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Posted by X-Yachts GB on 14-05-2019
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Description

X-362 Sport, build number # 131,commissioned in 2000.  White hull with 2.25m L-shaped keel.  Standard aluminium mast. Teak in cockpit, and transom step.  Below decks she has two cabins, with one heads, classic layout with L-galley and owner's berth forward.

 

Owners Comments:

We bought Xotic in 2003 from X-Yachts in Hamble, she had less than 1000 miles on the log, some of the sails were still in their plastic bags, she had hardly been used.  Since then she has lived on a swinging mooring in Salcombe harbour in the summer and has come out of the water and lived on the hard from October until March on her own cradle, covered up with an all over custom cover.  When we first bought her, we raced her locally in Dartmouth Torquay and Plymouth, with considerable success, she has had her IRC certificate endorsed and currently rates 1.003 for 2018.  She has cruised mainly west country, Channel Islands and northern France with odd trips to the Solent.  She has not been used a lot and has 9860 miles on the log and 524 hours on the engine, the engine has been serviced every winter, hull polished and antifouled, she was stripped of antifoul 8 years ago, epoxied and antifouled with VC offshore. She has had the sail drive seal replaced and standing rigging was replaced winter 2016, running rigging is replaced as required.  All the equipment on her is top notch, one advantage of the owner owning the local chandlery shop.  Main reason to sell her is to get a bigger boat with more cruising capacity.

 

For a full PDF specification or to arrange a viewing please contact Stuart Abernethy at X-Yachts (GB) LTD.

Phone: +44(0)23 8045 3377

Email: [email protected]

 

Additional Information:  X-Yachts (GB) Ltd. offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his surveyor to investigate such details. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Year of Manufacture

2000

Engine Size (HP)

18

Engine Hours

500

Drive Type

Sail Drive

Fuel Type

Diesel

Topside Colour

White and navy

Deck Colour

Teak in cockpit

Phone Number

+44(0)23 8045 3377

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About Boats For Sale

Simple and easy to use this dedicated Irish and UK boats for sales site offers you an uncluttered and comprehensive selection of yachts, motorboats, dinghies, sportsboats, canoes and tenders for sale.

Select the category of boat you wish to browse and click away to find your next boat. If you're selling a boat, register and place your ad for as little as €10, adding your boat is easy and we welcome your feedback.

Disclaimer

This website offers the details of vessels and services on this site in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessels. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires to be validated. Vessels advertised here are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.