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In order to combine performance and comfort, a yacht requires a high level of stability with a manageable sail plan. The foundation of X-612 is a highly developed composite keel which places the lead ballast low down in a hydrodynamically efficient flattened bulb. This very efficient keel form keeps to a minimum the flow of water from leeward to windward under the keel tip and allows for a high aspect-ratio form which reduces wetted surface. The result is a low drag - high lift keel which generates excellent righting moments for fast and stable sailing. The hull is built in full sandwich and employs the well known X-Yachts steel floor frame. Relatively fine forward sections run smoothly back to maximum beam, which is well aft. The wide aft sections generate optimum sailing waterline length and aid stability while contributing to improved downwind performance and ease of steering, even in heavy going. The wide stern sections also allow for two commodious aft cabins, and even the possibility of a garage in the stern for the storage of a 10 ft. RIB, which is offered as standard. Over the years there have been many "perfect solutions" to accommodation layout. When settling on the choice of interior layout and finish, the X-Yachts team took the very best features developed for smaller X-Yachts, and built these - plus much more - into the interior of the X-612. The result is an elegant harmony of interior and exterior design and finish. Top grade teak, ample storage space, fine laminated door frames, graceful curves and a subtle balance between open spaces for entertainment and practical sea going elements of design are brought together with a consistent attention to detail and quality. The result is an interior that allows for the often conflicting needs of entertainment in harbour and comfortable life at sea. The floorboards are split into relatively small sections allowing easy access to the bilge at important service sites such as tanks, pumps, heating and sanitary installations. Other features such as flush fitting door handles that don't snag clothes may seem like details but are nevertheless elements of the overall experience. The huge investment that X-Yachts made in tooling becomes immediately apparent upon inspection of the interior of the X-612. Features such as the FRP headliner with built-in halogen lights and shower cubicles with moulded sink units and built-in shower stools are both practical and attractive. Two very roomy aft cabins are separated by a large and well insulated machinery compartment designed to house a generator, watermaker, air conditioning pumps, and more. Each aft cabin has an en suite head and shower. At the heart of the X-612 is her spacious saloon with seating for the entire crew and guests around a large and beautifully finished table. The settee close to the center line is split into two units to allow easy access to the table for food and drinks. Another unique feature is the navigation station, which can seat four people on two settees which face each other over the nav table. Forward of the nav station is the galley, in which it is possible to prepare the most sophisticated dinners with all the conveniences of home at hand. There is an extractor fan built into the headliner above the stove and a large freezer with separate refrigerator. There is plenty of working surface, ample stowage of provisions and utensils, and two very practical deep sinks close to the yacht's center line. The galley is laid out in a way that makes it easy and safe for the cook to prepare meals under way. The owner's stateroom has been placed forward of the mast, away from the noise and disturbance of the action in the cockpit but far enough aft to be comfortable at sea. Forward of the owner's cabin is the owner's toilet, which has a separate shower room. Ahead of this compartment is the large sail locker equipped with fold down bunks and a head and sink for the crew. This can be accessed either from the deck through a large sliding hatch or through a watertight door in the owner's toilet. The deck layout is clean and logical. Worthy of note is the big cockpit where the whole crew can sit comfortably. It has built-in foot supports and an excellent view while sailing. The helmsman can either stand or sit, but either way the view forward is unrestricted. Another great feature of the X-612 is the large sturdy