Cheoy Lee’s Bravo 95′ Motoryacht is the flagship of the Bravo series. Amazingly strong, lightweight and quiet as a result of resin infused composite construction, the yacht also returns impressive speed and fuel economy levels. This salute to good engineering features a 3 1/2 deck layout, offering tremendous interior volume as well as excellent versatility. The interior can be finished to the owner’s individual taste, making full use of Cheoy Lee’s wide selection of woods and furnishing materials. Comfortably cruising at over 20 knots, range is in excess of 1,000nm. The Bravo 95′ is also able to offer extended cruising range at lower speeds, over 2000nm at 10 knots.
The collective skills of Cheoy Lee’s 140 year building heritage, crisp contemporary exterior lines by Michael Peters and interior design from Luiz deBasto bring to the market an exceptional new Express yacht.
State of the art engineering and components, and a thoroughbred hull form leave no doubt that this yacht has a strong focus on performance. Yet walk through the yacht’s lavish interior and all thoughts of the yacht’s aggressive performance characteristics melt away.
Following the Alpha 76 e=Express and Flybridge models, the Alpha 87’s increased volume boasts four staterooms below with formal dining, galley and salon on the main deck level. Her deBasto design interior is richly styled with tastefully placed high-end fixtures.
The Alpha 87 has excellent space planning, inclusive of a full beam master’s stateroom with king bed, settee, vanity and ensuite head. The hull windows provide excellent vistas, plenty of ambient light and an open airy feel in the stateroom, head and walk-in hanging locker.
The queen guest stateroom to port, twin stateroom to starboard and the VIP queen stateroom forward welcome your guests. Staterooms are well planned with abundant storage and ensuite heads and showers.
The lower deck is accessed via twin curved stairs ahead of the lower helm station.
Panoramic views contribute to safe navigation while underway but also add to the open feeling evoked throughout the yacht. The formal dining area is a focal point of the main deck. Centrally located aft of the helm station, it is designed to seat six comfortably, with easy access to the open plan galley.
Flanking the aft deck settee are twin stairs to the swim platform. Beneath the sun pad is the option of a four person hot tub.
Forward, along wide side decks you are led to a welcoming settee, for socializing while underway. Storage is abundant in the form of bow storage lockers.
The Sport designation of this model refers to her “Sport Bridge” design. This compact command centre enables the yacht to maintain her sporty profile while offering a fully functioning fly bridge. Configuration options include sofa seating and a wet bar, perfect for social gatherings. This is an area to pilot the yachts, or just to sit and enjoy the ride.
Access to the crew area is through a full size door leading down comfortable steps from the aft deck. The two stateroom crew quarters include a fully equipped galley and dinette.
Explore the World with the Serenity 90′ Expedition from Cheoy Lee. A big, burly, no nonsense vessel that can go anywhere in comfort and style. Decades of Cheoy Lee experience in building offshore commercial vessels, ocean going tugs and world class motoryachts has allowed the creation of the Serenity 90′ Expedition, a motoryacht ready for adventure.
Representing Cheoy Lee motor yachts – City of Sails Marine in conjunction with SeaBoats – Contact Blair Harkness, Auckland, New Zealand. Mobile +64 21 245 8809
For the highly discriminating yachtsman. Experience counts!
The Bravo 88 is built for the knowledgeable yachtsman who sees beyond the highly polished fixtures and exotic inlays. Knowing what’s important, our construction and ship calibre engineering will give years of trouble free service and durability. You will immediately notice the differences, building widely diverse vessels, is a qualification that exceeds all others for the production of superior quality yachts.
With timeless beauty in everything from the hull to the smartly appointed superstructure, the Bravo 88 will stand out in every port with style and grace. The Bravo 88 boasts a luxurious four stateroom layout. The design is elegant and contemporary, each cabin offering an unsuited head and shower, well it, open and airy with plenty of storage. The full beam master and VIP offer high levels of comfort and relaxing vistas through beautifully styled hull windows.
Knowing how owners use their yachts is important. 140 years of understanding customer needs is one of Cheoy Lee’s many assets.
The deckhouse can be considered as two distinct living areas. The open comfortable country kitchen is a good gathering place for our family and friends. With a formal dining area and bar, the salon is perfect for elegant entertaining, and gently curved couches invite you in for conversation or movies.
