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44' XPS-$1,595,000 USD

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Specifications:

Name: 44' XPS
Builder: GARLINGTON
Length: 44' 6" ft
Beam: 13' 9" ft
Year Built / Refit: 2020
Model Year: 2021
Cruise Speed: Knots
Max Speed:
City: Stuart
Country: United States
State:
Engines: 2
Engine Power: 600
Engine Manufacturer: Cummins
Engine Model: OSC
Staterooms: 1
Flag: USA
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For Additional Information and Showings, Contact Listing Agent Robert Biber:

772.233.1004 | Robert@macgregoryachts.com

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Construction :

Garlington Landeweer Yachts are built with cored composites of glass, Kevlar and carbon fiber.  The advantages of cored hulls are by now well known.  Cored hulls are stiffer and perform better in heavy seas.  They are insulated, therefore more quiet and comfortable.  Cored hulls get more performance from smaller engines and can carry higher payloads.  Garlington Landeweer uses Corecell in their hulls.  Why Corecell…because it has superior impact resistance, and it is, quite simply, the “toughest” of all cores.  It forms the strongest bonds with fiberglass skins. 

In the marine industry, there is a test used to determine the strength of hull material.  In this test the largest unsupported panel in the hull is test for flex, impact resistance and strength.  A three to one ratio is considered excellent within the industry and very few builders have achieved strengths of four to one or greater.  An independent lab rated the Corecell cored hull of the of the Garlington Landeweer 44’ XPS at six to one, making it one of the toughest sport fishing hulls on the water today.

The topsides and hull on the Garlington Landeweer yachts are sleek and seamless.  The seamless topside construction of the Garlington Landeweer line actually makes for a low maintenance exterior.

Ease of maintenance was one of the chief qualities that Garlington Landeweer strives for in each and every yacht.  Low maintenance is not only selecting quality finishes and fabrics but also building ships systems from the ground up with superior components in the simplest most reliable way possible.  Using hardware and mechanical equipment that is least likely to fail or cause problems in years to come.

Engine Room & Mechanical Equipment:

  • Air Conditioning by Dometic
  • Bilge pumps (3) auto/manual
  • Engine Room Blowers auto/manual
  • (2) QSC Cummins 600 hp
  • Engine cooling through sea chest
  • Fresh Water System 120V
  • Fresh Water Tank with Tank Tender gauges
  • Racor fuel filters for main and generator
  • Aluminum fuel and water tanks
  • Halon system auto/manual
  • Fiberglass mufflers
  • 4-blade Nibral Propellers
  • Stainless steel struts
  • Stainless steel rudders
  • Shafts AQ22
  • Hydraulic Steering
  • 12 gallon water heater 220V
  • Zincs on transom
  • Trim tabs stainless steel, recessed

Electrical System:

  • 120-240 V AC System
  • Generator (1) 7.5 Northern Lights
  • Isolator, Galvanic  Shoreline
  • Lighting 120V AC throughout
  • Breaker distribution panel in galley
  • Shoreline  240V AC
  • 12V DC System
  • Alternators (2) engine driven
  • Batteries (2) Odyssey AGM with parallel device
  • Battery meter on breaker panel
  • Bilge pump warning light on bridge
  • Convertor (1) 40A
  • Alarms – audible:
    • Low engine oil
    • Drive oil pressure
    • High water temperature
    •  High bilge water
  • Lighting, navigation in hardtop
  • Cummins OSC 600 with ZF 1.75:1 gears

Deck and Hull :

  • Anchor sized to boat
  • Anchor line twisted nylon 300’
  • Anchor locker in foredeck
  • Bottom Paint Micron CSC
  • Cleats (2) bow, (4) spring and (2) stern
  • Fire Extinguishers (2) B1 portables
  • Hawse Pipes through covering boards
  • Lines (6) braided nylon

Interior:

  • Cabinetry over counter
  • Granite countertops
  • Lewmar foredeck hatch
  • Teak and ash in galley and head
  • Scotsman icemaker
  • Lighting overhead and under cabinets
  • Refrigerator/Freezer drawer style
  • Lounge seating on port and starboard
  • Sink stainless steel
  • Faucet single lever
  • Teak trim
  • Wallcovering

Master Stateroom:

  • V berth with matteress
  • Cedar lined hanging locker
  • Lighting overhead and under cabinets
  • Drawers under berths for storage
  • Teak trim
  • Wallcovering

Head:

  • Headhunter Neoclassic 
  • Pulpit with bow rail
  • Lighting overhead
  • Shower with molded seat and frameless door
  • Granite vanity with storage below

Cockpit:

  • Covering boards teak
  • Fish box – insulated fiberglass
  • Freezer custom
  • Lighting under covering boards
  • Deck painted with non skid
  • Transom door one piece
  • Fresh water wash down

Bridge:

  • Engine room access hatch
  • Electronics compartment
  • Single lever controls
  • Instrumentation with alarms
  • Transverse facing lounge seating
  • Storage in lounge
  • Rod storage in lounge
  • Aluminum steering wheel

Additional Options :

  • Pulpit with bow rail
  • Fighting chair
  • Tower with hardtop
  • Outriggers
  • Eskimo ice maker
  • Exterior teak package: Cap rail on bridge, toe rails, transom, helm pod, cockpit deck, covering boards, flybridge deck
  • Exterior faux teak - transom, toe rails
  • Microwave
  • Cooktop

Broker Remarks :

The 2021 44' XPS will be completed by the end of the year and in its current stage, the buyer will have the opportunity to customize its soft goods and accessories. More photos and video to come.

General Disclaimer:

MacGregor Yachts is pleased to assist you with the purchase of this vessel. This boat is currently listed with MacGregor Yachts Inc.

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Mechanical Disclaimer:

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as other representations noted on the listing.

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