Cheoy Lee Pedrick 38, 1984, St Croix, $73,500 US, price reduced 9/9/08 to $62,000, sale pending

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1984 Cheoy Lee 38

  • The Cheoy Lee Pedrick design is a performance offshore cruiser built to Lloyd's of London specifications - rugged construction that has stood the test of time. Designed by David Pedrick to enable shorthanded sailing, she is a proven blue-water vessel.

    If you long to own and sail an ocean-going cruiser but think you cannot afford a sailboat of this quality, Salacia is the opportunity to realize your goal.

  • Ocean-going all weather vessel
  • Fully equipped for cruising - leave today.
  • Comfortable interior for live-aboard family/couple
  • High performance sailing vessel

    Sellers have lived aboard for 7+ years and cruised leisurely through the Caribbean. Lying in Venezuela, this boat is turnkey ready to head out; enabling you to avoid the long beat to windward required to get here from the US.

    Constructed when manufacturers were generous with material, Cheoy Lee included longitudinal and traverse stringers provide hull stiffness. Modified fin keel with external lead ballast. Skeg hung rudder.

    This Cheoy Lee 38 has a large V-berth forward. The main salon has 2 settees with large dinette table. The yacht has a richly finished warm teak interior. Decks are Awlgrip with non-skid.

  • Name: Salacia
  • LOA 38'4"
  • LWL 30'10"
  • Mast height (bridge clearance) 55'3"
  • Beam 11'10"
  • Draft 6'4"
  • Type Cutter Rigged Sailboat
  • Builder Cheoy Lee Golden Wave boatyard
  • Designer David Pedrick
  • Hull Fiberglass
  • Engine Universal M-40 32HP
  • Displacement 18,500 lbs.
  • Ballast 6,700 lbs.
  • Headroom 6'5"
  • Fuel 47 gals
  • Water 138 gals
  • Holding 30 gals.(est)

    Salacia has cruised extensively in the Caribbean and the Bahamas and has had continual upgrades. She is a sturdy, beautiful, comfortable, sea-kindly vessel.

    Chain locker in bow with 275' 5/16" HT chain. Ventilated access door. Pressure wash down system at bow for anchor and rode washing.

    Next aft - V-Berth with 6'3" length and 6'5" width. Large vertical storage lockers each side. 2 drawers for storage. Folding privacy door. Large Storage area beneath sleeping bunk. Shelves on both sides.

    Next aft is main salon with folding teak table and 2 - 6'8" long settees - 1 on each side. Shelves and lockers line both sides. Water and diesel tanks are below the settees. Louvered doors on lockers both sides, with wine locker and drawer built into table. 15" color TV on swing stand.

    Next aft to starboard is combination head and shower, with sink, vanity, 4 storage lockers and mirrored medicine cabinet. Separate entrance door to stateroom aft. Marelon Y valve selects holding tank or overboard for head.

    Across from head, aft of salon, is the U shaped galley complete with drawers for storage, double sinks with cutting board sink cover, 3 burner propane stove with oven, large top-access refrigerator. Storage lockers below sinks and along hull. Refrigerator compartment is cooled by 12V air/water cooled Adler Barber super cold machine. Drinking water supplied through pressure system and a manual pump. Toe-pump supplies sea-water to the sink also.

    Next Aft on port side is chart and navigation station with storage shelf, also 2electrical panels with 12V and 110V breakers.

    Quarter berth is aft of head and contains bunk 7' long by 4' wide. Under the bunk are 2 large drawers. One large vertical hanging locker has 5 shelves. One small locker with 2 shelves. 3 large storage areas below bunk with holding tank aft.

    Cockpit has substantial coaming to protect occupants. 2 large lazarette storage bins, 1 very large locker which gives access to engine room and 2 large lockers aft. Stern pulpit has mounts for 2 - 20 Gal propane tanks, gate for Med mooring and swim ladder access. Folding 5 step swim ladder mounted on stern.

    The interior is varnished solid Burmese teak with a teak and holly sole. There are 7 opening ports, 4 large portlights, and 5 overhead hatches for good ventilation. Headroom is 6'5".


  • Garmin GPS MAP 12 with selector switch for computer link.
  • Garmin GPS 48 Handheld
  • Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF with connection for remote cockpit microphone
  • ICOM HX350S Handheld VHF
  • ICOM AT-130 Auto Antenna Tuner
  • Insulated Backstay
  • Navico Yachtpilot YP500 autopilot with remote cockpit control and binnacle control.
  • Datamarine Wind Instrument
  • Horizon DS45 Digital Depth Sounder
  • Interphase Probe Sonar
  • Pioneer AM/FM Radio/CD (6 CD capacity) with 4 speakers
  • Maxwell VWC 1200 Electric Windlass
  • 2 electric automatic bilge pumps


  • 12 V DC and 110 V AC systems
  • Batteries - 6 Trojan 105 House Bank - 1 Group 24 Starter Bank
  • Balmar variable voltage Regulator
  • Electrical Panel with 17 12V DC circuits and 5 110V AC circuits
  • Link 10 Heart Interface battery monitor
  • 2 - 80W Kyocera solar panels
  • One Four Winds II Wind Generator
  • Alternate power sources regulator for wind/solar power
  • 50' Shore Power Cable 30 Amp


  • Non-skid Awlgrip deck, folding swim ladder on stern, folding cockpit table.
  • SS Bow Platform with double anchor rollers
  • Maxwell VWC1200 electric Vertical Windlass
  • One CQR Anchor 35 lbs. 275 feet 5/16" HT galvanized chain
  • One Bruce Anchor 35 lbs with 50' 3/8" galvanized chain and 200 feet 5/8" Rode
  • One Danforth Anchor 25 lbs with 20' 3/8" galvanized chain and 250' 1/2" Rode.
  • One Danforth Anchor 20 lbs with 15' chain and 200' 3/8" rode
  • Double rail SS pulpits bow and stern and lifelines with gates port, starboard, and aft.
  • 2 SS Dorade vents
  • Magellan 'Ben' binnacle compass with light.
  • Radar reflector, dock lines and 7 large fenders


  • Mainsail with 3 reefs and cover, partial battens, Dutchman sail flaking system.
  • Genoa 130% with Harken roller furling
  • Staysail with reef
  • Cruising spinnaker with sock
  • Dodger (Spray Hood) and Bimini - new 2006
  • Splash/privacy canvas guards for cockpit both sides.
  • 2 - Barient 28 self-tailing primary winches. 3 Barient standard 2 speed winches on mast
  • Forespar telescoping aluminum whisker pole with adjustable mast track.


  • Universal M-40 diesel 32HP
  • Dual Racor fuel/water separators
  • New shaft and coupling 2005. Prop balanced and repitched 2006
  • New Hurth transmission 2002.
  • 2 bladed bronze prop
  • 110 Amp GM Delco/Remy Alternator (identical spare)
  • Fiberglass fuel tanks with large access hatches.
  • Adler-Barber 12V Refrigeration System with water assist system installed.
  • Manual bilge pump
  • ACR EPIRB Rapidfix 406
  • Solid Live-aboard Cruiser - NO teak decks

    While the owner offers the details of this vessel in good faith and every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, we expressly disclaim any and all liability for typographical errors, mistakes or misprints. A buyer should investigate all details to the satisfaction of buyer. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

    boat is under contract now so it would be best to let the ad expire. if some glitch develops I will write to you to republish it. thanks for all your efforts.
    St. Croix

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