Najad 380, 2006. One of the most refined yachts available of her size. Superb quality throughout, reluctantly for sale by a fastidious and caring owner. In absolutely fantastic condition, a real blue water Yacht.
LOA: 37 ft 10 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 32 ft 6 in
Draught: 5 ft 4 in
Displacement: 20020 lbs (9.8 tons)
Bridge Clearance: 58 ft 3 in (approx)
Headroom in saloon: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 18298 lbs (8.3 tons)
- Spacious cockpit with a large navigation table in Very high gloss varnished teak below a fixed Toughened glass windscreen.
- Seats and upper side of cockpit coaming covered in caulked,12mm solid teak.
- Cupped Helmsman's seat with Najad logo in teak intarsia behind the wheel.
- Removable teak duckboards high gloss.
- Steering pedestal with stainless steel protection bar for the compass which also supports the varnished teak cockpit table.
- Two flush mounted winch handle pockets in the coamings port and starboard. The starboard one also contains the engine control panel.
- Behind the windscreen and in the cockpit recesses there is space for instrumentation.
- Integrated grab rails are built on to the teak navigation table in the cockpit.
- The Burgundy sprayhood is fitted in a groove to the top edge of the windscreen so the joint becomes splash proof.
- The sprayhood offers a protected area at the forward end of the cockpit. cockpit
- A sprayhood Burgandy extension (cockpit enclosure) can be fitted to cover the whole cockpit .
- Cockpit locker under the starboard seat for stowage of cockpit table, washboards and fire extinguisher.
- Below/behind the cockpit locker, space for the fuel tank.
- Manual bilge pump fitted so that it can be operated from the cockpit with all hatches closed.
- Two self-bailers and drains from the seats.
- The first -class interior is handcrafted in selected and unstained African Mahogany, hand polished and varnished to a satin finish.
- Cupboards and doors with profile milled frames.
- The hull is insulated and lined with Mahogany ribs above berth bottoms.
- Soles of varnished teak plywood with holly inlay.
- Inspection hatches for the bilge and stowage.
- Headlining of white vinyl covered panels with Mahogany strips.
- This boats layout i is built according to drawing B in this specification.
- Each boat is built to order,
- The navigation area is located amidships to starboard forward of the heads, separated from the saloon by a bulkhead with an integrated grab rail.
- Outboard facing extra large navigation table with stowage for charts and drawers. and folding s/steel stool
- Flexible chart lamp.
- Ample space for individual instrumentation and modern navigation equipment.
- Folding switchboard for easy access equipped with circuit breakers and fuses, also prepared for additional circuits.
- 12 volt, electric system.
- 3 x 140 Ah domestic lighting battery.(2 as standard)
- 1 x 75 Ah engine battery.
- 12 volt/80 A alternator.
- Charging regulator for start and domestic batteries.
- The cables to a large extent run in conduits.
- Main switch panel with circuit breakers adjacent to chart table.
- Water and fuel meters, voltmeter.
- Two main switches for domestic and engine circuits, one is remote controlled.
- 4 x 12 volt socket outlets.
- The L-shaped galley is located amidships allowing free passage between the cockpit and saloon.
- Separated from the saloon by a bulkhead with integrated grab rail.
- Stainless steel twin sinks. Pressure system with accumulator tank for hot and cold fresh water.
- Single lever tap for hot and cold water.
- Gimballed "Force 10" three burner gas cooker with oven and grill.
- Fixed gas pipes with remote controlled shut off valve between cooker and gas bottle.
- Work areas in a durable solid Corian that is easily cleaned.
- Well insulated ice box, 100 lt. incl. refrigeration unit and suspended baskets.
- Stowage area outboard of sinks.
- Storage cupboards for plates, cups and glasses, utilising peg boards to secure crockery.
- Cupboard under cooker for pans, etc.
- Waste basket fitting under sink.
- Drawers, one for cutlery.
- Lights over work area.
- Opening porthole above cooker
- Yanmar 4JH4-E, 4-cylinder direct injection, 4- stroke marine diesel with fresh water-cooling.
- Power: 40.5 kW (54 h.p.)
- Mechanical reverse gear, type KM4A, reduction ratio 2.63:1. 1" (35 mm) propeller shaft in acid resistant steel with flexible connection.
- Stern gland with water lubricated rubber bearing.
- 3-blade Max prop 20"
- aqua drive thrust bearing on shaft
- Single lever engine control at the pedestal.
