Xp 44

Yacht Summary

  • Manufacturer: X-Yachts
  • Model: Xp 44
  • Build Number: 85
  • Build Year: 2015
  • Lying: Palma de Mallorca, Spain
  • Price: Sold
  • Contact: Nanno Schuttrups
Xp 44


One of the great Xp 44's boasting the more luxurious interior finish with wooden galley and fixed aft facing nav station.

Sailed since delivery in Mallorca and surroundings, enjoying professional maintenance by Greene Ocean Services for its full 6 years, without shotcuts or cost savings made.

Available for delivery in October, but ready to be viewed and admired upon request.

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


  • Waterlines in light grey RAL 7035
  • Bottom treatment (3x epoxy / 2x antifouling), colour grey


  • Teak on side decks and in cockpit
  • 2x stainless steel handhold at cabin entrance
  • Electrical halyard winch (Harken Performa 46.2 STPEH) with flush control buttons
  • Instrument consoles fitted at both steering wheels, including stainless steel handrails
  • Upgrade to larger sized mainsheet winches (Harken Performa 50.2 STP)
  • Upgrade on deck lay-out:
  • - 2 gennaker sheets with Wichard shackles
  • - 2 sheet blocks near the pushpits for gennaker sheets
  • - 2 guy sheets with Wichard shackles
  • - 2 aluminium bulls-eye fairleads for using guy sheets (from the spinnaker pole)
  • - tackline with clutch in cockpit
  • Sprayhood with stainless steel frame (in light grey), renewed 2021
  • Additional bimini-roof on sprayhood for larger part of cockpit untill the steering wheels
  • Carbonfiber bowsprit (clearcoat finish)
  • Upgrade to 50m anchor chain on electrical anchor winch
  • Custom bracket for outboard engine mounted in saillocker
  • Bose speakers in cockpit
  • Set of cockpit cushions
  • Teak cockpit table with aluminium legs, easily removable


  • North Sails mainsail (full-batten, 2 reefs) in Soft Norlam XW+
  • North Sails furling jib (108%, with UV-protection) in Soft Norlam XW+
  • North Sails A2 gennaker in Superkote, with snuffer
  • Code 0 in aramid laminate, on Karver KF-5 furler

Mast & Rigging

  • Harken SwitchTrack system on mast (including dedicated sliding cars)
  • Combined 3-colour/anchor light (LED)
  • Combined steaming/decklight (LED)
  • Spreader lights (LED)
  • Top gennaker halyard in Mafioli
  • Additional fractional gennaker halyard in Mafioli
  • Wifi antenna mounted in top of mast

Hatches / Portlights / Ventilation / Sprayhood

  • Cover for bowsprit
  • Covers for steering wheels
  • Mainsail cover
  • Cover for furling genoa
  • Covers for winches
  • Liferaft
  • Bosun's chair
  • 7x winch handle



  • Lay-out with dedicated aft-facing nav station
  • Large folding saloon table on central console with drawers
  • Upgrade to wooden galley with white corian counter top
  • Lower cabinet sections in galley also in wood veneer
  • Webasto 5kW heating system
  • Additional refrigerator 65l
  • Additional indirect LED lighting along freeboard cupboards and below galley
  • Upgrade to spring matrasses in forward cabin
  • Additional cabinet sections along the freeboard in the forward cabin
  • Drawer mounted below the bed in forward cabin for easy storage access
  • 2x sea berths mounted in aft cabins
  • LED reading lights in all cabins
  • Veneered wardrobe doors in owner's and aft cabins
  • White vinyl paneled bulkhead with wooden trim in owner;s cabin
  • 3x 12V ventilator (one in each cabin)
  • Larger sized toilet bowls, in both forward and aft heads
  • Teak floors in both forward and aft heads
  • Shower screen/door in forward heads
  • Additional hand shower, in both forward and aft heads
  • Fusion MS-BB300 radio with speakers in saloon and in cockpit



  • Upgrade to 54 hp Yanmar engine
  • 3-blade folding propellor (new 2019)
  • New starter battery (2021)


  • 12 V DC system throughout yacht
  • All cabling terminates in “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added safety
  • 5x gel batteries (each 85Ah) mounted below bed in forward cabin (renewed 2019)
  • Separate starter battery (renewed 2021)
  • Shore power installation with shore power inlet mounted in cockpit protected by 10A main fuse. 230V AC distribution box located in starboard aft cabin with integrated ground fault circuit breaker/10A fuse, 230V
  • Mastervolt combined charger/inverter Mass Combi 12/1600-60
  • Mastervolt MICC battery monitor
  • 12V LED lights fitted for general purpose below deck throughout cabins
  • Galvanic isolator (to protect the boat from stray current originating from shore)
  • Additional 230V sockets (3x cabin, 2x heads, 1x galley)
  • Additional 12V sockets (1x cockpit, 1x saillocker)


  • 3x Raymarine a75 touchscreen plotter/instrument (with Wifi) mounted in console over sliding hatch
  • Raymarine i70 graphic display in console at SB steering wheel
  • Raymarine eS95 plotter in console at port steering wheel (renewed 2020)
  • Raymarine autopilot:
  • - EV-400 pilot computer
  • - multi-axis electronic compass
  • - p70 control display in console at SB steering wheel
  • Raymarine Ray260 VHF at nav station with extra speaker in cockpit
  • Raymarine AIS650 transceiver with AIS100 antenne-splitter
  • Magnetic compass in console at SB steering wheel


  • Retractable bowthruster MaxPower

Additional Information

  • The Xp 44 was the first of the Xperformance line to be launched, and was named Sailing World's 'Yacht of the Year' in 2014. A highly optimised hull shape offers exemplary performance in a range of wind conditions, on all angles of sail. Key elements of the hull design include reduced upright beam and wetted surface area, while the transom shape ensures that as windspeed builds and the boat powers up, the overall waterline length increases for additional speed.
  • In addition to her hull shape, the introduction of epoxy build hulls and a carbonfiber keel girder frame means that more weight has been placed in the bulb, increasing the stability of this model.