A successful, long-range motor yacht built by the respected Stephens Marine of California (often described as the Burger yard of the West Coast), this successful cruiser benefited from a multi-million dollar rebuild in 1997/98. BRAVO (ex. Cygnet Explorer; Mania Two) was shipped to McMullen & Wing in New Zealand where she was stripped to bare hull, extended to 100’ (30.5m) (running gear extended accordingly). All superstructure, machinery, interior, carpentry, piping, plumbing etc was renewed under the design and supervision of Naval Architect Bill Tripp. The resultant yacht is a superior, successful, long range design of outstanding quality. She sailed back to North America on her own bottom.
Further refits occurred in 2008 and 2013/14 including major mechanical, electrical, running gear systems and interior furniture. The master cabin is amidships on the lower deck along with two mirror-image, queen berth guest cabins, each with Pullman bed. The on deck media room forward may convert to a fourth stateroom.
The Salon woodwork is done in New Zealand Kauri, the oldest wood known to man. The outdoor spaces culminate on the fly bridge with Jacuzzi under a full (2013) hard top. Al fresco dining is available on both main and bridge decks. A Portuguese bridge protects the pilothouse; the foredeck offers a lounge area.
Water access is excellent with Tripp designed tender and toy garage and integral swim platform. The garage carries a 10’ RIB along with full dive gear for 6+ and an abundance of toys and equipment.