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Najad 570
£545,000.00 (Tax Paid)

Overview

The 2007 Najad 570 "Jackamy" is an outstanding example of an outstanding model!

She is a fast and very comfortable ocean cruiser, and as you would expect from this generation of (Swedish built) Najad, her build quality is second to none! Her striking dark blue hull certainly sets her apart from the crowd and unquestionably makes the most of her graceful lines! She has a simple deck layout with push button controls at the helm and an easily handled rig featuring a Hydraulic In-mast main and Genoa.  

The "immaculate" Rhodes/Young designed interior is flooded with light and her woodwork is finished with a style and to the quality only found on a Najad!. This is a stunning boat,
possibly the perfect cruiser? Equipped and designed for short-handed sailing she also benefits from a Shoal draft of just 2.1m.

Viewing highly recommended.

  • Boat Make / Model: Najad 570
  • Boat Length: 57.4 feet
  • Year: 2007
  • Located: Prevaza
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine:  
  • Fuel Type:

Specifications

Construction

Hull (information from original builders specification) 

  • Vacuum infused hull in sandwich construction including multi-axial E-glass maths, vinylester resin and divinycell core material.
  • The surface layer is gelcoat
  • Below the waterline, the hull is treated with 2x layers of epoxy primer and antifouling paint.
  • The inside of the hull is top-coated (flowcoat)
  • Hull colour is white, and has been painted with Awl-grip flag blue  with white boot top and hull stripe
  • The hull is reinforced with longitudinal and transverse floor plate construction, which supports the keel fittings, mast, engine frame, tanks and cabin soles
  • There are additional longitudinal reinforcements in the hull, stringers, for maximum hull strength.
  • All main bulkheads and stringers are laminated on both sides to the hull Reinforced single laminate (no core) is used in high stress/important areas such as floor construction, engine bed, and through-hull fittings
  • The toe rail is protected with stainless steel rubbing band
  • 2 extra coats with epoxy primer Black antifouling
  • Stainless steel bow protection

Deck

  • Vacuum infused deck and coach roof in sandwich construction including multi-axial maths, vinylester outer skin Divinycell core material and polyester inner skin Reinforced single laminate (no core) is used in high stress/important areas
  • Deck colour is white
  • Hull and deck are bolted and glued together
  • Top-quality teak laid deck throughout

Keel (shoal draft) and Rudder & Steering System 

  • Lead Keel
  • The rudder is a balanced spade-rudder with self-aligning bearings and an acid-resistant solid stainless steel rudder post
  • The steering system is a rotating torque tubes system
  • Emergency steering is on the rudder post and operated by a tiller

Interior

"Jackamy" has a versatile layout with twin aft cabins, bunk cabin midships and a generous owners cabin with en-suite forward. The condition of the interior on this boat is outstanding, some would say she is immaculate!

  •  Air conditioning throughout the boat 
  • Heating: 2 x Eberspächer 5DL (air)
  • The interior is made of first-class quality and handcrafted out of selected and unstained African mahogany and Brazilian Jatoba, all hand polished and varnished to a satin finish
  • The flooring is made of varnished Jatoba with Wenge inlays
  • There are inspection hatches for the bilge, transducers and under floorboard galley stowage
  • The headlining is of cream white covered panels
  • Night lights throughout boat incl. toilets
  • Skylight screens

Saloon

  • In the saloon, there is plenty of space for the whole crew to be together for meals and room for enjoying a good social life on board.
  • The companionway steps are unvarnished and on each step there are caulked strips for a good foot-hold. The stair has a removable step for convenient stowage.
  • There are leather-covered stainless steel handrails on each side of the stairway Leather-covered grab rail on the starboard side of the ceiling..
  • There are two opening skylight in the saloon ceiling
  • Dimmer switches are fitted for the main ceiling light in the saloon, easily accessible from the entrance and 2x reading lights by the seating area
  • An elegant, large table with an inlayed Najad “N”
  • The mast box is covered with cream white material
  • Oceanair blinders in the pilothouse

