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35' 1981 Cheoy Lee 35***SOLD***

Type: Sailboat
Year: 1981
Make: Cheoy Lee
Model: 35***SOLD***
Length: 35'
Status: Sold
Price: $ 35,000
Location: Toronto, ON
Date Posted: 2015-04-22
Broker Email: andre@torontoyachtsales.com

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Location: Toronto – ON SITE – Outer Harbour Marina

***Update May 17, 2011 – Reduced from $60,000 for fast sale – 2008 Survey available – Gorgeous, rock-solid offshore cruiser. Many upgrades and refit items including new full batten main and 160% genoa in 2009, fresh awlgrip, redone teak teaks, new autopilot, many new engine components, new head and holding tank, dodger, bimini, mint bright work, much more- Take her offshore or enjoy on the lakes!

Vessel walk-through:

The cockpit is spacious and is covered by a dodger and bimini in navy blue, both in excellent condition. Cockpit seats are covered in teak, which has been redone and is in excellent condition, left uncoated for sure footing. There are cockpit cushions in navy blue, which match the rest of the canvas. There is standing headroom at the helm under the bimini, and the cockpit seats are long enough to lie down on. The rest of the deck offers excellent lounging space on warm teak, in excellent condition and left natural for footing.

Heading into the cabin, we have a traditional layout with single quarter berth and nav station to starboard and a U-shaped galley designed for offshore to port. The nav station faces forward, and has a surface large enough for full size paper charts, as well as storage. There is a wet locker for hanging wet foulies to starboard of the companionway steps. The galley has a gimballed four burner propane stove and oven with electronic solenoid shutoff which is fed from the dual aluminum tanks stored on the coach house roof. There is a large icebox with teak shelves that allow for easy organizing of food. This icebox would be easy to upgrade to a fridge/freezer if so desired. The galley has a large sink with hot and cold pressure water, as well an insert for more counter space, which is plentiful. There is excellent storage throughout the galley.

The salon is bright and airy, with long windows and an opening hatch as well as an opening port. The large “L” shaped settee is to port, with a fold up table the vessel will seat 7. Moving forward there is a large hanging locker to starboard, a spacious head with new toilet to port, and a large V-berth ahead. There are two more opening hatches, which can open fore or aft, depending on the situation (eg at anchor or heading offshore).

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder: Cheoy Lee
LOA: 35′ LWL: 28′ Beam: 11’6″
Displacement: 15,000 Draft: 5’4″
Engine(s): Diesel Engine(s) HP: 27 Engine Model: Volvo MDUCc
Fuel: 30 Gal Water: 140 Gal Holding: 25 Gal


  • Sleeps 5
  • Head
  • Pressure Hot Water
  • BBQ – propane, new
  • 4 Burner Propane Stove
  • Oven
  • Ice Box
  • Wiring and Plumbing redone in 2006


  • Hood Partial Batten Main
  • Hood 130% Genoa
  • New full batten main 2009 by Performance Sails
  • New 160% Genoa w UV guard 2009 by Performance Sails
  • Harken Furling
  • Dodger & Bimini
  • 250 feet 3/8 chain
  • Bruce and Danforth anchors
  • 150′ Rode
  • 6 Barient Winches ST Primaries and 2 speed
  • Windlass (Manual)
  • New traveler (6:1)
  • New mainsheet 6:1)


  • VHF
  • Compass
  • Speed
  • Wind
  • Depth
  • New (2008) wheel autopilot (Smart pilot)
  • Flatscreen TV and DVD 12volt
  • Flatscreen TV and DVD 120 V
  • AM/FM CD stereo


  • 2 Batteries new 2010
  • 1500 watt inverter
  • 2 bank battery charger
  • Alternator
  • 30 amp Charger and 50′ Cord


  • Complete bottom redone in 2006 by West System
  • Steel cradle
  • Interlux 2000 epoxy bottom
  • Brightwork all redone in Epifanes varnish, in excellent shape
  • Entire vessel painted in white Awlgrip w red bootstripe
  • New Vetus/exhaust, alternator, impeller, water pump gaskets, stuffing box and cutlass bearing (all new)
  • New head, all plumbing and stainless holding tank
  • Two aluminum propane tanks mounted on coach house
  • Reliable worm gear mechanical steering (no cables or pulleys)
  • Tool chest w vessel specific tools/parts
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