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|Tax Status||Tax Paid|
|Length at Water Line||13.13 m|
|Length on Deck||15 m|
|Max Draft||2.35 m|
|Min. Draft||2.35 m|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Engine usage (hours)||1600|
|Designer||Jüdel & Vrolijk|
|Fuel Tanks||606 litres|
|Fresh Water Tanks||730 litres|
The Najad 490 was the first modern 50 footer from Najad, designed by Jüdel and Vrolijk. Amazingly fast and easy to handle it had a commercial success that overwhelmed the yard itself and lasted even when its successor and elongated version, the 511 had years on the market. It is interesting to remember that the 511 was elected Boat of the Year in 2003. At the origin of this success there is a perfect combination between the superb Najad craftmanship, superior even to its national competition and the impressive performances of its hull lines from Jüdel and Vrolijk who were then reaching the peak of their fame. On this unit the powerful sailing plan is gently driven by a strong deck hard-ware, based on electric rollers and winches. This boat was built for the American market and has been changed to european systems by her present owner. She has many recent options. All systems, the hull structure, sail and teak deck are in good shape and she is quite ready for blue water sailing. You can write us in Spanish, English, French or Italian.
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Najad 490 unites the exceptional quality craftsmanship of Najad with the widely praised racing qualities of judel & vrolijk & co. A combination providing you with a world-class ocean going racing yacht. Designing a sailing yacht, capable of sailing all over the world and at the same time being comfortable and safe for the crew, requires a great experience of long distance cruising yachts. The result is the Najad 490. A 49 foot sailing yacht with a powerful, extremely seaworthy hull of modern design. Because of her size and volume, the Najad 490 offers a variety of layout solutions and this makes her a very personal yacht in a class of her own.
Spacious cockpit with large navigation table and sliding hatch in lacquered teak below fixed windscreen. Seats and upper cockpit coaming covered with seamed solid teak. Helmsman’s seat behind the wheel with inlaid Najad logo. Removable teak grating on the sole. Steering pedestal with leather covered wheel, engine lever and stainless steel protection bar for the compass. Space for engine control panel and instruments. Cockpit table in lacquered teak. Flush recesses in the coamings on both sides. Behind the windscreen there is space for additional instrumentation. Integrated grab rails in the curved corners of the navigation table. Two 12 volt plugs and two chart lamps. The sprayhood is splash proof and fitted in a grove to the top edge of the windscreen. The sprayhood offers a completely protected area at the forward end of the cockpit and with the extension the entire cockpit is covered. Cockpit locker under the starboard seat. Manual bilge pump operated from the cockpit. Electrical bilge pump with both automatic and manual switch. 2 x 2" cockpit drains and drains from the seats.anual switch.
The first class interior is handcrafted in selected and unstained African Mahogany, hand polished and varnished to a satin finish. Profilemilled cupboards and doors. The isolated moulding above the berths is lined in Mahogany. Flooring of varnished teak plywood with holly inlay. Removable hatches for the bilge and tank gauges. Headlining of white vinyl covered panels with Mahogany strips.
24 volt, 290 Ah domestic batteries with 12 volt converter for instrumentation. 24 volt a/c. 65 amp. alternator. 12 volt, 115 amp.hr. engine battery. 12 volt a/c. 80 amp. alternator. Well dimensioned electrical cables. The cables are to a large extent run in conduits. Main switch panel with circuit breakers adjacent to navigation table. Water and fuel meters. Ampere and volt meters. Three main switches.
The galley is located amidships and can be placed on starboard. or port side, depending on layout. Twin sinks. Pressure system with accumulator tank for hot and cold fresh water. Single lever mixing tap. Gimballed twin burner gas cooker with oven. Suction fan over cooker. Fixed gas pipes with remote controlled shutoff valve between cooker and gas bottle. Large work areas in easily cleaned and durable Corian®. One wellinsulated refrigeration box and an ice box, both with refrigeration units. Stowage for groceries. Cupboards with fiddles for plates, cups and glasses. Cupboard under cooker for pans, etc. Waste basket under sink. Drawers, one for cutlery. Cutting board. Lights over work area.
Yanmar 4JH3-HT(B)E 4-cylinder, 4-stroke turbo marine diesel with fresh watercooling. Power output at prop. shaft is 96 h.p. (72 kW at 3 800 r.p.m.) Mechanical reverse gear, type KM4A, reduction ratio 2.63:1. 40 mm propeller shaft in acid resistant stainless steel. Stern gland with water lubricated rubber bearing. Flexible shaft connection. 3-blade folding propeller in bronze with shaft anode. Single lever engine control at the steering pedestal. Instrument panel installed in the pedestal containing: – Rev. counter – Engine hour meter – Displays for • low oil pressure • high engine temperature • charging – Audible warning for oil pressure and engine temperature – Switch for instrument lights and alarm test – Key starter Electrical starter motor, 1.4 kW. Electrical stop. The engine is suspended in four rubber mounts for effective vibration damping. Wet exhaust pipe with swan neck and effective rubber silencer. Well sound insulated engine room. The engine is easily accessible for servicing.
