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Re: Can you identify this boat?

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It's a Cheoy Lee I have the same boat but Mine is a Richardson offshore 41 1977
That looks to be 36??? Great cruising boat
here is a good one in England


http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listi..._id=32024&url=
I don't think it's a Ray Richards Offshore 36 - it doesn't look right and that boat only has 3 portlights.


I think it is as S&S Sigma 36.



The only othe cheoy lee that I know of with five equal ports is the Arthur Robb Princess 37, but this boat doesn't quite look right for that.
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I don't think it's a Ray Richards Offshore 36 - it doesn't look right and that boat only has 3 portlights.


I think it is as S&S Sigma 36.



The only othe cheoy lee that I know of with five equal ports is the Arthur Robb Princess 37, but this boat doesn't quite look right for that.
Comparing photos, I believe Geoff54 has nailed it. Man, you guys are good! What a beauty!
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Re: Can you identify this boat?

I think Sonosail got it first. There was just some confusion between the S&S Sigma, built by Cheoy Lee and the David Thomas Sigma, built by Sigma Yachts who were part of Marine Projects.
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Re: Can you identify this boat?

Good evening,

I can't answer this question but I can clarify that the boat is not a Princess 37. I sailed one for a number of years in Hong Kong and she had a steeply inclined transom. You can see images of the Princess and other Arthur Robb designs on the Cheoy Lee home page.

Good Luck with the search.

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