Cheoy Lee Offshore 40Ref. VP194

Who would say that she is fibreglass built? She seems a wooden classic! And her amazing interior will be yet another surprise.

EUR 110,000 ,-

Overview

Yard:Cheoy Lee (Hong Kong)
Design:Philip Rhodes
Model:Offshore 40
Building Year:1974
Ensign:Spanish
Hull Structure:Fibreglass
Deck Structure:Fibreglass, teak laid (2008)

Details

L.O.A.:12.16 m. Convert to metersfeets 37.06 feets
L.W.L.:8.53 m. 26.00 feets
Beam:3.32 m. 10.12 feets
Draft:1.80 m. 5.49 feets
Displacement:10 10 Tm. Tm.

Rig

Type:Yawl, Pino Sitka Spruce (el mejor)
Winches:Cheoy Lee + Barlow
Genova Furling:Schaeffer 2100
Main Furling:Botavara giratoria
Spinnaker Pole:Aluminio

Deck Hard-ware

Windlass:Lofrans Tigres 1.200W
Anchors:CQR, Bruce
Tender:No
Outboard:No
Safety equipment:Spanish 60 miles
E.P.I.R.B.:

Engine System

Engine:Solé Diesel Mini 55
Power:52 cv
Year:2012
Serviced:Every Year
Hours:667 (Marzo 2016)
Transmission:Shaft
Propeller:Fixed, three blades
Bowthruster:No
Fuel Tank:113 l.

Sails

Main-sail:Terylene
Jib:No
Genoa:Terylene, furling
Try-sail:No
Stay-sail:No
Mizzen:Terylene
Spinnaker:No, entrepalos
Gennaker:Yes

Electronics

Log:Standard Horizon
Depth-sounder:Standard Horizon
Wind Station:No
Autopilot:Simrad WP32
VHF Radio:Raymarine 54 E + BLU Icom IcM 700
GPS:Furuno Navigator + B&G Élite
Plotter:B&G Élite Lcd
Radar:No
Other:No

Electric System

Voltage:12V/220V
Batteries:3
Generator:No
Inverter:Mastervolt
Batteries charger:

Internal lay-out

Cabins:3
Total Beds:
Heads:
Showers:1
Hot water:
Water Tank:378 l.
Holding-Tank:
Fridge:Yes
Oven:Force 10
Air Conditionning:No
Washing Machine:No
Water-maker:No
Miscellaneous:

Barcos Singulares Comments

Philip Rhodes was a nautical pioneer along all his life. He has been master of great Naval Architects: Olin Stephens and Bill Trip, among many other, worked with him. Rhodes was soon interested in fibreglass construction and one of the first series that can be considered industrial products was his work: the Reliant/Offshore series, built by Cheoy Lee in Hong Kong during the Sixties and Seventies. Between 1964 and 1976 some 160 units were built. This Yard has been always recognised for its high quality craftmanship. Either the teak used on his boats as the fiberglass have always proportioned a fine product. No one would say that the Reliant/Offshore class are fiberglass boats: the deck and the coach-roof are fully covered by high quality wood without any fiberglass glimmer left. The masts too are of high quality Pine wood and keep well the time passing by. Although Reliant's production was officially ceased in 1968 and Seraphim is thus an Offshore, she spots many Reliant's features, but the ballast that is encapsulated in the fiberglass. She has the famous interior lay-out with three separate cabins each one with its own access: the aft cabin, the saloon with a folding table to make a double berth and the f'c's'le. This lay-out so innnovative on such a small boat, marked the success of this model and gave lasting fame to her Architect. The Seraphim is a well navigated vessel: from the USA she went to Thailand and from there, to Europe. Today, she is in very good shape with a recent teak deck and a new engine. We can provide you with 69 pictures of the Seraphim

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