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Southerly 32 
2014 - £164,950  
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01752 228855 


Sorry, this yacht is no longer available as it has now been SOLD by The Barbican Yacht Agency 
Do you have a similar yacht for sale? If so we are always seeking quality cruising yachts for active buyers, especially if based in the West Country. 
For our full list of other yachts for sale please see: Barbican Yacht Agency - Boats For Sale or visit our website at: 
Southerly 32 - 2014 - £165,000 
This Southerly 32 was delivered to its current first owner in May 2014 and is the very last 
Southerly 32 to be built by Northshore Yachts. It is the only 32 with the new window design giving the boat a thoroughly modern look. She is finished in Maple joinery below decks and is fitted out to a high specification. 
This is a great opportunity to acquire a very lightly used and desirable 3 year old Southerly 
32 at a significant reduction on the new price. 
Please contact us on 01752 228855 or email us for further details or to arrange a viewing. 


LOA: 32 ft 9 in 
Beam: 11 ft 10 in 
LWL: 28 ft 10 in 
Minimum Draft: 2 ft 9 in 
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 5 in 
Displacement: 15855 lbs 
Ballast: 4006 lbs 
Dry Weight: 7456 lbs 
Total Power: 29 HP 
Engine 1: 
Engine Brand: Yanmar 
Engine Model: 3YM30 
Engine Type: Inboard 
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel 
Drive Type: Sail drive 
Engine Power: 29 HP 
Fresh Water Tanks: (137) 
Fuel Tanks: (114) 
Manufacturer Provided Description 
The design criterea was to embody the established features of the Southerly within a hull to fit a 10m mooring whilst providing good live aboard facilities and excellent sailing performance. The result sets very high standards which will appeal to many; comfortable cockpit with good storage, wide side decks for safe footing, easy to handle rig with self tacking jib, light and airy interior with accommodation to sleep up to six people. 
Under sail, the Southerly 32 is fast and exhilarating - and a real pleasure to helm. The modern hull shape with plumb stem and long waterline length provides impressive sailing performance whilst the broad transom, twin rudders and Whitlock direct rod steering gives instantly responsive helming and exceptional directional stability - making the yacht easy to control. 
Single line mainsail reefing and a Furlex on the self tacking jib makes sail handling easy – ideal for family or short handed sailing. The self tacking jib means you can tack spontaneously, allowing you to sail in conditions that a conventional sail plan may not allow, such as in a harbour or conjested sailing area. For off wind sailing an optional gennaker can be flown from a removable bowsprit. 
The unique Swing Keel provides deep draft performance (deeper than most yachts), for powerful windward performance. At the 'touch of a button' 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. 
The instant feeling of space inside the Southerly 32 is quite incredible, with excellent accommodation and good headroom, for a yacht of this size. 
Hull Construction 
Light Grey gel coat hull colour with Ivory White deck & coachroof 
Northshore's patented Nordseal anti-osmosis system 
Clear gel coat below the waterline 
Coppercoat antifouling 
Deck Fittings and Loose Gear 
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bow roller 
GRP foredeck anchor locker with re-inforced shelf for anchor windlass 
Midship spring cleats each side 
Stainless steel pulpit incorporating navigation light bracket 
Stainless steel pushpit incorporating stern gate, navigation light bracket and ensign socket 
Self tacking foresail track with sheet to cockpit 
Mainsheet track safely away from the cockpit on coachroof with control lines leading aft to cockpit 
Four rope clutches on each side, for running rigging 
One Lewmar 30ST and one electric Lewmar Halyard winches at companionway, 
Stainless steel grab handles on either side of coachroof 
Electric anchor windlass 
15kg Bruce anchor with 10 metres of chain plus 30 metres of warp 
deep self-draining Aft cockpit 
Laid teak to cockpit seats and cockpit sole 
Good access aft for boarding 
Telescopic stern boarding ladder 
Deep lazarette locker to starboard 
Drained gas bottle stowage to port with space for 2 bottles 
Dedicated Liferaft locker to starboard 
Cave locker in cockpit coaming 
Perspex main hatch with washboard 
Instrument panel above hatchway 
Two winch handle pockets 
Steering pedestal with inset keel control and display. Mounting for cockpit table 
Instrument pod mounted above steering pedestal housing plotter, autopilot, log/depth multi display and bow thruster control 
Two safety harness eyes 
Full length single settees to port and starboard 
2 lockers forward 
Stowage under 
Fixed central table with hinged leaves giving table seating for the whole crew 
Stainless steel mast support 
Recessed lights under side decks 
Two overhead lights 
Two fixed hull port lights 
Opening deck hatch 
Galley to port 
Stainless steel sink with Hot and cold pressurised water 
Corian type worktop, Gemini 
Top loading refrigerated ice box (75 litres) 
Stainless steel grab rail to worktop 
Fully gimballed gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven (fail-safe devices on all burners) 
Gas cut off tap 
Waste bin 
Crockery stowage 
Cupboards for utensils and food 
Cutlery drawer 
Opening hatch 
Overhead light 
Yanmar 3YM30 30 hp 3 cylinder, fresh water cooled, diesel engine 
Reduction/reverse gear 
80 amp alternator 
Bronze stern tube with water lubricated stern gland 
Stainless steel propeller shaft 
Bronze three bladed propeller 
Substantial skeg fitted on centreline to protect propeller and rudders when yacht is dried out 
Non metallic fuel tank - capacity 137 litres/30 gallons with sediment trap and line filter 
Non-metallic water strainer with removable filter 
12 volt electric ventilator 
Sound deadening to engine box 
Panels around of engine box for easy maintenance access 
12 volt system 
Two heavy duty batteries, charged from engine alternator; one for engine, one for domestic use 
Isolating switches 
Cabin lighting throughout 
Reading lights over bunks 
Chart light over navigation table 
Full navigation light system incorporating bow lights, stern light,masthead tri-colour light with all round white anchor light, deck flood light and steaming light 
Circuit breakers on main panel 
Dacron sails 
UV protection strip to foresail 
Mainsail with four battens and mast sliders 
self tacking jib 
Mainsail stackpack cover 
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