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Has any one heard of Ship Builder: PATRICK C M LIEU

Has any one heard of Ship Builder: PATRICK C M LIEU or choy lieu have any info on his boats? I own this one and finally found out today who built her.

Iwould like to find out everything I can about this boat and her builder.

Vessel Name: EUROCLYDON USCG Doc. No.: 602964
Vessel Service: RECREATIONAL IMO Number: *
Trade Indicator: Recreational Call Sign: WSX7325
Hull Material: FRP (FIBERGLASS) Hull Number: WTN340120878
Ship Builder: PATRICK C M LIEU Year Built: 1979

Length (ft.): 34
Hailing Port: JUNEAU AK Hull Depth (ft.): 5.5
Owner: Hull Breadth (ft.): 11
Gross Tonnage: 10
Net Tonnage: 9

Tim & Crew S/V Euroclydon
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Nope. But...OMG....it's held up with barrels?!?!
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Hopefully not for long.

I hate the way the boat yard here puts them up like that I have been on anchor just off shore from the boat yard and it was gusting to 107 mph on the wind speed meter. But thats the yard we have to work with. We are hoping to get her back in the water this fall.

We might have found out she is a choy lieu boat does that mean anything to anyone?



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Nope. But...OMG....it's held up with barrels?!?!

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Beautiful ole boat! More photos!

Link to Choy Lee assn.
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Denise, Bristol PA, Oday 30. On Tidal Delaware River, Anchor Yacht Club.
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My boat is sold!
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I just tried them and I do not think so

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I looked at there site and I dont think so but sent them an email to try and make sure.

Even the coast guard info is strange.


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Vessel Name: EUROCLYDON USCG Doc. No.: 602964
Vessel Service: RECREATIONAL IMO Number: *
Trade Indicator: Recreational Call Sign: WSX7325
Hull Material: FRP (FIBERGLASS) Hull Number: WTN340120878
Ship Builder: PATRICK C M LIEU Year Built: 1979

Length (ft.): 34
Hailing Port: JUNEAU AK Hull Depth (ft.): 5.5
Owner: Hull Breadth (ft.): 11
Gross Tonnage: 10
Net Tonnage: 9
Documentation Issuance Date: July 31, 2006 Documentation Expiration Date: August 31, 2007
Previous Vessel Names: STACIE MARIE
PACIFIC GEM
Previous Vessel Owners:

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My camera is broken so recent photos I will post this week but here are some on photobucket.

Euroclydon pictures by captiantim68 - Photobucket

She looks much better now inside, will post new photos soon.

Tim & Crew S/V Euroclydon
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I'm going out on a limb here and guessing the boat MIGHT have been built by a small shipyard in Hong Kong. Lieu might be a Cantonese surname. Google tells me it could also be Vietnamese/Chinese. However, I have not heard of any boat yards in Vietnam building/selling boats to Yanks in the late 70's.

I believe there where many other yacht builders in HKG from the 1960's and on. Labor and material's such has hard wood where dirt cheap.

Hong Kong was what Bangkok/Thailand is, or maybe as Thailand is progressing, Cambodia might be a better example. (sorry for the history lesson )
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Or Taiwan. Many builders produced the same design under different names, often without the original designer getting credit or royalties. Bob Perry's book tells some of this as does Heart of Glass by Dan Spurr I believe. Based of the interior it looks very much like the Tayana style common on many boats from that part of the world.

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Or Taiwan. Many builders produced the same design under different names, often without the original designer getting credit or royalties. Bob Perry's book tells some of this as does Heart of Glass by Dan Spurr I believe. Based of the interior it looks very much like the Tayana style common on many boats from that part of the world.
Yes, good call! Taiwan is also a very good possibility.
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Two Euroclydons???

Interestingly enough, I just did a "USCG vessel search by name" for Euroclydon and only found one listed--and yours isn't it!!!!!!!! Office of Science and Technology

Yours did show up in a USCG vessel search by ID, though. Office of Science and Technology

Very interesting that the USCG database/searches don't match!!! (Our Homeland Security dollars at work?)

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Vessel Name: EUROCLYDON USCG Doc. No.: 1201629
Vessel Service: RECREATIONAL IMO Number: *
Trade Indicator: Recreational Call Sign: *
Hull Material: FRP (FIBERGLASS) Hull Number: NMC42111E686
Ship Builder: * Year Built: *

Length (ft.): 42
Hailing Port: CHULA VISTA CA Hull Depth (ft.): 8.7
Owner: RALPH JAURIGUE
1167 MADISON STREET PO BOX 2092
BENSON, AZ 85602 Hull Breadth (ft.): 13.7
Gross Tonnage: 33
Net Tonnage: 26
Documentation Issuance Date: April 14, 2011 Documentation Expiration Date: April 30, 2012
Previous Vessel Names: TLAQUEPAUQUE
TLAQUEPAUQUE
Previous Vessel Owners: MARK NOVAK
MARK NOVAK

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