2009 X-Yachts Xc 45

EUR  385,000
Cruising E-Med, Israel
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Price Reduced High Spec Xc 45

Año:
2009
Longitud:
14m
Tipo de motor/combustible:
Sencilla / diesel
Situado en:
Cruising E-Med, Israel
Material del casco:
Fibra de vidrio
YW#:
80212-2998705
Precio actual:
EUR  385,000 Impuestos no pagados 

Fastidiously maintained 2009 example of the ‘European Yacht of the Year’ winning X-Yachts XC-45. Boasting a huge spec of approx. Euro 200k in extras, she is perfect for both serious blue water sailing and effortless performance Med cruising.

FURTHER COMMENTS:

 

ORYA is a very high blue water spec X-Yachts XC-45 from 2009. Still in her original ownership and only lightly used with just 700hrs on her 75hp Volvo engine. Her spec highlights include:-

 

  • Standard 2.20m keel
  • 3-cabin, 2-heads classic layout in full teak with dedicated forward facing chart table and L-shaped galley
  • Teak side decks and coachroof
  • 4kw Generator
  • Upgraded battery banks
  • Air-conditioning with additional units
  • Retractable bowthruster
  • Electric primary winches, mainsheet winch and main halyard winch
  • Furling boom
  • North Sail package including genneker
  • Upgraded Raymarine instrument package including radar/chart plotter

 

Perfectly suited to effortless Med’ cruising or more serious blue water adventures, plus picking up some trophies around the cans, as her owner has already done, ORYA is one of the finest examples of this hugely popular Neil Jeppesen designed crusing yacht. The XC-45 was awarded European Yacht of the Year in 2009 and ORYA provides very real proof of this reasoning.

ORYA is also priced exclusive of EU VAT which offers maximum flexibility to buyers from outside or within the EU.

 

MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

 

One of the main differences between the Xperformance line and the new Xcruising line is the hull design. The Xc line, with its deeper hull sections, provides a greater interior volume for tanks, and other essential cruising equipment; a feature which also provides smoother sailing in all weathers.

 

The Xc 45 is designed and developed for long-distance cruising, incorporating the most significant X-Yachts qualities: powerful main engine in a well-insulated compartment, with a 3-bladed folding propeller; large fuel and fresh water tankage, all strategically located low and central in the yacht for optimum weight distribution; an immensely strong steel hull girder frame, taking the loads from the composite lead/cast iron keel as well as from the keel stepped mast.

 

The prominent feature of the deck is a clean, uncluttered layout with flush mounted, openable deck hatches and stainless steel dorades for optimum ventilation. The sail cabin on the foredeck accommodates space for the asymmetric spinnaker, fenders and the optional bow ladder, and provides good access to the anchor locker.

 

To access the swimming platform, the transom is hinged down into a horizontal position, whilst the aft deck is lowered to create a walkway. A combination of electronically operated actuators, struts and springs makes the transformation between closed and open cockpit an effortless task. Also integrated into the platform is a bathing ladder and a shower unit.

 

All sail handling is executed from the cockpit. Halyards, reefing and control lines are led to the winches on the coach roof; the mainsail sheet is led to dedicated winches at the helm. The main sail track has been moved out of the cockpit in front of the sprayhood, providing an uncluttered cockpit with free passage throughout.

 

The helmsman’s position provides an excellent view forward both during sailing and while manoeuvering in the harbour. The control instrument console ensures a good view of the navigation instruments and is also a secure handhold when moving around while sailing.

 

YACHTING PRESS REMARKS:

 

”If you thought this was just going to be another X-Yachts branded performance cruiser, think again.

This is an impressive, genuine long-distance passagemaker” ... “Seasoned sailors… looking to hang up their

racing boots and sail with wives and families, need look no further.”

Yachting World – UK

 

“Even though she is a true cruiser she can’t deny her roots. And exactly therefore the visual, attractive boat

has got its best scores from the jury as it is seldom you see the compromise between comfort, security and

performance succeed so well – and this already in the first attempt.”

Yacht – Germany

 

Niels Jeppesen hits the target again. Born from the X-Yachts, the market leader for performance cruisers, this

elegant and fast cruiser matches her goals. She is spacious on deck and inside and she offers ample storage space for your needs for long distance cruising maintaining the pleasure and the performance of a true sailing yacht.

