Cheoy Lee
Offshore 41
41' / 12.5m

Seattle , Washington , United States
Classic Cheoy Lee Bluewater Cruiser!! that has been lovingly owned and maintained by its third owner since 1984. Cruised locally until the second owners bought her in 1982, cruised Mexico for a year, then sailed her to Hawaii where they spent six months before returning back put her on the market.
Fiberglass Hull
HIN/IMO: CHL03222C178
Vessel ID# 2789251
$79,950 USD
€73,183 Euros
CA$107,091 CAD
£64,612 GBP

Data Sheet
LOA 41' (12.47 meters)
Type sail
Year 1978
Beam 12'
Draft Max 6'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 117720
Engine Make Perkins
Engine Model 4-108
Engine Year 1989
Engine Type Inboard
Full Details


Major Refit in 2015

   - All standing rigging and mast wiring replaced.

   - New Upper Cabin Side paneling

   - Living are varnished and painted

   - Refinished teak and Holly Sole

   - Most Metal fittings/Ports/Dorades re-Chromed (and look like new)

- Coated Stainless Steel Double Lifelines(Replaced in 2021)

- Newer Sails and 2005 Harken Furling system

- Galley remodeled in 2005 with new countertops

50 gallon keel-integral fiberglass fuel tank work ,2021: tank was opened and cleaned, new gasket installed and the fuel was polished. - Waste system installed in August, 2017 by Seaview Boatyard. This installation included the waste tank, Raritan toilet, Jabsco Macerator Pump and Y-valve and all plumbing lines.

*Dining Table has cushions and drops to provide another bed. (see pictures)


Builder/Year/Model/Hull No.: Cheoy Lee Shipyards, Hong Kong/ 1978/Offshore 41 Ketch/CHL03222C178

Designer: Ray Richards

Hull: Length/Beam/Draft: 40’11”/12’09”/6’00”

Keel/Ballast Type: Modified Full Keel/8900lbs Internal Cast Iron

Hull Material: Molded Fiberglass

Deck/House Materials: Fiberglass sandwich w/Balsa Core; Teak Deck Overlay. (Note: Deck seams were all removed and replaced in 2015.)

Main Engine

Perkins 4-108 Diesel/1989/40 H.P.

Serial No. ED7005806371165

Fuel Tank Capacity: 50 gallons

Transmission: Paragon Hydraulic

Propeller/Shaft: 16 X 14(LH) 3-Blade Bronze/1-1/4” Stainless Steel

Spare Engine Drive Belt and Impeller

Spare Fuel and Oil Filters

Full Set of Perkins Manuals

Masts and Rigging

Main & Mizzen Masts: Spruce, Box Const./Deck Stepped w/Single Spreader and Spruce Booms

Shrouds: Single Upper/Double Lower/Stainless, 1 X 19, 5/16ths wire with Turnbuckles

Fore and Backstays: Stainless, 1 X 19, 3/8ths wire

Note: ALL Standing Rigging and Mast wiring was replaced in 2015.


Main Sheet: Harken 40ST Two-speed

Jib Sheets: Harken 48ST’s Two-speed

Main Halyard: Harken 40ST Two-speed

Mizzen Halyard: Cheoy Lee 17

Main Boom Reefing: Cheoy Lee 17


Main: Lamm Sails(2000)

Mizzen: North Sails(2012)

Furling Genoa: North Sails 140%(2015)

Harken Unit 2 Mark III Headsail Furling System (2005)

Storm Trysail: Staaf Sails

Sail Covers

Electrical Systems

12VDC: One(1) 4D Starting Battery and Two(2) House Banks each comprised of 2 6V 245AH Deep Cycle Batteries in series.

Pro Mariner Model 30A 3-Bank Battery Charger

110AC Shore Power with outlets throughout the cabin.

Marinetics Control and Circuit Breaker Panels for both 12V and 110AC systems.

Sure Power Multi-Battery Isolater

50’ Marinco 30A Power Cord

Anchoring System

Lewmar H3 12V Windlass with “UP” and “DOWN” foot switches.

