The cockpit is large and comfortable and can easily seat 6-8 people. Access to the interior is down a centerline companion way. The interior is well appointed, light and airy. The galley is located on the starboard side which consists of a refrigeration, freezer and a three-burner gimballed stainless stove with oven. Just aft of the galley are dual single quarter berths, as well as on the port side. Just forward of the port side berths is a complete navigation station with chart table and seat. A settee is just forward of the navigation station, with a large U-shape settee and table to starboard. Forward to starboard is an enclosed head with a vacuum flush toilet. Opposite to port is a separate enclosed stall shower. Forward is an enclosed sleeping cabin with double berths, en-suite head and sink. All the way forward is a large storage area for sails and extra cruising gear.
Large table with U-shape seating on starboard side with additional seating on port side. Very light with white LP painted bulkheads and new light wood flooring.
Located forward of main salon with double berths.
Located aft with four adjustable berths.
CHEETAH is a performance cruising sloop. Designed by renowned naval architect Doug Peterson and built by Dencho Marine in Long Beach, California. Originally built for downwind racing such has Trans Pac to Hawaii and Southern California races to Mexico, she now has been converted to be more of a cruiser but still offers exceptional speed with sails rigged for double or single handed sailing. The interior is fresh and light with full accommodations, double berth staterooms, en-suite heads with a separate stall shower. Complete galley with dining table with port and starboard settees. Other amenities include new wood flooring, newer Yanmar diesel engine, electric winches, Harken roller furling and up-to-date electronics. Recent sail inventory.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.