sprayhood which deploys easily from a recessed deck stowage bin. All the halyards, which run back to the cockpit, are hidden under the deck making the deck and coach roof of the X-612 a safe and easy place to work or relax. The deck layout works equally well cruising or racing and it is a testament to the unparalleled cruising and racing experience gained by X-Yachts over the years. The X-612 is perfectly balanced and pure joy to steer. When a gust hits and the boat heels, the helmsman retains full control of the boat. As a result of the configuration of rig and keel, the boat displays almost the opposite tendency to nose diving. When hard pressed to windward and the stern sections dig in and the bow rides slightly higher, the helm retains positive pressure and control, and the yacht simply climbs to windward. Going to windward in a good breeze the X-612 will sail at around 9.5 knots, at an angle of around 35-36 degrees to the wind. On a reach she will sail comfortably at well over 11 knots. Even if you have no interest in racing, there is no substitute for the feel of a well designed and built yacht sailing in perfect balance. The feel of the X-612 is one of a stable, solidly built yacht that was built to sail.
X-612 Specifications - Standard Equipment Construction - CE-Certification - The X-612 has been built in accordance with the European CE-Certification and meets the requirements of the CE directive 94-25-CE for recreational crafts - These rules require a certain minimum standard of hull and deck strength, structural bulkheads and stringer, keel and rudder and their attachment to the hull, safety and stability, engine installation, gas installation, seacocks, manuals and documentation of all major installations - The X-612 has been built in accordance with ABS Hull Certification Inspection by an ABS surveyor upon request Hull - Deck - Isophthalic polyester sandwich construction with biaxial, triaxial and quadaxial E-glass fabrics - Core material is 20-30 mm Divinycell of different densities - Solid laminate around keel, rudder, and at all through-hull fittings - Transom with port w- rigid bottom inflatable (2.8 m Rib Avon) Structural Bulkheads - Structural bulkheads are of marine plywood bonded to a 20 mm plastic honeycomb, varying in total thickness from 16-32 mm; securely bonded to both hull and deck Steel Floor Girder - Hot galvanized TPS steel sections - The frame takes up the loads from keel, mast, and rig - Central lifting hoist attachment Keel - 9.100 kg antimony hardened lead with cast iron top flange Antifouling - Hull surface mat sanded then treated with 3 layers of epoxy and 3 of antifouling paint Rudder - Bearing - Rudder blade hand-laminated triaxial E-glass - Rudder stock is tapered aluminum - Lower rudder bearing: 2 rows of needle bearings - Top rudder bearing: 1 row of needle bearings - Both rudder bearings contained in a special alloy frame system, allowing the short distance between upper and lower bearings, for the reason of the Rib "storage" below the cockpit Deck Equipment - Twin steering - two 115 cm diameter aluminum double spoked wheels covered with white leather - Two Suunto 165 mm compasses mounted on top of both wheel pedestals - Side chainplates connected to bottom frame - Forestay chainplate and bow fitting with double bow roller and loop for headsails - Backstay chainplates - Padeyes for runners, spinnaker blocks and pole downhaul block - Black anodized aluminum toe rail - Four s-s fairleads on each side - Twelve s-s stanchions with bases - One gate on each side - Pulpit with red and green navigation lights - Two pushpits, flagpole holder, stern navigation light - Double s-s lifelines - S-S bathing ladder - Teak-laid deck in cockpit, on cockpit seats, cockpit floor, and aft seats - Six s-s mooring cleats - 1500 W Lofrans - Falcon electrical anchor winch with remote control unit - Four 20 mm x 16 mm mooring warps - 1-2" kedge line, 30 m - 30 kg Bruce kedge anchor - Two genoa sheet tracks 600 cm x 32 mm - Two fixed genoa car fairleads with stop buttons - Two genoa car fairleads with double Toulon ball bearings, adjustable under load - Two Antal V-Grip 12 mm stoppers for genoa car, adjustable underload - Twelve Antal Maxi V-Grip stoppers (or similar) - Genoa sheet winches: 2 x Harken B74.3 STA - Secondary winches: 2 x Harken B64.3 STA - Halyard winches: 2 x Harken B56.2 STA - Runner winches: 2 x Harken B48.2 STA or similar - 6 x 