Southerly 115

£47,500 (Tax Paid)

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Southerly 115(series I) built in 1984 and refitted by Northshore in 2000 and again in 2017. Centre cockpit, Shoal draft, swing keel, pilot house cruiser. 2017 major refit included removal & complete refurbishment of keel. Continuous upgrading 2001-2015. All new rigging in 2015. 2017 This included fitting a new lifting keel, interior refurbishment and rigging maintenance. A complete list of the work is available upon request.

Location: Nr Falmouth, Cornwall
Listing office: Falmouth

£47,500 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Southerly
Model: 115
Year: 1984
LOA: 36ft/11m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Drop Keel/Centre Board
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 8
Cabins: 2
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 30499
Vessel Name: Busy Snail
Southerly 115 Built in 1988
Designed by Dick Carter and built by Northshore in 1984
A spacious and versatile British built cruising yacht
Refitted 2017 by Northshore Boatyard including new swinging keel and deck repairs
CONSTRUCTION
White GRP hull deck and superstructure
Centre cockpit Whitlock wheel steering
Second inside steering position
Lifting swing ballast keel

LOA 10.76m ( 35' 4" )
LWL 8.38m ( 27' 6" )
Beam 3.62m ( 11' 11" )
Draft 0.30m ( 1' 0" ) (Keel up)
Draft 1.89m ( 6' 2" ) (Keel down)
Displacement 6,621kgs (14,600 lbs)
Ballast 3,165kgs ( 6,978 lbs)
Masthead sloop rig
Aluminium spars by Kemp.
Stainless steel 1 x 19 wire standing rigging (2015)
Maxi-roach easyreef furling system for main Furlex Genoa head sail furling system.
Kemp telescopic pole

SAILS
Main - Maxi-Roach
Genoa - Williams
Cruising Chute - Arun with snuffing gear

WINCHES
Two Lewmar 43 two speed self-tailing genoa winches
Lewmar 8 single speed halyard winches
Lewmar 16 single speed self-tailing line handling winches

Maintenance carried out 2017
(Sails cleaned, mast taken down and disconnected rigging and electrical connections before refitting)
Sleeps eight in two double and three single berths in three cabins.
Forward cabin with twin single stepped bunks
Saloon settee and table convert to generous double berth
Single 'pilot' berth opposite
Owners cabin aft with large double berth and settee
Galley fitted with Plastimo Neptune two burner gas cooker with oven and grill,
12v fridge and double stainless steel sink.
Forward heads compartment fitted with Jabsco Marine WC , handbasin and shower
Interior in blue cloth upholstery with teak woodwork
Webasto diesel blown air cabin heating

Refurbished saloon interior - 2017
BUKH DV36ME 36 HP DIESEL ENGINE
Last serviced July 2015
Cruising speed 5 kts
Max speed 6 kts
Shaft drive to two bladed fixed blade propeller with rope cutter
Fuel consumption 0.8 gallons per hour
Cruising range under engine 250 nm
Anodes and stern gland serviced 2017

ELECTRICS
Four 12 volt batteries 2 x 110Ah, 2 x 95 Ah
Switched and charged by engine alternator or 240 volt battery charger
Three 13amp three pin sockets
Shore power cable

TANKAGE
190 litre fuel tank
Two freshwater tanks 200 litre and 130 litre capacity

WATER SYSTEM
Pressurised hot and cold water supplied by calorifer of 240v immersion
Seawater pump in galley
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
PLastimo binnacle steering compass
Raymarine Bidata speed/depth - 2015
Raymarine ST60 wind speed/direction - 2014
Raytheon radar/GPS/Cahrtplotter - 2012
Autohelm ST3000 autopilot
Furuno GPS - 2000
ICOM ICM-411 DSC VHF radio
NASA Clipper Navtex

GROUND TACKLE
Bruce 25KG anchor with approx. 30m of 8mm chain and 27m of warp
7Kg CQR anchor
Horizon electric anchor windlass

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Lifeguard Forties B Liferaft, (Last serviced 2006)
Lifebuoy with light
Danbuoy
Fireblanket
Fire extinguisher (expiry date unknown)
Manual bilge pump
Auto bilge pump

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Navigation lights mast, port and starboard, stern and anchor
Pushpit pulpit and guardwires
Sprayhood
Davits
Transom boarding ladder
Warps and fenders
Boathook - telescopic
Clock and barometer
Manual portable horn
Compass 2.6m inflatable dinghy - 2004
Yamaha F2.5 outboard engine - 2014
Cutlery, crockery and utensils
Engine filters, pump and impellor

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Coastal flare pack exp Dec 2019
Two portable fire extinguishers
Horseshoe lifebuoy
Four Lifejackets
Fire blanket
The first owner cruised Scotland and the Channel. SHe won her class in Round the Island Race in 1995. I purchased her in 1999 and commissioned the complete refurbishment by Northshore in 1999-2000. Refit included removal of keel, conversion of engine to freshwater cooling, fitting of in mast furling, full osmosis treatment, calorifier and complete interior refurbishment. Continuous upgrading 2001-2015. All new rigging in 2015. I have cruised the Channel coast to Scilly. The swing keel retracted it is possible to reach the quieter anchorages where others cannot go