• 47.3333'
  • 2012
  • Lymington, United Kingdom
  • £525,000


Ferociously swift sailing yacht which is easily to handle and which dries out easily giving her all sorts of dimensions.  Now set up for serious blue water cruising also comes with a carbon spar and smart teak interior.

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NORTHSHORE
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: Southerly 47
  • Model Year: 2012
  • YearBuilt: 2012
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: VAT Paid
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/0 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 47' 4" (14.43m)
  • LWL: 42' 10" (13.06m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 14' 8" (4.47m)
  • Min Draft: 3' 3" (0.99m)
  • Max Draft: 10' 3" (3.12m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 17,256 Kilos
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 488 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 660 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 9
  • Heads: 2
  • Sleeps: N/A
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: GRP
  • Deck Material: GRP
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Stephen Jones & Southerly
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Yanmar
  • Model: 4JH5-TE
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Owner's Comments

ISABEL is the highest specified Southerly 47 ever built and is hull number 2 of 8. She was finished in late 2012 but only launched in Spring 2013. She was lightly used (under 400nautical miles) until Spring 2014 when I purchased her through Berthon.


I immediately fixed the minor outstanding issues such as proper deck drainage and made several important upgrades that a cruising sailor will really appreciate. The first was the upgrade of the 20kg delta to a 33kg Rocna bow anchor including a modified bow roller that eliminates the need for a separate bowsprit and protects the bow stem from the chain and anchor damage. I have anchored extensively over the last 2 seasons and have never dragged. The only minor issue is regularly having to “break out” the anchor by driving forward and the amount of mud or sand that is brought up – all testament to its incredible holding power. I then installed a 20kg stainless steel Bruce anchor at the stern on a customised Hallberg Rassy arm and roller. This enables the stern anchor to be deployed instantly by the helmsman in the event of engine failure in confined quarters and is even more useful when beaching, anchoring just off the shore and taking a bow line ashore or when mooring with two anchors in tidal rivers.  With the combination of shallow draft, ability to take the ground and these two serious anchors I have anchored in some spectacular anchorages that simply aren’t open to the general yachting public. A particular favourite was in Salcombe when the Harbour Master in his RIB couldn’t get close enough in order to charge me harbour dues! It is also possible to anchor in much more protected waters close inshore away from the swell and other yachts.


Southerlys are rightly renowned for their lifting ballasted keel which is more or less unique. Centre boards and twin keels just aren’t the same. This has many more advantages than just evading harbour masters in shallow water. Fully down with a draft of 3.3m the keel provides far more pointing ability than your standard issue 2m L shaped bulb. And then in deep water anchorages the extra righting moment significantly reduces rolling compared to neighbouring yachts. When sailing downwind or motoring raising the keel halfway reduces the wetted surface area for extra speed like a dinghy. In extreme conditions, raising the keel fully prevents the yacht tripping over it and broaching with the twin rudders and skegged hull shape very capable of maintain direction. In the event of striking an underwater object, such as a cargo container or a rock, the keel absorbs the impact by lifting rather than shearing off at the keel bolts causing a capsize. The safety advantage of this cannot be overstated and is well worth the premium as much as the convenience factor of shallow draught.


The carbon mast and Park Avenue boom make a real difference to sailing performance and wow factor. Performance upwind at 30 to 35 degrees apparent regularly hits 8.5knots, with 7.5knots in under 10 knots of wind and at 6.5 knots in 8 knots of breeze. On a reach 9.5 knots is easily achieved with 10.5knots in ideal conditions. She is incredible responsive under sail and a real pleasure to helm. All lines are led back to the cockpit and I regularly sail singlehandedly. The twin rudders mean that the helm is balanced and not affected by weather helm because one rudder is vertical and the other is just lifting out of the water when hard pressed. The rudders are bullet proof as they are designed to take the weight of the boat on the hard – the massive stainless steel rudder stocks are likely to defeat any underwater object and being offset any impact would be a glancing blow rather than direct impact. In any event, there is the obvious redundancy of having two which is another important safety factor. The propeller is totally protected by a substantial skeg that is also designed to take the weight of the yacht.


The yacht handles extremely well under power once you understand the handling characteristics of a boat with twin rudders – it is possible to turn the yacht in her own length because the inside rudder exerts such a strong turning moment. Prop walk also exerts an outsize effect which can be used to great advantage when mooring or turning clockwise. In any event bow and stern thrusters are available to assist with the process.


