The X-99 is firmly established as a Class, and it is highly improbable that any new yacht, aiming for the same market can ever get close to the X-99. National and International events organized by X-99 associations around the World afford the X-99 owner a well-structured, competitive racing forum that is hard (if not impossible) to beat. Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 - Phone number removed - for further information or to arrange a viewing.
The X-99 offers 8 berths in 3 cabins, Fore cabin Double berth. Main Saloon area two single berths and two top bunks. Aft two single berths. Saloon table with central stowage locker. Chart table. The galley comprises of single stainless-steel sink with surrounding storage, Twin gas hob with grill and oven, cool box. The upholstery is finished in red velour, with teak and holly flooring.
Sails and Spars
Fractional rigs supported by aft swept spreaders are currently in vogue amongst modern sports boats, but have their roots in the cruising scene. The principal benefit of such a rig is its simplicity, not its performance. The X-99's spreaders are raked aft 5”. This allows sufficient safety margin to tack or gybe the boat without the runners on, but the performance gain from having adjustable runners is still inherent in the rig. A perfectly trimmed fractional rig will always depend on having runners and checkstays - the X-99 is "born" with these. Keel stepped alloy mast (2016) by J Mast, Boom alloy. Stainless steel standing rigging (2016), Spectra running rigging (2016), manual backstay adjuster. Spinnaker pole alloy. Carbon tiller and bowsprit. Winches 2 x Harken sheet winches (self-tailing) 2 x Harken Halyard winches (self-tailing) Sails 1 x Genoa – used for one regatta 2017 – very good condition 1 x Jib – used for one regatta 2017 – very good condition 1 x Carbon Main – good condition 2 x Dacron Mains – good condition 1 x Mylar Genoa – good 1 x Carbon light Genoa - good 1 x No2 Mylor Genoa – condition fair 1 x Asymmetrical spinnaker - good 1 x Downwind spinnaker – good 1 x No3 Carbon Jib – tired 2 x Spinnaker – 5-8 years old - fair 1 x Storm Spinnaker 5-8 years old – fair Class Spinnaker - 5-8 years old – fair 1 x Jib Dacron 5-8 years old – fair 1 x Storm jib Dacron 5-8 years old – fair 1 x Main Dacron- 5-8 years old – fair
The X-99 is powered a 1987 Bukh 10 one-cylinder 10hp diesel engine with direct cooling, (last serviced 2017), to a Saildrive with a 2 bladed folding propeller. Last out of water service March 2017)
2 x 12-volt batteries charging from the engine alternator and solar panel.
1 x Anchor chain/warp Mainsail cover Named dodgers Boarding ladder Fenders Mooring warps
2 x Compasses Depth Speed/Log Windspeed/Direction VHF Radio GPS/Chartplotter SSB Radio SSB Transceiver Navigation lights Masthead light
2 x Fire extinguishers Engine room fire extinguisher Fire blanket Jackstays Cockpit harness points Deck light Spotlight Horseshoe lifebuoy Floating light Danbuoy 2 x Bilge pumps (manual) First aid kit
Fin keel, Spade rudder, Tiller steering.
Owners or Brokers comments
Owned by the current owner for the last 13 years selling as he is looking to upgrade to a new boat, only 2 previous owners, based in Plymouth and sailed the UK and Northern France. “X Static” is at the moment optimized to race IRC but lots of original equipment has been stored.
SSR Bill of Sale in owner’s name Previous bills of sale
History and Construction
The X-99 was designed by Niels Jeppesen and built by X-Yachts and first launched in 1985 with 605 built. Oak frame: Hull no 1 -to 259 and hull no 270, 263 and 267 Steal frame introduced 1990 Hull no 260 and onwards except 270, 263, 267 Alu. framed windows introduced 1991 (MK I) Hull no 288 and onwards except 290 and 310 Volvo engine introduced 1991 (MK I) Hull no 288 and onwards except 290 and 310 MK II introduced 1996 Hull no 500. From there on the MK II was sold with slightly different features as two windows, needle rudder bearing and a different water pass design. The class was recognised by the International Sailing Federation from the late 1997 to November 2010 during this period the class was entitled to an official World Championship.
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