There are a total of 8 berths: three in the forecabin (a V berth and above that a single 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 Teak chopping board/sink cover
Hot and cold pressurised water Fresh water pump with filter
Nordstone worktop Icebox/Fridge with top access
Stainless steel grabrail to worktop
Fully gimballed gas cooker with two burners
Gas cut off tap
Stowage lockers and drawers
Overhead light Fully comprehensive galley equipment
Dinette seating to port
Stainless steel mast support, table slides and can covert area to a double berth Full length single settee to starboard
Stowage under and front access Recessed lights under side decks Overhead lights Four fixed port lights
NAVIGATION AREA Chart table to starboard with excellent visibility Chart stowage under hinged lid Helmsman seat with stainless steel grabrail Large stowage under seat Chart light
FORE CABIN Single berth to port that coverts to a double for sleeping Raised full length berth to starboard Hanging locker to starboard Access to chain locker through bulkhead Two fixed portlights Opening deck hatch Two overhead lights
HEADS Heads compartment to starboard of companionway Marine WC Washbasin with Nordstone surround Showerhead/Mixer tap Stainless steel grab handle Hot and cold pressurised water Stowage under and outboard with Perspex doors Electric shower drain pump Grating to shower tray Mirror Fixed light Toilet roll holder Oilskin stowage
AFT CABIN Large double berth offset to starboard Large vanity unit to port with stowage under and outboard
Stowage drawer under forward end of berth
One reading light and one fan
Two overhead lights and two lights over the vanity unit Two fixed portlights Two opening ports to cockpit Door to en-suite facilities Access aft through bulkhead to steering gear and heater
Cockpit and Deck
Mainsheet track with control lines in cockpit
Four rope clutches on each side, for running rigging
Two Lewmar 44ST genoa winches on coamings
Lewmar 16AST winches at companionway
Stainless steel grab handles on either side of coachroof
Reinforcements to take anchor windlass
15kg Bruce anchor 60 metres of chain plus 30 metres rope
Electronic anchor chain control
Two fire extinguishers
One fire blanket
Cleats forward and aft raised
Spring cleats amidships
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bow roller
Stainless steel pulpit incorporating navigation light bracket
Stainless steel stanchions and guardwires
Stainless steel pushpit incorporating stern gate, navigation light bracket and ensign socket
Fuel and water deck fillers
4 man liferaft
Yam 240 dinghy and 2.5 hp Yamaha outboard
Sprayhood in Blue canvas, Bimini in Blue canvas
Cockpit cushions in Blue canvas
Sun blinds to main cabin windows
Teak cockpit table
Passarelle for going ashore
The Southerly 110 with her aft cockpit, plumb bow line and twin rudder configuration, combined with her sail plan, makes her a fast, fun and exhilarating yacht to sail. Whitlock direct steering, combined with the twin rudder arrangement gives instantly responsive steering, making helming this yacht a real pleasure. Even when the wind increases and gusts attempt to push her off course, the hull form and deep draft of the Swing Keel enables her to stand up to the wind and carry her canvas, whilst the twin rudders give exceptional directional stability and control. In fact, the Southerly 110 is so light on the helm she will sail herself most of the time. Single line mainsail reefing makes sail handling easy – ideal for family or short-handed sailing.
The unique Swing Keel provides deep draft performance (deeper than most yachts), for powerful windward performance. The keel can be raised to just 2'4'' for shallow draft freedom, allowing you to sail in coastal areas and inland waters. As with all Southerlys, the yacht will also dry out and sit upright.
As you go onboard the Southerly 110's traditional quality of build shines through. Good all round views, a spacious saloon, open galley, raised chart table and large aft cabin are particular features on this yacht.
Designed by Rob Humphreys
Hull colour: Off white Deck colour: Off white 3969 Boot-top: Blue
The interior joinery is finished in faced marine quality plywood and linings are in fabric or GRP as appropriate. Joinery: American Cherry
Nav Seat: Black Vinyl
Curtains: Marcy 8287-153
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 which is manually operated form the interior of the yacht. A keel locking system is fitted.
Engine Make: Yanmar Engine Model: 3JH3E Primary Engines: 40 hp Propeller Type: 3 Blade Propeller Material: Bronze Rope Cutter: Yes
Engine and Propulsion
A Yanmar 3JH3E 40hp 3 cylinder engine is fitted. This drives the yacht via a stainless steel shaft and a Bruntons three bladed bronze feathering Variprop propeller. The batteries are charged from the alternator and hot water is heated from the engine calorifier. The single engine controls are fitted at the wheel pedestal in the cockpit. A substantial skeg is fitted to protect the propeller and rudders when the yacht is dried out.
Navigation and Electronics
ST60 speed, depth and wind indicators fitted in companionway panel with multi display unit fitted at the chart table.
Raymarine radar system with Raymarine RL70 chartplotter display at chart table.
Raymarine ST600R remote autopilot for navigating from the chart table
Radar reflector fitted at mast
Kenwood stereo system with two speakers sited in saloon
Electrical and Engineering
Two 12V marine batteries and one for engine start under galley sole
Solar panels fitted to bimini
Vitron energy MPPT BlueSolar charge controller and battery management
12v Interior socket fitted beneath the bunk in the aft cabin
12v Interior socket fitted at nav station
Eberspacher heating system with three outlets, one each in forecabin, salon and aft cabin.
240V ring main with 3 double UK outlet sockets, main cabin, galley and aft cabin, earth leak circuit breaker and shore power connection in cockpit
Calorifier with 12V 1kw immersion heater
Electric thruster fitted to bow with control at steering pedestal
3 bladed bronze Darglow Featherstream feathering propeller
Lofrans electric windlass with 60M chain and 30M rope.
The twin rudders are connected to the pedestal mounted wheel in the cockpit using a Whitlock torque tube and gearbox system, An emergency steering system is also supplied.
Rig and Sails
The Selden spars are anodised aluminium finished in silver.
Standing rigging is stainless steel with bottlescrew adjustment.
For ease of handling a Furlex headsail reefing system is fitted and single line reefing led aft to the cockpit for the mainsail. There is vertical mast stowage for a whisker pole and the boom kicker is fitted with a strong gas insert.
The mast is fitted with sliders to make it easier to get the mainsail up and down
The foresail is fitted with a UV protection strip and the mainsail is fully battened with a stackpack system with three part lazy jacks fitted.
Stackpack in blue canvas Cruising chute
All sail control are led across the coachroof to a pair of Lewmar winches.