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495,000 | Port Hamble United Kingdom
- Make X-Yachts
- Model XP44
- Year 2014
- LOA 44ft/13m
- Class Cruiser Racer
- Hull Foam Core Epoxy
- Keel Fin Keel
- Rig Sloop
- Engine Single Diesel
- Drive Sail Drive
- Layout Aft Cockpit
- Berths 10
- Cabins 3
- Aft Cabins 2
- Ancasta Ref 33915
- Name Warrior Won
"Warrior Won" is a really special example of the timeless Xp44 design.
Built in 2014 and still with her first owner, she has been used for both racing and cruising alike.
In the latter years, the racing optimization and upgrade story was really accelerated and the boat has been developed far beyond the factory spec "Sport" pack that she originally started out with.
A full time captain has been with the boat for the duration and a no-expense spared attitude from the owner, has kept her looking fresh out the box.
A very lightly used cruising inventory and a huge array of high spec racing sails, means "Warrior Won" really is the perfect all-rounder.
X Performance yachts are built using the latest construction technologies, with a vacuum-infused epoxy and locally carbon reinforced hull.
At the heart of every X-Yacht is the keel grid structure. X-Yachts pioneered the galvanised keel hull girder back in 1981, which offers superb reassurance and safety as it enables hulls to withstand extreme shock loads from grounding at near maximum hull speed. In the Xp models carbon fibre replaces the previous steel. Carbon tapes are incorporated throughout the keel floors, an integral part of the Xp 44 hull liner, for improved rigidity and resilience with reduced weight. The hull liner is in turn bonded securely to the hull surface.
Composite Chain plates Reinforcement in the rig attachment area utilities a combination of uni-directional and multi-axial fibres to effectively transmit the loads into the hull shell. Thanks to the non-overlapping sail plan the chain plates are moved to the shear line, giving a wider shroud base and allowing the vertical loads to be absorbed by the hull in the same plane as the reinforced topsides, removing the need for tie rods and eliminating flex in the side decks.
"Warrior Won" is fitted with the deep keel fin (2.65m) option, fabricated from cast Iron, with a lead "T" bulb.
Each XP44 bulb and fin are encapsulated with a fibre glass skin and post-cured to prevent corrosion and create a perfectly symmetrical, smooth keel section.
She also benefits from the upgraded Carbon mast and boom option from Southern Spars.
"Warrior Won" is finished with white topsides in fantastic condition and a recently anti-fouled bottom.
This version presents as fantastically and is a real testament to the owner and full-time boat captain.
"Warrior Won" is fitted with the top end mast, boom and rigging package from Southern Spars, finished in high-gloss.
2 spreader configuration with rod standing rigging.
- Deep panel boom with internal main sheet.
- Racing running rigging package throughout.
- New Backstay 2019
- 2 x Bowsprits (Racing and cruising)
- Tuff Luff forestay
- Sprung loaded vang.
- Spinnaker pole track on front face of mast.
- 2 x masthead halyards.
- 2 x fractional halyards.
- Staysail halyard.
- External Antal mast track for main cars.
- Masthead wand and windex.
- Masthead tri-color light.
Form meets function with the Xp 44 deck layout, which balances clean lines and minimalist style, with usability, safety and security.
Attractive teak decking is fitted as standard and Warrior Won has the upgrade option with the teak coverings to include side decks and coach roof.
The stylish finish is complemented by concealed passages for halyards, sheets and trim lines, together with flush fittings and details such as the folding Nomen mooring cleats.
Ergonomics for both cruising and racing have been carefully considered, with the centre console functioning as a handy foot chock for crew sitting on the cockpit benches, whilst the width of the bulwark varies along the length of the yacht to improve the comfort of a ‘hiking’ race crew and ensure aesthetically pleasing lines.
The Xp 44 offers three comfortable double cabins providing ample accommodation for friends, family or crew. It features the unique and innovative Xperformance sliding chart table as standard, which provides flexible seating in the spacious saloon, accommodating both a secure forward-facing navigation station whilst underway and additional sofa seating for
comfortable entertaining when in port.
The Xp 44 is also offered with a fixed aft facing navigation station with drawer storage beneath and extended sofa seating. Other options include spacious free board shelves
or pipe cots in the symmetrical aft cabins.
Two heads are provided on Warrior Won and a lot of care and attention has been paid to preparing the boat for racing, with multiple crew storage canvasses throughout the boat.
An "L" shaped galley area acts as a central focal point for the saloon, with twin sink and double gas burner with gimbling oven.
Many of the interior creature comforts have been removed from Warrior Won over her lifetime as the owner focused purely on racing. Therefore many of these items are in excellent condition and the boat really is just as capable as a racer, as she is a cruiser, with a similar high level of specification throughout both options.
Warrior Won is fitted with a racing package of deck hardware, mostly from Harken.
She has upgraded winches throughout and one powered winch in the pit area (currently decommissioned).
Other extra items include:
New B&G H5000 System 2019
B&G mast bracket with 4 x repeaters.
3 x B&G instruments on coachroof, with Zeus plotter.
New House Batteries 2019 powering a full 12v on board circuit.
Interior lighting throughout.
Safety equipment to CAT 3 offshore regs, including life rafts etc.
Raymarine radar system with custom mounting.
High/ Low cradle for shipment.
Assorted spares or running rigging and hardware.
All the usual racing refinements to a high spec.
All North Sails
Two Reef Main 3di Raw 2017
Three Reef Main 3di Raw 2017
J1 3di Raw 2019
J1 3di Raw 2017
J2 3di Raw 2019
J2 3di Raw 2017
J3 3di Raw 2018
J4 3di Raw 2017
Jib Top 3di Raw 2019
Genoa Staysail 3di Raw 2019
Spin Staysail 2019
Fractional Jib Top 3di Raw 2017
Fractional Reaching Zero 2018
Code 0 2017
Dacron Cruising Main
Dacron Cruising Jib