A must-see at this price, a beautiful and more traditional ocean going yacht with a fine pedigree and a big inventory for safe offshore cruising.
Well cared for by a fastidious owner and comfortably set up with a cabin heater and great cockpit protection plus lots of little and big things that make cruising a breeze.
Lying Tutukaka, Northland.
Built for a Sydney Hobart, this very attractive and well presented classic One Tonner racer is a joy to sail and now is very well equipped and laid out for comfortable cruising too. With accommodation for 6 in two doubles and 2 x singles (generous berth aft), an excellent hanging locker by the companionway, she is powered by a 20 hp Bukh engine.
A sturdy coastal cruiser built to Lloyds A1 standard. With the same owner for the last 27 years she is very well presented and maintained. Solid Fibreglass construction by Rival Bowman 1984.
Yanmar 3GM 30 Diesel. 3 Blade Prop.
Cutter Rig, S/Steel Rigging (2003 approx). 2 Mainsail, New Genoa, 2 x Staysails, Ghoster, Trisail, Spinnaker.
7 Berths (double cabins forward and aft), Toilet, Hold Tank, 2 Showers, Fridge, Gas Oven.
Furuno GPS, Wind Instruments, Autopilot, Sounder, Speed Log, VHF & SSB Radios.
Dodger & Cockpit Bimini, EPIRB, harnesses etc. $75,000.00
A cosy and comfortable, well maintained offshore cruiser with 6″6″ headroom. With accommodation for six, including a serviceable cabin aft (x 3), plus a pipe berth. Her equipment includes a gas stove in the galley and a wood burner in the saloon.
She is powered by a Volvo 50 hp engine with a cruising speed of 7.5.
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This yacht is a well built German Frers design and is a tested passage maker, ready for a new offshore sailor!
With accommodation for seven she is comfortable and well laid out below and is powered by an older but recently installed 45hp Perkins 4108, which has very low hours.
Current Loving Owner For Last 20 Years. Launched 1987. Steel Construction. Altex Paint System.
Yanmar 3JH3, 40HP Diesel (Installed 1999), 1009 Hours Run. Fuel Burn Economical 2-3 Litrs/hr. 200 Litre Fuel Tanks.
Alloy Ketch Cutter Rig, New Main 2003, New Furling Genoa 2002 Plus Mizzen, Staysail, Spinnaker, Trisail And Storm Jib.
Wheel Steering With Aries Windvane Self Steering, Autopilot, GPS, Raytheon Radar, Sounder, VHF & SSB Radios And Stereo.
60W Solar Panel Battery Charging Plus Ampair Wind/Aqua Generator.
Sleeps 7 Total. 2 Double Cabins. Toilet, Shower, Oven, Fridge.
Safety Equipment By Negotiation.
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Comfortable offshore yacht from a highly respected designer. Very well set up for offshore cruising in comfort. Well worth seeing.
Built in fibreglass by Keith Eade for NZ Navy 1991. Was Cat 1 until 2014. Sugar scoop stern extension. Volvo 47HP diesel, 3 blade kiwiprop. Mainsail (2009), New furling genoa (not yet installed), custom spinnaker (1995) jib, stormsail and trysail. New standing rigging, jacklines and life lines 2017. Double cabin forward with 2 quarter cabins aft, sleeps 8. Toilet with hold tank, 2 showers, gas oven, fridge, freezer. Extras include wind generator, solar panels, battery and bilge monitors, VHF and SSB radios, 2 station autopilot, GPS, sounder, stereo. Sea anchor, EPIRB, liferaft (old). The list goes on. This is a much admired yacht. View in Lyttelton with sole agent
Well proven alloy Senator fishing charter vessel. Surveyed 10 passengers plus 2 crew.
Yamaha 4 Stroke outboards just serviced. Price quoted is plus GST (if applicable)
Centre cockpit Corten Steel 20.3M Centreboard Ketch, Ford diesel, 6 berths, 2 x heads. A capable offshore cruiser with cruising history.
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PRICE REDUCTION – NOW $165,000
A lovely example of a classic well-built and finished Beneteau 44 in splendid condition. Built by Beneteau when they built superb quality teak interiors, and comes into its own with this ‘owners’ stateroom version.
Complete bottom job, comprehensive engine re-condition, recent sails and a rig overhaul complete the upgrades. Ready to sail away.
A very well looked after vessel. Teak decks still have plenty of wear left. Head and shoulders above current Beneteaus.
A lovely well known Canadian design that will reward the offshore cruising skipper. This is a fast, blue water cruiser with all the comforts needed for long range cruising or as a live-aboard. The keel is three quarter length with a skeg – making for a sea kindly boat.
Careful owner has equipped the boat with all that’s needed for safety and comfort at sea. Built in steel with high precision by Huromic Boat Builders of Canada, and a major refit completed 2015 with underwater plates replaced and regular upgrades and maintenance ongoing.
The yacht is currently being repainted and antifouled. The mahogany interior has been refurbished to a high standard. Boat is currently lying in Fiji, and enroute in southern autumn to New Zealand.
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A very well maintained and cared for coastal or offshore centre cockpit cruising yacht, with a great layout and very spacious accommodation. A great inventory and various recent upgrades make this boat definitely worth a look.
