I think the worst thing I have ever heard of a Najad
was"Oi, she has teak
decks", or perhaps, "what? no skeg?!". In other words, their only negatives (other than the high price) tend to be things that relate to the viewers bias or perspective. Najad's are well built and well laid out, but the company has struggled with financial stability recently. Their more recent designs are more performance oriented and have strayed from their earlier roots which consisted of longer keels, skegs, etc., and higher displacement
. Much prettier and more fun in their current
incarnation IMHO but many cruisers and some older Najad owners rue the changes.
Mille feuille or Eclair au chocolate, it's matter of taste, but both are built by a fine bakery.