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1970 Cheoy Lee Clipper 36

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San Carlos Mexico, --
Listed: 04-13-2017
Phone:
Alternate phone: 315 nine two one 813

$21,000 US Or best offer

The owner bought this boat in 2001

General condition and any additional information

We are the second owners of this gorgeous boat, and have owned and loved her for 15 years. We lived aboard for 7 years with our son in southern California before cruising the Sea of Cortez in Mexico. The boat has been in Mazatlan for an additional 8 years and we are cruising again this season. It has everything you need to live aboard and cruise anywhere in the world. Everything has been maintained by us over the years and is in perfect working condition. This is a complete package, with all the tools and spares that you’d need to voyage anywhere in the world. Just add your favorite snacks and go!
The equipment, hardware and spares are worth the asking price, it’s like we’re throwing the boat in for free….
Boat is now in San Carlos. On the hard at marina secs. We will entertain any and all reasonable offers.

Asking price $39,000 or best offer.
*** Boat is currently listed with broker. I will have all the answers to your questions, but Don at http://sancarlosyachtsales.com can arrange a showing, if youre interested in seeing her first hand. http://sancarlosyachtsales.com/sail-boats-for-sale?item=3002696
Survey is complete, see link above. ***
General:
Yanmar 3JH4E 39hp Diesel engine, ~700 hours
60 gallons diesel
100 gallons water
25 gallons holding
Additional internal lead ballast (~1000 lbs)
Isotherm water cooled refrigeration
Katadyne 40E PUR watermaker (1.5 gal/hr) completely rebuilt with new membrane
Anchoring:
Rocna anchor, 20 kilos
Fortress aluminum stern anchor
Grappling anchor (dinghy or boat)
Lofrans Tigress, electric windlass
Dinghy:
10 foot Port-a-Boat
2012 Yamaha 8hp outboard
Sails:
Carbon fiber adjustable length spinnaker pole
Lee Sails genoa, main and mizzen, tanbark
Working jib
2 staysails
New Morelli spinnaker
Mizzen staysail
Asymmetrical drifter
Main storm sail
Electronics:
Farris depth sounder
NEW Standard Horizon Multimedia Chart Plotter CPN1010I
NEW Standard Horizon HX870 handheld VHF
Raymarine Radar
Raymarine GPS Chart Plotter
2 spare standard horizon chart plotters
New VHF with 2 stations ICOM IC-M400BB
New AIS transponder
HF Radio Icom IC-706MK2G
HF Modem, Pactor 3 for airmail or sailmail
Energy:
three-100 watt semi-flexible solar panels
New Blue Sky Solar Boost 3000 Controller
New load diversion and controller
Wind generator mounted on the mizzen
New Xantrex Freedom HF inverter/charger
two 8D house batteries 2 years old
Additional isolated separate starting battery
Safety:
Boat hook
New Viking 4 man life raft
Fiorentino sea anchor
3 halon rechargeable fire extinguishers
New McMurdo 406 gps EPIRB
Steering:
Fleming self-steering wind vane
Tiller pilot for use with wind vane
Simrad wheel pilot
Quadrant steering cable replaced this season
Canvas:
*Sailrite sewing machine with all bell and whistles, includes spares for all working parts
Multiple fasteners, Velcro and webbing included, 20 yards new canvas roll
Sailcovers
Dodger
Bimini
Cockpit cushions
Bags
Jerry can covers
Lee cloth
Wind scoop for forward hatch
Arched sun cover, to be tied over main cabin
Canvas for boat storage:
Full boat cover
Mast covers
Rail covers
Outside:
Rigging switched over to hi-mod mechanical fittings, so wire can be easily replaced
2 Aluminum propane tanks
Barient winches
Danforth Constellation Compass
Dickenson SeaBQ stainless Barbecue
2 each jerry jugs for diesel, gas and water
Inside:
Sony radio/CD player with Bluetooth and 6 CD changer
Polyplanar speakers in cockpit and cabin
Magic Chef stainless stove/oven
Dickenson solid fuel cabin heater
5 hella multispeed fans
Lavac toilet
Pretty much everything on board has been converted to LED or cold cathode lighting
Spare equipment includes hardware, fasteners and tools, filters, impellors, wire, soldering equipment, etc. Literally every tool needed to service and repair everything on the boat.
Multiple airtight containers in the galley and head for storage
Medical bag mounted in head (needs to be restocked, old provisions)

Standard features

Lots of information below, including survey to download. All pictures on smugmug were taken last fall when she went on the hard.

http://www.flying-cloud.org
http://www.cheoyleeassociation.com/clipper36.htm
https://tiger37373.smugmug.com/Mexico/Baja-Mexico-2016/Flying-cloud-pictures
https://tiger37373.smugmug.com/Mexico/Baja-Mexico-2016
http://www.flying-cloud.org/FlyingCloudsurvey2016.pdf

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