This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $599,900
  • Power / Flybridge
  • Cheoy Lee / 92-Cpmy
  • 1988 / Used
  • 92' / 21'
  • Detroit Diesel 12V71TI
  • Detroit Diesel 12V71TI
  • 870 hp
  • Diesel

Flybridge 1988 Cheoy Lee 92-Cpmy listed by Denison Yacht Sales - MAIN (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $599,900
  • Powered by twin Detroit Diesel 12V71TI / 870 hp
  • Off Market / since Jun 10th 2015

To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.



Four Large Staterooms for 8 Guests Plus Crew Quarters for 4

Full Beam Master (amidships) with En-suite Head Shower Separate Inside Entrance, and Private Door to Aft Cockpit.

Large VIP Stateroom with En-suite Head Shower

Two Additional Guest Staterooms with En-suite Heads Showers

Large Salon with Comfortable Seating for 12, Inside Dining Table, Walk Up Bar, Main level Powder Room/Day Head. Huge Windows for Light and Open Feeling, and View of the Waterways

Private Enclosed Aft Lounge with Excellent View on Main Level


Huge Flybridge PLUS Aft Cockpit ( for easy access from tender, fishing, or lounging)

Major Refit 2003-2007 Engines Completely Rebuilt, New 4 Blade Nibral Props, New Generators, Naiad Stabilizers added, New Autopilot, All New Galley Appliances, New Washer/Dryer, New MSD, New IMO Approved glass Windows and much more (see full specs)

Radar Arch Equipped with Hydraulics to fold down to 19.5 ft

This is the Ideal Mid-Sized Mega Yacht - Large Enough to Serve As Crewed Yacht or Can Be Handled By An Experienced Owner. Her beautiful lines are enhanced by the excellent use of space inside. She has a spacious and airy Salon with bar, game table, and desk/work area plus Day Head on main level. There is also a separate enclosed aft deck as an additional private space.

Her Complete Galley can prepare banquet dinners for 10-12 guests seated in the dining room, or party food for large gatherings

She has a complete inside wheel house as well as Flybridge steering and her large Flybridge Deck has extensive seating and entertaining space.

This yacht has completed several extended voyages, and has also been used for short excursions and day sails. She is fully capable and now awaits the whims of a new owner.

Please click full specs for additional information, and call the listing agent immediately to schedule a private tour of this extraordinary vessel.

Please contact Jeff Sorgen for more information:


Length ..................... 92 ft ................................... 28.1 meters

Beam ........................ 21 ft ................................... 6.4 meters

Draft ..................... 5 ft 9 in .................................. 1.75 meters

Fuel Tankage .......3300 gal ...............................12,492 liters

Cruise Speed......... 16. kts

Max Speed ............. 21 kts

Engines: 2 x 850 HP Detroit 12V71TI ( rebuilt)

Generators: (2) x 25kw Northern Lights

Naiad 302 Datum Stabilizers

Cabins: 4 Guest Staterooms ( sleeps 8), 2 Crew cabins (sleeps 4)


Custom built yacht.

Accommodations for 8 guests in 4 staterooms.

Separate crew accommodations for 4

. Elegant and spacious, the Main Salon has the feeling of a much larger vessel. Her areas are enhanced by custom designed glass panels, artist executed using unique medium carved, sandblasted and painted by award winning Sandcastle Studios. Mirrored Dining Salon - dining table, custom designed in Italy , accommodating 10-12 people.

Master Stateroom:

King Bed

En-suite his and hers heads - Tub shower and toilet to Port Vanity table aft

Mirrored closets and door to cockpit

Full Entertainment system

Cedar closets

2 Night Tables

Drawered and Shelved Cabinets additional storage areas

VIP Stateroom:

Queen Berth

Guest Stateroom : 2

Overlaping Single berths

En-suite head with shower/shared with 2nd room

Vanity tables

TV Entertaiment

Cedar Closet

Crew Quarters:

Sleeps 4 in 2 Cabins

Dining area

Microwave and Sink


TV,DVD/CD Entertainment

Common Head and Shower


Entrance from Dining Salon

Vessel walkthrough

This Vessl was custom built by Cheoy Lee for the original owner in 1988. Her beautiful lines are reflected by her inviting and unusual use of space inside the vessel. Spacious and airy salon with bar, games table and desk/work area. Day head on port side of bar. Enclosed aft deck creates an inviting private area for conversation, quiet relaxation, open feel, yet totally protected vantage point from which to enjoy the sea.

