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2021 X-YACHTS X4.6

€695,000 tax not paid

High spec X4.6 with lots of recent upgrades

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelX-Yachts X4.6
DesignerX-Yachts Design Team
Year2021
Boat NameMedusa
CategorySail
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price€695,000
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingSardinia, Italy
Reference2584873

Specifications

LOA14.08m (46'0")
LWL12.33m (40'0")
Beam4.27m (14'0")
Draft2.3m (7'0")
Displacement10900kg
Hull ConstructionGRP epoxy sandwich
EngineYanmar 4JH80 80hp
Keel TypeFin Keel
Berths8
Cabins3

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    Description

    EYOTY nominated and Cruising World Boat of the Year. Very high specification X-Yachts X4.6 from 2021 with over 70,000 Euros of additional upgrades in 2022. Beautifully presented and 100% ready to go.

    FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

    Delivered to her first owner in 2021 at the X-Yachts shipyard in Denmark, MEDUSA was used for seatrials only before her first owner decided to order a larger X-Yacht. She was then placed back ashore at the X-Yachts shipyard where her current and second owner bought her in 2022 and immediately spent a further Euro 70,000 on additional upgrades including teak decks, vinyl hull wrap, additional genoa tracks, furling Code 0 and gennaker equipment, upgraded charger/inverter and so on. Having sailed MEDUSA down the Mediterranean during the 2022 season, her owner has enjoyed use of the boat through the 2023 season, but now reluctantly offers the boat for sale as he is now focused on other projects.

    Her specification highlights include:-
    • Standard 3-cabin, 2-heads interior layout
    • Pure white gelcoat with grey stripes
    • Dark blue vinyl wrap with white stripes
    • Carbon fibre bowsprit painted to match wrapped topsides
    • Teak laid side decks, superstructure, cockpit and bathing platform
    • Electric fold-down bathing platform
    • Carbonautica composite helm wheels
    • 2.30m standard draft T-keel
    • Furler Boom in-boom furling system
    • North Sails 3Di Ocean mainsail and self-tacking jib
    • North Sails furling Code 0 and gennaker
    • Self-taking and coachroof-top jib/genoa tracks
    • Harken electric winch package
    • Larger 80hp Yanmar engine with 3-bladed Flex-o-Fold propeller
    • Retractable bowthruster
    • Lithium Ion service batteries with 810Ah
    • Upgraded 120Ah charger with 3kw inverter
    • Simarine systems monitoring system
    • Dessalator DUO 12vDC/220vAC reverse osmosis watermaker
    • B&G instrument package with Zeus3 12” plotter, AIS and autopilot
    • Furuno wireless digital radar with cockpit-mounted iPad.
    • Nomen folding mooring cleats
    • Stainless steel anchor with spare
    • 2x X-Yachts SUPs
    • Sprayhood and twin biminis
    • Cockpit table
    • Oak interior joinery
    • Electric heads
    • LED TV on main bulkhead
    • Twin fridges
    • Sirocco ventilation fans

    MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

    Pure Enjoyment.

    The X4⁶ is a versatile and fast family cruiser, that helps you to make the most out of every moment. Advanced hull construction, a powerful sail plan and a well proportioned cockpit, put you at the centre of an engaging sailing experience. We call this "Superior Sailing Pleasure".

    Down below, Scandinavian style and craftsmanship create a place where you will always enjoy spending time. The X4⁶ exhibits quality and attention to detail, both inside and out, helping to realise its purpose as an excellent sailing yacht. This is Pure X.

    Modern Hull Design & Construction.

    The hull design of the X4⁶ follows the latest design philosophy, which maximises sailing performance. Designed to excel in all wind conditions, due to a generous sail plan, coupled to a high quality mast and rig, including discontinuous rod rigging as standard.

    X4⁶ hulls are built with X-Yachts' advanced technology, including vacuum epoxy infusion, and incorporating X-Yachts' famous steel keel grillage to securely hold the composite lead/iron keel, in place for outstanding safety in all conditions.

    Intuitive Deck Layout

    The deck layout takes a combination of the features from both her siblings; a self-taking jib is standard, with sheet handled by one of the halyard winches, and a mainsheet track is recessed into the cockpit sole with an 8:1 purchase traveller control system. Mainsheets are lead up to winches, that are within easy reach of the helmsman.