All GRP, a light and airy saloon, accommodation for 6 to 8, including the generous island berth in the master ensuite cabin aft. She is equipped for ocean passage making, with lee cloths on all berths, but is not currently in Cat 1.
Designed by Bill Dixon, the Moody 422 are highly respected yachts, constructed in Plymouth, UK in 1987 and built to Lloyds Register of Shipping specifications. Arctic Lady will take you anywhere in supreme comfort and safety.
And a bonus with this yacht – if you are looking to spend your Summer in the sunny north the vendor is offering a free berth at Sandspit Marina near Warkworth until October 2019. This gives you easy access to Kawau Bay, Great Barrier and beyond.
Whether you enjoy coastal or blue water cruising, family sailing around the bays, club racing, a circumnavigation of New Zealand or you plan to go off on a world adventure, “Arctic Lady” is well worth your consideration. A market assessment was carried out by NZ Marine Valuations 18.11.2018.
A total of 72 of the 422s were built between 1986 and 1988 in the Marine Projects Yard, Plymouth,
UK – join the club!
Launched September 2016 in New Zealand. One owner from new. Rated CE Category A (ocean-going). Twin wheel steer with a spacious cockpit and drop-down transom for easy boarding access.
Easily sailed short-handed with mainsail and self-furling genoa sheets leading back to the cockpit. Volvo 18Hp diesel, only 250 hours run from new. 1.91 metre interior headroom with spacious, open plan layout, 2 large double berths plus a single in the main salon. Nice toilet and shower area with holding tank. B&G electronics, Fusion stereo, fridge and more. Performance with comfort!
View in Nelson with transferrable marina berth.
With all the attributes of the well known Stewart design, this yacht is fast! Her new owner could participate successfully in racing if desired, but with the added advantage, of volume and comfort below. She was built with loving care by a cabinetmaker, so her interior finish is exceptional and arranged to allow for plenty of space and character – a perfect home on the water. With a large galley (kitchen), a separate saloon (living room) and accommodation for 9 in 3 doubles and three singles, her interior allows for socialising in unusual comfort.
NB: There is access from the saloon to the centre cockpit through a separate stairway.
Her hull was completely repainted in 2018.
Van de Stadt Trintella 13.4M cruising yacht, excellent history
Very popular and successful design – a luxuriously appointed and sturdily built offshore cruising yacht in immaculate condition with an associated and busy charter business, available separately. Currently in MOSS survey and fully equipped with everything needed for safe and comfortable cruising. Must see – must sell.
Price $245,000 (Plus GST) if any
More than 2,200 Island Packets have been built for passage making in safety and comfort and can be found sailing throughout the world. This popular North American Island Packet 44 design is well set up for comfort with a roomy interior and generous headroom – with designer Bob Johnson providing a modern interpretation of a traditional full keel, recognized by the shallow draft, spacious accommodation and rugged GRP with a cedar core.
The full one piece keel combines the performance of a modern hull with the superior sea keeping and safety of the longer keel, and provides additional protection from damage for rudder and propeller. The boat has a versatile and easily managed cutter rig and boomed jib, exceptional comfort and liveability, spirited sailing performance, superb build quality and award-winning features. With high quality finish, berths for seven in 3 doubles and one single, and a great galley.
She has an exceptionally comfortable saloon and deluxe “head” with a separate shower stall and ample storage. Island Packet models have won several industry awards over the years, including seven Cruising World magazine “Boat of the Year” awards and three SAIL magazine “Best Boats” awards.
A BUSINESS AND LIFESTYLE: A Bay of Islands lifestyle for you: The associated charter business is busy with many bookings ahead. The boat is currently in MOSS survey for inshore charter for 4 guests and two crew overnight, and up to 18 guests plus skipper by day. The charter business is available for sale if required, negotiated separately. This fine yacht is currently showing guests the best of New Zealand’s sailing grounds. Watch video: Cruising Bay of Islands NZ
Although a very comfortable, well equipped cruiser, this Yacht has a race history to equal the best of them, including winning her division Sydney to Hobart in 2002, White Island 2009. Bay week 2012 and many others.
She is also a comfortable cruiser with many extras, with accommodation of 3 double berths, 3+ single berths, 4 pipe berths. (Interior fully refurbished 2019). She has a new ‘prod’ fitted on the bow and is powered by a Bukh – 48hp engine (fully reconditioned 2015).
This vessel was originally constructed for a prominent Nelson businessman specifically for fast, offshore cruising.
Genesis or Riviera purchasers should consider this vessel, it must be seen to be appreciated. Immaculately presented, price reduced to sell.
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A unique opportunity to purchase a superb example of the wooden boat workmanship that can still be found in the UK. Strongly built by Latham’s Shipyard using West System strip planked in Douglas Fir with fitted ½ inch teak decking throughout, she is magnificent all brightwork finished in long lasting “Coelan” this vessel is a must view for those who appreciate a Proper Yacht.
She is fully equipped for Offshore Sailing, complete with all gear and spares and has already sailed significant oceans to get to New Zealand. We have full details available on request including Full Brochure, Inventory, Survey report completed when launched, and stability calculations as required for a UK registered ship.
