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Quick Look: Southerly 38

Listing of the Stunning 2010 Southerly 38 “SAVING GRACE” 

Southerly 38 is an 11.99 meters keelboat with 2 guest cabins and a draft of 0.82 meters. Length. 11.99m / 39′ 5″ Beam. 3.97m / 13′ 1″.

With just two owners since she was launched in May 2010. SAVING GRACE has been respectfully maintained through her short life and grounded close to the Northshore plant in Chichester. Her periodic conservation has always been carried out by locally grounded specialists endured with Southerly Yachts. She is wintered ashore for at least 2 months each time. 

Bought by the present owners in 2012 as a relief to their former Southerly. She was offered for trade as her original proprietor was upgrading to a new larger Southerly Yacht. SAVING GRACE has noway been put down wet and this shows in her excellent donation both above and below balconies. 

Boasting all the stylish features and options available for the Southerly 38, her stresses include:

  • Ivory topsides with GRP balconies (chosen for low ongoing conservation arrears) 
  • 2-cabin, 2-heads layout with full-range proprietor’s cabin posterior 
  • Cherry interior joinery 
  • Full package of Oceanair Skyscreens and concertina blinds 
  • Bowthruster 
  • Stainless steel removable bowsprit 
  • North cruises with furling G1 reacher and tone-swerving jib 
  • Completely- sustained mainsail with comber batten cars, single-line reefing system, stack pack, and lazy jacks 
  • Electric lanyard winch 
  • Full Raymarine instrumentation package including binary radar map plotters and AIS transponder 
  • Expansive oil work including cockpit quadrangle and sun awning 
  • Tender and outboard 
  • Expansive safety outfit force including liferaft 
  • Eberspacher diesel heating system 
  • Proprietor ’S commentary 
SailBoat 38 Best View
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Southern Seacoast Channel Islands

We’ve completely enjoyed retaining and sailing her on the Southern Seacoast Channel Islands, and France. She’s a veritably able seaworthy boat that is veritably easy to sail. She offers a high position of comfort and the added inflexibility of having two en-suite heads veritably useful if we’ve family musketeers sailing with us. 

The versatility offered by the lifting ship has been a boon being suitable to pierce harbors and creeks. They aren’t always available to fixed ship druther and are particularly useful for getting in or out of marinas with confined tidal access. We keep her in the Chichester marina which is penetrated via a channel with drift restrictions and a cinch. The lifting ship means that we have a much larger time window compared to fixed ship boats. We’ve frequently attracted attention when such a large boat is seen negotiating the access channel in 1.5 meters of water or indeed less.

Southerly 32

We firstly had a Southerly 32 erected which we completely enjoyed but wanted further space, so took the occasion to buy Saving Grace in December 2012 when the original proprietor was ordering a new figure Southerly 42. 

It has been a hard decision to put SAVING GRACE on the request. It’ll be a wrench to see her scale from 1-10, it’s 9 in condition. The boat has been stored indoors five times and in relation to age. This boat is an exhibition boat with lots of redundant outfits. Settees are designed to be ocean bunks elevated mecca office to starboard. The living room is full of natural light and the posterior. The galley for the harborage of the follow-up ground and Southerly’s trademark changes to the introductory layout. It has a V-a situation in front of another double cabin Under sundeck, Northshore offers a selection of wood siding and allows some with. A tone-tapping jib further simplifies the sailing business. The better to control steer her while esteeming the obligation to shovel shallows. Therefore, the developer Stephen Jones has given Southerly 38 binary rudders.

Our Incredible Tiny Floating Home: Best Bluewater Sailboat Under 40 ft: Southerly 38 Boat Tour

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Sailing Southerly 38 In Breezy Chichester 

Chichester Harbour, on the southern seacoast of England, is about as graphic as they come especially on a sunny breezy day in June. Perched on the southerly side of the harbor, on the north reinforcement of a long promontory. The vill of Itchenor in which a boatbuilding installation has been growing steadily. I made my alternate visit in 13 months this week. Therefore, while the plant expansion continues, it seems to have been braked up a little by the pressing need to keep erecting further boats. The company named Northshore has pushed into product some half a dozen models. Nearly 70 new boats total in the last time and nearly all are part of their decreasingly popular line named Southerly. A unique double-rudder-designed windjammer that’s quick through the water. The unique capability to enter shallow waters or indeed demesne in the slush, thanks to its unconventional ballasted swing ship. 

