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1990 63 (ft.) 4 (in.) CHEOY LEE Pilothouse Motorsailer

Inactive - This listing is not for sale at this time

General Information

Listing# 29839

Unknown, Spain
Boat Type
Model Year
Pilothouse Motorsailer
63 (ft.) 4 (in.)
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Number of Engines
Engine Hours


Displacement: 98500
Total Power: 135
Sleeps 8 owners and guests in 4 staterooms including 2 guest heads and 2 guest showers.
Vessel Walkthrough
See attached layout. Throughout the Cheoy Lee 63 Long Range Motorsailer is a feeling of interior spaciousness, usually found on larger luxury yachts.
Pilothouse / Electronics
On deck the pilothouse is designed to afford excellent visibility and provide room for the installation of every conceivable combination of navigational equipment. Also included is a Sailcomp electronic compass, ceramic horns, Moviline ext. TV antenna and remote search light. Furuno 300 autopilot Cetrek 725 autopilot Furuno 48- mile color radar ICOM 710 SSB radio (GMDS) Horizon 2510 VHF radio Shipmate RS8400 VHF radio Multi-bank television (4 each, color) VCR (3) Sailcomp electronic compasses Ritchie compass Sony stereo music center w/remotes in all cabins Furuno GPS Geonav chart plotter Airphone intercom (10 units) Furuno 207 weather fax B&G Hydra wind speed indicator B&G Hydra speed & depth sounder Standard hailer / horn Max Power bow thruster (new 1999) Vetus electric barograph EPIRB
The view from the flybridge can only be described as extraordinary. An outside second steering station at the flybridge on a motorsailer is a unique feature which can only be found in yachts over 100’ and aboard the Cheoy Lee 63’ Long Range Motorsailer.
Main Salon
The lavish main salon, located amidships, features an elegant curved settee and wet bar. Throughout the main salon, both port and starboard, are built-in book storage, TV/entertainment center, bar, and overhead flush mounted halogen lighting. Below decks, a feeling of spaciousness and luxurious comfort is apparent throughout. Hand rubbed teak panels and teak parquet soles throughout add to the opulence of the interior. New, fully carpeted interior, and beautifully appointed, light blue suede upholstery add to the ambiance.
Master Stateroom
The completely private master stateroom is nothing less than magnificent and features a queen bed, curved and lounging sofa, functional vanity and an abundance of hanging storage and overhead TV. The master stateroom also features its own enclosed head with bathtub and VacuFlush head.
Guest Stateroom, forward port side
Double berth Air conditioner Drapes Stereo, TV Built-in safe Closet
Guest Stateroom, forward starboard
Upper and lower berth Air conditioner Drapes Safe Closet
Crew Quarters
Upper and lower berth Head Shower Air conditioner Closet
Aft of the main salon is the impressive galley featuring all the conveniences found at home ashore. All new appliances were installed April, 2000, as well as corian counter tops and complete forward wall enclosure. Miele dishwasher Amana side-by-side refrigerator/freezer Jenn Aire 4-burner electric stove, broiler & oven Kenmore trash compactor Siemens microwave oven & ceramic hob Manual, pressure dockside fresh water with filtered system (2) 110V duplex outlets Gebo tinted windows (one sliding) Stainless steel double sinks HEM 45 gallon/hour watermaker Drapes Vinyl headliner 110V stip valance light (2) 12V flourescent lights over galley bar (2) 12-gallon water heaters
Main Deck
The decks are teak. There are Gebo windows and an icebox under the pilothouse settee. A shower is in the cockpit (new April 2000). Maxwell electric windlass Spreader lights Navigation lights Stainless side stanchions with lifelines (2) Viking 8-person liferafts Nautica 10' dinghy with 15 hp Mercury outboard Yamaha 8 hp outboard Fenders with lines Pasarelle Side boarding ladder Personal floatation devices Man overboard pole Bow pulpit with rails European style 12' folding passerelle Coast Guard safety package Spreader lights
Engine Room
Her engine room is very impressive. It is larger and better laid out than you will find on most motoryachts. There is a walk-around engine room between the twin Perkins diesels and her twin generators. Aft of the engine room is a well laid out pantry, featuring a new full size Bosch washer & dryer (April 2000) and an abundance of room for storage and work bench with tool and spares lockers. Cruiseair reverse cycle air conditioning Halon fire control system (2) 4-blade fixed props (new 2000) (2) Luke feathering propellers - spares Stainless steel shafts Cabin hydraulic wheel steering Bridge hydraulic wheel steering Engine temperature alarm Back-up fresh water pump Dripless shaft seals (1999) Emergency engine stop Fuel filter Engine fuel shut-off valve Engine driven bilge pumps Hand bilge pump Bilge pumping manifold system (2) Bilge blowers
Electrical System
Additional batteries include two 80-amp hour for generators. The batteries are Sonnenshein Dryfit Gel-service free. 12V and 110V light fixtures; 110V single and duplex outlets; all thru-hull fittings electrically bonded; Electro guard electrolysis and corrosion control monitor system; 110V and 220V transformer. (6) Batteries (1200 amp hrs) with parallel switch Victron 80-amp automatic battery charger (2 ea.) Dockside electrical cables 110V, 220V electrical system 12V DC electrical system Mastervolt battery control panel (1) Westerbeke 12.5 kW genset (2,250, hrs); (1) Westerbeke 7.5 kW (2,250 hrs) Global 2000 frequency converter Victron 2000 watt inverter (1) 4D emergency battery in locker under flybridge
Deck & Hull
New varnish and paint (4) Stainless fender holders Dinghy davits Passarelle Sun awnings (2) Bimini tops Alfresco curved dining table on the aft deck covered with canvas bimini top Folding, side boarding ladder
Sails & Rigging
Aluminum spar keel-stepped Furling on main, mizzen & 2 genoas Lewmar genoa sheet blocks Lewmar main & mizzen sheet fiddle blocks & braided sheets Mainsheet traveler Hood electric roller furling (5) Lewmar offshore electric winches (new 1999) (6) Lewmar offshore manual ST winches
After nearly a lifetime of yachting experience, the owner of MOR elected to perform a complete refit in 1999, with the result being total perfection, both cosmetically and mechanically. This process consisted of the following: Complete Awlgrip painting of the hull and superstructure Disassembly and Awlgrip painting of the rig New running rigging and replacement of standing rigging where necessary Stripping of all old bottom paint & repainting the bottom Complete servicing (heat exchangers, hoses, filters, painting, and factory service on primary engines and both gensets) Upgrading of the electronic navigation systems Complete replumbing of fresh water system (2) New propellers (2000) New dripless shaft seals Complete replacement of windows plus new stainless frames plus re-bedding of all port lights and deck hatches New galley appliances and counter tops Re-carpeting of entire interior over the existing teak flooring (wood under is as new) Replacement of all overhead velcro attached ceiling panels Chart table in pilothouse New salon furniture (2) New electric heads Solid stainless exterior handrails Rigid bottom dinghy
This yacht, a very successful and proven world cruiser, has been prepared to a level exceeding original factory specifications. The photos tell the story and in no way overstate her condition…In short, to see MOR will make you a believer!
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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