New Price NZ$395,000.
Call Charles Clark for full details: Mob 021 248 4591 or Office 09 428 3287. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A much sought after, beautifully maintained and comfortable, strongly built offshore yacht from the Beneteau stable – all ready to set sail again with all the necessary equipment and electronic gear – nothing needs to be purchased. She has accommodation for six in 3 x double cabins, 2 x heads and a washing machine etc to make her a self-contained home at sea.
Recently arrived in New Zealand from the Mediterranean, via Panama Canal – New Zealand registered, and all New Zealand duty and taxes paid in full. But really well cared for, this boat presents as good as new – and better.
Blue Hull (Awlgrip 2013), teak decks and cockpit, furling main and genoa, water maker, generator, solar panels, wind turbines, washing machine, microwave. Sleeps 6 in 3 double cabins. 2 x private owners from new (never chartered).
A rare example! Watch Video
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The Allures 39.9 is a lifting keel yacht with aluminium hull and composite superstructure. Created from very strict design specifications and production built in France after feedback from numerous circumnavigations, this vessel brings together all the characteristics of a genuine blue-water yacht.
The Berret-Racoupeau Yacht Design studio has perfected a modern hull, wide, powerful and with the maximum waterline length. A guarantee of speed in the water which opens all horizons: smooth sailing under the trade winds to heavenly islands or tacking in fjords. The significant load capacity and large diesel tank ensures complete autonomy to let you discover new horizons, without limits.
Aluminium hull, ease of maneuvering, performance, twin helms, visibility from the saloon, lifting keel, faired composite GRP superstructure, large storage spaces, technical room, separate shower, dual chart table, deck lockers, saloon with ocean view… she’s all there!
Spacious and deep, the cockpit offers optimum ergonomics both at rest and during manoeuvres. The placement of the winches allows ideal positioning regardless of the speed or the sea conditions. NZ duty and taxes may apply.
MAMBALA. Popular bluewater performance Catamaran, rarely available in New Zealand. French registered with EU VAT Paid. A major refit was undertaken in Europe 2012-14.
The OUTREMER 45 designed by Gerard Danson was the best seller for the Outremer yard for many years. This is a fast, safe and secure catamaran with a powerful hull, easy to sail in any type of seaway, and with the skipper well protected at the helm station.
The Outremer 45 is one of the designs that will impress all sailors: beginner or competitor. Dagger boards get her sailing c close to the wind – to make her a tough competitor for any monohull, and both fast and fully secure!
Built at ATELIER OUTREMER in 2003, registered in 2004 under French flag, she is a sublime 4 cabin version including an owner’s bathroom with separate shower.
– Mainsail 2014 and genoa 2012
– Spinnaker 2009, gennaker 2014
– Solar panels 2 x 160w (2004) + 2 x 50w (2014)
– Full electronics + Radar 2014
– Iridium 9555 (2012) + Epirb
– Water maker D60 Duo
– Tender 325 3D + HB 20Hp
– Twin Yanmar 27HP diesels on Saildrives
Asking Euro 309,000. NZ Dollar price is subject to currency fluctuations. NZ taxes may apply. Enquire for full details.
The NEW Allures 45 is an aluminium hulled, composite deck and cabin cruising yacht. This yacht has the added benefit of a lift keel so no problem accessing those out of the way places or sitting on a deserted beach.
There is a choice of 5 layouts available so ample ability to customise to your own requirements. This superb sailing machine has a cutter rig and optional gennaker so sailing performance is enhanced on all points of sail. Twin wheels leaves plenty of cockpit space for entertaining.
Move down below and be surprised by the amount of space and comfort offered. Excellent galley set up, dedicated chart table, comfortable saloon and great sleeping cabins.
We are privileged to be able to help you purchase this beautiful and practical cruising yacht.
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A beautifully built and maintained vessel, a brigantine with two square sails on the foremast. Built in steel in 1990 by the acclaimed German yard of Lübbe Voss to the highest international and German ship building standards. Designed by Hans P Petersen in traditional style and using modern methods – apart from her masts and spars – she has been maintained impeccably by a master mariner to undertake long offshore cruises in comfort and in style.
Exceptionally well built and maintained with no costs spared in recent refits, to make this boat last. Better than new, as so many items have been improved or added.
Currently in MOSS survey for up to 6 passengers overnight or 10 by day, she has a huge inventory and every system needed for safe and comfortable cruising.
Now reluctantly for sale, with an associated charter business, available separately if required.
This magnificent yacht has been designed and built to the highest standards and fitted out with the very best equipment. She has a huge inventory to make life at sea safe, comfortable, easy and fun. With clean lines and reverse sheer, stylish hull side windows, hard dodger with open/close canvas top and roomy cockpit. Even when she’s not moving, she looks fast! Give her wind, though, and she slices through the water and makes swift passages averaging 200 nautical miles per day.
Designer Tom Wylie has provided the owner what he wanted in a boat – “A fast, fun boat with no bad habits!” Roxanne was built to be a full-time floating home for the owners and their two sons, and has been sailed extensively and rapidly throughout the north and south Pacific since departing San Francisco in 2000. She made her first blue water passage in the 1998 Pacific Cup, when her owner and one other crew member raced her from San Francisco to Hawaii and missed beating the double-handed record, which still stands in 2019, by less than 30 minutes.
