Huge spec, professionally maintained, and very well-presented X-65 with carbon rig and Park Avenue boom. Almost every possible option ticked including generator, watermaker, air-con, bowthruster, electric winches and so on.
*** Available for delivery - end of September 2018 ***
FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:
DOS MUCH is a beautifully-presented one owner example of the Niels Jeppesen designed X-Yachts ‘Mini Maxi’ X-65. Number 5 out of 6 built between 2009 and 2014, she boasts a fantastic specification for both racing and cruising.
Fitted out with a comprehensive wardrobe of North Sails, DOS MUCH has proven to be extremely successful in the Med-based Mini Maxi circuit with numerous podium finishes in events such as the Palma Vela and the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup. Wrapped her protective and distinctive black vinyl, she has never been put away wet and now that her owner has moved on to fresh projects, her wrap has been removed to expoose her ‘as new’ white topsides.
Her specification highlights include:-
- Centreline owner’s forward layout plus three further guest/crew cabins
- 3.00m T- keel option
- Carbon fibre mast with Park Avenue boom
- North Sails 3di sail wardrobe plus furling Code 0 and asymmetric spinnakers
- Harken electric winch package
- Volvo D3-150 engine
- 3-bladed Gori folding prop
- Retractable hydraulic bowthruster
- 24vDC domestic system
- Fischer Panda 8kw generator
- Dessalator watermaker
- Reverse-cycle air-conditioning throughout
- 2x Fridges and freezer
- Electric heads throughout
- Holding tanks
- Complete B&G Hercules instrument package with mast-mounted 20/20’s and Zeus plotters
- 4G radar
- Marine PC with WiFi
- Inmarsat sat coms
- Teak decks
- Hydraulic passarelle
- Tender garage for 3.2m tender
DOS MUCH is now offered for immediate sale at a very attractive price.
The X-65 was conceived as a big sister to the hugely successful X-55; European Yacht of the Year 2007. She is also the little sister of the extremely fast and stylish IMX 70. The result is a sleek yet spacious performance cruiser. At every stage of design and production the focus has been to create a yacht that is easy to sail and utterly reliable. The X-65 embodies elegance and enjoyment in equal measure.
You do not need to sacrifice beauty to achieve practicality. When creating the X-65 the designers combined their experience with innovative new ideas to keep her lines clean while ensuring she is easy to handle. One of the optional foredeck arrangements typifies this intelligent approach. The anchor and bow roller stow neatly out of sight when berthed or at sea, and are launched on a hinged stainless steel arm, supported by a gas strut.
As well as a powered genoa furler, the foredeck can also house a powered gennaker furler to make sailing downwind both simple and safe.
Flush-mounted hatches, recessed fittings and frameless port-lights help keep the decks clear. All sheets and control lines are led beneath the deck or coachroof, again ensuring the elegant shape of the X-65 is uninterrupted.
The deck and coachroof has been cleverly designed to hide sheets, halyards and control lines out of view. This makes her not only a joy to behold, but also a safer boat to sail.
Whilst steering the X-65 you will find all that you need close at hand. Navigation equipment, auto pilot controls, instruments and gauges mounted on the pedestal are supported by repeaters at the mast. The communications equipment can be found with the engine control panel on the starboard side. The main and genoa sheets are just a step away, and the port halyard winch can be controlled electrically from the starboard console.
Transom stowage of tenders is an ideal option that has, until now, been reserved for much larger yachts. The X-65 sets a new standard in its class by incorporating a large garage space accessed from the stern. There is room for a 3.2m RIB that is perfect for exploring your new destination or just for some high-octane fun in the sun.
The X-65 has been designed and engineered in co-operation with some of the world’s most respected suppliers. Discontinuous rod rigging, with a hydraulic backstay, supports a three-spreader, tapered carbon mast with a ‘Park Avenue’ wing boom.
The use of heat galvanised steel to create a support structure for the mast and keel was pioneered by X-Yachts in 1981. Since then the Danish yard has produced more than 6,000 yachts featuring this technology and has won worldwide recognition for the strength of their designs.
Strength and stiffness are key features of the X-65 that features a steel structural girder, shown in yellow in the diagram. Longitudinal stringers (shown in red) add to the stiffness of the hull and ensure that the maximum performance can be achieved from the hull and rig.
