Najad 373

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Boat Details

Make: Najad
Model: 373
Year: 2004
LOA: 37ft/11m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Centre Cockpit
Berths: 6
Cabins: 2
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 31024
Vessel Name: Angelique
NAJAD 373 built in 2004
Designed by Judel/Vrolik, built at the renowned Scandinavian yard Najadvarvet AB
Hull number 81
'Angelique' was exhibited at the 2004 Dusseldorf Boat Show.

White GRP hull & superstructure
Handlaid sandwich hull construction of triaxial Rowing and ISO polyester with surface layer of NGA gelcoat for maximum protection against water penetration
Carmine red cavita and water lines in inlaid gelcoat
Teak overlaid decks, cockpit sole and seating
Raised helm seat
Cockpit locker
2 x aft deck lockers
Wheel steering (leather covered)
Integral swimming platform
Lead keel with skeg hung rudder
Fixed windscreen with toughened glass

Last antifouled: Spring 2017
Anodes replaced: Spring 2017

LOA: 11.30m / 37.07 ft.
LWL: 9.75m / 31.98 ft.
Beam: 3.65M / 11.97 ft.
Draft: 1.90m / 6.23 ft.
Displacement: 8300kg

*All figures approximate.
Stainless steel standing rigging (replaced May 2017)
Fractional rig with twin spreaders and twin lower shrouds
Selden mast and boom, single line reefing
Selden gas assisted rod kicker
Mast-mounted telescopic spinnaker pole
Hasselfors backstay adjuster
Removable inner forestay

Twin genoa sheet cars controllable from the cockpit
Stainless steel removable bowsprit
Furlex 300s roller reefing system
Lazy jacks and stack pack system by Dolphin Sails (2016)
Additional matching cover to stack pack (2017)

2 x Andersen #52 self-tailing primary winches
2 x Andersen #28 self-tailing 2 speed winches
2 x Andersen #12 self-tailing 2 speed mast winches

Dolphin Sails fully battened main in DCP cruising laminate (2016)
Dolphin Sails furling genoa in DCP cruising laminate (2016)
Cruising chute with snuffer (almost unused)
110% working jib
Storm jib (unused)
Spare mainsail (2004) good condition
Spare genoa (2004) good condition


FORWARD CABIN: Forward cabin with double V berth, under-berth storage, hanging locker and additional storage. Deck hatch with blind, two opening portlights. Reading lights.

MAIN SALOON: Main saloon with port and starboard settee berths, centre drop leaf table, with bottle stowage. Lee cloths fitted to berths. Deck hatch, lockers and stowage under and behind settees, book shelves. Fixed and opening portlights. Curtains, carpets, hatch blinds and bug screens. LED lighting throughout. Headroom 1.9m.

CHART TABLE: Forward facing chart table with drawers and stowage for charts. Chart night light. Electrical switch panel. 12v outlet.

GALLEY: Linear galley on port side with walk-through to aft cabin. Galley separated from main saloon by a bulkhead with integral grab rail. Double stainless steel sinks. Pressurised hot and cold water with single lever mixer tap. Foot pump for manual operation. Hot water supplied from engine and 230v immersion heater. SMEV two-burner gas stove with oven. 12v Isotherm refrigeration unit in top loading icebox (approx. 100 litre) with freezer tray. Opening portlight.

HEADS COMPARTMENT: Heads compartment to starboard with white laminated bulkheads and Corian on the work surface and the sole. Jabsco pump action marine toilet (NEW 2016) with a holding tank (3-way valve), new sea cocks and associated pipework to toilet, wash basin, shower and ventilated wet locker,12v shower waste pump, mirror, 12v outlet. Opening portlight.

Aft cabin with double berth to starboard; settee, cupboards and hanging locker to port. Deck hatch (NEW seal 2017), two opening ports. Reading lights. Lee cloths fitted.

