Cheoy Lee Bravo 78 Review

Cheoy Lee celebrates the easy life at sea with their latest sports motoryacht.

At the recent Miami Boat Show, Cheoy Lee introduced the latest addition to its all-new Bravo Series the Bravo 78. The Bravo 78 comes from the design board of MG Burvenich, formerly of the Tom Fexas Design Group, with a fresh layout by the talented designer, Sylvia Bolton. The boat has a contemporary motif featuring a spacious saloon with formal dining and a country style galley forward with generous pantry and cabinet stowage. Below decks are three large staterooms with a king-size master and queen berths in the guest staterooms, all with large en-suite heads.

Because of Cheoy Lee’s high-quality, advanced construction and the yacht’s sophisticated design, the Bravo 78 will offer good performance and safety at sea.

Her deck spaces offer a high level of protection and comfort, thanks to generous overhangs and well-appointed lounge areas. The Bravo 78’s walk-around decks have ample bulwarks and stairways complimented by well-anchored 316-stainless railings, creating ease of access, comfort, and safety. The Bravo 78 is available in open and enclosed-bridge models.

She is powered by twin C18 1000hp Caterpillars, giving her a cruise speed of 23 knots and the deluxe version is complimented with top-of-the-line equipment and accessories.