Boat Review August 2014 Issue

Owners Say Beauty, Solid Hull Outweigh Clipper’s Flaws

We spoke with several owners of Cheoy Lee 42s and 36s for this article, and among the most seasoned was Kieron O’Connell, a two-time owner of Cheoy Lee boats—first an Offshore 31, now a Cheoy Lee Clipper 42. O’Connell sailed the 42 from California to Australia. He had this to say about the Cheoy Lee Clipper 42.

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