Cheoy Lee
53' / 16.15m

Fort Lauderdale , Florida , United States
The Cheoy Lee 53 not only offers superior sailing and motoring characteristics, but combines sailient features of a power yacht with the twin diesel power and flybridge with an all weather pilothouse as well.
Fiberglass Hull
Vessel ID# 2794406
$535,000 USD
€496,774 Euros
CA$722,295 CAD
£430,887 GBP

Rarely does a vessel of this caliber arrive on the market in such exceptional condition. Over $400,000 spent in the last few years to bring her back to her true majesty. Turnkey and ready to take you anywhere in the world. New paint, new teak decks, new electronics, new galley appliances just to name a few. Don't let this one get away.

Data Sheet
LOA 53' (16.15 meters)
Type power
Year 1990
Beam 16'
Draft Max 7'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 130368
Engine Make Perkins
Engine Model 4-236
Engine Year 1990
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 85.00
Power KW 85.00
Fuel Type Diesel
Hours 4136.00

Engine 2

I D 130369
Engine Make Perkins
Engine Model 4-236
Engine Year 1990
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 85.00
Power KW 85.00
Fuel Type Diesel
Hours 4136.00


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Gregg Silver

Yacht Broker
Key West Florida United States
Cell: 305.304.4574

Gregg spent his early years crewing on Sport Fishing vessels and Yachts around the South Florida and Bahamas area. This allowed him to accumulate a vast amount of underway sea time and experience offshore.

After Gregg received his A.S Degree in Marine Propulsion Technology, he quickly obtained his U.S. Coast Guard 100-Ton Master License. Soon after that he worked as a diesel mechanic then an Outboard mechanic for several years.

Always open for new challenges he moved his sights on Vessel manufacturing. This included two years at Thunderbird Formula Boats as Quality Assurance Manager. After that several years at Blackfin Yachts also in QC department.

After several Marine trade publications featured Gregg's early accomplishments, he was scouted by a government contracting corporation. He was placed as a sight manager on the US Customs vessel maintenance and deployment division. Eventually promoted to Contract manager and Quality Assurance Leason manager.

Moving his sights on new challenges he began working with insurance companies preforming marine damage appraisals and cause of loss reports. Gregg continued this path for many years representing several notable companies as a self-employed sub-contractor.

For the last 23 years Gregg has been a Licensed Yacht & Ship Broker and member of Florida Yacht Brokers Association. Now with Atlantic Yacht & Ship Gregg feels very much at home. He has experience with countless sales of Motor Yachts, Trawlers, Sport Fishing vessels, and Sail. Gregg has been able to successfully apply his vast marine industry knowledge to assist his clients. He also oversees vessel retrofits and deliveries. Gregg’s repeat clientele and frequent referrals is a testament to his dedication to finding your next dream vessel. Gregg and his wife reside in Key West, Fort Lauderdale, and North Carolina and is always willing to travel to any location worldwide to apply his trade & expertise.