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1983 Cheoy Lee Pedrick

17 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

This 38 Cheoy Lee is a David Pedrick design that is luxuriously elegant and heavily built. She is not confined to a fixed point on the globe, she can take you harbor cruising, gunkholing, waterfront restaurant hopping, port to port adventuring, and even around the world. She features a modified fin keel (with 6700 pounds external lead ballast and 550 pounds cast iron internal trim ballast) plus a full skeg hung rudder to easily maneuver around the marina. This highly upgraded boat was originally delivered to the Chesapeake Bay (which is brackish water) and has been in Lake Michigan’s fresh water since 2007. The teak interior features beautifully executed joinery with a teak and holly sole and tons of storage. The teak decks were recently reseamed and sanded, and are in great condition offering sure footing especially when wet. The cushions have been recently replaced throughout are very nice and of high quality fabrics. There is also a beautiful set of comfortable cockpit cushions covered in navy blue with red piping. The dodger, Bimini, Bimini connector, and frame cover will keep you protected from sun and spray while the helm cover, sail cover, hatch covers, and handrail covers complete the canvas ensemble. The galley has an Adler Barbour cold machine, a deep double bowl stainless steel sink, a Richmond 2 burner stainless steel stove and a ground fault protected 110 volt outlet. The head has a true live-aboard Groco porcelain bowl, a stainless steel sink, medicine cabinet with mirror, hand held shower head, and a ground fault protected 110 volt outlet. There are 3 Cedar-lined hanging lockers with automatic lighting upon opening the doors, two lockers are in the Vee birth and one is in the aft cabin. The navigation station is rear facing to port at the foot of the companionway steps. There are 110 volt and 12 volt outlets throughout the boat.

Equipment on Board:

Many upgrades have been undertaken to make this a fun, safe and impressive boat to sail.
*New group 24 starting battery (2009),
*New 4D house battery (2010).
*Electric bilge pump,
*Two manual bilge pumps, one fixed and one portable,
*shower sump pump.
*Stainless steel uncoated lifelines, with boarding gates, port and starboard (2008).
*Double spreader rig 55′ 3″ above waterline with all new turnbuckles (2010), rig professionally tuned (2010).
*Schaefer 2100 furler and headstay (2007),
*130% Genoa (2007),
*Tides marine Strong Track Batt Car system for the full batten main sail with two reef points (2010),
*Dutchman sail flaking system.
*All running rigging replaced (2007).
*Sail control by 2 Barient 28 self tailing primaries,
*2 Barient 18 mast mounted halyard winches,
*1 Barient 19ST main sheet winch mounted on the coach roof,
*1 Barient 10 outhaul and reefing winch mounted below the boom,
*New Edson 8″ classic pedestal, idler set, stainless roller chain, and cable with custom wire splices and swages, 40″ wheel professionally installed (2011) beautiful.
*Universal Diesel M40 model 5432 with 32 HP enabling the boat to motor at 7.5 – 8 knots.
* Blackstone Laboratories Oil Report on engine received on 10/13/2010 states “Nothing unusual showed up in this oil sample from your sailboat. All wear reads below Universal averages. No fuel, coolant, or moisture was found. Both Silicon and insolubles read normally, which shows good air and oil filtration. From what we can see, the engine is just fine mechanically.”
*New exhaust elbow, hoses, and Vetus waterlock muffler (2009).
*New heat exchanger (2009).
*ALL belts and hoses throughout entire boat have been replaced.
*Fixed bronze two blade propeller.
*47 gallon fuel tank with Racor filtering system plus a very slick Racor remote fuel polishing system.
*138 gallons of water in 2 tanks,
*15 gallon holding tank.
*5 opening ports (with curtains),
*2 fixed ports (with curtains),
*4 fixed ports (with blinds),
*5 opening hatches (with covers).
*6’4″ of headroom throughout.
*An abundance of storage space, drawers and lockers are providied for cruising gear.
*AM/FM stereo, CD, with 4 speakers (2 in salon and 2 in cockpit).
*Richie 5″ compass,
*Standard Horizon VHF, *Data Marine wind speed, overhauled (2010),
*Data Marine depth sounder,
*Standard Horizon knotmeter (2008),
*Data marine trip log overhauled (2010).
*Danforth 35H high tensile 35LB anchor with 15 feet of chain and a 200 foot 5/8″ rode.
*Life sling,
*Throw rope,
*Horseshoe,
*Hand held flares,
*Flare pistol and aerial flares,
*Radar reflector,
*Sea anchor,
*Mirrors,
*4 life jackets with whistles.
*Fenders.
*Dock lines.
*50 foot shore power cord.
* Kover Klamp System 3/4″ conduit frame for winter cover.
*Very nice custom winter cover made of Top Gun material (2007).
*I am a maintence and safety fanatic and the boat’s seaworthiness, displacement, sailpower and underbody have made her the performance equal of the best custom designs. She is truly an outstanding vessel.

Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
Cheoy Lee Pedrick
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