Oct 6th 2014 -
Free Cheoy Lee 1977 Clipper 33 for
restoration project, engine and sails serviceable, has been
out in weather for years but hull in good shape.
Located in Quincy, Mass. Contact Jerry for pictures
G.P.Connors SAMS AMS#969, HMC&E
2014 - We have added a nice little history of Cheoy Lee
submitted by David Toombs from Lion Yachts. David was
responsible for many of the Cheoy Lee's coming to the US
market. Read David's comments on our
2014 We had a great article on the Clipper 36 sent to us.
Click here to read
Rupert Reed has a website on the Vertue's
April 13 We have a new 52' Fexas member, got the
following email, james
If you link to
woodiesrestorations.com under "current work" you
will find "83 Midnight Lace" and this has a running timeline
of the full restoration of this rarest of rare Cheoy Lee
projects. Each one of the 11 of this model that were built
was entirely hand-built and each one slightly different as
each was custom-made. All hardware is bronze and all
cabinetry is solid Teak. All joinery including the dovetail
joints on the drawers is hand-cut!
Of the thousands of designs created by Tom Fexas this was
his "first and finest" in his words; designed to reflect the
commuter yachts of the 1920's and utilizing the design
principles of the light, sleek and fast PT boats of WW II.
Here is what I believe is a complete list of all the OS50s
built by Cheoy Lee (and one hull built of steel in Holland)
as created (for the most part) by Neil Helleberg of the
Alden office, just before he closed it down and the plans
were all sent to M.I.T. The printed material is from N.H.,
while the penciled notes are mine. As you can see, there
were variations on the main theme (full keel, aft cockpit)
but there were more than 20 hulls built. Albert
Lingelbach aboard "Lady Ann"
for PDF file submitted by Al
Jan 2013 I have
finally started a page for owners that have either crossed
an ocean or circumnavigated.
Click here for page.
Contact us if you fall into either of these categories.
Thanks for Visiting and smooth