|Subcategory:||Blue Water Cruisers|
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||12.85 m/42 ft|
|Length:||12.85 m/42 ft|
|Width:||4.04 m/13 ft|
|WC & bathrooms:||2|
Jaykay Marine Sales are proud to offer for sale this beautiful example of a Southerly 42RST, commissioned in 2008. This yacht was relaunched for the season in April 2019 and is now on her berth here in Northney Marina. Please call us or email us to arrange your viewing. The engine is a Yanmar 4JH4-E, 56 hp which was most recently serviced in December 2016. At the same time it was winterised, and the batteries were disconnected for storage over-winter. In April 2017 the engine was recommissioned, and the batteries were re-connected. The boat has been little-used in 2017 and 2018 so the vendor has decided now is the right time to sell it. The cabin design is: 1 double berth, 1 double V-berth with an additional berth at high-level, 2 bunk berths and the saloon provides an additional double berth. This gorgeous yacht has been very well loved and owned from new by her current owner and comes with a very high specification. The vendor has not hesitated in getting required maintenance and service work completed – the most recent works are highlighted below. Recent extensive maintenance included: - Complete overhaul of swing keel, involving removal and refitting with new seals, new Kevlar strap, total overhaul of electro-hydraulic lifting system (completed 2019) - New Furlex jib furler (2018) - Complete overhaul of rigging, with new shrouds and stays, partial replacement of safety lines, some new halyards and traveller lines (completed 2019) - New lazyjack and stac-pak system - Antifoul and sacrificial anodes (2019) - Complete overhaul of forward heads and holding tank (2018) - New bow thruster (2018) - New sprayhood (2017) Southerly 42 RST factory specification: Type of hull - Monohull Category - Offshore deck saloon cruising sailboat Shipyard - Northshore Designer - Rob Humphreys Range - Southerly Construction Hull and deck - monolithic bottom, sandwich sides and deck: fibreglass / vinylester vacuum bagged Appendages: Keel (lifting) – Northshore Swing keel, cast iron Helm - 2 wheels Rudder - 2 spade rudders Cockpit - Open aft cockpit EC certification - A Hull length - 42’ 2” Waterline length - 36’ 6” Beam (width) - 13’ 2” Draft - 8’ 11” Draft when appendages up - 2’ 10” Mast height from DWL - 61’ 6” Light displacement - 25003 lbs Ballast weight - 8091 lbs Upwind sail area - 792 sq.ft Mainsail area - 468 sq.ft Jib area - 325 sq.ft Rigging type - Sloop Marconi fractional Rotating spars - No Mast position - Deck stepped mast Spars - Mast and boom in Aluminum Standing rigging - 1x19 strand wire Number of levels of spreaders - 2 Spreaders angle - Swept-back Cabin(s) (min/max) - 3 Berth(s) (min/max) – 6 - 8 Head(s) - 2, both with showers and wash basins Fresh water tank capacity - 71.3 gal The factory ordered extras included: - Additional berth at high-level in forward cabin (fun for children) - Teak decking - Hide covers to wheels and sprayhood - Extra 20m anchor chain - Raymarine E80 nav equipment, including second plotter on deck, AIS receiver, Raymic second VHF station on deck - SeeMe active radar reflector - Eberspächer hot air VAV heating system - Radio/CD/MP3 stereo system with internal and external speakers - Extra battery (making four in total) - Mastervolt inverter system - Holding tanks for both fore and aft heads - Maxprop feathering propeller + rope cutter - Saloon table converts to very large additional berth on telescopic column (not removable column) - All permanent berths with lee cloths - Maple interior - Higher spec Corian countertops in fore and aft heads and galley - Concertina blinds and insect screens to all hatches Additional items retro-fitted: - Power main winch - G2 North Sails gennaker - Grab bars in front of both helm positions Sails and rigging: - Mainsail – North Sails, approximately 11 years old and described as being in good condition (laundered, re-battened approximately 2 years ago) - Jib – North Sails, self-tacking, approximately 11 years old, described as being in good condition (refurbished, laundered and re-battened, new clew was also fitted, at the same time as the mainsail) - G2 Gennaker – North