We know you like alfresco entertaining, too, so the spacious after deck has an open air dining table and wet bar. Twin stairs lead down to your private “beach” on the transom platform, making boarding from the dock or a tender safe and easy. Primary access to the well-appointed crew quarters, complete with lounge and galley is from the transom, with secondary access from the aft deck for safety while underway.
A wide and gentle staircase leads from the aft deck to a spacious fly bridge protected from the elementary by a full hardtop. Underway or at anchor, you’ll will appreciate the built-in dinette and curved settee, and the full bar is a god place to keep an eye on the chef, at the outdoor galley with barbecue. The Bravo 88 boat deck easily accommodates a 15’ RIB of your choice… no more worries about an undersized tender!
The foredeck is sculpted to receive large, comfortable sun pads or available table and seating, with safe access via wide side decks with high bulwarks. Now all you needs is a cold drink, and you are ready to watch the world go by!
You’re knowledgeable about yachts, so take your time looking around the engine room. Cheoy Lee has a shipbuilding division, building everything from ocean going ships to tugs for the Panama Panel Canal. The Bravo 88 benefits from professional mariners who won’t tolerate anything less than the very best. They expect rugged construction, simple to maintain systems, and seaworthy installations, and that’s what you will find on the Bravo 88.
A truly great yacht like the Bravo 88 isn’t just about superior finishing, inlaid woods, and stainless steel rails, fittings that are works of art, and sumptuous suede and marble work. It is about systems built to last, and function under harsh conditions. It’s about the absence of any structural wood. It’s about clearly labelled wiring and electrical panels with ship grade durability. It’s about integral tanks that create a double bottomed hull for safety. It’s about installing the finest equipment with the best warranties.
Superior construction and unequalled engineering. A promise we’ve kept for 140 years.
Sight down the hull; it’s a perfect mirror finish with no bumps or hard spots. That’s because we put in the extra hours making our fiberglass work absolutely perfect. And that’s a sign of quality you can see.
The fiberglass tanks- fuel, water, and holding – are moulded into the hull, creating a double- bottomed safety zone in case the outer hull is holed. This type of construction adds greatly to the strength of the hull while towering the center of gravity of the yacht. And, of course, you’ll never worry about corrosion in the Bravo 88 tanks.
With the carefully engineering structure, integrated vinylester laminates plus an epoxy barrier system on the hull bottom and no structural wood, the Bravo 88 is warranted for five years against any structural problems or osmosis.
When it comes to good looks, Cheoy Lee won’t settle for just a gel coat finish. Each Bravo 88 is impeccably finished mega yacht standards with Awl grip or Alexseal coatings designed for the marine environment. Not only does it have a brilliant gloss, but it will last years longer than gel coat.
Take time to poke around the Bravo 88… and we mean open the hatches and peer into hidden corners. You’ll begin to understand what Cheoy Lee means by “superior construction”.
The hull, deck and structures are resin-infused multi-axial E-glass laminates with foam coring and specialized carbon fiber reinforcements in critical areas. This methods is continued through the internal bulkheads and cabin soles creating a light but incredibly strong monocoque structure.
Unlike other builders, we use no structural wood in the Bravo 88, so there is never any danger of rot weakening any structural component.
The Bravo 88 is the brainchild of a long standing partnership between Cheoy Lee and the naval architect Mike Burvenich. Given a tough challenge to create a yacht that was comfortable in a seaway, fast enough to outrun a squall or get to the best anchorage first and, even tougher, be highly fuel efficient, the team delivered. Once the lines were completed, Cheoy Lee brought in High Modulus, the renowned structural engineering company whose portfolio ranges from American’s Cup yachts to military craft. As the world leader in composite engineering, High Modulus performed an intensive structural analysis, and then provided an optimized construction program based on RINA classification requirements for high speed craft.
Cheoy Lee Shipyards holds ISO 9001: 2008 certification, follows class approved manufacturing procedures, and meets the recommendations and standards of the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC)
When it comes to equipping the Bravo 88, we know you won’t accept “good enough”. Neither will us. Every piece of equipment and every system on the Bravo 88 was carefully chosen not for price, but for reliability and suitability.
A high performance hull by Michael Peters, a Louis deBasto fashioned interior and a century of boat building knowledge define a sports yacht that breaks new ground.
