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SOUTHERLY 100 SOLD  -  Built 1991, £39,000 Lying Northshore Shipyard

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Model: Southerly 100
Model Year: 1991
Tax Status: Paid
Location: Northshore
Boat Ref:
Status: SOLD

Tax: Paid

Price: £39,000


Make: Yanmar
Model: 3YM30
Fuel: diesel
Power: 30 hp
Propeller: 3 Blade,


Fuel: 25 gallons
Water: 2x46 gallons


LOA: 9.75m (32'0")
LWL: 7.162m (29'10")
Beam: 3.05m (9'11")
Disp'ment: 4,309kg (9,500 lbs)
Ballast: 1,244kg (2,774 lbs)

Keel weight: 740kg (1,632 lbs)
Keel Type: Lifting Keel
Draft Min: 0.8m (2'9")
Draft Max: 5'10"

A nice example of the very popular Southerly 100 cruising yacht that has just come onto the market. With her variable draft swing keel, this family sized cruiser can take her owners to many locations that most fin keeled yacht owners can only dream of. She has a very well designed interior for comfortable family holiday cruising and has a secondary inside steering position with good visibility as well as the standard cockpit pedestal steering.


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  • Under sail, the Southerly 32 is fast and exhilarating - and a real pleasure to helm. The modern hull shape with plumb stem and long waterline length provides impressive sailing performance whilst the broad transom, twin rudders and Lewmar direct rod steering gives instantly responsive helming and exceptional directional stability - making the yacht easy to control.

  • The instant feeling of space inside the Southerly 32 is quite incredible, with excellent accommodation and good headroom, for a yacht of this size.


Hull and superstructure are heavy duty hand lay-up GRP mouldings. In the hull, woven rovings and chopped strand mats are used in combination. With thickness increasing progressively towards the keel area. There is a balsa core in the topsides which stops just above the waterline. The deck is of sandwich type construction using balsa core stiffening, with plywood in high stress areas where fittings are positioned. Bulkheads are glassed in and the entire deck is bonded to the hull resulting in a strong and integrated unit. A teak rubbing strake is fitted externally. Interior joinery is of teak faced plywood with solid teak trims built onto GRP Base modules which are glassed into the hull.


Coachroof, deck and hull topsides in standard off white gelcoat finish. Bilges and lockers painted throughout. Boot-top in blue yacht paint finish. Nordseal laminate system applied to hull with copperclad gelcoat underwater.


The cast iron grounding plate is bolted into a recess in the hull using stainless steel bolts. It acts as transverse stiffening in the way of the keel slot and protects the hull when taking ground. The aerofoil swing keel is cast iron with a stainless steel pivot pin fitted into a substantial boss at the forward end of the grounding plate. The swing keel is raised by an electrically operated single ram hydraulic system which is attached to the swing keel by a pulley system.


​Yanmar 3YM30 3 cylinder diesel engine fitted with reduction/reverse gear. A marine electrical system with a 60amp alternator is fitted, together with the Yanmar standard instrument panel. Other fittings include; bronze stern tube with water lubricated stern gland; stainless steel shaft with flexible drive coupling to engine; bronze 3 bladed propeller; Ambassador Marine rope cutter; stainless steel fuel tank, capacity approx. 115 litres, with line filter; bronze water inlet with strainer. Sound insulation in engine compartment. Single lever controls in cockpit. Access to the engine is through the companionway area.


Bow thuster fitted, motor in forepeak centre locker, with pushbutton control on cockpit steering pedestal​


Three heavy duty 12V batteries are fitted , two for domestic circuits and one for engine start, charged by the engine alternator. Battery charger. 12V to 240V inverter. Full accommodation and navigation lights. Combined steaming and deck flood light on mast and combined tri-colour all round white light at masthead. Circuit breaker panel at chart table. Sacrificial anode on hull wired to engine and stern tube. 12V socket near chart table. 12V socket in cockpit. 240V ring main with 2 interior sockets, waterproof shore connection socket in cockpit with safety circuit breaker and cable to connect to shore.


Firdell radar reflector fitted to mast. Stowe Dataline central unit at chart table, Stowe Dataline Digital boat speed, Simrad wind speed and direction, Garmin 152H GPS. Sestral hand bearing compass. NASA Clipper depth sounder, ICOM 505 VHF/DSC marine transceiver with internal and external connectors. Yeoman chart plotter with set of charts. Raymarine Smart Pilot X5 autopilot, cockpit mounted. Raytheon R10X radar. Garmin GPS.


Eberspacher D3L warm air heating with 2 outlets in saloon. Isotherm 3000 refrigeration unit fitted to icebox. Radio/cassette stereo system with two sets of speakers. Gas detector with sender unit and automatic solenoid cut off. Windscreen wiper. Internal engine controls. Seawater hand pump fitted in galley. Engine calorifier unit fitted, with immersion heater connected to shore power. Shore powered engine compartment heater. Engine compartment fire port. Black water holding tank. Extended red light system.


