2010 Southerly 38

EUR  247,170
Chichester, West Sussex, Großbritannien
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Nicely optioned, lightly used

einmotorig / diesel
Chichester, West Sussex, Großbritannien
GFK (Fiberglas)
aktueller Preis:
£ 220,000 Versteuert (EUR  247,170) 



With just two owners since she was launched in May 2010, SAVING GRACE has been lovingly maintained through her short life and based close to the Northshore factory in Chichester. Her annual maintenance has always been carried out by locally-based specialists experienced with Southerly yachts and she is wintered ashore for at least 2 months of each year.


Purchased by the present owners in 2012 as a replacement to their previous Southerly which they had owned from new, she was offered for sale as her original owner was upgrading to a new larger Southerly yacht. Used sparingly by the new owners for 4-5 weeks of each year for cruising around the S.Coast UK, English Channel and Northern France, SAVING GRACE has never been put away wet and this shows in her excellent presentation both above and below decks.


Boasting all the best features and options available for the Southerly 38, her highlighted include:-

  • Ivory topsides with GRP decks (chosen for low ongoing maintenance liabilities)
  • 2-cabin, 2-heads layout with full-width owner’s cabin aft
  • Cherry interior joinery
  • Full package of Oceanair Skyscreens and concertina blinds
  • Bowthruster
  • Stainless steel removable bowsprit
  • North Sails with furling G1 reacher and self-tacking jib
  • Fully-battened mainsail with roller battencars, single-line reefing system, stackpack and lazyjacks
  • Electric halyard winch
  • Full Raymarine instrumentation package including twin radar chart plotters and AIS transponder
  • Extensive canvas work including cockpit enclosure and sun awning
  • Tender and outboard
  • Extensive safety equipment inventory including liferaft
  • Eberspacher diesel heating system




We originally had a Southerly 32 built which we thoroughly enjoyed but wanted more space, so took the opportunity to buy Saving Grace in December 2012 when the original owner was ordering a new build Southerly 42.


We have thoroughly enjoyed owning and sailing her, on the south coast, Channel Islands and France. She is a very capable seaworthy boat which is very easy to sail, offering a high level of comfort and the added flexibility of having two en-suite heads. Very useful if we have family/friends sailing with us.


The versatility offered by the lifting keel have been a boon: being able to access anchorages and creeks that are not always available to fixed keel alternatives, and is particularly useful for getting in or out of marinas with restricted tidal access. We keep her in Chichester marina which is accessed via a channel with tide restrictions and a lock. The lifting keel means that we have a much larger time window compared to fixed keel boats. We have often attracted attention when such a large boat is seen negotiating the access channel in 1.5 metres of water - or even less!


It has been a hard decision to put SAVING GRACE on the market but advancing years (I am in my seventy fourth year) and increasing health issues -not to mention that we have a very long drive to get to the boat mean that we have been using her less and less. It will be wrench to see her go.




The Southerly 38 boasts an impressive sail plan; the tall fractional rig, combines a large mainsail and a self-Soutacking furling jib for powerful windward performance. For off wind sailing an optional gennaker can be flown from a removable bowsprit.


The spacious cockpit offers comfortable seating around both helm stations with room for full instrumentation. The mainsheet track is located on the pilot house coachroof with control lines fed back to both helmsman’s stations, allowing the yacht to be easily managed. The steering is direct with minimum backlash with semi-balanced twin rudders to give instantly responsive steering and precise directional stability. The forward part of the cockpit is wide with generous seating for socialising. A teak cockpit table with fold down leaves offers dinette facilities, whilst also providing a foot brace and hand rail, when the yacht is heeled.


The Southerly 38 features the highly developed Swing Keel which gives the freedom and versatility to sail in almost any waters. With the keel lowered, the variable draught of 8’6’’ (2.59m) makes for fast, serious blue water cruising. At the ‘touch of a button’ the keel can be raised to give a shallow draught of just 2’8’’ (0.82m) - perfect for sailing in shallow water.


Once you step inside, you enter a light and airy interior. There is well appointed accommodation with good headroom throughout. The lower saloon seating area provides a focal point for guests, permitting comfortable dining. The open galley is well equipped and enjoys good views. The chart table has good visibility and is in easy communication with the cockpit. The aft cabin is a particular feature on a yacht of this size, and boasts a large centreline double berth with seating to each side, plenty of stowage and ensuite facilities. The forward cabin has good headroom with twin v berths that can convert to a double berth with ensuite facilities.




