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|Offered By||Clarke & Carter Interyacht Ltd. - Suffolk - Clarke & Carter|
A fine example of the variable draft Southerly 110, built by Northshore Yachts. This high quality ocean going cruising yacht has the tall rig option with self tacking jib.
Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - 01473 659681
|Length at Waterline||9.22m|
|Fresh Water Tank||1 x ()|
|Fuel Tank||1 x ()|
|Holding Tank||1 x ()|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
See plan. There are a total of 8 berths, three in the fore cabin (V berth and pull man berth), two in the aft cabin and three in the saloon (a double berth settee/table conversion and a single settee).
GALLEY: Raised galley to port. Twin stainless steel sinks. Hot and cold pressurised water with 77 gallons capacity in two tanks (engine and immersion heater heating). Corian type worktop. Top loading refrigerated icebox, 75 litre. Stainless steel grab bar to worktop. Plastimo fully gimballed gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven (Fail-safe devices on all burners). Waste bin below. Two large opening lockers. Four drawers. Stowage under side deck.
SALOON: Dinette seating arrangement to port. Two lockers aft. Stainless steel mast support. The table slides and can drop to convert area to double berth. Full length single settee to starboard. Stowage under and front access. Bottle stowage. Four fixed hull portlights. Concertina blinds to raised coachroof windows. Curtains to portlights. Blue upholstery. Radio/CD player.
NAVIGATION AREA: Chart table to starboard with excellent visibility through raised coachroof windows. Instrument console forward of chart table. Chart stowage under hinged lid. Book stowage below. Seat with stainless steel grab rail. Large stowage under seat. Chart light. Main switch panel.
AFT CABIN: Large double berth offset to starboard. Large vanity unit to port with angled acrylic doors, stowage under and outboard. Two drawers. Locker. Shelved wardrobe. Stowage drawer under forward end of double berth. Two reading lights. Two fixed hull ports. Two opening ports to cockpit. Door to en-suite facilities. Curtains to hull ports.
HEADS: Heads compartment to starboard of companionway. Marine WC with holding tank. Hinged seat to cover marine toilet. Washbasin with Corian type worktop. Shower head/mixer tap. Stainless steel grab handle. Hot and cold pressurised water. Stowage under and outboard with acrylic doors. Shower fixing. Electric shower tray sump pump. Grating to shower tray. Oilskin stowage. Jacobs shower pump.
FORECABIN: Single berth to port that converts to a double for sleeping. Overlapping berth to starboard. Full length shelf to port. Locker aft. Hanging locker to starboard. Access to chain locker. Two fixed hull ports. Opening deck hatch. Two overhead lights. Curtains fitted to hull ports.
Eberspacher diesel fired central heating system. Extra sole hatches giving access to additional sub floor stowage.
Year 2008, Yanmar 3YM30 29hp 3 cylinder, fresh water cooled, diesel engine with 625 hours estimated and a range of some 400 nm. Reduction/reverse gearbox. 60 amp alternator. Bronze sterntube with water lubricated stern gland. Bronze three bladed feathering MaxProp with rope cutter fitted. Fuel tank under cabin sole below chart table – capacity 40 gallons. Water strainer with removable filter. 12 volt electric ventilator. Sound deadening to engine box. Hinge up panels at either end of engine for access. Engine box can be completely removed for maintenance. various engine spares. Last serviced in April 2023.
55Kg Bow thruster fitted with control at steering pedestal
12 volt system. Three heavy duty batteries, charged from engine alternator. One for engine (Over 6 years +) and two for domestic use (2 years 2 months old) - all 110ah each. Cabin lighting throughout plus reading lights over bunks. Full navigation light system incorporating bow lights, stern light, masthead tricolour with all round white anchor light, deck floodlight and steaming light. Circuit breakers on main switch panel. 240 volt ring main including 3 double outlet sockets, earth leak circuit breaker and connection cable with plug for shore connection. 1kW immersion heater fitted to calorifier. 100w solar panel, 2019. 30amp Sterling battery charger. All main interior lights fitted with LEDs
Tall fractional Bermudan rig with self tacking jib including mainsheet track in cockpit. Selden anodised aluminium spars, 2008 1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging, 2008. Furlex headsail reefing system. 3 part lazy jacks with stack pack for mainsail. Single line reefing led aft to cockpit for mainsail. Strong gas support to rod kicker. 2 Lewmar 40 self tailing sheet winches. 1 Lewmar 8 Halyard winch. Manual backstay adjuster.
Self draining cockpit. Laid teak to cockpit seats and sole. Folding teak cockpit table fitted to steering pedestal. Good access aft for boarding through transom. Telescopic stern boarding ladder at transom. Deep lazarette locker to port. Shallow, drained lazarette locker to starboard. Gas bottle stowage in cockpit locker. Cave locker in starboard cockpit coaming. Acrylic main hatch with washboard. Instrument panel above companionway hatch. Two winch handle pockets. Two safety harness eyes.
Ivory white gelcoat. Oxford blue and red boot top. Oxford blue style line stripes. Clear gelcoat below waterline. Coppercoated hull in 2018. Teak laid ring deck. Teak capping rail to hull and deck joint upstand. VARIABLE DRAFT KEEL. The fixed ballast is an iron casting which acts as a grounding plate. The aerofoil keel blade is cast iron. 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. Keel pennant and hydraulic electric motor replaced in 2023. 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. Internal joinery is in solid American Cherry with matching marine quality faced plywood.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.