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2007 Najad 380. “Curved Air” has had just one owner from new and is in truly excellent condition. Maintained superbly and with the optimum equipment list! The interior woodwork is “As New”. The Najad 380 was named the top boat in the Yachting monthly’s “best boats of the last 100 years” in their centenary issue! This is a very safe and comfortable cruising yacht, with an outstanding build quality. She has an unquestionable pedigree and should definitely be on your short list!
Year of Build
Raymarine ST 60+ Log, speed, Wind, Depth
ST 60 + Graphic display at nav table
Autopilot -Raymarine ST7002
Raymarine NMEA interface with 12v socket
GPS (Furuno 32)
Plotter C120 (Raymarine) – with mast mounted 2kw Raydome
Radar with overlay and Marpa
Course computer with SG 2 Gyro
VHF Icom IC-M505 plus additional handset at Pedestal
Radar reflector on the mast
Hi-Fi Stereo system with radio, CD/DVD player,
Masthead VHF antenna with splitter for AM/FM
Masthead TV antenna
Navtex NX 300 at chart table
12v and 240v sockets at Nav Station
Mast and Rig
Selden Furling mast in silver anodised aluminium stepped on the coachroof and supported by a steel pillar, that is placed on the floor plate construction
Stainless steel wire standing rigging
Headsail furling system, Selden Furlex 300S, with control line on the port side, drawn through blocks on the stanchions and stopper on the cap rail to outside cockpit
Mast fitted with deck light, steaming light and an Anderson 12 self-tailing winch
Stoppers to Genoa and main halyards
Internal main and jib halyards of stainless steel wire.
Stainless steel chain plates, bolted to transverse bulkheads, laminated on both sides to the hull
Selden boom in silver anodised aluminium
Clutches for control lines lead to cockpit
Mainsheet to stainless steel sheet winch with ball bearing traveller and adjustable sheet point lead through clutches to Two Anderson 28 self-tailing winches
Fractional Selden mast with twin spreaders and twin lower shrouds
Mechanical Backstay adjuster.
Furlex 300 and twin track forestay.
Aluminium rigging screw protection and rigging screw clips
Gas strut for the solid kicker – Selden
Yanmar 4JH4-E 54hp 4-cylinder direct injection,
4 stroke marine diesel with fresh water-cooling
1580 engine hours (Aug.18)
Wet exhaust with swan neck and effective rubber silencer
Shaft drive Stern gland with water lubricated rubber bearing (replaced 2015)
Rope cutter (saw blade)
Cutless bearing replaced April 2018
3-blade 20″ max prop
Single lever engine control at the pedestal (pedestal upgraded) with bow thruster control
Instrument panel fitted to starboard recess in cockpit including – rev. counter – engine hour meter – audible warning for oil pressure and engine temperature – switch for instrument lights and alarm test – starter – electrical stop
Engine mounted on four rubber cushions for effective vibration damping
Separate Racor fuel filter
Well sound-insulated engine room
Engine easily accessible for service through a door in the passageway and a removable panel under companionway stairs
240v Shorepower with uprated circuit breakers, separate controls for Battery Charger, Water Heater and Sockets. Galvanic Isolator & Extra Shore Bow Anode
UK type 240v plugs on shore power outlets
12-volt electric system
Merlin AMS smart regulator for the 80A alternator
Rutland 913 wind generator (with upgraded Marlec HRDi charge controller fitted 2016)
LED bulbs in Fwd/Aft cabin ceiling lights and all reading lights fitted 2016
Domestic batteries 2 x 145Ah Duracell SuperHeavyDuty Professional June 2018
New VARTA 70Ah starting battery 2018
12 volt/80A alternator
16A shore power socket
Main switch panel with circuit breakers at the chart table
Water and fuel meters, voltmeter
The owner has maintained a full “service history” showing all routine maintenance carried out since new, along with receipts. (As a separate spreadsheet)
S/S Fuel tank capacity 325 L
S/S Water Tank Volume 400 L
S/S Holding 55 L
Water heater 40 L (20L as standard)
DC Mylar furling Mainsail with battens
140% DC Mylar furling Genoa
95% high cut working jib (Sanders Sails) 2011
Control lines led to cockpit
Deck / cockpit and Equipment
Spacious cockpit with a large navigation table behind a fixed Glass windscreen
Opening middle window in windscreen
Custom additional cockpit tent/sprayhood (beige) fully refurbished/restitched by Tecsew in 2018
Custom Bimini (Tecsew) 2011
Custom boom tent/cover (Tecsew) 2011
Seats and upper side of cockpit combing covered in caulked, solid teak
Helmsman’s raised seat
Removable teak duckboards on the cockpit sole
Upgraded steering pedestal with stainless steel protection bar for the compass, which also supports the varnished teak cockpit table and teak glass holder.
Lamp on the pedestal to illuminate the cockpit table
Cockpit locker under the starboard seat for stowage of cockpit table, washboards and fire extinguisher.
