Cheoy Lee 46 LRC
Available only on the used market, the Cheoy Lee 46 LRC has the distinction of being the smallest double deck production yacht ever built. This means that the boat has quite a lot of superstructure and will tend to roll more than normal. She is constructed on a solid fiberglass hull with a deep keel that protects the running gear. Her floorplan is arranged with the galley, the salon and the pilothouse on the upper level with three staterooms and the engine room below. The engine room has stand-up clearance and normal power was the 120hp Lehman diesel engines. Because of the full side decks the salon is not very roomy. Aft in the salon is the staircase leading to the master stateroom. Having so much room, this boat can be acquired for a reasonable price, but it will need stabilizers.
SPECIFICATIONS
 
Length..............45'11"
LengthWL...........42'0"
Beam.................14'8"
Draft ..................4'8"
Weight ...........49,200#
Clearance .............N/A
Water ...........510 Cals.
Fuel .............820 Gals.
Hull Type ..Displacement
Designer ............C.Lee
Production .......1978-81

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