One of the factors that set X-Yachts apart from other yachts is the importance given to keeping weight as low and central as possible. Batteries, water and fuel tanks, engine, generator and washing machine are all located centrally and low down. The result is a well-balanced yacht that is a pleasure to sail.
State-of-the-art design programmes and 3-D modelling is used to ensure remarkable accuracy and painstaking attention to detail. The use of the latest technology extends to the build of the X-65 with vacuum infusion, sandwich construction and honeycomb core panels and floorboards used throughout.
All the way through the X-65 you’ll find examples of clever and efficient installations: Whether it is the extremely lightweight and compact Volvo common rail diesel engine, powering a Flexofold propellor: The 24V gel batteries that offer weight, space, and power advantages over a 12V lead acid system: The ‘dry’ box built behind the main electrical panel where all cabling terminates: Or the variety of different materials used to insulate the machinery spaces, and the shock absorbers that each component is mounted on. Our design and production teams have the experience and knowledge to build a vessel fit for purpose in every way
X-Yachts was established in 1979, when brothers Niels and Lars Jeppesen met Birger Hansen. X-Yachts first model was the X-79, which became very popular as a One Design Class and still is a very active class.
The first international X-Yacht, the X-102, won the ¾ Ton Cup in Helsinki, Finland and defended the victory one year later in Denia, Spain. This suddenly established X-Yachts internationally.
Throughout the 80’s, X-Yachts’ models won international world championships nine times. In the 90’s, more IMS championship successes followed. The IMX 38, introduced in 1994, won the IMS European and S.O.R.C. in the US. The IMX 40 continued the trend into the new century winning all the major IMS races in 2000 and 2001; a feat that was repeated by the IMX 45 in 2002.
X-Yachts has now established two very successful, ISAF recognised, international one design classes; the X-41 and the X-35. When the X-35 was launched in October 2005 more than one hundred orders were placed before hull number one entered the water.
X-Yachts today are leaders in the field of high performance cruising yachts, and have received worldwide recognition for their new Xc line of long-distance cruising yachts.
- Certification Category A - Ocean Hull construction according to ABS (American Bureau of Shipping)
- Hull built in female mould in vacuum laminated sandwich construction using epoxy resin and compressed structural foam Bi- and unidirectional E-glass. Solid laminate in high stress areas around keel, rudder, mast and through hull fittings
- Hull in white sprayed Gelcoat with 3 blue waterlines
- ** Please note. Photos show black topsides. This is a vinyl protective wrap which has since been removed **
- Steel frame, hot-galvanised, high strength, to absorb all loads from keel, mast and rigging. Single point hoist for easy and safe lifting and launching of yacht. Bathing ladder with teak steps to be hung onto the folded down transom port.
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
- Deck built in female mould in vacuum laminated sandwich construction using resin and compressed structural foam Bi- and unidirectional E-glass strategically positioned for strength and weight optimization
- Outer surface of deck in white sprayed Gelcoat
- Teak deck, vacuum applied, 9 mm nominal thickness on side decks, coach roof, cockpit sole and seats, and transom door
Keel & Rudder:
- 3.0m draft T-keel
- Antimony hardened lead bulb bolted and glued to cast iron fin for high strength and low centre of gravity with additional lead to compensate for shallow draft
- Keel encapsulated with GRP and faired with epoxy prior to attachment to hull
- Balanced rudder blade
- The rudder stock is fitted with needle and self aligning bearings to minimise friction for effortless helming
Engine & gearbox:
- Volvo D3-150, 150 HP, 5-cylinder common-rail diesel engine with extremely low noise level
- Freshwater cooled, including a gas/water seperator installed on the exhaust system
- Reduction gearbox
- Engine Exhaust temperature monitor and remote indication in engine console at helm station.
