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GREAT NEWS!!

Not a single scratch from Hurricane Irma!

Video-proof upon request.

"CHISMOSA" is a 1983, 53' Cheoy Lee sailing yacht.

This beautiful classic yacht has been brought back to life after a 5 year refit completed in late 2014.

No expense was spared to bring this beautiful yacht back to its splendor.

ALL SYSTEMS were replaced.  New plumbing throughout, New wiring throughout, New generator, New appliances, New Yanmar engine in 2014, etc. etc.

The only thing missing is your selection of today's latest electronics for the helm.

But these are just the technical details.  It's the charm and warmth of the interior that will comfort you at anchor.  It's the excitement of a performance cruising yacht that will bring smiles to everyone's face.

CHISMOSA is a 53 Cheoy Lee 1983 Superyacht located at the Waterways Marina in Aventura, 20 minutes south of Fort Lauderdale.

 


Additional Details

DIMENSIONS AND DETAILS

Chimosa is a 53 Cheoy Lee 1983 superyacht located in the waters of Miami, Florida.  She is powered by one Yanmar and has four staterooms and is ready for new owners.  Seller will consider trade with real estate property in the Miami area.

Dimensions
  • LOA: 53 ft 0 in
  • Beam: 14 ft 1 in
  • LWL: 41 ft 0 in
  • Bridge Clearance: 68 ft
  • Minimum Draft: 8 ft 6 in
  • Displacement: 45000 lbs
  • Headroom: 6 ft 5 in

 

 

 

ACCOMMODATIONS
  • Number of single berths: 4
  • Number of double berths: 1
  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of heads: 2
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
  • Totally New Electrical Circuit: 110 V / 60 Hz
  • New circuit breaker panel with additional breakers.
  • Two new automatic 40 Ah battery chargers.
  • Six new bilge pumps.
  • LED lights everywhere.
  • Two new Air Conditioning Systems (12,000 and 16,000 btu)
  • Replacement Kohler 8 kW Generator with low hours
  • Electric Windlass
  • Dock with ease with a Bow Thruster.  Even backing into a slip is a cinch.
SAILS

Considering the sails are the originals ones, we asked Doyle Sailmakers to assess their condition ~

On April 26, 2017, a representative from Doyle Sailmakers visited the boat at Waterways Marina to perform an "installed" inspection of the sails.  The mainsail and mizzen were inspected while flaked on the boom, allowing good inspection of the leech, luff, tack and clew but preventing a thorough inspection of the head and body of the sail.  The genoa was unrolled and examined while luffing in 5 knots of breeze, allowing for a distant, visual inspection of the whole sail.  The following observations were made:

MAINSAIL

Overall the fabric seems to have maintained integrity despite its age.  The leech of the sail is typically the first to weaken and tear from sun damage and flex fatigue from flogging.  No significant deterioration was observed.  Two places in the leech did not tear after moderate force was applied.  There were signs of on-going maintenance in the form of re-stitched seams and replaced luff slides.  The clew of the sail has some sun damage, most likely from sticking a few inches out of the boom cover and needs a new clew webbing and possibly some additional reinforcement.

MIZZEN

The mizzen's condition is very similar to the mainsails with good fabric integrity, on-going maintenance performed and some sun damage at the clew.  The mizzen fabric is of a lighter weight than the mainsails so normal wear and tear has made is somewhat weaker and I would recommend some slight leech reinforcement before serious sailing is undertaken

GENOA

The genoa is approximately a 115% high-clewed sail.  Like the other two sails the fabric seems to have good integrity and no damage was observed on the sail.  The UV suncover (White Sunbrella) has aged and requires restitching or replacement.

 

 

 

 

 

RECENT UPGRADES
  • All portholes restored with new glass and gaskets.
  • New heads with new Jabsco toilets.
  • Entirely new galley (fridge, freezer, microwave)
  • New upholstery, roof liner, mattresses and settees.
  • Hydraulic steering totally redone.
  • New fenders, fresh bottom paint, zincs and much much more.
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.customContactInformation

Listing Agent:  George Ottoni

513.677.5338

Managing Broker

Contact - George Ottoni
The Multihull Company

Located in Hollywood Beach, FL

US CELL: +1-513-677-5338
Office Phone: +1-215-508-2704
Email: George@multihullcompany.com
View George Ottoni's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

1983

Length

53 ft

Location

Florida

Price

139,900

Status

Sale Pending

Make

Cheoy Lee

Model

Wittholz 53

Name

CHISMOSA

Additional Specs

Keel

Fin Keel

Engines

Make: YANMAR

Model: 4JH4TE

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 75|horsepower

Year: 2014

Hours: 100

Location:



About This Boat

GREAT NEWS!!

