Chinese yard Cheoy Lee has delivered a new Bravo 78 yacht, which is now undertaking its first voyage to the Bahamas.
Spanning 23.8 metres (78 feet), the yacht is the result of naval architecture by Mike Bunvenich and structural engineering by New Zealand-based High Modulus. Her interior design was envisioned by the owner and implemented by Seattle-based designer Sylvia Bolton.
According to the yard, Bravo 78 features “comfort, strength, sea-keeping and efficiency” and boasts three full-beam staterooms that are equipped with en-suite bathrooms.
A semi-custom yacht, she is powered by a pair of CAT C18 Acert 1,136hp engines and is based on a model available in a number of different main-deck layout and décor options. Among her key characteristics are a spacious flybridge and two main living areas situated on the main deck.
The pilothouse comes with a country kitchen, dinette and day head, while the saloon hosts a formal dining area and bar. There are a number of al-fresco entertainment spaces, including an open-air dining table and wet bar on the aft deck, and outdoor galley and BBQ.