RCD Status:

  • Our understanding is that the yacht is fully compliant with the European Union's Recreational Craft Directive (CE-marking) and is categorised A (unrestricted offshore).


Hull Construction:

  • Heavy duty GRP moulding, hand laid up to Southerly’s Nordseal laminating system incorporating multi-axial and unidirectional reinforcements.
  • The keel box is an integral part of the hull lay-up and balse core 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.
  • The engine bearers are also an integral part of the hull structure.
  • Ivory White gel coat
  • Crimson Red & Midnight Blue boot top
  • Midnight Blue style lines
  • Nordseal anti-osmosis system
  • Clear gel coat below the waterline


Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Hand laid up GRP deck and superstructure construction.
  • Balse core sandwich construction.
  • Plywood or aluminium pads are used to take loadings from winches and other deck fittings.
  • Heavily stressed areas are additionally reinforced with uni-directional 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
  • Teak capping rail to hull to deck joint upstand
  • Teak laid cockpit sole, seating and bathing platform steps
  • Moulded non-slip finish - two tone to ring deck
  • Access to chain locker from foredeck


Keel & Rudder:

  • 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 and incorporates a stainless steel pivot at the leading edge.
  • The keel is raised and lowered by a hydraulic ram connected to the trailing edge of the keel by a Spectra rope pennant.
  • The pump is 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 port wheel pedestal
  • Removable stainless steel pin, positioned to enable the keel to be locked in the ‘up' position
  • Semi-balanced twin rudders
  • GRP moulded rudder blades with stainless steel internal webs and stainless steel rudder stocks
  • Substantial skeg fitted on centreline to protect propeller and rudders when yacht is dried out




Engine & gearbox:

  • Yanmar 3JH3E 40hp 3 cylinder naturally aspirated marine diesel engine
  • Cockpit controls and complete alarm system
  • Freshwater cooling system via raw water intake and heat exchanger
  • Yanmar reduction gearbox
  • Single lever control system
  • Anti-syphon system
  • 12vDC extraction fan in engine space


Maintenance and Performance:

  • Approx engine hours: 725 hours as of July 2017
  • Date of last engine service: Engine professionally serviced annually by Yanmar agent ahead of winterising – last engine service Autumn 2016
  • Cruising speed: approx. 5.5 knots @ 1,800-2,000 rpm
  • Max speed approx. 7-7.5 knots


Propulsion & Steering:

  • 3-bladed folding propeller
  • Rope cutter
  • Stainless steel propeller shaft
  • Bronze stern tube with water lubricated stern gland
  • Lewmar 12vDC 4kw tunnel bowthruster with control at port helm pedestal
  • Whitlock Cobra steering system
  • Twin hide-covered 30” stainless steel helm wheels
  • Emergency steering gear




Voltage systems:

  • 12vDC domestic system with 220vAC via shorepower or inverter


Battery Banks:

  • 1x 12vDC 85Ah Power Max engine start battery
  • 3x 12vDC 130Ah Mastervolt AGM service batteries joined in parallel to supply 390Ah @ 12vDC
  • Battery parallel switch for engine and service battery banks
  • Mastervolt BTM-III battery monitoring system



  • Mastervolt automatic battery charger with inverter and Mastervolt inverter charger control at chart table



  • Yanmar 80Amp engine-mounted alternator


Other Electrical:

  • Marinco 32Amp 50Hz 230vAC shore power system
  • 220vAC ring main with sockets throughout
  • 12vDC sockets
  • Main AC/DC control panel with V, A & Hz meters




Fresh Water:

  • 12vDC freshwater pump system
  • Hot water supply via engine calorifier or 220vAC immersion heater element in Quick Nautic B3 25 litre well insulated stainless steel hot water tank powered by shorepower
  • Pressurised hot & cold water supplied to galley and heads
  • Pressurised hot & cold fresh water shower at bathing platform


Bilge Pumps:

  • 12vDC automatic bilge pump with manual override at DC panel
  • Jabsco manual bilge pump in cockpit


Grey & Black Water:

  • Heads discharge outboard or to holding tanks via diverter valves
  • All showers and sinks discharge directly outboard


Gas System:

  • Gas installation with drained and vented locker for 2x bottles and shut offs at locker and at galley