Full specifications and inventory available from City of Sails Marine.
Built as a show/demonstrator, immaculate, luxurious, and highly speced. No expense spared in construction with teak joinery throughout, solid doors and frames, Corian sinktops, dishwasher and washing machine.
There are two double, luxurious and self contained cabins – fwd with ensuite, and a totally separate toilet. (The shower has a hidden automatic laundry). The aft cabin (stateroom) has an island double with ensuite too.
She is powered by a Yanmar 100 hp engine. Recently hauled out and anti-fouled.
Custom built adventure boat from respected Steber Boats, Australia, 2004. 14.85 metres overall with 4.7 metre beam. One owner from new with excellent maintenance history. All new Simrad electronics package 2018. Just completed Nelson to Fiordland return voyage. 2 x Yanmar 500HP diesels, shaft drives, 3000 hours run. Cruise at easy 20 knots, or economical 8-10 knots. Long range 3500 litre fuel capacity. 7KVA 230 volt genset. 1000 amp/hr house batteries with solar charging and invertor. 2 cabins forward, comfortable double owners cabin. 2 single berths in extra forward cabin. 2 extra single berths in main saloon. Electric cooker with convection microwave. Hot water system. 2 heads/showers (1 off cockpit, 1 forward). 2 fridges with large freezer in cockpit. Huge aft deck area with bait station and walk thru transom onto fish/dive platform. Full internal and flybridge steering stations with dual electronics. 3.1 metre RIB tender on electric crane. Full safety gear, liferaft, EPIRB, fire suppression system etc. Has been in MNZ survey (not current). Serious vessel for the discerning buyer. View in Nelson. Enquire for full details.
RAMPAGE 2. Custom built adventure boat from respected Steber Boats, Australia, 2004. 14.85 metres overall with 4.7 metre beam. One owner from new with excellent maintenance history.
All new Simrad electronics package 2018. Just completed Nelson to Fiordland return voyage. 2 x Yanmar 500HP diesels, shaft drives, 3000 hours run. Cruise at easy 20 knots, or economical 8-10 knots. Long range 3500 litre fuel capacity. 7KVA 230 volt genset. 1000 amp/hr house batteries with solar charging and inverter. Two cabins forward, comfortable double owners cabin. 2 single berths in extra forward cabin. 2 extra single berths in main saloon.
Electric cooker with convection microwave. Hot water system. 2 heads/showers (1 off cockpit, 1 forward). 2 fridges with large freezer in cockpit. Huge aft deck area with bait station and walk thru transom onto fish/dive platform. Full internal and flybridge steering stations with dual electronics. 3.1 metre RIB tender on electric crane. Full safety gear, liferaft, EPIRB, fire suppression system etc. Has been in MNZ survey (not current). Serious vessel for the discerning buyer.
View in Nelson. Enquire for full details.
It is easy to understand the popularity of the Leopard 44, especially as a family cruising boat. It’s solidly built, cleverly designed with an emphasis on privacy and comfort. Designed by the American team of Gino Morrelli and Pete Melvin, the Leopard 44 is built in South Africa by Robertson and Caine. The combination of innovative design, excellent performance and robust construction has come to define the Leopard series. It is renown for introducing the forward cockpit to the cruising catamaran market. The owners’ version sets aside the whole starboard side hull exclusively for the owners. Starting aft, there’s a generous queen berth and large hanging locker. In-hull portlights keep the natural light flowing. Continuing forward there’s an amidships lounge, with a settee and a small desk. The head and separate shower are all forward. There’s a locker that houses a washer and dryer and a linen closet as well.
Two guest cabins occupy the port hull. Each includes a double berth and en suite head. There is a single berth all the way forward, and unless the bunk is needed it makes an excellent storage bin. Comes with paddle boards, surf boards and lots of spares. Extensive maintenance works just completed. Receipts available.
A beautifully finished and presented ocean going ketch, impeccably cared for, with more than the comforts of home.
- Huge deck spaces and a big cockpit with hard top, full clears and great visibility
- Generous and airy main saloon with plenty of headroom and light, with the galley as part of it, and close to the companion way
- A spacious main cabin with bed access from three sides
- Easy access to and within the engine room
- Easy access from the transom for boarding, scuba diving and swimming.
Since acquiring her in 2002 the owners have sailed some 50,000 nautical miles, with just the two of them on ocean passages and coastal cruising with family and friends in a number of countries.
It is time to hand over “Alpha Crucis” to her new owners.
This magnificent ketch is in impeccable order with her systems right up to date and maintained by a careful owner/engineer. Electric sheet and halyard winches make handling easy, and she will eat up the miles with the highest levels of comfort and safety. Designed and built in Australia of best NZ Kauri pine.
Real British pedigree here! Extensive refit 2017.
NEW Cummins engines installed, new exterior paint, new interior fitout, new electronics and substantial rewiring now completed. Fantastic layout includes huge owner’s cabin forward with en-suite, plus an extra guest or family cabin forward with 1 double berth (or two single berths) and a second head with shower.
