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New and used Cheoy Lee boats for sale

Florida, United States
£520,060 GBP
Listed price $660,000 USD
2004 | 20.73m | Diesel | Power
Florida, United States
£708,385 GBP
Listed price $899,000 USD
2006 | 24.38m | Diesel | Power
£21,461 GBP
Listed price €25,000 EUR
Tax paid / included
1980 | Sail
California, United States
£390,045 GBP
Listed price $495,000 USD
1988 | 21.59m | Diesel | Power
£1,733,534 GBP
Listed price $2,200,000 USD
Tax not paid / excluded
1999 | 27.40m | Diesel | Power
£1,733,534 GBP
Listed price $2,200,000 USD
Tax not paid / excluded
1999 | 27.44m | Diesel | Power
Florida, United States
£1,438,045 GBP
Listed price $1,825,000 USD
2009 | 20.73m | Diesel | Power
£3,390,881 GBP
Listed price €3,950,000 EUR
1992 | 34.90m | Diesel | Power
Virgin Islands (Us)
£1,378,947 GBP
Listed price $1,750,000 USD
2007 | 27.31m | Diesel | Power
Florida, United States
£14,183 GBP
Listed price $18,000 USD
1978 | 11.58m | Diesel | Sold
United Kingdom
£79,950 GBP
1974 | 13.31m | Diesel | New | Sail
£32,500 GBP
1965 | 9.14m | Diesel | Sail

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History of Cheoy Lee Yachts

Cheoy Lee is a notable player in the boat manufacturing industry with a rich history dating back to its inception in 1870. Founded by the Lo family as a building and repair yard for steam-powered crafts in Shanghai, China, Cheoy Lee saw significant growth and transformation over the decades. Initially, the company made teak ships for the local market, but with the advent of modern materials and technologies, it expanded its production line to include steel and then, aluminium and fibreglass boats. In 1936, the industrial turmoil brought about by the Sino-Japanese war compelled the Lo family to move their shipyard to British occupied Hong Kong where they continued to produce commercial, residential, and later, luxury and pleasure boats.

In 1960s, Cheoy Lee shifted its focus to building high-end, luxury yachts, a move that played a pivotal role in establishing the brand in the global yacht market. The company embraced the use of fibreglass, which was a novel material in boat building during that era, and started producing sailboats and motoryachts aimed at the western market. To streamline the design and manufacturing process, Cheoy Lee collaborated with reputable naval architects such as Davis, Norlin and Robb, and established itself as a trendsetter in the boat manufacturing industry.

Currently, Cheoy Lee is headquartered in Doumen, China, maintaining a 65-acre site which houses state-of-the-art production facilities. The company markets a diverse range of boats — from sports motor yachts to exploration yachts to commercial tugs and ferries. Boasting over 150 years in the ship-building business, Cheoy Lee continues to thrive, pushing the boundaries of innovation and quality while keeping the tradition and heritage that the company is built upon.

Which models do Cheoy Lee produce?

Cheoy Lee produce a range of boats including the Cheoy Lee 90 Expedition Series Motor Yacht and Cheoy Lee 92 Cockpit Motoryacht. For the full list of Cheoy Lee models currently listed on, see the model list in the search options on this page.

What types of boats do Cheoy Lee build?

Cheoy Lee manufactures a range of different types of boats. The ones listed on TheYachtMarket include Sloop, Motoryacht, Cruiser, Motorsailer and Ketch.

How much does a boat from Cheoy Lee cost?

Used boats from Cheoy Lee on range in price from £14,200 GBP to £3,390,000 GBP with an average price of £847,000 GBP. A wide range of factors can affect the price of used boats from Cheoy Lee, for example the model, age and condition.

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