Yacht & Sail- Italy

 

“She is timeless and attractive with her retro-stern, classical high coachroof and old good looking sheerline.

The aft cockpit solution and adequate hull beam have the advantage of creating fine interior volume plus a

roomy cockpit. Interior styling in teak is inspired by theX-55 and feels fresh and modern.”

Båtnytt – Sweden

 

CONSTRUCTION

 

RCD Status:

  • The XC 45 is built to comply with the requirements specified by the European Union’s Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) to meet Design Category A – ‘Ocean’. Hull construction standard according to ABS (American Bureau of Shipping)

 

Hull Construction:

  • Built in sandwich construction with vinylester and polyester resin and structural compressed foam
  • Bi-directional E-glass strategically positioned for strength and weight optimization
  • Solid laminate in high stress areas around keel, rudder and through hull fittings
  • Outer surface layer of hull in white sprayed NGA Gelcoat (RAL 9010 white) with 3 waterlines in NGA Gelcoat
  • Bottom treatment with 3 layers epoxy primer
  • Hull moulded in female moulds for highest quality surface finish
  • Structural bulkhead in marine plywood varying in thickness from 16-30 mm
  • Steel frame - hot-galvanized, high strength, laminated into hull to absorb all loads from keel, mast and rigging
  • Single point hoist for easy and safe lifting and launching of yacht
  • Continuous stainless steel rail protection mounted on sheerline
  • X-Yachts style hull recessed portlights (6 pcs)

 

Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Built in sandwich construction with vinylester and polyester resin and structural compressed foam
  • Bi-directional E-glass strategically positioned for strength and weight optimization
  • Outer surface layer of deck in white sprayed NGA Gelcoat (RAL 9010 white)
  • Deck and locker lids moulded in female moulds for highest quality surface finish
  • Teak, vaccum applied, 9 mm nominal thickness on side deck, coach roof, cockpit sole, seats and bathing platform
  • Bulwark with teak capping incorporated in deck/hull design

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • ORYA is fitted with the standard draft 2.20m keel.
  • 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 protected with epoxy and fibreglass
  • Rudderstock constructed of solid, high strength aluminium with welded wings for improved strength
  • Rudder blade of sandwich construction laminated with fibreglass and structural compressed foam

 

MACHINERY

 

Engine & gearbox:

  • Volvo Penta D2-75 75HP 4-cylinder diesel engine
  • Sail Drive gearbox
  • Freshwater engine cooling
  • Highly insulated machinery space to ensure low noise levels throughout the yacht
  • Engine is easily accessible for service from front through the companionway and from side through aft cabin
  • Engine control panel and throttle/gear lever placed in stb cockpit coaming. Engine control panel incorporates
  • rpm meter, hour counter, acoustic alarm for oil pressure and cooling water temperature.

 

Maintenance & Performance:

  • Engine hours – approx. 700 as of August 2016
  • Date of last engine service – July 2016

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • 3-bladed folding propellor
  • Twin helm pedestals with hide-covered stainless steel wheels
  • Max Power, retractable bow-thruster Compact Retract 24 V/85 kg

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

 

Voltage systems:

  • 24vDC domestic system with 220vAC via shorepower, generator or inverter

 

Battery Banks:

  • 1x 12vDC 55Ah spiral-cell engine start battery
  • 6x 12vDC 120Ah AGM service batteries joined in parallel to supply 360Ah @ 24vDC
  • Battery monitoring system at chart table

 

Alternator:

  • 80 Amp 24v DC alternator on engine

 

Charging:

  • Sterling 24vcombi Inverter/Charger with multi-control at chart table

 

Generator:

  • Fischer Panda 8000PMS 6.5kw generator
  • Generator hours – approx. 50 as of August 2016
  • Date of last generator service – July 2016

 

Other Electrical:

  • Galvanic Isolator 30 Amp load capacity, mounted in series with the earth wire of the shore power socket. The effect of this installation is to reduce corrosion
  • The shore power system consists of a 10A shore power inlet socket in the cockpit, 230V AC distribution box with ground fault circuit breaker
  • X-Yachts main switch board with 27 automatic fuses and 3 analogue VDO meters
  • Fuse box upgraded to 32A and 230V AC distribution panelupgraded to handle both shore and generator power including 4 AC groups with automatic fuses
  • A 230V distribution panel is located at the chart table and has built in RCD relay, voltmeter and AC circuit breakers for immersion heater and 230V sockets.
  • 230vAC sockets throughout interior
  • 24V to 12V converter for electronics installation
  • 12v sockets in both aft cabins, owner’s cabin and in cockpit aft of cockpit table
  • All cabling terminates in “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added safety