Excellent presentation. Viewing is a must in PICTON!
Summer Special! Order now and take delivery before summer this year.
Due to a customer needing to move their order to a later production slot, we have an opportunity for you to take delivery of a new Seawind 1260 three cabin owners’ version before summer this year. This opportunity comes with an attractive incentive from the factory – the pricing quoted is for the base boat DELIVERED TO NZ TAX PAID, and including extras as below. Prices subject to foreign currency fluctuations.
The Seawind 1260 three cabin owners’ version is a luxury blue water cruiser and comes with FREE extras with a total value of approximately $20,000 INC GST:
- Free Rainman 100L/hour 12V Watermaker
- Free Highfield Hypalon 3.4m dinghy
- Free 6hp Suzuki Outboard
The overall finish of the Seawind 1260 will be consistent with a luxury world-standard yacht of this size and type. Only very high quality equipment is used throughout. The overall aim is for a level of construction, workmanship, equipment, fitout and style that surpasses any other comparable catamaran available in the market at this price range.
Twin 29HP Yanmar Diesels give you all the reliability, speed and manoeuvrability you need to complete this package. Take a look: Seawind 1260 tour
NOTE: We can show you a similar version of this remarkable blue water cruiser in Auckland. Contact Blair Harkness, 021 245 8809 or Janis Marler, 021 658 668.
A NEW model for French company Outremer. Totally redesigned as a true blue water cruising catamaran.
New exterior & interior design, sterns lengthened and functional changes, this is the 51.
The Aquila range of new luxury power catamarans is now available for discerning New Zealand buyers.
The Aquila 44 (pictured) is the mid-size version of this outstanding range, and is equipped with twin Volvo D4, 300HP Diesels, Shaft Drives. Cruise 18 knots plus, in comfort with economy. Master King Size cabin forward plus 2 Queen cabins, each with separate ensuites. 4 zone aircon, genset, BBQ…. the list goes on…..
The Aquila 44 is one of the family of Aquila Power Catamarans that bring together an incredible team of designers, builders and managers to result in one of the fastest growing brands of catamaran – exclusively power! Available in three models. Aquila 38, Aquila 44 and Aquila 48. VIDEO – Enjoy the ride: Aquila 44
In exciting news from Aquila Powercats there is now a Passage Maker option which gives the boats almost double the range of the standard set up.
By moving the water tanks and installing two new 360L fuel tanks in the forward compartments plus utilizing the 360L aft fuel tank option the fuel capacity can be taken from 1100L to 2180L. At the long range speed of 6.5kts this will take the range from 718NM to around 1400NM with a 5% reserve, comfortably allowing you to travel from Auckland to Sydney on just one tank of fuel.
Enquire now and make an appointment to view: Contact our team at City of Sails Marine Brokers, Phone Blair: 021 245 8809 or Janis: 021 658 668.
EUROPEAN BOAT OF THE YEAR! This is a true blue-water cruising launch. Contact us for detailed specification and pricing.
$1,800,000.00 (Price quoted is subject to foreign exchange fluctuation, duties and taxes.)
The latest in Cheoy Lee’s full displacement Serenity Series, the Serenity 61 is another rugged and seaworthy motor yacht.
Configured with a single main engine, with the option of a get home wing engine or twins, the Serenity 61 offers the range and ability to take on any ocean. The high freeboard, safe decks, canoe stern, double bottoms, Germanischer Lloyd approved construction and offshore commercial grade engineering makes this one of the most dependable yachts afloat.
In combination with interior refinement, style and outstanding fuel efficiency, the Serenity 61 is a class above conventional trawler yachts, and a green alternative for the sophisticated luxury yacht owner.
For more information contact our team at City of Sails Marine Brokers, Phone Blair Harkness: 021 245 8809 or Janis Marler: 021 658 668.
Lion Foundation is a high-speed catamaran with twin water-jet propulsion and features an adjustable lift foil between the hulls. The vessel has two decks with the engineering and tankage below the hull deck line with the bulk of the accommodation on the main deck. The vessel has a raised wheelhouse aft of amidships. The engine rooms are compact and are under the aft cockpit deck. Very carefully and regularly maintained.
The vessel was designed Teknicraft Design as a dedicated Multi Mission SAR Vessel and was built by Q-West Boat Builders in Whanganui, New Zealand, to Maritime New Zealand Survey and delivered in January 2015. She is constructed of welded Sealium aluminium alloy construction on formed aluminium frames, stringers and fore and aft girders. The decks and cabins structures are also all-welded marine grade aluminium. There are 2 traverse water-tight bulkheads throughout each of the two hulls. Integral tankage is forward of the engine room bulkhead. The exterior aluminium surfaces have either been covered with stick-on plastic film and decals or left to oxidise.
Foam filled Hypalon tubes are utilized as fendering on the hull topsides.
This vessel has an extensive inventory and layout description – please inquire for more details:
Sales and Marketing Agent: Blair Harkness, Ph +64 21 245 8809, Email: email@example.com
Beautifully crafted and appointed, this Italian styled motor yacht exudes comfort and class. Stylish, comfortable, this beautiful vessel was originally owned by the Royal family of Kuwait. M V CARLY is fully and extensively equipped for coastal or long-range cruising, fishing and water skiing, and has always been maintained by professional crew. The large saloon and master stateroom give the feeling of being on a much larger vessel, mixed with expansive decks give a great balance between space and relaxation.
