The first class interior is handcrafted in selected and unstained African Mahogany, hand polished and varnished to a satin finish.
Cupboards and doors in solid Mahogany with profile-milled massive frames. Most of the wood on this boat will have come from the same tree and so the colour match is exceptionally good
Saloon The spacious saloon has a large saloon table with folding tabletop and discreet bottle stowage in the centre.
Full-length settee on the port side (convertible to sea berth with fitted lee cloth),
Two comfortable armchairs to starboard with also with bottle storage between.
Heating in all cabins (Diesel Eberspacher)
Standing headroom of 6’3” in the saloon.
Generous bookshelves and cabinets with overhead and side lighting.
Top quality upholstery and curtains, in Valuta blue/yellow.
The insulated lockers are lined in Mahogany above the berth bottoms.
The flooring of varnished teak plywood with holly inlay.
Inspection hatches for the bilge and stowage. Headlining of white vinyl covered panels with distinctive Mahogany strips.
Grabrail on the starboard side in saloon ceiling & both sides of the companionway.
Removable Companionway steps.
Fwd facing nav station with desk stowage, cubby holes and draws, midships fwd of heads.
Najad fitted carpets(not shown in photos)
Galley The L-shaped galley is located amidships allowing free passage between the cockpit and saloon.this is a galley is easy to work in both at sea and in the harbour
Separated from the saloon by a half bulkhead with integrated grab rail.
Stainless steel twin sinks.
Pressure water system with accumulator tank for hot and cold fresh water.
Foot pump for manual operation. Single lever tap for hot and cold water.
Drinking water has a nature pure filter with a separate tap
Gimballed twin burner Smev gas cooker with oven and grill. Fixed gas pipes with remotely controlled shutoff valve between cooker and gas bottle together with manual tap
Large work areas in a durable laminate that is easily cleaned.
Well insulated fridge,100 lt.suspended baskets and space for standing bottles.
Stowage area outboard of sinks. Plenty of storage cupboards for plates, cups and glasses, utilising peg boards to secure crockery. Cupboard under cooker for pans, etc. Wastebasket under the sink. 4 Wooden drawers, one for cutlery.
Lights over the work area.
Opening porthole above the cooker.
Heads to starboard. With wash basin, WC w/ manual pump, H&C pressurised water & shower, good stowage lockers including a heated oilskin locker, Corian surfaces. Located amidships this is a very easy cabin to access at sea
Aft cabin, a light and airy cabin with a large double berth to starboard and an upholstered settee to the port, lockers & hanging wardrobe, opening portholes & an opening deck hatch.
Fwd cabin double berths, shelves, cupboards & hanging wardrobe, a seat on the port side, opening portholes & hatch.
Navigation and electrical equipment
Raymarine C 90W Colour GPS plotter with Navionics Platinum charts
Raymarine RD 418HD colour digital radar
Digital Yacht AIT 2000 class B AIS fully integrated to chartplotter
Raymarine ST60 speed, depth, wind in the cockpit
Raymarine autopilot ST 6001plus
Additional Raymarine RL72 CRC
Raynav 300 repeater plotter.in the cockpit
VHF radio deck speakers in the cockpit
Stereo speakers from radio/cd player in the cockpit
VHF Sailor A1 semi-duplex DSC radio
Icom SSB HF radio with SCS pactor modem enabling worldwide
sailmail e-mail and weather information
Furuno Navtex NX-300
Handheld Raymarine VHF radio and Garmin GPS
Radio/CD Bluetooth Blaupunkt player with stereo speakers
12 volt systems
450AH battery bank with upgrade (2007) smart regulator to 50A alternator c/w
DC 4000 battery controller.
Ampair (Doughty) Aquair 100 water and air turbine with spare water turbine.
12V 400/1000Watt inverter with cabin outlet.
230 volt shore power with 40A battery charger and 3 pin (UK) sockets in all cabins.
1 x 75 Ah engine battery.
12 volt/80 A alternator.
Charging regulator for start and domestic batteries.
The cables to a large extent run in conduits. Main switch panel with circuit breakers adjacent to the chart table.
Water and fuel meters, voltmeter. Two alt. three main switches for domestic and engine circuits.
4 x 12 volt socket outlets.
Engine and propulsion
Yanmar 4JH3-(B)E, 4-cylinder direct injection, 4-stroke marine diesel with fresh water cooling.
Power output at propeller shaft is 53.4 h.p. (39.3 kW at 3 800 r.p.m.)
Mechanical reverse gear, type KM4A, a reduction ratio of 2.63:1.
Stainless steel propeller shaft in acid resistant steel
Stern gland with water lubricated rubber bearing.
The "P" bracket is a composite carbon GRP construction which is bonded to the hull (no bolts) rubber, water lubricated cutlass bearing
Full service and report (2019)
The engine is mounted on four rubber cushions for effective vibration damping
Aqua drive flexible mount drive shaft coupling.
