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Model: Southerly 32
Model Year: 2010
Tax Status: Paid
Location: Northshore
Boat Ref: 3834024

Status: SOLD

Tax: Paid

Price: £135,000


Make: Yanmar
Model: 3YM30
Fuel: diesel
Power: 21.3kW (29 hp)
Propeller: 3 Blade,


Fuel: 137 litres (30 gallons)
Water: 165 litres (36 gallons)


LOA: 10.0m (32'9")
LWL: 9.1m (29'10")
Beam: 3.6m (11'10")
Disp'ment: 7,456kg (16,438 lbs)
Ballast: 1,927kg (4,248 lbs)
Keel Type: Lifting Keel
Draft Min: 0.8m (2'9")
Draft Max: 2.2m (7'4")

Air draft: 16.60 m (54'6'')

The Southerly 32 is the perfect small yacht for family cruising. Great performance, self tacking jib for easy sailing, comfortable cockpit and the instant feeling of space inside the Southerly 32 is quite incredible, with excellent accommodation and good headroom for a yacht of this size. As with all Southerlys, the yacht will also dry out and sit up when the keel is raised.

  • 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.



Heavy duty GRP moulding, hand laid up incorporating multi axial and unidirectional reinforcements. Thickness increases progressively towards the keel area. The keel box is an integral part of the hull layup and sandwich construction stiffening runs the entire length of the hull topsides. All main bulkheads are bonded into the hull at the main layup stage.

  • Ivory white gelcoat

  • Oxford blue and deep red boot-top and style lines Clear gelcoat below waterline

  • Coppercoat antifouling system


Hand laid GRP sandwich construction using balsa core stiffening with plywood in high stress areas where fittings are positioned, Heavily stressed areas are additionally reinforced with unidirectional glass reinforcement. The deck is bonded to the hull through the entire length and to all main bulkheads resulting in a strong and integrated unit

  • Ivory white gelcoat

  • Two tone gelcoat to not slip areas of ring deck Teak laid to cockpit seats and cockpit sole Teak capping rail to hull and deck joint upstand


The fixed ballast is an iron casting which acts as a grounding plate and astransverse stiffening for the keel unit. It is fitted into a moulded recess in thehull in the area of the keel box with stainless steel fastenings. The aerofoil keel blade is cast iron and incorporates a stainless steel pivot at the leading edge.

Variable draft is achieved by raising and lowering the blade with an electrically driven pump, fitted with a manual back-up. All hydraulics are easily accessible for maintenance. The keel control is fitted at the helm pedestal with a gauge showing the keel position. A removable stainless steel pin enables the keel to be locked in the “up” position.


  • Yanmar 3YM30 29hp (21kW) 3 cylinder, fresh water cooled, diesel engine

  • Reduction/reverse gear

  • 60 amp alternator

  • Bronze sterntube with water lubricated stern gland

  • Stainless steel propeller shaft

  • Three bladed Bruntons Autoprop

  • Ambassador AM10 rope cutter fitted

  • Non metallic fuel tank in sail locker, capacity 30 gallon, with sediment trap and line filter Non metallic water strainer with removable filter

  • 12 volt electric ventilator to engine space

  • Sound deadening to engine box

  • Removable panels around engine box for access and maintenance



  • 42kg Lewmar bow thruster fitted with control fitted at steering pedestal in cockpit



  • Three heavy duty marine batteries charged from engine alternator, one for engine, two for domestic use. Mastervolt IVO 12/50 amp smart 3 step battery charger

  • Isolating switches

  • Cabin lighting throughout

  • Reading lights over berths in fore and aft cabins

  • Chart light on navigation table

  • Full navigation light system incorporating bow lights, stern light, masthead tri-colour light with all round white anchor light, deck flood light and steaming light

  • 240V ring main with double sockets(UK) fitted in galley, saloon and aft cabin, with earth leak circuit breaker. Cable with plug for shore power connection.

  • 1Kw immersion heater fitted to hot water calorifier

  • 12V cigarette style interior socket

  • Hot air heating system with three outlets (aft cabin, saloon, forward cabin)

  • Top loading refrigerated ice box in galley

  • Holding tank system fitted, heads pumps to sea or into tank.


  • Pressurised hot and cold water systems

  • Mixer tap to galley sink

  • Mixer tap with shower in heads

  • Non metallic fresh water tank under port aft end of saloon seating, capacity 36 gallons Hot water provided by engine calorifier unit

  • Electric sump pump to shower tray

  • One manual bilge pump

  • One electric submersible bilge pump


  • Raymarine ST60+ wind, speed and depth indicators in panel above companionway with graphic display at chart table

  • Raymarine  RAY55E VHF Radio with DSC function fitted at navigation station, with external speaker Raymarine autopilot system with ST6000+ displays in cockpit and at chart table

  • Radar reflector fitted on mast

  • Furuno GP32 fixed GPS Navigator with aerial

  • Radio/CD/MP3 stereo system with two speakers

  • 15" LCD flat screen TC with built in Freeview and DVD player

  • Glomex TV antenna mounted at masthead


  • Semi balanced twin rudders

  • Pedestal mounted steering wheel in cockpit, with hide cover Lewmar Cobra steering system

  • Single lever engine control fitted to pedestal

  • Emergency steering system

  • Wheel and pedestal cover in Dune 5026



  • Selden fractional rig twin spreader mast, aluminium alloy 3 mast climbing steps fitted

