La Luna is a 47-foot Cheoy Lee Cutter, designed by David Pedrick. EW and I always include "desiged by David Pedrick" in our description of her. That's because the Cheoy Lee yard has a certain uneven reputation for sail boats, and the quality and style of one's Cheoy Lee is largely depenedent on the particular designer for that line of boats. Mr. Pedrick worked with Cheoy Lee in the late 70s and early 80s, designing semi-custom blue-water boats in from 37-53 feet in length.
La Luna was one of 11 47s built, and one of only 5 center cockpit models. (Or it was one of 6 center-cockpits -- I never can remember.) What I do know is that we have seen four of the 47s -- really. Ours is the best we've seen, because it was built with custom features and upgrades not found in the other three. Those range from a larger diameter engine shaft, to lovely oval bulkhead opening between the galley/chart table area and the main salon.
She's very well-built with one-inch mahogany core between the fiberglass decking. She's a sturdy blue water boat and we love her.