2000 X-Yachts 42' (12.80 m) X-412
New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States
Vixen is a perfectly maintained yacht, ready to go for its next owner to cruise The X-412 is a large sailboat designed by the maritime architect Niels Jeppesen in the early nineties. A few hundred boats have been produced. The X-412 is built by the Danish yard X-Yachts A/S.
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: XYA41180I001
Vixen is a perfectly maintained yacht, ready to go for its next owner to cruise
The X-412 is a large sailboat designed by the maritime architect Niels Jeppesen in the early nineties. A few hundred boats have been produced. The X-412 is built by the Danish yard X-Yachts A/S.
The hull is made of fiberglass. Generally, a hull made of fiberglass requires only a minimum of maintenance during the sailing season. The hull is a double hull which improves the indoor climate. Especially when the water is colder than the air in the cabin, then the double hull insulates against cold water and reduces the condensation water in the cabin.
The interior is like most other boats made of teak. The boat has 3 cabins, 6 berths, 1 work room, a galley, and a toilet facility.
No wood/varnish is to be maintained on the outside of the boat
The boat is equipped with a masthead rig. The advantage of a masthead rig is its simplicity and the fact that a given sail area - compared with a fractional rig - can be carried lower and thus with less heeling moment.
The boat can only enter major marinas as the draft is about 7 ft dependent on the load.
X-412 is equipped with an inboard diesel engine
LOA: 42' 4'' (12.90 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
LWL: 34' 3''
Draft Max: 6' 10''
Single Berths: 5
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 60 Gallons (227.12 Liters)
Fresh Water: 58 Gallons (219.55 Liters)
Ballast Weight: 7700 lbs
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- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 3JH2-CE
- Engine Year: 2000
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 39.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 2797.00
- Engine Location: Middle
Manufacturer Provided Description
The X-412 is X-Yachts' bid for the complete cruiser-racer in the 40- to 45-foot class. Speed, ease of handling, and unsurpassable accommodations were the key concepts during the development of this elegant yacht. A classic example of the experience X-Yachts has gained from countless races around the world, this yacht satisfies all demands, whether the requirement be family sailing or racing. Weight distribution, scantlings, the layout of halyards and winches, everything is harmoniously combined, giving a functional, easy-to-handle yacht. The interior ceiling is a completely new inner lining, with small, built-in spot lamps in the silk-mat surfacing. Luxurious woods and textiles are used throughout. The port side includes a functional galley with ample table space, a propane stove, a cooler box, two sinks with pressurized water, and several easily accessible cupboards. There is space for six to eight people in the molded sofas around the oval table. The X-412 has a single double cabin aft and one double forward cabin. There are closets with clothes hangers and shelves in all cabins. On the foredeck, ringdeck, and in the cockpit, there is ample space, so the yacht is both comfortable and safe, whether at sea or in the harbor. The cockpit lockers can be held open with small levers, while the aftermost locker also serves as an integrated helmsman's seat, giving good balance even while heeled. A bathing platform is discreetly built into the transom, so the X-412 can retain its elegance, seen from behind. Each piece of equipment is chosen from the most respected manufacturers in an attempt to ensure years of trouble-free sailing and enjoyment.
Sail Area and sails
- Working Sail Area: 830.00 sq ft
- Included man sail, jib and spinnaker
- Carbon spin pole
- I: 54.33 ft
- J: 15.91 ft
- P: 51.67
- E: 15.42
- S.A. Fore 432.20 sq ft
- S.A. Main: 398.38 sq ft
- Forestay length Est. 56.61 ft
- Quantum Carbon main sail (Approx. 3 years old)
- Quantum Dacron jib 102% (Approx. 5 years old)
- Spinnaker and sheets and guys
- Hull Type: Fin w/bulb &spade rudder
- Masthead sloop
- LOA: 44 ft
- LWL: 34.25 ft
- Sail area as built 831.00 sq ft
- Beam 12.83 ft
- Displacement: 16,280 lb
- Ballast: 7,700 lb
- Max draft: 6.83 ft
- Ballast: Lead
- First built 1990
- Last built: 2003
- Hulls build: 252
Engine and Genset
- Yanmar Diesel
- Fuel tank (2) 60 gal (Cross-over pump)
- Fisher Panda Gen Set 8kw
- One Start battery
- Three Gel Cell batteries
- Inverter charger
- 30 amp. shore power connection
