Pre-owned

Xp 44

Yacht Summary

  • Manufacturer: X-Yachts
  • Model: Xp 44
  • Build Number: 104
  • Build Year: 2017
  • Lying: Harlingen, Netherlands
  • Price: €430,000 (VAT Paid)
  • Dealer: X-Yachts Holland
  • Contact: Nanno Schuttrups
  • Phone: +31 (0)36 536 9057
  • Email: info@x-yachts.nl
Xp 44

Wonderful Xp 44 now available

Contact X-Yachts Holland

To discuss your requirements call X-Yachts Holland on +31 (0)36 536 9057 or complete the form below.

Marvellous Xp 44 with extensive specification including carbon mast and North Sails 3Di wardrobe. The interior is fitted in a light oak wood instead of the standard composite mouldings, offering a different feel inside.

So the already impressive Xp 44 but sporting the combination of an excellently performing deck and rig package for sailing plus a comfortable interior, what's not to like!

Owner's Comments

After 4 great summers of sailing Hydra on the IJselmeer, Waddenzee, North Sea and Channel up and down the French and English coast we have decided to sell Hydra.

In those 4 years we were often sailing when others remained in port because of strong winds where we were confident of her stability and strength to sail on. Just as often we noticed other yachts using their engine while we were still sailing, matching our boatspeed to the (single digit) windspeed or reaching with our code 0 doing 7 knots at 6 knots of windspeed, a truly exhilarating experience.

We did 1 or 2 races a year but mostly cruised as a couple, passionately passing every other monohull with normal interior we ever encountered. The level of comfort and style with double showers and toilets and the light interior design surprised many guests.

We regret to sell Hydra because my wife suffers from reuma in her hands which makes sailing more and more painful for her. Hydra deserves passionate owners who continue to take care of her and will sail and enjoy her for many weeks and weekends every year.

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)

Standard Xp 44 brochure

Details

Exterior Details

Hull

  • Waterlines in light grey RAL 7035
  • Bottom treatment (3x epoxy / 2x antifouling)
  • Stainless steel chafing strip along length of hull
  • Carbonfiber bowsprit (in clear coat finish)
  • Custom solid bobstay for bowsprit, to be able to fly code 0 from the end of the bowsprit

Deck

  • Flexiteek on side decks and in cockpit (colour scrubbed with grey caulking)
  • Flush mounted stanchion bases
  • Cockpit table (foldable teak leaf on aluminium legs), can be stored below cockpit floor

Sail Handling

  • Electrical halyard winch (Harken Performa 46.2 STPEH)
  • 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 turning blocks at the level of the primary winches (to lead gennaker sheets to either primary of halyard winch)
  • - tackline with stopper in cockpit
  • - jib inhauler system with 10:1 purchase below deck
  • - additional pad-eyes on bulwark for outboard sheeting of jib

Sails

  • North Sails 3Di mainsail (full-batten, 2 reefs), including Ronstan ball bearing cars
  • North Sails 3Di 108% furling jib (with reefing strengthening and vertical battens), including UV-cover
  • North Sails A2 gennaker in Norlon 75 cloth with snuffer
  • North Sails Code 0 in Norlam Xi06 cloth, with anti-torsion stay and Profurl NEX5.0 furler
  • Mainsail cover
  • Cover for furling jib

Mast & Rigging

  • Southern Spars carbonfiber mast with 2 carbon spreaders and matching rod rigging, including Ronstan track on aft face of mast
  • Southern Spars carbonfiber boom with mainsheet led inside
  • Combined 3-colour/anchor light (LED)
  • Combined steaming/decklight (LED)
  • Mainsail halyard upgrade: 2:1 purchase with 10mm halyard in SK90 quality
  • Genoa halyard upgrade: 12mm halyard in SK90 quality
  • Code 0 halyard with internal lock system

Hatches / Portlights / Ventilation / Sprayhood

  • Sprayhood with stainless steel frame (in light grey)

Guard rail / Anchor / Stainless Steel Fittings

  • Electrical anchor winch
  • Delta anchor with 25m chain
  • Midships mooring cleats (Nomen foldable)
  • Stainless steel handholds mounted at each steering wheel pedestal, with magnetic compass

Accommodation

Interior

  • Interior is crafted in a light oak veneer
  • Eberspächer heating system with exits in all spaces

Main saloon

  • Lay-out with dedicated wooden aft-facing nav station
  • Custom made large armrest cushion at aft end of sofa resting against nav station
  • Fixed saloon table with integrated bottle storage
  • Wooden pouffe midships for additional seating and clever storage
  • Additional indirect LED lighting along freeboard cupboards

Galley

  • Upgrade to wooden galley with white corian counter top
  • Lower cabinet sections in galley also in wood veneer
  • Additional indirect LED lighting below galley
  • Seawater pump with tap at sink

Cabins

  • Bed in forward cabin has a removable extension on port side (custom made)
  • Additional shelves along the freeboard in the forward cabin
  • Hatch mounted in forward face 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

Heads

  • Larger sized toilet bowls, in both forward and aft heads
  • Teak floors in both forward and aft heads
  • Shower door in forward heads
  • Additional hand shower, in both forward and aft heads
  • Stainless steel hanger bar in aft toilet (removable) for hanging wet gear

Systems

Engine

  • Upgrade to 3-blade folding propellor

Electrical

  • Lithium battery package from SuperB
  • All cabling terminates in “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added safety, with tinned wiring used
  • Separate engine spiral-cell battery (55 Ah, 12V)
  • Shore power installation with shore power inlet mounted in cockpit protected by 10A main fuse
  • Mastervolt combined charger/inverter (12V/2000W/100A)
  • Galvanic isolator (to protect the boat from stray current originating from shore)
  • 230V AC distribution box located in starboard aft cabin with integrated ground fault circuit breaker/10A fuse, 230V
  • Additional 230V sockets (2x at galley, 2x at forward heads, 2x at nav station)
  • Mastervolt MICC battery monitor panel at nav station
  • 12V USB sockets in all 3 cabins and at nav station
  • Fusion black box radio with speakers in saloon
  • Bose speakers in cockpit
  • Router with WiFi antenna

Electronics

  • 2x Raymarine a75 iplotter in aft face of cockpit coaming
  • 1x Raymarine i70 instrument in cockpit on port side
  • 1x Raymarine p70 pilot display in cockpit on SB side
  • Raymarine autopilot:
  • - EV-400 pilot computer
  • - multi-axis electronic compass
  • - linear drive mounted directly onto rudder quadrant
  • Raymarine Ray260 VHF at nav station with extra speaker in cockpit
  • Raymarine AIS650 transceiver with AIS100 antenne-splitter
  • Raymarine Quantum radardome on bracket at first spreader
  • Sailmon 10" full-colour display in carbonfiber bracket mounted at mast
  • Sailmon E4 processor for improved instrument data from Raymarine network

Thrusters

  • Retractable bowthruster MaxPower

Additional Information

  • Yearly indoor winter storage
  • Yearly engine maintenance (without issues)
  • Sails dried and cleaned every winter, and to sailmaker for regular inspection
  • Small damages or failures have always been directly repaired
  • No collisions or major damages occurred
  • Sailmon display has been replaced in 2020 for the latest version
  • Mooring lines
  • Fenders with covers