 

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

 

Fresh Water:

  • Pressurized freshwater system supplies hot and cold water to galley and heads
  • Hot water tank Isotherm 40 l mounted in service compartment behind main engine. Tank can be heated either by main engine or an immersion heater connected to shore power element
  • Deck shower fitted at bathing platform with hot/cold freshwater

 

Bilge Pumps:

  • Central bilge incorporated in keel structure
  • Electrical bilge pump with sensor and manual ON/OFF or automatic switch at navigation station
  • Manual bilge pump mounted in cockpit
  • Separate head/shower bilge pumps

 

Other plumbing:

  • Seacocks and through-hull fittings are bronze ball type valve and flush mounted

 

Gas System:

  • Gas locker for 2 x 3 kg gas bottle located in starboard side of aft deck

 

TANKAGE

 

Fuel:

  • Tanks in aluminium for fuel (440 l) below saloon seats.
  • VDO analogue level gauge, baffles, inspection hatches, separator incl. filter and shut-of valve and deck fill
  • Alarm and warning light activated in cockpit when consumption tank needs refilling

 

Fresh Water:

  • Fresh water in stainless steel tanks (615 l) below saloon sole.
  • VDO analogue tank level gauge, inspection hatch and deck fill
  • Deck outlets for waste from holding tanks

 

Holding Tanks:

  • 2x black water holding tanks, 60 l with tank level watch fitted with self-draining outlet and deck outlet

 

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

  • Raymarina ST290 speed, depth and wind transducers with 2x multi graphic displays and 1x analogue wind display at companionway
  • Raymarine ST290 graphic display repeater at chart table
  • Raymarine E80 LCD colour chart-plotter / radar display at chart table with connection to LCD TV on main bullkhead
  • Raymarine E80 LCD colour chart-plotter / radar display at aft end of cockpit table
  • Raymarine 2kw closed array digital radar scanner side mounted on mast
  • Raymarine 3G 23v autopilot with course computer and ram
  • Raymarine Smart Controller for autopilot
  • Steering compass
  • Clock & Barometer

 

Communications Equipment:

  • Raymarine 240eVHF with DSC-D
  • Second Raymarine 240e VHF mounted in console aft of cockpit table

 

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

 

Galley:

  • ENO 3 burner gimballed gas cooker with oven and grill
  • ENO 220vAC microwave oven
  • 140 litre top-opening cool-box with 100mm insulation and Isotherm SP with water-cooled Danfoss compressor. Can operate as a fridge or a freezer
  • Isotherm 85 litre front-opening fridge with ASU start-up and Danfoss cooling. Teak front.

 

Heads:

  • 2x 24vDC quiet flush electrical heads

 

Heating & Ventilation:

  • HFL reverse-cycle airconditioning/heating system for main cabin, owners and aft cabins: with 16,000 BTU main unit, 10,000BTU unit for owner’s cabin and 6,000 BTU for aft cabins

 

Lighting:

  • 24v halogen lights fitted for general purpose below deck throughout the cabins
  • Chart table light fitted
  • Red night lighting in saloon
  • General lights and dome spotlights integrated in inner liner
  • Reading lights placed throughout aft cabin, main cabin and owners cabin

 

Entertainment:

  • JVC Multimedia centre, CD/DVD/MP3/USB stick fitted in main cabin near navigation station. One set of JVC loudspeakers mounted in main cabin.
  • Bose 131 cockpit loudspeakers fitted and connected to JVC multimedia system
  • JVC flat screen TV 19” widescreen fitted in main cabin with antenna mounted in mast incl. fitting and antenna cable, 220 V socket and installation, mounting bracket for bulkhead mounting. TV connected to Multimedia system

 

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

  • XC 45 standard B1 & C1 layout version with up to 8 berths in three double cabins, plus saloon settee berths, 2 heads and a u-shaped galley. Dedicated shower cubicle for forward heads.