    Large Harken self-tailing winches are standard, and can optionally be electrified along with one of the halyard winches.

    Teak Decks

    Teak comes as standard in the cockpit, on the seats and the sole, and is optional on the sidedeck and coachroof top, as well as on the optional electrical operated bathing platform.

    Sailplan.

    A hull with powerful lines, a precision moulded composite T keel with a heavy bulb of lead giving a high degree of stability, enables the X4⁶ to sail fast and point high to the wind.

    Interior Craftsmanship

    The influence of clean Scandinavian design, can be seen throughout the interior. The X4⁶ is being traditional but with a modern appearance. The Danish quality craftsmanship is of a very high standard with finely crafted details, and showcases carpentry at its very best. The wooden veneer will be Nordic Oak as standard, with other options on offer.

    Natural Light and Fresh Air

    The toughened glass coachroof windows, flood the interior with natural light. In addition to the large flush skylights, sections of the side windows are also open-able to provide excellent ventilation. Each aft cabin has an open-able portlight in the cockpit and additionally an outboard facing opening in the coaming windows. Combined with the flush skylight, the aft cabins have optimal ventilation, which is a great benefit in warmer climates.

    PRESS REVIEW:

    The X46 was conceived as a fast, fun, easy-to-handle cruising yacht – and that’s exactly what she is. Her speed-to-effort ratio is probably among the best you will find in a monohull because she’s small enough to be easily handled by a couple while her race-bred design makes sure she covers the ground at an impressive rate.

    She’s not an inexpensive boat and it’s easy to see why. Epoxy-infused, post-cured, cored laminates cost money. So do lead bulbs, flush seacocks, internal steel grids, high-quality joinery and accessible systems. As the saying goes, ‘you pays your money…’

    It’s reassuring to know that the entire design and construction process is completed by X-Yachts in-house. And British owners will be pleased to know that the design office, headed by X-Yachts’ co-founder Niels Jeppesen, is based on the Hamble.

    It’s also good to hear an owner’s thoughts about the boat he or she chose and why. Clemens once owned a sporty version of a 36ft cruiser that proved too powerful for him and his wife to handle. With the FurlerBoom and self-tacking jib he says the X46 is ‘very relaxing to sail but still with good speed and performance’.

    Yachting Monthly – 2019

    Specification

    CONSTRUCTION

    RCD Status:
    • Our understanding is that the vessel is built in accordance with CE Boat Category A-ocean.

    Hull Construction:
    • The X46 hull is a composite construction, moulded in a 5‐axis‐milled female tooling. Built using the latest construction technologies with: vacuum‐infused, post cured epoxy construction.
    • The hull is a full sandwich construction, using foam core, biaxial E‐glass skins and local E‐glass uni‐ directional reinforcements strategically positioned for strength and weight optimization.
    • It is designed and built according to ISO 12215 (European Standard).
    • The X4⁶ has standard six large grey tinted laminated toughened glass openings, letting light inside saloon, forward cabin and aft cabin areas.
    • All structural bulkheads are securely laminated onto the hull and bonded to the deck. Mechanical fasteners are also added into the high load areas: under the genoa tracks and mainsheet block.
    • All bulkheads are made out of marine plywood in thicknesses between 16 and 20 mm.
    • 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.
    • Pure White'& 3 x 'Light Grey and gelcoat finish hull
    • Topsides wrapped in dark blue vinyl with white style lines - installed 2022
    • Carbon fibre bowsprit – wrapped dark blue to match wrapped topsides

    Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • The deck is a hand lay‐up, full sandwich construction. The foam provides strength and insulation. The deck uses a sandwich construction using core cell foam and the skins are mainly biaxial E‐glass with local uni‐directional E‐glass layers.
    • Local use of pre‐laminated carbon beams supporting flat areas under cockpit and foredeck.
    • In load bearing areas, such as under deck fittings, either plywood or aluminium replaces the foam core.
    • The teak is vacuum applied to the deck as standard to 9mm thickness on cockpit sole, cockpit seats and on transom platform.
    • MEDUSA benefits from optional teak covering deck and superstructure areas - installed 2022