300’ 5/16” BBB Galvanized Chain

45lb CQR Plow Anchor

Spare 35lb Danforth Anchor w/125’ of 5/8” Nylon 3-strand Rode and 25’ of 5/16’ Galvanized Chain


Ray Marine ST60 Instruments: Depth, Knotmeter and Wind

Standard Horizon Model GX 2200 VHF Radio w/GPS and AIS Receiver Including Hailing/Fog Signal External Speaker

ACR Global Fix PRO Model RLB-36 406MHz GPS EPIRB

Entertainment Systems

Kenwood Model KDC-X399 Stereo with CD Player, Bluetooth, Aux, MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV, AM/FM w/Crutchfield 4 X 50W Amplifier and Built-In Stereo Speakers

Bose 151 Outside Speakers

Vizio 26” HDTV with cabin mount

Head Equipment

Raritan PHII Toilet

25 Gallon Holding Tank

Jabsco Y-Valve

Dometic Macerator and Discharge Pump

Sink w/Hot & Cold Fresh Water Faucet

Sea Water Intake Foot Pump

Separate Hot & Cold Fresh Water Faucet for Hand-Held Shower

Custom Shower Curtain Track w/Curtain

Teak Floor w/Shower Sump Pump

Matching set of Bath Towels

Safety Equipment

Navigation Lights Including AquaSignal LED Tricolor, LED Anchor and LED 20-point Steaming Lights, Stern Light and Side Lights. (Required)

Day/Night Flares with Expiration Date of July, 2024. (Required)

Type IV Throwable Horseshoe Buoy w/mount. (Required)

8” Brass Bell. (Required)

Air Horn w/Spare Bottle. (Required)

Two Fire Extinguishers mounted in cabin: One 2.5# A/BC Dry Chemical and One 5# A/BC Dry Chemical. (Required)

US Coast Guard International-Inland Navigation Rules and Regulation Book. (Required)

Danforth Constellation 8” Compass Mounted on Binnacle w/Guard and Brass Sun/Rain Cover.

Manual Bilge Pump mounted in cockpit.

Rule 1500gph Automatic Bilge Pump w/Water Witch Level Sensor

Emergency Tiller

Radar Reflector

Galley Equipment

Princess 3-burner Gimbaled Stove/w Oven.

Two 25lb Propane Tanks mounted at stern.

125 Gallon Fresh Water Tank.

Par 12V Fresh Water Pump w/Accumulator.

Twin Stainless Sinks with Hot/Cold Faucet/Sprayer.

Whale Manual Freshwater Foot Pump.

Adler-Barbour 12v Refrigerator w/Freezer Box and Ice Cube Trays

Panasonic 950W Microwave

6 Gallon Combination Water Heater: 110V or Engine Heat Exchange.

Miscellaneous Equipment

ACHILLES Model HB-300FX, 10.5’ RIB w/Foot Operated Air Pump

5 Opening Ports and 4 Opening Hatches w/Covers

Companion Way Dodger

Custom Teak Cockpit Table w/Cover

Cockpit Wind/Spray Curtains

Main Boom Gallows

Seth Thomas Clock and Barometer

HI-SEAS Bulkhead Mounted Diesel Heater w/12V Fan

Five Cabin Dorade Vents

Lunasea LED Spreader Deck Lights

Emergency Boarding Ladder

CPT “The Autopilot II” w/Wind Vane Option

Full “Stem to Stern” Deck Cover

Cabin Top Handrail Covers

Port/Starboard Toe Rail Covers

Dock Lines and Fenders


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.


For more information about this vessel, please contact Steve Neidhardt.
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Steve Neidhardt

Yacht Broker
7001 Seaview Ave NW
Seattle Washington 98117 United States
Cell: 1-617-686-0954

Zack Wilson started spending time on boats when he was only a few years of age. He has traveled with his family through Desolation Sound, Puget Sound, The San Juan Islands, and South East Alaska. During the past 4 years he has been commercial fishing in Alaska and in the Bering Sea. Before that he worked in shipyards where he maintained all types of vessels.