The Alpha 76 Flybridge is a yacht that the whole family will enjoy.
Cheoy Lee couples the talents of an impressive design team to deliver the Alpha 76 Flybridge. Fast, efficient and remarkably dry this is an aggressive performer with impeccable manners. Composite structural engineering specialists Gurit were contracted to develop the foam cored monocoque structure, to meet the structural standards of Germanischer Lloyd classification society.
To minimize vibration, Cheoy Lee builds the Alpha’s interior on a floating framework, isolated from the hull and support members. Hull rigidity is increased by integrating tankage with the hull structure. A feature of all Cheoy Lee yachts, where the resulting “double bottom” offers significant safety benefits, increases tank capacity, lowers centre of gravity and avoids corrosion associated with metal tanks.
The Alpha 76 is an advanced machine, able to rapidly consume miles of ocean in whatever form that comes. Focus however is never lost of the ultimate goal. Pleasure aboard for the owner, family and friends.
Nestled within the Michael Peters hull is a sumptuously crafted interior conceived by Luis deBasto. Exquisite joinery, meticulous design and attention to detail define the interior that is executed to perfection by the craftsmen at Cheoy Lee.
Comfortable accommodation for six adults and two is housed with the interior of the Alpha 76 Flybridge. The full beam master stateroom has large hull side windows, which extend through into the unsuited head and cedar lined wardrobe. These bright spaces with sea views are the perfect place to unwind.
Lined in accented honeycomb core marble the master head includes a large Jacuzzi tub.
Two guest’s staterooms, one to port and one forward, each offer island double berths and unsuited heads. Spacious staterooms and heads with abundant storage allow your guests to feel right at home.
To starboard of the wood planked lower deck foyer, there is a day head and laundry room equipped with a washer dryer and fitted with linen storage lockers.
Two crew can be accommodated aft, with separate access to their self-contained quarters from the aft deck.
The galley, dining area, salon and lower helm station are cleverly laid out on the main deck to maximize available space. Located aft, the galley opens out to the aft deck via sliding glass doors. Centrally located the galley effectively serves the dining area, aft deck, flybridge and foredeck seating areas.
Wide and comfortable stairs link the aft deck and the flybridge. The flybridge is fitted with a double helm seat at the central control station, lounge seating and an inviting sun deck aft.
The aft deck dining area and lounge sits immediately ahead of an island sun pad. Shade can be provided by an awning that powers out from a sleek compartment in the hardtop, and there is also the option of a 4-person hot tub beneath the sun pad.
More sunbathing areas are provided on the foredeck, in addition to comfortable sofa seating that can accommodate the entire party.
For more information contact our team at City of Sails Marine Brokers, Phone Blair Harkness: 021 245 8809 or Janis Marler: 021 658 668.
The Alpha 76 Express is a nimble yacht that lives large. Cutting edge design and the innovative use of technology smartly combine to put the future of yachting at your fingertips. Exhilarating speed, a comfortable ride, ease of operation and elegance at every turn.
The hull is fast and efficient. From a naval architect with the race boat pedigree of Michael Peters, that is to be expected. Coupled with a foam cored monologue structure from leading marine structural engineers Gurit, and you start to appreciate why Alpha yachts just feel good.
Engineering prowess may be appreciated, if not noticed, but the Alpha 76 welcomes guests in fine style. Nestled within the Michael Peter hull is a sumptuously crafted interior conceived by Luis deBasto. Efficient space planning, abundant ambient light and exquisite joinery define the interior. However, there is no wood in the structure of an Alpha, only resin infused, foam cored composites. That not only saves weight, but frees the Alpha 76 of any concerns over swelling wood, warping or creaking joints.
Cheoy Lee builds the Alpha’s interior on a floating composite framework, isolated from the hull and support members. This more intricate method of construction greatly reduces the transmission of noise and vibration from the primary hull structure into the yacht’s interior. The effect is tangible and sets the Alpha apart. Hull rigidity is increased by integrating all tankage into the hull structure. A feature of all Cheoy Lee yachts, the resulting “double bottom” offers significantl safety benefits in case of grounding or bottom damage. It also increases hull rigidity, increases fluid capacities, lowers the centre of gravity, and of course, avoids any tank corrosion issues.
