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2012 84' Cheoy Lee Bravo
Cockpit Motor Yacht

Caterpillar C-32 diesel engines w/2050 hrs
Wide 20' Full With Beam and shallow 5'5" Draft, TNT Lift

Stabilizers, Bow Thruster, Ceramic Coated Exterior

Asking $1,900,000

Miami, FL
Contact Randall Burg, 954 870 3667

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Engine Hours:  2050

Power:  1600 hp

Drive Type:  Direct Drive

Propeller Type:  5 blade

Propeller Material:  Bronze

Caterpillar C-32 (Engine 2)


Length Overall:  84 ft

Beam:  20 ft 2 in

Minimum Draft:  5 ft 5 in

Speed Cruising Speed:  20 kn at rpm

Hull Speed:  24 kn at rpm

Liferaft Capacity:  8


Fuel:  (2700 gal)

Fresh Water:  (1100 gal)

Holding:  (300 gal)


Single Berths: 2

Cabins: 3

Heads: 5

Flag of Registry: United States

Designer: Tom Fexus

Builder: Cheoy Lee

Cheoy Lee, known for their quality-build, and with new bottom paint, she is ready to travel.

She is of proper size to accommodate both family and friends in two king staterooms and one queen stateroom. Crew quarters, with a lounge and two berths, provide accommodations for the captain and mate.

There is a day head off the large open galley.

Complementing the galley is a breakfast bar and Island prep station. A large aft deck expanded cockpit with a stowed crane for loading jet skis, electric bikes, etc., along with a TNT lift ensures easy handling of all the toys.

The flybridge with Isinglass enclosures, includes A/C and heat, which makes for a great gathering spot.

The bow is appointed with lounging sun pads.

Port and starboard boarding doors provide for easy access when docked. Generous and secure walk‐around side decks add to the comfort of this vessel.

 The Cheoy Lee is an exceptional vessel. Her design features a fine bow section, which presents a comfortable entry into a standing sea, and her stabilizers improve the ride for all aboard.

Her generous beam, water line length, balanced running gear and underbody, bow and stern thrusters are features that any Captain would appreciate.

The engine room and access to the various systems, makes managing the maintenance and operation of the vessel a pleasure.

Her numerous interior appointments provide all the comforts an owner would expect, whether entertaining for the evening or extended travel.

In the Cheoy Lee tradition, the hardware and fittings are massively built, and fit is always a priority. Her woodwork is exactly what one would expect in a fine yacht.


  • Stainless steel framed sliding glass door from aft mid-level deck

  • Port and starboard settees with entertainment system to starboard 

  • Entertaining bar to starboard with granite top, refrigerator and bottle storage under, and bar stools.

  • Round dining table to port (seats 6)

  • Generous stemware storage adjacent to dining and bar

  • Excellent visibility from salon and entertainment areas

  • The day head is off the companionway and the galley

  • Starboard access from galley to side-deck and bow

  • Starboard access to flybridge

Galley Features

  • GE stainless steel oven

  • GE four burner eeramic cooktop

  • GE stainless steel microwave

  • GE stainless steel side‐by‐side refrigerator/freezer with ice dispenser

  • GE stainless steel dishwasher

  • Kenmore Elite trash compactor

  • Stainless steel double sink

  • Full height sliding pantry cabinet

  • Pantry closet adjacent to galley

  • Generous cabinetry and drawer space

  • Excellent counter space for food prep

  • Work island makes for a great gathering spot

  • Stainless steel Sub‐Zero refrigerator drawers (3)

  • Stainless steel Sub‐Zero freezer drawers (3)

  • Forward-facing Breakfast Bar

Master Stateroom and Head

  • King berth with storage under

  • Single cedar lined closet (on back surface)

  • Walk‐in closet with cedar lining (on single wall) with secure safe

  • Large settee

  • In-suite Entertainment Systems Management

  • Stall shower with granite walls and floor

  • Large head with vanity, cabinetry / storage, electric toilet and over-sized shower