Not a single scratch from Hurricane Irma!

Video-proof upon request.

"CHISMOSA" is a 1983, 53' Cheoy Lee sailing yacht.

This beautiful classic yacht has been brought back to life after a 5 year refit completed in late 2014.

No expense was spared to bring this beautiful yacht back to its splendor.

ALL SYSTEMS were replaced.  New plumbing throughout, New wiring throughout, New generator, New appliances, New Yanmar engine in 2014, etc. etc.

The only thing missing is your selection of today's latest electronics for the helm.

But these are just the technical details.  It's the charm and warmth of the interior that will comfort you at anchor.  It's the excitement of a performance cruising yacht that will bring smiles to everyone's face.

CHISMOSA is a 53 Cheoy Lee 1983 Superyacht located at the Waterways Marina in Aventura, 20 minutes south of Fort Lauderdale.

 


Additional Details

DIMENSIONS AND DETAILS

Chimosa is a 53 Cheoy Lee 1983 superyacht located in the waters of Miami, Florida.  She is powered by one Yanmar and has four staterooms and is ready for new owners.  Seller will consider trade with real estate property in the Miami area.

Dimensions
  • LOA: 53 ft 0 in
  • Beam: 14 ft 1 in
  • LWL: 41 ft 0 in
  • Bridge Clearance: 68 ft
  • Minimum Draft: 8 ft 6 in
  • Displacement: 45000 lbs
  • Headroom: 6 ft 5 in

 

 

 

ACCOMMODATIONS
  • Number of single berths: 4
  • Number of double berths: 1
  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of heads: 2
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
  • Totally New Electrical Circuit: 110 V / 60 Hz
  • New circuit breaker panel with additional breakers.
  • Two new automatic 40 Ah battery chargers.
  • Six new bilge pumps.
  • LED lights everywhere.
  • Two new Air Conditioning Systems (12,000 and 16,000 btu)
  • Replacement Kohler 8 kW Generator with low hours
  • Electric Windlass
  • Dock with ease with a Bow Thruster.  Even backing into a slip is a cinch.
SAILS

Considering the sails are the originals ones, we asked Doyle Sailmakers to assess their condition ~

On April 26, 2017, a representative from Doyle Sailmakers visited the boat at Waterways Marina to perform an "installed" inspection of the sails.  The mainsail and mizzen were inspected while flaked on the boom, allowing good inspection of the leech, luff, tack and clew but preventing a thorough inspection of the head and body of the sail.  The genoa was unrolled and examined while luffing in 5 knots of breeze, allowing for a distant, visual inspection of the whole sail.  The following observations were made:

MAINSAIL

Overall the fabric seems to have maintained integrity despite its age.  The leech of the sail is typically the first to weaken and tear from sun damage and flex fatigue from flogging.  No significant deterioration was observed.  Two places in the leech did not tear after moderate force was applied.  There were signs of on-going maintenance in the form of re-stitched seams and replaced luff slides.  The clew of the sail has some sun damage, most likely from sticking a few inches out of the boom cover and needs a new clew webbing and possibly some additional reinforcement.

MIZZEN

The mizzen's condition is very similar to the mainsails with good fabric integrity, on-going maintenance performed and some sun damage at the clew.  The mizzen fabric is of a lighter weight than the mainsails so normal wear and tear has made is somewhat weaker and I would recommend some slight leech reinforcement before serious sailing is undertaken

GENOA

The genoa is approximately a 115% high-clewed sail.  Like the other two sails the fabric seems to have good integrity and no damage was observed on the sail.  The UV suncover (White Sunbrella) has aged and requires restitching or replacement.

 

 

 

 

 

RECENT UPGRADES
  • All portholes restored with new glass and gaskets.
  • New heads with new Jabsco toilets.
  • Entirely new galley (fridge, freezer, microwave)
  • New upholstery, roof liner, mattresses and settees.
  • Hydraulic steering totally redone.
  • New fenders, fresh bottom paint, zincs and much much more.
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.customContactInformation

Listing Agent:  George Ottoni

513.677.5338

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - George Ottoni
The Multihull Company

Located in Hollywood Beach, FL

US CELL: +1-513-677-5338
Office Phone: +1-215-508-2704
Email: George@multihullcompany.com
View George Ottoni's Profile
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