Quixote is a beautiful and fully equipped Cheoy Lee 78 Motorsailer with twin Cummins 220hp engines installed in 2009 and used for crewed charters and owner excursions. Impeccably maintained by the same captain since 2006 with safety and seamanship in mind.
Note dual steering stations and VIP guest stateroom and easy to manage sail systems. Quixote can be sailed by private owner or again managed as a business for crewed charters.
Contact Richard Kahn, CPYB at 410-268-4100 or firstname.lastname@example.org to see this beautiful yacht.
The Cheoy Lee 78 (78' on deck, 87' overall length with custom stern platform extension) is an exceptionally spacious 78' vessel due to it's 21'6" beam. There are dual steering stations, pilothouse and flybridge. The salon and galley are amidships. The master stateroom and #1 VIP guest stateroom are aft and two additional VIP guest staterooms and crew quarters are forward. All staterooms have ensuite heads and showers (master has shower/bathtub). All areas are air conditioned. All soles are either varnished teak and holly or teak parquet. All wood work is finely finished teak.
The salon and galley are located amidships. The salon has a dining area and bar to starboard and seating to port with bookshelves and entertainment equipment. The galley has all of the equipment and space required to service the needs of a first class vessel.
Master stateroom is located all the way aft, the full beam width master stateroom has a centerline queen berth, two large cedar lined hanging lockers, ample drawer and cabinet storage space and ensuite head with shower/bathtub.
VIP stateroom is located forward of the master stateroom and is quite luxurious with a center line queen berth, large cedar lined hanging locker, ample drawers and cabinets and ensuite head with stall shower.
One additional VIP guest stateroom is located forward and to port. The room has a large double berth, cedar lined hanging locker, ample drawers and cabinets and ensuite head with stall shower.
A second guest stateroom is located forward of the salon to starboard. This stateroom has upper and lower twin berths, cedar lined hanging locker, ample drawers and cabinets and ensuite head with stall shower. The head has a second door directly to the hallway which allows for use as a day head.
Crew quarters are all the way forward and consist of a double berth to port and a single berth to starboard. There is an ensuite crew head and shower.
Galley has been remodeled 2003 with the following upgrades:
New Miele Ceramic Cooktop, GE Advantium Microwave/Halogen Oven, new exhaust hood and booster fan, Kitchen Aid Microwave, marble countertops in both galley and salon, custom teak pull out spice rack, new garbage disposal.
Electronics & Navigation
New electronics include the following: Fully integrated Nobeltec software package 2017 driving 2 each 18" Sony flat panel color monitors in the wheel house and a 15" IBM flat panel on the fly bridge integrated into the following equipment:
Raymarine wind speed, wind direction
Raymarine boat speed
Raymarine depth, transducer mounted aft
Raymarine water temperature
Furuno GP 31 2006 chartplotter/radar
Autopilot is controlled by Nobeltec or direct input from Furuno GP31 Other electronics: Furuno GPS plotter: Icom HF M700; Icom HAM IC735; Icom VHF wheelhouse IC M127; Icom flybridge IC M125; Repeaters for Raymarine data on flybridge and master cabin; Interphase forward looking sonar PC180; Furuno 48 mile radar M-8050D with flybridge repeater; Furuno GP 30 flybridge; Furuno weather fax; Ship's computer is IBM Intelistation pentium 3, HP photosmart color printer. Rebuild fly bridge compass; replace rope lights; replace 24V remote searchlight; install HAM radio in wheel house.
Upgrades done in 2006: replace port and starboard engine room exhaust fans; replace engine room headliner with solid aluminum sheeting; replace shaft brakes on port and starboard main shafts; replace cutlass bearings starboard; install 2 each forward looking depth transducers; rework port and starboard propellers; refinish isolation transformer in garage.
Helm chairs on flybridge; add swim ladder and block and tackle lifting for swim platform; new port guest Lewmar hatch; kickboard trim in wheel house; rebuild port and starboard genoa sheet winches; install new dinghy halyard and block; service all winches and furling gear; new Textaline window covering for wheel house and salon; new Sunbrella covers for flybridge instrument panel and entry door; install Solar film on all wheel house and salon windows;
(2017) rebuild Navtec hydraulic boom vang pump; rebuild main sheet traveler and replace traveler line; gussets on boom vang main mast bracket.
Quixote is set up for crewed charters or enjoyable short handed sailing as all sail systems are set up for easy handling.
Quixote is constantly maintained; the broker has seen the boat and photographed her just 3 days after she returned from the Caribbean - and she showed beautifully!
If you're looking for this style and purpose boat, Quixote is a superb example, having had good ownership and maintenance.
Located in Solomons, Maryland; she is easy to see and you will be impressed.