    Keel & Rudder:
    • The keel consists of antimony hardened lead T‐bulb bolted and glued to cast iron fin for high strength, low centre of gravity and comfortable sailing performance.
    • MEDUSA features the standard keel of 2.30 m draft. Ballast weight is approximately 4,500 kg (9,921 lbs)
    • The keel is encapsulated in three layers of CSM E‐glass with epoxy matrix 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 to obtain a very smooth connection.
    • The rudder blade is constructed from sandwich GRP.
    • The rudder stock constructed of solid, high strength aluminium with welded spokes, which transmits the steering torque into the rudder blade. The stock is mounted through a needle bearing at the hull and self‐aligning bearing at the deck to achieve minimum friction for effortless sailing.

    MACHINERY

    Engine & gearbox:
    • Upgraded Yanmar 4JH80, 4-cylinder direct injection, common rail, turbo charged diesel engine producing 80hp @ 3,200rpm (standard engine is Yanmar 57hp)
    • Fresh water engine cooling via raw water intake and heat exchanger
    • Yanmar SD60 sail drive gearbox with 2.23:1 reduction ratio
    • Engine control panel and throttle/gear lever placed in starboard cockpit recess.
    • Engine control panel incorporates rpm meter, hour counter, acoustic alarm for oil pressure and cooling water temperature.
    • Engine is mounted to the hull structure using vibration reducing shock mounts.
    • The engine compartment is situated below the cockpit floor. Access is provided by removing side walls and companion way steps.
    • The engine room is sound insulated using insulation foam mounted into an aluminium acoustic barrier, to reduce noise and heat in the cabins.
    • There is also forced ventilation to reduce temperature and radiant heat.
    • The GRP engine support liner forms an enclosed engine room sump, which is separate from the rest of the boat, to make it easy to keep clean.

    Service & Maintenance:
    • Engine hours – approx. 540 as of end of 2023
    • Date of last engine service – July 2023

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • Flex-o-fold 3-bladed folding propeller
    • MaxPower CR70/12vDC retractable bowthruster
    • Twin GRP helm pedestals with instrument pods and 1000mm diameter Carbonautica black composite helm wheels with laminated teak rims

    ELECTRIAL SYSTEMS

    Voltage systems:
    • 12vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and 220v AC via shorepower or inverter.

    Battery Banks:
    • 3x 270Ah Super B Lithium (LiFePO4) service batteries joined in parallel to supply 810Ah @ 12vDC
    • Super B battery monitoring system for service battery bank
    • 1x 12vDC 70Ah engine start battery
    • 2x 12vDC bowthruster batteries

    Charging / Inverter:
    • Victron Energy Multiplus II combination battery charger and inverter with 130Amp charger output and 3,000w inverter - 2023
    • Remote control panel for charger/inverter at chart table

    Alternators:
    • Yanmar 12vDC 125Amp engine mounted alternator

    Other Electrical:
    • 220vAC shore power supply with internal ring main and 220vAC sockets throughout
    • Galvanic isolator
    • X‐Yachts main switch board with automatic (resettable) fuses
    • Simarine Pico digital touch panel with voltage and tank monitoring

    PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

    Fresh Water:
    • A pressurised hot and cold water system is used throughout the boat.
    • A 24-litre boiler is situated under port aft berth as standard.
    • Water can be heated using the engine, or with the 220vAC immersion heater when connected to shore power.

    Salt Water:
    • Seawater Tap with electric pump fitted in galley
    • Seawater Deck rinse with electric pump fitted in anchor locker

    Watermaker:
    • Dessalator DUO 12vDC/220vAC reverse osmosis watermaker producing approx. 60 litres per hour, installed under aft cabin berth.

    Bilge Pumps:
    • All bilges, with the exception of the engine room bilge, are piped through limber holes to a central sump above the keel.
    • This central sump is pumped out with a 30 litre/min automatic electric pump.
    • A 33 litre/min (@ 45 strokes/min) manual pump in the cockpit is also connected to this sump.
    • Sump pump alarm system

    Grey Water:
    • The galley sink drains directly overboard through flush skin fittings below the galley sole.
    • The sinks in the head compartments also drain directly overboard.
    • Showers in these compartments drain into local sumps and are pumped overboard.
    • An automatic switch is fitted (with manual override) to control the central sump pump.

