2005 Southerly 36' (10.97 m) Southerly 110
Merritt Island, Florida, United States
This is a robustly built blue water cruising boat with a variable draft swing keel. The Southerly 110 was designed by Rob Humphreys and built to cross oceans by Northshore Yachts in England. With the keel up, the S110 draws 2' 4". With the keel all the way down, the S110 draft is 7' 2".
Flag of Registry: United States
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: NYY00227C505
Where will you go aboard this well-built cruising yacht? The Southerly 110, designed by Rob Humphreys and built to cross oceans by Northshore Yachts in England. With the keel up, the Southerly 110 has an extreme shoal draft of only 2 feet 4 inches! With the keel all the way down, the S110 draft is an impressive 7 feet 2 inches. The keel is fully adjustable to any depth that you wish by the push of a button. The twin rudders provide exceptional tracking on all points of sail.
Off-Piste is an exceptional example of a Southerly 110. Recent updates include:
- Front opening refrigerator (2019)
- Isolation switch for the electric winches (2020)
- Bimini, dodger, connector, helm cover in Sunbrella (2021)
- Helm engine controller and cables (2020)
- Racor fuel filter assembly with primer pump (2019)
- Fresh water pump (2019)
- Fresh water tank sensor/sender (2019)
- Jib sheet cars (2020)
- Mainsheet block (2020)
- Tohatsu 6HP outboard engine (2020)
- Balmar regulator (2020)
- Dyneema keel pennant (2020)
- Furling 110% jib by Precision Sails (2020)
- Fully battened loose footed mainsail with three reef points by Mack Sails (2021)
- Mack Pack lazy sail bag (2021)
- Exhaust mixing elbow (2020)
- AGM house batteries (8/2020)
- Replaced anodes (2020)
- Tachometer and engine hour meter (2020)
LOA: 35' 6'' (10.82 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 11' 10''
LWL: 30' 3''
Draft Max: 7' 2''
Draft Min: 2' 4''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Finish: Gelcoat
Air Conditioning: Yes
Bridge Clearance: 49' 3''
Fuel Tank: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)
Fresh Water: 45 Gallons (170.34 Liters)
Holding Tank: 17 Gallons (64.35 Liters)
Dry Weight: 15015
CE Certified: Yes
Designer: Robert Humphreys
Builder: North Shore Yachts, Ltd
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- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 3YM30
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Power HP: 29.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 850.00
- Hours Date: 09-10-2021
The raised pilot house gives the interior an open and airy feel. Natural light and good views, stainless steel grabrails and lots of storage space are just some of the features. The Teak joinery with blue upholstery looks great.
The large salon is very spacious and has generous seating with a dining table to port and a full-length settee to starboard. The table pivots and lifts to allow easy access to the port settee at both the forward and aft ends. The table also lowers to convert to a double berth and can expand to allow additional seating for dining on the starboard side. There is storage under the settees and bottle storage on the starboard side. Concertina blinds cover the raised salon windows.
The raised navigation station & chart table is on the starboard side opposite the galley and offers excellent visibility. There is a hatch overhead for ventilation and a stainless-steel grab rail beside the nav seat to hold you in when needed. Plenty of storage is found under the seat, on an outboard shelf, below the chart tabletop, and under the cabin sole.
- Forward facing nav table with storage within
- Chart table light
- 12V socket at nav
- USB / 12 V charging bar
The large "L" shaped galley is conveniently located to port at the base of the companionway steps. The cook has excellent 180-degree views to see outside through the pilothouse windows. There is a stainless-steel grab rail for safety surrounding the countertop. Plenty of storage is found in 2 large opening lockers, 4 drawers, and an enclosed shelf outboard. Additional storage is found below the gimbaled stove for pots and pans. For further convenience, there is an open partitioned storage area just forward of the galley for all those small things you want to store.