The Alpha 76 Express offers comfortable accommodation for six adults and two crew. The master enjoys a full beam stateroom accessed via a grand central stair. Large hull side windows enhance the bright and spacious area, which is clad with honeycomb cored marble and the master includes a Jacuzzi tub.
The galley and dining area on the lower deck is bathed in natural light from the glazing ahead of the helm station. Fully fitted to meet the demands of an expert chef, this is a delightful place to prepare and consume meals. Central to the lower deck accommodation, the area also serves as a lobby between master and guest stateroom.
You would expect a sport yacht to offer sun pads forward. The Alpha 76 Express obliges, and goes further with comfortable foredeck seating where your entire party can gather. Relaxing at anchor or enjoying the thrill of a high speed run to your favourite retreat, this area welcomes you. Access is via wide side decks protected by sturdy bulwarks and stainless steel rails. Ample storage for deck gear and leisure accessories is all around.
The aft deck dining area and lounge sits immediately ahead of an island sun pad. Shade can be provided by an awning that powers out from a compartment in the hardtop, and there is also the option of a 4-person hot tub beneath the sun pad. Aboard the Alpha 76, the doors separating the aft deck from the saloon open fully to create a continuous indoor-outdoor living area.
Cheoy Lee Alpha yachts bring you service, plus friendly boating while raising the bar on build quality and engineering refinement.
A new generation of Express yachts has arrived.
For more information contact our team at City of Sails Marine Brokers, Phone Blair Harkness: 021 245 8809 or Janis Marler: 021 658 668.
Cheoy Lee Bravo 78. Built to please the experienced skipper.
A spacious boat deck providing space for a 15′ tender, and there’s still room for chairs or water toys.
Hardtop… more than 21′ long, with stainless steel handrail surrounding the entire bridge windscreen.
A bridge overhang providing sun protection for the saloon as well as rain protection on the decks. Wide side decks protected by high bulwarks topped with stainless steel handrails for safety.
A flush pilothouse pantograph door providing easy access to the deck for shorthanded cruising.
Triple heavy duty pantograph windshield wipers with washers.
Beautifully welded rails of 316 stainless steel surrounding the deck.
Available reclining lounge seats built into foredeck.
Two large flush deck lockers on the foredeck.
Hawse with pivot style anchor pulpit making for easy anchor handling.
Large oval ports providing plenty of light and a great view for the master and VIP staterooms.
Sturdy rubbing strakes capped with stainless steel protecting the hull from pilings.
Boarding doors in bulwarks on both port and starboard sides.
Spacious after deck with dining table and wet bar for entertaining.
Swim platform making boarding easy, and allowing direct access to engine room and crew quarters.
For more information contact our team at City of Sails Marine Brokers, Phone Blair Harkness: 021 245 8809 or Janis Marler: 021 658 668.
Big Bud is a single screw steel Expedition Motor Yacht which also features a single auxiliary engine for redundancy purposes. The vessel has two decks with the engineering and tankage below the hull deck line with the bulk of the accommodation below the main deck.
The vessel has a raised wheelhouse forward of amidships. The engine room is large and is under the on-deck accommodation.
Cheoy Lee Serenity 68, from a company that knows a thing or two about long range cruising.
From your earliest glimpse of the Cheoy Lee Serenity 68, it’s going to be love at first sight. This is a yacht that is not only luxuriously appointed, but gloriously tempting. She is the sort of yacht that makes you want to get out the charts, plan a voyage, set a course and head offshore for grand adventures.
The graceful curve of the sheer line draws on her classic lineage, and ensures that she will retain her good looks for decades. This is a yacht to venture far offshore, and she has a seaman-like heritage from the rugged anchor plates at the bow to the Portuguese bridge, to the over-sized rails surrounding the deck. She is, in fact, not really a yacht. The Serenity 68 is a little ship.
Tough and seaworthy doesn’t have to mean giving up creature comforts, and the Serenity 68 is superbly finished to the highest yacht standards in the world. Each yacht draws on generations of Cheoy Lee craftsmen who create interiors that are truly works of art. Whether it is the inlaid teak panelling or the perfectly designed furniture, you simply can’t find a better finish, and see if you can feel where a woodworker has created a joint. Bet you can’t!
Go aboard the Serenity 68 and take your time to discover how beautifully this yacht is equipped and finished.
