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  • Manufacturer: Najad
  • Price: £140,000
  • Location: Plymouth
  • Year: 1997
  • LOA: 39'8" (12.10m)
  • Beam: 11' 11'' (3.63m)
  • Berths: 6
  • Draft: 1.9
  • Keel: Fin keel
  • ID no.: 1011347
  • Heads: 1
  • Showers: 2
  • Watertank Size: 360 Litres
  • Engine Make: Yanmar 4 JH2-TE
  • Horsepower: 62hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 193 Litres
  • Cruise Speed: 7 Knots
  • Top Speed: 8 Knots
  • Engine Hours Starboard: 2222

Broker Remarks

Brokers Remarks:
Najad is one of the leading luxury blue water cruising manufacturers, their extensive range of models throughout the years need no introduction; they very much speak for themselves. The quality of build, design and seakeeping qualities that are delivered is exemplary.
The Najad 391 superseded the 390 and was a popular model & still is a very desirable yacht; she performs well in all conditions and exceptionally well in a seaway. 
This Najad 391 is in her third ownership after the first two owners had her for very short spells, she was very lightly used by both of those owners. The current owners purchased her back in 2007 and have enjoyed cruising her since! 
The current owners have maintained and upgraded this yacht with no expense spared, there have been numerous upgrades, and a very thorough annual maintenance schedule followed. 
The specification is vast; this example has all the equipment necessary to make cruising as comfortable as possible. She boasts twin electric primary winches, in-mast reefing, bimini, full cockpit enclosure, electric windlass, heavy duty 25kg Rocnor anchor, generator, wind generator, holding tank, heating, large refrigerator, excellent size berths, dual showers and a powerful engine, the list is extensive.
If you are searching for a fine cruising yacht with a specification to back this up, then you should look to book a viewing of this fantastic yacht.

There is a transferable marina berth that could become available subject to the marina's terms and conditions. When berths are difficult to secure, this is an attractive offer for a new owner.

Owners Remarks:

When we bought Quarante, we were very lucky because the two previous owners had only used the yacht very lightly, mainly coastal sailing. Having owned Quarante since 2007, we have found her not to be wanting wherever we have sailed her.

We sailed mainly in UK coastal waters and Ireland for the first couple of years. We then sailed to Portugal, stopping at many ports in France and Spain along the way. After spending time exploring the many beautiful ports and anchorages on the Algarve, we sailed to the Canary Islands, basing ourselves in Lanzarote. We visited all but one of the islands. After a couple of years, we headed off to the Azores, spending the summer there before returning to Portugal and then back to the Canary Islands.

During our travels, the yacht performed well and did not cause us any worries; even when we encountered varied conditions with differing winds and seas, she performed superbly and was never disappointed or felt vulnerable. We have always looked after her maintenance-wise, in 2016 we added diesel and wind generators which were an excellent addition that we wished we had installed much earlier during our ownership.
We have never had an issue at sea with engine or sails, we purchased a new genoa in 2021 as well as a mainsail in 2016.
Sadly, with the pandemic, we were not able to sail the yacht, and it was not used during this period, so we had it delivered back to the Uk by a delivery company. With a heavy heart, we now must sell for personal reasons.

Accommodation

A-Layout configuration
Sleeps 6 in 2 cabins as well as the saloon
2 x double berths & 2 x single berths
Interior joinery handcrafted in selected & African Mahogany
Cupboards & doors in solid mahogany with profile-milled frames
Hull sides above berths are lined in Mahogany
Cabin sole boards have a varnished finish, with teak & holly inlay
Headlining of white vinyl-covered panels with Mahogany strips
Standing headroom in saloon approx 6’4” (1.93m)
Deep cream cloth upholstery in saloon

Forward cabin:
Two wide full length berths (6’7” / 2m)
Numerous cupboards
Hanging lockers
The berth bottoms are ventilated with holes to avoid dampness
Deckhead hatch with both pull-out blind & bug screen

Shower Cabin:
Aft of forward cabin to port
Chrome shower control with mixer tap
12v shower discharge
Teak seat
Deckhead hatch