90 Gallons approx. Stainless steel vented tank with deck filler and level indicator, feeds the electric pressure water system. An additional freshwater tank is fitted.


A manual bilge pump is fitted in the cockpit, piped from the bilge to the hull discharge. An electric bilge pump is also fitted.


Internal and cockpit steering positions are provide. The cockpit wheel is pedestal mounted, connect to the rudder arm with a torque tube system. The internal wheel is connected to the rudder arm using Morse type cable. The rudder is a GRP moulding protected by a shoe to facilitate beaching or sailing in shallow water, fitted with wings for better control


Mast and boom are anodised aluminium alloy with stainless steel and alloy fittings. The mainsail has in mast reefing gear. Furlex or similar headsail reefing system is fitted.


Standing rigging is of 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with swaged end fittings and stainless steel rigging screws. The mainsheet system, the mainsail halyard, genoa halyard and single line reefing systems are let aft to the cockpit. Telescopic pole in deck chocks


In-mast furling mainsail (177sq ft). Furling Genoa (301 sq ft) with UV protection strip. Cruising Chute & snuffer. Number 2 Yankee


Integral with deck mouldings. Cave locker in coamings. Large cockpit lockers. Separate stowage for gas bottles with overboard drain. 30” stainless steel destroyer wheel on pedestal with binnacle compass and single lever engine controls. Cockpit table fitted to pedestal. Removeable glass holder that fits to pedestal. Teak helmsman’s seat, teak cockpit coaming trims, teak slats on cockpit seats and teak cockpit grating. Cockpit Cushions. Cockpit sprayhood, with back extension and frames. Cockpit dodgers. Teak pad on pushpit for outboard motor stowage. Stainless steel cabin door security bar and padlock.


Genoa sheet tracks with roller fairleads. 2 speed Lewmar 30ST sheet winches and cleats on cockpit coaming. Mainsheet horse cleat, halyard stoppers and winches on coachroof. Sampson post. Fairleads. Fore, aft and midship mooring cleats. Stanchions and double lifelines. Stainless steel pulpit. Stainless steel stern rails. Stainless steel transom boarding ladder. Bow roller fairlead incorporating stowage for anchor, Furlex or similar genoa reefing system. Compass on binnacle. SL Seawolf 520 electric anchor windlass, with foredeck foot switch control. Harness lifeline jackstays.


Bruce Patent anchor with 10 Metres 5/16” calibrated chain and 10M rope warp. Additional 40M chain available. Various mooring warps & fenders in aft locker. Fire extinguisher. 2 boathook. Horseshoe lifebuoy with light and holder. Liferaft stowage pushpit fittings. Dinghy with oars. Hull protection blanket. Lifesling overboard rescue system. Dan Buoy. Kedge anchor. General maintenance supplies stowed in lockers.



Lewmar hinged acrylic deck hatch forward. Main companionway hatch in GRP on slides with garage. There are ventilators in the toilet, saloon, and galley. All other windows are fixed tinted polycarbonate or acrylic panels except in way of forward facing wheelhouse windows which are toughened glass. Additional Lewmar hatched are fitted over the galley and chart table.



Two full sized overlapped berths with stowage lockers under. Stowage shelf to port. Access to cabin locker. Opening Lewmar hatch giving access to foredeck. 2 hull ports with teak rails and curtains. Door to main saloon.


Adjustable height table converts dinette to double berth. Lockers under dinette with shelf and drink stowage behind. Settee berth opposite dinette with bookshelf and stowage behind. The floorcovering is teak and holly striped plydeck with non-slip varnish and berber carpet under table.


Located to port and aft of the main saloon. Twin stainless steel sinks with holt and cold pressurised water. Gimballed gas cooker with fiddles, two burners, grill and oven. Icebox. Drawers, cupboards, and crockery storage. Shelf over worktop. Galley crash bar fitted. The floor is teak and holly striped plydeck with non-slip varnish.


To starboard there is a chart table with storage under, Book stowage and space for electronics. The inside 16” stainless steel wheel is fitted in the navigation area. The helmsman’s seat has a hanging locker below and the two batteries are stowed under the floor.


Enclosed compartment to starboard with marine WC. Washbasin with pressure hot and cold water and shower. Stowage lockers. Mirror and glass holder. Hooks for oilskins. Shower grating on floor. Independent electric pump to drain shower tray.

To port and aft of galley. Stowage lockers under. Large removable side panel gives access to engiNE.



Original cushions and upholstery have been replaced with 4” foam. Additional teak woodwork includes boxes for winch handle, binoculars, flares, glasses, CD’s Books etc.

Stowage in forepeak for table extension, lee cloths.


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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