- Instrument panel fitted to starboard recess in cockpit including: - Rev. counter - Engine hour meter - Displays for ?charging ?high engine temperature ?low oil pressure - Audible warning for oil pressure and engine temperature - Switch for instrument lights and alarm test - Key starter - Electrical stop.
- Electrical starting motor, 1.2 kW.
- The engine is mounted on four rubber
- cushions for effective vibration damping.
- Wet exhaust with swan neck and effective rubber silencer.
- Well sound-insulated engine room.
- The engine is easily accessible for service through a door in the passageway and the removable companionway stairs.
- Separate fuel filter.
The Hull construction
- The hull is hand laid in a sandwich construction of triaxial Rowing with ISO polyester.
- The surface layer is of NGA Gelcoat for maximum protection against water penetration.
- The colour is white with carmine red trim and water lines inlaid in the Gelcoat.
- The hull is top coated internally.
- Below the water line the hull is treated with epoxy primer and antifouling paint.
- An integral swimming platform with swimming and safety ladder in the transom.
- The internal construction of the yacht is reinforced with longitudinal stringers and transverse floors. This supports keel fittings, mast pillar, engine frame, tanks and the cabin floor.
- Additional fore and aft reinforcements (stringers) in the hull.
- All main bulkheads are laminated to the hull.
- Transverse chain plate fittings laminated to the hull.
- The mast pillar is bolted to the floor plate construction.
- Deck and coachroof are built in sandwich (Divini-cell coring) construction in glass fibre reinforced polyester.
- The colour is white with Carmine red trim line.
- Hull and deck are bolt and glued jointed together.
- Strengthened glass fibre laminate beneath stressed areas.
- Substantial teak capping toe rail with s/steel rub rail.
- The deck and swimming platform are laid with solid caulked teak.
- The coachroof, forward has a nonslip surface.
- The coachroof aft is teak laid
- A self draining locker forward for chain, fenders, warps and gas bottles.
- Aft, two drained lazarettes for anchor, ropes and lines.
- Two internal deck drains to avoid smears to topsides.
- Winch brackets on both sides of the cockpit combing to support both Genoa (2 s/s Anderson 46st) and Spinnaker winches (2 s/s Anderson 28st).
- Stainless steel Anderson winches
- Electric windlass below deck + Delta anchor + calibrated chain + an additional Large kedge stowed on deck
- Integral swim platform with swimming and folding safety ladder in the transom.
- Twin bow roller fitting with double integrated anchor rollers for one anchor.
- Stainless steel rubrail on teak capping rail.
- (2) Winch handles.
- (4) Mooring cleats, through-bolted.
- (2) Spring cleats midships, through-bolted.
- Stainless steel protection at all cleats.
- Pulpit in acid resistant stainless steel fitted with a teak step.
- Pushpit in acid resistant stainless steel with two integrated teak seats.
- Double lifelines with starboard and port gates and (4) pairs of stanchions mounted on fittings through-bolted to the hull below the teak capping.life lines cann be released to use kedge anchor
- Outboard motor pad on stern rail teak
- (3) Opening hatches.
- (11) Portholes in the coachroof.
- (2) Dorade ventilators with stainless steel protection bars.
- Teak grab rails on both sides of the coachroof.
- Deck fillers for water and fuel.
- Holding tank exit point
Mast and Rig
- Fractional rig with twin spreaders and twin lower shrouds.
- Selden mast in silver anodised aluminium profile, height 51'7 "(15.75 m) above deck, stepped on the coachroof and supported by a steel pillar, that is placed on the floor plate construction.
- Stainless steel wire standing rigging.
- Head sail furling system, Selden Furlex, with control line on port side, drawn through blocks on the stanchions and stopper on the cap rail to outside cockpit.
- Backstay adjuster, mechanical.
- Selden rod kick with gas damper and topping lift.
- The mast is fitted with deck light, steaming light and prepared for spinnaker equipment, one stainless steel, self-tailing halyard winch.
- Winch handle pocket on the mast, Windex and flag halyards.
- Stainless steel reefing winch. Stoppers to Genoa and main halyards.
- Internal main and jib halyards of stainless steel wire. Ample cleats.
- Stainless steel chain plates, bolted to transverse bulkheads, laminated on both sides to the hull.
- Selden boom in silver anodised aluminium profile with internal outhaul and twin reefing lines with stoppers.
- Mainsheet to stainless steel sheet winch with ball bearing traveller and adjustable sheet point.
