1978 Cheoy Lee Trawler (Island Trader) This vessel is documented for (charter) coastwise commerce and Recreation. Jones Act paperwork ( Marad Waiver) goes with the vessel.
1500 hours on a rebuilt Lehan 120 6 cylinder rebuilt in 2005 and Lee Marine heat exchanger and fresh water flushed after every run.
Being a charter vessel, it has excellent maintenance as required.
After more than a decade in production, the Cheoy Lee 34 Trawler earned a reputation as a durable and economical cruiser with a large cockpit Her solid thick fiberglass hull incorporates a deep forefoot and a full-length skeg for low-speed stability and propeller protection. The cockpit, decks, and cabin top are teak-over-fiberglass, and the window frames, doors, and cap-rail are also teak. Wide walk-around make passage around the Vessel easy. Inside, the salon is comfortably functional. Visibility from the lower helm is very good thanks to large deck¬ house windows. (Note the curved corner windows up front.) Traditional teak paneling and cabinetry are found through¬out the interior. Outside, a very spacious cockpit are, which makes this vessel an excellent utility-type boat for 6 passenger charter for fishing, diving, whale watching or coastal cruising. Additional features include port and starboard cockpit storage boxes for steps, very large engine room, bow pulpit and swim platform, and a sliding deck door at the lower helm. A single 6 cylinder Lehman diesel provides very economical 8 Kt cruising speed.