Galley

  • The galley worktop is made of Corian with twin sinks 
  • A fully pressurized hot and cold freshwater includes a single lever tap
  • The cooker is a Force 10, three burner gimballed gas cooker with oven and grill.
  •  The gas pipes are fixed copper pipes and a remote-controlled shut-off valve between cooker and gas bottle is located in the galley area. A manual gas valve is fitted underneath the stove
  • A well-insulated refrigerator box (92L) and a deep freezer box (40L).
  • There are large additional stowage areas for groceries and other food items The cupboards are equipped with fiddles for plates, cups, and glasses and there is a cupboard under the cooker for pans and cutlery
  • Drawers for cutlery
  • Wastebasket drawer
  • Lights are situated over the work areas
  • Stainless Steel Microwave in the galley
  • Extracting fan in the galley
  • 2 portlights in the galley to the cockpit

Cabins

  • Both aft cabins have a double berth. Spotlights and reading lights positioned for comfortable reading
  • Two comfortable single bunks in the midships cabin on the port 
  • The forward "master cabin" has a full-width double berth, wardrobes, cupboards  En-suite heads and shower in the master cabin

Heads and Showers 

  • There are two heads with shower. Built with white laminated bulkheads including washbasin, bench surface, and shower floor made of Corian 
  • Electrical drain pumps for the showers
  • A mirror is provided in each head
  • The hot and cold pressurized water system is operated by a single lever tap in the shower and at the washbasin
  • Electrical toilets in both heads

Navigation Area

  • The navigation area is situated on the starboard side and conveniently close to the companionway. There is a chart table with a large drawer and an adjustable reading light.
  • A large computer screen which can be used for both computer and navigation purposes
  • The switchboard has a Perspex door and is equipped with circuit breakers and semi-automatic fuses 
  • 1x 230V and 1x 12V outlets located in this area

Ventilation

  • Opening skylights in the salon, aft- and forward cabins and forward heads
  • Opening portlights in galley and aft heads
  • Electrical fans in aft cabins 
  • All wardrobes are ventilated
  • 2 x Eberspächer heaters can be run not only as a heater but also for ventilation purpose
  • Extracting fan in the galley with additional lights 
  • 6 elegant Stainless Dorade vents with protection/grab bar
  • The heating outlet in cockpit

Rig

  • Seldén rig, keel stepped fractional 19/20 rig with three sets of spreaders
  • Mast and boom in anodized aluminum profile - painted white 
  • Stainless steel rod rigging
  • Hydraulic In-mast furling
  • Hydraulic Genoa furling
  • Furling controlled by push buttons from the cockpit
  • Hydraulic backstay adjuster and boom vang, controlled from the cockpit
  • Detachable stay for hank on staysail
  • Chainplates of stainless steel bolted to transverse bulkheads laminated on both sides to the hull
  • Mast equipment includes deck light (on front of the mast), steaming light, tri-color and anchor lights, and spreader lights 
  • Flag halyards
  • Boom lights in Cockpit
  • Foldable mast steps (4)
  • Radar reflector on mast
  • 2 x Furuno Multi FI-30 XL instruments on the mast
  • Horn on the mast
  • Windex with light

Sails

  • All sails are high quality, laminated, tri-radial cut, made by UK Syversen sails -
  • Spectra/Mylar cloth for Main and Genoa
  • In-mast furling main (92 sq m)
  • Furling genoa (94 sq m)   
  • Gennaker (UK sails code 0)
  • Staysail/Storm Jib Hank on cross-cut Dacron

Deck Gear

General

  • Solid teak on deck, swim platform and in the cockpit area
  • Teak side decks  
  • Teak capping fitted with stainless steel rail on the outside for best possible protection
  • There are three large stowage lockers on the aft deck accessed via waterproof flush Rondal hatches 
  • A sail locker is located on the forward deck accessed via a waterproof Rondal hatch  
  • A stowage locker is located at the transom together with separate drained locker a for gas bottles

 Sailing Gear

  • Lewmar sailing gear and Spinlock clutches
  • Main sheet track system, mounted aft of the cockpit, including adjustable ball-bearing car from cockpit.
  • Sheet and trim lines run through 4 x Spinlock line clutches
  • Genoa sheet track system with adjustable ball bearing cars, trim lines led to 2 clutches located just outside the cockpit for easy access

