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Said to be one of the most attractive 41 footers ever built, the X-412 combines all of the best and most proven X-Yachts features. Available in either Classic (2 or 3 cabin) or Modern (3 or 4 cabin) interior layouts. A long winning record which includes Commodores Cup and European IMS Championships. With the introduction of the MK III edition late 1999, X-412 will sport the latest generation of both keel and rudder 2001 saw the greatest growth of the X-412 production ever soon more than 250 units are sailing around the globe.
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Hull Shape: Monohull
Beam: 12 ft 10 in
Dry Weight: 16314 lbs
Engine Option 1: 1x 39 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (58 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (34 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 7
Number of heads: 2
The large diameter wheel; the clean, uncluttered deck layout; the attractive profile - keys elements in defining the well-proportioned classic X-412. Deck details ensure easy handling and comfort: all halyards are led to the cockpit; discontinuous rod rigging; Navtec hydraulic backstay adjuster. Skylights and port lights (all opening) are manufactured by Lewmar (or similar). The self-tailing winches and large wheel - X-Yachts’ trademarks - are not just for racing, but to ensure maximum comfort whilst cruising.
The Classic version or families and crew who spend longer periods at sea, “X-412 Classic” is the logical choise. With longitudinal settee’s port and starboard that can double as sea berths, a practical “U” shaped galley to port and spacious navigation station to starbord the X-412 classic provides comfort and safety at sea and in port. “X-412 Classic” is offered in either a two cabin – two heads, or three cabin - one head layout. Logical, practical yet beautiful, the classic version is finished to the same high standards as the X-412 Modern with the use of only the finest materials and craftsmanship.
X-412 Modern is available in either a three or four cabin layout, both versions offering two head compartments. The saloon is identical on either version, with an oval sofa to port, and galley and chart table to starboard. Soft and elegant lines characterise the interior design of the modern version, with extensive use of curved teak laminates and contoured bulkheads, all finished to the highest of standards with varnished and polished first grade teak and veneers.
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