The Southerly 47 is the most beautiful and powerful yacht ever built by Northshore and receives compliments everywhere. Dockside appeal is guaranteed. The only downside of Southerly was the price due to the lifting keel, which alone added about 10% of the base price, and the bespoke joinery. Buying on the brokerage market mitigates that downside and the enjoyment of owning a truly unique performance cruising yacht is absolutely worth the premium.  

Broker's Comments

ISABEL is to all intents and purposes a new yacht. She was launched briefly last Autumn for the Yachting World test in which she showed extremely well. She was then lifted ashore and mothballed for the winter and commissioned this Spring. Since then she has been extremely lightly used (the water maker has not even been commissioned) and she is offered in totally turn key shape with all the warranty niggles dealt with. As you will see from the specification she is very highly spec’ed and offers exceptional value for anyone who is considering either a new sister ship or a high quality blue water cruising yacht in this segment.


RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”


Hull Construction:

·         Heavy duty GRP moulding, hand laid up to Northshore’s Nordseal laminating system incorporating multi-axial and unidirectional reinforcements; kevlar reinforcement to bow section, from mast bulkhead, for additional strengthening of hull.

·         The keel box is an integral part of the hull lay-up and sandwich construction stiffening runs the entire length of the hull topsides.

·         All main bulkheads are bonded into the hull at main lay-up stage along with a stiffening grillage of transverse frames and longitudinal stringers; collision bulkhead to sail locker / forward cabin.

·         The engine bearers are also an integral part of the hull structure.

·         Dark Blue (LR3748) hull.

·         Ivory white boot top & style lines.

·         White flo-coat finish to inside of hull.

·         Northshore’s patented Nordseal antiosmosis system

·         Clear gel coat below the waterline

·         The hull is guaranteed against osmosis for 5 years from the date of manufacture.

·         Copper coating has been applied to below waterline of hull and keel.


Deck Construction:

·         Hand laid up GRP. Sandwich construction.

·         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.

·         Ivory White gel coat.

·         Raised bulwark.

·         Teak laid side decks.

·         Moulded non slip finish to coachroof with teak laid decking to the forward section

·         Access to chain locker from sail locker.

·         Access to sail locker at bow with watertight flush hatch.


Keel & Rudder:

·         Ballast Weight: 3,990kg / 8,794lb.

·         Keel Weight: 2,130kg / 4,695lb.

·         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 with stainless steel bolts.

·         The aerofoil shaped keel is cast iron with a lead tip and incorporates a stainless steel pivot at the leading edge.

·         The keel is raised and lowered by a hydraulic ram powered by an electrically driven pump with a hand operated back-up.

·         All hydraulics are easily accessible for maintenance.

·         Keel control and gauge showing keel position fitted at wheel pedestal.

·         Removable stainless steel pin, positioned to enable the keel to be locked in the ‘up' position.

·         Semi-balanced twin rudders.


Engine & Gearboxes:

·         1 x Yanmar 4JH5-TE 75hp fresh water cooled diesel engine (508 engine hours).

·         ZF30 Transmission 2.70:1.

·         Sound deadening to engine box.

·         Racor Duplex fuel filter system.

·         Basket style sea water strainer with glass inspection removable cover fitted for both main engine and generator raw water inlet.

·         Engine oil sump pump.

·         Aquadrive CBV10 (for reduced engine vibration and noise).


Propulsion & Steering:

·         GRP stern tube with water lubricated stern gland.

·         Stainless steel propeller shaft.

·         Max-Prop (3 feathering blades) propeller.

·         Ambassador AM10 rope cutter.

·         Substantial skeg fitted on centreline to protect the propeller and rudders when theyacht is dried out.

·         Twin 36’’ stainless steel cockpit wheels; wheel rims covered with hide.

·         Lewmar steering system.

·         Single lever engine control.

·         Emergency steering system.

·         Bow Thruster – 97kg with control at steering pedestal.

·         Stern Thruster – 82kg with control at steering pedestal.

Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

·         12 volt system with 220v ring main

·         Circuit breakers on main panel.

·         240v ring main: includes 8 x double outlet sockets (2 x in galley, 1 x in saloon, 2 x in aft cabin, 1 x in mid cabin, 1 x in forward cabin, 1 x at chart table), earth leak circuit breaker and connection cable (with plug for shore connection 16A) and a 1kW immersion heater fitted in calorifier.

·         12v 25 amp socket (suitable for high load applications such as dinghy inflator) fitted in cockpit.

