Northshore 370

AU $99,000

Reference
SS153
Name
Serenity Now2002
Location
Mosman
Year
2002
Designer
Scott Jutson
Builder
Northshore Yachts
Length
37′ (11.27m)
Beam
12'3" (3.72m)
Draft
7'0" (2.13m)

Description


The Northshore 370 is a perfect combination of cruising comfort and racing performance. Designed by Scott Jutson and built in Australia by Northshore Yachts, the 370 incorporates a large, spacious cockpit with wheel steering and aft running halyards, stainless keel with bulb and deep spade rudder for fingertip control at all points of sail. Below deck is a comfortably appointed saloon with generous headroom, fully equipped galley and 3 double cabins. Perfect for those seeking a versatile yacht for weekends away with family and friends or mixing it up at the club twilight or regatta.

A two owner yacht, Serenity Now was built to survey and has been continuously maintained to a high level. Recent upgrades include antifoul (Dec 2017) engine service (Dec 2017), new start and house batteries (2016), new Simrad autopilot (2015), new Fusion MSAV50 marine CD stereo (2015) and Quantum main and headsail (2011).

Complete with 240V shore power, charge manager and battery monitor, B&G log, depth and wind angle instruments, electric windlass with bow and cockpit controls, boom bag with lazy lacks and large cockpit bimini, transom mounted Galleymate 2br BBQ and 2.5m inflatable dinghy, Serenity Now is ready to fulfil your sailing desires at a very reasonable price. Please contact our Sydney office on 9969 2144 or email sales@yachtsalesaustralia. Com for further information or to arrange an inspection.

Overview


Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP - hand laid using vinylester resins
Deck Material
Fibreglass
Keel/Ballast
Stainless fin with lead bulb and deep spade rudder
Displacement
4,950 kg
Mast/Rigging
Fractional 2 spreader rig with stainless standing rigging. Aluminium mast, boom and spinnaker pole on mast track. Solid vang, adjustable jib cars, adjustable backstay. Aft running halyards with rope jammers

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