Carly is a fast, modern, high performance motor yacht, cruising at 27 knots and with a top speed of 34 knots. She offers luxurious comfort for up to eight guests in fully air-conditioned cabins and state rooms. The vessel has previously been in charter, but not currently in survey.
The upper sun deck is completely private and comfortably furnished with sun loungers and chairs. A solid swim platform aft facilitates access to the water and she has a full length passarelle for easy access to docks and marinas.
Being offered for sale in New Zealand, the extensive inventory also includes a submersible remote controlled camera, jet ski, fast tender and two RIBs, all of which can be swung into the water with the deck-mounted crane. Walnut and maple interior, many artworks, exclusive Wedgewood crockery and all domestic equipment is included with this magnificent vessel.
This luxury vessel is lying at Napier in an excellent harbour berth, which is being offered to the successful buyer free of charge for a year, renewable.
Enquiries to: Blair Harkness, Ph 021 245 8809, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The flagship. Winner of the prestigious European Yacht of the Year 2013 from the renowned catamaran builders, Outremer.
Cheoy Lee Serenity 68, from a company that knows a thing or two about long range cruising.
From your earliest glimpse of the Cheoy Lee Serenity 68, it’s going to be love at first sight. This is a yacht that is not only luxuriously appointed, but gloriously tempting. She is the sort of yacht that makes you want to get out the charts, plan a voyage, set a course and head offshore for grand adventures.
The graceful curve of the sheer line draws on her classic lineage, and ensures that she will retain her good looks for decades. This is a yacht to venture far offshore, and she has a seaman-like heritage from the rugged anchor plates at the bow to the Portuguese bridge, to the over-sized rails surrounding the deck. She is, in fact, not really a yacht. The Serenity 68 is a little ship.
Tough and seaworthy doesn’t have to mean giving up creature comforts, and the Serenity 68 is superbly finished to the highest yacht standards in the world. Each yacht draws on generations of Cheoy Lee craftsmen who create interiors that are truly works of art. Whether it is the inlaid teak panelling or the perfectly designed furniture, you simply can’t find a better finish, and see if you can feel where a woodworker has created a joint. Bet you can’t!
Go aboard the Serenity 68 and take your time to discover how beautifully this yacht is equipped and finished.
For more information contact our team at City of Sails Marine Brokers, Phone Blair Harkness: 021 245 8809 or Janis Marler: 021 658 668.
Cheoy Lee Bravo 78. Built to please the experienced skipper.
A spacious boat deck providing space for a 15′ tender, and there’s still room for chairs or water toys.
Hardtop… more than 21′ long, with stainless steel handrail surrounding the entire bridge windscreen.
A bridge overhang providing sun protection for the saloon as well as rain protection on the decks. Wide side decks protected by high bulwarks topped with stainless steel handrails for safety.
A flush pilothouse pantograph door providing easy access to the deck for shorthanded cruising.
Triple heavy duty pantograph windshield wipers with washers.
Beautifully welded rails of 316 stainless steel surrounding the deck.
Available reclining lounge seats built into foredeck.
Two large flush deck lockers on the foredeck.
Hawse with pivot style anchor pulpit making for easy anchor handling.
Large oval ports providing plenty of light and a great view for the master and VIP staterooms.
Sturdy rubbing strakes capped with stainless steel protecting the hull from pilings.
Boarding doors in bulwarks on both port and starboard sides.
Spacious after deck with dining table and wet bar for entertaining.
Swim platform making boarding easy, and allowing direct access to engine room and crew quarters.
For more information contact our team at City of Sails Marine Brokers, Phone Blair Harkness: 021 245 8809 or Janis Marler: 021 658 668.
The Alpha 76 Express is a nimble yacht that lives large. Cutting edge design and the innovative use of technology smartly combine to put the future of yachting at your fingertips. Exhilarating speed, a comfortable ride, ease of operation and elegance at every turn.
The hull is fast and efficient. From a naval architect with the race boat pedigree of Michael Peters, that is to be expected. Coupled with a foam cored monologue structure from leading marine structural engineers Gurit, and you start to appreciate why Alpha yachts just feel good.
Engineering prowess may be appreciated, if not noticed, but the Alpha 76 welcomes guests in fine style. Nestled within the Michael Peter hull is a sumptuously crafted interior conceived by Luis deBasto. Efficient space planning, abundant ambient light and exquisite joinery define the interior. However, there is no wood in the structure of an Alpha, only resin infused, foam cored composites. That not only saves weight, but frees the Alpha 76 of any concerns over swelling wood, warping or creaking joints.
Cheoy Lee builds the Alpha’s interior on a floating composite framework, isolated from the hull and support members. This more intricate method of construction greatly reduces the transmission of noise and vibration from the primary hull structure into the yacht’s interior. The effect is tangible and sets the Alpha apart. Hull rigidity is increased by integrating all tankage into the hull structure. A feature of all Cheoy Lee yachts, the resulting “double bottom” offers significantl safety benefits in case of grounding or bottom damage. It also increases hull rigidity, increases fluid capacities, lowers the centre of gravity, and of course, avoids any tank corrosion issues.