- Refrigeration, front loading (New in 2019)
- Ice box
- Plastimo Neptune 2500 stove w/oven, 2 burners with broiler
- Propane tank stored in the cockpit locker
- Seagull water filtration system with faucet
- Stainless steel sink with mixer faucet
- Hot and cold pressurized water
- Hatch and dorade directly over the galley
- Pull out waste bin below the counter
The Head is to starboard and is conveniently located at the base of the companionway. A second door leads to the aft stateroom. In the head is a vented wet locker for your foul weather gear; no getting water throughout the boat. A comfortable seat covers the head allowing you to sit when showering. A stainless-steel grab rail handle around the sink counter and grating on the floor add to safety. An extractor fan above can also bring fresh air in. With no wood in the head, it is easy to keep clean and maintain. Storage is found under the sink and outboard. Some additional features in the head include teak deck, Johnson head, large sink, shower, hot and cold pressurized water with a mixer tap and a holding tank tender gauge.
Aft is the spacious owner's stateroom with a large berth offset to starboard. To port is a convenient desk/vanity unit with storage below the desktop, drawers, and a shelf outboard. Good headroom is found on both sides. A second door provides access to the head. Plenty of light and ventilation is provided by 2 opening and 3 closed ports, reading lights and overhead lights. Great storage for your clothes is found in a hanging locker, a large drawer under the berth and 2 large shelves. The owner's stateroom is so large, bright, and comfortable that you will think that you are on a much larger boat.
The forward cabin has a wide single berth to port that can convert to a double and a raised single berth to starboard that can be used for storage when not needed. A large deck hatch with a screen/shade provides great ventilation. Two fixed hull ports with curtains add additional light. Storage is found in the hanging locker, under the berth, in a cubby, and on outboard shelves on both the port and starboard sides. There is access to the chain locker through the forward bulkhead.
- Blinds on raised salon windows
- Roller/shade screen in forward cabin, overhead
- 12v fans in cabin and main salon
- Holding tank system
- Two stainless steel dorades
- Air conditioning (the reverse cycle heat is INOP)
- 2 private cabins
- Sectional dinette convertible
- Additional storage cabinets under settees and settee deck
- Wet locker
Electronics and Navigation
- Raymarine Knot, Depth, Wind Speed/Direction
- Raymarine ST6000 Autopilot with helm controller and remote wireless controller
- Garmin 840XS multifunction device at the helm: GPS charts, radar, sonar, depth, and wind displays
- ICOM 502 VHF with mic at helm
- Garmin AIS 600
- Garmin pole mounted radar head
- Vetus Bow Thruster with joystick control at helm
- Swing Keel control at helm
- Compass at helm
- EPIRB - battery replaced and functionality checked in 2021
- Sony radio (AM/FM/CD/Satellite/USB)
Sails and Rigging
Selden tall rig (for that extra performance) with twin spreaders. All sail control lines are led aft to line clutches in front of twin cabin top winches. The mainsheet traveler is mounted in the cockpit, forward of the wheel.
