2024 X-Yachts 46' (14.02 m) X4.6
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
The X4⁶ is a versatile and fast family cruiser, that helps you to make the most out of every moment. Advanced hull construction, a powerful sail plan and a well proportioned cockpit, put you at the centre of an engaging sailing experience. We call this "Superior Sailing Pleasure".
- Fiberglass Hull
LOA: 46' 2'' (14.07 Meters)
Type: Sail- New
LWL: 40' 5''
Draft Max: 8' 2''
Draft Min: 7' 7''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
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Modern Hull Design & Construction
The hull design of the X4⁶ follows the latest design philosophy, which maximises sailing performance. Designed to excel in all wind conditions, due to a generous sail plan, coupled to a high quality mast and rig, including discontinuous rod rigging as standard.
X4⁶ hulls are built with X-Yachts' advanced technology, including vacuum epoxy infusion, and incorporating X-Yachts' famous steel keel grillage to securely hold the composite lead/iron keel, in place for outstanding safety in all conditions.
Intuitive Deck Layout
The deck layout takes a combination of the features from both her siblings; a self-taking jib is standard, with sheet handled by one of the halyard winches, and a mainsheet track is recessed into the cockpit sole with an 8:1 purchase traveller control system. Mainsheets are lead up to winches, that are within easy reach of the helmsman.
Large Harken self-tailing winches are standard, and can optionally be electrified along with one of the halyard winches.
Teak comes as standard in the cockpit, on the seats and the sole, and is optional on the sidedeck and coachroof top, as well as on the optional electrical operated bathing platform.
The influence of clean Scandinavian design, can be seen throughout the interior. The X4⁶ is being traditional but with a modern appearance. The Danish quality craftsmanship is of a very high standard with finely crafted details, and showcases carpentry at its very best. The wooden veneer will be Nordic Oak as standard, with other options on offer.
Natural Light and Fresh Air
The toughened glass coachroof windows, flood the interior with natural light. In addition to the large flush skylights, sections of the side windows are also open-able to provide excellent ventilation. Each aft cabin has an open-able portlight in the cockpit and additionally an outboard facing opening in the coaming windows. Combined with the flush skylight, the aft cabins have optimal ventilation, which is a great benefit in warmer climates.
Flexible Aft Cabins
The port aft cabin can be specified with an optional split berth, which can be easily converted between twin berths and a king sized double berth. Both aft cabins are offered with a high level freeboard shelve, with stainless steel railing or a freeboard hung adjustable pipe-berth. Both aft cabins have large double wardrobes.
The X4⁶ comes standard with an ultra-modern common-rail Yanmar diesel engine delivering 57 hp, and can be upgraded to an 80 hp unit. The engine compartment is sound insulated to 'Super Yacht' specification, using a heavy 8mm solid rubber layer, 50mm of sound deadening rockwool and finally covered with a perforated aluminium plating. All openings are sealed to eliminate noise.
The engine is delivered as standard with a 2 blade Flex-O-Fold propeller, to minimise drag and maximise sailing performance.
In the standard version there are 3 double cabins. Both aft cabins can be supplied with X-Yachts free board hung pipe berths. The owners cabin has an ensuite head compartment with adjacent shower unit as standard. Standard layout features a forward facing navigation station with full length sofa.
3 cabins, 2 heads, aft cabin split berth. Fixed forward facing nav table station.
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From an early age, Gregâs father taught him the value of a dollar earned from hard work and shared with him the joys of a life on the water. These two things would form the framework for Gregâs life.
After graduating from NC State with a BA in Communications concentrating in mass media, Greg satisfied a bit of pent-up wanderlust. He lived in different coastal areas of the United States from San Diego to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, surfing, sailing, and working fulfilling yet obligatory jobs in his field of study before defiantly choosing to stick with his love of boating as his lifeâs work.
Greg muses that he is âjoyfully unemployable in any other endeavorsâ, and he works hard every day to help buyers and sellers make the right decisions. Part broker, part counselor, he finds fulfillment in a very demanding work ethic that requires constant attention to the needs of clients as they make changes to their life and lifestyle, moving in or out of boating or making changes to their choices within their boating life. Whether itâs the clean slate of a new build or the acquisition of the perfect pre-owned boat, Greg revels in the excitement and participates joyfully in the range of emotions that are the buying and selling of the single most worthwhile pursuit in this life: boats.
He holds a USCG 100 Ton Master Captainâs license, a Florida Yacht Brokerâs license, and he is a Certified Professional Yacht Broker and member of the Yacht Brokerâs Association of America. As an owner of both power and sailboats, he can be found quite often on the waters of Charleston Harbor and beyond.