Saloon:
Wide settee seating with removable backrests & curved edges
Saloon table
L-shaped berth to port side & straight settee on the starboard side
Large saloon table with folding leaf on the starboard side
Bottle stowage in the centre of the saloon table
Shelves & overhead cupboards above the sofa backrest
2 x opening deckhead hatches with pull-out blinds & bug screens

Chart Station:
The chart table is located amidships to starboard forward of the heads, separated from the saloon by a bulkhead
Outboard-facing chart table with fold-out stool
Stowage for charts in the overhead locker & chart table
Further storage in drawers
AC/DC panel

Heads:
Large heads compartment, amidships to starboard
Standing headroom (6’ / 1.85m) 
Large wash basin with chrome mixer tap
Separate hand shower
Cupboards & ventilated wet locker
2 x opening portholes

Galley: 
The L-shaped galley is located amidships to port, running aft to the aft cabin allowing free passage between the cockpit & saloon
Twin stainless steel sinks 
Worktops covered in white laminate
Large top-opening refrigerator 
Gimballed 3 burner gas cooker with pull-up worktop to extend work surface 
Deep storage area outboard of sinks 
Storage in cupboards & drawers
opening porthole

Aft Cabin:
Accessed from passageway on port side
Wide single/small double berths on each side
Cupboard & a seat to starboard
Seat & wardrobe to port side The berth bottoms are ventilated with holes to avoid dampness
Shelving & aft cupboard storage to pot & starboard 
Opening portholes & deckhead hatch with pull-out blind & bug screen.

Mechanical and Rigging

Construction:
Built in 1998 by Najad Yachts Sweden 
Designed by Thorwald Karlsson
Centre-cockpit configuration
Triaxial GRP rovings with ISO polyester resin 
hull, deck & superstructure
Internal reinforcement is provided by a longitudinal & transverse floor plate construction
NGA gelcoat surface finish 
Teak laid sidedecks & cockpit seating, Major deck refurbished 2016
Teak cockpit grating
Fin keel with lead ballast
Wheel steering
Skeg hung GRP rudder  
Stainless steel rudder post
Rudder post sealed with greased stuffing box
Rudder fittings are cast in bronze & bolted to the skeg
Steering via a stainless steel chain & wire cable to the quadrant 

HIN: SE-NAJ00048G797
Hull No 40
SSR85982
UK & EU VAT paid!!
Lloyds Register GOT9750675

Mechanics:
Yanmar 4 JH2-TE 62.1hp 4-cylinder turbo-charged marine diesel engine (SERVICED ANNUALLY!)
Engine hours 2222 
Fresh water engine cooling via raw-water intake & heat exchanger
Engine intake seacock replaced (OCT 2022)
Shaft driven
Single-lever morse engine control with switched bow thruster control 
3 blade fixed pitch bronze propellor (NEW 2012)
Vetus Bow-Prop 12v bowthruster with control at helm binnacle

Electrics:
3 x 12v House batteries in the heads
1x 12v, 55ah generator battery
1 x 12v, 91ah starter battery 
Charging from Victron Skylla mains powered battery charger
Alternator charging
Charging from a Rutland windcharger, with custom stainless steel mast support (NEW 2017)
BEP Marine DC battery monitor 
BEP Marine voltage sensitive relay module 125a
Paguro 3000 generator 3.0kVA 
240v mains shorepower system with breakers

Tankage:
Fuel capacity 193 litres (51 gallons) in a single stainless steel tank
Freshwater capacity 360 litres (79.1 gallons) in 3 x stainless steel tanks with tank gauge inspection hatches
Holding tank capacity 90 litres (NEW 2021)

Water System:
Hot & cold water

Pressurised system with 12v pump & accumulator tank
Water heated by engine-driven 40ltr (9 gallon) calorifier or by 240v immersion heater element (NEW CALORIFIER 2021)
2 x hot & cold pressurised showers with 12v electric pump-out
Pressurised hot and cold transom shower
Pressurised supply at the galley
Manual fresh water supply at the galley 

