X332 FOR SALE
Highly Successful X332 For sale £65k
Blue Beeste is one of the most successful X332's on the east coast. She comes with a large suite of sails and is ready for viewing.
X332 Blue Beeste, formerly Tundra.
Built in 2001 hull number 281
2018 IRC 976
The X332 has proved to be an exceptional design which is not only competitive in all conditions but is an incredibly competent luxury fast cruiser. A truly exceptional yacht.
Blue Beeste is Possibly consistently the most successful X332 built.
the Yacht was ordered by Scottish yachtsman Donald Sharpe to a very extensive and demanding specification and was delivered in 2001.
In the two years Donald owned her, sailing as Tundra she notched up some remarkable victories including 1st 2002 X332 Nationals and X332 Class at Cork Week.2nd overall CorkWeek. 1st Class 1 and overall winner of West Highland Week.
In 2003, 3rd X332 class X Gold Cup, 2nd X332 Class Cowes Week.
Since being owned by Charles Penfold and Martin Jenkins the Yacht has won hundreds of trophies including winning the East Coast Haven Series Twelve times, numerous Regatta wins and top three placings.
The yacht has been relatively lightly used and professionally maintained to a high standard. She is currently ready to race with an exceptional wardrobe of sails, some virtually new.
Reluctantly for sale as the owners are giving up racing after forty successful years together!
SPECIFICATIONS AND INVENTORY
Designer Niels Jeppesen
Hull Length 10.06m : 33'0"
Waterline Length 8.81m : 28'11"
Beam (max)3.30m : 10'10"
Draft 1.80m : 5'11"
Ballast - Std 1,800 kg : 3,968 lbs
Displacement - Light 4,350 kg : 9,590 lbs
Fuel Tank - Std 53 ltr : 14 gal (US)
Water Tank - Std 121 ltr : 32 gal (US)
Blue Hull, no coach roof stripes.
Underside of hull sanded, prepared and 3 costs of epoxy.
1998 X-Yachts Spec plus..
Handrails in saloon.
Eberspacher hot air heating system
362 pulpit ( no step)
Reduced toe rail from stern to mast as per 362 Sport
44 AST self tailing Genoa winches
30AST self tailing halyard winches
Twin Suunto B115 compasses
Selden carbon pole with spectra bridles
Pole downhaul led to port and starboard cockpit
Spectra sheets and guys with quick release shackles
Spectra barber haulers with carbon snatch blocks
Harken Black Magic spinnaker blocks and Harken ratchet blocks
Tack line for Assymetric led to cockpit
Harken spinnaker track (adjustable up and down under load)
Upgraded kicker system, all spectra, harken carbo and swivel jammers
Upgraded backstay, led to helmsman port and starboard.
Cunningham at mast with harken swivel jammer
Upgraded spectra halyards
Harken jump cleats at mast for halyards x3
2 additional Genoa cars for no 3
Upgraded all Genoa cars to ball bearing
Open halyard sheaves TNF 63M one by each halliard
Upgrade 362 Fredericksen mainsheet system
Harken mainsheet jammer with Nash quick release trigger cleat
Harken Black Magic strop hung boom mainsheet blocks
Harken carbo 4:1 mainsheet fine tune
Spinlock tiller extension
Spinlock XT clutches (8 in total)
Emergency tiller with extension
2nd bilge pump
Engine panel in gas locker
Tuffluff 1706 forestry
Calibrated rigging screw on forestay
Tricolour at masthead
Deck and steaming combined
FULLY INTEGRATED B&G HYDRA SYSTEM COMPRISING
Mast mounted 20/20 and FFD
2x FFD displays and analogue wind on hatch
B&G colour chart plotter on chart table
Hydra Pilot permanently installed in aft locker, operating in on quadrant independent of tiller.
Hydra display in cockpit
Garmin 128 GPS independently integrated
ICOM VHF with switchable cockpit speaker
Stereo CD/ Radio with cabin and cockpit waterproof speakers
Stub VHF antenna at masthead
Dacron main with two reefs
Dacron No 2
Carbon light No 1 (2003)
Kevlar heavy no 1 (2003)
Carbon no 3 (2003)
Dacron heavy weather no 4 (2002)
1.5 heavy reaching spinnaker
.75 floater spinnaker (2003)
,6 spinnaker AP (2002)
Assymetric spinnaker (2003)
No 2 Kevlar
No 3 Carbon
No 1 2013 Kevlar
No 1 2008 carbon
No1 2018 Kevlar
Main (2008) Kevlar
Main (2015) Kevlar
AP spinnaker (2014) virtually unused but needs repair
AP spinnaker (2014)
Acrylic mainsail cover with name on
Fortress anchor and warp
Horseshoe life belt
AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AT TICHMARSH MARINA.
Coles Lane, Walton on the Naze, CO14 8SL
+44 (0) 7958 255180