The moment I had a stint at the plant, which has expanded up the hill visited the in-house design office.  It looks at the new Southerly 49, which when finished will be introduced to the public at the Southampton (U.K.) Boat Show. 

Difference Between Southerly 38 & 42  

Claire Horsman, the marketing director gave me the stint, and also Mark Williams a company deals director took me sailing. The breath incontinently piped up into the 16- to 20- knot range, which unknown to me gave Mark a break for concern. He was not upset about the boat’s capabilities. Whereas, had arthroscopic surgery on his shoulder a week before. He was a bit concerned about putting it to the test in a breath. Fortunately, the boat was equipped for the occasion. The voluntary electric winch on the cabin top, which we used to tuck in a reef. As we suddenly turned out of the channel on a rising drift. Mark went forward to coil up the jib lanyard and only also let on about his surgery. 

Southerly 38 & 42 Interior Layout

The main point of difference from the 42 is the configuration of the interior layout. While the longer boat has a sundeck taproom area and nav station, veritably accessible to the cockpit. A massive master stateroom posterior to the 38 is more conventional than a lower, wide-open taproom with a double-splint table erected around the top of the ship case. For one couple and anyone interested in doing bluewater sailing. Two or Three cabin interpretation of the 42 has further to offer. Therefore, for larger family crews and maybe more littoral, performance sailing, I like the 38 a lot. And after checking out its two-cabin layout. I’d have to say that the size of the posterior cabin presumably beats any other in a boat of analogous length.  

SailBoat 38 In The Middle of River
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Clare and Lester Abbott Inventors

After six times of retaining the company, Clare and her hubby Lester Abbott have made steady advancements to the quality of performance. They’re riding the global recession with a nice full order book. In fact, the only make-to-order has apparently helped keep their cash inflow complete caller to the Southampton (U.K.) The boat show will have a chance to step aboard one of the finished boats. And a time latterly, the 49s will be transcended by an Ed Dubois-designed 57-footer. You can ask Clare for the concept sketches of the 65- footer. My eye begins to look like some of the Dubois super Nauticat Yachts, but all in good time. Northshore has been around for decades and is moving forward again at a good rate. 

Northshore Southerly 38

A Northshore Southerly 38 is new to the request. She has been in the same power since new and has an excellent specifications. She was erected by Northshore Yachts in 2011 and has always been professionally maintained from new.  She’s powered by a Yanmar 3JH5E 39hp diesel machine. The machine has been annually serviced by a marine trade professional. She’s shaft driven via a reduction gearbox to Maxprop oaring, three-blade propeller. The boat is largely original as it was launched in 2011 and all aspects of this boat are in superb condition. She has been veritably smoothly used. The coastal cruiser is of real quality being from the North Sails garret and is still in like new condition. 

The Southerly 38 comes with a number of extras from the plant, similar as; a stern thruster, full cockpit quadrangle, liferaft, man overboard crane, electric anchor windlass, pristine sword bowsprit for a cruising waterfall, and a North Sails furling cruising waterfall. The Southerly 38 is from a stable of boats erected by Northshore that have throughout time proven a veritably popular choice. The performance and versatility that you get from Southerly are unexampled by any other brand in its class. Northshore Yachts has steadily toiled in its chosen niche for several decades now so it’s new Southerly 38 has a great deal of experience behind it. 

I still consider the Southerly line to be the ultimate answer to the ford- draft cruising boat.

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Broker Remarks About Southerly 38

 This Southerly 38 is in excellent condition, she’s a fine illustration. She has been in the same power since new and has been professionally maintained annually by marine trade professionals. The proprietor of this Southerly 38 is an educated yachtsman and has cruised the boat substantially more than in the South West waters, Channel islets, and south Brittany seacoast. 

The boat has superb performance and gives you the inflexibility to do much further than other 38-footers. She has the swing ship which is synonymous with Nauticat 42 Yachts. This allows you to gain access to numerous further cruising grounds that other yachts of her size can not with their fixed vessels, she’s perfect thus as a blue water sport fisherman. 

The Southerly 38 is erected for comfort the internal layout is commodious beyond requirements for a boat of this size, she has an excellent possessor’s posterior cabin, and guest cabin, both with en- suites and a fantastic taproom! The outside space is also veritably good with a generous cockpit with a fixed cockpit table. All of the cockpits can be undercover with the full cockpit quadrangle which is great for all time- round cruising. 

