1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore For Sale

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Stock #141884 -
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1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore - #1
1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore - #1
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Boat Details

Year:
1965
Type:
Sail
Brand:
Cheoy Lee
Category:
Sloop/Sloop Sailboat
Model:
27 Offshore
Length (LOA):
27' (8.23m)
Beam:
7' 9"
Draft:
52"
Trailer:
No
Stock #:
141884
Location:
Portland, Oregon
Status:
Available
Reason for Selling:
Not using as much as would like
Sailboat Details
Main Sail:
Rigged For Single Handed:
Sail Covers:
Rigging Hardware:
Winches:
"Classic Blue Water Full Keel Sloop! Real Head-Turner! 3rd Owner-Meticulously Restored: 4 Bronze Port Townsend Foundry Screened Opening Portlights!"

The 1965 Cheoy Lee is a classic blue-water sloop and a consistent head-turner wherever she is sailed. She has had only three owners, all in the Pacific Northwest.

The current owner is the 3rd owner and has owned this boat since July 1999. This boat is a perfect single-hander with all the co...more

1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore - #1
1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore - #1
1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore - #1
1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore - #2
1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore - #1
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1965 Cheoy Lee 27 Offshore Sloop Sailboat in Portland, Oregon

Stock #141884

Although located in Canada, due to Canadian regulations, this boat is not available for sale to potential buyers in Canada.

The 1965 Cheoy Lee is a classic blue-water sloop and a consistent head-turner wherever she is sailed. She has had only three owners, all in the Pacific Northwest.

The current owner is the 3rd owner and has owned this boat since July 1999. This boat is a perfect single-hander with all the comforts to be had from a boat of this vintage.

This Newell cadet offshore 27 retains her original teak forward hatch and dorades. The original teak house siding was removed many years ago and replaced with FRP paneling in 2002.

The single stainless opening port and three deadlights in the dog house were replaced with bronze opening ports from Port Townsend Foundry, installed in 2003.

All the opening ports have bug screens. A new bronze round deadlight was installed in the forward doghouse in 2003.

The four coach house windows were replaced with new glass in 2002.

A bronze chain pipe was installed in the forward deck in 2004, and the anchor rode drops down into the custom-made chain locker built in 2010. A Danforth anchor hangs from the pulpit ready for deployment.

A bronze mushroom vent was installed in the after deck in 2004 for ventilation. A new pushpit was custom built for the after deck in 2007.

This boat did not originally have a pushpit.

The original horse traveler blocks were replaced with a traveler bar, provided from another Cheoy Lee of the same period, in 2008.

A custom-built radar mast was added in 2008 and supports the Furuno radome, a GPS receiver, the VHF antenna, a stern nav light and a cockpit floodlight.

The mast is gimbaled for long voyages on a heel, with a mid-mast control. The original Edson wheel has been enhanced with custom rope-covering in 2004, and a Ritchie binnacle compass added in 2000.

The Furuno radar display with GPS was installed in 2009.

A Standard Horizon depth sounder was added in 2000, and matching knot meter was added in 2003, both on the starboard aft coach house.

The companionway hatch and doors are original, but lift hinges have been added to the doors for more easily viewing the logs while underway. The doors securely lock with a skeleton key.

ISSPRO engine gauges replaced the old gauges and were installed on the forward cockpit well wall in 2003. The engine switches were moved to the starboard aft well wall, also in 2003.

A Guzzler manual bulkhead pump was added in 2003 and is installed in the lazarette. A pump handle inserted in the opening at the starboard aft well wall allows for pumping out the lower bilge from the cockpit.

The owner states the Guzzler pump has recently been replaced with a new one.

The cockpit lockers have had new shelves installed, and contain two 6-volt house batteries to starboard and a starting battery to port. A fused switch in the starboard cockpit locker controls the cockpit floodlight located on the radar mast, and the cockpit DC plug, located in the port aft well wall.

A Guest 2610A 10-amp, fully-automatic, water-resistant, fully encapsulated, the dual-stage charger was added in 2003. This is installed under the starboard settee along with the transducer for the depth sounder.

The original cockpit ice box hatch, hopelessly rotted, was removed in 2005 and filled in with an FRP patch. Two new and larger, bronze cockpit scuppers were installed in the sole in 2004.

Cockpit seat scuppers were added to the forward cockpit outer corners, completed in 2011.

The saloon settees have both been reconstructed with new, removable cushions covering new 4-inch foam. All of the bunk boards for the settees have been rebuilt and painted.

The starboard settee has a full-length shelf over and behind it. The ice box is located aft of the bunk. An original dome light is located above this aft settee.

