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Model: Southerly 110
Model Year: 2001
Tax Status: Paid
Northshore, Chichester
Boat Ref: 3175427

Tax: Paid

Price: £90,000


Make: Yanmar
Model: 3GM30
Fuel: diesel
27 hp
Propeller: 3 Blade, 


Fuel: 182 litres (40 gallons)

Water: 205 litres (45 gallons)


LOA: 10.82m (35'6")
LWL: 9.22m (30'3")
Beam: 3.57m (11'10")
Disp'ment: 6,980kg (15,388 lbs)
Ballast: 2,205kg (4,455 lbs)
Keel Type: Lifting Keel
Draft Min: 0.7m (2'4")
Draft Max: 2.18m (7'2")

Air draft: 14.00 m (45'11'')

The Southerly 110 embodies the established features of the Southerly range, which have proved popular over many years. The modern hull, with its variable draft keel (2'4" to 7'2"), and rig set very high standards of performance, versatility and sheer good looks which appeals to family and cruising yachtsmen alike. Her aft cockpit, plumb bow line and twin rudder configuration, combined with her sail plan, makes her a fast, fun and exhilarating yacht to sail. The Southerly 110 has a raised pilot house, large saloon and spacious aft double cabin together with the benefits of the swing keel.



  • Off white gelcoat

  • Oxford blue boot top and style line stripes

  • Clear gelcoat below waterline

  • Nordseal anti-osmosis system



  • Off white gelcoat
  • 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 3GM30 fresh water cooled diesel engine, 27hp driving a Bruntons H5 three bladed

  • Autoprop through a conventional sterntube shaft drive

  • 12 volt system

  • 2 heavy duty batteries charged from engine alternator, one for engine for domestic use

  • £0 amp sterling battery charger from shore power

  • 240V Ring main to include 3 double outlet sockets, (Positions: Aft cabin, Galley, aft Saloon stbd

  • side), earth leak circuit breaker and shore power connection cable

  • 240V 1KW immersion heater fitted to hot water calorifier

  • Isotherm 3200 ASU refrigerator unit fitted in standard galley cool box



  • Pressurised hot and cold water system

  • Mixer tap to galley sink

  • Mixer tap to heads compartment

  • Hot water provided with engine calorifier unit

  • Manual fresh water pump in galley

  • Electric sump pump to shower tray

  • One manual bilge pump

  • One electric submersible bilge pump


  • Raymarine ST60 log, echo sounder, wind, speed and direction indicator, mounted over

  • companionway

  • Autohelm with controls at helm and chart table

  • Raymarine SL72 Pathfinder 7" Radar display at chart table.

  • Raymarine 18" Raydome fitted to mast

  • Simrad RD68 combined VHF & DSC unit fitted with external speaker.

  • Radar reflector fitted at mast


  • Semi balanced twin rudders

  • Pedestal mounted 30” stainless steel cockpit wheel, leather covered

  • Lewmar Cobra steering system

  • Single lever engine gear/throttle control

  • Emergency steering system

  • Compass guard and 6” main steering compass



  • Selden silver anodised aluminium mast and boom with double in-line spreader

  • Telescopic Spinnaker pole with topping lift, downhauls and deck equipment

  • Jib and mainsail with single line reefing system

  • Stack pack system for mainsail with lazy jacks

  • Cruising chute, blue and red, with snuffer, sheets, blocks and attachments


  • Aft cockpit: Laid teak to cockpit seats and to cockpit sole

  • Self draining

  • Good access aft for boarding

  • Teak cockpit table, removable

  • Telescopic stern boarding ladder

  • Mainsheet track with control lines in cockpit

  • Deep lazarette locker to port

  • Shallow, lazarette locker to starboard

  • Gas bottle storage in cockpit locker, drained.