- Air draft: Approximately 49' 3"
- The mast was dropped and the rigging was inspected in April 2017 and rechecked in 2021
- Fully battened dacron mainsail with 3 reef points by Mack Sails (New in 2021)
- Mack Pack on mainsail (New in 2021)
- 110% furling jib by Precision Sails (New in 2020)
- (8) New cabin top line clutches
- Mainsheet on snap shackle for outboard storage
- Selden rod kicker vang
- Traveler at helm
- Adjustable jib lead cars to the cockpit
- Jib sheet cars (2020)
- Mainsheet block (2020)
- (2) Electric cabin top winches with isolation switch
- Two folding mast steps added at mast bottom to facilitate mainsail luff access
- Spare jib halyard
- Spare mainsail and jib
- Tohatsu 6HP 4-stroke outboard engine (New in 2020)
- Stern pole with outboard motor lift
- Dinghy davits
- Vetus Bow Thruster
- Electric Windlass with remote control
- Saltwater washdown
- Dodger, bimini, and removable connector (New in 2021) (The connector must be removed while sailing)
- Rocna 20 Kg primary anchor with 100' 8mm chain / 200' 1/2" rode
- Fortress backup anchor with chain and rode
- Plow backup anchor
- Safety harness padeyes
- Spare jib halyard
- Safety gear
- Stern swim ladder
- Transom cleats for slip mooring
Electrical and Plumbing
- High output Balmar alternator, Balmar Smart Controller (New in 2020)
- (2) AGM Group 31m house batteries (New 8/2020)
- Engine start battery
- Xantrex Battery Monitor
- Xantrex Freedom Marine 20 Charger/Inverter (2000 Watt)
- Xantrex Digital echo-charge 12/34/ Volt 15A for engine battery
- 12V DC
- 110V AC with two shore power connection and cord
- 55 gallon fresh water tank
- Pressurized hot and cold water
- Fresh water pump (2020)
- Fresh water tank sensor/sender (2020)
- Electric bilge pump
- Manual bilge pump
Yanmar 29 HP 3 cylinder, fresh water cooled, diesel engine (3YM30). Easy access to the engine both forward and aft. Engine boxes have hinged lids and are easily removed for maintenance.
- AutoProp feathering propeller
- Helm engine controller and cables (New in 2020)
- Engine Hours: 850 (New tach and hour meter installed in January of 2020)
- Exhaust mixing elbow replaced in 2020
- Racor fuel filter assembly with primer pump (2019)
- Anodes replaced (2020)
Hull and Deck
Hand laid up heavy duty GRP molding, incorporating multi-axial and unidirectional reinforcements for strength and impact resistance. The hull is solid glass below the waterline and cored with balsa above the waterline for increased strength and insulation. The thickness of the fiberglass increases progressively toward the keel area. The keel box is an integral part of the hull layup. There is a substantial skeg fitted on the centerline to protect the propeller and rudders when the yacht is dried out.
The fixed ballast is an 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, operated from the cockpit. There is a hand operated back-up. All the hydraulics are easily accessible for maintenance.
Decks are two-toned with a beige nonslip and easy to get around. Raised teak capped bulwarks provide extra safety. Forward is a stainless-steel stem head fitting with twin bow rollers. Salon windows and ports are partially reflective toughened glass. Lifeline gates on both port and starboard sides open forward and midships. The deck is hand laid up GRP and is of sandwich type construction using balsa core stiffening, with plywood in high stress areas where fittings are positioned. The entire deck is bonded and mechanically fixed to the hull, resulting in a strong and integrated unit.
Large cockpit with comfortable seating. The helmsman's seat lifts for an easy walk-thru to the sugar scoop transom. There is a deep lazarette locker to port and another locker on starboard that houses the LPG tank. There is a teak floor grate at the helm.
CE Design Category: A
The grounding/ballast plate on the Southerly 110 eight feet by four feet, three inches deep and weighs 4,455 lbs. The swing keel weighs 2,310 lbs. This gives the boat (which weighs just over 15,000 lbs.) 6,765 lbs. of ballast. The S110 is thus on the heavy side for a cruiser of her size but enjoys a very high (45%) ballast/displacement ratio.
DRAFT: 2' 4" with keel up and 7' 2" with keel down,
SHALLOW DRAFT FREEDOM - At the touch of a button, the keel can be raised, sail in shallow waters. This means you can extend your cruising grounds considerably. Raising the swing keel gives you access to many tidal locations and allows you to berth this yacht literally on the beach or keep her at your shallow water dock or even on a lift!
DEEP DRAFT PERFORMANCE - The swing keel provides a deep draft which gives a greater stability due to the increased righting moment. In practice, the boat is stiffer, carries her sail better and carves her way efficiently to windward in any seaway. The swing keels air foil shape is highly efficient - and allows you to point high (30 degrees).
- The keel pennant was replaced with 19mm Dyneema line in 2020
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
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