A 110V outlet is located under the aft-most shelf area. The electrical panel, located over the cabinet in the starboard forward saloon, includes a 30-amp AC main, and an eight-switch DC panel above a voltmeter. All electrical wiring for this boat was professionally updated in 2003, with two 110-V AC outlets installed in the main cabin.

The electrical panel, located over the cabinet in the starboard forward saloon, includes a 30-amp AC main, and an eight-switch DC panel above a voltmeter. All electrical wiring for this boat was professionally updated in 2003, with two 110-V AC outlets installed in the main cabin.

Next to the electrical panel is a stereo speaker, above which is the bilge pump switch for the upper-bilge-platform pump. Over the starboard forward cabinet is a bookshelf.

A Standard Horizon VHF radio is positioned over the aft end of the starboard shelf. A cover for the cockpit log instruments hides the backs of those instruments.

Over to port, the quarter berth settee also has shelving over the bunk and deeper shelving over the aft section.

A bunk light has been installed in its forward bulkhead. An oil lantern hangs over this settee.

The ice box is in the aft-most starboard end and is currently used as a storage space.

The battery switch is located under the companionway steps, in easy reach but out of the way.

The galley is located in the port forward saloon.

The owner states it was newly plumbed and the galley countertop is recovered with new Formica in 2007.

An AC 110V GFCI plug is located in the galley bulkhead. Storage cupboards are located both above and below the stove, as well as under the sink.

The locker cupboards above the galley counter contain two sections, one with a hatch in the bottom, and the other with a dish organizer.

The 11-gallon holding tank is located in the hidden cupboard space behind the stove and can be accessed through the hatch in the locker above it.

The isolated head compartment is entirely new, completed in 2015. The original Wilcox-Crittenden Imperial toilet was located under the aft port v-berth bunk with just a seat lid to hide it from view.

The owner felt this was a design that could use some alteration and added a bulkhead between the v-berth bunk and the toilet. A shelf was added behind the toilet at this time.

Information On Condition

The owner states that the bulk of the work undertaken on this boat over the years has been with systems improvements.

The owner states the vessel is seaworthy and ready to set sail.

Included is an older mainsail and jib, and a newer genoa in great shape.

The mainsail was probably new with the second owner who had also re-powered the boat.

It is stretched but has been well cared for and has life in it still, and shows no wear points at all.

The Genoa is like new.

The sail inventory could be updated.

The owner states earlier this year a Raritan toilet was added to replace the old toilet, and is fully serviced. It has a retractable pump handle to...

Approximate boat location: Portland, Oregon

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Basic Details
Year:
1965
Type:
Sail
Brand:
Cheoy Lee
Category:
Sloop/Sloop Sailboat
Model:
27 Offshore
Length (LOA):
27' (8.23m)
Hours:
460
Stock #:
141884
Location:
Portland, Oregon
Engine & MechanicalMech.
Count:
1
Year:
1981
Brand:
Universal
Model:
M-18
Hours:
460
Size:
18 hp
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Propeller:
Bronze
Cruising Speed:
6 mph
Drive Type:
V-Drive
Config.:
Inboard
Bilge Pump:
Bottom Paint:
Holding Tanks:
Keel:
Radar Arch/mast:
Cutlass Bearing:
Dimensions & Specifications & Specs
Length Overall:
27'
Length at Water:
19' 6"
Beam:
7' 9"
Min. Draft:
52"
Weight:
7,000 lbs
Water Capacity:
26 gals
Waste Capacity:
11 gals
NavigationalNav. Equipment
Depth Sounder:
Radar:
VHF:
GPS / Plotter:
Compass:
Deck Features
Aft Deck Sun Pad:
Aft Entrance Door:
Anchor:
Cleats:
Cockpit Sink:
Compartment Storage:
Cushions:
Deck Rail:
Mirror:
Steering Wheel:
Anchor Chain:
Anchor Locker:
Safety EquipmentEquip.
Fire Extinguisher:
Grab Rails:
Life Sling:
Owners Manual:
ElectricalElec. Components
110v AC Outlets:
Battery Switch:
CD Player:
Shore Power (110v. AC):
Speakers:
Tach:
AC Electric Panel:
Courtesy Lights:
Electrical Panel:
GFI Outlets:
Sails
Main Sail:
Rigged For Single Handed:
Sail Covers:
Rigging
Rigging Hardware:
Winches:
Accommodations & Passengers
Pass. Capacity:
6
Sleep. Capacity:
4
Generator:
No
Air Conditioning:
No
Non-Smoking:
Pet-Free:
Cabinets:
Countertops:
Curtains:
Dinette:
Galley:
Hanging Locker:
Stove:
Blinds:
Cabin:
Cabin Lighting:
Head:
Toilet Manual Flush:
ConstructionConst. Features
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Exterior Color:
Green
Interior Color:
Red
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