Southerly 110   Lying  Scotland

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Southerly 110

Length Overall 10.98m 36ft
Waterline Length 9.22m 30ft 3ins
Beam 3.57m 11ft 10ins
Draft, Keel Up 0.71m 2ft 4ins
Draft, Keel Down 2.17m 7ft 2ins
Displacement 6,250kg  
Ballast Weight 2,205kg  
Keel Weight 1,050kg  
Total Ballast 3,075kg  
Mainsail Area 22.53sq.m  
Furling Genoa Area 28.03sq.m  

Extras, above standard specification

40HP Yanmar diesel engine
Electrically operated keel
Additional en-suite door in heads
Double Berth extension
Opening ports over galley and chart table
Spray hood
Instrument pack - Log, Echo Sounder and wind indicators by Autohelm
ICOM VHF Radio Telephone.
Curtain and Cushion Pack
Gas kicker strut
Ensign and staff


The GRP mouldings are manufactured to high standards in our temperature controlled mould shop in Havant. The hull and deck are finished in off-white gel coat with a blue boot top and cavita line.

Northshore’s patented Nordseal anti-Osmosis system, with clear gel coat underwater, is standard. We guarantee the hull against blisters for five years from the date of manufacture.

Interior joinery is finished in solid cherry and cherry faced marine quality plywood built onto a GRP base module. Linings are in fabric covered plywood or GRP as appropriate.

A teak capping rail is fitted.


The Southerly 110 is an aft cockpit yacht. The cockpit is self draining and there is good access aft for boarding through the transom. A folding stern boarding ladder is fitted to the transom.

There are two cockpit lockers, a large one to port which contains the drained gas bottle locker and a shallow, drained one to starboard.

A cave locker is fitted in the starboard cockpit coaming. The main hatch is Perspex with a single washboard. An instrument pod is fitted above the hatchway.


The two Lewmar 44 self tailing winches on the coaming make sail handling easy. There are cleats forward, aft and amidships, with fairleads as appropriate, and the foredeck is reinforced to take an anchor windlass.


The Swing Keel and grounding plate are cast iron and the whole unit is bolted to the hull using stainless steel bolts. The keel is lifted using a well proven hydraulic system that is electrically operated. A keel locking system is fitted so that you can either lock the keel in the down position or in the up position for maintenance.

A gauge is fitted in the instrument pod to show the keel position.


A pressurised hot and cold water system is fitted. A mixer tap is fitted at the galley sink and in the toilet compartment. Water is heated from the engine via a calorifier tank.


The stainless steel fuel tank is fitted under the cabin sole below the chart table and has a capacity of 182 litres/40 gallons.

The stainless steel water tank is fitted under the aft end of the dinette in the saloon and has a capacity of 205 litres/45 gallons.


The twin rudders are connected to the pedestal mounted cockpit wheel using the Whitlock torque tube and gearbox system. An emergency steering system is supplied.


The spars are anodised aluminium finished in silver. 
Standing rigging is in 1x19 stainless steel wire with bottle screw adjustment.
For ease of handling a Furlex headsail reefing system is fitted and single line reefing led aft to the cockpit for the mainsail. The foresail is fitted with a UV protection strip and the mainsail has four battens and mast sliders. A mainsail cover is supplied.
A gas strut kicker is fitted.
A main halyard, genoa halyard and topping lift are supplied as standard together with appropriate sheets
All sail controls are led aft across the coach roof to a pair of Lewmar winches.

In addition to the above, the following deck fittings are supplied:

Single bow roller.
Deck fillers for fuel and water.
Genoa tracks with single car and plunger control stops.
Mainsheet track with control lines leading aft to the cockpit.
Four rope clutches each side, for mainsail control lines, leading to Lewmar 16 winches.
Genoa sheet turning blocks, the port one being a double with jammer to take the Furlex control line.
S/S grab handles on either side of the coach roof.

5 KG Bruce anchor with 10 metres of chain and 30 meters of warp

Two mooring warps, three fenders, two fire extinguishers. a fire blanket, gas bottle and a full tank of fuel.

The Southerly 110 is built to conform to EC category A. (Ocean)


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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at: - Astonbury Marine Services 
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: Freephone 0800 068 6190 or 01206  305996 Fax: 01206  307846
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The particulars given above are believed to be correct but the Vendor does not make or give and neither the Broker nor any person in its employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty in relation to this vessel in respect of which any Purchaser must rely on his own inspection.
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