 

Accommodation Finish:

  • First class craftsmanship characterize the wooden interior with a minimum number of visible screws
  • Pre-selected, top grade teak veneer used throughout the yacht in varnished and hand polished satin finish
  • Floorboards of 20 mm marine plywood with imitated teak and Gaboon inlay stripes and inspection hatches toaccess bilge
  • Freeboard in cabins of lined vinyl covered 4 mm plywood
  • Soft white headlining panels in main cabin and owners
  • Companionway steps are curved unvarnished teak and part of forward engine compartment openable door
  • Handrails by entrance and alongside coach roof portlights in main cabin
  • Blinds and flyscreen throughout on Oceanair skylights
  • Sofa and settee cushions made of high quality foam for maximum comfort
  • Spring mattresses in owners and aft cabins - 150 mm high for maximum comfort
  • Corian countertops in galley

 

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

 

Owner’s Cabin

  • Large double centre berth (200 x 150 cm) with curved laminated battens for improved ventilation and comfort
  • Settee to starboard (95 x 35 cm)
  • Double wardrobe (100 x 72 cm) to starboard with shelves and hangers
  • Drawers below wardrobe on starboard (3 pcs)
  • Freeboard cupboards and shelves above berth
  • Extra shelving behind mast box (200 x 20 x 35 cm)
  • Storage space under owners berth for bedding
  • Floorboards with inspection hatch for good access to speed and depth transducers

 

Owner’s Ensuite Heads

  • Bulkheads with white laminate surfaces
  • Marine toilet, electrically flushed
  • Dedicated shower compartment with Plexi glass doors
  • Space for optional washing machine
  • Tabletop and wash basin in white GRP
  • Single lever luxury mixer taps for wash basin and shower
  • Electrical pump for shower floor sump, automatic
  • Towel hooks and paper holder in stainless steel
  • Mirror integrated in cupboard doors

 

Saloon:

  • Two seater central settee bench rounds off dining table arrangement
  • Long sofa (191 x 67 cm) to starboard where centre section of back rest can fold down to form a side table
  • Upper cabinets behind the U-shape sofa and armchairs provide storage for glasses, books etc.

 

Navigation Area:

  • Dedicated navigation table (64 x 104 cm) with amble space for charts, drawers underneath and nav seat.
  • Electrical switch board located adjacent to nav seat and additional space for navigational and communication equipment

 

Galley:

  • Galley, U-shaped (163 cm x 151 cm). Large table top made in Camoan white Corian
  • Twin sinks, rectangular recessed stainless steel with single lever mixing tap with 2 cuttingboards made of Delrin material
  • Top and front opening refigerators
  • Gas stove
  • Shelves, drawers and lockers with plexi glass sliding doors provide storage space for cutlery and food
  • Waste bin mounted under sinks

 

Day Heads:

  • Bulkheads covered with white laminate surfaces
  • Marine toilet, electrically flushed
  • Tabletop and wash basin in white GRP
  • Mixer taps, single lever luxury for wash basin and shower
  • Electrical pump for shower floor sump, automatic
  • Towel hooks and paper holder in stainless steel
  • Mirrors integrated in cupboard doors

 

Port Aft Cabin:

  • Large double berth (210 x 140 cm) with curved laminated battens to improve ventilation and support mattress
  • Double wardrobe (95 x 62 cm)
  • Freeboard open teak shelves

 

Starboard Aft Cabin:

  • Large double berth (210 x 140 cm) with curved laminated battens to improve ventilation and support mattress
  • Double wardrobe (52 x 62 cm)
  • Freeboard open teak shelves

 

