Southerly 115

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Description

A fine example of the ever popular Southerly 115 introduced in 1983, this being a 2001 built series 3 model. With a large centre cockpit and spacious accommodation below, we highly recommend a viewing.



Dimensions

LOA                             11.25M

LWL                             8.38M

Beam                           3.62M

Draft (Keel Up)            0.69M

Draft (Keel down)        2.46M

Displacement              6,900Kgs

Grounding plate          2,250Kgs

Keel weight                 1,195Kgs

Total ballast                3,445Kgs

 

Sail areas:

Mainsail                      20.60sq M

Furling Genoa              33.54sq M

Cruising Chute             70.33sq M


Construction

Hull and superstructure are heavy duty GRP hand laid GRP mouldings, with clear gelcoat underwater, which is then antifouled. In the hull, woven roving and chopped strand mat are used in combination with thickness increasing progressively towards the keel area. There is a balsa core in the topsides which stops above the waterline. The deck is of sandwich construction using balsa core stiffening, with plywood in high stress areas where fittings are positioned. Bulkheads are glassed in the entire deck is bonded to the hull resulting in a strong and integral unit. A teak rubbing strake is fitted externally. Interior joinery is of Teak faced plywood with solid teak trims, build onto GRP base modules which are glassed into the hull.

Hull colour: Off White

Deck colour: Off  White

Boot Top line: Blue

Style lines: Blue


Variable Draft Swing Keel

The cast iron grounding plate is bolted into a recess in the hull, using stainless steel bolts. It acts as transverse stiffening in way of the keel slot and protects the hull when taking the ground. The aerofoil swing keel is cast iron with a stainless steel pivot fitting into a substantial boss at the forward end of the ground plate. The swing keel is raised by an electrically operated hydraulic ram, with manual backup, which is attached to the keel by a pulley system. It can be operated from either the cockpit or the chart area. A keel locking pin is provided.


Engine

Yanmar 3JH2 40Hp 3 cylinder 4 stroke marine fresh water cooled diesel with reduction/reverse gearbox is fitted. A marine electrical system with 55amp alternator is fitted. Hot water is heated from the engine via a calorifier tank.

Bronze stern tube, with water lubricated stern gland.

Bronze three bladed propeller

Ambassador AM10 rope cutter fitted to shaft

Stainless steel fuel tank , approx. 40 gals, with sediment trap, fuel level gauge and line filter

Bronze water inlet with large strainer

Sound insulation in engine compartment

Single lever engine controls both in cockpit and wheelhouse

Extractor fan in engine compartment


Thruster

6hp Sleipner bow thruster with joystick control fitted at steering pedestal


Steering

The cockpit wheel is pedestal mounted. The rudder is a GRP moulding protected by a shoe to facilitate beaching or sailing in shallow water. An emergency tiller is provided


Mast and Rigging

The mast and boom are in anodised aluminium alloy with stainless steel and allow fittings.  The mast is a double spreader rig with single line reefing fitted to the boom

Rigging is of 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with swaged end fittings and stainless steel rigging screws.

Furlex headsail reefing system is fitted.

Spinnaker pole

Vertical mast stowage for spinnaker pole

The Genoa halyard is controlled from the mast.

The main halyard and reef lines lead aft to the cockpit to Lewmar winches.


Sails

Fully battened mainsail

Stackpack system for mainsail with three part lazy jacks to mast

Furling Genoa

Cruising chute


Windows, Hatches and Ventilation

Lewmar hinged opening deck hatch forward, fitted with roller blind and flyscreen

Main companionway hatch in acrylic on slides, with garage housing

Lewmar hinged opening deck hatch in aft cabin with roller blind and flyscreen

Opening portlight windows in aft cabin and passageway

Dorade vent over saloon

Ventilators in toilet and galley

Two small opening hatches over the galley and chart table

All other windows are fixed tinted acrylic panels  except the forward facing wheelhouse windows which are toughened glass. The hull and wheelhouse windows are recessed into the GRP mouldings


Cockpit

Cave lockers in coamings

Large cockpit locker with access to drained gas bottle stowage

30” stainless steel destroyer wheel on pedestal with binnacle compass

Single lever engine controls (with second set adjacent to inboard steering position)

Teak laid cockpit seats, coamings and aft deck. Teak grating on cockpit side.

2 x 2” Cockpit drains

Cockpit cushions, blue

Sprayhood and cockpit canopy


Freshwater

A stainless steel tank with a capacity of 50 gallons approx. is situated under the port settee

An electric pressure system pumps hot and cold water with the galley and washbasin


Bilge pump

A manual bilge pump is fitted in the cockpit, piped from the bilge sump to a hull discharge


Electrics

Three Heavy duty 12V batteries are fitted with independent isolating switches, one for engine and two for domestic, stored in a purpose made vented box under the galley floor. Charging is via the engine alternator.

