DESCRIPTION & DETAILS
Alexander Marine Australia is pleased to present the 2007 Cheoy Lee 66ft Motor Yacht 'Tokeresa' to the market as worldwide central agents. From the moment you lay eyes on 'Tokeresa', and likewise, when you step onboard, you will observe she is a high volume and immensely capable full displacement motor yacht, perfectly adapted to long-range cruising - around Australia or beyond. Her interior finishes are immaculate and likewise, the quality of her engineering is assured as a function of Cheoy Lee's almost 150-year history with a focus on commercial vessels. Entry up onto the cockpit is via a teak treaded curved staircase from the swim platform, or from side access gates to both port and starboard (to which a collapsible ladder can be attached). If boarding via the swim platform you will observe a S/S safety rail with an Armstrong telescopic swim ladder installed on the teak swim platform. The cockpit, which is teak laid, has a curved fixed bench seat installed from the center out to the portside. A high gloss teak table complements the bench seat. Additional loose deck chairs are positioned to accommodate further guests. The entire cockpit is protected from the elements by way of the hardtop overhang. Polycarbonate clear covers combined with mesh shade covers provide a further element of weather protection or privacy and completely enclose the cockpit. Stainless steel framed glazing separates the cockpit from the saloon. Venturing forward, the wide teak side decks are complemented by immaculate varnished teak capped high bulwarks, which provide peace of mind for young and old shipmates as they move around the boat. Cockpit wing doors are installed on each side deck and can be closed to stop wind and rain entering the cockpit area or opened to aid ventilation. Large saloon glazing is apparent as you head toward the bow of 'Tokeresa' providing good natural light into her interior. Further up the side decks, you approach ' Tokeresa's' Portuguese bridge, which is designed to shed any green water quickly overboard when underway. Inside the Portuguese bridge are docking station controls (Pt+Stb) giving excellent visibility along her sheer line. The foredeck itself includes two forward-facing bench seats to port and starboard (with storage under for valuable rope and deck equipment) each with comfortable upholstery - a perfect spot in which to enjoy sundowners. Her tough "ship-like" anchoring equipment dominates the very pointy end of the foredeck - dual vertical windlasses are connected to a sizeable chain (each 100m) and a pair of kedge pocket anchors nest into the custom made bow stainless steel anchor fascia. The anchoring equipment is all heavy duty. Entering the saloon is done via her s/s framed sliding glass door, which can be pinned at various positions to allow controlled natural ventilation. Her gloss cherry makore interior timber finishes are both attractive and timeless. The quality of her joinery - in fact throughout the boat - includes stunning detailed inlay work in various areas which is to a very high standard. She shows very little wear. Immediately as you enter the saloon, to port, an entertainment cabinet and ample storage with a granite countertop runs the full length of the saloon. Adjacent there is an enormous L-shaped lounge settee, as well as a triangular gloss timber dining table with loose additional seating. 'Tokeresa's' galley is spacious and well equipped, featuring granite benchtops and an upright full-height fridge/freezer, in fridge water filter and ice maker, and Miele appliances. Also, there is plenty of cupboard storage. Guest accommodation onboard is segregated into the bow and stern - providing maximum separation and privacy. 'Tokeresa' offers an impressive 4 cabin and 4 head accommodation layout, with each head having a separate shower stall. The aft accommodation comprises three cabins. As you arrive down into the aft foyer landing, you have the option of turning to starboard/towards the bow which houses the 2 x twin bed cabins, or turning to port/towards the stern where the master stateroom is located. Starting with the master stateroom, which occupies the full volume inside her canoe stern profile, this cabin features a centreline king-sized bed with excellent storage to both port and starboard. The head for the master cabin is located to port and forward. As the beam of the boat increases, this large space that allows for two very spacious twin single cabins. The bathrooms throughout the boat feature marble tiled floors - bathroom benchtops are all stone - the build quality and high specification are easy to see. All aft cabins feature portholes for light and ventilation. Back on deck, forward of the saloon and galley, you enter the spacious and well-equipped pilothouse which offers excellent visibility. 