    Seacocks:
    • Seacocks and through hull fittings are corrosion resistant brass "CR" and flush mounted

    Gas System:
    • The X4⁶ can accommodate up to two 6 kg aluminium bottles (European type) or two 10 lbs (US type) in the cockpit dedicated storage.

    TANKAGE

    Fuel:
    • Fuel is stored in a custom‐built aluminium tank, located below starboard aft berth. The tank is fitted with an inspection hatch, baffles, deck filler, breather and gauge. Total fuel capacity is 280 litres
    • Tank monitoring at nav station

    Fresh Water:
    • Fresh water is stored in a plastic tank mounted under portside sofa. The tank is fitted with inspection hatches, baffles, deck fillers, breathers and digital tank level gauge. Total water capacity is 350 litres.
    • Tank monitoring at nav station

    Holding Tanks:
    • Both Owner’s toilet and aft head toilet are drained into a local self‐draining 55 litre holding tanks which can be emptied using deck suction, or emptied through dedicated seacocks.

    NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

    In Cockpit:
    • B&G Zeus3s 12” chart plotter at starboard helm pedestal
    • Ipad mount at port helm pedestal
    • Furuno digital radar scanner mounted to side of mast above first spreader connecting wirelessly to Ipad display in cockpit.
    • 3x B&G Triton displays at companionway with wind, speed and depth transducers
    • B&G autopilot with control head at port helm pedestal
    • Silva 100B/H steering compass at port helm pedestal
    • B&G NAIS 500B transceiver

    At Chart Table:
    • Simarine battery monitor

    Communications Equipment:
    • B&G H90 VHF with DSC at nav station
    • B&G H50 wireless VHF handset for use in cockpit

    DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

    Galley:
    • ENO stainless steel gimaballed gas stove with 3 burners and oven
    • Bosch 220vAC stainless steel microwave oven (can be run via inverter)
    • 90 litre top-loading refrigerator with watercooled Danfoss / Secom compressor & Isotherm accumulator plate
    • Frigoboat MS 80 litre stainless steel front-opening refrigerator with ice cube compartment
    • Stainless steel sinks with hot & cold pressurised water supply and Grohe tap
    • Nespresso Citiz espresso maker mounted on sliding shelf integrated into cupboard

    Heads:
    • Tecma Elegance 12vDC salt water flush electric heads for forward and aft heads compartments
    • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies to both heads with showers (separate shower for forward heads)

    Heating & Ventilation:
    • Sirocco gimballed 12vDC ventilation fan in sleeping cabins

    Entertainment:
    • 32” LED TV mounted to main bulkhead in saloon
    • 2x B&O Bluetooth speakers

    Interior Lighting:
    • LED lighting throughout
    • White and red (night) courtesy lighting


    ACCOMMODATION




    Summary of Accommodation:
    • The X4⁶standard layout includes an Owner’s cabin with en‐suite and separated shower, two aft cabins and a main head on the starboard side and a forward facing chart table.

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Danish design and architecture are famous for their clean and timeless style. The X4⁶ interior is designed to work at open sea as well as moored. The utmost care has been taken to design the interior of the X4⁶. From the basic layout, to the smallest details, everything has been carefully chosen to ensure she is a perfect blue water cruising boat.
    • Pre‐selected, top grade Nordic Oak veneer throughout the yacht, hand polished and varnished to satin finish is standard.
    • In all cabins and saloon the freeboard is lined with white vinyl or fabric covered 6 mm panels.
    • White laminate bulkheads inside owners and aft head.
    • Floorboards of 19 mm marine plywood with imitated teak laminate and inspection hatches to access transducer, and seacocks.
    • The companionway staircase has got unvarnished teak steps.
    • Wooden handrails, matching with the furniture veneer are fitted by the entrance.
    • Wooden handrails alongside coach roof portlights in saloon
    • Spring Mattress with topper in Owner's Cabin
    • Camoan White Corian counters in galley
    • Natural cloth fleckless upholstery throughout with stain guard
    • Ocean Air skyscreens with flyscreens and blackout blinds

