The Najad 400 is a true blue water cruiser with all the comfort and security to make long-term cruising enjoyable! "Anika" is not only an extremely comfortable and beautifully built yacht, but she is also a remarkably easy boat for two people to sail! -With electric winches, bow thruster and in-mast furling main to hand!
Here is an opportunity to acquire a high spec and superbly maintained example of one of Najad's best known and most popular models! She is quite simply gorgeous!
Raymarine E80 plotter/radar
Raymarine wind ST60
Raymarine wind CH ST60
Raymarine ST60 speed
Raymarine depth ST60 x2
Shipmate RS 8400 DSC VHF
Raymarine ST6001+ Auto pilot with mamba drive
Suunto d135 compass
Two Andersen ST52 Electric Genoa Winches
1x Electric Andersen ST40 variable (mainsheet, halyard, spin) port side
1x Manual Andersen ST 40 mainsheet, spin) starboard
2 x 10" (25 cm) lockable winch handles.
Twin bow roller fitting with double integrated anchor rollers
20Kg Bruce Anchor
40m 8mm chain
Lofrans Electric windlass
4 x 12" (30 cm) mooring cleats, through bolted.
2 x 10" (25 cm) spring cleats midships, through bolted.
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 five pairs of stanchions, mounted on fittings that are through bolted to the hull below the teak capping.
Folding safety ladder fitted in the integral swimming platform.
Mainsheet track with trim lines to the ball-bearing car.
2 x 2.8 m long Genoa tracks with 2 x sheet blocks with trim lines adjustable from cockpit.
Windscreen of toughened glass in an aluminium frame.
1 x skylight, 1'3"x1'8" (39x50 cm) and 2 x 1'8"x1'8" (50x50 cm).
12 x portlights in the coachroof.
4 x Dorade ventilators with stainless steel protection bars.
New sprayhood, cockpit enclosure and bimini by Tecsew ( April 16)
Teak grab rails on both sides of the coachroof.
Flush deck fittings for filling water and fuel tanks.
S/steel through-deck fitting for mast cables connected below deck.
Stainless bow ladder
4 man life raft and cradle. (April 16)
Yanmar (4JH4-E), 4-cylinder
Engine hours 1,425
4- stroke marine diesel with fresh water-cooling.
Power output at propeller shaft is 75 h.p.
Three blade Maxprop feathering Propeller
35-mm propeller shaft in acid resistant steel with flexible connection.
New prop shaft and cutlass bearings (March 15)
Aqua drive flexible coupling
Stern gland with water lubricated rubber bearing.
Single lever engine control at the pedestal.
Instrument panel fitted to starboard recess in cockpit including: -rev. counter -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. - engine hour meter.
Starter motor, 1.4 kW.
The engine is mounted on four rubber cushions for effective vibration damping.
Soundproofing in engine room.
The engine is easily accessible for service through a door in the passageway and the removable companionway stairs.
Electric bilge pump
Spacious cockpit with a large usful shelf in teak behind a fixed windscreen.
Seats and upper side of cockpit coaming covered in caulked, solid teak.
Curved Helmsman's seat with Najad logo in teak intarsia behind the wheel.
Removable teak sole.
Steering pedestal with stainless steel protection bar for the compass.
Flush mounted winch handle pockets in the coamings port and starboard.
Behind the windscreen and in the cockpit recesses there is space instrumentation.
Integrated grab rails are built on to the teak at the fwd end of the cockpit.
The sprayhood is fitted in a groove to the top edge of the windscreen so the joint becomes watertight.
The sprayhood offers a protected area at the forward end of the cockpit.
A sprayhood extension fitted to cover the whole cockpit.
Cockpit locker under the starboard seat containing fire extinguisher, etc.
Below/behind the cockpit locker, space for hot water boiler.
Manual bilge pump fitted so that it can be operated from the cockpit with all hatches closed.
Two 2" self-drains and draining from seats.
12 volt, electric system.
3 x sealed 140 amp duel type batteries (Jan 15)
New engine starter battery Exide Pro 110 (Nov. 14)
12V/80 A alternator.
Charging regulator for start and domestic batteries.
The cables to a large extent run in con-duits.
Odelco battery monitoring panel
Tescup smart charger
Solar panel with regulator and remote panel
Shore power and cable electric 240v in each cabin and galley
UK three pin 240 volt plugs
Main switch panel with circuit breakers adjacent to chart table.
Water and fuel meters, voltmeter.
Two main switches for domestic and engine circuits (one electrically controlled from the el. board at the nav.-table.).
All bulbs to LED (Jan 15)
4 x 12 volt socket outlets.
Fractional rig with twin spreaders and twin lower shrouds.