·         12v 10 amp interior socket (cigarette lighter type) for low load applications) fitted at chart table.

·         Tin wiring throughout yacht.


Battery Banks:

·         4 x AGM Slimline 185Ah each, 1 x AGM 115Ah engine start battery (740Ah service, 115Ah engine); includes remote box for engine battery.

·         Isolating switches.

·         Mastervolt Masterview Easy battery monitor.


Battery Chargers:

·         Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/2000W – 100A inverter/charger.



·          2 x 80 amp engine alternators.



·         Cummins Onan 4kW generator MDKBH (2,400rpm/50Hz) (42 generator hours).

·         Basket style sea water strainer with glass inspection removable cover fitted for both main engine and generator raw water inlet.


Shore Power:

·         220v ring main.


Other Electrical:

·         Lightning Master fitted at masthead, mast step connected to small ground plane to provide lightning path.

·         Photovoltaic solar panels fitted on coachroof area – 5 x 72 watt cells.

·         Emergency stop button (mushroom style) fitted at helm to isolate heavy power equipment.

Plumbing Systems

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

·         Pressurised hot and cold water system.

·         Mixer tap to galley sink.

·         Mixer tap in heads compartments.

·         Electric pressure pump.

·         Hot water provided by engine calorifier unit with immersion.

·         Deck wash pump, outlet in cockpit (hose long enough to reach bow).

·         Aquafilta  water filter.



·         Spectra Catalina 300 watermaker 12.5 gallons p/h with MPC control panel, autoback flush facility and water tester faucet to galley sink.(never in commission)


Bilge Pumps:

·         High capacity belt driven bilge pump (Jabsco 51200) connected to main engine with manual clutch – 200 litres/min 12000 litres/hour.

·         2 x High water bilge alarms, hard wired (not via Empir bus system); includes audible and visible alarm.

·         High capacity submersible pump, Rule 4000 – flow rate of 252 litres/minute (55 gallons/minute. 2” hose outlet. Mounted on a plinth above the bilge level for us in emergencies only. Manual activation only, not controlled by float switches or water detection circuitry.

·         2nd bilge pump (manual) mounted below.



·         Total capacity of 660 litres / 145 gallons.

·         Two nonmetallic fuel tanks with sediment trap and line filter.

·         Bronze water strainer with viewing port and removable filter.


Fresh water:

·         Total capacity of 488 litres / 107 gallons.

·         Non-metallic fresh water tanks.


Grey/Blackwater holding tanks:

·         The greywater holding tank was converted from the unused forward fuel tank and has yet to be used – could be routed back again if extra fuel storage was wanted.

·         Holding tank is manually pumped out; level indicator and deck suction.

·         Toilet pumps to tank or sea.

Navigation Equipment

·         Twin compass guards and 6 inch main steering compasses.

·         Icom M505 VHF/DSC receiver, fitted at chart table, includes interfacing NMEA; Raystar GPS required.

·         Icom Command Mic HM-162 external handset (for use with M505) fitted at helm.

·         Raymarine single i70 instrument, complete with transducer, depth, log, wind speed and direction.

·         Connection cabling of section station for i70 instrument.

·         5 x Additional Raymarine i70 instrument displays.

·         3 x Raymarine e7 Hybrid Touch displays, complete with Navionics card and built in antenna; scanner required for radar.

·         Raymarine autopilot P70 display, SPX30 Smart pilot with Rate Gyro, includes rudder reference unit, complete with motor, includes brackets/tiller arms/drag links.

·         Raymarine AIS650 tranciever Class B for collision avoidance information, including cables (chartplotter/radar required).

·         Raymarine 18” scanner on gimbaled self-leveling Scanstrut LMB-A1 bracket attached to backstay bridle.

·         Raymarine 125 satellite GPS antenna, mounted to coachroof.

·         Globesurfer III 3G router, mobile broadband with external quad band mast mounted antenna – supplying wifi and ethernet connection.

Domestic Equipment


·         Euronova 1000 washing machine in forward cabin.



·         Twin stainless steel sinks.

·         ‘Pebble Terrain’ Corian type worktop.

·         Pressurised hot and cold water.

·         130 litre front loading stainless steel refrigerator – keel cooled (there is also a fan for use when dried out).

·         51 litre top loading freezer – keel cooled.

·         Fully gimballed gas cooker with three burners, grill and oven (fail-safe devices on all burners).

·         Gas cut off tap.

·         Slide out waste bin fitted in galley beside companionway.