The Alpha 76 Express offers comfortable accommodation for six adults and two crew. The master enjoys a full beam stateroom accessed via a grand central stair. Large hull side windows enhance the bright and spacious area, which is clad with honeycomb cored marble and the master includes a Jacuzzi tub.
The galley and dining area on the lower deck is bathed in natural light from the glazing ahead of the helm station. Fully fitted to meet the demands of an expert chef, this is a delightful place to prepare and consume meals. Central to the lower deck accommodation, the area also serves as a lobby between master and guest stateroom.
You would expect a sport yacht to offer sun pads forward. The Alpha 76 Express obliges, and goes further with comfortable foredeck seating where your entire party can gather. Relaxing at anchor or enjoying the thrill of a high speed run to your favourite retreat, this area welcomes you. Access is via wide side decks protected by sturdy bulwarks and stainless steel rails. Ample storage for deck gear and leisure accessories is all around.
The aft deck dining area and lounge sits immediately ahead of an island sun pad. Shade can be provided by an awning that powers out from a compartment in the hardtop, and there is also the option of a 4-person hot tub beneath the sun pad. Aboard the Alpha 76, the doors separating the aft deck from the saloon open fully to create a continuous indoor-outdoor living area.
Cheoy Lee Alpha yachts bring you service, plus friendly boating while raising the bar on build quality and engineering refinement.
A new generation of Express yachts has arrived.
A high performance hull by Michael Peters, a Louis deBasto fashioned interior and a century of boat building knowledge define a sports yacht that breaks new ground.
The Alpha 76 Flybridge is a yacht that the whole family will enjoy.
Cheoy Lee couples the talents of an impressive design team to deliver the Alpha 76 Flybridge. Fast, efficient and remarkably dry this is an aggressive performer with impeccable manners. Composite structural engineering specialists Gurit were contracted to develop the foam cored monocoque structure, to meet the structural standards of Germanischer Lloyd classification society.
To minimize vibration, Cheoy Lee builds the Alpha’s interior on a floating framework, isolated from the hull and support members. Hull rigidity is increased by integrating tankage with the hull structure. A feature of all Cheoy Lee yachts, where the resulting “double bottom” offers significant safety benefits, increases tank capacity, lowers centre of gravity and avoids corrosion associated with metal tanks.
The Alpha 76 is an advanced machine, able to rapidly consume miles of ocean in whatever form that comes. Focus however is never lost of the ultimate goal. Pleasure aboard for the owner, family and friends.
Nestled within the Michael Peters hull is a sumptuously crafted interior conceived by Luis deBasto. Exquisite joinery, meticulous design and attention to detail define the interior that is executed to perfection by the craftsmen at Cheoy Lee.
Comfortable accommodation for six adults and two children is housed within the interior of the Alpha 76 Flybridge. The full beam master stateroom has large hull side windows, which extend through into the ensuite head and cedar lined wardrobe. These bright spaces with sea views are the perfect places to unwind.
Lined in accented honeycomb core marble the master head includes a large Jacuzzi tub.
Two guest’s staterooms, one to port and one forward, each offer island double berths and ensuite heads. Spacious staterooms and heads with abundant storage allow your guests to feel right at home.
To starboard of the wood planked lower deck foyer, there is a day head and laundry room equipped with a washer dryer and fitted with linen storage lockers.
Two crew can be accommodated aft, with separate access to their self-contained quarters from the aft deck.
The galley, dining area, saloon and lower helm station are cleverly laid out on the main deck to maximize available space. Located aft, the galley opens out to the aft deck via sliding glass doors. Centrally located the galley effectively serves the dining area, aft deck, flybridge and foredeck seating areas.
Wide and comfortable stairs link the aft deck and the flybridge. The flybridge is fitted with a double helm seat at the central control station, lounge seating and an inviting sun deck aft.
The aft deck dining area and lounge sits immediately ahead of an island sun pad. Shade can be provided by an awning that powers out from a sleek compartment in the hardtop, and there is also the option of a 4-person hot tub beneath the sun pad.
More sunbathing areas are provided on the foredeck, in addition to comfortable sofa seating that can accommodate the entire party.
This is an exceptional opportunity to purchase a custom built motoryacht completed by one of New Zealand’s leading builders. Built from the hull of a sleek Swedish Navy Patrol Boat into a stylish expedition style explorer with the combination of functionality and modern fit-out.
The hull conversion commenced in 2014 with design by renowned New Zealand naval architect Kevin Dibley. Also involved are Interior Designers including Kit Carlier and New Zealand Structural Engineers working together to create this beautifully appointed motoryacht, with the vessel currently over 50% complete with the custom fit-out remaining. The build incorporates the latest strength and safety regulations plus surveyed to comply with the rigorous requirements of the Australian commercial vessel rules, NSCV 2B.
Explore the World with the Serenity 90′ Expedition from Cheoy Lee. A big, burly, no nonsense vessel that can go anywhere in comfort and style. Decades of Cheoy Lee experience in building offshore commercial vessels, ocean going tugs and world class motoryachts has allowed the creation of the Serenity 90′ Expedition, a motoryacht ready for adventure.
