Cheoy Lee launches another hull in their Bravo series of yachts

21 January 2011 • Written by Raphael Montigneaux

It was a wet and windy day when Cheoy Lee launched their latest yacht one week ago.

Known under the hull number 4915, this all-composite superyacht is based on the Bravo 95 series customised with an extra fishing cockpit. This extension gives her a length overall of 31.4m, making her the flagship of the Bravo series.

The naval architecture and the exterior design is by M.G. Burvenich Yacht Design offering excellent performance. Powered by twin Caterpillar C-32 engines of 1,900hp each, the yacht has a maximum speed over 20 knots and her range exceeds 2,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.

The hull 4915 will be not delivered to her US-owners for several months. Jonathan Cannon, Sales Manager, says: "We launch early to prove all the systems well in advance of delivery. The boat will come out again for final painting and completion works".

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