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Atlantic Yacht & Ship CHEOY LEE Yachts For Sale

First Home

92 ft. 1988 Cheoy Lee - First Home

$1,199,000 USD
Year: 1988
Length: 92' 0"
Class: Motor Yacht
Location: Fort Lauderdale, United States
Beleza

63 ft. 1983 Cheoy Lee - Beleza

$775,000 USD
Year: 1983
Length: 63' 0"
Class: Motorsailor
Location: Sturgeon Bay, United States

CHEOY LEE Yachts For Sale

Builder / Model Year Name Length Price Location
Cheoy Lee 103
1992
OHANA
103'
$900,000 USD
Key West, United States
Cheoy Lee 98
2008
BENDIS
98'
3 200 000 € EUR
Valencia, Spain
Cheoy Lee 96 Motoryacht
1991
Sapphire
96'
$849,000 USD
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Cheoy Lee 95 Bravo Series
2006
QUEEN OF DIAMONDS
95'
$2,890,000 USD
Palm Beach , United States
Cheoy Lee 93 84 Bravo
2006
Scott Free
93'
$2,189,000 USD
Fort Lauderdale, United States
Cheoy Lee 88
2007
OCULUS
88'
$2,099,000 USD
Bahamas
Cheoy Lee 84 Bravo
2012
Jus Chill'n
84'
$3,095,000 USD
Fort Lauderdale, United States
Cheoy Lee 81 BRAVO
2001
MOONSHINE
81'
$1,095,000 USD
Charleston, United States
Cheoy Lee 80 Bravo
2008
Bella Sophia
80'
$2,299,000 USD
Lighthouse Point, United States
Cheoy Lee 78
1999
Equinox II
78'
$1,150,000 USD
Ft. Lauderdale, United States
Cheoy Lee 76 Flybridge Express
2013
Gramercy 28
76'
$2,295,000 USD
Bal Harbor FL , United States
Cheoy Lee 76 Alfa Express Coupe
2012
Paesana
76'
$1,750,000 USD
Washington (DC), United States
Cheoy Lee 73
1983
Quintessence
73'
$349,000 USD
Palmetto, United States
Cheoy Lee 52 52 Midnight Lace
1981
Luna Noir
52'
$139,000 USD
Susan, United States
Cheoy Lee 40 LRC
1979
Capt'n Squid
40'
$64,000 USD
Fort Lauderdale, United States
Cheoy Lee 35 Luders 36
1975
Odalisque
35'
$23,000 USD
Marblehead, United States
Cheoy Lee 35 35 Sloop
1981
J & J FISH
35'
$49,900 USD
Port Charlotte, United States
Cheoy Lee 32 32 Offshore
1978
32 1978 Cheoy Lee 32 Offshore
32'
$34,900 USD
Punta Gorda, United States

CHEOY LEE Yachts History

The Cheoy Lee Company is the epitome of longevity, having been a major shipbuilder for well over Cheoy Lee Shipyards Historya century as it grew from humble beginnings into the largest yacht builder in Asia. Cheoy Lee’s founding family still owns and runs the company, a rarity in today’s shifting economy. Cheoy Lee Shipyards got its start at Po Tung Point in Shanghai, as a building and repair yard for wooden steam-powered craft. The company shifted its headquarters to Hong Kong in 1936, where it remains today, along with a new state-of-the-art production facility on the Pearl River at Doumen. Cheoy Lee has maintained an unprecedentedly high production rate, having built over 5000 vessels in the last 60 years alone, and as they approach their century and a half mark, they are showing no signs of slowing down. Cheoy Lee Shipyards initially specialized in the production of powered cargo vessels designed to outrun the Japanese blockade, diversifying into the production of teak sailing and motoryachts by the 1950s. Many of the Cheoy Lee teak sailboats built during this period are still on the water today, a clear demonstration of the exceptionally high quality of Cheoy Lee construction. Cheoy Lee’s production turned primarily to pleasure craft over the next decade; by the mid 1960’s, pleasure craft had become 90% of the shipbuilder’s business. In the Meantime, their commercial business began to steadily grow again. The shipyard began experimenting with fiberglass as far back as the 1950’s, becoming one of the first shipyards to use fiberglass construction in their vessels. As new technologies such as resin infusion proved suitable for yacht construction and composite materials continued to evolve, Cheoy Lee continued its pattern of innovation, becoming one of the pioneers of GRP/foam sandwich technology in the marine field. Today, Cheoy Lee builds primarily in the three common boatbuilding materials of fiberglass, aluminum, and steel, combining them in various combinations, such as the popular pairing of a steel hull with a GRP superstructure to reduce top weight and maintenance requirements of the superstructure, while maintaining the ruggedness of a steel hull. During 140 years of family ownership, Cheoy Lee has made everything from ferries to tugboats to large motoryachts. Cheoy Lee’s long sighted strategies and abilities will allow the shipyard to stay in the forefront of the industry for many years to come. The continuity of four generations of family ownership ensures that Cheoy Lee’s wealth of experience, garnered over its long history, is retained and built upon through future generations. Are you looking for a yacht of your own? Atlantic Yacht and Ship has a large selection of new and preowned yachts for sale from which to choose, including “Savannah Ann”, a beautiful 78′ Marlow Explorer for sale in South Florida. Sitting majestically broadside to Las Olas Boulevard “Savannah Ann” is one of the most photographed vessels in South Florida. This 2005 78′ Marlow Explorer’s Portuguese forward deck and lapstrake hull set her apart from the crowd. The covered aft deck provides an excellent area for entertaining and for taking in all the sights. Teak decks, varnished cap rails, handrails, and massive stainless steel hardware give a rich feel to all that board her. Savannah Ann is a beauty you must see. Located in Ft. Lauderdale her recently reduced asking price is $2,100,000. Bring your offer to Gregg Silver at 305-304-4574 or email him at:  boatingsilver@earthlink.net. Atlantic Yacht and Ship has been an integral leader in the yacht and ship brokerage industry since 1959. Whether you are seeking yachts for sale, or are a boat or yacht owner looking to sell or trade, we have the experience and connections to help you realize your goals. Browse our extensive listings of new and pre owned yachts, or call us directly at 1-888-230-0439 and we will help you find the vessel of your dreams.