  •  Inversely able of original cruising or crossing abysses the Southerly 38 really can do it all, with comfort and style! 
  •  This illustration has been Professionally Maintained by the current proprietor, with significant recent renewals or upgrades including 
  •  New Sprayhood with the fresh posterior screen fitted in 2019 
  • New Saloon upholstery in 2018 
  •  CoppercoatMulti-Season Antifouling Professionally applied in 2016   

Southerly 38 North West Germany (North Sea Coast)

The Southerly 38 boasts an emotional passage plan; the altitudinous fractional carriage combines a large mainsail and a tone swerving furling jib for the important right performance. For off-wind sailing, a voluntary gennaker can be flown from a removable bowsprit. The commodious cockpit offers comfortable seating around both helm stations with room for full instrumentation. The mainsheet track is located on the airman house coachroof with control lines fed back to both jefe’s stations, allowing the yacht to be fluently managed. The steering is direct with minimal counterreaction with semi-balanced binary rudders to give incontinently responsive steering and precise directional stability. The forward part of the cockpit is wide with generous seating for socializing. A teak cockpit table with fold-down leaves offers dinette installations, whilst also furnishing a bottom brace and handrail when the yacht is canted. 

Southerly 38
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Reviews of People about Southerly 38

A beautiful boat like a new, one owner.

The Southerly 38 is a desirable model, much in demand.

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Southerly 38 boasts an impressive cruise plan the tall fractional carriage combines a large mainsail and a self-tacking furling jib for powerful windward performance. For off-wind sailing, the furling cruising rapid can be flown. The mainsheet track is located on the pilot house coachroof with control lines fed back to both helm stations, allowing the yacht to be fluently managed. The steering is direct with minimum backlash with semi-balanced binary rudders to give incontinently responsive steering and precise directional stability. The forward part of the cockpit is wide with generous seating for socializing. A teak cockpit table with fold-down leaves offers dinette installations, whilst also furnishing a bottom brace and handrail when the yacht is heeled.

The Southerly 38 features the largely developed Swing Keel which gives the freedom and versatility to sail in nearly any water. With the keel lowered, the variable draught of2.59 meters makes for fast, serious blue water cruising. At the touch of a button, the keel can be raised to give a shallow draught of just0.82 meters-perfect for sailing in shallow water. Real teak decks. Beautiful and great to walk on at sea, I had always been leery of teak decks since the screws used to hold them down were a potential leak.

The forward cabin has good headroom with a double berth and en-suite facilities.

Southerly 38 (2010) walk-through video

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Specifications of Southerly 38

  • Manufacturer: Southerly
  • Location: Plymouth
  • Year: 2011
  • LOA: 39’4″ (11.99m)
  • Beam: 13′ 0” (3.97m)
  • Berths: 7
  • Draft: 2.59
  • Keel: Swing Keel
  • ID no.: 1011212
  • Cabins: 3
  • Heating: Eberspacher
  • Heads: 2
  • Showers: 2
  • Watertank Size: 225 Litres
  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Horsepower: 39hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 230 Litres
  • Cruise Speed: 6.5 Knots
  • Top Speed: 8 Knots
  • Engine Hours Port: 360
  • BOAT NAME: ALIBI
  • MAKE & MODEL: Northshore Southerly 38 Designed by Stephen Jones
  • HULL MATERIAL: GRP
  • Mid Grey Hull Ivory White topside.
  • Nordsee anti-osmosis system
  • Clear gel coat below waterline
  • Deck ring and cockpit area laid to Teak
  • Hull has the Northshore twin stripes with SS 38 logo
  • SSR 52817 shown on Hull has lapsed from the Channel Islands
  • Current UK RYA Sail Number GBR 3049L
  • NAME: Alibi on stern only. (Alibi definition means in another place.)
  • YEAR: Built-in in 2011 launched in 2012
  • LENGTH OVER ALL: 11.99m 39ft 4ins
  • LENGTH OVER WATERLINE: 10.98m 36ft 0ins
  • BEAM: 3.97m 13ft 0ins
  • DRAFT: Keel up .82m 2ft 8ins Keel down 2.59m 8ft 6ins
  • KEEL TYPE: Swing Keel Touch button control for lowering and raising from the port wheel control panel
  • DISPLACEMENT: 9,921kgs 21,872lbs
  • FUEL TANKAGE: 45 gals nonmetallic
  • WATER TANKAGE: 49 gals nonmetallic
  • ENGINE MODEL: Yanmar
  • Full-service history new fuel system 2017 including injectors, DP pump, lift pump all new filter housings, fuel lines, and even a new deck fitting and filler hose new breather hose, and fitting
  • ENGINE HP: 39hp
  • DATE LAST ENGINE SERVICE: April 2018
  • AGE OF STANDING RIGGING: 2012
  • All running rigging New 2017 and 2018
  • DATE LAST ANTIFOULED: Coppercoated from new 2012