Interior handcrafted in unstained African Mahogany with satin finish
Soles of varnished teak plywood with holly inlay
Headlining of white vinyl covered panels with mahogany strips
Eberspacher warm air cabin heating with outlets to all areas controlled by digital thermostat and timer
LED interior lights
Carpet to all areas
Engine hours: 2654.5 (as of 27/04/17)
Last serviced: Spring 2017
4-cylinder direct injection
Fresh water cooled
Soundproofed engine room
Front and side engine access
Shaft drive to Flex-o-Fold prop (prop shaft seal replaced 2015)
NEW fixed 3 blade propeller (unused)
Single lever control at pedestal with integral bow thruster switch
Bow thruster

3 x 145 Ah domestic batteries
1 x 75 Ah engine battery
Electrical switch panel at chart table with fresh water gauges, fuel gauge and volt meter.
Shore power system + lead
Merlin M-Power 40A 3-stage battery charger (2014)
Battery monitor at chart table
Struder AJ200 200w inverter (2012)

Stainless steel fuel tank: 180 litres (40 gallons)
Stainless steel water tank totalling 315 litres (69 gallons)
Holding tank 55 litres (12 gallons) with 3-way valve

Pressurised hot & cold water system (NEW pressure vessel 2017)
Water heated via engine and 240v calorifier

Engine instruments/fuel, water, volt meters
Raymarine RL70C radar at chart table
Raytmarine ST60 multi at chart table
Clipper Navtex at chart table
ICOM IC601 DSC VHF radio at chart table, with remote handset in cockpit
Raymarine ST60 speed in cockpit
Raymarine ST60 depth in cockpit
Raymarine ST60 wind in cockpit
Raymarine ST6001+ autopilot in cockpit
Raymarine man-overboard monitor with wristbands
Suunto helm steering compass

1000 watt Lofrans Airon electric anchor windlass with remote control
20 kg Delta anchor with swivel connector and 70m calibrated chain
Self-draining anchor locker
Twin bow roller

Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
Stanchions with twin guard wires (port and starboard gates)
Manual and automatic electric bilge pumps (NEW seals 2017)
Viking 4-man liferaft in canister (serviced 2015) - stainless steel liferaft cradle
EPIRB (2016)
3 x fire extinguishers
Deck light (NEW lamp 2017)
Loudhailer connected to VHF radio
Danbuoy with light
Horseshoe lifebuoy with LED light
Emergency tiller
Radar reflector
Day shapes
Red interior night lights at floor level

Sony CD/MP3 player with 4 speakers
Glomex TV and radio aerial
Bullet Wifi aerial and wireless router for onboard internet (when in range)
2 x full water-resistant cockpit cushions
2 x removable cockpit tables that connect to steering pedestal (large polished folding + small engraved)
Dolphin Sails Weathermax sprayhood with leather covered grab handle and zip to backdrop section to partly enclose cockpit (2015)
Dolphin Sails full cockpit canopy with roll up/removable side and aft screens (2015)
Various warps and fenders
Fender sheet
Teak corner seats to pushpit
Hot and cold shower to bathing platform
Swim ladder
Outboard bracket on pushpit
Polished ensign staff and ensign
Lee cloths to saloon and aft cabin
2 x Camping Gaz cylinders with electronic safety switch
3 x winch handles
Jacobs 3-section yacht cradle (sectional)
Full winter cover (used, but in good order)
Winter cover for cockpit area (2015)
One of the most popular boats built by Najad, the 373 offers superb Swedish quality with excellent accommodation combined with a slippery hull and fractional rig making her efficient and easy to handle - surprisingly nimble and handy for one person or a couple to sail. The 373 sails well in a wide range of conditions - a balance of hull and deck that works very well and looks sleek - a dry boat that will keep her crew comfortable. This example is absolutely stunning, attention to detail and with no expense spared - One of the best we've seen!

Ready for the season and will be complete with new standing rigging 2017!
I have owned 'Angelique' from new and have added various equipment to enable me to sail short handed, in comfort and safety.
My wife and I have sailed in Sweden, extensively in Scotland, have sailed many times around the UK and many times to the Channel Islands.
We sail along the French coast as far as La Rochelle and have sailed to Punta Delgado in the Azores on the 2007 AZAB two-handed race where we did very well.
'Angelique' is a wonderful boat which will look after you should you find yourselves in bad weather and at the same time is great when in port or at anchor.
We have had no problems with 'Angelique' and anything and everything she needs is carried out as required.
We are selling her to buy a bigger boat and would have kept with Najad but they don’t do a deck saloon in 43’ so have chosen another Swedish make, our sailing in Scotland pushes us to a deck saloon and we require two heads.
I believe Najad's are one of the best sailing boats ever built and in a Yachting Monthly report about three years ago they put the Najad 380, which is the same boat but changed slightly, as the second best boat to own, the first being Velshelda!