10" double handles with lock - Main sheet 1 x 12 mm 65 m Spectra - Genoa sheets w- 3 locks 2 x 16 mm 30 m Spectra - Genoa car adjustment 2 x 10 mm 34 m Spectra - Cunningham line 1 x 10 mm 06 m Poly - Fenders white 6 x 300 mm (air filled rubber) Portlights: Lewmar Atlantic - 2 x Lewmar size 4, opening 197 x 710 mm - 10 x Lewmar size 4, opening 193 x 649 mm - 6 x Lewmar size 3, opening 193 x 451 mm Deck hatches: Lewmar Ocean - 3 x Lewmar size 70, 695 x 695 mm - 1 x Lewmar special 515 x 695 mm - All aluminum deck hardware winches, toe rails, tracks, blocks, frames surrounding hatches, portlights are black anodized - Cockpit table: (removable) with self-draining icebox - Sprayhood, blue canvas, housed in built-in deck storage - Mast - deck collar with integrated deck blocks and halyard parking - 2 Dorade vents in front of mast protected by s-s hoop - Drained anchor box forward with s-s hinges and lock - 4 Cockpit lockers with s-s hinges and locks - 4 S-S handrails at companionway and on coachroof - S-S anchor chain fitting with double rollers - Space in cockpit for autopilot panel, protected by Plexiglas Engine Installation - Fresh water cooled 110 hp, 4-cylinder diesel Yanmar 4 LH 2-D diesel engine, 80 amp alternator - 35 mm Diameter s-s shaft - Greased inner bearing - 600 mm 3-bladed folding Gori Propeller - Diesel tanks: 1 x 260 l, 1 x 360 l, 1 x 170 l consumption s-s tanks, baffles, deck fills, and shutoff valves - Engine instrument panel integrated into cockpit coaming and protected by Plexiglas - Single lever controls integrated in both SB and port coamings Mast and Rigging - Sparcraft - X-Yachts silver anodized 3-spreader tapered mast (masthead) - Windex with light, steaming light, and deck light - Silver anodized boom, tapered at both ends, track and car for outhaul (1:8 purchase internal) and 2 reefs with stoppers - Navtec hydraulic pump station system 5 with multifunction operating the double ended permanent backstay, vang, and babystay - Spinnaker pole and fittings upon request Standing Rigging - Discontinued rod rig, rod forestay, rod permanent backstay, wire babystay - Wire runners Running Rigging - 1 Spinnaker halyard, 2 genoa halyards, 1 main halyard - Spectra halyards with shackles spliced on Fresh and Sea Water System - Hot and cold pressure fresh water in s-s tanks (2 x 330 l, 1 x 40 l) - The hot water system is heated by shorepower 110V and engine cooling water (Capacity 40 l, temperature 80EC) - Sea water inlet through seacocks for galley, cooling and toilet flushing - Electrical pump for sea water at galley sink Electrical System - 3 digital readouts for tankage, electrical power consumption and charging - Thermo fuses - 2 x 70 AH main engine start batteries - 10 x 70 AH service battery - 6 kW 2-cylinder diesel generator (Fisher Panda), in insulated box - Engine based 80 amp - 12V alternator - Engine based 60 amp - 24V alternator - Charger: 1 x 24V 75 A Mastervolt Mass - Charger: 1 x 12V 15 A Mastervolt IVO - Converter: 1 x 24V - 110V 1000 W Mastervolt Mass - Shore socket located aft - Circuit breakers thermo and short circuit on shore supply, switchboard mounted breakers for hot water, accommodation power and battery charger - 110V sockets in each cabin and in the galley, supplied from the converter - 110V plug for oven supplied from shore power and generator - Sufficient low consumption halogen lighting throughout the interior and two chart table lights - Lighting in engine compartment - Footlight throughout the main cabin - Deck floodlight and two compass lights - Separate red and green bow navigation lights - Steaming light Bilge - Bilge Pumps - Two manual bilge pumps: one in cockpit leading from keel sump, one under aft cabin berth - Automatic electric bilge pump (with acoustic alarm) leading from the center keel sump - 4 separate electric bilge pumps draining toilet - showers Accommodation - The yacht's wooden interior constructed in teak with hand-polished satin finish - All joinery carried out in accordance with the best yacht practice (minimum of visible screws), and carefully designed to show off the fine wooden interior - The inner lining has integrated dome halogen spotlights - All windows and hatches have curtains and blinds - Handrails are fitted throughout - Interior flooring is light construction teak with holly stripes - with core of 20 mm plastic honeycomb - Entrance sliding hatch 15 mm Plexiglas - Entrance washboard: 12 mm Plexiglas - Entrance ladder: curved laminated teak hung on molded GRP unit - Lower part hinged for easy access to batteries - front of engine Main Cabin - Port - Two wardrobes, large sofa, two settees surrounding oval table with built-in bar - The lockers behind the large sofa are equipped to take bottles, glasses, and books - Freeboard lining: teak battens Main Cabin Starboard - Navigation compartment with ample space for modern navigation - communication equipment and the yacht switchboard - Navigation table has two seats - working stations - One for the navigator with electrical switch panel for navigation instruments and communication - The other has electrical switch panel for yacht's service facilities - Ample chart table space - Locker for navigation equipment Galley - Forward of the navigation station is the very functional galley designed for offshore operation - 140 l front opening electric refrigerator - 180 l top-opening self-draining cool box for deep freeze - refrigeration - Gimbaled s-s gas oven with 3 burners - Above the oven is an electric cooker hood integrated in the GRP head liner (where equipment choices can be installed, e.g. microwave oven, color TV, video, stereo, CD - cassette player, radio) - Two large, deep s-s sinks with mixer taps for fresh water - Pressurized sea water with tap - Ample space above and below work tops for food and galley equipment - There is additional food and drink storage space beneath both settees and there is a larder under the floor in the galley Aft Cabins - Two large cabins with own head - shower facilities - Double berth, wardrobe and locker with shelves, large shelf outboard, freeboard lining: teak battens Owner's Cabin - Port: large sofa with fixed table; wardrobe, lockers and shelves above sofa - Freeboard lining: teak battens - Starboard: large double bed with night table and wardrobe - Lockers and shelves above the double bed - Drawers below owner's bed Head - Showers (GRP Units) - Aft cabin heads: two heads - one in each side with shower mixer tap, flushing toilet; front opening lockers with mirrors, paper holder, towel hook; s-s handrail, s-s sink, teak grating - Beneath the teak grating an electric pump draws water from the shower outboard via through-hull fitting Owner's Head - One head with mixer taps for sink and shower, flushing toilet, lockers, paper holder, towel hook; s-s handrail; s-s sink; teak grating - Beneath the teak grating an electric bilge pump draws water from the shower outboard via through-hull fitting - Separate shower compartment with entrance from the head Cushions - Cushions made from 2 different density layers of high-quality compressed foam - Standard upholstery: viscose - polyester - Alcantara or leather options available Sail Locker - Crew's Cabin - Forward of the owner's head compartment, separated by a watertight sandwich bulkhead is the sail locker - crew's quarters - Two hinged frame bunks, sink and toilet for professional crew - Freeboard in crew cabin is lined with nylon pockets for crew's personal gear Fire Extinguishers - Four dry powder fire extinguishers - each 2 Kg - and one carbon dioxide extinguisher Included Extras - Storage for 8-10' Avon rigid bottom inflatable below cockpit with opening electric stern port and recessed swim ladder - 8' White Avon rigid bottom inflatable - Bottom treatment: 3 coats epoxy and 2 coats antifouling white - Deck recessed large dodger with cover X-612 Optional Equipment - Alcantara or leather upholstery - White vinyl cockpit cushions, 2.5" thick - Shower mounted on swim platform (cold & hot water) - Secondary winches upgraded to Harken B74.2 STA - electric - Furling forestay Reckmann (removable drum) R40 - Chainplates and halyard for inner forestay - Trackless battcar for mainsail - Frederiksen 200 - Lazyjacks for mainsail, mounted - Teak deck on center of deckhouse - Teak on side decks - Lifting strap with shackle for single point hoist - Holding tank with deck fitting, level monitor and overboard pump (owners head) - Holding tank with deck fitting, level monitor and overboard pump (each aft heads) - Electric macerator pump instead of hand pump in heads - Hull in color other than white Raytheon St 60 Package Functions at chart table: - 1 Tridata, knot meter - depth sounder - trip - 1 Navcenter 620 w- GPS transducer Over sliding hatch: - 3 maxiview repeater At each wheel: - 1 analog wind with long transducer arm - 1 autopilot 7000 graphic display