The latest in Cheoy Lee’s full displacement Serenity Series, the Serenity 61 is another rugged and seaworthy motor yacht.
Configured with a single main engine, with the option of a get home wing engine or twins, the Serenity 61 offers the range and ability to take on any ocean. The high freeboard, safe decks, canoe stern, double bottoms, Germanischer Lloyd approved construction and offshore commercial grade engineering makes this one of the most dependable yachts afloat.
In combination with interior refinement, style and outstanding fuel efficiency, the Serenity 61 is a class above conventional trawler yachts, and a green alternative for the sophisticated luxury yacht owner.
EUROPEAN BOAT OF THE YEAR! This is a true blue-water cruising launch. Contact us for detailed specification and pricing.
$1,800,000.00 (Price quoted is subject to foreign exchange fluctuation, duties and taxes.)
The Aquila range of new luxury power catamarans is now available for discerning New Zealand buyers.
The Aquila 44 (pictured) is the mid-size version of this outstanding range, and is equipped with twin Volvo D4, 300HP Diesels, Shaft Drives. Cruise 18 knots plus, in comfort with economy. Master King Size cabin forward plus 2 Queen cabins, each with separate ensuites. 4 zone aircon, genset, BBQ…. the list goes on…..
The Aquila 44 is one of the family of Aquila Power Catamarans that bring together an incredible team of designers, builders and managers to result in one of the fastest growing brands of catamaran – exclusively power! Available in three models. Aquila 38, Aquila 44 and Aquila 48. VIDEO – Enjoy the ride: Aquila 44
In exciting news from Aquila Powercats there is now a Passage Maker option which gives the boats almost double the range of the standard set up.
By moving the water tanks and installing two new 360L fuel tanks in the forward compartments plus utilizing the 360L aft fuel tank option the fuel capacity can be taken from 1100L to 2180L. At the long range speed of 6.5kts this will take the range from 718NM to around 1400NM with a 5% reserve, comfortably allowing you to travel from Auckland to Sydney on just one tank of fuel.
Enquire now and make an appointment to view: Contact our team at City of Sails Marine Brokers, Phone Blair: 021 245 8809 or Janis: 021 658 668.
A well presented spacious pilot house motor cruiser currently in survey for 32 passengers and two crew (docs available).
Powered by twin 650 hp Detroit diesels, with a complete electronics package and luxury accommodation for a total of 9. Two double cabins and accommodation for five single berths. Italian design and flair, refurbished 2002. Opportunities as an ideal charter vessel in the fast growing tourist market or for recreation, fishing and entertaining. All GRP.
NB: The boat is currently undergoing an extensive upgrade including teak decks etc – hence the price increase.
2010 Clipper 45. Twin cabin layout. User friendly features that make boating a pleasure. Immaculately presented. practical vessel. Suit new boat buyer.
Considerable effort and expense went into this project to transform a retired fishing vessel into a spacious, comfortable long range cruising motor launch. The current owner (a master mariner) supervised the rebuild in Nelson 2013/14. Major work included the design, fabrication and installation of a new wheelhouse, superstructure and accommodation section, above and below decks. The vessel was rewired, with new plumbing, pipe work and fuel system fitted as a starter. Full details can be supplied. LEWIS J was originally built in Gisborne 1975 by J.L.Primrose to a Breekveldt design (plans available). All upgrades have been completed to MNZ Survey standards
Surveyed 30 Passengers to MNZ Specs. Enquire for details. View In Nelson.
Large volume, long range charter vessel. Fully equipped charter vessel. Originally built by Supercraft, Hong Kong, the vessel was redesigned and rebuilt 1997/98 by Lidgard Boatbuilders.
Fibreglass hull. All equipment – engines, shafts, props, electrics and plumbing were stripped out and replaced.
Fishing Charter Boat for Sale. This is a business opportunity for the upcoming summer charter season and America’s Cup defence. She is a well-known large volume custom built launch located in Auckland and currently in survey for up to 34 day guests. Recent major 4 yearly marine survey completed and in good order.
The business is available separately by negotiation if required.
A great Robertson design, built by Coulson Bros Whangarei and launched in 1975. Length 16.65m, Beam 4.6m, well maintained and serviced, with twin Detroit 8V71 engines and quiet exhausts. A roomy boat with 10 berths, chart plotter/fish finder, compressor fridge/freezer, gas fridge/stove/oven, stereo/CD player, TV, all necessary safety gear etc. Will consider trades, swaps or property.