·         Gas detector adjacent to cooker.

·         Solenoid cut off switch at extra cost.

·         Stainless steel microwave 240v 800 watts.

·         Chopping board sink cover.



·         Electric sump pumps to shower trays.

·         1 x Tecma easyfit quiet running electric saltwater wc in owner’s cabin with manual wc aft

·         Deck shower with hot and cold water, fitted in stern bathing platform.


Heating & Ventilation:

·         12 volt electric ventilator in engine room.

·         Reverse cycle aircon – 16,000 BTU aircon unit in saloon, 10,000 BTU in aft master cabin – divert valves from saloon unit ducting to forward cabins.

·         Eberspacher D5 hot air heating system with 4 x outlets (aft cabin, forward cabin, saloon and mid cabin).



·         26” HD TV fitted in starboard side saloon cabinet with open and slide back doors with bracket and connection to antenna.

·         Zoned sound system with controls in master cabin, saloon & cockpit. System includes iPod interface and cradle, plus CD changer at nav. station.

·         Sony DVD/Bluray player built in to salon cabinet & connected to TV system.



·         Cabin lighting throughout.

·         Reading lights over bunks.

·         Chart light over navigation table.

·         Full navigation light system incorporating Lopo LED bow lights, stern light, masthead tricolor light with all round white anchor light, deck flood light and steaming light.

·         Cockpit down lighting, white light fitted on underside of boom.


Summary of Accommodation:

·         Interior joinery is finished in teak (Crown Cut) in the Rhoades Young contemporary style. Teak & holly strip laminate sole.

·         There are a total of nine berths with two in the forecabin, two in the aft cabin, two in mid ships cabin and three in the saloon.

·         Deep stowage drawer fitted in starboard side seating.

·         Primary access to engineering space beneath saloon via inboard saloon seat cutout. Step/platform above keel hydraulics and on side of keel box assembly provided. Outboard saloon seat locker is shallow so as to provide better access to engineering space.

·         Maximised size of removable port side engine bay access panel under galley sole to allow for improved access to port side of engine and aft facing water impellor pump housing.

·         Engine access panel in aft cabin hinged on side. Door insulated with gasket and secured shit with Gyro bolts for positive closure.

·         Naturalmat Company Airflow (Latex & Coir) cushioned mattresses throughout.


Windows, Hatches & Ventilation:

·         Thirteen opening deck hatches, one size 60, two size 10’s over forecabin, one size 10 to midships cabin, one size 10 to forward heads, two size 44’s and three size 10’s over saloon, one size 10 over galley, one size 10 over nav station, escape hatch over aft cabin.

·         Glazed opening ports in aft cabin.

·         Glazed opening port in aft head.

·         Perspex drop down main companionway hatch.

·         Pilot house windows and hull ports are tinted toughened glass, bonded into recesses in GRP mouldings.

·         3 x Roller shade/screens – to saloon/chart table (2 x S220, 1 x S230).

·         1 x Roller shade/screen – to forecabin (S260).

·         All access hatches, including within sole, fitted with gyro bolts for positive closure.

·         Concertina blinds fitted in raised coachroof area – white.



·         Saloon Seating – Jab Carlucci di Chivasso Valerie CA7770/072 piped in Jab Chivasso two-tone CA7655/027 5mm.

·         Aft Cabin Seating – Jab Carlucci di Chivasso Valerie CA7770/072 piped in Jab Chivasso two-tone CA7655/027 5mm.

·         Cabin Berths – Natural mattress upgrade.

·         Navigator’s Seat – Futura Windstone leather.

·         Curtains – Blendworth Camino 2.


Description of layout from forwards:



·         ‘V' berth, two long single berths.

·         Infill to convert to a double.

·         Large hanging locker.

·         Large shelved locker.

·         Two full length shelves.

·         Two fixed portlights.

·         Opening hatches.

·         Overhead lights.

·         Two reading lights.

·         Curtains.

·         Ensuite facilities.


Forward Heads Compartment:

·         Manual marine .

·         Washbasin with Corian (Pebble Terrain) type surround.

·         Hot and cold pressurised water.

·         Separate shower compartment with perspex door.

·         Grating to shower tray.

·         Electric shower pump.

·         Opening hatch.

·         Fixed portlight.

·         Lockers.

·         Mirror

·         Glass holder.

·         Ventilation.

·         Stainless steel handhold, positioned between heads and shower access doors.


Midships Cabin:

·         Two long single bunk berths.

