Yachting recently had the chance to tour Cheoy Lee’s Bravo 72. The Cheoy Lee Bravo 72 is the entry into the builder’s four-model Bravo line ranging from 72 feet to 98 feet LOA.
Her hull design comes from Howard Apollonio, and the 72 built via resin-infused, foam-cored fiberglass, which gives the yacht a solid backbone. Carbon fiber is used in strategic areas for added strength.
The Bavo 72’s interior design is from Sylvia Bolton Design and features an unobstructed floorplan. The counterpoint between dark and light throughout the salon and dining area is a design highlight and adding an elegant touch.
In the galley, you’ll find Bosch and Sub-Zero appliances, and stone countertops, plus a dinette with glass tabletop across from the helm.
Aft, teak steps flank either side of swim platform, which is equipped with 1,000-pound TNT hydraulic lift for your tender.
Up top, entertainment takes center stage. The Bravo 72’s flybridge is equipped with a dinette, grill, refrigerator and a spacious aft area for lounging with a few cocktails and burgers.
Bring the whole family: This yacht has four staterooms and four heads, accommodations for eight guests. She a full-beam master suite, a forepeak VIP, a double twin-berth stateroom and a twin-berth bunkbed stateroom. There’s also has one crew cabin.
Cruising Power: This Cheoy Lee Bravo 72 has twin 800 hp, Volvo Penta 1050 IPS diesels. Volvo Penta 1200 IPS diesels or Caterpillar diesels with a straight shaft setup are optional. Two 23 kW Kohler gensets provide power at sea.
Engineers’ Delight: Engineers will be happy to find the engine room has plenty of room to work around the engines.
Keep your eyes peeled for more from on board the Cheoy Lee Bravo 72 with Yachting.