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Najad, 40 years of story

Now that they are in trouble (again) a little homage to those beautiful boats and to the ones that had designed and built them:































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Nh Fun 30 and Nautiner sailboats.

Of course, another Polish brand and one also in the Dusseldorf boat show. They have a 30ft, much alike the other Polish 30ft, maybe a bit faster (they run a cup in Polland):

http://www.nautiner-yachts.pl/assets...s/PBO_test.pdf







They dream of producing this 58ft (designed by another not mentioned Polish NA, Leszek Gonciarz)



But most of all they presented this beauty in Dusseldorf, the NH fun 30 that is without doubt different from the other Polish production:













This is a very modern hull, designed by another non mentioned Polish NA Designer, Eugeniusz Ginter that designs also the 30fter.

I guess that this happens on this particular Polish company because one of the owners is Marek Stańczyk, a Polish sailing champion and also because they are just KIDS, full of energy. Take a look at the owners:



Cheers to them and may they succeed. Sailing needs new blood and innovative boats

The NH Fun 30 should be a blast to sail. It is not only the hull that looks good, the dimensions also:

Maximum length (LOA)9 m
Maximum Beam (Bmax)2.92 m
Waterline length (LWL)8.92 m
Waterline Beam (WB)2.33 m
Draft - 1.8 m
Displacement 2100kg
Mainsail 25 m2
Foresail 20.8 m2
Spinnaker asymmetric100 m2
Crew: 2-6 people
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Faurby 360

The most recent Faurby was also at Dusseldorf. A beautiful boat as all Faurby, relatively narrow (3.0m), light (5300kg) with a big B/D ratio (over 40%) and an interior oozing quality.

Not a big difference for the older 362 except a more modern transom. A classic high quality, a beauty for the ones that like narrow boats and have around 214000 for a basic version. With extras and no taxes, a boat to cost over 250 000 euros without taxes. Who said beauty comes cheap?













And for the first time I guess that I can give you an idea of the interior craftsmanship and quality. Normal photos just don't are able to show that.

Look at this:

http://www.yachtingmonthly.com/fileB...fauby360e_.swf

And as you can see the boat goes upwind like a racer. Not bad for a classic

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Faurby 325 and 396

Since we are talking about Faurby let's have a look at some other models, the 325 and the 396. All narrow boats with a great upwind performance:

The 325:





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and some nice images on a 363:

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Arcona 340

Since we are talking about Nordic boats and small boats, it is in order to see some movies with the Arcona 340. He had talked recently about its great sail performance, let's see some movies. Pity the wind is always light. We can see how well it sails with very light winds. It is a fast and beautiful boat with a high quality interior







Finally, a comparison with other two great 34fts, as fast as the Arcona and with as good interiors. Of course, quality cost money and all this boats are expensive boats.

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X 34 and Finnflyer

And a better look at those other two, the X 34 that should be substituted soon and the finnflyer 34. I confess I am partial with the Finnflyer. The Arcona 340 is beautiful but the Finflyer 34 is....sexy? What a boat

Let's start with the X 34. Sorry about the image quality but I guess you would want to see the little boat doing 15K downwind as if it was nothing







and the Finnflyer 34:

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Some action:

A best of from the last Volvo:



and the three last numbers of Regatta magazine. I know it is in French but there are some that can understand and the others can see the great images:





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Re: Interesting Sailboats

Thanks PCP for all the great videos. I don't get much chance to look anymore as we are very busy with the boat as time is coming fast. This week it is electronics taking up our time making sure the company knows exactly what we want and how we want it done. Hope you are also about ready for your summer.
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Dehler 38

First pictures of the boat on the water and soon a test review on Yacht.de magazine. I guess that with this one Dehler will be out of the hook. It seems to me a great boat, much better in what regards interior than the 41. I saw the boat in Dusseldorf and had confirmed that (visited also the 41). I guess it is going to sell very well, and deserves it. Contrary of other boats on this segment the boat can be delivered in two versions, with two or three cabins,

A two cabin version is the way to go in what regards extensive cruising and will provide all storage space needed.

What can I say more? A beautiful and fast boat with a great stability that will be sold in two apparently equal versions, one very accessible and another one expensive. One will have a lead keel, epoxy cored hull over airex (or similar) a bigger mast and the other one will have a cored hull with normal resins over a balsa core, Iron keel, smaller mast.

The first one will be enough for most cruisers and I expect it to be the most sold by far. Regarding competition the main one will be from the Salona 38, a more traditional boat in the hull and interiors that regards price has a version correspondent to the basic one from Dehler cheaper and has a version correspondent to the top one from Dehler at the same price as the basic Dehler version. The Salona will have the added advantage of the stainless steel keel structure for the keel and shrouds but I never heard any complaints about Dehler solidity.

Both great boats, no doubt and the right choice in this market segment for a cruiser. A racer (if it had the money) would opt by the XP 38, but the interior is less adapted for cruising and the boat has only a three cabin version, with a smaller saloon. We could join the Elan 380 but I guess that the boat will be one of the next to be substituted on the Elan line.

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Thanks PCP for all the great videos. I don't get much chance to look anymore as we are very busy with the boat as time is coming fast. This week it is electronics taking up our time making sure the company knows exactly what we want and how we want it done. Hope you are also about ready for your summer.
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Hi Steve,

I have come work to be done on the boat (holding lines and permanent jack lines) and some other more work I can do in 15 days. No, what I am doing is preparing the 4 months cruise and that takes time if that is in Greece. Too much options and a constant wind demands a careful preparation.

Regarding sails, I am gathering information (I have several quotes). Maybe we can share information about prices and materials/sail makers? My sails are about the same size as yours, the price should be approximately the same and I guess both want the sails for the same use.

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