Chinese yard Cheoy Lee has delivered a new Brave 78 yacht. The yacht has departed on its maiden voyage to the Bahamas.
The 23.8 metre yacht features naval architecture by Mike Buvenich, previously of Tom Fexas Yacht Design, and structural engineering by New Zealand-based High Modulus.
The interior design was sculpted by the owner and carried out by Seattle-based designer Sylvia Bolton.
The yard said that the yacht boasts “comfort, strength, sea-keeping and efficiency” and features three full-beam staterooms all equipped with en suites.
The semi-custom yacht
, which is powered by a pair of CAT C18 Acert 1,136HP, is based on a model available in a number of different main deck layout and décor options. It is equipped with a spacious flybridge and two main living areas on the main deck.
The pilothouse is equipped with a country kitchen, dinette and day head while a formal dining area and bar are located inside in the saloon. There are also plenty of alfresco entertainment spaces, including an open air dining table and wet bar on the aft deck, and outdoor galley and BBQ.
Italian yard Cayman Yachts has launched a new flagship yacht named F920. The yacht will have an official world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
The yard described the Cayman Yacht
F920 as “the starting point in our development of a new range of yachts”. It added that the model “characterised a cutting-edge technological method in construction while maintaining the stylistic identity of our brand”.
The 26 metre luxury yacht was built in Italy and features naval architecture by Ferragni Progetti and interiors by Isabelle Blanchere.
Powered by a pair of MTU 2600hp engines, the yacht can accommodate 12 guests across five cabins.The hull-deck structure of the yacht
is built in sandwich laminate, reinforced with carbon. The superstructure meanwhile is made of carbon with vacuum technology.