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Boasting an impressive 1,200-mile cruising range at 7 knots, the average boating family will be hard pressed to burn through a single load of fuel in the Cheoy Lee 35 Trawler to meet their normal summer cruising needs. A sturdy, well-built boat, her upright sedan profile is accented with teak trim and includes an extended hardtop for dinghy storage and weather protection for the cockpit. Construction is solid fiberglass with a teak overlay on the decks and cabintop. At 21,000 pounds, the Cheoy Lee 35 is a heavy boat for her size, and the ride is predictably soft and comfortable, even in a chop. A full-length keel protects the props and running gear in shallow water while adding good directional stability offshore. Wide walkways and sturdy rails on both sides of the house provide secure access to the foredeck. The galley is opposite the dinette in the compact cabin, and the forward stateroom is fitted with an angled double berth as well as a dressing table and settee. Note the stall shower in the headunusual in a small boat. Visibility from the lower helm is good in all directions. With a single 120hp Lehman diesel, the Cheoy Lee 35 will cruise efficiently at 78 knots.
Overview Heavily-built small trawler offers long-range coastal cruising for couples on a budget.
Features Traditional teak interior boasts large salon with convertible L-shaped settee, roomy head with separate stall shower, large forward stateroom with double berth, lots of storage. Deckhouse galley is next to aft salon door where its convenient to cockpit and flybridge. Note wide side decks, folding mast, huge fuel capacity.
Comments Deep keel protects running gear.
Performance Cruise at 78 knots with single 120hp Lehman diesel.