Cheoy Lee will be exhibiting at the next Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, running from October 25 to 29. The company will be located on the face dock, Slips 6A, 6B abd 6C. Featured new luxury vessels comprise Alpha 76 Express yacht, Alpha 76 Flybridge Express yacht, motor yacht Bravo 88 as well as the 151′ Marco Polo superyacht MAZU.
Alpha 76 Express
The Alpha express series hull and exterior lines are designed by the well known Michael Peters design group while the interior design has been entrusted to the competent Luiz de Basto. The line comprises of a 76 Express with three staterooms and galley on the lower deck and a beautifully styled atrium helm and lounge on the upper deck.
The 76 yacht is also available in a fly bridge configuration featuring upper and lower helms in a three stateroom with galley up layout. Each of these yachts are a new fresh approach to their type with excellent accommodation and lounge area with top speeds exceeding 36 knots. Soon to come in line in the Alpha series from the same designers is a four stateroom sport bridge 87 Express Sport to debut at the 2013 FLIBS.
While Cheoy Lee has been extremely busy with the creation of the Alpha series they also were as busy with the new 88′ Bravo yacht, an all new Michael Burvenich design with an incredible interior designed by the talented Sylvia Bolton who also created the interior styling of the very well received 78 Bravo. The 88 is an open bridge, dual station, four stateroom arrangement with two staterooms in crew and a top speed of over 27 knots.
151′ Marco Polo MAZU
Last but not least is the 46-metre motor yacht Mazu. She is a Marco polo series expedition yacht, designed by MCC to the lines of the well known Ron Holland design group for Marco Polo Series. Sophisticated in concept, design and engineering, Mazu is capable of extreme range while offering the height of luxury and stability at sea.
Luxury yacht Mazu offers a very private owners suite complete with a lounge office and outside sundeck, she is also equipped with a gymnasium and media room. Guests reside in three well appointed staterooms on the lower level with crew accommodations forward, inclusive of crew lounge and full laundry facilities.