YACHT DESCRIPTION: Xc 42, build number #62, commissioned 2012. White hull with dark grey hull stripes and 2.10m L-shaped keel. Standard aluminium mast and furling jib. Teak in cockpit, coachroof and side decks. Below decks she has three cabins, with two heads, classic layout with U-shaped galley and owner's v-berth forward. High level of cruising equipment.
OWNERS COMMENTS: The ultimate dream was to cruise on the Norwegian West coast and into the long fjords, be independent of marinas and anchor in idyllic fjords and at the small islands in the archipelago, all of which was achieved in 2014 aboard my Xc 42. The Xc model was an easy choice, because the focus from the start of the design was around yachts with long waterlines for best boat speed, extra high stability for safe and easy handling, and a large sail area for achieving boat speed in light airs. The Xc 42 with the high stability are very easy to handle in all conditions, I have sailed her in up to 30 kt TWS singlehanded over long distances and it has never letting me down, it is an extraordinarily safe and easy to handle yacht.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 4 in
LWL: 37 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 9 in
Lifelines with stainless steel stanchions mounted on the bulwark
Lifeline gates - mounted each side at max beam
Aft pushpits in stainless steel with teak battened seats and integrated LED stern light
Bow pulpit in stainless steel with integrated LED navigation lights
Anchor 25 kg Delta with upgraded length of 75 m x 10 mm galvanized chain
Electrical anchor winch 1500W - 12 V on deck
Mooring cleats in stainless steel mounted fore and aft; and amidships, including stainless steel protection rails
Pad eyes for safety harnesses mounted in cockpit
Windscreen - curved aluminium frame with toughened glass. Sprayhood in light grey canvas, fitted to top edge of windscreen.
Cockpit tent in light grey, canvas added to light grey sprayhood to enclose cockpit
Stern anchor - selftailing anchor winch (1000W) with 15 kg Bruce type anchor mounted on foldable anchor arm with 75 m lead anchor warp, including remote control
GRP locker in stb aft locker for the 75 m lead line for aft anchor
A frame in stainless steel with teak planking and tack attachment point for optional asymmetric spinnaker, designed to fit around the standard bow fitting
Bow boarding ladder in stainless steel
Teak outboard engine bracket mounted on aft pushpit
Davits to mount dinghy on transom.
Hand rail in stainless steel on forward end of cockpit table
Padeyes 2 pcs in each 2 cockpit lockers for fastening extra equipment
**Wheel crash bars in tubular stainless steel with instrument box for bow thruster control, bathing platform control, throttle control at port wheel
Mast & Rigging
Fractional double spreader, tapered silver anodized aluminium mast stepped on steel frame and specially designed for Xc 42
Silver anodized boom with 2 pcs single line reefing systems, internal boom outhaul purchase system and telescopic vang with outer purchase system, all lines back to cockpit.
Mast steps x 4
Tricolour mast head light including anchor light, LED, windex light
Aluminium spinnaker pole with long track that allows the pole to be stored at the mast and adjustable car on mast
Lazy Jacks mounted on mast and boom including hooks, cleats on mast and rope
Spinnaker pole topping lift.
** Code 1 halyard 2:1 SK92 spectra
** Spreader lights, illuminating an ellipse approx 3x5m on each side deck.
** S/S rod protection on mast for steaminglight and top of spinn pole
Keel consists of antimony hardened lead bulb bolted and glued to cast iron fin for high strength, low centre of gravity and comfortable sailing performance. Keel securely bolted to steel frame
Keel protected with epoxy and fibreglass
Standard draft of 2.10m
** Keel to hull join fibre glassed instead of the standard flexible sealant, for a perfect seal and finish - see picture.
** Rudder fitted closer to the hull than standard
First class craftsmanship characterises wooden interior with minimum number of visible screws
Pre-selected, top grade teak veneer throughout yacht, hand polished and varnished to satin finish
Bulkheads in various thickness bonded to hull
Bulkheads with teak surfaces, polished and varnished satin finish
GRP deck head liner with integrated light fittings
Floorboards of 20 mm marine plywood with imitated teak and Gaboon plywood inlay stripes and inspection hatches to access bilge
Spring mattress with mattress topper in owner's cabin
Higher than standard acrylic door in owners shower apartment
Leather in main cabin and seat in owners cabin - colour cream - condition excellent.
** Starboard cabin cabinet with custom storage for wine and water glass, tea cups, and plates - see picture.
** Stowage space under the floorboards for vegetables in galley
Seacocks and through hull fittings, naval bronze ball valve type, flush mounted
Fresh water in stainless steel tanks (503 l) below saloon sole. VDO analogue tank level gauge, inspection hatch and deck fill
Hot water tank Isotherm 40 l.
