Paulo Thanks for you help.
I have seen a lot of NAJAD yachts movies in the youtube, but it would be interesting to hear opinions and experiences from the owners. Have you sailed one or been on board in the international fairs, like Paris?
From what i searched these brand is more expensive than HR and Mallo in general comparing the same length.
The Najad normally are not at the Paris boat show and the best place to see them is in Dusseldorf and also on the Hamburg boat show.
I have never sailed one but have been many time inside Najads, particularly the 380 and the 410. About seven years ago the boat I saw as ideal for me was a Najad, an Halberg Rassy or a Malo and the size I was interested in was 38/40 ft so as you can imagine I followed very closely all the test sails and on the boat shows I was careful in comparing the interiors and the build quality that is very high for the three boats, specially in what concerns the interior.
I particularly liked the Najad 380 and even more the Malo 40. At the time the Halberg- Rassy only had the older 37 center cockpit (that is still on production) and Malo a 36ft or a 40ft. The Najad 380 offered more than the Halberg Rassy and I liked also the more modern design (I even felt that the quality was a bit better) of the Najad 380.
Today Halberg-Rassy has modernized its production and the 372 is a faster and more modern boat than the Najad 380 even if not with the same interior space and probably with an interior with a slight less quality.
As you know Najad went down and recently was bought by a Swedish motor boat company. We will see if they maintain the quality, that always was a benchmark and if they chose, as Halberg-Rassy, to modernize the boats to match in sail performance other high end cruisers, like the cruising line of X-yachts.