Cheoy Lee is an Asian yacht building company based in China. Cheoy Lee's very modern shipyard at Doumen is able to produce yachts over 200 feet in length. The models include sport motor yachts and long range cruising yachts ranging from 61 feet to 172 feet lengthwise.
During the 1960s Cheoy Lee became one of the pioneers in the development, testing and use of fiberglass construction techniques. Constantly improving the product, the shipyard was to next become a forerunner in the marine field use of GRP/Foam sandwich technology, now widely used. In 1977 Cheoy Lee built the world's largest GRP vessel of the time, the 130' motorsailer "Shango II."
Cheoy Lee's advances in GRP technology continued throughout the remainder of the 20th Century. Today, with a new state-of-the-technology production facility on the Pearl River at Doumen, the shipyard is currently able to build large, one-of-a-kind custom motoryachts, like the Frank Mulder-designed 172' "SeaShaw," launched in 2004.
In over 130 years of family-owned shipbuilding, Cheoy Lee has made everything from ferries to tugboats to today's selection of large motoryacht models. And Cheoy Lee plans to stay in the forefront of the shipbuilding industry for many more years ' with future family generations to carry on the heritage.
Today's new generation of Cheoy Lee yachts pays tribute to a heritage rich with experience and tradition. It's that legacy, built on over 135 years of shipbuilding for the world, which has paved the way for the excitingly innovative designs being built today. And Cheoy Lee will continue to set new standards for others to follow in the years to come.
The combination of highest quality U.S. components, ensuring the best possible warranty and service available, plus Cheoy Lee's knowledge and experience, assures the customer of having made a very wise choice.