s/y TROLDAND - From the Baltic to the Med

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Our present sailboat is the 5th we have owned. She's a Southerly 110 build in 2005 by Northshore of Itchenor near Chichester Harbor in Southern UK.

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In The Sound

Principal dimensions   
(0386457 HIN 110/42)

LOA: 10,82 m
LWL: 9,22 m
Beam: 3,57 m
Draft (keel up) 0,72 m
Draft (keel down): 2,18 m
Displacement: 6811 kg
Ballast: 2205 kg / Keel: 1050 kg
Total ballast: 3255 kg (47%)
Mainsail: 27sqm, Genua: 29,4 sqm
Genakker: 80 sqm

Our longtime friend Jackie Wullschlager giving Troldand her name at the Northshore pontoon, Chichester Habour

Swing keel boats like the Southerly are - due to the non-tidal Baltic waters - litteratly unknown in Denmark. However, even here it gives us unique possibilities while cruising many vast, shallow areas and visiting small local ports.

Due to the swing keel the general lay-out of the boat is unique because of the large keel box in the middle of the ship. At the Southerly 110 this problem is solved elegantly by having the box built into the large galley and the boat is very spacious considering her 'only' 35 feet.


Layout. Notice the direct access to the heads from the aft. cabin and salon. Fore cabin has a single bunk that can be converted into a double From port side aft. with nav-table in upper left corner and front of the galley to the right. Notice the keel box in the middle

The large galley is to port with two wash basins, H&C pressurized water, manual freshwater pump, refrigerator, and gas stove with grill, The door to the left leads to the aft cabin

View from navigators seat towards  port. Note the top of the keel box in the middle of the picture and the panel with navtex and barograph

View from main bulkhead amidships towards port. Note front of the galley and the keel box behind the support for the mast Owners cabin with a really large double berth (and Rosemaries special linnen embroidered with Tufted Duck's)

See complete list of equipment

  Last edited October 2017



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