  • Cave locker in cockpit coaming

  • Main hatch with washboard

  • Instrument panels above hatchway

  • Two winch handle pockets

  • Blue sprayhood

  • Steering pedestal


  • Life Raft - Cruiser ORC 4 Man liferaft

  • Fastfind GPS, 406MhzM3 Euro UK Handheld VHF

  • Gas fog horn

  • 2 Mooring lines

  • 3 fenders and tails

  • Horseshoe Buoy

  • Coastal first aid kit

  • Ball and Cone

  • 2 safety lines


  • Mainsheet track with control lines leading aft to cockpit

  • Four rope clutches on each side, for running rigging

  • Two Lewmar 44ST genoa winches on coamings

  • Lewmar 16AST winches at companionway

  • Stainless steel grab handles on either side of coachroof

  • 15kg Bruce anchor

  • 10 metres of chain

  • 30 metres of warp

  • Two fire extinguishers

  • One fire blanket

  • Cleats forward and aft raised

  • Spring cleats amidships

  • Fairleads aft

  • Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bow roller

  • Mooring bollard

  • Stainless steel pulpit incorporating navigation light bracket

  • Stainless steel stanchions and guardwires

  • Stainless steel pushpit incorporating stern gate, navigation light bracket and ensign socket

  • Fuel and water deck fillers


  • Opening deck hatch, size 60, over forecabin

  • Two size 1 glazed opening portlights in cockpit to serve aft cabin

  • Acrylic main companionway hatch

  • Opening hatch to heads (obscure)

  • Opening hatch over galley

  • Opening hatch over dinette

  • Opening hatch over navigation area

  • Pilot house windows and hull ports are toughened glass, bonded into recess in the GRP mouldings


  • Internal joinery is in solid American Cherry with matching marine quality faced plywood

  • Lining are fabric covered plywood or GRP mouldings as appropriate

  • Cabin soles are teak striped non-slip laminate panels

  • Curtains fitted to portlights

  • Cockpit cushions


The layout is in accordance with the general arrangement drawing, There are a total of 8 berths, three in the forecabin, two in the aft cabin and three in the saloon (a double berth settee/table conversion and a single settee

  • Raised galley to port

  • Twin stainless steel sinks

  • Hot and cold pressurised water

  • Nordstone worktop

  • Top loading ice box

  • Stainless steel grab rail to worktop

  • Fully gimballed gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven (fail-safe devices on all burners)

  • Gas cut off tap

  • Waste bin below

  • Two large opening lockers

  • Four drawers

  • Stowage under side deck

  • Overhead light



  • Dinette seating to port

  • Stoward outboard

  • Stainless steel mast support, table slides and can covert area to a double berth

  • Full length single settee to starboard

  • Stowage under and front access

  • Recessed lights under side decks

  • Overhead lights

  • Four fixed port lights



  • Chart table to starboard with excellent visibilty

  • Chart stowage under hinged lid

  • Book stowage below

  • Seat with stainless steel grab rail

  • Large stowage under seat

  • Chart light

  • Main switch panel

  • Overhead deck light



  • Single berth to port that coverts to a double for sleeping

  • Full length shelf to port

  • Locker aft

  • Hanging locker to starboard

  • Access to chain locker through bulkhead

  • Two fixed portlights

  • Opening deck hatch

  • Two overhead lights



  • Heads compartment to starboard of companionway

  • Marine WC

  • Washbasin with Nordstone surround

  • Showerhead/Mixer tap

  • Stainless steel grab handle

  • Hot and cold pressurised water

  • Stowage under and outboard with Perspex doors

  • Shower fixing

  • Electric shower drain pump

  • Grating to shower tray

  • Mirror

  • Fixed light

  • Toilet roll holder

  • Oilskin stowage



  • Large double berth offset to starboard

  • Large vanity unit to port with stowage under and outboard

  • Shelved wardrobe

  • Stowage drawer under forward end of berth

  • Two reading lights

  • Two overhead lights

  • Two fixed portlights

  • Two opening ports to cockpit

  • Door to en-suite facilities

  • Access aft through bulkhead to steering gear


This boat has been a delight to own and we have had endless fun aboard. She sails well in all seas and notably down wind in a big swell. The twin rudders pay for themselves in such situations. At first shallow draft manoeuvring in a crosswind kept everyone entertained until I discovered aunique handling technique of applying opposite rudder to bow thruster. With any crosswind simply engage low speed drive, steer with the wind (which will be in the opposite direction you want to go) and apply the bowthruster into wind the head off the bow. The effect is to move sideways through the water into wind, although it takes a little nerve in a lock! This is very effective because of the Southerly's two features of shallow draft and twin rudders. People have asked me about the name. It simple derives from the Greek for the Wind of the Spirit and it suit her well. We are sad to be selling her but having bought a house on the sea in Cornwall with the use of

length restricted swinging moorings my boating needs have changed.


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.