92' Cheoy Lee

High Rate: $ 31,000 weekly Plus Expenses

Low Rate: $ 31,000 weekly Plus Expenses







Cabin Configuration:

2 King(s), 2 Twin(s)


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  • Special Features:
  • 92'
  • Cheoy Lee
  • 1988/2013
  • 21'6"
  • 6'6"
  • 50 gal/hr @ 11 knots
  • North America
  • Fort Lauderdale FL - Bahamas

  • VSat & WiFi
    Saloon TV
    Saloon Stereo
    Satellite TV
    iPod hookups
    Bimini Awnings
    2 Generators
    Onboard WiFi

Water Toys

  • 24' Intrepid - Mercury engine 2014 (may be available upon request) NEW 2 x 2015 Seadoo Spark (2 person) (New as of Oct 2015) 2 x Seadoo Explorer X Dive Scooters (3.3 kt speed) 2 x Kayaks (single) Surf Board 2 x 12" Jimmy Styks Big Bro stand up paddleboards Water Skis Snorkel
  • Fins and Masks X-box 360 / Playstation 3

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M/Y FIRST HOME – BEACH CLUB FEEL IN THE BAHAMAS. This exquisitely decorated, chic, 92′ motor yacht with modern appointments is everything you are looking for! Available for $31,000 a week plus 30% APA for up to 8 guests in 4 staterooms, except over Christmas and New Year’s when she charges $34,000 a week, she is based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida all year, for Bahamas or Florida charters.  Please inquire for delivery fees; yacht is often flexible….  There’s a four night minimum, unless you are willing to pay $5,500 a day plus APA for three night charters or less.  Guests describe their Trip of a Lifetime:  “The trip was everything our family hoped for. In particular the ship was a perfect match for our family needs. The food and beverage, including the service, was outstanding. Most importantly, the crew was magnificent. Captain Chris, Kim, Corrie and Kassie all are extremely qualified, capable and have outstanding personalities. Everything we asked for was done with a smile.”

Crew Profiles:
Captain – Chris Clodfelter (American)

Originally from North Carolina, Chris loves the outdoors, is an Eagle Scout and previously worked as an Autobody Technician. In 2004 Chris joined the US Coast Guard and was stationed in Norfolk V.A., Detroit and Fort Myers F.L. He has worked on ships, air stations and at small boat stations as a deck hand, engineer and airman. In 2007 Chris got into yachting as a deckhand and worked his way up to Captain. Chris’ travels by sea have taken him along the Eastern Seaboard from Florida to Nova Scotia, the Bahamas, Caribbean, Great Lakes, Central America, South Pacific including French Polynesia, Tonga and New Zealand. He has experience working on ships and yachts from 90 feet up to 270 feet. Having a passion for the ocean, traveling, meeting new people and enjoying new experiences, yachting came naturally. Chris could not imagine doing anything else.

Chris’ hobbies include renovating his house, diving, fishing, cooking, going to the beach, traveling, entertaining with friends and family.

Mate – John Cramer (American)

Hailing from the Grand Strand of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, John is a true southern gentleman. Working on boats and around marinas since age 15, John has had a long-lasting relationship with the sea. John graduated from the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC in 2011 and has been pursuing a career on the water ever since. He enjoys playing soccer and spearfishing year round in beautiful Fort Lauderdale.
Chef – {Freelance}
Stewardess – Bridget Ewing (American)

Ms. Bridget Ewing is a native Floridian, hailing originally from a tiny town in the middle of Florida called Okeechobee where the population of humans is most likely out-numbered by the population of cows. After a year traveling around the US with her family, and a brief stint living in Paris – Paris, Texas that is – Bridget returned home to the Sunshine State. She moved to Fort Lauderdale two years ago, to pursue a career on the water and since then has been working in the yachting industry. With a degree in Fine Art, a passion for hospitality, and a love of cooking, Bridget uses her love of design and entertainment to create custom experiences for guests. When Bridget isn’t on the water, she enjoys creating art of all kinds, watching Dr. Who, solving Sudoku puzzles and snuggling with her giant Maine Coon cat, Umbra.


Exquisite family style yacht perfect for Bahamas island hopping. Loaded with water toys, efficient fuel consumption and comfortable, yet no frills feel aboard. This yacht continues a great charter reputation for 4 years running.

Guests: 8 guests in 4 staterooms (2 double, 2 twin)
Crew: 4
Cruising area: Bahamas/Florida


  1. Two master staterooms offer true designer appeal in a simple and elegant manner.
  2. Al fresco dining with eisinglass weather protection and an air conditioned aft deck.
  3. Two waverunners and a towed tender are just a few of the toys offered in this well rounded package.

*BEST INTERIOR San Diego YachtFest Sept 2008*

The SALON entrance is inviting with it’s beautiful maple and walnut floors. There is a settee along the port wall, island seating area with custom TV lift, small round table and chairs starboard and bar stools forward along the galley – great for comfortable entertaining. Forward to port is the day head with modern vessel sink and fixtures. Forward of the salon is the commercial grade custom galley with extensive refrigeration system, laundry center and quality appliances. There is an enclosure to the galley when sitting at the bar which can be opened for casual use and conversation with the Chef or privatized.

Can be considered a two Master stateroom yacht…Aft starboard of the salon below is the full width (dedicated) MASTER stateroom with California King bed, settee, desk, hanging lockers and A/V equipment. Ensuite is a his and hers bathroom each side with toilets, vanity sink and stall or tub/shower.

Forward below deck is the VIP stateroom with King bed similar in size to the Master, with walk in closet, desk, settee and A/V equipment. Forward is the ensuite head with vanity sink, toilet and jacuzzi tub including shower.

Port below takes you to the two Twin cabins each ensuite with head/ shower.

Exiting aft through the sliding stainless steel salon doors is a raised California deck with settee and two tables (connectable for dining) along with a wet bar. This area is fully enclosed with isinglass and new air conditioning system for comfort. Down steps aft is the cockpit with grills, helm and transom door.

Returning back to the starboard pilothouse weather deck door forward is the fore deck with steps leading to the flybridge. The flybridge is fitted with helm, navionics, dinette and storage lockers. This area is enclosed partially with isinglass. Aft is the boat deck with two Honda PWC, Novurania RIB, 2 kayaks and Steelhead hydraulic davit. This area can be converted into a lounging area if at anchor.




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