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.