Sails, approximately 6 years old and described as being in good condition - Bermuda sloop rig, approximately 11 years old and described as being in very good condition (Overhauled and re-fitted 2019) Factory specification: Hull colour: Pure White Deck colour: Ivory White Cockpit layout: Twin wheels Boot top gelcoat : Oxford Blue Twin style stripes: Oxford Blue Ring deck: Teak laid Antifouling paint: Dark Blue Engine: Yanmar 4JH4-E 56hp Spars: Selden, twin spreader mast, single line reefing Sails: Genoa furling -slab main Mainsail cover: Navy Upholstery: Forward, extra cabin, saloon and aft cabin all in Panaz suede chestnut Joinery: Maple in lieu of standard American Cherry Galley work top: Corian type: TAMBORA Heads counter: Corian type: CALDERA BUILT TO CONFORM TO EU SPECIFICATION & CE CATEGORY A Rigging equipment: Third reef (two part) also led to cockpit (two extra single clutches) Lazy jacks three part (Internal at mast) Stac pac system for mainsail in lieu of standard sail cover. Colour: Navy Spinnaker/Cruising chute halyard & masthead block only Radar reflector fitted on the mast Conduit for radar cable fitted into mast Wash board stowage bag (fitted in cockpit locker) Colour to be Sunbrella Plus 5057 Captain Navy Selden MDS cars fitted to standard mainsail Deck specification / equipment: Teak cockpit table Wheel rims covered with hide Wheel & pedestal covers. Colour: Navy Hide covered grab bar added to sprayhood - Price difference between Integral handles and this option Sprayhood Windlass: Lewmar H3 with gypsy and drum Safety harness attachment points in cockpit - 1 @ each wheel on aft seat upright, 2" in and 4" down - 1 @ each side of mainhatch, 6" up on side faces - 1 @ each side of cockpit table on aft upright 4" up Additional windlass control on steering pedestal Extra 20m 9.5mm calibrated chain Harness lifeline jackstays port & starboard (PVC coated wire) Teak pad for outboard engine stowage fitted to pushpit Outboard motor davit on pushpit "Nova - Lift". Max lift 220 lbs Reinforced transom with Weaver snap davit brackets c/w custom brackets Two folding deck eyes Two extra 6"cleats on transom to secure dinghy Navigation equipment: RAYMARINE ST60 + Speed, depth and wind indicators mounted in instrument panel above companionway RAYMARINE autopilot with Mamba drive, ST6002+ displays in cockpit and at chart table (Type S2) RAY54E VHF Radio with DSC function including aerial and Flushmount Kit VHF aerial only fitted with Hawk feathers cable led to chart table area Swivelling Navpod fitted to rear of cockpit table to suit Raymarine E80 chartplotter Raymarine 18" Raydome RD12 (scanner) c/w scanstrut mast bracket Raymarine E80 8.4'' high performance display. Position - chart table Raymarine E80 8.4'' high performance display. Position - at rear of Cockpit table Raystar 125 Satellite differential mounted to pushpit RAY218E VHF radio with DSC function including flushmount kit and Hawk VHF aerial / windex External hailer / horn speaker for RAY218E VHF radio RayMic 2nd station hand mike for VHF radio in cockpit Ray Marine AIS250 receiver for collision avoidance information Mcmurdo Smartfind 406 EPIRB with GPS and auto deploy See Mee active radar reflector system Engineering & Electrical equipment: Swing keel (2'9'' - 8'11'') Additional battery making four in total 12v interior socket (Cigarette lighter type) at chart table Hot air heating system with 4 outlets 240v Ring main: Includes 3 double outlet sockets, earth leak circuit breaker and connection cable (with plug for shore connection,) and 1Kw Immersion heater fitted in calorifier. Position of socket 1 @ forward cabin on wardrobe, 1 @ Galley on aft bulkhead below chart table, 1 @ Aft cabin. Type of sockets: UK 130 litre front loading stainless steel refrigerator External speaker - VHF Radio/CD/MP3 stereo system (AM, FM) with two speakers Waterproof cockpit speakers for radio/cassette Sterling battery charger - 50 amp (Shore power needed) Patay Helford chrome freshwater hand pump fitted at galley sink Patay Helford chrome salt water hand pump fitted in galley including through hull skin fitting Holding tank system: One tank fitted under saloon, one tank fitted under sail locker, heads pump to sea or into tank - Pump out from tank to sea or empty