All cabins are below the main deck. Forward from main salon is the Pilothouse, divided from salon by Custom Designed Etched Glass Doors which may be used to achieve privacy when desired..

The Galley is forward and below port side with formal dining for ten (10 -12) to starboard on the main deck. Forward from dining are stairs down to crew quarters,

All four guest staterooms are accessed from stairs located in main salon.

Aft, the Master has separate stairs. Also a private entrance leading from the cockpit, enhancing owners use of cockpit, jacuzzi and deck, without entering any other part of the yacht.

The remaining three cabins are accessed from stairs located forward, port side of the salon.


Full bar forward with seating and TV

Day Head/powder room to port forward

Full Entertainment syste with pop up TV

Dining Table for 4

Couches and cocktail table for 12

Aft private lounge area can be closed off from Salon

Entrance to Master to port

Aft Desk and work table middle to port


2) Northern lights generator 25kw (new 02)

(2) Isolation transformer

(2) 50-amp dockside electrical cable

(10) 24DC bildge pumps

240/120 vAC 24/12 vDC

Electronics and Navigation

Robertson AP9 autopilot

(2) Garmin 120 GPS's

Furuno 72 mile radar

Sea 322SSB radio

(3) ACR spot lights, forward and aft

Trimble Navigator

Lorance GPS 10x

Furuno SAT FSN70

Panasonic D308 PBX telephone/intercom

Built in cellphone PBX System

Computer/chart plotters w/Nav software charts

Direct TV Satelite receivers for guest crew


Captains chairs

Raytheon hailer

Engine room monitor

Furuno weather fax

Furuno color fish finder/dept sounder

Data marine/depth,speed, wind


Private Entrance to Master Strm


Hot and Cold Shower

Door to swim platform

Lazerett for Storage and A/C Units

Swim Platform


Numerous Upgrades and a major refit completed 2002-2007


2 Northern Lights (25Kw) Gen-Set

Headhunter IMO/MCA/USCG-Type II MSD


Naiad 302 Datum Stabilizers

Electronic A/C Control


4 Blade Nibral Props - Prop Shaft service and new bearings

Upgrade Auto Pilot to Roberson AP9 MK III

Windless Rebuild

In-frame Rebuild of Main Engine - Port

All New Galley appliances GE Profile (Fridge/Freezer, 4 Burner Stove with hot plate, Dishwasher, Trash compactor, Microwave

New Washer Dryer

Radar Arch Equipped with Hydraulics to fold down to make passage to Great Lakes (19.5' height folded down)


Sandblast bottom back to fiberglass and reapply to Interlux Specifications meeting current and proposed International Laws regarding bottom paint


Digitize Wheelhouse and install new IMO approved (10mil) windows (all glass)

Digitize Aft Saloon and install new IMO approved (10mil) windows (all glass)

Rebuild all window frames

New Remanufactured Long Block for STBD Engine

New Auto Pilot pump

New hot water Heater

Stainless upper Exhaust Elbows

New fuel lines throughout vessel

New flow rate Fuel transfer meter


The original owner has been complimented by Cheoy Lee for some of the effects that he required on the boat. Among those are: 1. The arrangement of cabins. 2. The first of this group which had double doors to the salon and a separate portion of the salon separated for privacy purposes. 3. Cut glass dividers, designed by Susan Puleo. Upper aft masts slanting aft instead of forward. 4. A Jacuzzi in the stern. 5. Special doorway from the Master Stateroom to the aft deck should one want to go out in the morning to the Swim Platform for a swim or some sunshine. 6. Redesigned handrails on both forward sides. 7. The design of the galley and the dining room. 8. Many other modifications of interior design by Mary Jackson. The woodwork was designed by Susan Puleo and all the decorating fabrics, etc. were chosen by Mary Jackson, with many other positive enhancements by the owner.

Any and all personal items are to be excluded from sale