Cheoy Lee Yachts
celebrates a rich heritage of over a century of experience and fine craftsmanship. The company has been run by the same family since 1870. Cheoy Lee’s solid legacy has paved the way for the exciting, innovative designs of today. Cheoy Lee started building motor yachts in the 1950’s. The very modern shipyard at Doumen, China is able to produce yachts over 200 feet in length. Cheoy Lee’s models include sport motor yachts and long range cruising yachts. These yachts range from 61 feet to 172 feet lengthwise. Cheoy Lee was one of the earliest yacht building companies to perform full development of fiberglass construction methods, phasing out wood construction. Classification standards and guidelines are important to Cheoy Lee’s manufacturing: Lloyd’s, the Hong Kong Marine Department, and the American Boat and Yacht Council have all played a role in forming Cheoy Lee yachts’ specifications. Cheoy Lee stopped building sailing yachts in 1990 in order to concentrate on large motor yachts. To accommodate this expansion, the company moved to a new purpose-built, state-of-the-art shipyard facility in mainland China. Cheoy Lee will continue to set new standards for others to follow in the years to come. Customers can be assured of a combination of knowledge and experience, and the highest quality components and service available.