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    Cheoy Lee - 41
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    Cheoy Lee - 41 for sale

    CruisersUnited Kingdom197912.5 m/41 ft

    Sharifa is a classically designed Cheoy Lee Offshore 41 Custom Ketch, built in Hong Kong in 1979 based upon tried and tested ocean going lines. The “Custom” designation means that owners could add many extras to the basic specification, so the interior enjoys a very lavish use of solid teak and teak veneer throughout the accommodation as well as other detailed refinements. Sharifa was launched in Hong Kong by the first owner who then shipped her to the UK.

    Call our Falmouth office for an appointment to view this yacht.
    General Description
    The accommodation comprises three compartments as follows. At the foot of the companionway to starboard, there is the door to the owners double stateroom with a two hanging wardrobes, one of which is also heated as a drying locker. There are three drawers, two foot lockers and very extensive under bunk stowage in addition to cave lockers over the lower end of the bunk. There is also a private door giving direct access to the shower and heads.

    To port of the companionway, there are two pilot berths with 3 drawers and a locker. These two berths would suit younger crew members as the upper bunk has a lee cloth
    Also to port just forward of the pilot berths is the comprehensive navigation station, with chart table and ample chart stowage under, all the instruments are readily accessible as is the DSC VHF radio, this is connected to the GPS for automatic position transmission in the event of an emergency. Over the chart table is the 240v AC and 12v DC panels with circuit breakers and switches. The boat is equipped with two mains cables for charging joined by “blue” waterproof three pin plugs.

    Forward of the Navigation station is the galley area and opposite is the heads and shower room. The galley is conveniently designed such that the working area does not obstruct passage for and aft. It is in a “U” shape with full formica work surface and a four burner gas hob, with grill and oven below. The fridge occupies the whole of the after side of the galley, with a large door and a top load hatch to the freezer plate compartment. A stainless steel sink with teak cover/chopping block is on the forward side with hot and cold pressurised water taps, plus a manual hand pump.

    Behind the hob are a useful group of lockers for crockery, mugs, glasses and dry food. In the corner is a deep locker with the three removable shelves for long term food storage with a 50+ can capacity. The shower & heads to starboard, has its own sliding teak door and the deck area forms the shower tray and has a teak grating. The flexible hosed shower head is mounted on the deck head and the whole surrounded by a curtain.The heads is outboard with a good sized locker behind while the sink unit is mounted on the forward bulkhead with a mirror over. Small personal lockers are adjacent for personal crew wash items.

    The galley heads area opens out into the main saloon with a circular table mounted amidships, around which is a horseshoe shaped seating. This area is the full width of Sharifa and make a very comfortable area in which to relax, dine or entertain. The centre of the table opens to provide glass stowage.The table will lower to create a very large double berth with its own set of matching central cushions. Behind and above the the saloon seats are double book shelves with fiddles to keep every thing in place at sea. There are draws under the after end of the seats on either side and a deep locker on the starboard side adjacent to a further the large wardrobe. There is also another bookshelf made to take the RCC & Imray sized hard cover Pilot Books a number of which will remain as will English and French Almanacs. Under seat lockers provide yet more stowage and to port and starboard in the forward corners are a further two lockers.

    A door leads to the fore cabin with a single berth to starboard although a long wide storage shelf on the port side could convert to a second berth. There is a hanging wardrobe, cabinet and drawer. Under berth locker to starboard. The chain locker is located in the bows with a lower self feeding
    locker beneath the forward end of the berth.

    The cockpit has deep lockers to port and starboard and a further large locker aft. There is more than enough space to stow all the mooring ropes, fenders, spare anchors and gear needed long term cruising. On the after deck is the self draining gas locker with capacity for two Camping Gas bottles, the reason for selecting this make of bottle was their ready availability on the continent. A further spare bottle is stowed in one of the cockpit lockers providing months of supply.

