Galena
Najad 373
PRICE
$199,000 USD
LENGTH
37ft 1in
YEAR
2001
TYPE
Sail

The Swedish Najad boatyard has produced some of the finest sailing craft on the water today. GALENA, a Najad 373, is a superb example of the craftsmanship and sea kindly design that bears the Najad name. GALENA has been lightly used, exclusively in the Pacific Northwest, with journeys in the US and Canada.  Her brightly varnished cockpit tables and cockpit enclosure deliver a great place to enjoy a meal or keep watch while protected from rain or sun. Down below she sparkles, comfortably accommodating a cruising couple or a vacationing family. It is rare to find a Najad for sale in the US; rarer still to find a boat in such immaculate condition.

Specifications
Name of vessel Galena
Model Najad 373
Year 2001
Builder Najad
Designer Jodel-Vrolijk
Price $199,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 37
Beam (feet) 12
Draft (feet) 6
Displacement (pounds) 18960
Ballast (pounds)
Engine model Yanmar 4JH3 E
Engine horsepower 54
Engine hours 953
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 47
Water tank capacity (gallons) 83
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 14
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Accommodations:

The interior accommodations of GALENA showcase the quality and craftsmanship of the Najad yard in Sweden. African mahogany joinery and veneers, mahogany battens on all exposed ceilings, teak and holly cabin sole offset by a reflective white vinyl ceiling deliver a bright and cozy interior. The blue upholstery that is used throughout the boat is hardy, in excellent condition and shows as new. Well laid out overhead and task lighting along with eight opening ports and three opening hatches ensure good light ventilation. All hatches have integral shades and screens and there are curtains on all ports. Forced air heat is ducted to all major spaces in the boat.

Starting forward is the guest cabin. There is a large double berth with storage suitable for use as sail locker below. Mahogany battens are on the ceilings, shelves are above the berth port and starboard and a locker is forward for both storage and access to the windlass motor. Aft of the berth to port is a hanging locker with dressing settee below. There are two opening ports, a good-sized opening hatch and reading lights.

The main salon is aft of the forepeak cabin. There is an L-shaped settee to port with two lockers, a bookcase and shelves below the cabinets . The straight settee to starboard also has two lockers, a bookcase and shelves below. The nicely crafted, traditional mahogany table with spirits locker reaches both settees with a starboard leaf raised. Settee backs can be removed to make larger berths suitable for use as sea berths. Four reading lights and overhead spots illuminate the space.

The forward facing nav station is aft and to starboard of the main salon. Top opening chart table, two inboard facing drawers and additional storage under the nav station seat provide room for navigation tools and charts. The electrical panel is outboard the seat as is the VHF radio and ST60 Multifunction instrument. Plenty of bulkhead space remains for installation of additional electronics. A Frigast nav light is mounted at the chart table.

Aft of the nav station is the large head with integral shower. Finished in easy to clean white surfaces, the head includes Raritan PH Superflush marine head and porcelain sink set in a Corian vanity. There are lockers above and below the sink with a hanging locker aft of the vanity. The sink faucet includes a flexible hose that converts the faucet to a shower head. A mirror is on the forward bulkhead.

Opposite the companionway to port is an L-shaped galley with light gray laminate counters. Forward most is a double SS sink with integral cutting board that is fitted to one of sink basins. There is pressure hot and cold water as well as a freshwater foot pump and seawater hand pump at the galley sink. Outboard the sink is a large locker set in the counter followed by the two burner Force Ten stove with oven. Aft of the stove is a bank of five drawers with cubby below and top loading Waeco Coolomatic refrigerator with freezer compartment. A long shelf runs outboard the counter surface with large lockers above. Spotlights are set in the overhead above the lockers providing excellent task lighting.

The galley passageway also leads to the aft cabin. The large double berth to starboard and single to port have comfortable sprung mattresses and deliver good sea berths on either tack. Storage space is available under the berths with battery locker forward and inboard of the double berth. When at anchor with a beam sea rolling in, one can also sleep athwartships. There are mahogany battens on the ceilings, shelves above the berth to port and starboard and a hanging locker forward and to port. Two opening ports, one fixed port, a large opening hatch, reading and overhead lights provide good ventilation and excellent light.

Engine access is excellent. The four companionway stairs can be lifted for access to the front of the engine and a large passageway door opens to the engine room.

