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Available for SaleSinatra72' 1988 Cheoy Lee 

1988 72 Cheoy Lee Motor Yacht - Sinatra yacht for sale. Schedule to see this “Above Average” 72-foot Cheoy Lee motor yacht. The re-done Teak & Holly Floors, seat cushion Upholstery and paint on the foredeck make this older-style Yacht stand out. You’ll be ready for hosting and entertaining in the aft bar area with Flexible seating in the Galley/dining area to suit your needs. This yacht is a world-class cruising dream. The twin Detroit 12-71 diesel motors with 750+ hrs ( 675 hp each ) is the workhorse of the marine industry.

  • 2 Garmin chart plotters with radar
  • 2 VHF radios
  • Satellite antenna
  • Simrad Robertson AP-72 autopilot
  • Naiad 254 Stabilizers - Rebuilt 5/2020
  • 2 New battery chargers with new batteries
  • Fuel transfer system
  • 2 - 20kw WesterBeke gen sets
  • New teak and holly floors
  • 4 Freezers
  • 2 Refrigerators
  • 5 Vacuflush heads
  • Master head with double sink
  • 3 New TVs
  • Shower and jacuzzi tub
  • 8 AC units
  • 3 Staterooms
  • Aft bar with wine cooler and icemaker
  • High-end dining and coffee tables with adjustable height feature
  • Extensive storage
  • New tint on all exterior windows
  • New stereo with amp and 4 speaker zones
  • Huge salon
  • Enclosed cockpit
  • Dingy davit lift
  • Spare props, and more....looks the part of this world-class cruising yacht.

26 North Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Galati Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


LOA: 72' (22 m)
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Capacity: 1,620 gal (6,133 L)
Fresh Water Capacity: 610 gal (2,310 L)
Location: Florida, Madeira Beach, United States
Build Year: 1988
Builder: Cheoy Lee
Model: 72 Fast Motor Yacht
Type: Motor Yachts
Cruising Speed: 14 Knots
Max Speed: 18 Knots



The interior layout sleeps up to 7 guests in 3 rooms, including a master suite with a garden tub included with the head, and VIP staterooms both forward and aft. Timeless styling, beautiful furnishings, and Ample built-in Cushion seating throughout create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere.


  • Sealed teak flooring
  • Built-in wrap-around seating for 6 with ample storage
  • Bar area with sink, ice maker, trash compactor, wine refrigerator, drink refrigerators.
  • Wrap Around cushioned seating thru-out.


  • New Teak & Holly floors
  • Forward salon storage for the display of China and Glass Stemware
  • Large windows thru-out the salon starboard, aft, and port
  • Custom marble dining table that seats 6


  • Newer Teak & Holly Floors
  • A True galley kitchen
  • Large sink
  • Pantry closet
  • Lots of cabinet space
  • 4 Burner glass top cooktop burner
  • G.E. Microwave
  • 2 Virtro-Frigo refrigerators
  • 4 Virtro-Frigo freezerstyle

Master Stateroom

  • Beam to beam master with king-size bed
  • Built-in dressers
  • 2 Cedar lined closets
  • Ensuite head
  • 40” Smart TV

Master Head

  • Huge master suite head with double sink
  • Sunken Whirlpool jacuzzi tub.
  • Vacu- Flush head

Starboard Stateroom - Forward

  • Built-in drawers between beds
  • Cedar lined closet
  • Jack n Jill head
  • 3 Single berths with Pullman

Aft Stateroom

  • Separate aft entrance
  • Queen size bed
  • Separate head
  • Built-in drawers on either side of the bed
  • Cedar lined closets

Day Head

  • Midship step down from salon

Pilothouse & Helm

  • Newer recovered 2 helm chairs
  • Satellite antenna
  • Simrad Robertson AP-72 autopilot
  • Naiad 254 Stabilizers - Rebuilt 5/2020
  • 2 New battery chargers
  • New batteries
  • Fuel transfer system
  • Side doors leading to exterior wing stations for unobstructed views while docking
  • Glendening engine synchronizer
  • Glendinning hydraulic controls

Sky Lounge

  • Teak coffee table
  • Wrap around cushioned seating
  • Large 360 view widows for spectacular views


  • Depth sounder – Datamarine 3030
  • Radar – Raymarine R L-70 and L-760
  • GPS Integrated Map Garmin 4210 / Garmin 5208
  • Log-speedometer
  • TV – 37” Vizio and 24” Flat Screen
  • Navigation center
  • Yamaha and Sony Stereo AM/FM/ VCR/DVD player
  • Auto-Pilot – Simrad, Robertson A/P 72
  • Radio
  • Compass – Danforth 6”
  • 4 - Cockpit speakers
  • Wind speed and direction indicator
  • Chamberlain intercom system
  • Barometer
  • Clock

Electrical System

  • Shore Power Inlet/Cord – Two 50 Amp/250 Volt Inlets
  • 110V AC Power
  • 24V DC Power
  • 20Kw Westerbeke Generator - 40 hour
  • 20Kw Westerbeke Generator - 320 hours
  • 24V /4- 8 D’s
  • Over Current Protection- Circuit Breakers
  • Charging System - Twin Sentry Unit 1- 12 Volt 1-24 Volt

Mechanical Equipment

  • 8 A/C units
  • Air conditioning room
  • Electric windlass

Engine Room

  • Twin Detroit 1271-TI with 675HP
  • Home of both Westerbeke generators

Aft Deck

  • Newer recovered cockpit cushions
  • Swimming ladder
  • Swim platform


  • Inflatable life raft


  • Hydraulic Stabilizers with two Spade Type FRP Stabilizer fins with stainless steel posts
  • Hydraulic Trim Tabs with plastic actuators and stainless steel planes.
  • Fin Keel
  • Skeg Rudder
  • Full Displacement


  • Dinghy and motor are not included

Brokeru0027s Remarks

Cheoy Lee’s origins began in a Shanghai shipyard that opened in 1870 to build and repair steam-powered vessels. In 1936, the founding family (which still operates Cheoy Lee today) moved the shipyard to Hong Kong, then a British colony, building power cargo vessels designed to outrun the Japanese blockade. By the mid-1950s, the shipyard branched out into the construction of teak sailing and motor yachts, designed by notable naval architects. Ultimately, luxury yachts became about 90 percent of its output, although the shipyard has continued to build large commercial vessels to the present day.

Throughout the 1960s and ’70s, Cheoy Lee pioneered the use of GRP construction technology, launching the 39.62-meter motor sailor Shango II – the largest composite yacht of its time – in 1977. Two years later came the introduction of the Cheoy Lee 48’ Sport Yacht, the first all-foam-cored production yacht.

In 1999, Cheoy Lee opened its main shipyard on the Pearl River in Doumen. This facility gives the company the capability to produce luxury yachts and ships up to 60 meters in length.

A versatile builder, Cheoy Lee offers several semi-custom luxury yacht series, including its Alpha performance yacht range, Bravo raised pilothouse motor yacht range, Serenity luxury cruising yacht range and the Explorer superyacht series. The shipyard is unusual in that it specializes in steel, aluminum and composite construction, as wells as utilizing combinations of these materials.

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