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Najad 405 is a seaworthy, well-built and comfortable 40-foot family cruiser. A yacht with appealing lines capable to take you and your crew anywhere. The Najad 405 is equally suitable to the ocean adventurer as to the gentler life of costal cruising and island hopping.
The Najad 405 belongs to the newer generation of Najad yachts. The hull design includes a fin keel and a free hanging rudder. The modern yet classic mahogany interior is designed by Rhodes Young and built by the skilled crafts men at the Najad yard.
Najad 405 offers a two-cabin layout. The aft owners cabin has a wide centred double berth and the forward guest cabin offers a v-berth. The longitude galley, the navigation table and the heads with shower are all located directly at the entrance stair. The saloon has two sofas and a table with a folding side which allows for easy passages to the forward part of the yacht..
Most sails handling is efficiently done from the centre cockpit. In cold and rainy climates, you will find great protection behind the windscreen and sprayhood. The teak deck is not just beautiful but also offering super good grip when working on the deck.
This Najad 405 SVEA was delivered in 2008. It was used in Scandinavian waters by its first owner and did a trip to Caribean 2014-2015. We sold it in 2018 to the current second owners. They spent a year to get to know SVEA and prepared her for a proper sailing trip of around 15.000 Nm, which took about 14 month, and went from Scandinavia through Europe to Caribbean, Bahamas, east coast of USA and Canada, Greenland and back to Scandinavia.
SVEA has now been at “home” since the end of 2020. The owners have new land-based plans. SVEA is a curious yacht that is looking forward to go sailing again… she has just left her winter port in Kristianstad (Norway) and is now available at our showing dock in Henån.
Please contact Berthon Scandinavia for further info and bookings of viewings!
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC or RCDII (2013/53/EU as appropriate (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Keel & Rudder:
Engine & Propulsion:
Resent engine service:
Communication, Computer & Weather Systems:
Various technical systems:
Heads / Shower
Sails (from UK):
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Skylights, Portlights, Windows, Ventilation:
Various deck equipment: