V 128 Verena Rose

Verena Rose was one of eleven Cheoy Lee, series built, Vertues, for the British market that were shipped in 1963.



Verena Rose was regularly photographed with her immaculate varnished teak topsides, like many of her Hong Kong built close sister-ships.   Any recent news of her would be nice to share.


  • Laurent Giles design No: 492
  • Builder: Cheoy Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong
  • Launch Date: 1963
  • Hull Material: Teak on Ipol
  • Deck: Sheathed ply?
  • Engine: Yes
  • Ballast keel material: Lead?
  • Doghouse: Long
  • Cockpit: Short
  • Berths: Four
  • Rig: Masthead bermudan sloop with inner forestay.
  • Mast: Wood with twin pairs of spreaders.
  • Heads'ls: Genoa and stays'ls
  • Backstay arrangement: Single standing to boomkin
  • Home Port: Not Known
  • Current Owner: Unknown
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  • Other comments: Verena Rose used to be based on the NE coast of England but we don't know where she is now.