Twin Racor fuel filters and water separator.
`J’ Prop variable pitch (Feathering) propeller.(original fixed 3 blade propeller as spare)
Saw blade disc rope cutter
Single lever engine control at the pedestal.
Instrument panel fitted to starboard recess in cockpit including - rev. counter - engine hour meter - displays for •charging •high engine temperature •low oil pressure - audible warning for oil pressure and engine temperature - switch for instrument lights and alarm test - key starter - electrical stop.
Electrical starting motor, 1.2 kW.
Wet exhaust with swan neck and effective rubber silencer.
Soundproof engine room.
The engine is easily accessible for service through a door in the passageway and the removable companionway stairs.
Deck and coachroof are built in sandwich construction in glass fibre reinforced polyester. The colour is white with Carmine red trim line.
Hull and deck are laminated together.
Strengthened glass fibre laminate beneath stressed areas. Substantial teak capping. The deck the coachroof, both forward and aft, and swimming platform are laid with solid caulked teak.
A self-draining locker forward for chain, fenders and warps
Two stowage self-draining/vented lazarettes, aft, for gas (3 bottles) and mooring lines.
Two 1" (32 mm) internal deck drains on side decks, to prevent streaks on the hull,
Teak outboard bracket on pushpit.
Harness jackstays to deck mounted `D’ rings.
Anchor well with 60 metres of 8mm anchor chain
Lewmar Delta anchor (2018)
Fortress 37 aluminium anchor
Najad 12Kg folding anchor.
Lofrans Airon electric anchor windlass with electric remote control.
Scooped transom with integrated swimming platform
Two stainless steel gateways with stanchions and guardrails.
All the teak decks were professionally renovated in 2019 and are in very good order.
4 x 12" (30 cm) mooring cleats, through bolted.
2 x 10" (25 cm) spring cleats midships, through bolted.
Twin bow roller fitting with double integrated anchor rollers.
Pulpit in acid resistant stainless steel fitted with a teak step.
Pushpit in acid resistant stainless steel with two integrated teak "gin seats".
Double lifelines with four pairs of stanchions, mounted on fittings that are through bolted to the hull below the teak capping.
Folding safety ladder fitted in the integral swimming platform.
Mainsheet track with trim lines to the ballbearing car.
2 x 2.5 m long Genoa tracks with 2 x sheet blocks with trim lines adjustable from cockpit.
Windscreen of toughened glass in an aluminium frame.
2 x skylights, 1'3"x1'8" (39x50 cm) and 1 x 1'8"x1'8" (50x50 cm).
11 x portholes in the coachroof.
2 x Dorade ventilators with stainless steel protection bars.
Teak grab rails on both sides of the coachroof.
Flush deck fittings for filling water and fuel tanks.
Stainless steel through deck fitting for all mast cables connected below deck.
Comfortable, safe cockpit with a large navigation table in high gloss teak behind a fixed windscreen.
Seats and the upper side of cockpit coaming are laid in teak. The Curved Helmsman's seat with Najad logo in teak behind the wheel.
Teak cockpit table (removable)
Teak cup holder
Removable teak grating. Steering pedestal with stainless steel protection bar for the compass which also supports the cockpit table.
S/steel wheel with hide leather trim - the trim was renewed in 2018
Detachable s/steel lifelines in cockpit sole
Two flush pockets in the coamings port and starboard. The starboard one also contains the engine control panel.
Raymarine instrumentation is mounted behind the windscreen above the companionway
Integrated grab rails are built into the hi-gloss teak side tables in the cockpit.
The sprayhood is fitted in a groove to the top edge of the windscreen - the windscreen has grab rails on both sides
The sprayhood offers a protected area at the forward end of the cockpit.there is a hide-covered grab handle that runs along the rear edge of the sprayhood
The sprayhood extension is zipped to the sprayhood and covers the whole cockpit.
A separate, purpose-built, bimini
There is a Spacious cockpit locker under the starboard seat with storage for the cockpit table, washboards and a fire extinguisher.
Below/behind the cockpit locker, there is space for hot water boiler, fuel tank, and holding tank.
A manual bilge pump fitted so that it can be operated from the cockpit with all hatches closed.
Two 2" self-drains and draining from seats.
Mast, Rigging and Sails
Fractional rig with twin spreaders and twin lower shrouds.
Seldén mast in silver anodised aluminium profile 206/139 mm, height 49'2"(15.00m) above deck, stepped on the coachroof and supported by a galvanised steel pillar, that is placed on the longitudinal and transverse reinforced support beams.
1x19-ply stainless steel wire standing rigging. 8 mm forestay, 7 mm backstay and intermediate shrouds, 10 mm top shrouds and lower shrouds.
Stainless steel rigging screws. 7/16" for intermediate shrouds, 3/4" for top shrouds and all others 5/8".
