2004 Southerly 135, cutter rigged, variable draft swing keel yacht, giving minimum draft of 2' 9", in excellent condition inside and out. Comprehensive inventory including generator, washing machine, full navigation equipment. A true blue water yacht.. Call our Gosport office for full details and to arrange a viewing. 02393 510433
The hull is a heavy duty GRP moulding, hand laid up to the Northshore's Nordseal laminating system. Thickness increases progressively towards the keel area, and additional stiffening is provided by a sandwich construction panel which runs the entire length of the hull. The keel box is an integral part of the hull lay-up. All main bulkheads are glassed into the hull at main lay-up stage. The underwater section has clear gel coat which was copper coat anti-fouled in 2011.
The deck is hand laid up GRP and is of sandwich construction. The lay-up commences with two coats of high specification gel followed by one back-up mat and two main lay-up mats. Balsa stiffening is then incorporated in all horizontal areas with plywood infills in way of deck fittings followed by a further two main lay-up mats. Heavily stressed areas are additionally reinforced with unidirectional glass reinforcement. The deck is bonded to the hull through the entire length and to all main bulkheads resulting in a strong and integrated unit. The hull to deck joint upstand is capped with teak; this was reworked and the teak capping reseated in 2015 for improved integrity.
The following are fitted:
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bow roller and incorporating anchor stowage and attachment lug for spinnaker halyard.
Cleats forward with through bulwark fairleads.
Electric Lewmar IP66 reversing anchor windlass in anchor well, mounted above chain locker.
Safety harness eyes forward and aft, port and starboard, and in cockpit
Stainless steel pump out and rinse deck fittings, port side.
Stainless steel fuel and water deck fittings, port and starboard.
Midships and aft mooring cleats with stainless steel chafe guards port and starboard.
Genoa tracks with plunger cars port and starboard.
Scoop stern with bathing platform, stainless steel bathing ladder, and deck shower fitted in transom.
Pulpit in stainless steel incorporating navigation light brackets.
Stainless steel stanchions and guardwires with gates port and starboard.
Stainless steel pushpit incorporating stern gate, navigation light bracket and ensign socket.
Two Lazarette lockers, the starboard side with Calor gas stowage, vented overboard.
Stainless steel hand rails on cabin and coach roofs.
Self tacking track for staysail.
Mast step incorporating blocks for leading halyard and reefing lines back over coachroof, turning blocks on coachroof for lines with rope clutches inside splash coaming.
Track and traveller for mainsheet with end turning blocks and cleats for traveller lines.
Lewmar single speed 16ST winch on the mast.
Two speed Lemar 30ST self tailing winches on coachroof port and starboard for lines from mast.
Two speed Lewmar 50ST self tailing winches on cockpit coamings for genoa sheets.
Detachable sprayhood which can be lowered, and with three zipped independently removable clear screens.
25 kg Lewmar Delta anchor with 100 metres 10 mm calibrated galvanised chain.
Port and starboard Jackstays.
6-man liferaft, cradle mounted on starboard pushpit.
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light mounted on port pushpit.
Flag staff with red ensign.
2 x 10 inch winch handles, one lock in, and one 8 inch lock in winch handle.
14 x fenders.
8 ft boathook with detachable stainless steel grab hook for mooring.
Telescopic alloy boat hook.
Cockpit cover, comprising a Bimini cover, back, and two side panels. Zipped to the sprayhood, the top panel forms a Bimini. The rear panel has a large window, fitted with a detachable curtain for privacy if berthed “stern to”. The side panels have windows, and either or both can be fitted.
Guardian G-37 aluminium kedge anchor, 30m x 10mm galvanised chain.
Anchor rode bag with 40m x 16mm anchor rode with galvanised thimble end (unused).
12 inch round anchor float/marker.
9 x mooring lines (plus 4 lines with with rubber snubbers and nylon spring lines, in use)
The fixed ballast is a wide section iron casting which acts as a grounding plate and as transverse stiffening for the keel unit. It is fitted into a recess in the hull in the area of the keel box by means of stainless steel bolts. The aerofoil Swing Keel is cast iron and incorporates a stainless steel pivot at the leading edge. The Swing Keel is raised and lowered by a hydraulic ram powered by an electrically driven pump with a hand operated back-up. All the hydraulics are easily accessible for maintenance.