    Sharifa is an ideal self contained short or long distance cruiser, especially suited to those who wish to spend time afloat. She was my home for over 5 years and both my wife and I have both enjoyed our time living aboard for long periods, much of it in France.
    Hull & Deck
    White GRP hull - Repainted 2019 with International two-pot Perfection Pro
    White GRP and hardwood varnished superstructure - Varnished 2019 with multiple coats of Epifanes Gloss
    Teak laid side decks and cockpit
    Removable teak grating to cockpit floor
    Encapsulated long keel (iron filled)
    Deck Gear & Ground Tackle
    Bruce 15kg main bow anchor with 65 metres of 10mm chain
    Lofrans Project 1500 electric main anchor windlass with remote and foot controls on fore deck
    Admiralty 15kg folding Fishermans type second anchor
    Folding Fishermans anchor
    Anchor buoy with leaded rope to prevent fouling
    Twin forward bow anchor rollers
    Single aft kedge anchor roller
    Simpson Lawrence 6kg Delta kedge anchor, stowed in aft locker with 15m of chain
    Custom made stainless steel dinghy davits and gantry
    Main boom gallows in stainless steel
    Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
    1 x fitted stainless boarding ladders for stern access
    Bespoke wooden boarding ladder for side gate access
    Teak deck hatches with reversible hinges and Sunbrella canvas covers
    Canvas spray hood and dodgers with boat name
    Teak and stainless steel steering wheel with leather hand grip
    All deck hatches are reversible to accommodate ventilation / wind direction with tinted glazing
    Hatch wind scoop
    Gas locker with space for 2 x gas bottles and third spare bottle in cockpit locker
    Rigging and Sails
    Ketch rigged with stainless steel rigging (date not specified)
    Running rigging removed and stored, mouse lines in place.
    Spinnaker pole, stowed on mast
    Mainsail - white polyester by SKB sails, slab reefed (approximately 8-9 years old)
    Genoa - white polyester by SKB sails, slab reefed (approximately 8-9 years old)
    Mizzen - white polyester by SKB sails, slab reefed (approximately 8-9 years old)
    Mizzen staysail - Polyester, white (date not known)
    Storm Jib - Polyester, white (date not known)
    Cruising Chute - Polyester, white and green (date not known)
    NB - All sails regularly laundered maintained annually by SKB Sails and winter stored ashore.
    Main and mizzen canvas stack pack systems with lazy jacks
    Mast mounted deck floodlight
    Full set of 1" 'mouse lines' for running rigging maintenance
    Machinery
    Beta B3 diesel engine, - 43hp - fitted 2005 (circa engine 648hrs)
    Engine last serviced March 2018
    PRM gearbox
    3 blade propeller
    220v shore power system
    1 x 12v engine start battery,
    2 x 6v domestic batteries, 240ah each, deep cycle wired in series (new 2017)
    Battery selector switch
    Battery charging via Victron 30amp battery charger
    High rate engine alternator
    Air breeze wind generator
    2 x 50w solar panels
    Sterling battery management system
    Tankage
    1 x GRP fuel tank - 65 gallons
    1 X GRP water tank - 130 gallons
    Navigation
    Sestrel compass
    Raymarine Fluxgate compass
    Furuno log instrument
    Furuno depth instrument
    Furuno Navtex
    Furuno radar (mono display)
    Garmin touch screen chart plotter
    Laptop connected AIS transponder Class C (2009)
    Raymarine autopilot, wheel pilot (new 2015)
    Simrad VHF ships radio
    LED navigation lights
    Masthead windex
    Mast mounted radar reflector
    Insulated rigging backstay in preparation for SSB radio (radio not fitted)
    General Accommodation
    7 Berths across 3 cabin areas
    Teak joinery throughout
    Large central saloon table (converts to circular bed)
    Glass stowage in saloon table
    Headlining replaced throughout, (8 years ago)
    Various carpets and rugs
    Webasto warm air, diesel powered heating system (serviced 2-3 years ago)
    1 x heads compartment, with shower wash basin and Jabsco manual flush toilet (new 2014)
    Hot and cold pressurised water wash basin and shower
    Manual pump fresh water tap to wash basin
    Hot water via calorifier (6 gallon capacity) from engine and 240v immersion heater
    Galley
    'L' shaped galley with good size worktop and stowage
    Crash bar safety rail and harness
    Stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold mixer tap
    Manual pump fresh water tap
    Isotherm 12v fridge compartment
    Mariner gas cooker with 4 burner hob, oven and grill
    Crockery and cutlery for 6 place settings
    Various kitchenware items
    Safety Equipment
    4 x auto-inflate life jackets
    2 x lifebuoys with lights
    Lifesling with lifeline
    2 x deck jackstays
    2 x Manual dry powder fire extinguishers (service dates unknown)
    Flare pack (service dates unknown)
    Mast mounted radar reflector
    4 x bilge pumps (3 x 12v electric; 1 x manual)
    Gas and Co2 alarms (service dates unknown)
    Tender
    Avon Rover 2.2m RIB
    Tohatsu 3.5hp outboard motor (last serviced 2-3 years ago)
    Additional Inventory
    2 x extending boat hooks
    Cockpit table
    Saloon bulkhead fitting for secondary use of cockpit table
    Various navigation books
    Selection of basic hand held navigators instruments
    Mooring lines
    Fenders
    Ensign halyard on mizzen mast crane
    Disclaimer
    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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    SubcategoryCruisers
    ManufacturerCheoy Lee
    Model41
    Mooring CountryUnited Kingdom
    CurrencyGBP
    Year built1979
    ConditionUsed
    SaleTrade
    Sales statusavailable
    LOA12.5 m/41 ft
    Length12.5 m/41 ft
    Width3.9 m/13 ft
    WC & bathrooms1

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