Accommodation Summary

  • NUMBER OF SEPARATE SLEEPING CABINS: Three including a saloon
  • Fore cabin V-singles with infill to make a large double. Large wardrobe shelves and drawers, two fixed portlights, one overhead hatch with Lewmar vent. The portlights vent has new 2016 Blackout Breeze blinds fitted. Lewmar roof hatch has a built-in bug screen and blackout slide. Direct door into forwarding heads.
  • Dinette area Double pull-out conversion and Single settee berth with vast stowage under berths.
  • Berths fitted with Lee cloths.
  • Side cupboards and lockers Starboard rear fitted as a wine cave.
  • Island Queen double berth in owners aft cabin on the centerline, direct door to aft heads, side seats to port and starboard, large hanging wardrobe, two corner lockers, shelves, and various drawers. Two fixed portlights and two opening port lights. All port lights have new 2017 pleated black-out blinds by Breeze blinds.
  • TOTAL NUMBER OF BERTHS: Seven
  • NUMBER OF HEADS: Two
  • Aft heads to sea or holding tank, Fwd heads to sea
  • Both heads were new in 2016 and are only used in freshwater
  • Fore and Aft showers with hot and cold water
  • Washbasins with Corian worktops
  • Fixed portlights with breeze blind covers
  • Opening hatches with bug screens and full covers
  • Aft heads have a wet locker with a warm air vent

Interior

  • Southerly Length: 11,99 m / 39,34 ft
  • Model Southerly 38 Beam: 3,97 m / 13,02 ft
  • Year Started: 2008
  • Draft: 0,82 m / 2,69 ft
  • Year Finished: 2015
  • Displacement: 9,90 tonne
  • Cabin: 2
  • Fuel: 230 liters
  • Bed: 4
  • Fresh water: 225 liters
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Galley & Galley Equipments

  • Plastimo Neptune 4500 two burner cooker with grill and full oven, all burners fitted with fail-safe devices
  • LPG sniffer system
  • Gas cut off tap
  • Top loading 75litre fridge/freezer.
  • Full sink and a small half sink with Hot and Cold water Seagull fresh water tap for filtered water additional lift up worktop giving a greater working area.
  • SAILS:
  • Main North Dacron original 2012 valeted and serviced by North Southampton winter 2017-8
  • Jib Self-tacking North Dacron original 2012 valeted and serviced by North Southampton winter 2017-18
  • Furling asymmetric G1 gennaker by North Sails valeted and serviced by North Southampton April 2014 and unused since. Flying from a stainless steel removable bowsprit. (If left fitted increases the overall length by approx 2ft)
  • Furlex headsail reefing system serviced April 2018
  • Sails are fully battened
  • Mainsail with Seldon MDS cars

Rigging & Spars

  • Seldon fractional rig
  • Double swept back spreaders
  • Stac PAC system for mainsail New PAC by TecSew 2018
  • Lazy jacks internal to mast
  • Manual backstay tensioner
  • Three climbing steps on the mast

Winches & Deck Equipment

  • Stainless steel pulpit incorporating port and starboard navigation lights
  • Self-tacking foresail track with a sheet to the cockpit
  • Stainless steel stanchions and guard wires with gates port and starboard
  • Stainless steel pushpit with stern gate stern light and ensign mounting
  • Fuel, Water and Pump out deck fittings
  • Turning blocks for reefing lines
  • Mainsheet track with control lines leading back to the cockpit
  • Four rope clutches to port and five to starboard
  • Lewmar 46ST winch to port
  • Lewmar 46AEST powered winch to starboard
  • Lewmar winches port and starboard
  • Deck pads port and starboard for jack lines

Ground Tackle & WindGlass

  • Quick 1500w windless with wired hand controller, second controller at port helm station
  • Delta Anchor 70m 10mm calibrated chain + additional 30m warp

Bow Thruster/ Rope Cutter

  • 82kg Bow thruster controlled from the port helm position
  • Ambassador AM10 Rope cutter

