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Three new models launched by super-yacht brand Cheoy Lee

The luxury yacht brand has launched three new models for 2013. Cheoy Lee, the only brand to launch three new models at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show in late 2012, is in its offering to ensure it meets the needs of its customers throughout the coming year.

The Alpha, Bravo and MAZU series each satisfy different needs, and European buyers can look forward to a guaranteed free berth in the Mediterranean for a year after purchase.

Alpha 76 Express Flybridge

Alpha 76 Express Flybridge, Cheoy Lee

This fast little whippersnapper has been designed for ultimate comfort with minimal shock and spray on deck, even at its top speed of 38 knots. Michael Peters designed the exterior while Luiz de Basto created the interior. The yacht, which sleeps up to six, also features SmartGlass, digitally transitioning glass that flows from transparent to opaque in seconds, blocking 99.5% of UV rays.

Bravo 88

Bravo 88, Cheony Lee

The Bravo 88, designed by M.G. Burvenich Yacht Design, has a classic hull design and a top speed of 25 knots. It sleeps eight guests across four rooms, with one master suite and one VIP suite, each with natural light and generous space. It’s efficient and easy to manoeuvre ensuring a great ride, ideal for luxury cruising.

MAZU 46 

Mazu 46

The sleek new 46-metre MAZU superyacht, designed by Ron Holland, is perfect for long-range journeys, has a top speed of 15 knots, and accommodates up to 10 guests and a crew of 12. The luxurious penthouse suite on the top deck offers plenty of room to relax and enjoy the sea views.

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Athos Cleanthous, co-founder of Cheoy Lee Riviera, said: “In these tough economic times when many boat brands are scaling back, Cheoy Lee is investing in new designs and models. We are really excited about the new models as it gives Cheoy Lee Riviera clients a wider range of options.”

Each superyacht is available through Cannes-based dealer Cheoy Lee Riviera. For more information, call +33 670 632 834 or visit the website.

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