Miss Emily features a semi-displacement hull to provide exceptional seakeeping and smooth cruising, features known to the family of Broward motor yachts. She offers a day charter capacity of 12 and overnight guest accommodation for up to 6 in 3 suites comprising a master, a VIP cabin, and a twin cabin. There are 4 beds in total, including 1 king, 1 queen, and 2 singles. She is also capable of carrying up to 3 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury cruise.
Broward yachts is a truly unique brand of shipbuilder dating back to the 1940s. In 1954, during the Korean War, Broward Marine built 173-foot minesweepers for the United States Navy and 144-foot wooden minesweepers for the Royal Dutch Navy under a NATO contract. With the close of the war, Broward Marine went on to build some of the largest motor yachts in the world at the time. Interestingly, Broward yachts were the first to introduce the concept of a spacious family galley, a feature virtually unfound in European yachts. As an exclusively custom yacht builder, no two Broward yachts have ever been the same.
Miss Emily is powered by twin 1050hp Detroit Diesel engines and two generators. There is a formal dining table for 8 in the open-concept main salon and outdoor dining for 10 on the covered aft deck. The flybridge has new cushions and a top-of-the-line JL Audio sound system ready to be paired to your phone or device.