A Yanmar 4JH3-E 56 hp 4 cylinder diesel engine is fitted, with reduction/reverse gear, fresh water cooled with 12 volt alternator, and connected to a calorifier for heating the hot water. The following are supplied:
A bronze stern tube, with water lubricated PSS shaft seal (fitted 2011), a 1.25 inch diameter stainless steel propeller shaft and bronze three bladed propeller.
Two stainless steel fuel tanks with total capacity of approximately 360 litres (80 gallons) with sediment trap and line filter.
Bronze water inlet with removable filter gauze strainer.
12 volt electric engine room ventilator, and sound deadening in the engine compartment. The engine room bilge is separate to the main bilges.
The propeller is a Variprop feathering prop with a rope cutter.
A 12 volt system is fitted which incorporates one heavy duty battery for engine starting (new 2008) and two heavy duty batteries for lighting and other equipment (new 2015). The batteries are the latest AGM batteries which are sealed. Both banks of batteries have isolating switches and are charged from the engine alternator. Cabin lighting is provided throughout the accommodation with reading lights over the bunks and a chart light over the navigation table. Most of the domestic lights have been fitted with LED bulbs (2014). The yacht is equipped with a full navigation light system incorporating port and starboard bow lights, stern light, masthead tri-colour light with all round white anchor light, deck flood light and steaming light. Connection for shore power is installed, with galvanic isolation, providing a 240v mains supply. 13 amp socket outlets are fitted in the forward cabin, galley, nav station, aft cabin and workshop. The mains supply is also connected to the immersion heater, washing machine, and battery charger. All circuits are protected with breakers on the main panel located adjacent to the chart table. A diesel generator (Fischer Panda 6.5 kw) was installed new in 2007, now with 97 hours run time). A Mastervolt MASS 12/80 battery charger with BTM-I battery monitor is installed. The yacht is equipped with a Vetus electric 4.0 kw bowthruster.
There are two stainless steel fresh water tanks with a total capacity of approximately 545 litres (120 gallons). These are connected to the forward and aft toilets and galley by an electric pressure pump. Hot water is provided by an engine heated calorifier unit, also fitted with an emersion heater (240v). Electric sump pumps are fitted in the forward and aft toilet shower trays. A manual bilge pump and two electric pumps (automatic or manual selectable) are installed.
The steering utilises the Whitlock torque tube and bevel box system. The cockpit steering is pedestal mounted with a 32 inch stainless steel wheel. The pedestal is fitted with a compass guard and a 125mm main steering compass with light, and a single lever engine control (renewed in 2011). The engine instruments and swing Keel control is incorporated within the pedestal. An emergency tiller is provided. The fixed, low aspect ratio, semi-balanced outboard rudders are designed to facilitate beaching or sailing in shallow water. The third, centre line, and skeg protected, rudder helps with handling of the boat in marinas and other close quarter situations.
The spars are by Selden and are silver anodised aluminium alloy extrusions. The mast (tall rig option installed) has a double spreader rig, halyards are internal and sound deadening is fitted. A spinnaker pole track is fitted to the foreside of the mast. The boom incorporates two sets of internal single line reefing lines, a third double line reefing set, and an internal clew outhaul. An adjustable, rigid, gas filled boom vang is fitted, and a spinnaker pole stowed on the mast.
Standing rigging is of 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with stainless steel rigging screws. Running rigging is in terylene or equivalent. The halyards and reefing lines are led across the coachroof for adjustment from the cockpit. A main and genoa halyard is fitted with fittings for the (optional) spinnaker halyard. Burgee and signal halyards are also provided. Furlex roller reefing for the genoa and staysail is fitted.
The following are supplied as standard: Mainsail in terylene or equivalent incorporating three rows of reefs and sail cover. Furling genoa (120% overlap). Staysail with self tacking alloy track. Cruising chute with snuffer, unused since servicing in 2011. Sails are by Arun Sailmakers Ltd.
Raymarine E series plotter radar mounted at navigation station (2007).
