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  5. Cheoy Lee 61 Long Range Motor Yacht

    Subic Bay, Philippines

    Excellent example of a Cheoy Lee 61 (1983) - a true long range motor yacht built under Lloyd’s supervision. Powered by twin GM 8V71’S depowered @ 250 Hp engines giving her a great life expectancy and economical fuel consumption of only 40 liters per hour cruising 9 knots (top speed 14 knots). Fully air-condition interior; generators 17 Kva & 7.5Kva. Niad hydraulic automatic stabilizer systems; bow & stern thrusters. Full solar power inverter system coupled to the generators; interior of light timber & modern colors. Generous refrigeration and freezer space. Electronic package typical of much larger vessel: twin plotters and most systems duplicated; television communications dome (Philippine and international); sound system. Comfortably recently sailed Brisbane to Subic Bay (Delivery again to foreign ports is available) The Cheoy Lee 61 long rage motor cruiser was designed by Charles Wittholz and manufactured by Cheoy Lee yachts in Hong Kong 1983, the Cheoy Lee company has been in business reportedly for over 100 years, since 1962 Cheoy Lee yachts have been a fully approved Lloyds shipyard where current production numbers are over 5000 builds, the 61 long range motor yacht is reportedly a solid GRP lay up under the water line and foam cored above, she has standard teak decks mechanically fastened over GRP decks, her reported cruising range of approximately 3000 nm,the wheel house has a day berth,with four separate cabins and three comfort rooms, Dracomaris is fitted with Niad stabilizers for underway and Australian designed Ocean Torque “flippers” while at rest. The hull design is of the full displacement type. Making for easier berthing Dracomaris has Side Power bow and Stern thrusters fitted. The vessel has now been fitted with a self-supporting Solar Panel /Inverter system making her a truly self-sufficient vessel minimizing her running costs. (June 2018) ,

    Seller Steven Warren

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