Selden in mast furling section in silver anodised aluminium profile
height 50’6” (15.40 m) above deck,
stepped on the coachroof and supported by a galvanised steel pillar
Full standing rigging inspection, (April 16)
1x19-ply stainless steel wire standing rigging.
10 mm forestay, aft and forward lower shrouds and upper top shrouds.
12 mm lower top shrouds.
8 mm backstay and inter-mediate shrouds.
Stainless steel rigging screws.
7/8” for top shrouds,
1/2" for inter-mediate shrouds and all others 3/4".
Furlex Head sail furling system with control line on port side, drawn through blocks on the stanchions, stopper on the cap rail and organizer to the outside of the cockpit.
Backstay adjuster, mechanical.
Rodkick and topping lift.
New running rigging (April 15)
The mast is fitted with decklight, steaming light,
one stainless steel, selftailing halyard winch on the mast,
winch handle pocket on the mast,
Stoppers to Genoa and main halyards.
Windex and flag halyards.
Internal main halyard of 5 mm, stainless steel wire with Terylene rope end.
Internal jib halyard of 6 mm, 133-ply stainless steel wire with Terylene fall.
Stainless steel chain plates, bolted to transverse bulkheads, laminated on both sides to the hull.
Boom in silver anodised aluminium profile 171/94 mm with internal outhaul
Mainsheet to a stainless steel sheeting winch, with ball bearing car on a sheet track with trimming lines.
Two genoa tracks
Two travelers with trim lines adjustable from cockpit
Stainless steel deck fitting to run all mast cables connected below deck
Spinlock deck organisers and jammers
Furling Full vertically battened main in DC Mylar/spectra
Mylar spectra furling Genoa
"As New" Kemp cruising chute (April 16)
The first-class wood interior is handcrafted in selected and unstained African Mahogany, hand polished and varnished to a satin finish.
This boat has a Wonderful saloon!
Lee cloths in saloon and aft cabin
Sleeps six in two cabins and saloon
Re-upholstered saloon by Najad 2012
Forward facing chart table with dedicated seat for navigator
Eberspacher D5LC-12v serviced (Sept 15)
Lockers and doors in solid Mahogany.
The insulated mouldings are lined in Mahogany above the berth bottoms.
Flooring of varnished teak plywood with holly inlay.
Headlining of white vinyl covered panels with Mahogany strips.
Manual operated toilet
Holding tank or discharge overboard
Hot and cold pressurized water (the head of the tap is the also a shower)
Cupboards and miror
ventilated/heated wet locker
Queensize centre line double berth with easy access from both sides
Cupboards and shelves to port
Hanging wardrobe and shelves to starboard
Access to large storage area below the Cockpit locker
Two wide full size V berths
Fore and aft cupboards longitudinal above the berths for stowage
Additional shower compartment on port side
Wardrobe and settee on the starboard side and cupboards on the starboard side
The Liniear galley is located amidships allowing free passage between the cockpit and saloon.
Stainless steel twin sinks.
Pressure system with accumulator tank for hot and cold fresh water.
Foot pump for manual operation.
Single lever tap for hot and cold water.
Gimballed .New Eno Grand Large ( open sea ) 3 burner s/s oven and grill fitted (April 16)Fixed gas pipes with remote controlled shut-off valve between cooker and gas bottle
Gas checked - April 16
Work areas in a durable laminate that is easily cleaned.
Well-insulated ice box, 100 lt. incl. refrigeration unit, suspended baskets and space for standing bottles.
Stowage area outboard of sinks.
Storage cupboards for plates, cups and glasses, utilising pegboards to secure crockery.
Cupboard under cooker for pans, etc.
Waste basket fitting under sink.
Four strong wooden drawers , one for cutlery.
Lights over work area.
Opening porthole above cooker.
The hull is handlaid 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 flow-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 floors. Additional fore and aft reinforcements (stringers) in the hull. All main bulkheads are laminated on both sides to the hull. Transverse chain plate fittings laminated to the hull.
The galvanised steel mast pillar is bolted to the floor plate construction.
Deck and coachroof are handlaid in sandwich construction in glass fibre reinforced polyester.
The colour is white with Carmine red trim line.
Hull and deck are laminated together (bolt joint).
Strengthened glass fibre laminate beneath stressed areas.
The gunwale is covered with teak capping.
The deck coach-roof and swimming platform are laid with solid caulked teak.
A self-draining locker forward for chain, fenders, mooring lines and gas bottles.
Aft, two drained lazarettes.
Two 1" (32 mm) internal deck drains.
Winch brackets on both sides of the cockpit coaming to support both Genoa and Spinnaker winches.