**GET IN EARLY BEFORE THE NEXT AMERICA’S CUP IN NZ! LUXURY CHARTER VESSEL FOR 30 PASSENGERS ***
BOLEH LAH. Large volume, fully equipped charter vessel. Rebuilt 1997/98 by Lidgard Boatbuilders. Surveyed for 30 Passengers to MNZ Specs.
Fibreglass hull. Originally built by Supercraft, Hong Kong. Shipped to NZ, then redesigned and rebuilt by Lidgard Boatbuilders in 1997/98 to survey specs.
This is a large, ultra modern, luxurious fast cruiser with all amenities. She is powered by 2 x Caterpillar 8 cylinder engines, 320 hp each. With a maximum speed of 27 knots and plenty of navigation systems you will arrive quickly and with style.
This vessel is one of two available in an established charter operation. It can be purchased alone or with the other boat, a 72ft Catamaran, (code 927594-CB). As a business operation it offers the advantages to maximise tax incentives such as all depreciation and operating costs. There are forward bookings set up through a supporting marketing network. This is truly an opportunity to purchase a well established vessel with lifestyle and financial return. It is a very popular charter boat providing Patrons an expansive layout and comfortable cruising. It is approved for 67 passengers plus crew.
This is a handsome classic and a very “collectable” launch from a well known American Designer. She has a bright, light interior and a surprisingly modern feel reflecting the new design ideas of the 70’s.
With a spacious galley/saloon, two heads and a very workable layout for accommodation below.
Her flybridge too is an appealing place to be with adequate seating and excellent visibility.
Definitely a lifestyle craft!
NB: Stephens Brothers Boat Builders and Designers company (Stephens Bros.), an American boat designer, began in the back yard of brothers Theodore (Thod, 1882–1933) and Robert (Roy, 1884–1953) Stephens. Their boatbuilding firm in Stockton, California operated from 1902 to 1987
This vessel was originally constructed for a prominent Nelson businessman specifically for fast, offshore cruising.
Genesis or Riviera purchasers should consider this vessel, it must be seen to be appreciated. Immaculately presented, price reduced to sell.
A beautifully presented & maintained example of this popular brand. New to the market. A sought-after Waikawa Bay marina also available to purchase.
6 berths, 2 x sleeping cabins, separate toilet & shower, roomy galley, double walk through transom, bait station with sink & BBQ, large cockpit & flybridge, 2 station steering.
This is a business opportunity for the upcoming summer charter season and Americas Cup defence. Currently located at the Viaduct and in survey for 25 day guests. Recent major 4 yearly survey completed. Italian designed. Australian built. Aluminium construction. Relocated from Sydney to Auckland for the 2000 Americas cup event. Twin TAMD70 Volvos 300 hp. 5 berths. Raymarine chart plotter/fish finder, compressor fridge/freezer, fishing rods, all necessary safety gear etc. Well serviced and maintained. Will consider trades
FURTHER PRICE REDUCTION!
A fast planing launch in very good condition, in survey for day charters. Seating arrangements can be easily configured for either sightseeing passengers or divers, and she is equipped with a special lift to hoist a tired diver up onto the aft deck. No berths, but a with a well equipped galley. Powered by two Suzuki engines providing a total of 600hp and a speed of 18-21 cruising and maximum of 25. Charter business and ongoing seasonal contract if needed – and note – for a commercial operation you can claim a petrol tax rebate. Mooring negotiable. Price plus GST if any.
An ideal Gulf cruiser from a well known and respected brand.
Must see this very well presented 1997 Riviera 335. Superbly maintained with twin 250hp Cummins 6 cylinder diesels, and very comfortably fitted out in leather saloon upholstery, with generous galley and forward master cabin with double island berth. A second double in the saloon. Heads with separate H + C shower. Easy access, roomy cockpit and helm station below and in roomy flybridge.
Engines recently rebuilt – both turbos and heat exchangers – receipts available. A fast and seaworthy vessel, cruises at 17 knots.
Lying at Gulf Harbour, Auckland. Call Blair Harkness to inspect: Ph 021 245 8809, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch video: https://youtu.be/mtcOBGVLQY0
NB: Photo of Riviera 335 at speed is not the vessel advertised.