  • Emergency access to main engine room

VIP Guest Stateroom and Head


  • King island berth

  • Vanity dressing table to starboard

  • Fabric above bed and on TV wall

  • Large fabric settee to port

  • Wardrobe, cedar lined on back surface with mirror on door

  • Built-in drawer and storage cabinetry

  • Fixed large oval ports

  • In-suite Entertainment Systems Management

  • Speaker Craft ceiling speakers

  • Crestron Prodigy Amp

  • Crestron Prodigy Control System


  • Stall shower

  • Granite shower walls, countertop and floor

  • Electric head

  • Generous storage

Lower Foyer to Forward Guest Stateroom

  • 27" Stack up washer/dryer

  • Utility storage cabinet

  • Access to deep storage bilge area, hot water heater and watermaker

Forward Stateroom and Head


  • Queen berth

  • Vanity unit with mirror and cabinetry

  • Valance and floor lights with control switch

  • Wardrobe cedar lined on back surface, with mirror on door

  • Stainless steel framed ventilation hatch with shade


  • Vanity and cabinetry

  • Stall shower

  • Electric head 

Crew Stateroom, Lounge and Head


  • Upper and lower berths

  • Wardrobe cedar lined on back surface


  • Crew lounge with upholstered settee and corian table top

  • Cabinet with corian top

  • Stainless steel U‐LINE refrigerator

  • Stainless Sharp microwave oven

  • Access to rear lower deck

  • Access to main engine room


  • GALLEY MAID electric head (freshwater flush)

  • Stall shower


  • MATHERS MC20002 electronic engine controls

  • TELEFLEX/HYNAUTIC hydraulic power steering

  • Fiberglass radar arch with integral fiberglass hardtop. Flush mounted lighting,   including red night lights (2)

  • ACR 100 quartz halogen search light

  • Twin trumpet air horn

  • Life Raft 8‐man with chocks & hydrostatic release, mounted

  • STIDD helmsman's seats (2)

  • Stainless steel framed tempered glass sliding hatch covering staircase to salon

  • Stainless rail around upper aft deck 1‐3/4" (top rail only). Length 48' 6"

  • Lounge seat with storage under foam cushions

  • Teak high gloss table with hi‐lo stainless steel pedestals

  • Corian bar top, sink with hot and cold faucet, fresh water washdown hose bib,,   refrigerator and U‐Line icemaker

  • Four bar stools with Sunbrella sapphire blue upholstery with stainless‐steel pedestals

  • Portside island cabinet, with storage lockers and Fire Magic 24" custom gourmet grill, with space for two propane tanks in cabinet

  • One A/C unit with directable eyeball vents at helm

  • Drop down overhead TV weather tight fiberglass cabinet

  • Large deck lounge area


  • Sun pad cushion 3 pieces Sunbrella sapphire moca style

  • Removable fiberglass table over hatch

  • 177 amp‐hour battery, 24vDC, (stored in forward stateroom below) for windlass service

  • Ground Tackle: Vertical anchor windlass, MAXWELL VWC 4000 (hydraulic) with ⅜" chain wheel and rope capstan, deck pipe and chain stopper. Local controls with remote at both helm stations • 110 lb. Bruce type anchor stowed on roller assembly on bow • 30 fathoms of ⅜" high test galvanized chain

  • Walkway lighting on side deck overhangs

  • Fresh water anchor washdown spigot

  • Foredeck storage with twin flush access hatches

  • Stainless steel bollards

  • Stainless steel fairleads

  • Stainless steel rails 1.25" with mid rail forward

  • Stainless steel burgee flag staff on bow rail

  • Navigation lights

  • Boarding gates port and starboard

  • Step plates located at deck entrances

Aft Mid-Level Deck

  • Molded fiberglass steps to flybridge

  • Adhesion style teak aft deck, lower deck steps, flybridge steps

  • Painted non‐skid deck and stairs to flybridge

  • Overhead lights

  • Molded fiberglass seating with cushion

  • Corian bar top, sink with hot and cold faucet, fresh-water wash-down hose bib, U‐LINE refrigerator and icemaker

