July 5, 2017

New Model: Cheoy Lee 72 Bravo

Cheoy Lee expand its Bravo line with a new 72 entry level model.  Designed by Howard Apollonio naval architect and exterior lines, and Sylvia Bolton responsible for the interior the new 72 Bravo is a conservative looker.  The interior of this new Cheoy Lee 72 Bravo also presents itself on the conservative side with the standard for this size four double cabins layout; owners at midships, VIP forward, twin to port side, and twin bunk to starboard layout plan.  The main deck of the 72 Bravo offers a full living space with an open galley, and a central helm station.  Flybridge is fully reserved for entertainment with tender storage staying aft on the bathing platform.  Power comes from twin Volvo 800hp units with IPS pod propulsion.
Technical Data:
LOA - 23.44 m (76.9ft)
Hull Length - 21.9 m
Waterline Length - 20.3 m
Beam - 6.05 m
Draft - 1.50 m
Displacement - 42600 kg
Fuel Capacity - 4010 l
Water Capacity - 1060 l
Accommodation - eight berths in four cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Volvo D11 800hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking IPS1050 dual propeller pod drives
Construction - Vinilester resin infused bi-axial and tri-axial E-glass, Divinycell core for all construction, Alexseal paint, Epoxy barrier on hull bottom
Project - Howard Apollonio naval architect, Sylvia Bolton interior