I would point out that blanket statements like this, especially against a well-respected member of the forum who has been here a long time, aren't going to do you much good. I'm fairly sure that Jeff knows the difference between a Cal and a Cheoy Lee.
I'd point out you'd be far more credible if you spelled Cheoy Lee correctly.
having owned a bunch of cheoy lees, i can attest the decks were NOT underlaid with plywood. the entire hulls of the rhodes and luders were fiberglass. jeffH does not know what he is talking about. the rhodes and luders are full cut away keels with attached rudders. jeffh must either be making up his stuff or mistaking cheory lees for cal boats.
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