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Can you identify this boat?

Saw this boat yesterday at a local marina. What a beauty! Just wondering if anybody knows what it is.
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Saw this boat yesterday at a local marina. What a beauty! Just wondering if anybody knows what it is.
That looks like the Cheoy Lee cove stripe insignia.
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I think Tom's got it... now, as to the specific model......

I think it's one of the Offshore series.. and I'm guessing that big teak coaming affair is not original...

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That looks like the Cheoy Lee cove stripe insignia.
If that's the case, it may well be a Sigma 36. (hard to really tell without a better view of the stern.)

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=4014

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Offshore 32 ???
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If that's the case, it may well be a Sigma 36. (hard to really tell without a better view of the stern.)

http://sailboatdata.com/admin/VIEWRE...?CLASS_ID=4014

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While the link doesn"t quite work... I think that's right..

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=4014

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Fuji 32 or 35 ?
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Re: Can you identify this boat?

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=

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It caught my eye the other day while I was scoping out another. Too bad it's not for sale and out of my range even if it were!

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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=
This one on yachtworld is a different, later Sigma 36. (designed by David Thomas and built in UK).

The boat in the first photo may not be a Sigma 36 (S&S). I just can't resist trying to identify the mystery boat, ... even though I usually get it wrong.

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