Rigging:
Sloop masthead rigged, with two sets of spreaders, twin lower shrouds & baby stay
Selden deck stepped mast in silver anodised aluminium
Furlex genoa furling system
Selden inmast furling system
2 x Andersen 28ST 2-speed, manual, self-tailing halyard winches on mast 
Terelyne running rigging (REPLACE PERIODICALLY 2018/2019)
Stainless steel wire standing rigging (NEW 2019)
Independent detachable forestay with tensioner (can be used as a cutter rig with the storm jib)
Aluminium Selden rigging screw covers
Mechanical backstay adjuster
Selden rod kicker with gas strut
Selden spinnaker pole mounted vertically on mast, with spinnaker running gear

Sails:
Genoa by Hyde Sails NEW 2021
Furling mainsail by Saunders Sails (NEW 2016)
Cruising chute by Ullman Sails (NEW 2010 VERY LITTLE USED)
Storm jib by Saunders Sails (NEW 2017 ONLY USED ONCE)

Inventory

Navigation Aids:
At cockpit:
Raymarine C90/W Radar/chartplotter with Pathfinder rate gyro (NEW 2009)
Raymarine ST60 speed (NEW 2007)
Raymarine ST60 wind speed & direction (NEW 2007)
Raymarine ST60 depth (NEW 2017)
Autohelm ST50 GPS/nav data 
Raymarine ST6000+ autopilot (NEW 2007)
Suunto D-135 binnacle compass
VHF
 speaker

Chart light
Hawk wind direction & VHF aerial

At The Chart Table:
Furuno Navtex
Icom M330GE, DSC,VHF radio with speakers in saloon & cockpit (NEW 2011)
Hawk wind direction & VHF aerial

Ground Tackle:

Lofrans electric anchor windlass

Rocnor anchor 25kg
Stainless steel bow protector
55 meters chain 
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with integrated anchor roller below deck


Deck Gear:
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit, guardrails stanchions & bathing platform ladder 
Stainless steel boarding gate port & starboard
2 x Andersen 52EST 2-speed, electric, self-tailing primary winches, with controls on the cockpit coaming (SERVICED ANNUALLY!)
2 x Andersen 40ST 2-speed, manual, self-tailing secondary winches
Six-to-one mainsheet with a Lewmar ball bearing car & adjustable track
Lewmar genoa tracks adjustable from the cockpit
Windscreen for the cockpit, with toughened glass in an aluminium frame
White GRP helm pedestal with a hide-covered stainless steel helm wheel
Varnished cockpit table Varnished companionway chart area 

10 x stainless steel portlights in the hull topsides (4 x opening)
5 x opening deck hatches PERSPEX REPLACED 2018
Deck lockers can be found at the bow, stern, and cockpit.
Cast aluminium mooring cleats forward, amidship & aft
Darode deck ventilators with stainless steel frame protectors/grab bars

Safety Equipment:
All Safety equipment listed is included in the sale but the vendor offers no warranties. 
The purchaser must service the safety equipment, ensure that it is appropriate for their purposes, and check expiry and service dates on all items. Expiry and service dates cannot be guaranteed!
Mcmurdo smartfind plus 406 GPS, EPIRB
4-person Ocean Safety canister liferaft, mounted in a stainless steel cradle on the pushpit  (SERVICED 2021! NEXT SERVICE DUE 06/2024) 
Horseshoe lifebuoy with Daniamant lithium light
Danbuoy
Eval LifeLink lifesling
Webbing jackstays
3 X Rutgerson safety harness anchor points in the cockpit
Drogue 30m line x 2
Fridell Blipper radar reflector mounted on mast
Manual bilge pump in cockpit
12v automatic electric bilge pump with float switch 
Gas alarm
Carbon monoxide alarm
Fire extinguishers (SERVICED 2019)
Fire blanket
Smoke alarm

Equipment:
Canvas sprayhood with aluminium frame (NEW 2022)
Cockpit tent (NEW 2018)
Canvas winch covers
Canvas deck hatch covers
Fitted cockpit cushions (NEW 2019) 
Canvas bimini with stainless steel frame 
Canvas deck hatch covers (NEW 2018/2022)
Various warps & fenders
Teak outboard engine bracket
Flagstaff  
Ships clock & barometer
Sony CD/radio player 

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Disclaimer : Network Yacht Brokers (Southwest) Ltd t/a Network Yacht Brokers Plymouth offers the details of this vessel for sale but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of the information contained in the specification or warrant the condition of the vessel or equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered for sale subject to no prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.