X-412 Specifications - Standard Equipment Construction - CE-Certification - The X-412 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, sea cocks, manuals and documentation of all major installations Hull - Deck & Hull - Deck Joint - Hull as well as deck are in hand laid E-glass reinforced on special high-stress areas with triaxial fiberglass in connection with a sandwich laminate using hard compressed Divinycell 20 mm as core material - Solid laminated around the keel reinforcement girder system, the engine install, the propeller, the rudder bearings as well as in connection with all through-hull fittings - Hull surface outside is made of white gelcoat with 3 blue waterlines & sheer line molded into the freeboard - Deck reinforced around and under all deck hardware fittings with marine plywood instead of the hard compressed Divinycell foam in a thickness of 15-20 mm - Surface of deck outside is white gelcoat and the non-skid areas on side decks are white, when ordered without teak-laid deck - Hull and deck are glued together with a special polyester resin and are bolted together for each 100 mm with a 8 mm s-s screw with washer and nut Bottom Reinforcement - Mast Frame - The floor construction is a heavy welded bottom frame with keel floors, mast floors, lifting strap securing lugs made of TBS steel sections, longitudinally connected with same material - The floor construction is heat galvanized and glassed into solid laminate Keel - The antimony hardened lead keel, with cast iron top with a very low center of weight - The keel is fixed with s-s bolts - The surface of the keel is protected with one layer of GRP and filler Rudder - Steering - Emergency Tiller - Compass - The rudder blade is laminated in triaxial fiberglass - The rudder stock is a solid aluminum rudder stock, tapered at both ends for strength and weight saving - The upper rudder bearing is roller bearing for minimum resistance - The wheel steering is type Whitlock with a rack and pinion system, the wheel diameter 150 cm, covered with leather - On top of the pedestal is a Ritchie compass - For safety, the yacht is delivered with a spare tiller to be mounted on top of the top rudder bearing Structural Bulkheads - Main structural bulkheads are of marine plywood - 24 x 12 mm securely bonded to the hull and deck Chainplates - Bow Fitting - Side chainplates are of stainless steel bolted through to the transverse main bulkhead - Chainplate permanent backstay stainless steel bolted through to the longitudinal bulkhead - Stainless steel bow fitting bolted through the reinforced solid GRP bow with integral double anchor roller, headsail loop and attachment for headstay and base for bow pulpit - Chainplate for babystay supported by the longitudinal bulkhead - Padeye chainplate for running backstay Bilge - Bilge Pumps - In keel a deep bilge - The steel girder floor is with limber holes to allow all water to be assembled in the bilge - A hand operated bilge pump is mounted for operation in the cockpit to meet the demands of "special regulations" together with an electrical bilge pump with a manual switch Engine Install - Yanmar 3 JH2CE 3 cyl. diesel engine - S-Drive install and a 430 mm folding propeller - 129 liters s-s diesel tank with deck fill, separator, shut off valve - Extra diesel tank on request - Engine instrument panel (led into the cockpit coaming) with RPM meter, temp. meter, low pressure, and high temp. alarm, and starting switch - Rail - Bathing Ladder - A black anodized aluminum toe-rail with 3 fairleads in each side for moorings - 10 stainless steel stanchions bases are attached to the toe-rail - One 3 leg pulpit with nav light - Two 3 leg pushpits with stern light and flag holder - Double s-s lifelines passing through the stanchions - Height according to ORC requirements - Stainless steel folding bathing ladder through-bolted on transom Windows - Portholes - Hatches - Sliding Hatch - Washboard - 2 fixed windows in cabin trunk of bolted alloy framed Plexiglas - 4 portholes in cabin trunk - 4 portholes in cockpit seats - 1 x 12 mm curved sliding hatch of Plexiglas in a GRP garage - 1 x 650 x 650 mm skylight at cabin top - 4 x 400 x 250 mm skylights at cabin top - 1 x 12 mm Plexiglas washboard Basic Mast - Boom- Rig - Halyards - Reefs - Kick Vang - The basic mast is a silver anodized triple spreader tapered mast - The mast head is of cruiser type with Profurl headstay allowing easy mounting of furling headstay system - Standing rigging, discontinued rod rig, with bronze bottle screws - Includes main halyard and 2 genoa halyards - Spinnaker halyard, steaming light, Windex with light, tube for additional electric top equipment, track for spinnaker pole - The mast is prepared for one extra spinnaker - Boom with outhaul, and 2 reefing lines - Mechanical adjustable high-power kick vang - Rod kicker type - Adjustment from cockpit - All halyards, reefs, and control lines led to two winches on cabin top, operated from cockpit - Babystay adjustment: Wichard Pelikan adjuster - Permanent backstay adjuster, hydraulic type Navtec operated with pump handle - 2 running backstays - Profurl furling system - reefing system Blocks - Lewmar racing, Frederiksen ball bearing blocks and OH Blocks - 12 foot blocks around mast for halyards, reefs and control lines - 2 x 5-double foot blocks on cabin top for same - 4 x double blocks for runners Tracks - Cars - 2 x 4300 x 30 mm for genoa - 1 x 1500 x 30 mm for mainsail - 1 ball bearing car for mainsheet - 2 stop Teflon sliding car for genoa fair lead - 2 sliding Teflon cars - genoa fairleads adjustable from cockpit Winch Stoppers - 10 winch stoppers, type Easymatic or similar for halyards, reefs, babystay, Cunningham and kick line on cabin top - 5 in each side Winches & Winch Handles - Primaries - genoa sheets: 2 x Halyards: 14 mm Additional Deck Equipment - Mast ring with eyes for halyard blocks - 8 s-s padeyes for safety harnesses, spinnaker guy, sheets and spinnaker pole downhaul Sheets - Fenders - Anchor - Anchor Warp - 4 fenders white - 1 anchor warp with lead insert 30 cm - 1 x 12 mm mainsheet - 2 x 12 mm genoa sheets - 2 x 10 mm runners - 1 x 10 mm Cunningham - 2 x 08 mm mainsheet traveler adjustment - 2 x 08 mm genoa car adjustment - A bow anchor of type Bruce weight 10 kg Fire Extinguishers - Pressurized cold fresh water system - Water outlets in the head and galley sink - Shower units in the head - Freshwater tank (220 liters capacity) with deck-mounted deck fill - Double s-s sink in galley - Hot water on request Head Equipment - - Main switchboard X-Yachts custom made, indication diodes, amp- and volt meters, and fuel tank level meter provided - 12 V DC system throughout the boat - Batteries; 1 x 70 AH main engine battery - 2 x 70 AH service batteries - Navigators light at chart table - Approx. 