The hull is built in a sandwich construction and handlaid of multiaxial glass fibre reinforced ISO polyester. The surface layer is of NGA gelcoat for maximum protection against water penetration. An integral swimming platform with a bathing and safety ladder in the transom.
Deck and coachroof are built in sandwich construction with multiaxial glass fibre reinforced polyester. The colour is white with carmine red trim line. Hull and deck are bolted together. Strengthened glass fibre laminate beneath stressed areas. Substantial teak capping. The deck, coachroof and swimming platform are laid with solid caulked teak, laid in silicon to the GRP deck. 10 x portholes in the coachroof. Three large lockers for anchor, chain, warps and fenders. One large waterproof locker on foredeck. Separate box for gas bottles. Four 32 mm internal deck drains to avoid smears to topsides.
Mast & Rig
Masthead rigged with three pairs of spreaders, twin lower shrouds and baby stay. Removable inner forestay (cutter stay) with adjuster. Running backstays. Seldén mast in silver anodised aluminium profile 274/185 mm, length 71’1” (21.60 m) stepped on the keel. 19-ply stainless steel wire standing rigging. 12 mm forestay and backstay. 14 mm cap shrouds and lower shrouds. 10 mm inner forestay, baby stay and intermediate shrouds. 8 mm running backstays. Headsail furling system by Seldén, Furlex 400S/12, reefing line at port, stoppers at the toe rail and organizer to outside of cockpit. Stainless steel rigging screws. M24 for top and lower shrouds, 5/8”for intermediate shrouds and baby stay. Rigging screw protection in aluminium. Stainless steel chain plates, bolted to transverse bulkheads, laminated on both sides to the hull. Hydraulics for kick, baby stay and backstay, manual, controlled from cockpit. The mast is fitted with deck light, steaming light, internationally approved signal horn, and prepared for spinnaker equipment, one selftailing stainless steel halyard winch Andersen 46 ST, stopper, winch handle pocket on the mast, stainless steel reefing winch Andersen 12 ST. Windex and flag halyards. Rope to wire main, jib and inner forestay halyards. Topping lift in Terylene. Ample cleats. Seldén boom in silver anodised aluminium profile 250/140 mm with internal outhaul and double reefing lines with stoppers. Main sheet to two stainless steel sheet winches on a ball bearing car and adjustable sheet point. sprayhood extension. Shower at the swimming platform. Electric windlass on deck, 24 volt 1500 W. 30 kg Bruce bow anchor and 60 m x 8 mm HT chain. 15 kg Bruce stern anchor, 3 m chain and 40 m x 16 mm warp.
Full-batten, triradial cut, Spectra/Mylar “Najad Original” mainsail with RCB track system or equivalent with ballbearing sliders and bolt rope on foot. The mainsail delivered complete with sail number, boat number, battens, two reefs, telltales, red sail cover and sail bag.
2 x stainless steel, selftailing Andersen 68 ST Genoa sheet winches. 2 x stainless steel selftailing main sheet winches, Andersen 46 ST. 3 x lockable winch handles, 25 cm. 4 x 40 cm stainless steel mooring cleats, through bolted. 4 x 30 cm stainless steel spring cleats, midships, through bolted. Bow fitting with twin integrated anchor rollers and a 30 kg Bruce anchor. Pulpit and pushpit in 30 and 25 mm acid resistant steel. Pushpit with two integrated teak seats. Double lifelines with four pairs of 30 mm stanchions screwed to fittings, which are through bolted to the rail below the capping. Gateways in lifelines on both sides. Folding bathing and safety ladder fitted in the integral swimming platform. Main sheet track, with trim lines and stoppers. 4 m long Genoa tracks and variably adjustable sheet blocks. Windscreen of toughened glass in aluminium frame with stainless steel grab rails outsides. 5 x skylights on deck. One of size 387x500, one of size 195x340 and three of size 500x500. 10 x stainless steel portholes in the coachroof sides. 6 x Dorade deck ventilators with protection bars. Deck fillers for water and fuel and for evacuation of the holdingtanks. International approved navigation lights. Illuminated compass. Sprayhood from the top of the windscreen and a sprayhood extension. Shower at the swimming platform. Electric windlass on deck, 24 volt 1500 W. 30 kg Bruce bow anchor and 60 m x 8 mm HT chain. 15 kg Bruce stern anchor, 3 m chain and 40 m x 16 mm warp. 6 x 10 m 18 mm mooring lines. 6 x fenders, 9”x 35” with lines. Ensign staff and boat hook.
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