Batteries/ Electrics/ Shore Power

  • 1 x New Agm start battery New 2016
  • 2 x New Agm domestic batteries New 2016
  • Mastervolt battery charger 12/50 smart three-step
  • 240volt Ring main includes 4 double outlet sockets, galley, saloon, and aft cabin. Earth leak circuit breaker. Shore power lead attaching to Marico fitting on starboard transom.
  • 1 x immersion heater fitted to calorifier

Solar Panels

  • 2 x Solara solar panels with regulator fitted on the coach roof

Electronics/ Instruments/ VHF/ AutoPilot

  • Raymarine ST60+ Speed depth and wind indicators mounted on the instrument panel above the companionway with a graphic display on the chart table
  • Ray55E VHF Radio flush-mounted with DSC masthead aerial
  • Raymarine autopilot with mamba drive ST6002 cockpit display at port helm SPX10 smart pilot with Rate Gyro including rudder reference unit
  • Raymarine 18” scanner on mast bracket
  • Raystar 125 GPS antenna
  • Raymarine C90W multi-function at chart table
  • Raymarine C90W multi-function mounted on Navpod at port helm position
  • Raymarine AIS250

Entertainment/TV & DAB Radio

  • Fusion radio New 2017 DAB with roof-mounted aerial, Bluetooth, and a Fusion dock unit for Apple and Android
  • 2 x internal Sony roof-mounted speakers
  • 2 x exterior waterproof speakers under cockpit table
  • After 32” LED TV hard-wired to 12v Glomex aerial at mast head feeding a Glomex amplifier – All New 2018

Safety Equipment

  • Three fire extinguishers
  • One fire blanket
  • One Horseshoe buoy
  • General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, EPIRBs, fire extinguishers and flares, etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.

Other Equipment

  • New 2016 – TecSew increased height spray hood and frame with extra side windows, side leather covered gear handles, and two grabs cut-out hand holds on the main bar. The Centre window unzips and when folded the whole package zips neatly into a valise.
  • New 2018 – TecSew Bimini and valise and full cockpit enclosure
  • New TecSew cockpit cushions
  • New pilot house window blinds by Breeze blinds 2016
  • Both helm wheels leather bound
  • New wheel covers 2018 by TecSew
  • Deck shower Hot and Cold
  • Forward, Aft and Centre raised cleats are all fitted with stainless steel chafe guards
  • Both Port and Starboard helm positions have matching grab bars
  • Teak cockpit table with fold-up wings and center storage
  • Two winches handle pockets
  • Gas locker to starboard with one Camping Gaz cylinder
  • Gas safety record issued 31/03/16 with new soft tails fitted and a new marine regulator
  • Telescopic Stern boarding ladder
  • Transom-mounted Weaver Snap Davits
  • Four fenders
  • Battery meter
  • Volt meter switch between the engine and domestic
  • Water meter
  • Holding tank meter
  • New 2017 Mikuni heating system. Five outlets control in the aft cabin – you don’t need to get out of bed on a cold morning!
  • Two pinnacle helm compasses
  • Interior woodwork is Mahogany with Teak and Holly sole
  • 12v lighting has been partly converted to LED bulbs
  • Four Warps
  • Full winter cover by TecSew 2016
  • Stainless steel bow striking plate below the stemhead fitting
  • Rear aft cockpit lockers to port and starboard
  • Additional Keel operation switch on keel box

Cockpit

  • An aft cockpit, self-draining
  • Laid teak to cockpit seats
  • Laid teak to cockpit sole
  • Cockpit table with folding leaves, stowage, and handrail
  • Good access aft for boarding through transom door
  • Telescopic stern boarding ladder
  • Cockpit locker to port and starboard
  • 2 Gas bottle storage in cockpit locker to starboard and safety electronic isolator main cabin control.
  • Liferaft/fender stowage in cockpit locker to port
  • Perspex main hatch with washboard
  • Instrument panels above the hatchway
  • Two winches handle pockets
  • Two Lewmar 46ST winches for mainsheet
  • Two safety harness eyes
  • Safety lines Port and star
  • Deck wash at the stern ladder. Hot and cold water
  • 6 man liferaft Seago 2017. 3 yearly service
  • Seago 2.4m inflatable dingy 2019 on snap davits.
  • Honda outboard stowed on pushpit
  • Rescue Ladder
  • Rescue ladder line
  • Dan Buoy
  • Lifebelt and light
  • Spray hood
  • Cockpit folding bimini