Offering the confidence and comfort of big boat ability in a package under 7m. Encompassing a very capable seagoing hull, large fishing space, and an interior finished to the highest standards. The Commander delivers quality and comfort beyond any other for its size
With 60 degrees of entry at the bow, the hull splits the force of a wave before it arrives at your feet. And with a relatively flat aft area she is both stable under way and at rest.
As a side effect of the Herley hull and combination with the wheelhouse design the Commander delivers superior interior space for a vessel of her size. The plumb bow brings extra cabin space up forward, and the absence of an anchor well increases this further. Inside the wheelhouse the helm position is not forced further aft into the boat due to pilot house windows, and creates a spacious interior flow. Overall these design elements allow the Commander to maintain a very large working area within the cockpit where lean lines, and practical solutions are the key. Featuring systems like flip seats, hinged storage bins, and unique bait board that reclaims the space of the outboard well.
The windscreen design gives an uninterrupted view from the helm and also provides zero dash glare during the day, no instrument glare at night, and when sea spray hits the screen it simply falls away rather than slowly running down.
The Commander interior can be customized to suit your style of boating. From a day cruise with the family, a big fishing weekend, or a purpose weekender with overnight capabilities.
A classic Salthouse coastal cruising flybridge launch
The Grady-White Marlin 300 is one of the most renowned saltwater boat manufacturers in the world. This boat is fast, manoeuvrable, and comfortable, with twin Mercury Verado 4 stroke 300HP outboards (still under warranty), she cruises at 25 knots. Newly rewired and new clears and backdrop fitted (“Strataglass” 1 mm). Cabin and cockpit lining including upholstery and curtains replaced. Fitted with “Lee’s” crank outriggers (wishbone) and poles 24ft (7.3m) hull mounted. Anchor winch rebuilt and reinstalled. Inspected, cleaned and polished hull including antifouling.
An impressive design, the Marlin 300 has an extensive equipment specification. Onboard facilities include twin double bunks, a bathroom with toilet and shower, generator, galley, auto pilot, a Fischer Panda generator and air conditioning.
The cockpit is roomy and the walk around decks are a fisherman’s dream. Removable “Lees” outriggers and 24ft removable poles are fitted, as is a live bait tank and fish storage bins. Twin helm seats are fitted and there are plenty of other seating options. Included is a custom built triple axle, 40 ft aluminium trailer for haul out or dry storage.
A verified description/tax invoices for upgrades are available for scrutiny.
This classic Lidgard 47 was built in 1982 using 2 skins of laminated kauri, glassed over and has a beautiful Portofino stern.
She is powered by a Ford Dover Turbo Diesel engine developing 180hp and will cruise comfortably at 8 knots. She also has a 32hp Sole diesel wing motor with own prop which provides emergency propulsion of 5 knots to get you home safely.
Her Beam is 4.27 mtrs ( 14ft. ) and she draws 1.3 mtrs (4ft 3 in. )
She is equipped with a bowthruster ( dual prop ) to make berthing easy.
She carries 900 ltrs of diesel in 2 s/steel tanks and 900 ltrs water in 2 s/steel tanks.
Antifouled and new anodes fitted 3/4/18.
Moored at Whangaroa.
Current owner willing to keep the berth and sublease it to the new owner if not possible to transfer.
A nice example of this popular type. A very well presented spacious family cruiser, well fitted out with many extras, including dual helm stations. Flybridge provides great visibility and is well protected from the elements with clears. Powered by twin 150hp Hino Marine Diesels.
Recent survey shows the boat in generally very good condition, although with some osmosis blistering which will need attention at some time. The cost of any work that may be required is reflected in the asking price. BIG PRICE REDUCTION!
This beautiful vessel is now seriously offered for sale.
The classic launch “Seamist” has received a total restoration and now presents in ‘as new’ condition. The hull was stripped including all seams cleaned, refilled and glassed. The deck, cabin sides and top also glassed with topsides professionally painted. The interior was totally remodified with updated equipment and systems. Everything on the vessel is new except the engine, gearbox, shaft and propeller. For ease of handling a bow thruster is also fitted. The engine has only had moderate hours since being reconditioned in 2006. The undercover rebuild was carried out over a three year period and the photos reflect the meticulous work that was completed by the owners.