  • Self tacking jib

  • 1 x 19 stainless steel wire rigging with bottle screws Furlex headsail reefing system

  • Solid kicker

  • Internal halyards

  • Lewmar 16ST winch fitted to mast

  • Backstay fitted with manual tensioner

  • Stainless steel bowsprit for gennaker



  • Short battened Dacron mainsail for slab reefing Dacron self tacking jib

  • Lazy jacks and Stac Pac system for mainsail


  • Aft Cockpit

  • Self draining

  • Laid teak to cockpit seats and cockpit sole

  • Good access aft for boarding through transom door Telescopic stern boarding ladder

  • Deep lazarette locker to starboard

  • Drained gas bottle stowage to port

  • Cave locker in cockpit coaming

  • Perspex main hatch with washboard

  • stainless steel locking bar to companionway hatch Instrument panel above hatchway

  • Two winch handle pockets

  • Steering pedestal

  • Teak cockpit table fitted to steering pedestal Liferaft locker to starboard

  • Two safety harness eyes

  • Sprayhood with hide covered grab bar in Dune 5026 Cockpit cushions with drainable foam in Dune 5026


  • Cleats forward and aft raised

  • Spring cleats amidships raised

  • Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bow rollers

  • GRP foredeck anchor locker with reinforced shelf to take anchor windlass

  • Mooring cleat

  • Stainless steel pulpit incorporating navigation light bracket

  • Stainless steel stanchions and guardwires with midship gates port and starboard Stainless steel pushpit incorporating stern gate, navigation light bracket and ensign socket Fuel and water deck fillers, pump out fitting for holding tank

  • Self tacking foresail track with sheet leading aft to cockpit

  • Mainsheet track with control lines leading aft to cockpit

  • Rope clutches on each side for running rigging

  • Two Lewmar 30ST winches at companionway

  • Stainless steel handles on either side of coachroof

  • Quick Crystal 1000 12v windlass with hand held control switch

  • 15Kg Bruce anchor

  • 18 Metres of chain

  • 36 Metres of warp

  • Harness lifeline jackstays to port and starboard

  • Teak pad for outboard engine stowage fitted to pushpit

  • Weaver snap davits fitted to transom

  • 3 Fenders with tails

  • 2 Mooring warps

  • Boathook

  • Ensign and staff

  • 2.6M Dinghy with 3.5HP Mercury outboard


  • One opening deck hatch size 44 and two size 03 hatches over forecabin

  • One opening hatch, size 44, to saloon. Two opening hatches, size 20 to galley and chart table Two opening ports in aft cabin

  • Opening port in heads

  • Dorade ventilators over heads and galley

  • Acrylic main companionway sliding hatch

  • Coachroof windows are partially reflective toughened glass, bonded into GRP moulded recesses


  • Interior joinery is in solid American Cherry and matching marine quality faced plywood. Lining are fabric covered plywood or mould GRP as appropriate

  • Cabin soles are teak striped non-slip laminate

  • Curtains are fitted to the hull portlights, colour Oatmeal 1-6145-476

  • Concertina blinds are fitted to the raised coachroof windows

  • Roller shades/screens on hatches to forward cabin

  • Saloon upholstery, and forecabin colour: Prim 70

  • Aft Cabin berths, colour: Flor 72

  • Galley worktop, Corian type, colour: Gemini


The layout is in accordance with the general arrangement drawing. There are a total of 4 berths, 2 in the fore cabin and 2 in the aft cabin.

  • Galley to port

  • Stainless steel sink

  • Hot and cold pressurised water

  • Corian type worktop, Gemini

  • Top loading refrigerated ice box (75 Litres)

  • Stainless steel grabrail to worktop

  • Fully gimballed gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven (Fail safe devices on all burners) Gas cut off tap

  • Crockery stowage

  • Cupboards for utensils and food

  • Cutlery drawer

  • Opening hatch

  • Overhead light



  • Full length settees to port and starboard Stowage under

  • Fixed central table with hinged leaves Stainless steel mast support Recessed lights under side decks Three overhead lights

  • Two fixed hull portlights

  • Curtains to hull ports

  • Concertina blinds to coachroof windows

  • Opening hatch



  • Chart table to starboard with excellent visibility through coachroof windows Instrument console forward of chart table

  • Chart stowage under hinged lid

  • Book stowage below

  • Navigation seat

  • Large stowage under seat

  • Chart light

  • Main switch panel inboard

  • Overhead light

  • Opening hatch



  • V berths with infill panel to convert to a double berth Stowage under

  • Full length shelves to port and starboard

  • Two lockers one with shelves, one hanging Access to chain locker through forward bulkhead Two fixed portlights

  • Curtains to portlights

  • Three opening deck hatches

  • One overhead light

  • Two reading lights



  • Heads compartment to starboard of companionway Marine WC

  • Hinged seat cover to toilet

  • Washbasin with corian type surround, Gemini Undersink locker

  • Showerhead/mixer tap

  • Hot and cold pressurised water

  • Electric shower tray sump pump

  • Grating to shower tray

  • Locker

  • Mirror

  • Fixed hull port

  • Opening portlight

  • Oilskin stowage



  • Large double berth offset to port, with double sprung mattresses Fitted sheets

  • Two lockers, hanging and shelved

  • Two reading lights

  • Two overhead lights

  • Fixed hull port

  • Two opening ports, one to cockpit, one to outboard

  • Curtains to hull ports

  • Door to heads (acts as en-suite)

  • Access to stern gear


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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