Boat of the Month EXTRA - Cheoy Lee 75 Cockpit Motor Yacht

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For sale <B>$2.49 million</B>

Boat of the Month EXTRA - Cheoy Lee 75 Cockpit Motor Yacht
Boat of the Month EXTRA — Cheoy Lee 75 Cockpit Motor Yacht

The Cheoy Lee 75 Cockpit Motor Yacht is a lot of boat that covers a lot of bases for the owner that enjoys the great outdoors as well as a luxury interior.

Dreamer 75 was commissioned in 2007 and designed for long-range cruising in all weather conditions. She immediately impresses with a variety of outdoor entertaining areas, extending from the large cockpit ideal for fishing and diving, rising to a covered mezzanine deck, and up top in large flybridge with hardtop and a railed spacious boatdeck.

Inside, there are three staterooms — all with en suites — separate crew accommodation, an open-plan galley, wheelhouse, dining area, even a spiral staircase to the flybridge.

Powered by twin 1000hp Caterpillar C18 turbo-diesels, Dreamer 75 also features twin Onan generators (22kWa and 17kWa), 7950lt of fuel, and 1890lt of freshwater. Among the options are Trac 220 digital stabilisers, Village Marine watermaker, extensive Raymarine electronics, twin generators, heavy-duty ground tackle, and bowthrusters.


Construction of the Cheoy Lee 75 is hallmark of the boat’s ocean-going credentials. The bottom is around 20mm thick and solid fibreglass below the waterline, made of up
to 16 hand-laminated layers of biaxial E-glass and mat reinforcement. Above the waterline,
a 35mm Herex rigid foam core, sandwiched between biaxial E-glass laminates.

The decks and superstructure are also all foam-cored sandwich laminates, using resin-infusion moulding. It is also worth noting that wood is not used for structural components in a Cheoy Lee, the Chinese builder said that material is only used for furniture and fittings.

All bulkheads and
cabin soles are resin-infused foam-cored composites, and along with the double-bottom GRP tanks and deep hull frames (noticeable on the engineroom floor), are all laminated together to form an integral monocoque structure, as specified by High Modulus.

Vendor Geoff Lovett International said Dreamer 75 is a demonstrator vessel in excellent condition, with brand-new boat warranties. She is lying at Marina Mirage, Main Beach, Qld. For more information, contact Perry James, phone 0418 680 731; (07) 5526 4144, fax (07) 5526 3711, email: or visit


Dreamer 75

TYPE: Displacement monohull
BEAM: 6.15m
DRAFT: 1.52m
WEIGHT: 45,360kg
PEOPLE (NIGHT): 6 + crew
FUEL: 7950lt
WATER: 1890lt
ENGINE: 2 x 1000hp Caterpillar C18 turbo-diesel


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