LADY CHARLOTTE
Yacht for Sale

Length: 92' / 28.04m | Builder: Cheoy Lee | Year: 1990
Lady Charlotte Yacht for Sale

Lady Charlotte Yacht for Sale - 92'Cheoy Lee

Type: Motorboat
Category: Motor Yacht
Builder: Cheoy Lee
Condition: Used
Length: 92' (28.04m)
Beam: 21' 6" (6.55m)
Engines: 2x Inboard, 1,050hp
Speed (Cruising): 16 Knots/18 MPH
Speed (Max): 22 Knots/25.32 MPH
Draft: 5' 9" (1.75m)
Model Year: 1990
Build Year: 1990
Location: Paget
Staterooms: 4
Price: $850,000 USD

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    Lady Charlotte, Formerly Jimmy Buffets personal yachts, is a beautiful 92' entertainment yacht. She is maintained to the highest standards, turn key, either as a business venture, or as your personal Yacht.

    custom Hard Top,
    Twin 1050 HP Cat diesel
    original all teak interior
    sound system in every room

    2x 55kw Northern lights genset
    hydraulic dual prop bow thruster

    4 guest , 2 crew, all with heads

    fridge, dishwasher, range, microwave, trash compactor

    Robertson autopilot
    Garmin Gps x 2
    vhf x 2
    ssb
    Furuno radar
    cctv engine room
    hardwired alarm system
    bilge alarms

    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-metre motorsailer 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 superayacht series. The shipyard is unusual in that it specialises in steel, aluminium and composite construction, as wells as utilizing combinations of these materials.

    Located in Bermuda