  • Top loading freezer

  • Stairs to lower aft deck with step lights and stainless‐steel gate

  • Weather tight fiberglass cabinet for 32" TV

  • 23" HD all weather LCD TV

Aft Deck / Sports Access

  • Painted nonskid deck and stairs to aft deck

  • Stainless steel swim ladder

  • Stainless steel U‐shaped rails (hinged/removable)

  • Fresh water shower (hot and cold water)

  • Watertight door to crew quarters

  • Locker for shore services, shore power transformer and television inlets

  • Hinged cleats port and starboard

  • Storage locker with watertight door

  • Folding crane

Lower Aft Deck / Cockpit Utility Features

  • Live bait well

  • Transom door starboard side

  • 1200 lb. davit in cockpit, enclosed with hinged coaming lid

  • Molded fiberglass bolt on style swim platform with bank on circumference

  • Ten underwater Ocean LED lights (4 on transom, 3 port side and 3 starboard side)

  • Two fish boxes (removable)

  • Support for fighting chair


  • 220/110v, 60Hz AC and 24/12vDC electrical panels, main panels in engine room and sub‐panels throughout vessel

  • ACR 100 searchlight with dual station remote control

  • Two 24vDC 245Ah 8D AGM battery banks for engine starting and ship service

  • Battery parallel system at both helm stations

  • Two 24vDC 60A battery chargers

  • Two 12vDC 175‐amp hour battery banks for generator starting

  • 12vDC 20A battery charger

  • 50‐amp VANNER 12vDC equalizer with 12vDC 120‐amp hour battery and 12 spare 24/12vDC circuit breakers in sub‐panel for electronic use

  • One 24vDC 198Ah 4D AGM battery bank for LED lighting circuit

  • GLENDINNING Cablemaster shore power cable retrieval system, for 230vAC 100A service, with 100' cable

  • Shore telephone inlet, with 100' cable

  • Shore cable television inlet, with 100' cable

  • Copper bonding system, connecting all through hull fittings and major metal   components to exterior hull zinc anodes

  • Isolation transformer (25 kVA), for shore power system

  • Dyna‐Plate grounding plate and strap to pilothouse and flybridge ground terminal boards

  • Voltmeters and ammeters for supply circuits

  • Generating set/ shore power selector switches and shore power polarity indicator 

  • LCD touch screen control / alarm monitoring system with audible and visual signals displayed on Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) located at helm for generator


•Garmin Fantom 56 open array & pedestal • (2) Garmin 8417 17" multi‐functional displays

  • Garmin AIS 600

  •  Garmin GM120 display

  • WS‐220WX weather station

  • Black Box Radar/Chart Plotter 12kw, 72 n.m.

  • Antenna Radar 6'

  • Depth

  • Speed

  • Trip odometer

  • Wind Instrument

  • Powerboat weather station sensor PB150

  • GPS antenna

  • Furuno Auto Pilot, 511

  • (2) ICOM VHF M504A

  • (2) Hailer Horn (Speco) SPC40RP

  •  KVH: TracVision Satellite TV M7

  • KVH Radome

  • Camera system

  • 4/8‐ way hub switch

  • Maretron Ships Monitoring Multi-Function System (#DSM410)

  • Engine room camera PTZ (record to DVR)

  • Aft deck camera PTZ (record to DVR)VGA splitter

  • Tracking Device

  • Nav-Tracker 2.0 Sat/GPS, PMNT2.060

  • Antenna (Nav-Tracker)

  • Maxwell Anchor Windlass Control

  • Generator Control Displays

  • Bow / Stern Thruster Control Displays

Engine Room / Machinery Spaces

  • Twin CATERPILLAR C32 ACERT (1600 hp each) diesel engines

  • Engine hours approximately 2000 hours.

  • Local mounted start/stop instrument panels for main engines and generators

  • Under water exhausts, with bypass and fiberglass mufflers

  • Kohler, 32kW generators (2) with sound guards

  • Generators have approximately 1540 hours.

