Cheoy Lee 35 Masthead Sloop

Posted 30 June 2019 | Sailboats   

Built by Lloyds standards theses are classic blue water yachts. This example needs some TLC. 

SOLD

General:

  • Cheoy Lee Masthead Fiberglass Sloop 1979
  • Built by Cheoy Lee shipbuilders
  • Designed by Robert Perry
  • Wheel Steering
  • LOA 35’
  • LWL 28’
  • Beam of 11.2
  • Draft of 5’ 3
  • Iron Ballast of 5200#
  • Fin keel
  • Spade rudder
  • Last haul 10/2018
  • Teak decks
  • Wood spars
  • 2018 Survey available

Engine:

  • Volvo Penta NV11C (Inop)
  • 40 Gallon fuel tank

Sail Inventory and Ground Tackle:

  • Main in fair condition
  • Jib in fair condition
  • Danforth 25# Anchor with chain and rode

Electronics and Navigation:

  • Compass on Binnacle
  • Hand held Standard Horizon VHF
  • Interior lights
  • Shore power cable
  • Two Batteries
  • Marino Charge Pro 10 amp Battery Charger
  • Voltage Meter

Interior:

  • Teak Salon Table folds out to seat 6
  • Starboard and port salon berths
  • Galley at stern port side
  • A/C RefrigeratorAlcohol OVen and stove (inop)
  • Sink with pressure water
  • Water heater (inop)
  • 100 Gallons of fresh water
  • Enclosed head with Sink and shower (inop)
  • Holding tank
  • Hanging locker
  • Large V-berth
  • Storage on port and starboard

Deck and Additional:

  • Anchor locker
  • Tools
  • West Marine Inflatable
  • Mercury Outboard Engine
  • 11’ Paddle Board
  • Gas Generator
  • Horseshoe
  • Life Ring
  • BBQ on stern pulpit
  • Engine mount on stern
  • All safety equipment

Down below, the cabin is arranged with V-berth forward, followed by the head, with wash basin and shower to port and hanging locker to starboard. The main salon has straight settees to port and starboard and a large leafed folding table that stows against the mast bulkhead. The L-shaped galley is located in the cabin’s port aft corner and includes a three burner alcohol stove with oven, stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water and top loading reefer. On the starboard side, opposite the galley, is the navigation station, followed by a quarter berth which extends under the cockpit. The engine is located under the companionway and is accessed by removing the companionway ladder.

 

Vessel availability is subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice. This company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of the information nor warrant the condition of this vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated.

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