Headsail furling system, Seldén Furlex 300S/8, with control line on port side, drawn through blocks on the stanchions and stopper on the cap rail to cockpit.
Backstay adjuster, Selden mechanical.
Seldén gas strut rod-kicker
The mast is fitted with deck light, steaming light
Spinnaker equipment halyard etc,
One stainless steel, self-tailing halyard winch Andersen 12ST.Stainless steel reefing winch.
Stoppers to Genoa and main halyards.
Winch handle pocket,
Windex and flag halyards.
Internal main halyard of 5 mm,133-ply stainless steel wire with Terylene rope end.
Internal jib halyard of 6 mm, 133-ply stainless steel wire with Terylene fall.
Stainless steel chain plates, bolted to transverse bulkheads, laminated on both sides to the hull.
Seldén boom in silver anodised aluminium profile 171/94 mm with internal outhaul and twin reefing lines with stoppers.
Six-to-one mainsheet with ball bearing car on a sheet track, with trim lines.
2 x Anderson stainless steel ST52 Genoa Winches
2 x Anderson stainless steel 28 ST spinnaker winches.
Fully battened mainsail in Vectran by Kemp Sails (2013),
Performance cruise premium headsail (110%genoa) in tri-radial spectra dacron (Kemp Sails 2013),
Hanked matching 110% genoa (as new) allowing twin headsails for downwind sailing c/w two spinnaker poles,
Heavy weather jib (as new) with detachable inner forestay,
Three point reefing by Selden with all control lines operated from cockpit through clutches.(two reefs single line system)
Kemp `packaway’ stack pack sail cover on the boom .
Selden gas power strut and Selden spars.
Furlex 308S foresail reefing with twin track forestay.
Aluminium rigging screw protection.
All rigging professionally inspected and replaced as necessary in 2013 and 2018.
The hull is hand-laid in a sandwich construction of triaxial Rowing with ISO polyester.
The surface layer is of NGA gel coat for maximum protection against water penetration.
The colour is white with carmine red trim and water lines inlaid in the gel coat.
The hull is flow-coated internally.
The Lead ballast keel is bolted to a deep sump/stud on the hull
The semi-balanced rudder has a half skeg with s/steel heal fitting
The antifouling was stripped back to the gel coat (spring 2019) then primed and re-antifouled below the waterline.
The underwater section of this boat was inspected by a marine surveyor before being launched (March 2019) and confirms the boat is in very good condition and the work was done to a high standard
Safety and miscellaneous equipment.
406 Mhz EPIRB.
Ocean safety 4 –man Liferaft.
Fire extinguishers in each cabin and fire blanket in galley
Remote gas isolation switch.
MOB Life Sling,
Inflatable danbuoy and ring.
Flares, fog horn, powerful searchlight.
Firdell radar reflector.
Full set of signalling flags (for dressing overall).
Comprehensive ship’s tool kit
A comprehensive set of spares (drive belt, pumps, impeller, bulbs, screws etc., filters, winch kits, toilet spares, etc.)
Three Andersen locking winch handles.
Second spinnaker pole for twin headsails. Selection of blocks. Bolt croppers. Anchoring and motoring cones. Spare mainsail cover. Spare 3 bladed fixed propeller.
Emergency tiller. Running rigging, sheets for all sails, mooring warps, preventer, three compensators and 7 fenders.
Avon dinghy with outboard bracket, pump, and oars. Mercury 3.3 hp outboard engine. Selection of Admiralty paper charts, c-map charts and Navionics charts covering the whole of UK and Europe.
LOA: ------- 37'8" --------------------------------- 11.30m
LWL: ------- 32' ------------------------------------- 9.75m
Beam: -------12'------------------------------------ 3.65m
Draft: -------- 6'3"------------------------------------ 1.90m
Bridge Clearance:- 54'11"------------------------------------16.75m (Approx.)
Ballast: 3100 Kg
Displacement: 8300 Kg
Tanks (All tanks are stainless steel)
Water -------------- 69 gal. ------------------------------------- 315L
Hot water----------- 4.4gal.------------------------------------- 20L
Fuel ----------------- 40 gal. ------------------------------------- 180L
Holding tank ------ 12gal. -------------------------------------- 55L
The owners of "Pelagia of Poole" have owned her since new and taken real pride in her - They are among the most knowledgeable cruising sailors in the world - as well as establishing the Bluewater rally and organising many other world rallies they have also cruised on Pelagia in Portugal, the Caribbean and the east coast of the USA
"Pelagia ‘is comprehensively fitted out to a high specification with an exceptional inventory of onboard equipment making her ready for extended cruising. She has been substantially upgraded with navigation and communication equipment and sails. The popularity of the Najad 373 has been remarkable, setting the benchmark for the highest standards of Swedish craftsmanship and seaworthiness.
We have really enjoyed owning this very special yacht "
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.