Cheoy Lee brings to mind the words quality, comfort and space, and is an ideal Yacht for long-range cruising, living or just pleasure. Comfortable cruising and a lot of enjoyment are sure to follow with this yacht. The boat is in good condition, ready for a new owner to take her anywhere in the world. Full specs. and survey (2007) available.
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Cruising Speed: 7. Max Speed: 8. Fuel consumption is approx. 1 gall/hour. Hurth gear box. Gorri folding propeller, 2 x manual bilge pumps. Pushpit, pulpit, 2 x CQR anchors with chain, emergency tiller. Cobalt 3/4 Bermudan, aluminium mast, Cobalt aerofoiled standing rigging, running rigging inc. new Dyneema spinnaker guys. Rope and hydraulic backstay adjustment, 9 x Lewmar winches. Built in 1982 by W A Souter & Sons in Cowes. Oxford Blue coloured aluminium hull. Traditional fin keel with lead ballast, trim tab on aft end of keel & rudder with half skeg. White aluminium superstructure. Lewmar deck hatches. Large open cockpit. Built for Peter De Savery in 1982 as the British contender for the America's Cup in 1983 and designed by Ed Dubois. A newer Ian Howlett design with wings, 'Victory 83', was eventually used in the 1983 America's Cup although it was considered that K21 'Victory of Burnham' was the faster boat. 'Victory of Burnham' last raced in the Jubilee Regatta in 2001in the 'Modern Division' and came 3rd in class1. Please quote reference number CCB26046 when contacting us about this boat.