The Cheoy Lee Clipper 42, when built in 1970, was promoted as a cruising yacht of high quality and construction, combining the best features of the huskiest fiberglass hull with the craftsmanship evident in the exquisite Burma teak trim and joiner work.
This classic head turner had a major refit in 2004-05 that included a new engine, rigging, sails, thru-hullls and an extensive interior makeover. Her good turn of speed is evidenced in her third place finish in the Carriacou Yacht Regatta two-handed round-the-island race in 2006.
In 2009, she won second prize in the Antigua Classics Yacht Regatta Concourse d'Elegance for best privately maintained yacht built after 1950. She is fast and beautiful too!
- Additional Information, Equipment & Specifications
- Specifications for the Cheoy Lee Clipper 42 LOA 50 ft. (bowsprit to end of mizzen boom) LOD 42.4 ft. LWL 30.0 ft. Beam 12.1 ft. Draft 5.8 ft. Displaces 23,500 lbs. Ballast 9,000 lbs. Sail Area 928.0 sq. ft. Performance Indicators D/L 389 B/D 38 % SA/D 18.1 Comfort 37.0 Capsize 1.69 L/B 3.5 Major refit in 2004-5 new Yanmar engine 4JH3E - 56 HP with dual Raycor fuel filters new 4-bladed Variprop variable-pitch fully-feathering bronze propellor, German made new mizzen mast, spruce, epoxy-coated inside and out, 10 coats varnish mainmast sitka spruce, wooded, epoxied, 10 coats varnish, all fittings removed and rebedded all standing rigging replaced - Norseman terminals new chainplates, bobstay fitting new running rigging new lifelines new sails - main, mizzen, staysail (10 oz Oceanis cloth, Lunenburg Sail Loft), new genoa and Alado rollerfurling (total sail area is approximately 950 sq ft) all new bronze seacocks and through hulls Keel bolts x-rayed in 2004, all OK teak decks, teak cockpit grating in good condition new interior upholstery 2005 Interior redesigned - 2004-5 forward, large v-berth with shelves on either side, hanging lockers both sides main saloon with dinette portside, storage lockers behind cushions and under seats, bookshelf settee/berth starboard, storage behind cushion and under seat, lockers and bookshelf custom-built teak skylight in main cabin chart table/nav station on starboard side with 3 large drawers beneath head portside, handheld shower, vanity, Wilcox Crittenden Skipper head, lockers, teak floor new in 2005, shower sump galley aft on starboard side, 3 burner Shipmate propane stove with oven, 12 V fridge/freezer w/holding plate dish lockers outboard of stainless sink and stove, pantry outboard of fridge quarter berth port side with shelf above, hanging locker by companionway, storage below berth and behind companionway ladder Equipment Force 10 bulkhead-mounted propane heater in main cabin new 2005 Force 10 6 gal. water heater 125 V or heat exchange from engine new 2005 Force 10 propane bbq new 2008 2 X 10lb, 1 X 6lb propane tanks Six-man RFA liferaft, serviced 2009 EPIRB, requires battery Rule 1,100 gpm bilge pump new 2010 manual Whale bilge pump Lifesling, horseshoe and circular liferings 3 automatic inflatable lifevests with safety harnesses several pfds jacklines port and starboard custom cockpit awning and foredeck awning/raincatcher new cockpit cushions 2010 mizzen staysail D400 wind generator, new 2008 125V, 35 amp shore connection with 75' shore power cord 1000W inverter and 350 watt inverter for computer, cell phone, etc Jensen marine stereo/CD player with 2 cabin speakers, 2 cockpit speakers Caframo fans (forward cabin, saloon, galley) ICOM 710 SSB radioStandard Quest + VHF w/remote in cockpit Raymarine colour radar/chart plotter/GPS Navman windspeed/depth/speed log 6" Danforth Constellation skylight binnacle compass Lofrans Tigres 1200W anchor windlass with 3/8" chain gypsy 250' 3/8" anchor chain, new 2008 400' 5/8 eight-strand nylon anchor rode Batteries: four 6V golfcart w/ 450 AH capacity, new 2009 one 12V engine start battery; separate switches for house/engine/combination Anchors: 50lb claw 45lb Delta 35lb Delta 35lb CQR 37lb Fortress Flexboat, 9.5' inflatable hard bottom dinghy, new 2009 8 HP Yamaha Enduro outboard, new 2008 Edson cast aluminum davits charts and cruising guides gas/diesel/water jerry jugs spare parts, hardware, etc Water and fuel capacity Water - 150 gallons, with ceramic water filter system, new 2009 Fuel, stainless steel tanks, 45 gallons and 25 gallons We are the third owners of this boat, and have sailed her in Nova Scotia since 1997, and cruised the Caribbean since 2005. In 2006, she came third in the Carriacou Yacht Regatta two-handed round-the-island race. In 2009, she won second prize in the Antigua Classics Yacht Regatta Concourse d'Elegance for best privately maintained yacht built after 1950. For the last four hurricane seasons, she has been hauled at Jolly Harbour Marina, Antigua, with the masts removed and stored. Masts and all brightwork receive two additional coats of Epifanes varnish annually. Bottom was stripped to bare hull and epoxy coated in 2007. Bottom is sanded and painted (2 coats) annually. Nancy Dawson is a classic: she sails well, is strongly built, elegant, reliable, comfortable at sea, and is easily handled by two. Over the years, we've accumulated and upgraded the equipment needed for safe and comfortable cruising. Nancy Dawson is hauled and availalbe for showing by appointment in Green Cove Springs, Florida.
- Brokers comments
- Here are excerpts from a recent review Of The Cheoy Lee Clippers by a well respected, independent Sailing publication: "There’s no denying that the “classic” look of the Cheoy Lee Clipper series is enough to make your heart flutter: “That’s what a boat is suppose to look like!” Indeed, some well-known personalities such as singer Jimmy Buffet have succumbed to the Clipper’s Siren song. Construction certainly was above average, with heavily laid hulls and sound joinerwork......Regarding performance, the boat is deceptively quick on a reach, but due to its full keel and heavy displacement hull shape, does not excel upwind..... but you don't buy a Cheoy Lee Clipper for performance or ease of maintenance. The 36 and 42 appeal to certain types of sailors, and you know who you are. Go in with your eyes open.... and you’ll have a boat to be proud of for many years to come."
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