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|Length||63 ft / 19.2 m|
|Location||South Carolina, United States|
|LOA||65 ft 11 in / 20.09 m|
|Length at Water Line||58 ft 6 in / 17.83 m|
|Beam||17 ft 9 in / 5.41 m|
|Max Draft||11 ft 2 in / 3.4 m|
|Min. Draft||8 ft 5 in / 2.57 m|
|Headsail Area||983 ft²|
|Mainsail Area||1378 ft²|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Fuel Tanks||317 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||264 gal|
Price not including delivery or additional options.
The X65 represents the first in a new development of performance cruising yachts. It utilises the same hi-tech construction techniques as X-Yachts adopted to build their latest generation Xperformance racer-cruisers, including vacuum infused epoxy with localised carbon for strength, stiffness and stability. It also comes from the same drawing board as the award-winning Xcruising family, featuring for instance the well proven keel steel frame.
"The X6⁵ is a bold design: a muscular, small superyacht blessed with powerful lines; a yacht that will place most others of her size firmly in the shade."
TOBY HODGES, YACHTING WORLD
X-Yacht composite hulls are molded into female tooling. The X65 is built using the latest manufacturing 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 carbon-fibre reinforcements.
Solid, monolithic laminate is used in areas around the keel structure, stern gear, P-bracket and thrusters. High Density core is used in way of all seacocks.
All structural bulkheads laminated to the hull and securely bonded to the deck. They are made out of a sandwich of marine plywood and PVC core in total thicknesses between 20 and 40 mm. This gives good soundproof properties and a lighter structure.
At the forward end of the boat watertight, bulkheads separate the anchor compartment, sail locker and interior accommodation for safety and reassurance in the event of a collision. The rib garage is a watertight sealed moulding, for safety and peace of mind in the unlikely event that the seal around the transom door fails
The keel structure consists of a hot galvanized, high strength steel frame which forms an integral part of the hull structure. It is capable of absorbing loads from keel, mast and rig as well as shock loads in the event of grounding. Integrated limber holes allow water to run to central keel bilge.
The standard keel is a 3.00 m (light ship) cast iron fin with a lead T-bulb. Ballast weight of the standard keel is approximately 9,450 kg (23,400 lbs), but an upgrade to 10,600 kg is also available.
An optional deep draft T-bulb keel of 3.40m (light ship) and an optional shallow draft L-bulb keel of 2.60m (light ship) are also available.
Each keel is encapsulated in three layers of GRP and faired to original keel section templates.
The keel is securely bolted to the structural steel keel frame with stainless steel bolts and faired with epoxy filler.
Deck Gear (Standard)
2 x Harken B980.2 STE two-speed electric self-tailing primary winches, in cockpit
2 x Harken B980.2 STE two-speed electric self-tailing secondary winches, in cockpit
(2) Optional Harken 70.2 STP 2-Speef Halyard Winches, on deck
(2) Stainless Bow Pulpits
(2) Stainless Stern Pushpits with Integrated LED Stern Light & Boarding Gate (Starboard)
(1) Stainless Center Pushpit
(2) Stanchion Gates
(2) Deck Showers with Hot & Cold Water (1 in cockpit, 1 in dinghy garage)
Dodger with Stainless Framework
Yanmar 6BY3-160, 6-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine. Maximum power output is 117 kW (160 hp) at 2800 rpm.
The engine is fitted with a KMH50A gearbox, which has a gear ratio of 2.43:1
As standard, the engine is fitted with a 12V / 150A alternator for charging the engine start battery. An additional 24V / 90A alternator is also fitted for domestic battery charging.
As standard a single electronic throttle control is mounted on starboard helm pedestal. Optional second throttle for port helm pedestal.
Engine is mounted to the hull structure using vibration reducing shock mounts. The propeller shaft is coupled to the gearbox with an aqua drive to reduce vibrations.
A ‘dry’ exhaust system is fitted as standard which includes a gas/water separator in the engine room.
INTERIOR STYLE & FINISH
Danish design and architecture is famous for its clean and timeless style. The X65 interior is designed to work at open sea as well as moored.
The utmost care has been taken to design the interior of the X65. From the basic layout, to the smallest details, everything has been carefully chosen to ensure that the X65 is the perfect blue water cruising boat.
All furniture is carefully selected, built with first class craftsmanship with minimum number of visible screws and hand-polished with a satin finish. To personalise the X65, a wide variety of interior surface finishes, materials and colours are offered.
As standard, joinery and bulkhead are veneered in ‘Steady oak’ with areas such as the galley and heads finished with white paint.
Head lining in saloon, galley and cabins is white vinyl covered panels with white painted panels in the heads. All hatches are fitted with Ocean air blinds and fly screens.
Floorboards are constructed from foam cored sandwich, finished with a walnut veneer. Other floor board veneers are offered.
(3) Layout options may be viewed in photos.
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.