Cheoy Lee 15m Yawl in Damaged Condition
- Asking price: $0
- Listed: Sat 28 Apr, 10:45 pm
- Listing #: 470885526
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This splendid classic yacht Ichiban is constructed with strip planks of Philippine mahogany over steam-bent ribs and bulkheads and an interior teak finish. Built in 1961 in Hong Kong by Cheoy Lee to a Bill Lapworth design she was raced in the Transpac Series (first in class and 2nd overall in 1961) and in Bermuda, and then brought to New Zealand by a Canadian boatbuilder who owned her until 2004. She had an extensive restoration from 2008 to 2011.
Sadly she was damaged in January by collision with something floating off East Cape. This has crushed timber at the stem, sprung planks in the hull, cracked frames and moved joinery. She is being sold on behalf of her insurers to the highest offer.
The yacht is for sale is as is where is. Buyers are invited to offer their best price. We do not have any fixed expectation and seek the highest that interest provides. Inquiries and offers to Mike Austin of Cunningham Lindsey Marine. Mob; 021 746 144, Tel; 09 524 3746, Fax 09 520 0001, P O Box 335, Auckland, Email to email@example.com
or click inquiry to seller on TradeMe. Offers to be confirmed in writing. Highest or any offer is not necessarily accepted. Offers close on Monday 14th May.
Napier Sailing Club hardstand enclosure.
If the compound is locked please contact the Manager on 06 835 3811.
Length 50 ft
Beam 12.5 ft
Draft 7 ft
Engine 70 hp 4 cylinder Isuzu Marine C240 (2004)
Gearbox ABW 250 R with shaft drive to fixed 3-blade propeller
Fuel 400 litres in 2 stainless steel tanks
Water 800 litres in 2 stainless steel tanks and 2 copper tanks
She has 6 foot 4 inch headroom
1 double and 7 single berths
Galley with 3-burner LPG stove and oven
Fridge and freezer
A potbelly stove