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Proud new owner of a Cheoy Lee 26 Offshore

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Sitting here living onboard the small but well appointed Cheoy Lee Offshore 26. Beautiful boat. I will be frequently using this forum. Lots of work needed on this boat. Hauling it out April/May. Stepping the spruce mast, carpentry, wiring and painting. Hopefully have it ready for the better weather in june/july.

I am located in Warrenton, Oregon, USA.

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Come on kid, show us some photos of your boat.
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abso bloody lutely ....



Seriously though we really would love to see some pics and you needn't be shy, befores are as good as afters.
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Sitting here living onboard the small but well appointed Cheoy Lee Offshore 26.
No pictures? It never happened. Sorry, forum rules.
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Ahhhhh.... living aboard a sailboat has always appealed to me, yet I've never done it. I'd need a fairly big boat (more so than my current 27-footer) to comfortably house myself, the admiral, 3 overgrown "kids", and 3 cats! A cruise-ship might do the trick.

Welcome aboard, Cullen.

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