Winches

  • Andersen winches, full stainless, self-tailing
  • 2-Speed 2 x electric sheet main winches FSTE52 var. speed
  • 2-speed 2 x electric primary winches FSTE 72 2-speed
  • 2 x Halyard winches 46 ST FS
  • 3 x Lockable winch handles
  • 1 x Winch handle pocket
  • All deck mounted winches are easy to reach from the helmsman’s position

 Anchor System

  • Lewmar Electric windlass, located under the deck, with removable hand control
  • 40 kg Spade anchor
  • 60 m, 10 mm stainless steel and anchor swivel between the anchor and chain
  • The bow fitting includes twin bow rollers and fitting for gennaker
  • Anchor winch control in the cockpit with chain counter

 Deck Equipment

  • 1 x Pulpit
  • 1 x Pushpit with two integrated teak seats
  • 1 x Lifelines including gateways on both sides
  • Stanchions are mounted in through bolted solid fittings on the capping below the toe rail
  • Folding bathing and safety ladder fitted to the integral swimming platform for easy access in and out of the water
  • 4 x Internal deck drains to avoid smears to topsides
  • 1 x Lopolight LED Navigation lights, internationally approved, mounted on pulpit and pushpit
  • Benzonini retractable Davits
  • Ensign staff (flag pole)
  • Boathook
  • Deck fillers for water, fuel and for the evacuation of the holding tanks are easily accessible on deck
  • Jackstays on deck, hooks at nav, galley, and cockpit
  • Deck wash pum p in anchor box for salt and seawater
  • Grabrail outside stainless window frame
  • Outboard bracket on the pulpit in teak

Skylights, Portlights & Windows

  • 7 x Skylights
  • 6 x Portlights in the hull
  • 4 x Portlights in the cockpit, openable from galley and aft heads
  • 6 x Deck ventilators, Dorade type with stainless steel protection bars
  • 1 x Fixed Windscreen made of toughened glass, mounted in a stainless steel frame
  • Pilothouse windows made of laminated and toughened glass
  • Stainless Dorade vents (6)

Mooring Equipment

  • 4 x Mooring cleats, stainless steel, through-bolted
  • 4 x Spring cleats, stainless steel, through-bolted
  • 6 x 15 m mooring lines
  • 6 x fenders
  • Stainless rails at all cleats
  • Cleat in anchor box
  • Flush pump in anchor box for salt and seawater
  • Various mooring lines and fenders

Cockpit

  • There is a spacious cockpit with a large high gloss varnished chart table with integrated grab rails, behind the windscreen. In this area, there is also space for additional instrumentation and speakers
  • The solid sliding washboard and entrance hatch is made of high gloss varnished teak
  • Seats and upper cockpit coamings are covered with seamed solid teak
  • There is a big cockpit table with drop-down leaves on each side to enable easy passageway during sailing. There is stowage inside the table
  • An illuminated compass is mounted by the cockpit table
  • Stowage for regular daily use items in the cockpit includes a locker to port and pockets integrated into the pedestal/seat
  • Stylish steering pedestal with space for engine control and additional instruments. Grab rails mounted on a pedestal
  • The stainless steel steering wheel and parts of the spokes are covered with elk leather. The wheel can be stopped by an adjustable friction brake
  • The sprayhood provides a completely protected area at the forward end of the cockpit and with the optional extension, the entire cockpit can be covered. The sprayhood has windows in the front section and is fixed to a stainless steel frame.
  • Stainless steel grabrails are installed outside the windscreen.
  • For safety reasons, an electrical high capacity bilge pump can be operated from the cockpit with all hatches closed.
  • 2 extra portlights in cockpit/galley
  • Sprayhood Extention beige 
  • Bimini new in 2016
  • Extra grabrail with leather in the back of sprayhood
  • Extra engine control on second steering pedestal
  • Anchor winch control in the cockpit with chain counter
  • Cockpit cushions