  • Work bench over generator

  • 220v A/C chilled water air conditioning with frequency drives (except in engine room)

  • CENTEK combo generator mufflers, air/water separator type, with hull side exhaust

  • Engineered engine room ventilating system, with intake blowers taking air in via   air/water separator filters on hull side

  • Fire protection system, consisting of manually and automatically actuated fire   extinguisher system with audio and visual alarms. Upon system actuation, blowers are shut down and hull side ventilation inlet dampers are designed to close

  • NAIAD hydraulic stern thrust. Both bow and stern thrusters to be driven by PTOs off   gearboxes (2), including two live C-pads

  • Stabilizer control system

  • Power hydraulic steering system, including valves for optional additional autopilot installation

  • AC backup water pump

  • DC backup water pump

  • Watermaker Sea Recovery 1200 GPD

  • Engine driven emergency bilge pumping system for engine room bilges

  • REVERSO lube oil change system with manifold and hoses to all engines and   gearboxes

  • RACOR fuel filters with vacuum gauges for the main engines, manifold to allow filter-change underway

  • RACOR filters with vacuum gauges for generators

  • Two 30‐gallon water heaters, dual element, quick recovery type

  • HEADHUNTER Mach 5 water pump and accumulator tank for fresh water pressure   system

  • Cartridge style whole system water filter unit

  • Sink with fresh-water hose bib

  • Fuel management system, consisting of fuel shut‐off valves, fuel transfer pump with   meter system and selector manifold

  • HART Tank Tender gauges for fuel, fresh water, black water and grey water tanks,

  • Black water tank level indicator and high‐level alarm

  • Black water holding tank system with Y‐valve selector to allow direct discharge    overboard or into holding tank.

  • Macerator pump for pump out of holding tank direct overboard, or to vented deck fitting for shore side disposal

  • GROCO bronze raw water strainers, all engines and sea water pump intakes

  • Seacocks on all through hull fittings below the waterline

  • Fiberglass battery boxes

  • Battery condition indicator

  • Engineered sound vibration and noise attenuation system for engine room spaces   consisting of lead tile sound barriers and Mylar faced synthetic lead foam insulation covered with white painted aluminum perforated sheeting.

  • Custom sound mounts for main engines, generators, engine room stanchions, head pumps/motors, air conditioning compressors and sea water cooling pumps

  • Drip trays under engines

  • SEASHAFT 22 or equal propeller shafts

  • Stainless steel rudder blades

  • Nibral propeller shaft struts

  • Nibral propellers, 5 blade, class S, dynamically balanced

  • DURAMAX cutlass rubber stern and rudder bearings

  • PYI dripless / packless shaft seals

  • 110vAC watertight, fluorescent lights (4)

  • Watertight entrance door from aft swim step to crew area

  • Watertight emergency escape hatch from engine room to master stateroom


  • Basic Cockpit (7' 10.5" interior approximate length)

  • Hull, deck and superstructure of DIVINYCELL or equivalent cored, resin infused   fiberglass

  • Extensive use of biaxial and multiaxial E‐glass reinforcement

  • Integral fiberglass fuel, fresh water and holding tanks

  • Fiberglass rub rail with stainless steel capping

  • Tinted (except pilothouse), tempered glass windows

  • Non‐skid exterior decks

  • Vinyl ester hull laminates and epoxy barrier system applied to hull bottom

  • Two coats of antifouling bottom paint

  • Sapele interior wood with satin finish

Additional Features

  • Complete Maretron backbone cable was installed throughout the vessel to support the vessel's monitoring system, at an understood value of some $75,000.00.

  • Electronic monitoring of all tankage, also the fire system and weather information, are interfaced with the Garmin system. There is a monitor in the crew cabin, as well as at the helm.

  • TNT Tender Lift

  • Vessel has been ceramic coated from top to waterline

  • Recently buffed and waxed

Brokers Comments

The Cheoy Lee is an exceptionally great vessel at sea. Both her interior and exterior spaces are generous in size and provide comfort at anchor or underway. Her large cockpit is an added feature (compared to a standard Bravo series yacht). Walkaround side decks, cockpit crane, and a very large flybridge are all great features for the adventurous yachtsman.

She shows extremely well and having just returned from the yard with fresh bottom paint, she is ready for another year of travels.


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.

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