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EXCLUSIVE: Superyacht BOLD delivered by SilverYachts

By Katia Damborsky   17 July 2019

The 85m/279ft motor yacht BOLD, the largest yacht ever built in Australia, has been delivered to her owner. 

Currently undertaking her maiden voyage to the Mediterranean, SilverYachts’ latest project BOLD has been delivered to her owner.

It comes after the explorer yacht was launched at the end of May. She undertook sea trials around SilverYachts’ facilities near Perth in, Australia.

Known as Silver Loft during construction, the motor yacht is en route to Monaco where she will be making her worldwide debut at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show.

Described by the yard as “a fast world explorer vessel with a genuine, fully-fledged superyacht finish” BOLD has been developed in collaboration with esteemed designer Espen Oeino.

She has an all-aluminium design that will allow her to reach a maximum speed of 24 knots; an impressive for a yacht for her size.

To boot, the expedition yacht has a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 18 knots, meaning she is capable of traversing some of the world’s more far-flung cruising grounds.

She has an all-aluminum design that will allow her to reach a maximum speed of 24 knots.

The yacht’s interiors have been headed up by Andreas Hölnburger of Vain Interiors. They have been kept a closely guarded secret, but it is known that the layout of the yacht centres around an impressive 300sqm sky lounge with full-length windows to allow in plenty of light.

Accommodation is provided for up to 18 guests in eight cabins, which includes an owner’s suite, three VIPs and four guest cabins.

Impossible to miss is the aft deck helipad, which can accommodate choppers with a D-value of 13. A 3,000 litre heli-fuel storage tank is also located on board. 

It is not known whether BOLD will be available for superyacht charters.

You can take a look at all yachts attending the Monaco Yacht Show 2019.


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