|Clase de oferta||Vela|
|Material del casco||Fibra de vidrio|
|Ubicación de la embarcación||Oban, Argyll and Bute, Reino Unido (Afloat Craobh Marina)|
|Estado de Impuestos||Impuestos pagados|
|Eslora total||10 m|
|Eslora en la línea de flotación||9 m|
|Calado máximo||1.8 m|
|Calado mín.||1.8 m|
|Tipo de quilla||Aleta|
|Tipo de motor||Interior|
|Modelo del Motor||3GGM 30FC|
|Tipo de transmisión||Sail Drive|
|Tipo de Propulsor||2 Cuchilla|
6 berths in total in 2 cabins with 2 double berths and 3 single berths. Powered by a Yanmar 3GM 30FC 27hp diesel engine.
The X-Yachts X-332 was designed by Niels Jeppesen and built by X-Yachts (DEN) in 2000. "Too Extreme" is the standard layout version with 6 berths in total in 2 cabins and single heads. X-Yachts are renowned for their racing prowess, however, they are also ideal craft to venture off into the wide blue yonder. She has been very well maintained and cared for by her current owner.
- LOA - 10m.
- LWL - 9m.
- Beam - 3.3m.
- Draft - 1.8m.
- Displacement 4,350kg.
- Ballast 1.4 tons.
- 50ltr stainless steel fuel tank.
- 120ltr plastic water tank.
Hull and Construction
Blue GRP hull with white GPR deck and superstructure. Foam cored to reduce hull weight but increase stiffness & insulation properties. Hull constructed with integral steel ring frame. Steel fin keel with 1.25 ton lead shoe (encapsulated).
The steel ring frame is designed to take the keel and rig loading away from the hull, achieving greater stiffness and better performance. An example of why X-Yacht's are renowned for their high quality design and construction.
- Tiller steering in an aft style cockpit.
- Hull epoxied from new.
6 berths in total with 2 double berths and 2 single berths in 2 cabins, 6' of headroom and Eberspacher D4L heating in all cabins. The interior is finished in teak veneer and blue cloth upholstery.
Forward Cabin - double "V" berth with ample storage beneath and in port & stbd lockers.
Saloon - features port & stbd single settee berths and a folding leaf table which has a bottle stowage locker in the centre. There is ample storage in the saloon in various lockers and drawers.
- Sony cd/stereo with 2 internal and 2 external speakers.
- 12v lighting from 2 circuits.
Galley - The "L" shaped galley is to port aft in the saloon and features a 2 burner gas hob with oven, 2 stainless steel sinks with hot & cold pressurised water and fridge unit. There is ample storage space in shelves, drawers and lockers.
Nav Station - The Navigation Station is to stbd aft in the saloon and features a chart table with forward facing seating and the ships electrical panel.
Heads - Heads are to stbd aft of the Navigation Station and feature a Jabsco toilet, washbasin with hot & cold pressurised water and shower.
Double Aft Cabin - Large double aft berth with hanging locker.
- Eberspacher D4 diesel fired, warm air central heating with vents in all cabins.
Powered by a Yanmar 3GM 30FC 27hp 3 cylinder inboard marine diesel engine with a sail drive to a folding 2 blade prop.
- Fresh & sea water cooled via heat exchanger.
- Engine last serviced May 18.
- Model serial No 26644.
- Saildrive hull diaphragms replaced winter 2016-17.
The 12v ships electrical system has a control panel at the Navigation Staton and is powered by 2 batteries.
- 1 x 12v Numax XV24MF 86ah engine start battery - new 2011.
- 1 x 12v Numax XV24MF 86ah domestic battery - new 2011.
- Shore power with cable.
- Engine alternator charges batteries.
- 240v Mobitronic Type 925-012TD battery charger.
Mast, Rigging and Sails
Fractional sloop rigged with aluminium mast and boom by John Mast which is supported by stainless steel rod rigging.
- Braid on braid running rigging replaced in stages 2012 - 2017.
- Slab reefing on mainsail which reefs from cockpit.
- Mainsail cover.
- Profurl furling system with racing foil.
- Aluminium spinnaker pole stowed on deck with running rigging and adjustable tracks.
Sails Inventory -
- Cruising Dacron mainsail by Saturn in good condition - 2003.
- Cruising Dacron Genoa by Saturn in good condition - 2003 - new UV strip 2018.
- Tape drive mainsail by UK McWilliam in good condition - 2002.
- Tape drive No1 by UK McWilliam in good condition - 2002.
- Tape drive No2 by UK McWilliam in good condition - 2002.
- Tape drive Blade by UK McWilliam in good condition - 2002.
- Storm Jib in Dacron by Saturn unused.
- Light spinnaker by UK McWilliam in good condition - 2000.
- Heavy spinnaker by UK McWilliam in good condition - 2000.
Deck and Deck Equipment
Easily navigated wide side decks lead to the spacious foredeck which is all in white GRP with grey non-slip. The deck is secured by a stainless steel pulpit, stainless steel stanchions (alloy bases) with double stainless steel guard wires and stainless steel quarter pushpits with a double stainless steel wire gate to the transom.
- Single bow roller.
- SL Delta 10/22 anchor.
- 30m of 8mm chain and 30m of 14mm A/Plait warp.
- 4 warps.
- 4 mooring cleats.
- 4+ fenders.
- Rope clutches.
- Tripping line.
- 2 Lewmar 30 2 speed self tailing manual halyard winches.
- 2 Lewmar 44 2 speed self tailing manual genoa winches.
- 2 winch handles.
- Sailor A1 C4900 VHF radio at chart table - 2000.
- Raystar 120 GPS - 2000.
- Raytheon echosounder - 2000.
- ST4000 tiller pilot - 2000.
- Suunto compass at cockpit bulkhead - 2000.
- Raytheon ST60 Tridata speed/log - 2000.
- Raytheon ST60 Maxivieww plotter.
- Raytheon Tridata wind speed/direction.
- 1 x manual bilge pump.
- 1 x electric bilge pump.
- 3 flares (date of expiry unknown).
- 2 manual fire extinguishers.
- Deck Jackstay safety lines.
- Plastimo lifesling.
- Navigation lights.
The Company 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 agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
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