Mechanical

  • Engine - VOLVO PENTA D4-180, a modern 4 cylinder, low rev, marine diesel producing 128 kW (174hp),
  • Shaft drive
  • 4-blade folding propeller
  • The engine is designed to work at low revs, for low noise levels and minimum vibration. High torque across the entire rev range and low emissions are other important characteristics of this engine
  • There is one single lever engine control mounted on each of the pedestal heads
  • Volvo engine instrument with integrated LCD display for engine hours, cooling water temperature, charging current
  • An Aqua drive flexible coupling is installed for effective vibration damping
  • An exhaust separator for reduced noise
  • The engine is located inside a very well sound-proof and insulated engine room with access from a door on the starboard side and from the galley side via removable panels.
  • Bowthruster Sleipner SP200 TCI 24V/13hp
  • Retractable stern thruster
  • Rope cutter on prop shaft
  • Racor Twin fuel filters
  • Generator Whisper 6 Ultra 5,7kW ~90

Tanks  

  • All tanks are made of acid-resistant stainless steel and are fitted with inspection hatches and level gauges
  • 2 x Fuel tanks total capacity 1000lt
  • 2 x Water tanks total capacity 1000lt
  • Holding tanks - 2 x 90lt
  • The digital water and fuel tank meters are conveniently positioned on the switchboard at the navigation station.
  • The tank monitors are programmed to the shape of each tank and display a digital reading in either litres/gallons or by percentages
  • The holding tanks have an indication lamp showing 75% capacity. These tanks can be evacuation ashore via a deck fitting or drained at sea (gravity fed).
  • All hoses connected to the holding tanks are gas tight and mounted with twin hose clamps
  • The fuel tank delivers with a suction pipe, installed to the bottom of the tanks, to enable  remove dirt and condensation. A separate manual evacuation pump is provided.
  • The reinforced hoses have twin clips in s/s
  • The fuel is filtered through an inline microbe filter and separate fuel pre-filter before entering the engine fuel filter
  • Water filter for freshwater

Electrical

  • The domestic system voltage is 24V
  • The domestic battery bank consists of AGM cells to a total capacity of 680Ah/24V (2019)
  • 1x Separate AGM engine start battery (100Ah)
  • 12V equipment runs from domestic battery system via a DC/DC Converter (24V/12V)
  • Electric power is supplied by a separate main engine alternator (24V/80A) or via a battery charger (50A) connected to shore power system (230V/50Hz) includes an efficient isolating transformer(230V/4kW),
  • 20 m shore cable and 5x 220V outlets two shore sockets on the boat (Second shore power inlet in the anchor locker)There are two separate main switches for domestic and starting system
  • Well dimensioned electrical cables, mostly run in conduits for extra safety
  • A flush mounted main switch panel with circuit breakers, including fuses of semi-automatic circuit breaker type, code lock for 12V/24V domestic system, DC/AC monitoring system, control panel for the battery charger
  • 2 x Mass combi-charger/inverters 24/2600/60/230v 50Hz (2016)
  • Lopo LED Navigation lights: 
  • Galvanic protection transformer RF
  • Grounding plate.
  • Electrical emergency bilge pump
  • Electrical automatic/manual bilge pump
  • Heaters with outlets in all cabins 2 x 5kW
  • Calorifier with Immersion hearer

Navigation and electronics

  • Autopilot - Furuno NavPilot with Rudder indicator
  • Radar - Raymarine (2016)
  • GPS - Furuno GPS/WAAS GP32
  • Chart plotter - 2 x Raymarine hybrid 12” touch (on steering pedestals)
  • Furuno NavNet with Hatteland LCD display at chart table - shows information from Raymarine plotters
  • Furuno AIS type FA150 (sender/receiver)
  • Compass - Silva
  • 4 x Raymarine i70 Instruments in cockpit showing Wind, speed, depth
  • GPS antenna for Raychart (on pole fitted to the aft deck)
  • VHF-Ray 240E Dual station
  • Loud hailer for VHF 240 E
  • 2 x Furuno Multi FI-30 XL instruments on the mast
  • Combi antenna Delta Biscay
  • Built in onboard Computer
  • Raymarine keybord with video cabel/PC-E series
  • Pioneer DVD CD player with radio and 2 speakers in saloon
  • 2 speakers in cockpit
  • Flatscreen TV in saloon

Safety

  • 3 x Fire extinguishers (powder ABE)
  • 2 x Gas bottles (5.15 Repsol)
  • Liferaft 6 man (service date unknown)

Disclaimer

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.

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