Najad 390 - USD 95,000

In the hands of a very discerning yachtsman since 2008, this yacht comes to the market with many substantial and intelligent improvements. The teak decks were professionally removed in Thailand in 2012 and replaced with four layers of glass mat and AWLGRIP paint. That same year all sea cocks were replaced, new bronze rigging screws and new swages fitted, fuel tank, new in 2009, emptied and cleaned,

Najad yachts are solid world cruisers and were built without cost restraint resulting in such high quality yachts. Flush decks make for roomy interiors and an easy deck to work on. They sail extremely well and the hulls are Lloyds certified.

 

Last haul out December 2014.

 

 

 

Inspection by appointment with exclusive brokers YBC.

 

 

 

Location: Langkawi
Year Launched: 1987
Registered: UK
Designer: Eric Segerlind Builder: Najad Varvet AB
Engine: Volvo Penta 63hp

Keel: Encapsulated Long fin

Displacement: 9500 kg Ballast: 4000 kg lead
Autopilot : Autohelm ST6000 Windvane: Hydrovane
Steering: Cable Bow Thruster: Sleipner
Hull: GRP
Deck: GRP balsa core
Fuel: 230 litres (1 s/s tank)
Water:
350 litres (1 s/s tank)
Length: 11.75m
Beam:   3.50m
Draft:    1.85m
Engine hours: 3801
Speed under power: 9 kts
Propeller: Maxprop
Accommodation:
A sensible layout for cruising. The easy companionway steps bring you into the yacht and safe handholds are natural as you move around. The bathroom is a generous size with good headroom. Solid teak fitout remains in good condition as do all deckheads. There is abundant drawer and locker space in the yacht, again sensibly designed for long term cruising.
Galley:
Plenty of drawer and locker space. Two burner gas stove and oven. Double stainless sink with hot and cold water. Top loading 12volt fridge. KATADYN 5lph watermaker.

Showers:
One retractable, hot and cold water. The bathroom is a good size and the large sink is a porcelain type.


Heads:
One manual, 90 litre poly holding tank (2008)
Electrics & Batteries:
The yacht's AC system is 240 VAC, shore power inlet and cable, 20amp VICTRON CENTAUR battery charger and various outlets throughout the yacht. DC system is 12VDC. House bank is 2 x 150amp AGM batteries One separate 90amp lead acid engine start battery. STERLING PRO battery management. STERLING 350watt inverter. DC charging from three KYOCERA solar panels, totaling 220watts, AMPAIR wind generator and 80amp engine alternator.

FLOJET 4125 automatic electric bilge pump.

Electronics & Navigation:
  • SIVA depth sounder and log
  • NEXUS wireless wind instrument
  • AUTOHELM ST6000 linear drive autopilot
  • STANDARD HORIZON GX1500E VHF radio
  • YAESU FT817 HF radio
  • FURUNO 1623 radar
  • GARMIN GP152 fixed GPS
  • GARMIN GP45 hand held GPS
  • MOTOROLA satphone
Mast/Rigging:
Deck stepped aluminium masthead rig. All standing rigging replaced in 2008.
Sail Inventory:
  • 1 x mainsail (three deep reefs)
  • 1 x 130% genoa (FURLEX)
  • 1 x smaller genoa
  • 1 x yankee for temporary inner forestay
  • 1 x spinnaker

Safety Gear :

  • VIKING life raft
  • 4 adult life jackets
  • 4 harnesses
  • Life ring
  • Life sling
  • EPIRB (5 yrs)
  • Flarepack ( old)
  • 5 fire extinguishers (5 yrs)
  • Fire blanket
  • JOHNSON manual bilge pump

Deck Gear :

  • LEWMAR self tailing winches
  • Offset Hydrovane windvane
  • Fixed transom boarding ladder
  • Dorade vents
  • Teak caprail
  • Teak pushpit seats
Ground Tackle:
  • 1800watt LOFRANS windlass (completely rebuilt electrically and mechanically, new bronze castings )
  • 27kg BUGEL
  • 50LB LUKE
  • 12kg FORTRESS
  • 90m of 10mm chain
  • 60m lead weighted rode for kedge
Covers and Awnings:
Lower fixed glass dodger, then a connecting burgundy SUNBRELLA sprayhood, new 2015, overlapped by a burgundy SUNBRELLA bimini.
Dinghy and Outboards:
Rigid WALKER BAY 9' and extra inflatable. YAMAHA 5hp and MARINER 2.5hp
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