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  1. 1991 Najad 390

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The concept as a long time – cruiser

    The yacht was built in 1990/91 Najadvarvet in Sweden. At that time Najadvarvet built exclusively for its customers. The owner accompanied the construction of personal and so was able to realize all his desires to expand and equipment. Also knew the owner after that, every screw and every cable.
    The yacht was sailed mostly in pairs, sometimes called single-handed. The focus was therefore on the demand for all building decisions
    Safety, comfort, good sailing performance in all conditions, largely independent of marinas and land supply.
    This concept has proven successful in the 19 years of sailing, both on sailing trips in the first nine years than ten years on the long trip, the last three of which are often single-handed.
    Center cockpit, spray hood, bimini, awning
    Own version, grose aft cabin, spacious foredeck
    Fair cozy with comfortable sofa cushions
    big three-burner gas stove with oven and grill
    Holding tank pump electrical
    Dinghy, stowed on deck, lifted by falling
    integrated swim ladder
    oversized winches
    Electric windlass with remote control
    Sailing characteristics

    The yacht is a ship. It goes well and dry by the waves and makes good height. Many a skipper, who told the port fast proud of his ship, then behind her saw at sea with astonished eyes.
    Just a Najad 390!
    Equipped with:
    Quality sails HOOD
    Blister and Spinnaker
    Maxprop-pitch propeller
    Top neat hull
    Energy Supply

    Equipment on Board:

    Furling for headsail and mainsail
    GPS plotter on bridge
    Radar
    EPIRB
    VHF and SSB radio with Pactor for e-mail and weather
    Electric and Wind Autopilot
    Reliable Diesel
    3 strong bilge pumps
    Life raft, inflatable life jackets
    Electric gas valve, gas alarm
    Gel
    Deck lights
    Thruster
    Bow anchor with 80 m stainless steel chain
    75 m lead line on reel
    Additional anchor
    Sounder – B & G Instruments
    Log – B & G Instruments
    Plotter – Simrad CP40, 2 stations with 2 antennas
    Auto Pilot – Robertson AP200DL
    Compass – Plath Venus
    SSB radio – Kenwood TS50 S Smart tuner and Pactor with SCS PTC-IIex
    FM radio – Hagenuk permanently installed with mast antenna
    Hand-held VHF radio – Simrad HT 50
    Radar – Raytheon R40XX
    Radio
    CD Player
    Cockpit speakers
    Active radar reflector OCEAN SENTRY
    Shore supply 220 V
    Mastervolt 220/12 V Charger
    Inverter 12 V / 220V
    2 each 245 Ah gel batteries on-board power supply (new 2010)
    with 90 amp alternator (new 2010)
    Starter battery with a separate generator
    Wind generator and solar panels to generate electricity
    ACR Global Fix EPIRB
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  2. 1991 Najad 390

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The concept as a long time – cruiser

    The yacht was built in 1990/91 Najadvarvet in Sweden. At that time Najadvarvet built exclusively for its customers. The owner accompanied the construction of personal and so was able to realize all his desires to expand and equipment. Also knew the owner after that, every screw and every cable.
    The yacht was sailed mostly in pairs, sometimes called single-handed. The focus was therefore on the demand for all building decisions
    Safety, comfort, good sailing performance in all conditions, largely independent of marinas and land supply.
    This concept has proven successful in the 19 years of sailing, both on sailing trips in the first nine years than ten years on the long trip, the last three of which are often single-handed.
    Center cockpit, spray hood, bimini, awning
    Own version, grose aft cabin, spacious foredeck
    Fair cozy with comfortable sofa cushions
    big three-burner gas stove with oven and grill
    Holding tank pump electrical
    Dinghy, stowed on deck, lifted by falling
    integrated swim ladder
    oversized winches
    Electric windlass with remote control
    Sailing characteristics

    The yacht is a ship. It goes well and dry by the waves and makes good height. Many a skipper, who told the port fast proud of his ship, then behind her saw at sea with astonished eyes.
    Just a Najad 390!
    Equipped with:
    Quality sails HOOD
    Blister and Spinnaker
    Maxprop-pitch propeller
    Top neat hull
    Energy Supply

    Equipment on Board:

    Furling for headsail and mainsail
    GPS plotter on bridge
    Radar
    EPIRB
    VHF and SSB radio with Pactor for e-mail and weather
    Electric and Wind Autopilot
    Reliable Diesel
    3 strong bilge pumps
    Life raft, inflatable life jackets
    Electric gas valve, gas alarm
    Gel
    Deck lights
    Thruster
    Bow anchor with 80 m stainless steel chain
    75 m lead line on reel
    Additional anchor
    Sounder – B & G Instruments
    Log – B & G Instruments
    Plotter – Simrad CP40, 2 stations with 2 antennas
    Auto Pilot – Robertson AP200DL
    Compass – Plath Venus
    SSB radio – Kenwood TS50 S Smart tuner and Pactor with SCS PTC-IIex
    FM radio – Hagenuk permanently installed with mast antenna
    Hand-held VHF radio – Simrad HT 50
    Radar – Raytheon R40XX
    Radio
    CD Player
    Cockpit speakers
    Active radar reflector OCEAN SENTRY
    Shore supply 220 V
    Mastervolt 220/12 V Charger
    Inverter 12 V / 220V
    2 each 245 Ah gel batteries on-board power supply (new 2010)
    with 90 amp alternator (new 2010)
    Starter battery with a separate generator
    Wind generator and solar panels to generate electricity
    ACR Global Fix EPIRB
    2 aut