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X-402

Brief details

Builder

X-Yachts, Haderslev, Denmark

The X-402 is a stylish fast cruiser-racer, one of the many such designs from X-Yachts of Denmark. Like all X-Yachts, the 402 is rigged and equipped for racing, which means good quality deck gear that actually works well, yet fitted out as a comfortable but fast cruiser. She has a twin double aft cabin layout. A major factor in price will be how hard the yacht has been raced, and how much damage has been done to finish and hull. Also, sail inventory may incluse very new and expensive sails, or only tired ones.

LOA

39' 7"

Sail area

915 sq ft

LWL

32' 8"

Rig

fractional sloop

Beam

12' 9"

Cabins

4

Draught

8' 0"

Berths

10

Displacement

13,450 lbs

Engine

Volvo 2003 diesel

Ballast

6,615 lbs

BHP

27

Keel type

Fin

X-Yachts was established in Denmark in 1979, and quickly developed a reputation for fast cruisers that could also win races. Some models, such as the X99, of which 600 were built, have established themselves as popular club racing one-designs, whilst the larger models such as this 1985 X-402 remain popular as fast cruisers which can still give all-out racers some competition on the racecourse. Designed by Neils Jeppesen in 1984, the X-402 hull was used for a one-off pure racer which won the One Ton Cup in 1986. About 80 X-402s were built between 1984 and 1990, production yachts being offered with a choice of fractional rig (as in the example illustrated here) or masthead rig.

Photographs Yachtsnet

Two small windows in the hull bottom allow a visual check for weed on the folding prop

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The heads and a forepeak - currently used solely for sail and gear stowage - are forward

The Volvo diesel is under the stowage/worktop box by the galley, with very good access once this box is hinged up to the deckhead

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Each of the two mirror-image aft cabins has a double berth and a small locker and seating area

 

The X-402, although with a fully fitted cruising interior, is very definitely a performance yacht on the light displacement side

The three-spreader fractional rig has runners. Standing rigging is rod

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