148' Three mast steel schooner "Najaden"
Originally built as Duch sailing cargo ship



Built: 1918, J.J. Pattje, Waterhuizen, The Netherlands. Completely rebuilt 1988-89.
Length: 33.84 meters (loa 45 m incl. bowsprit). Beam: 7.02 meters. Draft: 3.21 meters. Air draft: 28 meters. - Tonnage: 173 GT, 90 NT.

Built as sailing cargo vessel “Nora”, she was sold to Germany in 1923. Motorized 1925, then returned to Holland after WW II.
Sold to Sweden in 1953 in cargo trade until 1976 when she was again sold to Groningen, Holland where the restoration back to original condition began.
The vessel was then modernized with the exclusive interior. Current owners have sailed her in the charter trade since 1989. Position: Stockholm, Sweden

Classification:
Bureau Veritas I3/3 E, international trade, expires 30-03-2012. Swedish Maritime Administration certificates for 36 passengers in trade area B,
60 in area C, 82 in area E and as school ship in area A(50). See all the certificates here: Link




 

Rigging:
Steel masts with aluminium gaffs and larch top masts,
electric halyard winches.
11 sails with total sail area about 600 m2.

Main engine:
Caterpillar 3406B, 350 bHp, new 1988, 5847 running hours.
Twin-Disc MG-514C hydraulic gearbox, reduction 3,50:1.
3-bladed fixed pitch propeller.

Cruising speed:
7 knots on about 30 litres/hour. Top speed around 8 knots.
Range: Around 3500 nm.

Bunkers:
Diesel – 11 m3. Fresh water – 12 m3.
Septic -   4,5 m3 in three tanks.

Aux. engines:
2 x Ford 2712E with Piller 30 kVA generators,
1500/2500 running hours.
1 x Valmet with 60 kVA generator in sound proofed box.
Overhauled 2007.
 



















































Ship laid up for the winter - February 2008:

 



Wheel house and Captains cabin

 

Equipment, navaids:
Observator magnetic compass, Raytheon R41X radar, Cetrek 9000 auto-pilot with remote, Furuno RT2048 VHF, Furuno DSC RM2042 VHF, 
Garmin GPS 152, Cetrek rudder indicator, Jedia JPR-1128 PA-system, Possio PM70 mobile fax, Furuno NX-500 Navtex, 3 x SP Radio 3110 hand VHFs.
Icom ICA22E flight VHF, Intercom, hydraulic steering.

 

General arrangement:
12 guest cabins below deck (two with dual single berths, ten with one single and one double berth). All cabins have en-suite WC & shower,
closet and A/C. Also below deck are two crew cabins with five berths total, both with shower & WC, as well as a store room with two freezers. Forecastle contains the Valmet genset and Daikin A/C central unit. Captain’s cabin in aft contains an office, a double berth, couch with table, WC & shower and a spare berth.


Safety equipment:
4 x DSB 16 person life rafts, 1 x Viking 25 person raft, 2 x Rescuer Sart, Kannad 406 WH Epirb. Fire alarm system, burglar alarm with bilge alarm via. Flame retardant interior. 97 life vests with lamp. Halotron fire suppression in engine room. Fire pumps in forecastle and engine room. Anchor winch with two 275 kg anchors and 125 mtrs of 22 mm chain.



 



The deckhouse contains the saloon with 20-32 table seats and a bar.
Fore of saloon is the galley with two hot air ovens, frying bench, dish washer, fridge and coffe maker.
All kitchen equipment of top restaurant standard.

The deck holds 50 dining guests under canvas. Extra WC on deck.



Deck house and ships Galley

 


Ga-plan showing access to the cabins from the main deck fore and aft.




Let's have alook at the cabins:

 

Offer now: EUR 975.000

Owners representatives: Arne Timmerling and Hugo Hein - E-mail