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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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Come on kid, show us some photos of your boat.
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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1976 41' Morgan Out Island Sloop. Refitting and redoing her interior for an extended voyage.
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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.

(Where's the *%$*#* pic????)

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