- Engine room sound insulation for low noise level
- Engine control panel in starboard aft cockpit side. Engine panel with rpm meter, hour counter, acoustic alarm for oil pressure and cooling water temperature Electronic engine throttle/gear control on starboard and Port wheel pedestal console in stainless steel metal
Maintenance & Performance:
- Engine hours – approx 1,500 as of March 2018
- Date of last engine service: Engine serviced annually
Propulsion & Steering:
- Twin Jeffa carbon fibre helm wheels
- 3-bladed Gori folding propeller with overdrive
- MAX Power hydraulic retractable bowthruster with control at helm pedestal
- Emergency steering gear
- 24vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC start circuit and 230v AC via shorepower, generator or inverter
- 2x 12vDC engine and generator start batteries
- 12x 12vDC 100Ah Gel service batteries joined in parallel and series to supply 600Ah @ 24vDC
- Fischer Panda 8kw 220vAC diesel generator
- Generator hours
- Date of last generator service – serviced annually
Charging / Inverter:
- Mastervolt MASS Combi 24/4000 – 120A combination battery charger and inverter
- Mastervolt battery monitors with inverter controls, at nav station
- 12vDC 60Amp engine-mounted alternator for charging start battery
- 24vDC 110 Amp engine-mounted alternator for charging service bank
- AC/DC panel
- A 24 V DC system runs throughout the yacht. All cables are terminated in a "dry" GRP box fitted behind the electrical panel.
- DC-DC voltage converters
- Galvanic Isolator 30 Amp load capacity, mounted in series with earth wire of shore power socket (to prevent stray current corrosion)
- Adjuatable shorepower fuse setting via mastervolt system panel to avoid power tripping.
- 230V AC sockets fitted in sail locker, heads, cabins, navigation area , galley
- Shore power with 32 Amp shore power inlet socket in cockpit with 32 Amp fuse box located in lazarette. 230V AC distribution panel located at chart table including ground fault circuit breaker
- Additional Shore power with 32Amp power inlet for Air-conditioning/Heating Battery separator
PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS
- 24vDC pressure system with pressure pump and accumulator tank
- Hot water supplied via engine cooling with 70 litre Isotherm calorifier or via 230vAC immersion heater element from shore power
- Hot & cold pressurised water throughout
- Cockpit shower and deck washes
- Dessalator 230v/24v reverse-osmosis watermaker producing approx 120 litres per hour
- Manual bilge pump in cockpit
- High capacity electric bilge pumps with manual override at DC panel
- 24vDC shower drain pumps
- Saltwater anchor chain washdown in bow locker
- 779 litres fuel in 3x aluminium fuel tanks
- VDO analogue tank level gauge, deck fill, separator incl. filter and shut off valve.
- 913 litres fresh water capacity in 3x stainless steel tanks
- Water tank gauges at chart table
- 3x blackwater holding tanks – 63 litres, 74 litres and 74 litres
- Tanks discharge directly overboard or via deck evacuation point.
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
- B&G H3000 Hercules system with wind, speed, depth and rudder angle transducers with displays at companionway
- 2 x B&G Zeus 2 GPS radar chart plotter 12” Displays on port and starboard helm pedestals
- 3x B&G control displays in cockpit
- 5x B&G H3000 20/20 multi-repeaters at mast
- B&G hydraulic ram autopilot with 2x controls at helm pedestals
- B&G gyro compass
- B&G 4G digital radar scanner
- Suunto lit steering compass at helm pedestal
At Chart Table:
- PC Computer with LCD screen
- B&G GoFree WiFi connections
- WiFi router
- B&G control display
- AIS transceiver
- Furuno NX-300 Navtex
- Sailor FBB-250 VHF with DSC
- Simrad RS87 VHF with DSC
- Handheld VHF
- Inmarsat Mini-C satellite communication
- 4-burner cooker, Force 10 with recirculation extractor fan above
- Microwave oven
- Double sinks (recessed) in stainless steel with single lever stainless steel mixer tap
- Drinking water tap with filtered water system mounted at sink
- 2x Frigonautica 130 litre front opening fridges
- 160 litre top opening freezer
- Tecma 24vDC electric fresh water heads
- Heads showers in all heads with automatic temperature control and electric pump out
Heating & Ventilation:
- 220vAC reverse-cycle air-conditioning system with 6 climate control zones
- Ventilation consisting of opening skylights, dorade and opening portlights
- LCD TV’s in saloon and master cabin
- Saloon TV restracts into hidden cabinet
- Bose sound system with three zones – saloon / owner’s cabin /deck
Summary of Accommodation:
- 4-cabin version with 9 berths plus occasional saloon settee berths.
- Layout options A3/B1/C3/C4/C7
- Aft cockpit layout with three double cabins, each with ensuite heads, plus further crew cabin in forepeak with ensuite heads and shower.
