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Najad 390 from 1990, fully equipped and well maintained. A well-built quality boat that is suitable for big seas and dreams!
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When you board the Najad 390 you will notice the quality, the large dimensions in materials and construction and not to mention the fine woodwork that you find below deck. The boat has a large and lovely flush deck in teak, and behind the cockpit there is a large aft deck. The cockpit is protected and safe even in tougher conditions on the sea.
Below deck there is a kitchenette next to the entrance on the port side and on the starboard side you have the navigation table and one of the heads. Head number two (unique for this model) is connected to the aft cabin. This cabin have a large double berth, a sofa and plenty of storage space. Moving forward you will find the lounge with two sofas with a coffee table in between. In the bow you will find two solid cabins, with an incredible amount of storage for each cabin. The wall between the two cabins can be dismantled to regain a large cabin with a double berth.
This boat has been well taken care of over the years and updated with furling mast from Seldén, shart plotters for navigation, Raymarine i70, VHF and AIS among other things. Furthermore, the bout is equipped with everything that is normally needed, such as heaters, water heaters, electric anchor windlass in the bow and more. The boat is currently on land in a hall and is available for inspection at Tjörn.
Length: 11.75 m
Beam: 3.50 m
Depth: 1.90 m
Displacement: 9500 kg
Berths: 4 + 2
Engine: Volvo Penta MD31, 59 hp
Diesel tank: 250 l
Water tank: 450 l
For a complete list of equipment, see the attached PDF file. Below are some examples of equipment:
Seldén furling mast
Genoa 1 and Genoa 2 -2013
Electric anchor winch CQR anchor with 40m chain
Sprayhood and cockpit canopy with standing height and large windows -2005
Raymarine i70 wind, log, lot -2014
Raymarine e7 with Navionics charts -2014
Autopilot Autohelm 6000, rebuilt in 2000 to NMEA
Eberspächer diesel heater