The Bravo 84 has been a great model for Cheoy Lee Shipyards, sea kindly, efficient and great turn of speed. Enter the new Mike Burvenich 88 Bravo, the best motoryacht in the 80 foot Bravo line to date. Just launched, sea trailed and shipping soon. She is by far the fastest, reaching 28 knots at full load.
A fine entry and graceful bow flare are the hallmarks of all Cheoy Lee Bravo Series Motoryachts. With dry decks and virtually no pounding, each Cheoy Lee Bravo tracks with unerring accuracy. Generous lifting surfaces aft reduce trim at transitional speeds, allowing the yachts to be run comfortably and efficiently through a wide range of speeds. Hull, superstructure, internal decks and bulkheads are of resin infused foam sandwich construction, for superior strength and reduced weight. Cheoy Lee Bravo Series Motoryachts are nimble, fuel efficient and responsive.
Also, the shipyard recently launched Hull No. 5033 number 1 of the Flybridge Alpha 76 series. 5033 is first put through dockside trials, where all systems are checked and re-checked for quality of operation. Once complete the boat is cleared for sea trials, where the vessel is put through its paces under full load. To her builders satisfaction 5033 has passed the sea trials with flying colors achieving 37.6 knots under full load.
Source: cheoyleena, August 2, 2012