CHEOY LEE 42 SPORTSFISHER TWIN CUMMINS SHAFT DRIVE  

AU $198,000
Finance
Length
42' - 12.80m
Location
Sydney Region Brooklyn
Launch Year
1983
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP - Tom Fexas (USA Naval Architect) Design - semi displacement

Description: Cheoy Lee 42 Sportsfisher Twin Cummins Shaft Drive
Tom Fexas US Naval architect designed Sportscruiser, built in collaboration with highly respected Cheoy Lee shipyards, who have been building commercial vessels for over 150 years. Cheoy Lees reputation for solid construction comes from its commercial background, where even their smaller pleasure cruisers were built as scaled down ships. Only a hand full of the 42 flybridge models made their way to Australia, and the vessel stands out in the crowd, attracting favourable comments from seasoned boaters that know them.

Powered by reliable and well maintained twin Cummins turbo diesels, with drip less shaft drives, plus Cummins Onan Genset in 2023 underwent major engine service, including twin fuel injector systems specialist rebuild. Well maintained maintenance regime with exterior cut and polish, hull and topsides and full detail throughout. In December 23 "Condor" was antifouled including prop speed to shafts and propellers, all anodes replaced, and all through hull seals checked and antifouled, ready for immediate use. The 15 hp Yamaha for the 3m Sirocco tender and the 350kg Davco winch were also serviced, along with genset.

All mechanical, electrical and shipwright work carried out by professional trades, with receipts and invoices available.

Semi displacement hull with running keel and lifting strakes, planes comfortably offshore @15 knots, or displacement cruise @ 8-9 knots trolling speed. WOT 21 knots. Very sea kindly hull with wide 4.26 m beam offers great stability. Game poles and and ultra generous 11.148 sqm uncluttered teak cockpit space, with half rear shade canopy plus cockpit covers, will allow a group of mates to fish comfortably, or simply plenty of room for entertaining a group of friends. 12 inch Raymarine Hybrid touch screen in flybridge helm, with brand new through hull transducer installed Nov 23.

Classic styling with raised sheer line, and Carolina flared bow, cuts through the ocean with ease.
Owners moving up to larger passage maker / trawler, will consider trades.
Marina berth at Brooklyn available if required.
Inspections welcomed by appointment.
2023 Survey available on request.

Region
New South Wales
Location
Sydney Region Brooklyn
Usage
Family, Cruising, Off-shore Fishing
Launch Year
1983
HIN
CHL03968M83H
Rego
C08N
Designer
Tom Fexas USA
Builder
Cheoy Lee
Length
42' - 12.80m
Beam
4.26 m
Draft
1.06 m
Displacement
12
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP - Tom Fexas (USA Naval Architect) Design - semi displacement
Deck Material
GRP / teak cockpit
Engine Make
Cummins
Engine
Twin Cummins shaft drive turbo diesel - 239kw.
Number Engines
2
Horsepower
270 hp
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
387 hrs
2nd Engine Hrs
378 hrs
Max Speed
21 knots
Cruise Speed
15 knots planning - 8 knots displacement.
Propulsion
Twin Shaft Drive with drip less seals, shafts checked and prop speed done Nov 23
Genset
Cummins Onan - alternator replaced Dec 23 - battery replaced March 23
Fuel
2000L
Water
1900L
Accommodation
Main cabin island double berth, 2nd cabin has double berth, plus single overhead. Both lounges in salon fold out to double beds. 2 way bathroom with separate shower recess.
Cabins
2
Berths
5 permanent berths - plus twin salon lounges fold out to extra double berths
Galley
U shaped, granite bench top, electric cooktop, microwave oven, Webber gas BBQ. U tec refrigeration.
Refrigeration
2 x U - tec fridge. / freezers
Freezer
U- tec fridge / freezer in cockpit.
Stove
Electric - glass plate cooktop.
Hotwater System
Electric
Shower
Separate shower plus hot cold cockpit wash station with rinse hose.
Toilet
1 electric marine - new seat covers.
Entertainment
Satelite TV / internet, CD player, Fusion stereo with dual controls.
Air Conditioning
2 - duct-ed units not in service.
Dinghy
3m Sirocco Inflatable
Outboard
15 HP Yamaha 2 stroke - serviced December 23
Covers
Inflatable cover. Davit Cover. Mesh shade front and side window covers, cockpit half canopy. Rear cockpit shade covers.
Ground Tackle
Muir Windlass - chain counter - plough anchor - Davco Deck Winch 350 kg - serviced Dec 23 - new winch cable
Safety Gear
27 Meg radio, Coden VHF radio, 2x handheld 27 meg, 2 x CB radios, EPIRB, V sheet. Lifejackets. Flares.
Bilge Pumps
2 x Rule - engine room and lazarette have sep watertight bulkheads - #2 x bilge pumps upgraded 2023
Life Raft
NA - 3m Sirocco tender mounted on bow.
Epirb
YES
Life Jackets
YES
Flares
YES
Fire Protection
Fire extinguishers x 2
Electrics
Onan Genset 240 volt. Automatic battery charger. Port and starboard shore power outlets. Genset battery replaced Alternator replaced December 23
Electronics
Raymarine 12 inch fish finder / navigation. New Raymarine transducer Nov 2023. Original depth sounder.
Deck Gear
350 kg Davco deck winch serviced December 23 - game poles - 5 stainless rod holders - stainless rocket launcher on flybridge.
Remarks
Background Design / History : Tom Fexas USA

The innovative, visionary and legendary US Naval Architect Tom Fexas collaborations with Cheoy Lee were known for producing a series of iconic boats that were innovative, stylish, and functional. Fexas was a renowned naval architect and yacht designer, and his partnership with Cheoy Lee resulted in some of the most memorable boats of their time.

One of the hallmarks of the Fexas-Cheoy Lee collaborations was a focus on performance and functionality. Fexas was known for his ability to design boats that were both fast and stable, and his designs for Cheoy Lee reflected this expertise. These boats were often used for sport-fishing and offshore cruising, and they were built to perform well in a range of sea conditions.

Another notable feature of the Fexas - Cheoy Lee collaborations was their attention to detail and craftsmanship. These boats were built with the finest materials and workmanship, and they were known for their durability and reliability. They were also designed with a focus on comfort and luxury, with spacious interiors and well-appointed cabins that provided a comfortable and enjoyable living experience for owners and guests.

Finally, the Fexas - Cheoy Lee collaborations were known for their innovative and stylish designs. Fexas was a master of creating boats that were both functional and beautiful, and his designs for Cheoy Lee were no exception. These boats were often recognised for their sleek, modern lines and attention to detail, and they set a new standard for style and sophistication in the boating industry. The Fexas signature style became known as the "Italian style", with sleek proportioned yachts that have continued to have an influence on the powerboat industry today.

Overall, the Tom Fexas collaborations with Cheoy Lee were known for producing some of the most iconic and regarded boats of their time. They were a testament to Fexas' design expertise and Cheoy Lee's commitment to quality and innovation, and they continue to be sought after by boating enthusiasts today.

* Condor is berthed at Brooklyn NSW - Berth available if required. *Suit Riviera Mariner Bertram Hatteras Precision Cresta Custom buyers. +


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Bruce McLachlan
Blue Bay
NSW 2261 Australia


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