S/V Astraea is currently available for sale. To make arrangements for a showing contact Joe and Tom at La Paz Yachts. Available in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Listed at
Main features include:
2010 Westerbeke Engine with 618 Hours
Crisp Jib, Main and Mizzen
45lb CQR anchor and 400′ of chain, Simpson Lawrence Sea Tiger 555 manual windlass
Furuno Navnet VX2 radar and chartplotter at navigation station with helm
Standard Horizon GPS/AIS integrated with Furuno Navnet VX2 navigation system
Backup Furuno plotter in Captain’s Cabin
Sea Quencher 200 Gallon per day watermaker
Technautics cold plate refrigerator/freezer with engine and 115VAC compressor
Comfortable accomodations for six in two separate cabins
Walker Bay 8′ tender with inflatable tube kit and 5HP Nissan two stroke outboard
200 watts of solar power
Honda 2000 generator
New bottom paint October 2015
Many onboard spares and safety equipment
Get in touch with us if you have any questions, to arrange a showing or for more information:
YEAR/MAKE/MODEL OF VESSEL: 1981 CHEOY LEE 41 KETCH
DESIGNER & BUILDER: RAY RICHARDS FOR CHEOY LEE – HONG KONG ROC
Length : 40.75′
Displacement: 23,000 lbs
Dry Ballast : 8,700 lbs
FUEL: 90 gallons
WATER: 90 gallons
HOLDING: 36 gallons
Hull Material: Solid Laminated Fiberglass
Engine: 2010 Westerbeke 44 HP Diesel
Bow and 45lb CQR
Aft Starboard, Monitor windvane, Lifesling, MOB horseshoe buoy and MOB pole
Furuno radar and WiFi booster with onboard hotspot
Mizzen mast with antennas
Main mast with main, jib and spinnaker halyards, two courtesy halyards, radar reflectors, tri-color navigation and anchor light and windex
The comfy cockpit with Honda 2000 generator for running refrigeration and battery charging at anchor
Cheoy Lee 29 dual speed jib sheet winches
Binnacle with Furuno Navnet VX2 radar chartplotter display, compass with light and monitor steering lines led to the wheel
Plotter with integrated AIS from VHF radio
Traveler and halyard cleats
lighted binnacle compass
Halyard and main sheet winches. Boom vang and master stateroom dorade
B&G depth, speed and water temperature instruments. Jensen CD/iPod/Radio. Standard Horizon remote VHF handset
The companionway is offset to port allowing for a more spacious Captain’s cabin
Clear side decks and ample handholds for moving forward. Dorades provide ventilation for foul weather and large hatches open to allow fresh air in.
45lb CQR anchor and rock solid Simpson Lawrence Sea Tiger 555 two speed manual windlass
Mast rails. The main mast has winches for dinghy lifting and the boom has a winch for reefing
200 watts of flexible solar on the bimini
Teak woodwork with new headliner and formica lining by the portlights lights up the interior. All interior lights are red/white LED
The master stateroom looking aft. There is a large locker by the companionway.
LED stateroom reading lights, another large locker with SeaQuencher watermaker, anchor alarm and backup Furuno chartplotter, drawers and shelves for storage.
View of the Captain’s cabin from the galley
View forward in the captain’s cabin. This cabin features a large hatch and fan for ventilation, large window for light and shade for privacy. 12VDC and USB charging plugs for electronic devices.
On entering Astraea there is a large navigation station immediately to port. The nav station has it’s own LED red/white light and easy access to the Furuno NavNet VX2 chartplotter and VHF radio.
Standard Horizon radio with GPS and AIS
Furuno chartplotter with integrated AIS
Electrical sub panel for Radar, VHF, Sailing Instruments, GPS, Spare outlet and refrigerator, Tricolor masthead light, Electronics (WiFi Booster), and watermaker seawater boost and washdown pump
High water bilge pump with light and audible alarm
NewMar battery monitor system, 12V plug, low level automatic bilge pump
Solar charge controller
Main electrical panel with battery selector switch
Double quarterberths, secure ladder with handholds, main shore power breaker and galvonic isolator.
View forward with galley to port and head door to starboard
Double stainless sinks, fan and overhead hatch in the galley. Seawater foot pump and watermaker sample tap/manual hand pump.
Three burner gimbaled Force 10 stove with oven and broiler.
Technautics cold plate freezer with refrigerator
Salon seats 6 comfortably
Table folds up and down
Ample storage in lockers and shelves. Water tanks are located beneath the port and starboard salon seats.
A comfy and cozy interior. There is a lee cloth on the port bunk for off watch crew to watch movies. There is a large hatch with two fans for ventilation.
There was water damage to the port side teak veneer but when things are on the shelves the cosmetic only damage is not visible.
Starboard side veneer and storage are in great shape
All the portlights were removed, sand blasted, powder coated and resealed in 2012.
Plate and cup storage
The head has an opening portlight for fresh air. A Raritan PH2 head can be aligned to the holding tank or overboard for passages. The toilet can be aligned for freshwater flushing to reduce head odors or seawater flushing.
The head has ample storage in lockers and cabinets above and below the sink. The sink faucet is removable and can be used as a shower head. There is a drain and shower sump pump for overboard discharge of shower water.
The V berth features over/under bunks with an upper and lower lee cloth. The custom lee cloths were made for children’s bunks.
Lee cloths clip up all the way
V berth with the lee cloths removed
Lead acid batteries new in 2015 with charging relay. No need to change the battery selector switch to charge the starting battery and house bank.
30 amp PWM solar charge controller
Ditch bag with emergency supplies, Jensen marine radio and watermaker filters located under the Nav station
Underneath the floorboards is the Westerbeke 44 engine, dual racor fuel filters, Technautics engine driven refrigeration system, Balmar 100 Amp alternator and snart charge controller and a six gallon water heater.
The engine has a remote oil filter to make changing it easier.
Dual racors and refrigeration components
Walker Bay 8 dinghy with inflatable tubes, oars and Nissan 5HP two stroke outboard
The Nissan outboard has an integrated fuel tank and can plane the dinghy with one occupant.
Sailing downwind with the Monitor windvane
Sailing close hauled in to the sunset