Bravada Yachts is excited to kick-off the New Year with the launch of their newest model, the 2018 V-Series. Docking alongside the popular GT-series and the revolutionary new X-boat, the V-series proves that 2018 will indeed be a Happy New Year for many boat-lovers across the country.
The new executive ownership team of Bravada, COO Robert Gutierrez, CEO Aaron Browning and President Andrew Marshall have set a new standard in the industry, introducing fresh ideas from the first weld to the final launch. Bravada has streamlined production, invested in cutting-edge technology and hired fresh, bright minds to build new luxury houseboats that are stronger, lighter, faster, less top heavy and more fuel efficient than ever. The new V-Series takes center stage with its sleek lines, high-end standard features and a very attractive price tag.
“Our mission at Bravada is simple: to create one-of-a-kind experiences and cherished memories for our customers and their families. We do this by always putting the interests of the boating community first. That’s why our innovative houseboats are both luxurious and attainable” stated CEO, Aaron Browning. “The goal of the new V-Series is to incorporate all the high-end finishes and amenities you’d expect from a $2 million dollar boat into a boat for a fraction of that price. Our new 70 foot V-series starts at $499k.”
The new V-Series prides itself on a precise juxtaposition of functionality and stylish aesthetic appeal complete with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two and a half levels and the coveted “reverse layout”, where the back end of the boat completely opens up with a massive sliding glass door. The vessel sleeps 14 people comfortably and contains a fully-stocked full-sized kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. There are three models within the V-Series that vary in size and cost including 16x70, 18x70 and 22x75 feet each $499,000, $599,000 and $799,000, respectively. Standard features include built-in crushed glass firepit, bow thruster and two motorized winches. Driving and anchoring lessons are just one of the many perks new Bravada owners will enjoy.
Bravada’s fractional ownership program allows buyers to divide the costs of owning a luxury houseboat with a small group of co-owners. Owners receive their “guaranteed week” each year, in addition to using the boat whenever it’s free. This helps with planning trips in advance. V-Series fractional ownership starts at only $34,900.
Every Bravada Yacht is built in the USA at the Bravada factory in Tolleson, Arizona. The V-70 is currently available for single owner or fractional owner purchases.