Holding tank, 60 l, with tank level watch fitted to both heads with self-draining outlet and deck outlet
Pressurized freshwater system for hot and cold water throughout yacht
Central bilge incorporated in keel structure
Electrical bilge pump with sensor and manual ON/OFF or automatic switch at Nav station
Manual bilge pump mounted in cockpit
Additional manual bilge pump mounted inside aft cabin with long hose
Deck shower fitted at bathing platform with hot/cold freshwater
Separate shower bilge pump for each heads
Fridge, Isotherm 85 litres front opened with ASU start-up technology and Secop/Danfoss cooling compressor fitted
Accumulator plate, Isotherm SP upgraded to Isotherm Magnum refrigeration unit that can cool and freeze
** Extra fine filter for coolingwater for Magnum freezer
Microwave oven with stainless steel front fitted in galley
Electrical gas switch with solenoid valve fitted to the standard gas installation
Fresh water outlet in anchor locker to rinse deck and anchor chain
Heating system - Eberspächer D5 with 6 outlets in saloon, cabins and aft & fwd head
12 V DC system throughout yacht
X-Yachts main switch board with 27 automatic fuses and 3 analogue VDO meters
12 V DC system for main engine installation
Combined deck and steaming light fitted
All cabling terminates in “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added safety
AGM batteries (total 520 Ah@12 V) securely mounted under main cabin sofa (4 x 130Ah)
Separate engine spiral-cell battery (55 Ah, 12 V) mounted near main engine for starting of engine and generator only
Shore power installation with 10 Amp shore power inlet socket mounted in cockpit. 230V AC distribution box with ground fault circuit breaker and 230 V AC socket mounted at navigation station
12 V halogen lights fitted for general purpose below deck throughout cabins
12 V outlet in aft cockpit locker
Mastervolt Charger and inverter 12V/2000W/100A including MICC controller
220V sockets - 5 (powered by shore power or inverter)
Galvanic Isolator to prevent stray current corrosion
Cockpit floor red LED lights red - 4 pcs
Electronics / Navigation Equipment / Entertainment
B&G H3000 base pack including 3 x instruments mounted in garage over companionway. GPS, speed, depth, temperature, wind vertical transducers
B&G CPU upgraded to Hercules system.
B&G Autopilot pack with 1 Ram T2-12 V, 1 x instrument mounted in centre console of cockpit table, 1 x pilot computer, 1 gimballed rate compass
B&G OP 40 Keyboard for the monitor to control the Zeus 12 from nav station in cabin
B&G Plotter 12” Zeus mounted in the centre console of the cockpit table
Polar diagram in input to B&G system
VHF with handset and loudspeaker mounted in the centre console of the cockpit table, VHF antenna in mast top , AIS Simrad NAIS 300 Class B, AIS antenna on lower spreader
Monitor at Nav station in cabin for Zeus 12 (colour quality not perfect)
Multimedia centre, AM/FM/CD/DVD fitted in main cabin near navigation station. Loudspeakers mounted in main cabin
LED, Samsung TV 32” fitted in main cabin, TV connected to Multimedia system
Engine & Fuel Tank
Main engine Volvo 55 HP 4 cylinder water cooled diesel engine with S-Drive
Engine Hours - 881 hrs (correct February 2016)
Special engine room with sound insulation ensures low noise level in yacht
Engine easily accessible for service from front through companionway steps and from side through removable panels in aft cabins
Upgrade of propeller to 3-bladed Gori
Engine control panel placed in starboard cockpit coaming. Engine throttle mounted on crash bar in front of port wheel, for ease of use.
Tank in aluminium for fuel in port aft cabin. VDO analogue level gauge, baffles, inspection hatches, separator incl. filter and shut-of valve and deck fill (220 l)
Bow Thruster & Generator
Bow thruster - Max Power Compact Retractable 12V (4,79 kW) with control at port wheel for ease of use.
** Bowtruster hatch fitted perfectly - see picture.
Fisher Panda generator 4800i, 4 kW fitted in service compartment behind main engine.
Generator hours - 88 hrs (correct February 2016)
All by North Sails in 2012. Serviced yearly.
Mainsail, Norlam Dyneema SRP75, 5 full battens and 2 reefs, overhead leechcord. Ronstan track on mast for compact stack height. Condition - Good.
Furling Jib, 108%, Dyneema, with painted UV leech protection and vertical battens. Condition - Good.
Gennaker G2 with snuffer. Condition - Very Good.
Code 1, kevlar with Ronstan code 1 furler system. Condition - Very Good.
Extra / Accessories
Freeboard fender protection in grey canvas
Forestay cover in grey canvas
Boom cover in grey canvas
Instrument cover for pedestals in grey canvas
Wheel covers in grey canvas
Cockpit table and instrument console cover in grey canvas
Polyester strap and galvanized shackle for centre point hoist.
RIB 2.7m with aluminium floor
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