CLB88 Motor Yacht From CL Yachts If you follow YF, you are likely becoming familiar with the name CL Yachts. It may be a new name to some readers, but its one of the oldest names in yachting. CL Yachts is the same company that previously branded their yachts as Cheoy Lee. Cheoy Lee Shipyards is actually the commercial side of the business which manufactures a myriad of vessels like tugs, pilot launches, ferries, crew boats etc. Cheoy Lee Yachts recently began branding themselves as CL Yachts to differentiate their yacht division business away from their commercial exploits. In keeping with this new freshening, the Bravo line has been updated with the introduction of the CLB88 (CL Yachts Bravo 88) and earned itself a few accolades along the way. The CLB88 copped the 2019 GOOD DESIGN Award in the transportation category, presented by the prestigious Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design. On the pleasure craft side of the business, Cheoy Lee has two brands. CL Yachts is set up for vessels up to 100 feet while Cheoy Lee Yachts concentrates on larger vessels. The first model in the Cheoy Lee yacht division is a 107 Quad-deck Explorer, with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. It utilizes the 7/24, constant duty philosophy of their commercial vessels. Workmanship, reliability and dependability are the cornerstone of Cheoy Lee's illustrious history. The second model is the Cheoy Lee 118 Tradition, a composite yacht. The third model is a 126 Quad-deck Explorer, steel and aluminum. The common designer is Jon Overing (Overing Yacht Designs). All models are built to Class, whether ABS or Lloyds.