Battery state meter

Full cabin light

Full navigation lighting, with combined steaming and flood light on mast and tricolour with all round white at masthead

Switch panel at chart table with circuit breakers to protect systems

240V ring main including 3 double outlet sockets, earth leak circuit breaker and shore power connection cable

240v 1kW immersion fitted to calorifier

Sterling battery charger 30 amp (via shorepower)

Sterling charge booster system fitted to alternator

Sacrificial anode on hull connected to engine and sterntube

12V interior socket (Cigarette lighter type)


Navigation and Electronics

Autohelm ST60+ Speed depth and wind instruments, mounted in pod over companionway with multi-repeater unit at chart table.

Autohelm autopilot with Whitlock Mamba rotary drive with twin station controls, ST6000+ display in cockpit, ST6000+ display at chart table

Simrad RD68 VHF, with masthead antenna with hawk feathers, and external VHF speaker

Raytheon radar/plotter system

ICS Navtex unit


Engineering

Eberspacher D3LC heating system with four outlet, one each in aft cabin, heads, saloon and fwd cabin

Greyline 80ASU front opening refrigerator in galley

Microwave fitted to aft galley bulkhead

Flatscreen TV with Glomex TV antenna

Stereo unit with 2 speakers in saloon and 2 speakers in cockpit


Deck Fittings

Genoa sheet tracks with genoa cars and control lines

Lewmar 44ST genoa sheet winches

Lewmar 30ST mainsheet winch

Lewmar 8 winch on coachroof

Adjustable mainsheet traveller with control lines and rope clutches on coachroof

Horizon1500 12v 1000W reversing windlass, with hand held control

Anchor with 30M chain and 30M warp

Mooring warps

Fenders and tails

Ensign staff and ensign

Boat hook

Sprayhood

Fore, aft and midship mooring cleats

Stanchions and double lifelines

Gates in lifelines port and starboard

Stainless steel pulpit and split pushpit

Bow roller fairlead incorporating stowage for anchor

Furlex roller furling headsail gear

Transom boarding platform with stainless steel ladder


Accommodation

Fore Cabin

Two full size overlapped berths with stowage under, with access to the chain locker forward.

Two lockers forward, under the foredeck

Shelf along portside above berth

Opening Lewmar hatch gives access to the foredeck

Two portlights with rail and curtains are fitted in the hull

Folding door between the cabin and the main saloon

 

Saloon

Adjustable height table, which converts the dinette into a double berth, if fitted to the portside, the table extends to starboard to maximise seating

There are lockers under the dinette with a shelf outboard and stowage behind

A settee/berth is opposite the dinette with a shelf outboard and stowage behind

Teak shelves run both sides of the saloon above the four hull port.

The floor is teak and holly striped plywood with non-slip varnish

Blinds fitted to raised coachroof windows

Galley

Located to port in the wheelhouse, the galley has a single sink with drainer, and hot and cold pressurised water

The work surface is moulded in green Nordstone granite fished gelcoat

Stainless steel gally sink

A gimballed gas cooker with fiddles, two burners, grill, and oven with fail safe on all burners

Top loading ice box fitted to worktop

Cutlery drawer, crockery stowage together with cupboards for utensils and food

The floor is teak and holly stiped plywood with non-slip varnish

 

Navigation area

Located to starboard in the wheelhouse, that chart table has storage under and a hinged extension piece

The console for instruments is fitted across the front of the chart table and outboard

The inside steering position has a removeable stainless steel wheel

The helmsman seat if fitted with a stainless steel grabrail and a large hanging locker under

A windscreen wiper is fitted on the starboard window

 

Toilet

The toilet compartment is to starboard with a marine WC

Holding tank system fitted

Washbasin with pressurised hot and cold water and shower

Basin and surrounds are finished in green Nordstone granite finished gelcoat

Stowage lockers

Mirror and glass holder

Teak shower grating in the floor

Separately switched shower drain pump to drain shower tray

Oilskin hanging space adjacent to toilet compartment

 

Walk Through

The passageway to the aft cabin has a hanging space aft and general stowage space forward

There is purpose made stowage for the table extension piece and the double berth infill

There is access to the engine compartment via two large removeable panels and doors at either end of the walkthrough between the galley and the aft cabin

 

Aft Cabin

There is a large cabin aft with two large single berths with and infill to form a double

There are three overhead lockers aft

A hanging locker is fitted to port with drawers and a vanity table

A small desk is fitted to starboard with shelves above and stowage under the opening top

An opening hatch gives access to the aft deck and the opening coaming windows and hull windows are fitted with curtains. The floor finish is carpet with access to the stern tube under


Maintenance

New standing rigging 2013

New running rigging 2013

New guardwires 2015

New seacocks fitted June 2020

Engine serviced annually

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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General Information

Name
Oar to Sail
Designer
Rob Humphrey / Northshore
Year
2001
New or used
used
Lying
United Kingdom

Accommodation

Heads
1

Measurements

Length overall (m)
11.25
Beam (m)
3.62
Draft (m)
2.46
Displacement (kg)
6900

Engines

Engine
1 x Yanmar 3JH2
Drive Type
Direct
Fuel
Diesel
Fuel capacity (l)
181.844

About The Seller

Northshore Shipyard Ltd

Itchenor Shipyard

Itchenor, Chichester

West Sussex

PO20 7AY

United Kingdom

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