15 lights of different types, ex. dome light, fluorescent light, reading light, etc. are placed in the boat - Pair bow lights red - green, stern light white, steaming light white, Windex light white, compass light Interior Accommodation - All bulkheads, berth fronts, and backrests are fixed to hull and deck on both sides - All surfaces are high-quality marine teak plywood varnished and oiled to obtain a satin type surface - Solid laminated teak frames and trim - All doors are provided with lock fittings - Teak floors in heads with access to bilge - Bulkheads in heads are white - Floorboards are in teak and holly stripes mat varnished Galley - 2 s-s sinks, pressure cold water, and insulated GRP icebox with the cooling compressor mounted - Galley provided with 2-burner gimbaled stove with oven - Stowage for propane tanks - Lots of shelves, Plexiglas sliding doors, drawers etc. Cushions - High-quality compressed foam with different upholstery - see samples - Curtains for deckhouse windows are standard X-412 Optional Equipment - Bottom treatment: 3 coats epoxy and 2 coats antifouling white - Automatic switch for electrical bilge pump - - Spinnaker equipment with spinnaker pole (carbon fiber), sheets, guys, sheet blocks, snatch blocks, snap shackles, mast track, and fitting - Frederiksen ballslide system for main battens - Foldable mast step - Dodger on hoop in gray canvas with cover - Lifting strap with shackle for single point hoist - Shower mounted near swim platform - Anchor windlass - 1000 watt - including hand control and overload relay - Ardic 5-gallon hot water tank w- 110 V electric cartridge, connected to the cooling water of the engine - Shore power mounted on swim platform with two 110 V outlets at navigation station, breaker switch with 60 amp. battery charger - Holding tank with deck fitting, level monitor, and overboard pump (forward head) - Holding tank with deck fitting, level monitor, and overboard pump (aft head) - Electric macerator pump - Instruments (all mounted) - Nexus knot meter - wind speed - direction autopilot with the panel in cockpit - Furuno GPS navigator
- Combo washer dryer
- Tank Safety Propane tank locker
- Main halyard electric winch
- Two burner stove/oven
- Cold plate refrigeration
- Aft workroom with tools and plenty of spares
- Life sling - man overboard rescue device
- Staysail rigging and sail
- Anchor Windlass
- Propane (Canaster) grill on the aft rail
- Winslow four-man life raft
- Outboard engine bracket and life on the aft rail
- Dodger, Bimini, and main sail cover
- CD player / AM/FM
- Two salons and two cockpit speakers
- AIS send and receive
- Dell Laptop with Nobetec software
- ICOM VHF
- ICOM SSB radio
- Nexus 5 repeaters, 1 wind, 1 GPS
8-foot Achilles dingy with Yamaha 2.5 hp motor - Negotiable
- Shore Power Inlet
- Wind Speed and Direction
- Navigation Center
- CD Player
- Cockpit Speakers
- Washing Machine
- Electric Bilge Pump
- Manual Bilge Pump
- Marine Head
- Hot Water
- Fresh Water Maker
- Battery Charger
- Outboard Engine Brackets
- Bimini Top
- Spray Hood
- Mainsail Cover
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
Tim Kohl has spent most of his life on the water. As a youth he grew up fishing the waters of the St Lawrence River. In high school he worked for a master marine carpenter doing wood repairs and caught the bug to go sailing.
A degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in Printing Management served him well in his early career as a manager. From there, he ran printing plants. Then moving into the high tech imaging equipment sales and custom software solutions to national accounts like General Dynamics Marine, Honda, Bombardier and UTC.
Thirty years ago he was exposed to salt water sailing and fishing and never looked back.
A USCG Captainâs license and over 720 documented days at sea have allowed him exposure to great adventures offshore and around the buoys. His passion is to be at sea; racing sail boats, around the buoys and off shore, and offshore fishing.
A sailing racer for over 25 years, he has sailed in Newport, Long Island Sound, Maine, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, Key West, Charleston, and Annapolis. During that time he has crewed in numerous J 105 and J 109 North American championships with two firsts and two seconds overall.
As resident of Newport Rhode Island, Tim lives in a community that feeds his passions.
Timâs knowledge of the sea and boats â both sail and power and his sales professionalism creates a pleasant and informative buying or selling experience for his clients. He is a great resource to his clients.