Raymarine ST7001 autopilot with mambadrive; Raymarine wireless remote for autopilot. Raymarine ST60 sailing instruments.
Icom M505 DSC VHF radio with second handset mounted on steering pedestal in cockpit (2008).
Raymarine E series plotter radar mounted on steering pedestal in cockpit (2008).
AIS Class B transponder and receiver interfaced with Raymarine plotter (2008).
Raymarine MOB system with 5 wristbands, interfaced with Raymarine plotter (2008). Navtex 6 Plus.
Permanently mounted mobile phone. (Individual SIM card is inserted so can be used by more than one person)
The cockpit is an integral part of the deck moulding. A larger cockpit layout was used with the steering pedestal further aft, allowing easier movement in the cockpit. It is self draining with four 2 inch diameter bore drains. There are stowage bins, a teak grating on the sole and teak laid decking on the seats and on the cockpit coaming.
A ‘V' berth provides two comfortable single berths. Aft and to starboard there is a large hanging locker with storage space above. There is stowage under the berths and in the overhead shelf along the starboard side under the decks. There is an opening hatch (with blind) to the forepeak, and opening port lights for ventilation. Curtains are fitted to the opening ports.
The enclosed compartment is to port which has a Lavac marine w.c., with overboard discharge, or to a holding tank (installed 2015) with electric pump to sea or shore pump out. It has a washbasin with hot and cold pressurised water, shower with shower tray, and polyethelene shower grating. There is an electric shower discharge pump and a dorade ventilator through the deckhead. There is an opening port in the coaming.
The saloon extends the full width of the yacht and provides comfortable seating for about eight people. The table extends either side of the central pillar with a removable centre section. The table can be lowered to form the base for the saloon double berth, for which there is a custom shaped cushion. There is stowage below and bookshelves outboard of the settee backrests. The four hull ports provide exceptional light and vision when seated and the two opening decklights provide ventilation. The portlights have curtains, and blinds are fitted (in 2014) to the six coachroof windows.
The chart table is on the starboard side and from this position provides excellent all round vision enabling the boat to be piloted from below. There is chart stowage under the table and plenty of room for instruments outboard.
Passage to Aft Cabin
The passageway has two wet hanging lockers to either side and, outboard, cupboard stowage also with stowage above. Opposite is access to the main engine. Locker and cupboard opening doors have 170 deg hinges, where space allows, for easy accessibility.
The aft cabin has a large central double berth with seating either side and vanity unit with chest of drawers. There is a locker and shelf storage space to starboard and a hanging locker and shelf storage space to port. There is an opening hatch (with blind) to the aft deck, four opening portlights, and dorade ventilators, providing good ventilation. Curtains are fitted to the four portlights. There is access to the steering gear from under the berth, and to the side of the berth rapid access for fitting the emergency tiller.
Aft cabin Ensuite
The aft cabin has an en-suite heads fitted with a Lavac marine w.c. The ensuite heads has a washbasin with hot and cold pressurised water, shower, shower tray with electric sump pump out, and polyethelene shower grating. A mirror, glass holder, lockers, and two opening port lights are fitted. Access is provided through the ensuite heads to the workshop.
The workshop provides access to en electrical bay, the engine compartment port side, and to the main engine and generator sea water inlet cooling water seacocks and strainers. Access to, and egress from the workshop is also effected through the cockpit locker. The workshop also houses the Soba Baby Nova 1000 washing machine (a replacement in 2007). The control panel for the ultrasonics antifouling system is installed in the workshop.
The raised galley is located aft and to port of the main saloon and it has twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold water supply. An insulated coolbox is installed to port below the work surface, accessed through a hinged insulated lid. A large stainless steel Frigoboat refrigerator is fitted to starboard (refrigerant filter drier added 2015), fronted with a wooden door. The gimballed gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven, has failsafe devices on all burners, an adjacent gas cut off tap and a remote electrically operated gas shut off valve in the stern gas locker (renewed 2011), controlled from the galley. There is ample storage for crockery, cutlery and plenty of cupboards.
3 x fire extinguishers, one each in the fore and aft cabins, and one in the galley.
Fire Blanket mounted adjacent to the galley.
Automatic fire extinguisher mounted in the engine bay.