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Cheoy Lee 65/72 Motor Yacht (2010-)
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Brief Summary

Cheoy Lee’s Bravo 65/72 Motor Yacht is proof that classic design is timeless. Inspired by the masculine, New World boats of the early post-World War II years, Tom Fexas incorporated angles and straight lines, not Euro-swoops, to create a yacht whose profile reminds veteran boaters of yachts from a generation ago – maybe that’s two generations (we are getting older faster than we realize). Cheoy Lee was one of the first companies to build large production yachts in fiberglass, and Fexas designed most of them. Many knowledgeable boatmen feel the Bravo 65/72 was one of their finest collaborations.

Captain's Report

Cheoy Lee 65/72 Motor Yacht (2010-) Captain's Report is archived.