This is a comfortable family cruiser with two large double berths, now being sold after 18 years with the present owners. She is powered by a 200hp Volvo Penta Turbo diesel, with stern drive last serviced in 2017. Antifouled in January, she also has a new Gas Certificate.
An attractive, comfortable, well equipped cruiser in good condition with accommodatio for six (3 x doubles). She is powered by 2 x 220 hp Mercruiser engines.
Built in 1978 kauri splined planks over spotted gum frames. LOA 9.2 M, beam 3.1 M, draft 1M. Speed 9 -10 @ 1750 RPM.
Reluctantly for sale, this boat is a true Kiwi treasure to be preserved and appreciated. Very seaworthy, in very good condition, lovely interior and a pleasure to own.
Four berths, Flavel gas burner, oven and grill, electric toilet, compressor fridge/freezer and hot cockpit shower.
Spacious, practical open flybridge launch from a well-established Kiwi designer. Fully enclosed cockpit that opens into the saloon makes for a spacious yet warm interior for winter cruising and a good-sized galley. Accommodation for five. Easily driven hull and easy access from a wide stern platform, all at a great price. Interior in very good condition, but needs hull repaint and full engine service and new batteries.
A shed can be available for a repaint this winter.
New custodian required for this lovely old lady.
Carvel Kauri, glassed over. A beautiful classic launch, the original Logan 33 from which other GRP Logans were built. In good condition and currently shedded in Waipu, inspection welcome. In need of painting. Price negotiable.
Built in heart kauri, an economical cruiser with a recently new 370hp Yanmar (2007).
With accommodation for five, she has undergone serious modernizing in galley and saloon.
With a brand new flybridge, a new bowthruster and an interior makeover she is now ready for a new owner.
This is an exceptional opportunity to purchase a custom built motoryacht completed by one of New Zealand’s leading builders. Built from the hull of a sleek Swedish Navy Patrol Boat into a stylish expedition style explorer with the combination of functionality and modern fit-out.
The hull conversion commenced in 2014 with design by renowned New Zealand naval architect Kevin Dibley. Also involved are Interior Designers including Kit Carlier and New Zealand Structural Engineers working together to create this beautifully appointed motoryacht, with the vessel currently over 50% complete with the custom fit-out remaining. The build incorporates the latest strength and safety regulations plus surveyed to comply with the rigorous requirements of the Australian commercial vessel rules, NSCV 2B.
Aquila 36 – Built to Order – Hear more about this special boat at On Water Boat Show Auckland – 4 days from Sept 27 A36
The Aquila 36 is an outboard powered sport catamaran, sporting a fabulous deck with forward seating for 12 and total seating capacity of 20. Forward there is seating for 8 which transforms into two double sun beds. Aft there is seating that also transforms into a double sunbed, providing comfortable sunbeds for 6 folks at one time. The aft platform has storage for a large swim ladder or an optional hydraulic swim platform on seen on luxury yachts before. This makes access to and from the water a breeze.
Launched at the 2017 Miami Boat Show, the Aquila 36 represents the latest innovation from the world’s leading power catamaran brand. Designed to be a luxury weekend family boat, it can also transform into a fishing boat, dive boat, or even passenger vessel.
Choose from a collapsible Sunbrella bimini or hard top with an optional electric sunroof. The wrap around windscreen is larger than most 55 foot yachts due to the expansive on deck saloon with a wonderful summer kitchen. Add the optional BBQ for family cruising or for those planning on larger groups of entertaining a second BBQ and additional refrigeration can be handled.
Two separate companionway entries lead down to a cabin with ensuite head and shower in each hull. Expansive windows ensure a feeling of space and comfort. Excellent storage is found all round. Add the optional air conditioning and you are sure to be comfortable in all conditions.
The smooth and quiet Mercury Verado motors provide well over 30 knots. Speed is dependent on engine selection from 2 x 250hp with options up to a max of 2 x 350hp and overall weight dependent on options and passenger capacity). The very high bridge deck clearance assures a smooth ride.
Now available on order – for more information contact Blair Harkness Ph 021 245 8809, or Janis Marler, Ph 021 658 668. A larger model in the Aquila range, the Aquila 44 power cat, is available for inspection in Auckland.