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Old 02-26-2018, 05:39 PM   #5101
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Too many doublers, no engine room pics but pretty, for sure.
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Old 02-26-2018, 05:43 PM   #5102
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Too many doublers, no engine room pics but pretty, for sure.
What are " doublers " please?
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Old 02-26-2018, 06:19 PM   #5103
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Reminds me very much of this old girl, She is available in Mass I think...same lines.

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What are " doublers " please?
Hull patches?
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Old 02-27-2018, 12:00 AM   #5105
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hi,

I became curious about your comment, I also looked at Bertram 46 "Bahama" boat and Wow! I would not have thought about how smart lay out and this individual was in fine shape.

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Old 02-27-2018, 01:34 AM   #5106
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What style! Lovely interior and a great medium speed engine (900 rpm max), great fuel economy, probably 3gph at 8 knots.
But the bottom plate is suspect, probably thin. I see quite a few doublers as well as some washboarding aft. The plate wasnít too thick to start with at 6 and 8mm on the bottom when built nearly 50 years ago.
And I donít like the twin bunk master cabin.
That makes it overpriced, Iím afraid.
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Old 02-27-2018, 02:06 AM   #5107
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I suspect the guy in the pics was a midget and they used a magic camera.
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Old 02-27-2018, 05:50 AM   #5108
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Old 02-27-2018, 06:29 AM   #5109
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What are " doublers " please?
They are basically areas on the hull where another layer of steel has been welded to repair damage to the hull. I just learned that term myself.
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Old 02-27-2018, 07:21 AM   #5110
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Old 02-28-2018, 09:30 AM   #5111
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This sure is a pretty boat. Would make a good liveaboard and should be good offshore I suppose. I wish I could talk my wife into selling the house and moving aboard this boat, but sheís not ready for that commitment yet.

For a boat this size, age and complexity I would have to live aboard to keep everything running and ship shape I think. I canít seem to keep up with things on my current fairly simple boat. [emoji51]

Those big DD engines look scary to me, but maybe just because Iím unfamiliar. Are they hard to work on? Super thirsty? If money was no object it would be nice to swap in a couple of Deere engines, like OC Diver did on his awesome refit.

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This sure is a pretty boat. Would make a good liveaboard and should be good offshore I suppose. I wish I could talk my wife into selling the house and moving aboard this boat, but sheís not ready for that commitment yet.

For a boat this size, age and complexity I would have to live aboard to keep everything running and ship shape I think. I canít seem to keep up with things on my current fairly simple boat. [emoji51]

Those big DD engines look scary to me, but maybe just because Iím unfamiliar. Are they hard to work on? Super thirsty? If money was no object it would be nice to swap in a couple of Deere engines, like OC Diver did on his awesome refit.

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The DD’s will probably give a mpg at hull speed and last for 6000+ hrs if maintained. 325hp for those blocks is very low.

If you repower and remove 1000’s of pounds of motor, you will have to ballast to replace it or, at minimum have an NA calculate the Righting Moment to seeif it is OK
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This sure is a pretty boat. Would make a good liveaboard and should be good offshore I suppose. I wish I could talk my wife into selling the house and moving aboard this boat, but she’s not ready for that commitment yet.

For a boat this size, age and complexity I would have to live aboard to keep everything running and ship shape I think. I can’t seem to keep up with things on my current fairly simple boat. [emoji51]

Those big DD engines look scary to me, but maybe just because I’m unfamiliar. Are they hard to work on? Super thirsty? If money was no object it would be nice to swap in a couple of Deere engines, like OC Diver did on his awesome refit.

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Hi, very nice "ship" looking boat, The yellow color Hull is surprisingly stylish on this boat from me. Huge space and certainly good seakeaping. Unfortunately, too much work to keep fresh, I understand your wife


i rememeber UK is very nice prise Cheoy lee 47' 1987 for sale about 126000$ Cheoy Lee Trawler 47, Motor Boat | Liverpool Boat Sales

And more info and pictures PDF link http://www.liverpoolboatsales.co.uk/...0/11000490.pdf



Rare model, only three built this series and this is Hull 3. The boat was originally sold for the American Market before being shipped to the Mediterrean where she was berthed for a number of years.


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Old 02-28-2018, 10:52 AM   #5115
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Mr. c. Yup. Nice boat. "Creative" description in the write up: " Stainless reinforcements were added to the salon ceiling to eliminate the sagging boat deck". They eliminated but didn't actually fix the sagging deck, they propped it up. Stainless tubing DOES look better than a 2"x4". Not terribly fussy on the floor covering either. I know, I know...everybody's a critic.


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Mr. c. Yup. Nice boat. "Creative" description in the write up: " Stainless reinforcements were added to the salon ceiling to eliminate the sagging boat deck". They eliminated but didn't actually fix the sagging deck, they propped it up. Stainless tubing DOES look better than a 2"x4". Not terribly fussy on the floor covering either. I know, I know...everybody's a critic.


I agree with RTF. Also note the water damage below the portholes, 14 yrs since the engine rebuild at 18 yrs old, 1/2 of a swim grid, generally dated interior finishes. Still, a nice looking boat.
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Old 02-28-2018, 12:47 PM   #5117
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....since we're nitpicking.... The description says "rigorous modernization"....but doesn't say when. There's no electronics on the bridge and those on the lower helm look pretty dated. Still a very nice boat and what looks like a very reasonable price.
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What style! Lovely interior and a great medium speed engine (900 rpm max), great fuel economy, probably 3gph at 8 knots.
But the bottom plate is suspect, probably thin. I see quite a few doublers as well as some washboarding aft. The plate wasnít too thick to start with at 6 and 8mm on the bottom when built nearly 50 years ago.
And I donít like the twin bunk master cabin.
That makes it overpriced, Iím afraid.
It doesn't make sense to me. Everything else about that boat screams checkbook open. Except maybe having a Gardner and not a single picture of it. Maybe its a mechanical nightmare.

I can tell you this, just looking at the thing makes me want to do stupid things like sell the house.
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Old 02-28-2018, 05:26 PM   #5120
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I can tell you this, just looking at the thing makes me want to do stupid things like sell the house.


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