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2002 Najad 373 Great Opportunity - 37'

Year 2002
Length 37ft.
Price Pounds £125,000
Type: Pre-owned
Location Largs, United Kingdom
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Single
Contact Information
Builder: Najad
Designer: Judel en Vrolijk
Beam: 3.65 m
Cabin Headroom: 1.90 m
Max Bridge Clearance: 16.75 m
Max Draft: 1.90 m
Draft Drive Up: Direct Drive
Displacement: 8300 kgs Half Load
Engine(s): Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH3-E
Year: 2002
Hours: 1254
Engine(s) HP: 56 HP
Fuel: 1 Stainless steel (180 Liters)
Water: 2 Stainless steel (330 Liters)
Holding Tank: 1 Stainless steel (55 Liters)
Keel Type: Fin

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Builder: Najad
Designer: Judel en Vrolijk
Keel: Fin
LOA: 11.30 m
Beam: 3.65 m
LWL: 9.75 m
Minimum Draft: 1.90 m
Maximum Draft: 1.90 m
Displacement: 8300 kgs Half Load
Ballast: 3100 kgs
Bridge Clearance: 16.75 m
Headroom: 1.90 m
Total Power: 56 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2002
Engine Model: 4JH3-E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1254
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 56 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (330 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (180 Liters)
Holding Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (55 Liters)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Equipment
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Outside Equipment/Extras
Total Liferaft Capacity: 4
Electric windlass


The first class interior is handcrafted in selected and unstained African Mahogany, hand polished and varnished to a satin finish. Cupboards and doors with profile milled massive frames. The insulated mouldings above berth bottoms are Mahogany lined. Flooring of varnished Teak plywood with Holly inlay. Headlining of white vinyl covered panels with Mahogany strips. There is a custom bound carpet throughout covering the wood floor. Upholstery is in unblemished condition. There are opening ports in the coachroof at the galley, in the heads and in the fore cabin. The galley and the heads have extra opening ports into the cockpit. All windows, ports and deck hatches have blinds or/and screens.

Is standard two cabin and one heads.

The spacious saloon is the central living area in the boat. Two settees surround the saloon table. Folding table top on both sides. Bottle storage in centre of table. Numerous shelves and cupboards. Ample overhead lights and reading lights for settees and berths. Grab rail on starboard side of saloon ceiling and on both sides of the companionway. the companionway steps can be removed for access to the engine room. There is a door in the passageway to the aft cabin that allows access to this space and through which all daily inspections and tasks can be completed.

The galley is located down one side of the passageway through to the aft cabin. Stainless steel twin sinks with hot and cold pressurised water from modern single lever tap fitting. A Telia fresh water filter is fitted to the cold supply. Foot pump for delivery of fresh water in event of electrical failure. Gimballed twin burner gas cooker with oven. 100 lt. well insulated ice box / refrigeration unit. Many cupboards, cabinets and shelves offering storage for utensils and vitals.

Navigation area:-
The navigation area is located amidships on the starboard side just forward of the heads compartment. Separated from the saloon by a half bulkhead with integrated grab handle. Forward facing chart table with storage for charts, with drawers below.

Heads Compartment:-
On the starboard side at the bottom of the companionway steps. Standing headroom of 1.85M, the interior is finished in white laminate finish for easy clean surfaces with Corian used for floor plate and wash hand basin worktop. The WC is placed in a fore and aft aspect with bulkheads on either side to offer support. Very easy to use at sea on either tack. Hot and cld pressured water delivered from single lever faucet which can be extracted to act as shower head. The compartment has ample cupboard storage and a ventilated wet locker for oilies. There is an opening porthole to the side deck.

Aft Cabin:-
Double berth on the starboard side with a total length of 2.10M and settee to port. Three port holes of which two are opening and a skylight (deck hatch) that also serves as an emergency exit. Good cupboard, shelve and wardrobe storage for personal gear.

Forward Cabin:-
Wide double V berth about 2M long. Good cupboard, shelve and wardrobe storage spaces for personal gear. Deck hatch and portholes with blinds and screens.


Centre cockpit with wheel steering. Seating on both sides behind solid aluminium framed windscreen and under spray hood.
Large cockpit locker to starboard has fuel tank below the floor but huge amounts of space for storage of fenders dinghy etc all the way out to the hull sides.
Also to be found in here are the central heating burner unit and the holding tank for the black water waste for the heads.
Teal slatted floor give secure footing at sea.
Overall cockpit tent for use in harbour or at anchor turns this area into another comfortable seating area.
Eye bolts are fitted fore and aft and there are wire strops for fitting between these for quick and easy attachment of harness lines.

