1974 Cheoy Lee 47 Offshore

Listing ID3038395
Sale Price$42,500 USD [ Convert To CAD ]
Seller POP Yachts
Category Yawl
Make Cheoy Lee
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Model47 Offshore
Located Honolulu, Hawaii, US
Stock Number242839
Length47ft / 14.33 m
Beam13ft / 3.96 m
Engine MakeNissan
Engine ModelM433
Engine TypeInboard
Engine HP55

- Stock #242839 -

Wonderful Liveaboard ** All Original Interior ** Priced BELOW Market Value!!!

If you are in the market for a yawl, look no further than this 1974 Cheoy Lee 47 Offshore, priced right at $42,500 (offers encouraged).

This vessel is located in Honolulu, Hawaii and is in decent condition. She is also equipped with a Nissan engine that has only 100 hours.

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Reason for selling is moving to the mainland.

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ConditionPer the owner: -- The engine is not running and has not been run for several years. (Please see below for details.) -- The last haul out was in 2010. -- The standing rigging has not been replaced in over 20 years and will need to be inspected or possibly replaced for any serious sailing. This will be a recommendation in any survey. Originally a yawl, the owner has removed the original Sitka Spruce mizzen mast. The mast could easily be replaced and the mizzen sail and mizzen winch are currently in storage. The main mast is the original Sitka Spruce wood. The jib is a rolling furler. -- The exact age and condition of sails are unknown. -- Winches are all working well. -- While the cockpit retains its original teak, the top deck teak has been covered in a rubber sealant, which can easily be removed by a new owner who wishes to refurbish it. -- The propeller shaft has been secured with epoxy. -- Both bilge pumps are working well and checked regularly. -- Everything in the galley is working well with the exception of the fridge/freezer ice boxes which will need a new compressor. There is a working stand-alone 3/4 size fridge and freezer in the guest cabin. -- The aft head is connected but not used. -- The forward head has all connections in place but no marine toilet installed. -- Water tanks are fine; an overflow valve might be beneficial to a new owner. -- The hot water heater has not been used in several years - the condition is unknown. -- All cabin lights and AC outlets are working properly. Seller's Recommendations: -- All engine connections need to be replaced. -- All thru-hulls need to be checked at the next haul-out. -- Install a dripless shaft at the next haul-out. -- Replace transmission plate on an inboard diesel engine. -- Replace overflow valves on both water tanks ENGINE INFO: The original engine has not been started or used in several years. It was diagnosed as needing a new transmission plate, which is a small, cheap part to replace but difficult to access. The connections will most likely need to be replaced. It is unknown if the two starters are working. Yearly buoy runs are currently done using a 25HP outboard engine. The last buoy run was in August 2020. Any new buyer will most likely want to completely replace the engine, continue to use an outboard, or reconfigure with an electric setup. She is being sold "as is, where is" with the possibility of an in-water survey and/or hull dive inspection but no water trial or haul-out survey is possible due to the engine not working.

Navigational Equipment - Compass

Mechanical - Bilge Pump
- Holding Tanks
- Kicker Motor (15HP And 25HP)
- Rudder
- Throttle/shift: Mech
- Water Tanks

Electrical Systems - 110v AC Outlets
- AC Electric Panel
- Battery Switch
- Hour Meter
- Shore Power Cord

Accommodations - Cabin Lighting
- Cabinets
- Dinette
- Fridge/freezer- 3/4 Size
- Hanging Locker
- Head (2 - One Installed - Not Used; 1 Not Installed - All Connections In Place)
- Ice Box (2 - Fridge & Freezer - Not Working)
- Mirror
- Salon
- Settee
- Shower
- Sink - Galley
- Stateroom - Aft (Twin Berths)
- Stove / Oven (Gimballed)
- Washer
- V Berth

Construction - Bottom Paint Antifouling (Needs To Be Updated)

Deck Gear - Anchor (Danforth)
- Anchor Locker
- Anchor Rode
- BBQ Grill
- Bow Pulpit
- Bow Rail
- Cover - Mooring (Large, Like-new Sun Shade Cover)
- Dinghy Lift
- Cleats - Fixed

Safety Equipment - Emergency Tiller
- Horn

Sails - Covers - Sail
- Main Sail
- Roller Furling Jib
- Mizzen Sail (In Storage)

Rigging - Chain Plates
- Lifelines
- Mast
- Winches - Manual
- Standing Rigging