1997 Southerly 135

US$ 171,808*
Topsham, Devon, United Kingdom
Interested in this boat? Tel: +44 (0)1803 212818
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Engine/Fuel Type:
Single / diesel
Located In:
Topsham, Devon, United Kingdom
Hull Material:
Last Listed Price:
£ 129,500 (US$ 171,808) 


Broker Comments

The Southerly 135 is the largest of the swing-keel Southerlys to have been built by Northshore. Wychcraft is a Series 2, designed by Rob Humphreys as the ultimate long distance cruising yacht providing shoal draft for shallow waters and deep keel capability for stiffness and windward work.
The swing keel Southerly 135 brings together the best in design and construction to provide a unique blend of performance, comfort and versatility.

Wychcraft has layout option B, which has the master cabin aft, spacious galley to port and nav station to starboard, both with splendid vision through deck house windows and saloon and dining area is at lower level, extending full width of yacht, thus providing maximum room.

Fitted with the Yanmar 4 cylinder 46hp engine, reliable Whitlock steering gear, all Selden spars with new standing rigging 2015, this is a true live-aboard yacht for ocean cruising and now ready to go. Recent topsides polish, graphics replacement and careful use during her life, Wychcraft has the benefit of still being with the original owner.

Vendor is selling this Southerly 135 for health reasons and is now seeking a realistic offer from a worthy new owner - call Mike for more detail.


Please contact Mike Lucas at +44 (0)1803 212818

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