Engine and Electrical.

Yammer 4JH3-E 41.2kW (56Hp) diesel engine is mounted below the cockpit floor. Accessed from either a half door opposite the galley or by removing the companionway steps, good access can be achieved to all sides of the engine. The engine compartment is well sound insulated and houses some other machinery such as water pumps, battery chargers etc.
The engine has been serviced every year and recorded in the service booklet. Supporting paper work for this is available.

Power is delivered to a 3 blade folding propellor (flexofold) via a shaft.

The electrical system is 12 volts delivered form three service batteries of 145Ah each and one 75Ah unit dedicated to engine starting. There is a battery monitoring system with a screen/control at the chart table. Charge to the battered is from the engine driven alternator of 80A capacity or the shore power supplied battery charger. The charging from the engine alternator is enhanced with a Sterling alternator power booster ensuring maximum effort from the alternator during engine running. The shore power system also supplies power to socket outlets at the galley, and in each cabin, and to an immersion water heater element in the calorifier unit which delivers the hot water.

At the chart table all 12 volt circuits are switched and protected by breakers on the main panel giving a good and easy visual display of what is on and running at any time.

Rig and sails

Fractional rig with twin spreaders and twin lower shrouds. All shrouds have plastic protection on the lower sections and alluminium bottle screw covers at deck level. Removable inner forestay with adjuster system for setting the cutter or storm jib sail on.
Selden mast in silver anodised aluminium profile deck stepped to a height of 15 metres. All standing rigging is 1X19 stainless steel. Headsail furling system also by Selden (Furlex) with control led aft to cockpit area. All running rigging is terylene and control lines are all led aft to clutches at the cockpit, from where they can be controlled. There are mast mounted winches for spinnaker running rigging and extra halyards.
The mast head holds a wind instrument transducer, VHF antenna, Windex, Tricolour and anchor light, and lightening protection. Further down there is a deck flood and steaming light  and a Radome housing the Raymarine radar scanner. There is a mast mounted spinnaker pole with all associated rigging. The boom is also Selden and is fitted with the single line reefing system. It is supported by a rod kicker (Selden).

Sails include a mainsail which is a traditional cut in DC Mylar with a car slide system (Selden RCB) on the mast including pressure sliders for the inboard ends of the full length battens, there are three reefing points. The headsail is a 42 square meter Mylar furling sail with UV protection. There is also a Cutter jib of 21 square metres in Mylar, and a Dacron Storm jib of 13 square metres. A 95 square metre Cruising Chute full radial cut complete with "Squeezer" system for easy deployment and retrieval. A stainless steel gennaker bowsprit is fitted for this sail.


Raymarine RL70C colour radar plotter system at chart table with repeater in cockpit mounted under the windscreen.
Ray marine ST60+ Instruments above hatch at the front of the cockpit showing boat speed, depth and wind information.
Raymarine autopilot control fitted beside engine control panel in easy reach of helm.
Furuno Navtex NX-300 at chart table with antenna mounted on aft rail.
Shipmate VHF transceiver model RD68 H DSC with extension speaker in cockpit.
Raymarine ST60+ Multi function instrument at chart table to repeat all speed, depth and wind information.

Brass clock/tide clock and barometer fitted in 2006

Also to be found on the instrument panels around the chart tab are the controls for the blown warm air heating system, tank gauges for fuel and water, volt meters, and DCC 400 battery monitoring system.

Deck Equipment

Stainless steel self tailing sheet winches either side of the cockpit. Fore, aft and midship mounted mooring cleats. Twin bow roller system which also secures the gennaker bowsprit fitting.
20Kg Bruce anchor and 60 M 8mm galvanised anchor chain. 12 Volt electrical anchor windlass. 15Kg Grapnel anchor with chain and warp as a kedge.

A 4 man Petrel liferaft is fitted in a canister on the cabin roof.

Stainless steel pulpit with integrated port and starboard lights. Stainless steel split pushpit rails with teak seats, outboard bracket and  security chain for access to bathing platform. Hot and cold transom shower, with folding swimming / boarding ladder in the integrated swimming platform.
Double guardrails with stanchions and gates to both sides at widest point.
The deck, cabin top, cockpit seats and swim platform are all laid with solid caulked teak.

There is a self draining chain locker and two lazarette lockers aft for lines, warps, and gas bottles etc.

Deck and scupper drains are led to outlets at water line to avoid stress down the topsides.

Assorted fenders and warps.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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