Maverick | Cheoy Lee 41' 1966

Portsmouth, RI

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John Osetek

David Walters Yachts is pleased to announce the opening of their Newport, RI, office with John Osetek at the helm. John's on the water experience is a varied as his marine business experience, from racing Thisles on Lake Ontario as a teenager to acting as operations officer aboard a fleet tanker during his service in the US Navy.

With over thirty years in the marine industry assisting clients in buying, selling, financing and building power and sailing yachts, John's experience and expertise run from runabouts and day sailers to custom world cruisers. His ten plus years with Alden Yachts make him a valuable resource for current Alden owners or those interested in purchasing an Alden.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: Maverick
Builder: Cheoy Lee
Model: Rhodes Reliant
Year: 1966
Location: Portsmouth, RI
Asking Price: $65,000
Designer: Phillip Rhodes
Hull Material: Fiberglass

Owner has purchased another boat and would like this Rhodes sold. Will consider reasonable offers. A well maintained and continuously upgraded classic yacht designed by Phillip Rhodes. Featured in 2014 Antique and Classic Boat Rendezvous. This is a correct Rhodes Reliant, not a Cheoy Lee Offshore 39. At least 6 sister ships have circumnavigated. It is rigged as a cutter rigged yawl allowing flexibility. This yacht has cruised extensively and is a very solid performer in all conditions. The teak decks and core were removed and replaced with balsa and oak cores, sealed with epoxy and re-decked with glass and Treadmaster. Custom dodgers were recently recovered with white Sunbrella as well as matching sail and hatch covers. All upholstery was renewed with Sunbrella fabric in 2011. Both masts are aluminum with spruce booms.

Builder: Cheoy Lee
Designer: Phillip Rhodes
Keel: Full
LOA: 40 ft 9 in
Beam: 10 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 9 in
Displacement: 20700 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 51 ft 0 in
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Westerbeke/Perkins
Year Built: 1966
Engine Model: 4-107
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2200
Fresh Water Tanks: (45 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (80 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1


Starting forward, there is a comfortable V berth. In the step between the V berth there are water tanks and a chain locker. The forward marine toilet, from the original design, has been removed and replaced with lockers.

There are also hanging lockers to starboard. Moving aft, the main salon has a L shaped settee on the port side which is fixed. There is lots of storage behind and under the settee. A wood burning stove is installed in the forward area of the main cabin. Across to starboard is the galley. The stove is a Kenyon alcohol. The sink is a single SS with pressurized hot and cold water and pressure salt water for rinse. The refrigerator is just aft of the sink with a Barber unit that will make ice. Aft of the galley is a large wet locker which is right next to the forward companion way steps. Across to port is a large head with two access doors. Sinks, refrigerator and shower drain to a grey water tank with electric pump to discharge.

In the center of the aft cabin is a custom navigation table so that you can spread out an entire chart. There are spacious berths to either side of the nav. station with lots of storage above and underneath.

  • Furuno 1715 Radar (new 2012)
  • Standard Horizon CP190 Chart plotter with Cmax chip for entire East Coast, Gulf and Caribbean (new June 2012)
  • Raymarine wind/speed/depth (new 2011)
  • Raymarine autopilot driving hydraulic ram (new 2010)
  • Standard Horizon AIS/dsc VHF Radio linked to chart plotter and remote handset/head (new 2011)
  • (4) Batteries

  • Mainsail with 2 reefs
  • Hood Furling Jib 100%
  • Staysail
  • Doyle Asymmetric Spinnaker with Sock (new 2011)
  • Spinnaker
  • Mizzen Staysail
  • Dodgers and sail covers (new 2010)

  • Decks re-cored and fiberglass 1996 with treadmaster non skid
  • Ideal Windlass chain and rope
  • Hood furling drum
  • Telescoping whisker pole
  • 45 lb. CQR anchor w/200 feet of chain
  • Spare Danforth anchor

Additional Features
  • Hull and cabin Awlgrip (Hull 2015)
  • Opening Vetus port lights


Spare anchors and rode under cockpit.

Bell on mizzen mast.

Personal gear.


Length: 41'
Beam: 10' 9:
Draft: 5' 9
Engine Hours: John Osetek