- Mainsail and 110% jib (Najad Original) in triradial cut, DC Mylar. The mainsail with with pressure sliders and bolt rope on foot. Fitted with sail number, boat number, battens, three reefs, tell-tales, sail bag and a red mainsail cover.
- The 155% Genoa with telltales and sail bag.
Single line reefing boom reef 1&2
Extra reef in mainsail (3rd)
Extra stoppers at cockpit
Extra Anderson 28ST winch in the cockpit
Removable inner forestay/cutter stay with adjuster
Spinnaker provision with spinnaker halyard
Furling genoa (furlex) tri radial cut 110%
155% furling Genoa
Electric windlass & Delta anchor + chain
Anchor remote control with chain counter mounted by the helm. This is addition to the two foot switches mounted at the anchor roller.
Teak (12mm) on aft cabin (side decks teak as standard)
Gateway in lifelines
Tricolour masthead light
Autopilot Raymarine 6001 Plus
Multidisplay E80 incl. 2kw excl.GPS
Multidisplay E120 incl. 2kw excl.GPS
Repeater E80 Repeater E120GPS antenna upgrade 2 -
Combi antenna VHF TV & FM
Icom command mike/speaker in cockpit
Speed depth & wind ST 60
Jackstays on deck
Radar reflector on mast
High gloss varnished companionway
Grab rail on windscreen
Sprayhood extension (cockpit enclosure) with stainless steel supports
Leather covered s/s handrail on back edge of sprayhood
Extra heater outlet in cockpit (Eberspacher Heating standard)
Lee cloth in saloon
Upholstery grade fabric for mattresses
removable clothes rack in shower
Corian floor in heads instead of teak
Corain worktop in galley
Drop leaf table both sides of saloon table
Extra cupboard on worktop
Aft cabin double berth with settee
Sky screens in fwd and aft cabins
230v shore supply
Electric bilge pump auto/manual
Isolation transformer battery charger Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/100/200W
Battery controller DCC 4000extra battery
Alternative shoal draught
Max prop 20"
S/S bow protection rail on the stem
Extra 140ah 12v battery
Outboard facing chart table option
Extra reef in mainsail
Force 10 3 burner cooker + grill (upgrade)
Rod kicker control and topping lift led back to cockpit
Spare parts package
4 Man liferaft in canister and pushpit bracket
Dan buoy and life buoy
Electrical bilge pump, capacity 8 m3/h.
3 x fire extinguishers.
2 x 2.75 kg gas bottles.
Tilley lamp - splendid s/steel tilley Lamp stored a wooden casing mounted in the saloon
VHF - ICOM 603 DSC – transceiver at navigation area plus additional ICOM HM-162 Command mike in cockpit area, acting as cockpit loudspeaker and giving full control of radio.
AIS receiver at navigation area - utilising separate aerial on “Tee” bar on stern. Fed to both plotters.
AIS “receive splitter” if needed for use with masthead aerial
YEOMAN plotter - Programmable in situ using laptop. Connection sockets at navigation area and out in the cockpit area if needed.
FERUNO NAVTEX at navigation area - aerial on “Tee” bar.
FERUNO GPS. - aerial on “Tee” bar. At present this serves as GPS input for VHF radio, NAVTEX and YEOMAN Plotter, therefore these units use a separate GPS signal and aerial from that used by the RAYMARINE Plotters and Autopilot. If needed (eg failure of Raymarine GPS) this unit can be connected to the Raymarine plotters and Autopilot.
MULTIPLEXER - combining all \ nmea signals and outputting these to various units. Programmable in situ using laptop.
Second Raymarine plotter E90 mounted under windscreen. Radar is not fed to this unit at present.
GIRO fitted to autopilot.
Second DVB aerial - on “Tee” bar. Fed to navigation area. Two aerial amplifiers.
Aerial sockets in aft cabin and at navigation area.
Second spray-hood and cockpit cover (Burgundy) to be used as a replacement for the original items.
Stackpack system for mainsail.
Cockpit tent/enclosure (Burgundy) fixes under boom (on a support pole) and each side is removable (zips) and attaches to guard rails. Wonderful for wind, rain or as a sun-shade, but still maintaining an open feel to the cockpit. Easily erected and stowed.
original Beige cockpit enclosure as spare
Fender blanket and 3 Hatch covers (Burgundy)
Burgundy sun protection behind windscreen for high gloss wood
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.
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