·         Large hanging locker.

·         Fixed portlight.

·         Opening hatch.

·         Overhead lights

·         Two reading lights.

·         Curtains.


Raised Saloon:

·         Raised seating for eight people to port.

·         Lower seating to starboard.

·         Excellent vision.

·         Folding leaf table.

·         Stowage.

·         Bookshelf.

·         Five opening hatches.

·         Overhead lights.

·         Concertina blinds to pilot house windows

·         Port saloon seating to converts to a double berth

·         Deckhead recessed handrail in main saloon.


Navigation Area:

·         Raised chart table to starboard with excellent visibility.

·         Double seat.

·         Instrument console forward of chart table.

·         Chart stowage under hinged lid.

·         Locker spaces.

·         Opening hatch.

·         Overhead lights.

·         Chart light.

·         Main switch panel.



·         Stainless steel grab rail.

·         Ample storage for crockery and cutlery.

·         Cupboards.

·         Opening hatch.

·         Fixed hull port.

·         Overhead light.


Aft Cabin:

·         Large centreline double berth.

·         Upholstered seats port & starboard.

·         Two corner lockers.

·         Large hanging locker.

·         Large shelved locker.

·         Shelf.

·         Four opening portlights.

·         Two fixed portlights.

·         Overhead lights.

·         Two reading lights.

·         Concertina blinds.

·         Access to steering gear.

·         Ensuite facilities.

·         Opening hatch.

·         Strong box installed (300 x 170 x 230 4-digit combination lock).


Aft En-suite Heads Compartment:

·         Electric marine .

·         Washbasin with Corian (Pebble Terrain) type surround.

·         Hot and cold pressurised water.

·         Separate shower compartment with perspex door.

·         Electric shower pump.

·         Grating to shower tray.

·         Lockers.

·         Mirror.

·         Glass holder.

·         Fixed portlight.

·         Opening portlight.

Deck Equipment


·         Selden carbon mast (painted) & intermediate rod rigging; alloy painted spreaders.

·         3 x Climbing steps on the mast – Selden factory fitted.

·         Selden ‘Park Avenue Style’ trough boom (aluminium and carbon structure); vinyl graphics for boat name applied to either side of boom.

·         Double headsail rig with extra furling forestay system forward of standard forestay with lightweight Norlam genoa; includes modified stemhead fitting, genoa sheet tracks, track lead blocks, double clutched turning blocks and sheet winches on coamings.

·         Selden fractional rig.

·         Double swept back spreaders.

·         Selden anodised aluminium spars, finished in silver.

·         Internal halyards.

·         1 x19 Stainless steel wire standing rigging with swage toggle-fork chrome bronze rigging screws.

·         Backstay with manual tensioner.

·         Self tacking foresail.

·         Furlex headsail reefing system.

·         Single line reefing led aft to cockpit for mainsail.

·         Solid kicker.

·         Gas strut.

·         Main halyard.

·         Topping lift.

·         Kicker, jib sheet, main halyard, topping lift, outhaul and 2 reefs lead aft.

·         Jib halyard at mast.

·         Burgee and signal halyards.

·         Spinnaker masthead halyard.

·         All halyards, including topping lift, extended to reach waterline.

·         Mainsheet led aft port & starboard.

·         Removable storm jib stay fitted with lever for quick release; includes storm jib and sheets.

·         Double headed masthead rig option with overlapping.

·         Self tacking foresail track with sheet led to winches each side of helm.

·         Turning blocks to take reefing lines.

·         Mainsheet track with control lines.

·         Rope clutches to port and starboard, for running rigging.

·         Genoa deck pack

·         Gybe preventer strop rigged on boom with eye splice for quick attachment to preventer line via block on bow back to aft cleat.

·         Selden carbon fibre spinnaker pole.

·         Spinnaker pole package includes vertical pole stowage system, heel lift and jammers on mast, running riggig (2 x guys, downhaul, 2 x sheets), deck equipment (sheet and guy blocks fitted on bulwark, downhaul deck attachment, blocks and spinlock clutch.

·         Halyard and masthead blocks, for gennaker and spinnaker.

·         Genoa cars with control lines.

·         Stainless steel removable bowsprit for gennaker.



·         Lewmar 45ST winch on mast.

·         2 x Lewmar 46ST coachroof halyard winches.

·         Two winch handle pockets.

·         Two Lewmar 48ST winches at helm for mainsheet and jib.

·         Two Lewmar winches at companionway.

