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Najad 373 is the product of the second dynamic collaboration with Judel/Vrolijk & co. For comfortable blue-water sailing in a fast, exclusive ocean-going yacht in the best Scandinavian style. Najad 373
is a compact cruiser with elegant accomodation that can fly. Well equipped, in a perfect condition and ready for her next owner.


Dimensions   11,30 x 3,65 x 1,59 (m)
Material   grp
Built   2001
Engine(s)   1 x Yanmar 4JH3-BE Diesel
HP/Kw   53,4 (hp), 39,25 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Hindeloopen
Status   sold
Vat   paid

General - NAJAD 373

GRP sailing yacht Najad 373 "Windroos", built in 2001 with hull number 53, dim.: 11.30 x 3.65 x 1.59 m, headway approx. 16.75 m, built by Najad Varvat Sweden, designed by Judel & Vrolijk, Lloyds certification (German Lloyd), teak on GRP deck, GRP superstructure, Lewmar windows, deckhatches with blindingscreens in saloon and aftcabin, round-bilged blue (Blue Acier/RAL 5011) hull, shallowdraft finkeel, diplacement approx. 8.3 tons, ballast approx. 3.1 tons (38%), fuel capacity approx. 180 ltrs in a stainless steel tank, water capacity approx. 315 ltrs. in a stainless steel tank, sump capacity approx. 55 ltrs. in a stainless steel tank, Whitlock wheelsteering (covered with leather), emergency tiller.


Classic-modern interior (very spacious for a 37 footer), magohany and blue alcantara interior, 2 cabins, 5 berths (ownerscabin with special matrass), saloon with large dinnertable, high gloss varnished entrance, headroom approx 1.90 m, 1 x manual toilet, 1x shower, Eberspacher heating, boiler approx. 20 ltrs, waterpresure system, spacious galley with Resopal workingtops, refrigerator with compressor approx. 100 ltrs, deepfreezer, 2-burner gasstove with oven.


Yanmar 4JH3-BE engine (built 2001) with approx. 460 runninghours, mechanical gearbox with flexible coupling, indirect coolingsystem, speed approx. 6.5/7 knots, Maxprop 3-bladed propeller, 30 mm stainless steel propeller shaft, Sleipnir bowthruster (8 hp), 3 x fire extinguishers, Truma gasdetector, 1 x electric (8 m3/h) and 1 x manual bilge pump, electric circuit 12V, 3 x 140 Ah service batteries and 1 x 75 Ah starting battery, shorepower and batterycharger.


Compass on pedestral, Raytheon ST 60 log, echosounder, windset and multi, Shipmate RS 8300 VHF dual station combi with speakers in the cockpit, radar reflector firdell blipper, Raytheon RL 70C radar/plotter (coloured screen at charttable) and with repeater (black/white) in cockpit, Raytheon ST 6000 autopilot, Raytheon Raynav 300 GPS inclusive antenna, Marine radio decoder MRD 80, Blaupunkt radio/cd with two speakers in the cockpit, televisionconnection prepared.


Fixed sprayhood (2005) and removable sprayhood, blue cockpitcover, sun awning for cockpit, Pacific windpilot windvane, Modula 6 persons liferaft (AVON extra small), lifelines over deck, electric Lofrans Airon windlass, Bruce anchor with 40 m chain (8 mm), bathingladder, bathingplatform laid with teak, deckshower, searailing, 6x new fenders, spare parts, Wempe clock/barometer, thermo/hygrometer, Stelton cardani oillamp.



Sloop-rigged, Selden 2-spreader deck-stepped aluminium mast, stainless steel fittings, removable cutterstay, Furlex furling headsail system, sails: full-battened cross cut mainsail with Dutchman lowering system, Syversen jib (22 m2)-never used, Syversen stormjib (12 m2)-never used, De Vries spinnaker 98 m2 with chute, furling triradial DC Mylar light genoa, blue mainsailcover and cover for genoa, slabreefing system, isolated backstay and backstayadjuster, lightning protection, aluminium protectors for tensioners, Rodkick 20 Selden boomvang, winches: 4 x Anderson ST in cockpit, hallyard winches on the mast, spinnakerboom stored on the mast, 3 coloured top light and anchor light.


These particulars are given in good faith as supplied but cannot be guaranteed and cannot be used for contracts.