2012 we owned an X-40 which we were very pleased with, so it was with excitement that we sold and ordered a new boat.
When we specified the boat, it was important to make the boat easy to sail for my wife and I. Therefore, we ordered electric winches for main and jib as well as electro-hydraulic on the backstay for fingertips control when sailing.
I regularly race Melges, so it is important for me that the boat is a fun to ride. The boat is designed for sailing pleasure, so many hours at sea are exciting and a joy for the helmsman.
To maximise this, she is upgraded with carbon fibre mast and furling forestay, upgraded ropes without very low stretch, 3Di North Sails, and so on. The result is a boat perfect on the helm and with maximum performance.
The boat has been lightly used and primarily sailed by my wife and I. It is easy to handle in harbour manoeuvres with bow thruster and easily sailed by 2 people.
Since we bought the boat, it has been professionally maintained by X-Yachts in Denmark and stored indoors in the yard every winter - therefore the boat is in perfect condition. She has not sailed in regattas, but if the new owner wants to bring the boat to the racetrack, it is also fully equipped for this purpose.
The Xp 44 has been the perfect boat for us. You can sail by sails in very light air, where others have started the engine long before, very easy-to-use, safe and easy handling in all conditions with small crew. She also has a large open cockpit with room for socialising with family and friends.
We sell the boat after many years of summer vacation onboard. We will try another type of holiday for a period, but will probably be back in an X-Yachts later.
The boat is ready for you summer vacation!

Standard Specification

DesignerX-Yachts Design Team
Hull Length13.29 m43'7"
Waterline Length11.89 m39'0"
Beam (max)4.07 m13'4"
Draft2.30 m7'7"
Ballast - Std3,850 kg8,488 lbs
Displacement - Light8,650 kg19,070 lbs
Engine Power30 kW41 hp
Fuel Tank - Std200 ltr53 gal (US)
Water Tank - Std350 ltr92 gal (US)


Exterior Details


  • The Xp 44 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 uni-directional reinforcements strategically positioned for strength and weight optimisation. It is built according to ISO 12215 (European Standard).
  • Stainless steel continuous rail protection running along sheer line.
  • New antifouling spray applied spring 2017. (not re-launched)


  • Teak laid in cockpit, side decks and top of coachroof.
  • Teak cockpit table (removable).
  • Stainless steel handrails mounted on coachroof.
  • Cockpit cushions in black canvass.

Sail Handling

  • Genoa winches upgraded to 60.2 STEH - electrical
  • Mainsheet winches upgraded to 46.2 STEH - electrical
  • Port Halyard winch upgraded - electrical.
  • Asymmetrical & Symmetrical sail handling packs.
  • Barberhaulers for spinnaker sheets
  • Carbon fibre bowsprit, for asymmetric sails.
  • Jib in-hauler system.
  • Outboard sheeting padeyes for jib.
  • Upgraded halyards alround.
  • 2:1 code zero halyard.


  • North Sails -
  • Mainsail in 3DI - condition very good
  • Stack-pack in black canvass for mainsail.
  • Jib in 3DI - condition very good
  • Code 1 - condition very good, used 10 times maximum.
  • A2 with snuffer - condition very good

Mast & Rigging

  • Carbon fibre mast and boom by Southern Spars, in clear coat carbon.
  • Harken Y-track on mast for mainsail cars.
  • Reckmann carbon furling forestay system
  • Spinnaker pole in carbon with track on mast
  • Electro-hydraulic backstay, with control from mainsheet position.


  • The keel consists of antimony hardened lead T-bulb bolted and glued to cast iron for high strength, low centre of gravity and comfortable sailing performance.
  • The 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 carbon grid structure with stainless steel bolts and faired.

Hatches / Portlights / Ventilation / Sprayhood

  • Sprayhood on stainless steel frame, with white canvass. Recesses almost flush with black cover.
  • Cockpit tent extension for sprayhood, in white canvass.
  • Fwd cabin hatch with 180 degrees opening.

Guard rail / Anchor / Stainless Steel Fittings

  • 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
  • A 20 kg Bruce type anchor in stainless steel is stowed in the stem head fitting with 25 metres of 8 mm calibrated galvanised anchor chain
  • Outboard engine bracket on transom.
  • Midships boarding gates, for easy boarding.
  • Nomen folding mooring cleats, with additional fitted at midships for springs.



  • Upgraded spring mattress for owners cabin, with mattress topper.
  • Freeboard lockers in owners cabin to extend storage.
  • LED strip lights in saloon, hidden.
  • Additional veneers on sofa, and aft cabin bunk fronts.
  • Leather in saloon
  • Nantes ivory on all cabin berths.
  • Pipe cots for sailing in aft cabins



  • Upgraded Yanmar 54hp engine, with 302 engine hours showing (May 2017).
  • Three blade folding Gori propeller.


  • A pressurised hot and cold water quiet system (pump mounted on rubber shock absorbers) is used throughout the boat.
  • A 30 litre calorifier is situated in engine compartment. Water can be heated using the engine, or with the 240V immersion heater when connected to shore power.
  • Each toilet pumps into a local 55 litre polyethylene holding tank (2x), which can be emptied using deck suction, or emptied overboard.
  • Upgraded to electrical flush toilets - both.
  • All bilges, with the exception of the engine compartment bilge, are piped through limber holes to a central sump above the keel. The central sump is pumped out with a 39,5 litre/min automatic electric pump, Rule 800GPH R20. A 33 litre/min (@ 45 strokes/min) manual pump in the cockpit is also connected to this sump.
  • The standard galley GRP top opening 130 litre coolbox with 100 mm insulation, built in Isotherm SP accumulator plate cooled by water cooled Danfoss/Secop compressor fitted as standard.
  • Front opening Isotherm Cruise Classic 65 litre fridge
  • 3 burner, with oven and grill - Eno
  • Microwave
  • Electrical gas solenoid switch.
  • Gas detector system.
  • Eberspacher hot air heater system - D5


  • 12V DC system throughout the yacht.
  • 12V DC system for main engine installation.
  • 12V 110 Ah AGM/GEL batteries (x3)
  • 12V 70 Ah AGM battery (x1) for engine start is mounted in aft cabin.
  • 12V/125A alternator to charge engine battery when engine is running.
  • 12V / 50A battery charger
  • Combi 12V/2000W-100A (charger/inverter) installed, with 5 x 220 v outlets around yacht.
  • Galvanic isolator.
  • New X-Yachts main switch board with automatic (resettable) fuses. 3” touch panel with digital tank monitoring and battery usage.
  • All cabling terminates in a “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added safety.
  • 12V socket mounted by the navigation station.
  • 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 navigation station, one 230V AC in the cupboard at the galley for the optional Nespresso machine and one 230V AC socket by the galley


  • Raymarine system with ST70+ multi functional displays, SPX10 autopilot system, 2 x 9" plotters on deck, AIS transmit and receive, and VHF.
  • Upgraded stereo system with 2 saloon and 2 cockpit speakers.


  • Max Power bowthruster, retractable.

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.