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|Location||Deltaville, Virginia, United States|
|Tax Status||Tax Not Applicable|
|Fuel Tanks||40 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||80 gal|
Stock #146524 -
If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1969 Cheoy Lee Luders 36, priced right at $24,900 (offers encouraged).
This vessel is located in Deltaville, Virginia and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Perkins engine.
This listing has now been on the market 30 days. If you are thinking of making an offer, go ahead and submit it today! Let's make a deal!
Reason for selling is took an overseas job in germany. time to get her sold!
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Per the owner - He reports the overall condition to be a solid 8 out of 10. He states - "The boat is very solid with no blistering. It is a responsive, sea-kindly design. Since it has been in storage for a while, it does need some TLC. Also, the engine needs attention. There is a dodger with good visibility windows and a bimini top-- Both on stainless frames. Q&A - I asked the seller -- "Does anything need to be updated?" Owner replies - "She has been in storage for a few years. exterior paint and varnish need to be redone, bottom stripped and repainted. The Perkins 4-107 diesel was not running at full rpm and will need to be serviced." Report from seller on the rigging - "I never replaced, but the rigging is definitely not from 1969. Good-sized stainless standing rigging with no "meat-hooks", kinks, or breaks. Chainplates seem solid."
- Ballast (5250 Lbs)
- Bilge Pump
- Water Tanks
- Battery Switch
- Docking / NAV Lights
- Fuel Gauge
- Shore Power
- Shore Power Cord
- Water Heater
- Cabin Door
- Forward Stateroom
- Forward Cabin (Sleeps 2)
- ---Accommodation Plan--- -A traditional layout with a forward cabin that accommodates two adults on the v-berth. Chain locker forward and under forward v-berth.
- -The main salon area can accommodate two adults after converting the dinette to a double berth. Water tank under salon sole.
- -The starboard side can sleep two singles. -The head and shower are to port, between the forward cabin and the salon.
- Bottom Paint (Needs A Bottom Job)
- Per the owner - 'The exterior paint and varnish need to be redone, bottom stripped and repainted."
- Chain Locker
- Hand Rails
- Dock Lines
- Main Sail (W/ 2 Reefs)
- Reefing Mainsail
- Roller Furling Jib
- Aluminum Spars (Rigged W/ Sta-lok Terminals)
- Winches (4)
- Sloop Rig
- Spinnaker Pole
- Seller notes: "Good-sized stainless standing rigging with no "meat-hooks", kinks, or breaks. Chainplates seem solid."