  • 1x non-metallic fuel with capacity of 246 litres
  • Tank levels monitored by gauge at DC panel


Fresh Water:

  • 1x non-metallic fresh water tank with capacity of 270 litres
  • Tank levels monitored by gauge at DC panel


Black Water:

  • 76 litre holding plastic tank for forward heads
  • 60 litre holding plastic tank for aft heads
  • Tank level gauges in each heads
  • Holding tank discharge overboard or via deck points




At Helms:

  • Raymarine ST6002 Smart Pilot autopilot control with Raymarine Smart Pilot X1D course computer
  • 2x Plastimo Horizon 135 steering compasses
  • Raymarine C90W colour GPS radar chart plotter display on Navpod at aft end of cockpit table with Raymarine closed array radar scanner side-mounted to mast


At companionway:

  • Raymarine ST60+ wind display with masthead transducer
  • Raymarine ST60+ depth display with through-hull transducer
  • Raymarine ST60+ speed/log display with through-hull transducer


At chart table:

  • Raymarine C120W colour GPS radar chart plotter display
  • Raymarine ST6002 Smart Pilot autopilot control
  • Comar CSB200 Class-B AIS transponder
  • McMurdo ICS Nav 6 Navtex display
  • Clock & barometer on main bulkhead


Communications Equipment:

  • Raymarine Ray 240e VHF with DSC and external speaker at chart table
  • Second Raymarine Ray 240e VHF with DSC and external speaker in cockpit
  • Icom IC-M31 handheld VHF





  • Plastimo Neptune 2000 stainless steel 2-burner gimballed gas stove with oven and grill
  • Frigoboat top-opening stainless steel 75 litre refrigerator with 12vDC compressor
  • Twin stainless steel deep bowl sink with pressurised hot & cold water supplies



  • Jabsco manual marine heads
  • Basins & showers with hot & cold water supplies
  • 12vDC pump out for showers


Heating & Ventilation:

  • Eberspacher diesel-fired hot air cabin heating system with outlets in all accommodation cabins and saloon, digital timer control and thermostat
  • Opening deckhead hatches with Ocean Air skyscreens (black out and mosquito)



  • Halogen lights inset to deckhead
  • Dedicated chart light at chart table
  • Reading lights in accommodation cabins



  • Avtex W193D 19” LCD 12vDC television with built-in DVD player mounted on cantilever bracket on  main bulkhead
  • Avtex W153D 15” LCD 12vDC television with built-in DVD player mounted on cantilever bracket in owner’s cabin
  • Glomex amplified TV aerial at masthead
  • Sony CD/MP3/Radio with 2x Sony speakers in saloon and 2x Sony waterproof speakers in cockpit




Summary of Accommodation:

  • Up to six berths in two double cabins (master cabin aft & guest cabin forward) with additional settee berths in saloon. Ensuite heads for both accommodation cabins with additional access to main saloon areas.


Accommodation Finish:

  • Interior joinery in Cherry
  • Soleboards in teak striped non-slip laminate
  • High quality blue cloth upholstery throughout
  • Cream vinyl headlinings throughout and on exposed hull sides where there is no wood battening
  • ‘Snow Pearl’ Corian countertops in galley and in heads  


Description of Accommodation from Forward:


Forward Guest Cabin:

  • ‘V' berth, two long single berths with infill to convert to a double
  • Large hanging locker
  • Two full length shelves
  • Two fixed portlights
  • Opening hatch with Oceanair Skycreen
  • Overhead lights
  • Two reading lights
  • Curtains
  • Ensuite access to forward heads


Forward Heads:

  • Marine w.c. with shower seat
  • Washbasin with Corian type surround
  • Hot and cold pressurised water
  • Grating to shower tray
  • Electric shower pump
  • Opening hatch
  • Fixed portlight
  • Lockers
  • Mirror
  • Glass holder
  • 12vDC ventilation fan


Main Saloon:

  • Full length ‘L shaped’ single settee to port and full length single settee to starboard
  • Lee-cloths to port and starboard
  • Folding leaf table
  • Four lockers forward to starboard opposite heads
  • Shelves outboard
  • Stowage under seating
  • Two opening hatches with Oceanair Skyscreens
  • Overhead lights
  • Oceanair concertina blinds to pilot house windows