    Accommodation layout from Forward:

    Owner’s Cabin:
    • The Owner’s cabin features a large double centre berth (200 x 150 cm) with two large under berth drawers, under mattress storage operated with gas springs and night tables positioned either side of berth.
    • A double wardrobe (93 x 70 cm) to starboard features shelves, hangers, two drawers and two lockers.
    • A bookshelf on the forward bulkhead completes this cabin.
    • Upper cupboards fitted on freeboard.
    • The floorboards inspection hatch gives a good access to speed and depth transducers

    Owner’s Cabin Ensuite Heads:
    • The Owner’s en‐suite head compartment, located on port side, is fitted with an electric marina toilet, Chrome mixer faucet and a cupboard with mirrored door.
    • Dedicated shower compartment with Plexi glass doors and unvarnished teak floor with integrated electric sump pump with manual operating switch.

    Saloon:
    • The spacious saloon is flooded with light from coachroof portlights and deck hatches.
    • The large dining table can comfortably host 6 guests.
    • Seating consists of a spacious U‐Sofa.
    • The saloon dining table supported by stainless steel legs.
    • A long sofa (191 cm x 64 cm) is located on the starboard side with top access storage space under the cushion.
    • Backrest shelves behind the sofas each side.
    • Upper cupboards (bottom hinged doors) add more storage to the saloon.
    • Double pouf, fixable on floorboards with integral storage and gas-spring supported tops

    Nav Station:
    • Positioned forward of the aft head, navigation table (75x 58 cm) features ample space for charts and drawers underneath.
    • Upper locker top hinged gas‐strut supported doors elegantly hide the electrical switch panel, and optional instruments, for an easy access and a discrete presence.

    Galley:
    • Large L‐shaped galley (165 cm x 167 cm).
    • The large worktop is made out of Cameo white Corian as standard.
    • One double rectangular recessed stainless steel sink, single lever luxury mixer Grohe tap, and delivered with 2 white cutting boards in nylon.
    • Lockers also include a dedicated sliding shelf to accommodate the optional expresso coffee machine.
    • An ENO 3 burner gimballed oven is fitted as standard and can be covered when not in used for an increased work top surface area as an option.
    • Beside the oven, a 90 litre top loaded GRP cool box with 70 mm insulation, built in Isotherm SP accumulator plate is fitted with a saltwater‐cooled Danfoss/Secop compressor fitted under the galley.
    • An optional second fridge with a front opening is fitted in the galley.
    • Storage for cutlery, food and cooking equipment is provided in four deep drawers and other cooking equipment finds room under the oven.
    • More storage is found behind two horizontal Plexiglass sliding doors and inside the upper lockers for cutlery and food.
    • Two waste bins (respectively 30 and 19 litres) are mounted on sliders under the double sink.

    Aft Heads:
    • The standard aft head, located on starboard side is fitted with an electric marine heads.
    • Single lever luxury mixer Grohe tap, upper cupboard with mirrored door and towel hooks.
    • Shower

    DECK EQUIPMENT

    Rig:
    • John Mast aluminium anodised mast.
    • Keel-stepped Fractional rig with 3-sets of swept-back spreaders
    • Furler Boom T-20 infusion moulded monocoque glassfibre v-profile furling boom with carbon mandrel. – white painted
    • Mainsail track for furling boom system by X-Yachts Denmark
    • Recessed chainplates in bulwarks for shrouds
    • Stainless steel rod rigging - discontinuous with tip cups incl. racing Rod turnbuckels for V1's and D1's
    • Rod vang with spring ram
    • Backstay with Harken hydraulic adjuster
    • Furlex 304 TD sub-deck furling with under deck drum. Furling line led back to cockpit for easy handling
    • Ball bearing Blocks, at stainless steel mast collar for halyards, reef lines, vang and outhaul.
    • Deck organisers for halyards and control lines.
    • Lines led back to coachroof winches.
    • Spinlock stoppers for sheets & halyards.
    • 2:1 ‘Maxi‐style’ mainsheet system led to dedicated winches on each side of the cockpit in easy reach of the helmsman.
    • Standard self‐tacking jib track recessed into coachroof, sheets run under deck back to the halyard winch on the coachroof
    • Additional genoa sheet tracks on coachroof with towable cars – installed 2022
    • 6 x Mast steps fitted to Aluminium mast
    • Halyards in Dyneema SK78
    • Asymmetric spinnaker equipment including; 2 x Dyneema / Spectra sheets, 2x gennaker sheet blocks, 2x cleats for "parking" the sheets and 2x Wichard shackles mounted incl. 1:1 asymmetric tack line and tack block - 2022
    • Code 0 Halyard - DyneemaSK99, 10 mm, including mast block and large Spinlock halyard clutch (2:1)
    • Selden furler for Code 0 - 2022
    • Painted with vinyl wrapped Carbon Fibre Bow Sprit
    • 4x flip flop blocks
    • 6x outboard sheeting padeyes
    • The airdraft (excluding Windex) is 21.65m, 71.70’.

