The Najad boatyard is known for its high quality, well thought through designs and fine craftmanship, combining traditional boat building skills with modern technology. This Najad 370 was built on Orust, an island on the west coast of Sweden with a long history of boat building and pride for good craftmanship.
The Najad 370 is designed to be a sturdy, comfortable and secure yacht, built to perform well in both coastal and off shore sailing. The yacht is a true long distance cruiser that is slim enough for day sailing and for entering those small exotic harbours along the coast.
Designed for both double and single handed sailing, the center cockpit ensures comfort and security in all weather conditions. From here you have good control of all lines and a good view over the yacht. The width of the side decks and foredeck gives secure passage and excellent room for sail handling.
Najad 370, ERMA recently had a bowthruster installed, making manouvering in narrow harbours very easy. ERMA is equipped with a reliable Volvo Penta MD22, 57hp engine, which has been well maintained over the years and only has 2,560 hours on the clock. Her sails are also in good condition.
The interior is well layed out, with beautiful Mahogany woodwork throughout the yacht that has been well maintained and is in good condition for her age. The Najad 370 was conceived as a floating home and much thought has gone into the layout. You will find her safe and comfortable to move around below deck, even in rough seas.
ERMA is a great value yacht with a lot of potential. The current owner has enjoyed ERMA for three years in the archipelago of Stockholm on the eastern side of Sweden. Her main harbour is at Värmdö, 45 minutes from the centre of Stockholm.
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Mahogany interior in good condition for yacht’s age.
Sails in good condition. Mainsail and Genoa (2019, 2022).
Sleep 6 in 2 cabins and saloon.
Lots of storage compartments.
Refurbished underwater body with epoxy treatment (2021).
Swim platform externally fitted to the stern with a swimming ladder attached.