A miniature version of a superyacht --- World Premiere at boot 2018
With the new Najad 395 AC, Najad presents a yacht under 40 feet with an aft cockpit designed with a focus on good sailing characteristics and a lot of comfort for long-distance cruising. Together with its sister design, the Najad 395 CC, the yacht celebrates its world premiere at the boot Dusseldorf 2018.
Aft cockpit with twin helm The Najad 395 was designed in cooperation with the renowned design team of FARR Yacht Design, and Ken Freivokh Design is responsible for the interior yacht design. The Najad 395 AC features a large aft cockpit with twin helm stations, offering the crew plenty of space to operate winches and lines.
At the same time, it provides a well sheltered area for relaxing on deck. The large, fold-down swim platform at the stern, which invites you to all sorts of water sports activities, is also easy to operate from the aft cockpit.
Pleasant living atmosphere As standard, the Naja 395 AC has three large cabins, a spacious owner's cabin in the bow and two aft cabins that can easily accommodate up to six people in comfortable double beds. With its appealing interior layout and a generous saloon and pantry, flooded with daylight thanks to the many windows and skylights, the new Najad 395 AC offers a very pleasant living atmosphere.
Najad 395 AC in Bildern
Idividual design options Thanks to a very extensive list of options and accessories, the yacht can be tailored to the individual needs of each individual owner and be equipped accordingly. Colours, fabrics and canvas can be matched in many different styles, creating a unique interior design of the Najad 395.
The Najad 395 AC is alternatively available as a two-cabin version, convenient for those travelling as a couple or requiring the extra space below deck for long-distance cruising. In this layout, there is no aft cabin to starboard, thus allowing room for additional storage space, a large shower area and an extended nav station. In addition, the shipyard offers further variations of the interior layout, such as a walk-in wardrobe and additional cabinets.
Technical specifications: Length over all: 11.99 m Beam: 3.99 m Draft: 1.80 m / 2.10 m Displacement: 11,000 kg Engine: 57 hp
A beautiful, round bow, a delicate small stern, the superstructure flat and angular and at the same time skilfully fitted into the lines. An important prerequisite for a successful Daysailer. The Eagle 37 is a real eye-catcher and celebrates its world premiere at boot 2019.