£ 875,000
Southerly - 535
£ 875,000
Southerly - 535
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£ 875,000
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Southerly - 535

Blue Water Cruisers201316.67 m/55 ft

Southerly 535 - 2013/First commissioned & used 2015 - £875,000 Including VAT A great opportunity to acquire a very lightly used Southerly 535 with a very high specification including Selden Carbon Mast, In-Boom furling, electric headsail furling system and a beautiful teak interior. This yacht really looks stunning! A 360 degree panorama tour is available for this boat, click on 'Full Specs' and then scroll to the link at the bottom of the page.

Manufacturer Provided Description
For many yacht owners, sailing is a passion and one that is taken very seriously. Today with numerous events organised globally including the World Arc and Blue Water Rally, it has become far easier for owners to ‘live the dream’ and fulfil their ultimate ambition to cruise round the world safety and securely. Very often owners will decide to do this upon retirement, often a husband and wife looking to cruise shorthanded. This requires the right yacht designed and built specifically for this purpose, not only to keep her crew safe in any conditions they might encounter but also to offer luxury and comfort. Following the success of the Southerly 57RS, superyacht designers, Dubois Naval Architects have been commissioned to work alongside the Southerly design team, to create the Southerly 535. Innovative design, sleek styling, powerful sailing performance, superior build quality and luxurious accommodation are all hallmarks of this superb yacht. The hull is characterised by a long waterline, fine entry and beam carried aft to ensure the highest degree of performance, comfort, stability and safety. The beautifully stylish lines of the coachroof exudes sophistication and elegance, normally only seen on much larger yachts. The Southerly 535 is designed for easy handling, and can be sailed by just two people. The tall powerful rig with swept back spreaders will keep the yacht sailing fast in all weather conditions, with minimum effort. The double headsail rig is suitable for most wind conditions and sailing environments; the self tacking jib allows you to sail easily on short tacks without any effort - ideal for coastal cruising. The overlapping genoa enhances upwind performance in light airs, and together, the double headsail is perfect for down wind trade wind sailing. An optional asymmetric gennaker, for off wind sailing, can be flown from a bowsprit. The lift keel is seen to be the perfect compliment to a blue water cruiser. Offering a deeper draft than most, for sailing offshore, whilst having the flexibility to cruise shallow waters anywhere in the world with the draft reduced to just a few feet. This has the added benefit of enabling a yacht of this size to find shelter in remote places from heavy weather and storms, by getting closer inshore and mooring in anchorages inaccessible to fixed keel yachts.
Hull Construction
This yacht was first ordered in 2013, but was finally commissioned & first used in 2015 Light grey gel coat hull with Ivory White coachroof Gunmetal Grey boot top and Gunmetal Grey & Red & style lines Northshore’s patented Nordseal antiosmosis system Clear gel coat below the waterline Copper coating applied to below waterline of hull and keel Watertight sail locker bulkhead Bronze skin fittings beneath the waterline Flo coat inside of hull, up to waterline
Deck Fittings and Loose Gear
8 Retractable Mooring cleats forward, aft and midships Foredeck sail locker with flush hatch Electric windlass with deck switches and chain counter/toggle switch at port helm 45kg Ultra anchor 100 metres of chain with 100 meters of warp Teak laid decking to ring decks and forward coachroof Teak double seats to pushpit and teak seats to bow pulpit Lazarette locker with access from bathing platform & aft deck Shallow lockers under helm seat to port and starboard Stainless steel pulpit incorporating navigation lights Stainless steel guard rails aft of side gates port and starboard and stanchions and guardwires forward forward of gates. Fold down side deck gate/boarding ladder Stainless steel pushpit incorporating stern gates, navigation light and ensign socket Deck shower with hot and cold water Fuel and water deck fillers Self tacking foresail track with sheet to cockpit Mast base turning blocks for running rigging Rope clutches at companionway, for running rigging Mainsheet track to aft end of cockpit Genoa tracks,cars and foot blocks Lewmar 48 AEST powered halyard winches port and starboard, in lieu of standard Lewmar 68 AEST (2 speed) powered Genoa sheet winches in lieu of standard Lewmar 54AEST powered main sheet winch and jib sheet winch, in lieu of standard Handrails on either side of coachroof Sprayhood in recessed trough Four fire extinguishers One fire blanket