Saloon

  • Full-length L-shaped single settee to port and full-length single settee to starboard
  • Folding leaf table
  • Two lockers forward
  • Shelves outboard
  • Stowage under seating
  • Large shelved locker forward
  • Two opening hatches
  • Overhead lights
  • Concertina blinds to pilot house windows at additional cost
  • Double berth conversion to port settee at additional cost
  • Third cabin option (two double cabins aft) at additional cost

Electrics

  • 12-volt system
  • Four heavy-duty batteries are charged from the engine alternator. One for engine, two for domestic use, and one for bow thruster and keel motor.
  • Isolating switches
  • Cabin lighting throughout
  • Reading lights over bunks
  • Chart light over navigation table
  • Full navigation light system incorporating bow lights, stern light, masthead tricolor light with all-round white anchor light, deck flood light, and steaming light
  • Circuit breakers on the main panel

Gallay

  • Twin stainless steel sinks
  • Corian type worktop, Gemini
  • Pressurized hot and cold water
  • Stainless steel grab rail
  • Top loading refrigerated ice box (75 liters)
  • Fully gimballed gas cooker with three burners, grill, and oven (fail-safe devices on all burners)
  • Gas cut off tap
  • Ample storage for crockery and cutlery
  • Cupboards
  • Two opening hatches
  • Overhead light

Hull

  • IvoryWhite gel coat
  • Red and Oxford Blue style line
  • Northshore patented Nordseal anti-osmosis system
  • Clear gel coat below the waterline
  • Copper Coat anti-foul

Deck Fittings

  • Cleats forward and aft raised
  • Spring cleats amidships with stainless steel chafe guard
  • Stainless steel stem-head fitting with twin bow roller
  • GRP foredeck anchor locker with re-enforced shelf with electric anchor windlass
  • Mooring bollard
  • Stainless steel pulpit incorporating navigation light bracket
  • Stainless steel stanchions and guard wires with gates port and starboard
  • Stainless steel push-pit incorporating stern gate, navigation light bracket, and ensign socket
  • Fuel and water deck fillers
  • Self-tacking foresail track with a sheet to the cockpit
  • Turning blocks to take reefing lines
  • Mainsheet track with control lines
  • Four rope clutches to port and five to starboard, for running rigging
  • Four Lewmar winches
  • Stainless steel grab handles on either side of the coach roof with integral mainsheet lead
  • Recessed trough for spray hood
  • 16kg Bruce anchor
  • 20 meters of chain
  • 30 meters of warp
  • Spare anchor and warp
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fire blanket

Features

  • Radar – Raymarine C90W multifunctional
  • Tender
  • Swimming ladder
  • Shore power inlet
  • Liferaft
  • Bow thruster
  • Battery charger
  • Oven
  • Cockpit shower
  • Gennaker cruising spinnaker – Furling Gennacker
  • Autopilot – Raymarine ST6002
  • Log speedometer – Raymarine ST60
  • Radar detector
  • Wind speed and direction – Raymarine ST60
  • Plotter – C90W multifunctional
  • Furling genoa – Dacron
  • Refrigerator – Top loading, Keel cooled
  • Tv set – omnidirectional are fitted.
  • Compass – 2
  • Depthsounder
  • Bimini top
  • Radar reflector
  • Steering wheel – Twin 30
  • Furling mainsail – Dacron
  • Vhf – with DSC
  • Teak cockpit
  • Hot water
  • Davits

How much does Southerly 38 cost in the United Kingdom?

285,000 pounds

What is the Direction of the Southerly Wind?

A southerly wind is a wind that blows from the south.

Southerly 38 in inches:

The Sailing Yacht Southerly 38 had been produced by the brand Southerly from 2008 to 2015. Southerly 38 is an 11.99 meters keelboat with 2 guest cabins and a draft of 0.82 meters.

Weight of Southerly 38

The keel fin fits into an iron pan that forms part of the ballast while providing structural support for the fin. There are 4,455 pounds of weight in that pan. Even though, the fin itself is lead and weighs 3,785 pounds

Description

Generally, Southerly 38 is one of the latest Southerly that can be replaced by a completely new style of portholes of the deckhouse. After making the boat more graceful and elegant. Likewise, in Southerly models here the base is installed with a lifting keel that reduces the draught of the boat. Therefore, the layout of the cabin is designed in such a way that it is impossible to see the keel does not prevent. The Yacht like other models of the shipyards has a very strong hull solid below the waterline and above it with balsa filler. The sail plan is modern, with a large mainsail and small staysail narrow. Therefore, it allows the boat to have a high steepness of the turn. Staysail automatic which greatly facilitates the work of the crew. 

Sailing the Southerly 38

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