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Catalogue excerpts

Back to our roots X-Yachts was founded in 1979, and the philosophy of the Xp 33 is deeprooted in a 30-year heritage of winning 30-footer designs he first X-Yachts model, the X-79, was launched in 1979. A 7.9m (26ft) light displacement small yacht, it became one of northern Europe’s most popular one-design classes. The X-99 (10m/33ft) was launched in 1985, and the X-35 (also 10m/33ft) in 2005. Both went on to become ISAF-recognised One Design Classes with official World Championships and active racing in a large number of countries. Since that first X-79, more than 1,260 one-design X-Yachts have...

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The Xp difference The Xp 33 is built using technologically advanced materials and cutting-edge techniques trength, stiffness and a high ballast to weight ratio are key to creating yachts which offer superlative sailing pleasure and performance. X-Yachts is now the biggest production builder of high-tech yachts, using a vacuum infusion process. Epoxy The latest generation of Xp cruiser-racers are built using epoxy infusion with carbon reinforcement in both the hull and keel structure. Post-cured – or ‘oven-baked’ – epoxy resin systems have higher mechanical and thermal stability than traditional...

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Truly dual-purpose Stability is a key principle behind the Xp 33’s design and build, resulting in dynamic sailing performance he Xp 33 is designed to be fast, fun and easy to handle. With the keel ballast providing a high degree of stability it offers great controllability, while the displacement has been kept as light as possible. The non-extreme rig is designed for ease of handling, with a retractable bowsprit, which together with on board facilities also enable comfortable cruising. Ballast ratio The hull and hull girders are laminated using vacuum infusion technology, carbon-reinforced epoxy...

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EXTERIOR FEATURES Cockpit and deck layout Every detail of the Xp 33 deck layout has been designed for the highest level of functionality, whether racing or cruising The Xp 33 has a single rudder blade fitted forward, which also gives improved upwind performance, However, to enable the helm position to be aft of the mainsheet track, a special linkage system was designed to run underneath the cockpit sole, which allows the tiller to be positioned further aft. The composite tiller is fitted as standard with a Spinlock adjustable extension. n large racing yachts, the skipper and tactician are positioned...

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DECK DETAILS Fully fitted High quality deck gear for racing and cruising he Xp 33 can quickly and simply shift into easy cruising mode, thanks to an optional electrical anchor windlass, dismountable stainless steel anchor arm, and the self-draining anchor locker (fitted as standard). The engine throttle and instrument panel are recessed into the starboard cockpit side, aft of the mainsheet track. A selfdraining gas bottle compartment is located on the port side. Six Harken winches are fitted as standard, of which two can be easily upgraded for high level racing.

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Minimalist style The Xp 33 features a classic three double berth interior layout he Xp 33 is offered with a straightforward three cabin double berth (the forward triangular double berth is an optional extra), single heads layout, as has proved hugely popular among X-99 and X-35 owners. The interior is constructed of varnished T-teak in a satin finish, with practical white surfaces and stainless steel fittings, and high quality materials and details throughout. There are two symmetrical aft cabins, divided by a longitudinal central bulkhead, while forward there is a comfortable and private double...

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INTERIOR LAYOUT Interior cruising options The Xp 33 is available with a choice of options to enhance its cruising capabilities CABINET SECTIONS Diesel heater with three hot air outlets. Two-jet gas stove supplied as standard, gas oven available as an option Removable main cabinet sections FOREPEAK Removable double berth arrangement FREEBOARD PIPE COTS Optional freeboard-hung berths in both aft cabins HOT WATER TANK Engine compartment to accommodate a hot water tank, heated via either the engine or shore power NAV STATION Chart plotter housing, front-opening electric fridge (may be located under...

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Specifications Choice of rigs he Xp 33 is not set out to become an International One Design class, but is instead designed to be customised to suit each owners’ choices, whether that is for high level racing, cruising single-handed, or somewhere in between. The Xp 33 comes as standard with a custom-designed double spreader aluminium mast and boom from Danish manufacturers John Mast. Alternatively it is also offered with a carbon mast and boom from Hall Spars in Holland. Both are fitted with discontinuous rod rigging. The Xp 33 is supplied as standard in a white hull with dark blue stripes, but...

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WORLD CLASS SINCE 1979

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