 

 

 

ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:

  • Raymarine ST60 Speed
  • Raymarine ST60 Depth
  • Raymarine ST60 Wind
  • Raymarine ST6001 Plus autopilot
  • Raymarine ST60 Multi-function at nav station
  • Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS DSC VHF radio
  • DMK Box (AIS Interface to iPad)
  • Raytheon RL80 C chart plotter with 4 Kw Radome mounted on mast
  • Suunto  6″ compass at binnacle
  • Barigo clock and barometer
  • Windex
  • Tricolor and anchor light on mast
  • Navigation lights on deck
  • Deck lights

 

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:

  • Balmar 125-amp alternator with Balmar MC-612 smart regulator
  • Balmar Digital Dual Charge (for starter battery)
  • (2) Lifeline 8/D AGM 12-volt house batteries (510-amp hours total)
  • Lifeline Group 24 AGM 12-volt start battery
  • True Charge 40 + amp battery charger
  • Odelco 115-volt 50/60 Hz 3.6 kVA isolation transformer
  • 115/120-amp shore power connection
  • 30-amp 120-V 50′ long Shore power cord

 

MECHANICAL & PLUMBING SYSTEMS:

  • Yanmar 4JH3-E / 54hp with 953 hours
  • 30mm prop shaft and PSS dripless shaft seal
  • Flex-o-Fold three-blade folding prop
  • Eberspacher Airtronic diesel forced air heat with outlets in each cabin
  • Sigmar Marine hot water heater
  • Raritan PH Superflush marine head
  • Jabsco Amazon manual bilge pump in cockpit
  • Jabsco 3550 Electric bilge pump with automatic and manual switch
  • Jabsco Par Max pressure water pump
  • Jabsco shower sump pump
  • Fresh water foot pump at galley sink
  • Seawater hand pump at galley sink
  • Force Ten stove with oven
  • Waeco Coolmatic 12-volt refrigerator/freezer
  • Johnson Pump Aqua Jet Raw Water washdown pump

DECK & HULL:

The hull of the Najad 373 is a warm white gelcoat with a burgundy shear and boot stripe. The sandwich construction consists of glass fiber reinforced ISO polyester with the outermost layer hand laid with Isophall in the polyester resin. The core material is Divinycell for additional strength and insulation. The decks are also sandwich construction in glass fiber reinforced ISO polyester with a Divinycell core. There is additional reinforcement under tracks and other high stress areas. The decks are teak with a teak cap rail with rub strakes at cleats and gates. The center cockpit is good sized with benches that are roomy enough for sleeping. Lazarette storage is available in a cockpit locker as well as two aft deck lazarettes. The starboard aft lazarette contains the two propane tanks.

GALENA was hauled for bottom paint in August 2020.  The hull was buffed, decks cleaned, and stainless steel polished.  In insurance survey was done in July of 2020 and is available for reference.

  • SS Pushpit and pulpit
  • Double SS wire lifelines with gates port, starboard and aft
  • Lofrans Progress 12V anchor windlass with remote
  • Double SS bow roller
  • Deep anchor locker aft of bow roller
  • 44 lb. Bruce anchor with 200′ of 5/16″ high test chain
  • 22 lb. Danforth secondary anchor with rode
  • Teak handrails on coach top
  • Teak seats at pushpit
  • Swim step with teak decking
  • Swim ladder
  • Deck shower
  • (8) Opening ports
  • (3) Fixed ports
  • (3) Opening hatches
  • (2) Ventilators with cowl vents and SS guards
  • (6) SS cleats
  • Lifesling
  • Center Cockpit
  • Hard windshield
  • Canvas dodger with full cockpit extension (2013)
  • Canvas storage covers for cockpit enclosure
  • SS grab rail outside windshield
  • High gloss varnished chart tables to port and starboard of companionway
  • High gloss companionway hatch
  • Teak grate on cockpit sole
  • Varnished cockpit table and drink holder
  • Chart light
  • 12-volt outlet

 

SAILS & RIGGING:

  • Selden aluminum deck stepped mast with double spreaders
  • Selden Furlex 300S roller furler headstay
  • Selden Rodkicker Vang
  • Selden manual backstay adjuster
  • Hasselfors turnbuckles with Selden covers
  • Selden spinnaker pole stowed on mast
  • Adjustable genoa tracks with control lines at cockpit
  • End boom main sail sheeting with traveler on aft cabin top
  • Dacron crosscut genoa (2002)
  • Main sail (2002)
  • (2) Anderson 52 ST winches
  • (2) Anderson 28 ST winches
  • (1) Anderson 12 ST winch at mast
  • (1) Anderson reefing winch at mast

 

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