'Tokeresa' is configured with a closed bulkhead pilothouse - which allows the boat to operate 24/7 while the crew can maintain normal use of the galley and saloon without interrupting the safe passage of the boat. Her navigation equipment includes Furuno electronics, FLIR night vision camera, 72-mile open array radar. Dual pilothouse doors provide ease of access out onto each side deck and lots of natural ventilation if that is your preference (otherwise the boat is completely air-conditioned should that be your preference). Docking 'Tokeresa' is assisted by a bow thruster and 2 wing Portuguese bridge docking stations - like most full displacement vessels she is very well mannered when docking - a combination of her substantial weight and full keel. She can therefore be easily managed by a husband and wife team. Entry up to the spacious flybridge is via the pilothouse staircase to starboard. The flybridge is enclosed with Polycarbonate clears - a three-sided enclosure extended well aft. The centreline helm station is equipped with a full complement of electronics and features dual helm seats providing a great view for the skipper and navigator. Twin L-shaped settees and high gloss white fiberglass tables make this a wonderful area in which to entertain guests - with a great view! Aft of the settees you will observe a flybridge wet bar complete with sink, Miele grill & teppanyaki plate, storage, and a drinks fridge combined with a Weber BBQ mounted countertop to starboard. The boat's very capable and well equipped 4.7m center console Zodiac RIB, with as new (2019) 70 hp Suzuki outboard is stowed fore & aft. The tender is launched and retrieved via a 1500lbs fully hydraulic davit. When the tender is in the water, removable stanchions can be installed across the aft of the boat deck to make this area child friendly and a wonderful spot for sun lovers. This area also cradles 2 Hobie "Outback" canoes for fishing and exploring from the pilothouse, access to the lower forward accommodation and engine room is made possible via a curved staircase. In the bow, a spacious V - berth cabin features large single bunk beds with a well thought out walk up staircase to your single bed, with overhead cabinets and storage below. This cabin features natural light and ventilation, courtesy of an overhead hatch (also an emergency exit point), and portholes in the hull sides. The V - berth cabin has its own spacious head and spacious separate shower stall. 'Tokeresa' features a large U - shaped office where all her official records are kept with plenty of bench space to make the perfect remote work station if needed. The ship's separate laundry room is found in this area including Miele Washing and Miele Clothes Drying machines - adjacent is a walk-in utility workshop with plenty of storage for tools and spares. Access to the engine room is via this area also. Entry to the full height stand-up engine room is via a substantial watertight door. The engine room is well laid out and features a matching set of Northern Lights Gensets against the forward bulkhead as soon as you enter the space. 'Tokeresa's' ever-reliable Cat C-7's are spaced well apart to permit the centreline installation of stacked batteries (the house batteries replaced 2019). Other notable equipment includes access to her Naiad stabilizer heads, a Sea Recovery water maker, air conditioning equipment, hot water service, dual battery charging equipment, 3kw inverter, supersize fire suppression bottle (it's clear Cheoy Lee build big boats as you look at the engine room installation onboard 'Tokeresa'!) and lastly her fuel transfer pump and manifold. Outboard of each engine, you will note two of her five fuel tanks for a total fuel volume of approx. 9950 liters. In summary, her engineering and systems are to a very high standard, are easily serviceable, and should give her next owner great confidence in steaming off to remote locations. Note 'Tokeresa' is equipped with an extensive range of spares in preparation for her to undertake a remote passage at short notice. Whether it be Sydney Harbour, the Kimberley, or the Fiji Islands 'Tokeresa' will take her new owner to whatever location they desire in comfort, safety, and style. She is smooth, quiet, and fuel-efficient when underway. She is an Australian Registered Ship in preparation for leaving Australian Waters should her new owner wish to take advantage of her capabilities. Inspection by appointment highly recommended and will not disappoint. Lying Sydney, New South Wales Australia
Disclaimer: All specifications in this presentation are provided for information only and particulars herein are obtained from sources believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. Buyers should satisfy themselves with respect to accuracy.