Previously known as Silver Loft, the yacht will now undergo sea trials outside Perth where it was built.
Developed in collaboration with designer Espen Øino, the all-aluminium cruiser was previously described by the yard as “a fast world explorer vessel with a genuine, fully-fledged superyacht finish”.
Bold’s design is centred around a spectacular skylounge, which measures 300 square metres and features 3.75 metre high floor-to-ceiling windows for exceptional views out to sea.
Al fresco relaxation is offered on the superyacht sundeck, with its sunbeds and sunloungers. Meanwhile, the upper deck aft features a Jacuzzi and yet more sunbeds.
Bold’s main deck aft has been designed as the superyacht helipad, with folding handrails and bulwarks so that a helicopter with a D value of 13 can be accommodated, for example an AW109. Meanwhile a 3,000-litre heli-fuel storage tank further enhances Bold’s explorer yacht credentials.
Accommodation is for up to 18 guests split between eight cabins, including an owner’s suite, three VIPs and four guest cabins, while 13 further cabins allow for a staff of up to 24 people.