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L43622

Southerly 100

Lying

Ashore Hampshire

Builder

Northshore Ltd. Itchenor, West Sussex

Year

1988

Price

£44,000

LOA

32' 0"

Sail area

478 sq ft main and genoa

Brief details

LWL

25' 0"

Rig

Sloop

The Southerly 100 is a Dick Carter design, one of the few really shallow draught modern yachts available. She has a pilot house with interior steering, and a cast iron ballast plate protecting the keel and bottom when grounding. We sold this yacht to the present owner 10 years ago, and since then he has very comprehensively upgraded and equipped her. She is for sale now only for the owner's health reasons.

Beam

9' 11"

Cabins

1 plus saloon

Draught

1' 10" to 5' 10"

Berths

5/6

Displacement

9,500 lbs

Engine

Yanmar 2GM diesel

Ballast

4,406 lbs total

BHP

18

Keel type

Electrically operated hydraulic lift keel

Sailplan

The Southerly 100 was introduced in 1983, being a slightly updated version of the 1979 Dick Carter Southerly 95, itself a development of the original John Bennett designed Southerly 28 from 1974.

The late Dick Carter ran a US-based yacht design and production company called Carter Offshore, the staff of which included Doug Peterson, Chuck Paine, and Yves-Marie de Tanton, all of whom later went on to set up their own highly regarded design businesses. Carter Offshore mostly designed racing boats, some of them very successful indeed, including the drop keel "Red Rooster" which won the Fastnet Race in 1969.

Southerlys are renowned for their ability to float “on a damp lawn” and with the keel raised by the electrically powered hydraulic ram she only draws 1’ 10”, but with the keel down she draws a healthy 5’10” and can give a good account of herself to windward. The inevitably shallow rudder can however sometimes cause poor control offwind in a large quartering sea - a price many owners are happy to pay for the advantages of very shallow draught.

The wedge-shaped drop keel sits in a massive steel grounding plate, which not only protects it but also acts as a substantial contribution to the ballast. Southerlys were until recently still in production, though the smallest model was the Southerly 32 at around £200,000+.

Ashore

Yachtsnet photographs and video June 2022

Stern
Go to selected larger photos

Left: Keel mechanism detail,
below: photo from Northshore's
original brochure for the model

In 2013/14 the keel mechanism was serviced by Northshore. This yacht originally had only the

manual hydraulic pump to raise the keel: the owner also fitted an electric pump in 2015.

Keel down
Saloon
Forecabin
Foecabin pullman berths
Accommodation plan
Saloon forward
Dinette

The saloon table has an extra section (here removed) to widen it to the starboard side settee

Galley
Chart table
Charts

The boat has been rewired: at right are the main switches inside a wooden box under the interior helm seat

Switches

Saloon aft

The forecabin berths are approximately 6' 4" long. The saloon table drops to make a double berth

6' 6" long by 4' 4" wide aft, with infill cushions, and the quarterberth is 6' 3" long.

There is also the starboard settee berth which is about 5' 9" long.

Heads

The heads compartment has a Vaillant on-demand gas water heater with a vent to the coachroof above

Quarterberth
Engine
Prop and rudder
Deck
Bow

Rocna anchor new 2018 with 40 metres chain and 40 metres warp

Furler

Photographs
June 2022

Deck aft

The standing rigging

was replaced in 2012/13,

along with a new Furlex.

Mast

Below: The cockpit has davits for the dinghy wheel steering with an instrument pod, and a fold-out cockpit table

In-mast furling
Cockpit aft
Cockpit forward

Cockpit instruments

Companionway
Ashore June 2022

The owner of this boat has spent around ten years getting everything just as he wanted it,

but now finds health issues are restricting his ability to sail her. She is a

very well sorted example of these very versatile cruising boats.

Inventory:

Engine details

Yanmar 2GM 2-cylinder 635cc diesel, raw water cooled, total run 1,798 hours. Overhauled in 2014/15 and run approx 100 hours since then.

Fuel tank capacity

120 litres

Propeller

Three bladed with ropecutter

Batteries

3 x 128AH AGM service batteries and 128AH AGM engine start battery

Battery charging/electrics

Balmar high output engine alternator with Maxi-Charge MC614 charger. Smartgauge battery monitoring system. Victron Multiplus mains charger/inverter

Sails and deck equipment

Rig details

Sloop rig with Kemp alloy spars and Easyreef add-on in-mast furling. Standing rigging renewed 2012 for 2013 season

Mainsail

MaxiRoach vertically battened in-mast mainsail

Genoa

Roller genoa

Genoa furling

Furlex 200S

Spinnaker

Seateach Parasail cruising chute

Primary winches

2 x Lewmar 30 self-tailing

Secondary winches

2 x Harken 32 self-tailing on coachroof, also 2 x Lewmar 7 on mast

Bower anchor

Rocna with 40 metres chain and 40 metres warp

Steering

Wheel

Autopilot

Raymarine Evolution ACU100 with ST4000+ Mk II wheel pilot - new 2015

Steering compass

Plastimo on binnacle, also second compass at interior helm position

Handbearing compass

Vion

Warps & fenders

4 warps and 4 fenders

Miscellaneous

Cockpit sprayhood, cockpit table, dinghy davits

Navigation Equipment and instruments

GPS/Chartplotters

Standard Horizon CP-300 7" colour plotter at helm, also Garmin GPSmap 550 5" colour plotter at interior steering position

Log/speed

Tacktick T104 wireless - new 2015

Depth sounder

Tacktick T104 wireless - new 2015

Windspeed/direction

Tacktick T104 wireless - new 2015

VHF radio

Standard Horizon GX-2100 with AIS receive and second mic at outside helm - new 2015

Radio receiver

Philips DAB/CD/MP3 player

Safety/emergency equipment

Lifebuoy

Horseshoe with floating light

Radar reflector

Mast mounted Firdell Blipper

Bilge pumps

2 x manual pumps

Miscellaneous

3 fire extinguisher plus auto extinguisher in engine compartment. SF gas detector

Interior

Cabin layout

"Pullman" 2 berth forecabin, saloon with dinette which converts to a double berth, small saloon settee berth and a quarterberth.

Cabin heating

Eberspacher DL1C blown hot air diesel heating

Berths

5-6

Water tank capacity

205 litres with WG2000 tank gauge. Pressurised hot and cold water.

Cooker

Plastimo Neptune 2000 - two burner, grill and oven

Coolbox

Coolbox with Frigoboat refrigeration

Heads

Jabsco twist-and-lock - new 2015

 

Miscellaneous

 

Dinghy

2.6M Crewsaver inflatable with airdeck - new 2021

Outboard

Honda 2.3 hp four-stroke - new 2021

Cradle

Steel shore cradle

These particulars are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed and are subject to confirmation by the purchaser subject to still being available.

For further information or to arrange a viewing,

please contact Yachtsnet on 01326-212234

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The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not a part of any contract or offer, and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be conducted via Yachtsnet Ltd., who are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars, and where appropriate, at his own expense, to employ qualified agents to carry out surveys, structural and/or mechanical & electrical checks or tests

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