- Owner’s Cabin forward with large centreline double berth and further seating to starboard and dressing table to port. Extensive stowage in hanging lockers etc. Ensuite heads with separate shower cubicle.
- Saloon with L-shaped settee seating to port around dining table plus central bench settee. Full length settee opposite to starboard.
- Galley aft of saloon to port. L-shaped counter with stove, sinks and fridges.
- Chart table opposite to starboard with forward facing table and dedicated seat.
- Crew/guest cabin aft of galley to port with twin bunks and ensuite heads & shower aft.
- Mid guest cabin aft of chart table to starboard with lower double berth and Pullman upper berth. Hanging locker.
- Twin guest cabin aft of mid guest cabin with ensuite heads & shower.
- First class craftsmanship of interior with minimum number of visible screws
- All furniture of carefully selected, hand-polished teak with satin finish
- Five structural transverse composite bulkheads varying in thickness between 16 to 30 mm securely bonded to hull and deck. Secondary bulkheads and ring frames of varying thickness
- Bulkheads with teak surfaces, polished and varnished to satin finish
- Teak floorboards with plastic honeycomb cored sandwich. Inspection hatches to access bilge area
- Forward companionway steps of curved teak, part of forward engine compartment, openable door
- Handrails at companionways
- Counter tops in galley of black Corian
- Counter tops in head's compartments of white Corian with integrated Corian square sinks
- Oceanair units with flyscreens and blinds fitted to skylights
- Cushions/mattresses - high quality spring or latex. Other cushions of high quality foam.
- Carbon mast, fractional 3-spreader, white painted, clear varnished below deck, designed and engineered for X-65.
- Park Avenue wing boom
- Discontinuous rod rigging throughout with rod turnbuckles
- Chain plates in stainless steel for split backstay, laminated chainplates for forestay and shrouds
- Navtec system 50 hydraulic pump station for hydraulic boom vang and split backstay
- Dyneema halyards, partially stripped with stainless steel halyard shackles
- Trisail track on mast
- Mast-track for low-friction battencars
- Reckmann 24vDC electric genoa furler
- Reckmann 24vDC electric Code 0 furler
- Rod vang
- Single-point mainsheet system with dedicated central winch pedestal
- 5x Harken 24vDC electric self-tailing winches
- Primary sheet winches - electrical two-speed
- Main sheet winch - electrical two-speed
- Halyard winches - electrical two-speed
- North Sails 3di Spectra mainsail
- North Sails 3di Carbon 104% heavy genoa
- North Sails 3di Spectra 108% medium/heavy genoa
- North Sails 3di Spectra 108% light/medium genoa
- North Sails 3di Carbon 108% light genoa
- North Sails 158% furling Code 0
- North Sails A1
- North Sails A2
- North Sails A3
- All sails measured February 2017
- Lifelines supported by stainless steel stanchions mounted on sheerline
- Aft pushpits in stainless steel including centreline pushpit.
- Coach roof port lights - openable, frameless for maximum ventilation
- Deck hatches - flush mounted, openable, hatches on foredeck, coach roof
- Through Deck Gas locker for storage of gas bottles
- Gas springs fitted to aft cockpit lockers, anchor and sail locker lids
- Gangway from Opacmare, electric/hydraulic operation mounted in transom, hidden when closed.
- Transom port, stainless steel hinges, electrical/hydraulic operated.
- Transom garage accommodates tender with electrical winch for pulling tender into transom garage including rollers on platform and inside transom
- Sail locker forward accessible from deck
Anchoring & Mooring:
- Anchor launch system - mechanical operated deck recessed anchor launch system
- Quick 24vDC 2.3kw electric anchor windlass
- Delta 40kgs anchor with 70m galvanised chain
- Folding mooring cleats
- Sanguineti retractable 24vDC mooring winch
- Fenders and warps
Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
- Sprayhood in beige canvas with rigid stainless steel foldable tubes, housed in integrated deck recess
- Mainsail cover
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, 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 owners specific needs.
- Ocean Safety 6-person liferaft
- Ocean Safety 4-person liferaft
- 10x automatic 275Nm lifejackets
- 406Mhz EPIRB
- Hand bearing compass
- 6x fire extinguishers
- Automatic fire control system in engine room
- Fire blanket