via deck fitting at shore station Bow thruster, 75Kg with control at steering pedestal Max-Prop (3 feathering blades) in lieu of standard Rope cutter: Ambassador AM10 on prop shaft Deck shower with hot & cold water fitted on transom Adverc Smart regulator to alternator Mastervolt Combi 12/1200W-60A Blinds set in aft cabin for ports and under cockpit table Concertina blinds fitted in raised coachroof area Engraved brass plate only for Part 1 registration 3 lee cloths Additional single bunk to starboard above 'v' berth in forward cabin Maple internal joinery in lieu of standard American cherry Extra cabin with 2 bunks Additional items included: - Waveline dinghy 2.90m V Hull Airdeck with solid transom (hardly used, purchased August 2018) - 3.5hp Evinrude 4-stroke outboard (also hardly used, purchased August 2017) - Assorted tools, melamine crockery, glasses, cooking saucepans, kettle, etc. - Winch handles - Shore power cable - Hose - Ensign and flagstaff What the owner has to say about this boat: “This boat has been a joy since new. Comfortable, sturdy, safe and easy to sail, whilst putting on a good pace when sailed hard. It is a lovely family boat, enjoyed by my four daughters who learnt to sail on it while growing up, and it has hosted many a sociable evening in the saloon, the cockpit and when beached - courtesy of that Southerly speciality: its swing keel. With the family now grown up and moving on, it is time for others to enjoy this lovely boat and explore the sea in comfort.” Paperwork we are holding for this yacht includes: Original copy of the VAT Payment Certificate from Northshore 2008 Copy of the Builder’s Certificate EC Declaration of Conformity / CE certificate Maintenance invoices that we are holding include: Mast re-stepped and main and genoa re-fitted April 2019 Keel hydraulics serviced April 2019 Hull and transom polished January 2019 Propeller cleaned January 2019 New Furlex genoa furling system fitted July 2018 Winch service July 2018 New sprayhood March 2018 Launder Main and service January 2017 Refurbish Jib including: Launder, replace UV strip and new battens January 2017 Launder Gennaker, repair sock and service January 2017 New Stack Away Cover June 2016 We are also holding the invoices related to the major works, as mentioned at the beginning of this advert. Please call us or email us with your questions and to book your viewing with us. Thank you for looking.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The New Southerly 42RST is a 'twin wheeled' version of the Southerly 42RS with deck layout by Stephen Jones. It can be easily sailed by two people and boasts an impressive sail plan with tall fractional rig, swept back double spreaders, large mainsail with single line reefing and a self tacking furling jib. The aft cockpit offers comfortable seating around twin helm stations. The mainsheet track is located on the pilot house coachroof with control lines fed back to both helm stations, allowing the yacht to be easily managed. The steering is direct with minimum backlash with semi-balanced twin rudders to give instantly responsive steering and precise directional stability. The forward part of the cockpit is wide with generous seating for socialising. A teak cockpit table offers dinette facilities, whilst also providing a foot brace when the yacht is heeled. The spacious aft cabin boasts a large centreline double berth with seating both sides, plentiful stowage and ensuite facilities. The large raised saloon seating area provides a social point for owners and guests, permitting comfortable dining for eight, whilst at anchor or moored, and taking full advantage of the all-round views from the pilot house windows. The linear galley has good large work surfaces with lots of storage, a stainless steel fridge, freezer and fully gimballed cooker with grill and oven as standard. The large forward cabin can be built with either v berths or a centreline double and also enjoys ensuite facilities including a separate show. The highly developed Swing Keel design gives the freedom and versatility to sail in almost any waters.
Mainsail 43.44 sq m 468 sq ft Furling Genoa 30.18 sq m 325 sq ft Optional gennaker 68.62 sq m 738 sq ft
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.