Sheltered Mid cockpit, fully Self draining Teak cockpit seats and teak cockpit sole Cockpit table with folding leaves and central storage box Access aft, moulded steps from transom Telescopic swim ladder Two gas bottle lockers in aft deck and large lazarette locker with fold down stern platform Escape hatch from aft cabin Instrument consoles at helm Two winch handle pockets Twin steering positions Four safety harness eyes Access to steering gear Sprayhood & Bimini covers, external saloon window covers
Raised Saloon
Raised saloon seating to port Saloon Table with burr maple top Lower 'snug' seating to starboard, table with inset chess board top. Table can fold away to create a passage berth with lee cloth Two opening roof hatches with roller screens Ventilation (fixed and closeable) Concertina blinds to pilot house windows
Twin stainless steel sinks Corian worktop Pressurised hot and cold water Stainless steel grab rail Large Front loading refrigerator Double drawer freezer Fully gimballed gas cooker with three burners, grill and oven (fail-safe devices on all burners) Gas cut off tap and gas detector Ample storage for crockery and cutlery Cupboards Opening roof hatch with roller screen Ventilation Opening port
Mechanical and Electrical
Volvo D3-150 146hp (107kW) 5 cylinder, fresh water cooled diesel engine. Only approximately 425 hours run from new (As at October 2017) Aqua drive antivibration system on shaft Stern tube with lip sea seal and water lubricated stern gland Stainless steel propeller shaft Bruntons 23X16 4 bladed folding propeller Ambassador AM15 Rope cutter on prop shaft 150 amp 24volt engine driven alternator, separate 12v alternator for engine & genset start batteries Can bus type distribution system with dedicated AGM 12v 90Ah main engine start battery Standard service battery bank 8 x AGM Slimline 185Ah each (24V 740 Ah in total) Mastervolt Easyview touch screen monitor with shunt 240v Ring main: Includes double outlet socket to each cabin, earth leak circuit breaker and connection cable (with plug for shore connection) Bow thruster 250TT with control at steering pedestal Stern thruster 250TT with control at steering pedestal Upgrade to additional Mathers electronic gear & thruster joystick control on Starboard side helm pedestal (Port side Mathers control fitted as standard Fuel tank - capacity 900 litres, with sediment trap and line filter Racor Double change fuel filter for main engine Racor fuel filter for generator Bronze water inlet with removable filter gauze strainer and inspection hatch 24 volt electric engine room ventilator Sound deadening to engine room 12v dedicated engine / generator start battery 12v instrumentation battery Sea fire automatic engine room extinguisher system DC ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 12 and 24 volt system Six heavy duty batteries,charged from engine alternator, for 24v services and domestic use Isolating switches for all battery banks Battery monitor Can Bus type distribution system Mass Combi 24v /2500 charger inverter Dedicated Battery charger 12v for shared engine /generator start battery 24v to 12v converter for navigation systems Cabin LED lighting throughout Reading lights over bunks Chart light over navigation table Full navigation light system incorporating bow lights, stern light, masthead tricolour light with all round white anchor light, deck flood light and steaming light AC ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 230v ring main with double socket to each cabin Shore power inlet 240v - 16 amp, with cable. (Inlet sockets at bow and stern) 230v Onan generator 4Kw 50Hz Air conditioning is not fitted but fitting locations and vents were incorporated in the internal fitout enabling relatively easy retrofitting
Rig and Sails
Rig. Selden carbon fibre mast, including black alloy spreaders, Nitronic 50 rod standing rigging with clutch (1 masthead halyard led aft to coachroof winch as standard). Clear coated Leisurefurl manually operated black painted Aluminium in-boom furling system in lieu of standard alloy boom Hydraulic boom vang and backstay cylinders with manual hydraulic pump & Navtec control panel next to Stb helm Electric Powered genoa furling headstay, Furlex 300 E 24v Electric Powered jib furling inner stay, Furlex 400 E 24v
Navigation Equipment
RAYMARINE Navigation Pack: 3 x i70 multi function colour displays, 2 X i60 Analogue wind displays including long arm masthead transducer, Raystar 130 Satellite differential antenna mounted to coachroof Raymarine 4kW 18'' radar scanner complete with scanstrut mast bracket Icom M423 DSC/VHF fitted at chart table, includes interfacing NMEA Icom Command Mic HM-162 external handset (for use with M423) fitted at helm RAYMARINE Mamba drive autopilot with p70R control display, SPX30 Smart pilot with Rate Gyro, includes rudder reference unit. Raymarine e95 Hybrid Touch multi function display at chart table 2 X Raymarine e165 15.4" Hybrid Touch multi function displays at each helm
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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Mooring CountryUnited Kingdom
Year built2013
Sales statusavailable
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Length16.67 m/55 ft
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