Two drains from the seats. large cockpit drains with a special no sea-cock skin fitting
Stainless steel protection on the solid teak cap rail at the cleats S/steel protection on stem from the stem-head fitting to below the waterline Two Durade vents on saloon coach roof with s/steel guards
Self-draining locker forward for chain, fenders, warps and gas bottles
Twin bow rollers Aft, two drained lazarettes for anchor, warps and lines
Two internal deck drains to avoid runoff marks to topsides
Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit –
Stainless steel stanchions with twin guard wires
Port and starboard gates in lifelines
Pushpit teak seats to port and starboard
Deck and swimming platform laid with solid caulked teak
Teak laid deck on the aft cabin
Shower outlet at swimming platform
2x Andersen 52 ST 2 Speed Genoa Winches (standard is 46 ST)
2x Anderson 28ST 2 speed Halyard winch
High gloss varnished chart tables and companionway cover
Grab handle on outside of windscreen
Leather covered handrail on spray hood frame
Lofrans 1000W electric anchor windlass with wired controller.
20kg Delta Anchor with 53m Bradney Grade 40 calibrated anchor chain -2010.
S/steel protection strip on toe-rail/gunwale
S/steel chafe guards on all cleats
Gates in lifelines both sides
Deck and coachroof are built in sandwich construction (Divini cell) in glass fibre reinforced polyester.
The colour is white with Carmine red trim line
Hull and deck are bolt jointed and bonded together
Strengthened glass fibre laminate beneath stressed areas
Substantial teak capping with stainless steel rub rail
Additional and saftey equipment
Jack-stay strong points on deck, with Jack-stays
Harnesses for nav.table,galley and cockpit
Ocean Safety Charter ISO9650 6person liferaft in a canister on pushpit serviced to 2019
McMurdo Smartfind E5/G5 EPIRB fully serviced with a new battery in 2018
Zodiac Cadet 260V folding tender (without engine)
Prasolux (top quality) bow ladder ideal for MediterraneanÂ moorings
2 x gas bottles
3 x Fire extinguisher
Manual bilge pump
Gas remote shut off
Gas alarm with auto shut off
Electric emergency bilge pump
Electric bilge pump with float switch and manual switch
Approval CE certified category A (unlimited ocean voyages)
The Yacht is built in compliance with the GL 100 A5
Fenders and warps
Internal non standard equipment
Eberspacher heating, outlets in saloon, both cabins and heads
Extra heater outlet in the cockpit
Drop leaf saloon table both sides
Premium upholstery throughout.
Mattress toppers in fwd and aft cabins
Alpine Stereo/ AM/FM radio & CD/DVD player with speakers in saloon and cockpit
Smev cooker with 3 burners, oven & grill.
Cover for the cooker
Stainless protection strips to companionway and galley
Sky screens mounted in fwd., aft. cabins and saloon, with mosquito nets
Upholstery grade upholstery on mattresses
Corian work surfaces in Galley (colour -Tumbled glass )
Extra opening port-light in Galley
Extra sliding cupboard doors on Galley storage area
Odour filter on heads water intake
“Nature pure” water filter in the galley (for drinking water)
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.
The standard layout in the Najad 380 is built according to drawing A in this specification.
The linear galley is located amidships allowing free passage between the cockpit and saloon.
Separated from the saloon by a half 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 three burner gas cooker with oven.
Fixed gas pipes with remotely controlled shut-off valve between cooker and gas bottle
Work areas in Corian, which 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.
Wastebasket fitting under the sink.
Drawers, one for cutlery.
Lights over the work area.
Opening porthole above the cooker.
The spacious saloon is the central living area in the boat.
Two settees/berths surround the saloon table. full length to port and slightly shorter on stbd
Folding tabletop on port and starboard side.
Bottle stowage in centre of the table.
Numerous shelves and cupboards.
Ample overhead lights and reading lights for settees and berths.
Grab rail on the starboard side in the saloon ceiling and on both sides of the companionway.
The elegant wooden companionway steps can be removed for additional easy access to the engine room.
Standing headroom approx. 1.95 m.
Chrome Clock and Barometer instrument on forward saloon bulkhead
Dedicated forward facing chart table and navigators seat with custom-made circuit breaker board
Heads compartment amidships to starboard, standing headroom approx. 1.90 m, with white laminated bulkheads together with matching Corian on the bench surface and the sole.
Large wash basin built into the worktop.
Manually operated toilet pump discharged straight out or to the holding tank.
Hot and cold pressurised water with single lever tap.
The head of the tap may be lifted out for use as a shower.
Below the sole, designed as a shower tub, a shower sump drained to the sea with an electrical pump.
Cupboards and a ventilated (heated) wet locker with emergency tiller storage
A passageway on the port side at the galley leads to the aft cabin.
Double berth on the starboard side with a total length of approx. 2.10m and a small settee on the port side, length approx. 2.05 m.
Ample cupboards and a hanging wardrobe.
The berth bottoms are unvarnished and ventilated with holes to avoid condensation.
Three portholes, whereof two opening, and a skylight which also can be used as emergency exit.
Two wide full size berths approx. 2.0 m.
Fore and aft cupboards longitudinal above the berths for stowage.
Wardrobe and settee on the port side and cupboards on the starboard side.
The berth bottoms are unvarnished and ventilated with holes to avoid condensation.
Two opening portholes in the coachroof and an opening skylight which also can be used as an emergency exit
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- Divini cell coring is used on much of the hull giving exceptional strength, rigidity and insulation – this is a closed cell coring (there is no Balsa coring on this boat) solid lamination at skin fittings and joints.
Below the waterline, the hull is treated with epoxy and antifouling.
An integral swimming platform with s/steel swimming and safety ladder on 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 chainplate fittings laminated to the hull.
The mast compression post is bolted to the floor plate construction.
The semi-balanced rudder is mounted on a half-length skeg
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