Representing Cheoy Lee motor yachts – City of Sails Marine in conjunction with SeaBoats – Contact Blair Harkness, Auckland, New Zealand. Mobile +64 21 245 8809
The collective skills of Cheoy Lee’s 140 year building heritage, crisp contemporary exterior lines by Michael Peters and interior design from Luiz deBasto bring to the market an exceptional new Express yacht.
State of the art engineering and components, and a thoroughbred hull form leave no doubt that this yacht has a strong focus on performance. Yet walk through the yacht’s lavish interior and all thoughts of the yacht’s aggressive performance characteristics melt away.
Following the Alpha 76 e=Express and Flybridge models, the Alpha 87’s increased volume boasts four staterooms below with formal dining, galley and salon on the main deck level. Her deBasto design interior is richly styled with tastefully placed high-end fixtures.
The Alpha 87 has excellent space planning, inclusive of a full beam master’s stateroom with king bed, settee, vanity and ensuite head. The hull windows provide excellent vistas, plenty of ambient light and an open airy feel in the stateroom, head and walk-in hanging locker.
The queen guest stateroom to port, twin stateroom to starboard and the VIP queen stateroom forward welcome your guests. Staterooms are well planned with abundant storage and ensuite heads and showers.
The lower deck is accessed via twin curved stairs ahead of the lower helm station.
Panoramic views contribute to safe navigation while underway but also add to the open feeling evoked throughout the yacht. The formal dining area is a focal point of the main deck. Centrally located aft of the helm station, it is designed to seat six comfortably, with easy access to the open plan galley.
Flanking the aft deck settee are twin stairs to the swim platform. Beneath the sun pad is the option of a four person hot tub.
Forward, along wide side decks you are led to a welcoming settee, for socializing while underway. Storage is abundant in the form of bow storage lockers.
The Sport designation of this model refers to her “Sport Bridge” design. This compact command centre enables the yacht to maintain her sporty profile while offering a fully functioning fly bridge. Configuration options include sofa seating and a wet bar, perfect for social gatherings. This is an area to pilot the yachts, or just to sit and enjoy the ride.
Access to the crew area is through a full size door leading down comfortable steps from the aft deck. The two stateroom crew quarters include a fully equipped galley and dinette.
UNWIND in the comfort of your own home on the water. Thoughtfully configured, carefully designed and magnificently executed, the sensation of space and comfort is inspiring. Choose your sanctuary from the many retreats this global 100 has to offer.
For 140 years, and five generations of family ownership, stands Cheoy Lee in a small but distinguished group of yacht builders whose dedication, experience and longevity is beyond doubt. Today Cheoy Lee’s annual output regularly exceeds 10,000 tonnes of vessels, destined for the world market.
All Cheoy Lee yachts are based on efficient and seaworthy hull forms. Naval architecture precedes and therefore dictates internal compartment volumes and available space, not vice versa. This uncompromising approach has earned Cheoy Lee a reputation among captains and owners alike for yachts that perform beyond expectations. At sea, comfort on board is a function of solid naval architectural principles, not excessive attention to interior volume that can lead quite to the contrary. Whether charging at 25 knots, or enjoying the yacht’s miserly consumption and two thousand mile range at a more sedate 10 knots, the Global 100 will deliver you in safety and comfort.
The Global 100 offers a relaxing and liveable accommodation plan. Four distinct internal living areas are offered by way of the welcoming salon, format dining area, panoramic upper sky lounge and the split level observation lounge. Outside there is the expanse of aft deck luxury, alfresco entertainment on the upper sun deck, wind in your hair at the fore deck seating area and water sports activities from the transom sport deck. The stateroom arrangement is equally versatile. Two master staterooms enable owners to choose between the on deck suites with panoramic views, or a luxurious full beam lower master, both with extravagant ensuite head facilities. Twin ensuite VIP staterooms are accessed via a grand central staircase and majestic 55 square foot lower foyer. Five crew are housed comfortably in three staterooms aft, with a dinette and galley for self sufficiency.
As one of the first shipyards to use fibreglass in the 1950’s, Cheoy Lee continues to be a leader in the field today, with constant advances in resin infused, vinylester foam sandwich composites. The Global 100 is resin infused throughout, right down to the internal soles, bulkheads, even as far as the furniture mouldings, that are later clad with sumptuous wood veneers. With structural engineering by High Modulus, in accordance with Det Norske Veritas classification requirements, stress and weight is maintained. As has always been the way, Cheoy Lee yachts built for both commercial and pleasure purposes are built to last.
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Experience, design, engineering and technical ability are unquantifiable components of every builder, although a yardstick to gauge the success of a shipyard would be the level of repeat orders. In 2008, 60% of yachts under construction were for individuals, who had built one or more yachts with Cheoy Lee in the past. In the commercial division, the figure was close to 90%. Cheoy Lee is proud to have earned the trust of their many satisfied customers.
Cheoy Lee motor yachts are represented in NZ by City of Sails Marine in conjunction with SeaBoats – Contact Blair Harkness, Auckland, New Zealand. Mobile +64 21 245 8809