·         Lewmar 54AEST powered genoa sheet winches.

·         Lewmar 46AEST powered halyard winch.

·         Lewmar 48Aest powered mainsheet and jib winch.



·         Mainsail: 58.1 sq m / 625 sq ft.

·         Self-Tacking Jib: 45.6 sq m / 490 sq ft.

·         Furling Genoa: 72.5 sq m / 780 sq ft.

·         All by North Sails

·         Spectra Dyneema SRP75 mainsail; fully battened; sail number on both sides.

·         Spectra Dyneema SRP75 jib.

·         Norlam XP genoa.

·         White UV strip on sails.



·         Air Draft: 71’9” / 21.87m

·         Self draining aft cockpit.

·         Laid teak to cockpit seats.

·         Laid teak to cockpit sole.

·         Teak cockpit table with folding leaves & stowage.

·         Good access aft for boarding through transom.

·         Telescopic stern boarding ladder.

·         Large cockpit locker to port and starboard.

·         Perspex main hatch with washboard

·         Instrument panel above hatchway.

·         Hydraulic retracting bathing platform with access to stern stowage.

·         Foredeck sail locker with flush hatch.

·         One pair of custom sail locker stainless steel rails with stainless steel disc dividers. Canvas bag to be attached with batten at base of locker so that these may be tied up to rails for stowage of equipment.

·         Stainless steel pulpit incorporating navigation light bracket.

·         Stainless steel stanchions and guardwires with gates port and starboard; custom midship stanchion gateway to fold down as boarding steps on port and starboard side.

·         Stainless steel pushpit incorporating stern gate, navigation light bracket and ensign socket.

·         Double teak seats to port and starboard pushpit.

·         Fuel and water deck fillers.

·         Stainless steel grab handles on either side of coachroof.

·         Gas bottle stowage in deck locker to port and starboard.

·         Ensign & Staff.

·         Gas Bottle.

·         2 x Stainless steel handrails, same style as coachroof, fitted on side coamings.

·         2 x Stainless steel handrails either side of companionway.


Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

·         Cleats forward and aft – raised; fairleads.

·         Spring cleats amidships.

·         Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin bow roller.

·         Kedge warp rollers on aft deck bulwark capping, with a fair lead of kedge anchor warp up to starboard side sheet winch.

·         Lewmar V3 vertical windlass with deck switches; capstan drum.

·         20kg Delta anchor.

·         40m x 10mm calibrated chain.

·         Fortress kedge anchor and anchor warp, 50m length.

·         4 Fenders; 4 x dark blue fender socks – one pair of custom stainless steel fender storage rails in the aft lazarette locker.

·         4 Warps.

·         Boat hook.


Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

·         Sunbrella Natural 5020 mainsail cover.

·         Recessed trough for sprayhood.

·         20 metres of chain.

·         30 metres of warp.

·         Stainless steel helm seat backrests with padded cushion backrest.

·         Cockpit seat base cushions using drainable foam.

·         Bow protection canvas cover to extend full height of topside and approx 1 metre aft from stem to provide protection from anchor and chain when being deployed and retrieved.

·         Elasticated cover for liferaft.

·         Covers for wheels and cockpit table.

·         Bimini/cockpit tent. Side, front and back panels to unzip and roll away to form bimini.


Tender & Outboard:

·         Outboard stowage bracket fitted within lazarette locker.

·         12v dinghy inflator pump mounted within lazarette shelf.


Safety Equipment:

·         Four safety harness eyes.

·         Blue water cruising safety package includes: Ocean 6C ISO9650 liferaft type 1 & universal mounting cradle with webbing strop and hydrostatic release mechanism, 6 x person ISO 24hr grab bag, white horseshoe set Sirius & reflective tape, KIM lifebuoy drogue & pocket, jonbuoy recovery module in white case, KIM throwing recovery strop, Kannad Safelink Cat 2 GPS Epirb, Icom M5050 DSC/VHF waterproof handheld, emergency VHF antenna, hand bearing compass, blue certified 25mm webbing jackstays, softwood plug set, V tronix deck watch loud speaker, waterproof hand signal light, hacksaw & spare blades, first aid at sea manual, offshore standard first aid kit, fog horn & canister set, bucket (3 gallons) and a water container (10 litres).


Fire-fighting equipment:

·         Four fire extinguishers.

·         One fire blanket.

·         LPG gas & carbon monoxide detection, includes solenoid control switch fitted for galley. Sensors located in low level lying area for galley and generator.