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

  • 9/10 fractional triple spreader, tapered silver anodized aluminium mast stepped on keel, specially designed for Xc 45
  • Combined deck and steaming light, Windex with light, tube for additional electrical equipment and 2 mast steps fitted
  • Furler boom incl. boom lift - infusion moulded glassfibre with carbon mandrel. Ratchet block for main halyard, spring loaded vang, painted in grey to suite colour of standard anodised
  • mast, mainsheet led back to cockpit, instead of standard anodized boom
  • Split backstay fitted with single Navtec 10 integral backstay adjuster on starboard side and turnbuckle on port
  • Tip cups in stainless steel fitted to stainless steel tie rods
  • Discontinuous rod rigging throughout with rod turnbuckles- 2009
  • Chain plates in stainless steel for forestay and split backstay
  • Spectra halyards led back to cockpit for easy handling
  • Jammers/clutches for halyards/control lines/reef lines
  • X-Yachts mainsheet system led under deck to winches placed in easy reach of helmsman
  • Mainsail track in front of sprayhood for uncluttered cockpit and space for optional Bemini
  • Profurl furling forestay drum attached to bow fitting. Furling line led back to cockpit for easy handling
  • Genoa tracks mounted on deck with Genoa cars (Ronstan) and control lines fitted
  • Mast collar in stainless steel including tie rods and stand-up blocks mounted and secured to deck
  • Stand-up blocks for halyards, reef and control lines
  • Deck organiser system for halyard and control lines led back to cockpit
  • Gennaker equipment including 2 Spectra sheets, 2 Ronstan spinnaker blocks, 2 Ronstan cleats and 2 Wichard shackles

 

Winches:

  • 2x Andersen 58STE-FS stainless steel 2-speed 24v electric self-tailing genoa winches
  • 1x Andersen 46STE-FS stainless steel 2-speed 24v electric self-tailing mainsheet winch forward of helm
  • 1x Andersen 46ST stainless steel 2-speed manual self-tailing secondary winch forward of helm
  • 1x Andersen 46STE-FS stainless steel 2-speed electric self-tailing main halyard winch
  • 1x Andersen 46ST stainless steel 2-speed self-tailing halyard winch

 

Sails:

  • North Sails Spectra S295TX fully-battened in-boom furling cruising mainsail - 2009
  • North Sails Dyneema furling cruising jib with UV strip – 2009
  • North Sails Norlon 150 asymmetric spinnaker with snuffer - 2009

 

General:

  • Lifelines with stainless steel stanchions mounted on bulwark
  • Lifeline gates - mounted at each side at max beam
  • Aft pushpits in stainless steel with teak battened seats, stowage for ready to launch MOB module and integrated
  • Bathing platform incorporated in transom port with mechanical hoisting and lowering system
  • Bathing ladder in stainless steel mounted onto bathing platform
  • Bow pulpits in stainless steel with integrated LED navigation lights
  • Gas locker for 2 x 3 kg gas bottle located in starboard side of aft deck
  • Space for a 6 man life raft (530x325x800 mm) in stb side transom locker
  • Gas springs fitted to all cockpit lockers
  • Halyard locker recessed into cockpit
  • Cockpit table with space for navigational instruments (see extras) and compass
  • 12 mm sliding plexi glass hatch protected by GRP garage
  • 12 mm smoked Plexi glass washboard with integrated storage system, spring loaded requiring minimal efforts to stow away
  • Coach roof port lights, openable, chrome-polished, aluminium framed for maximum ventilation and light
  • Deck hatches, flush mounted, openable - on foredeck and coach roof for ventilation and light
  • Ventilation dorades in stainless steel mounted on coach roof with stainless steel protection bar
  • Outboard bracket

 

Anchoring & Mooring:

  • Bow fitting in stainless steel with 2 anchor rollers for standard anchor, forestay attachment and tack attachment point for optional asymmetric spinnaker
  • Anchor locker - drained
  • Anchor 25 kg Delta with 75 m x 10 mm galvanized chain
  • Electrical anchor winch 1500 W - 24 V on deck with remote control at helm
  • 7.1kg Fortress anchor with stowaway bag and 110m warp
  • Mooring cleats in stainless steel mounted fore, aft and amidships, including stainless steel protection rails
  • Fenders and warps

 

Srayhoods, Covers & Canvas:

  • Grey canvas sprayhood with stainless steel frame
  • Bimini for added sun protection
  • Canvas cover for cockpit table
  • Grey canvas cockpit cushions

 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

  • Cruiser 6-man canister liferaft
  • EPIRB
  • IOR inflatable danbuoy
  • 2x Rescue buoy with light
  • 12x SOLAS lifejackets
  • Raymarine MOB bracelets (x6)
  • Pad eyes for safety in cockpit
  • Emergency diving kit

 

Navigation Lights:

  • LED navigation lights throughout including masthead tricolour and anchor light

 

Fire Control:

  • Fire-extinguishers (service history not warranted)




VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

 

Lying – Israel -Cruising Eastern Med.

 

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Saturday by prior appointment

                                                         

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