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X-Yachts IMX 70
- Make X-Yachts
- Model IMX 70
- Year 2005
- LOA 70ft/21m
- Class Cruiser Racer
- Hull Carbon Fibre
- Keel Fin Keel
- Rig Sloop
- Engine Single Diesel
- Drive Sail Drive
- Layout Aft Cockpit
- Berths 7
- Cabins 4
- Ancasta Ref 39527
- Name XERES
OverviewBuilt in 2005, XERES was designed by Niels Jeppesen of X-Yachts and launched by the award-winning Green Marine.
The 70’ (21.40m) IMX-70 sailing yacht was built as a high-performance cruiser-racer and represents the finest in modern yacht design and technology.
This luxury sailing yacht has benefitted from significant yearly investments in a regular maintenance program, as well as upgrades. Her teak was fully reconditioned, and she will see new electronics installed throughout 2022.
An exemplary yacht, which offers owners a wealth of options going forward.
Year Built 2005
LOA 21.4m (70' 3")
Beam 5.37m (17' 8")
Draft 4.1m (13' 6")
Fuel 700 L (184.92 Gal)
Water 900 L (237.75 Gal)
Taxes Paid VAT Paid
Displacement approx. 28.000 kg
Year Construction began in May 2004 and she was launched in September 2005
Builder GREEN MARINE, U.K.
Exterior Design Niels Jeppesen
Interior Design Niels Jeppesen
Hull Carbon Composite
Engines 1x, Yanmar, 4LHA-HTP, 160 HP
Max Speed 11 Knots
Cruise Speed 9 Knots
HULL & DECK
Carbon hull and deck construction with carbon composite bulkheads and keel floor structures
The hull and deck were built in a female mould to ensure the highest quality finish.
Teak laid deck
Teak laid cockpit
Fold down bathing platform
Mast, rigging and Sail inventory
Hall Spars carbon mast
Carbon fibre furling boom
In boom furling main sail, 148 m2
110% Furling jib, 124 m2
Gennaker, 350 m2
Code One, furling, 190 m2
I 28,65 m
J 7,9 m
P 28,10 m
E 9,2 m
Genoa sheets run below deck
Winches serviced every year, vang cylinder refitted in 2015, backstay cylinder refitted in 2016
4 cabins and 4 head compartments
Teak veneers on the panels covering the yacht's carbon bulkheads. Teak veneers are, in X-Yachts' experience, the best option available since they contain oil and become a little lighter and more beautiful as they age.
Climma air-conditioning in all cabins, 65.000 BTU in total
Forced ventilation in all cabins and toilets
Galley with solid Corian work top, luxurious faucets, 4-burner gas stove and oven, micro wave oven, a built-in 225 litre top opening freezer, a built-in120 litre front opening Firigonautica fridge, extractor fan, etc.
Tecma silence toilets in head compartments
The 2 guest cabin have single berths with en-suite head and shower
Crew cabin in the bow
The very spacious owners cabin aft has a central large king-size bed, a beauty table, plenty of natural and artificial light, ample wardrobes, drawers and en-suite head with shower
Ocean Air blinds are integrated in the de deck head sealing panels
Pop up TV in saloon
Engine and Mechanics
Yanmar 4LHA-HTP, 160HP at 3300 rpm (new in 2017)
Engine hours approx. 80 engine hours
Cruising speed approx. 8 to 9 knots
Maximum speed approx. 10 to 11 knots at 3300rpm without the over speed (limited at 2000rpm)
Hurth HSW 450 A2 gearbox with Aquadrive coupling
Gori folding 3-blade propeller
Electronic gear shift and throttle control at each steering position
Max Power Retract R315 bow thruster
Engine control panel recesses into the cockpit coaming
The engine compartment below the cockpit is fully sound insulated using various materials and is accessible via starboard aisle just after the electrical switchboard.
Tanks and Water Supply
Fuel tank approx. 700 litre (+ day tank)
Water tank approx. 900 litre
Black water central tank
Hot Water 2 x 40l boiler plus a Quooker for boiling water in the galley
Water maker Spectra Newport 700, 24V with UV sterilizer.
Generator Whisper 12kVA ( new in 2016)
Generator hours approx.
12x Battery 2 volts providing 1000Amps in 24 volt (new in 2017)
2x Start battery, 180Amps for the engine and the generator
230V AC, sockets throughout the boat
24V AC Automatic change over system for safe switch generator, shore and inverter power
Timeless, elegant, clean and uncluttered deck with every feasible sailing control within reach of the helmsman.
Anchor launch system that makes it easier to anchor. The yacht's anchor is held in a deck recessed arm made of carbon. The arm is hinged and is brought forward by a hydraulic engine built into the bow.
Deck recessed spray hood dodger resting underneath teak decked carbon lids.
Recessed cockpit speakers and port lights
Deck recessed mooring winch with foot controls
Transom garage to accommodate a dinghy and other equipment
Carbon chain plates
Laminated and tinted hard glass port lights
Carbon flush deck hatches with stainless steel gas struts and locking devices
Foldable cockpit table
Navigation and Communication equipment
B&G Hercules full system
Simrad radar display at each steering position and navstation
Simrad VHF-DSC Class D
Sailor Iridium Sat phone
Computer with 17" Mermaid monitor plus a printer (built-in)
LED navigation lights
The navigation station is located at starboard of the companion way