  • Twin stainless steel sinks
  • Corian type worktop, Snow Pearl
  • Pressurised hot and cold water
  • Stainless steel grab rail
  • Top loading refrigerated ice box (75 litres)
  • Fully gimballed gas cooker with two 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


Chart Table:

  • Chart table to starboard with excellent visibility
  • Leatherette-upholstered chart seat
  • Instrument console forward of chart table
  • Chart stowage under hinged lid
  • Locker spaces
  • Opening hatch
  • Overhead light
  • Chart light
  • Main switch panel


Day Heads:

  • Marine w.c. with shower seat
  • Washbasin with Corian type surround
  • Hot and cold pressurised water
  • Grating to shower tray
  • Electric shower pump
  • Opening hatch
  • Fixed portlight
  • Lockers
  • Mirror
  • Glass holder
  • 12vDC ventilation fan
  • Ensuite access to owner’s cabin and also day heads access to saloon area


Twin Guest Cabins:

  • Large centreline double berth
  • Upholstered seats to port and starboard
  • Two corner lockers
  • Large hanging locker
  • Shelves
  • Three opening portlights
  • Two fixed portlights
  • Overhead light
  • Two reading lights
  • Oceanair concertina blinds




  • Selden fractional rig
  • Double swept back spreaders
  • Selden anodised aluminium spars, finished in silver
  • Internal halyards led aft to cockpit with Spinlock jammers
  • 1x19 stainless steel wire standing rigging with swage toggle-fork chrome bronze rigging screws
  • Split backstay with manual tensioner
  • Self tacking foresail with Lewmar track
  • Furlex 300S headsail reefing system
  • Single line reefing led aft to cockpit for mainsail for reefs 1 & 2 with twin line reefing for reef 3
  • Fully-battened mainsail system with stackpack, lazyjacks and roller-bearing battencar sliders
  • Selden rod vang
  • Lewmar adjustable mainsheet track on coachroof with german mainsheet system led aft to two dedicated winches in cockpit
  • Stainless steel asymmetric pole at bow for reacher with soft-furler



  • 1x Lewmar 46ST 2-speed self-tailing electric main halyard winch companionway
  • 1x Lewmar 46ST 2-speed self-tailing manual halyard winch at companionway
  • 2x Lewmar 46ST 2-speed self-tailing manual mainsheet winches in cockpit
  • 1x Lewmar 30ST 2-speed self-tailing manual halyard winch on mast



  • North Sails NorDac 4800 fully-battened mainsail
  • North Sails NorDac 4800 furling self-tacking jib with UV protection strip
  • North Sails Norlon 150 G1 reacher with furler



  • Stainless steel guardrail stanchions with twin stainless steel wire guardwires
  • Side boarding gates with detachable side-boarding ladder
  • Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
  • Stainless steel grabrails on main superstructure coachroof
  • Stainless steel telescopic ladder at bathing platform
  • Folding teak cockpit table with centre stowage
  • Winch handle pockets in cockpit
  • Side boarding ladder


Anchoring & Mooring:

  • Stainless steel stemhead fitting incorporating twin anchor rollers (port roller area currently used for bowsprit)
  • 16kgs Delta anchor with 50m of 10mm galvanised chain and 30m of warp
  • Quick 1,500w 12vDC reversing anchor windlass with digital remote control and control at helm
  • Full complement of warps & fenders
  • Stainless steel fore and aft mooring cleats plus mid spring cleats
  • Outboard bracket on pushpit


Covers & Canvas:

  • All exterior canvas work in blue acrylic canvas
  • Sprayhood with hide-covered stainless steel grabrail
  • Cockpit tent connecting to sprayhood
  • Helm pedestal covers
  • Stackpack mainsail cover
  • Outboard engine cover
  • Winter covers
  • Blue canvas cockpit cushions




General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, 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 owners specific needs.


Navigation Lights:

  • Navigation lights with tri-colour head, steaming lights, deck light and running lights



  • Firdell Blipper passive radar reflector
  • Zodiac Racing MP 6-man canister liferaft with cradle on pushpit – last serviced May 2016 – service now due
  • Horseshoe buoys
  • Inflatable danbuoy
  • 2x deck lifelines
  • Safety tie points in cockpit
  • First aid kit


Fire control:

  • Manual fire extinguishers
  • Fire blanket



Lying – Chichester - UK


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Saturday by prior appointment


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