    Winches:
    • 2x Harken Performa 50.2 2-speed manual self-tailing genoa sheet winches
    • 1x Harken Performa 46.2 2-speed manual self-tailing port mainsheet winch adjacent to helm
    • 1x Harken Performa 46.2 2-speed electric self-tailing starboard mainsheet winch adjacent to helm
    • 1x Harken Performa 46.2 2-speed electric self-tailing port halyard winch at companionway
    • 1x Harken Performa 46.2 2-speed manual self-tailing starboard halyard winch at companionway

    Sails:
    • North Sails 3Di Ocean 700 in-boom furling mainsail with 5 full length battens 64sqm - 2021
    • North Sails 3Di Ocean 700 88% self-tacking jib with 3 vertical battens and UV protection 41sqm - 2021
    • North Sails Furling Code 0 96 m² with Selden furler – 2022
    • North Sails Gennaker with snuffer 163 m² - 2022

    General:
    • Electric drop-down bathing platform with remote control
    • Cockpit table with stainless steel legs and teak folding leaves
    • Flush deckhead hatches
    • Stainless steel bow pulpits with integrated LED navigation lights
    • Stainless steel stern pushpits with integrated mooring fairleads
    • Central aft pushpit with integrated LED stern light and space for MOB pack
    • Bathing ladder fitted on the aft central pushpit or on the transom face of the bathing platform
    • Flag holder to starboard
    • 10x 610 mm stainless steel stanchions and bases with double stainless steel wire guardrails, mounted on bulwarks
    • Stainless steel hand rails on top of coach roof
    • Stainless steel and teak passarelle
    • A deck shower with hot and cold water is fitted as standard in the cockpit.
    • Teak outboard bracket

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Stainless steel stem head fitting with roller
    • Quick 12vDC 1,500w reversing anchor windlass installed below deck with remote control handset
    • Quick windlass control with chain counter at starboard helm pedestal
    • 25kgs stainless steel Delta anchor with 50m of 10mm galvanised chain
    • Spare 25kgs stainless steel Delta anchor
    • Salt water deck wash in anchor locker
    • 6x Nomen folding mooring cleats
    • Fender and warps

    Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
    • Sprayhood with stainless steel frame
    • Forward cockpit bimini with stainless steel frame
    • Aft helm cockpit bimini with stainless steel frame
    • Cockpit cushions canvas covered, securely mounted by an alloy track and bolt rope
    • Helm wheel covers
    • Helm pedestal cover
    • Table covers
    • 2x halyard bags

    Water Toys
    • 2x X-Yachts inflatable SUP boards including railing mount

    SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

    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.

    Nav Lights:
    • LED navigation lights
    • LED steaming light combined with LED deck flood light

    Life saving:
    • Ocean Signal RescueMe 406Mhz EPIRB
    • 8-man valise liferaft
    • Life jackets
    • Horseshoe buoy with light

    Fire Control:
    • 4x 2 kg Powder fire extinguishers fitted throughout the yacht and
    • Fire port into engine room

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying Sardinia, Italy.

    Available to view strictly by appointment

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Lead Broker: Michele Antonini – Grabau International (Italia)
    Tel: +39 333 74 89 281
    Email: michele@grabauinternational.com

    Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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