One of the longest running yacht shipyards, Cheoy Lee Yachts was established in 1870 and has built over 5,000 vessels since. Currently specializing in customized, private, luxury motoryachts (including teak sailing yachts) and commercial vessels. Their main shipyard on the Pearl River at Doumen, China, can produce superyachts over 200 feet in length.
As a “shipbuilder to the world,” Cheoy Lee has ISO 9001: 2008 certification and multiple classification society approvals, routinely building in steel, fiberglass, and aluminum. Employing the renowned structural engineering firm SP-High Modulus, Cheoy Lee benefits from cutting edge structural analysis. They are one of the most technically advanced shipyards in the world resulting in one of the highest retention rates in the industry.
Cheoy Lee offers models from sport yachts to long range expedition yachts. The Cheoy Lee Alpha Series (Cheoy Lee Alpha 76 Express and Cheoy Lee Alpha 76 Express Flybridge) are nimble yachts outfitted with the latest design and innovative technology. The express cruiser tops out in excess of 35 knots and can luxuriously accommodate six adults plus crew. The Cheoy Lee Bravo Series motoryachts offer fuel efficiency, responsiveness with a dry ride and virtually no pounding. The yachts in this series range from the Cheoy Lee Bravo 56 to the Cheoy Lee Bravo 95.
The Cheoy Lee Global Series incorporates affordability into high quality superyachts without sacrificing individuality with the Global 100 Motor Yacht and the Global 118 Motor Yacht. The Serenity Series offers unprecedented seaworthiness, engineering, and reliability in a contemporary design. The Serenity Series yachts range from the Cheoy Lee Serenity 61 to the Cheoy Lee Serenity 90 Expedition. Finally, the Marco Polo Series was created by MCC, designed by Ron Holland, and built by Cheoy Lee as trans-ocean explorers with a range of 6,600 nautical miles at 10 knots.