Returning to the Perth-based shipyard was a natural choice for Bold, with the superyacht touring South East Asia and the South Pacific before making her way back to Australia. The Captain and Owner entrusted Bold’s maintenance period to the hard-working teams at Silver Yachts, who originally brought this innovative superyacht to the waters in 2019.
"After sailing over 52.000 nautical miles since launch in 2019, M/Y Bold stopped off back home at Silver Yachts in Western Australia," says Sander Toonen, Chief Operating Officer of Silver Yachts. "In the two months she spent at the yard she was hauled out for 5 weeks for maintenance and service works. After seatrials, she headed straight from Perth to the Mediterranean, ready to charter another season."
In a recent interview with Superyachts.com, former Silver Yachts naval architect Nick Stark spoke of the Australian shipyard’s specialisation in aluminium builds and its history of cutting-edge projects, of which Bold has been the flagship.
The 85.3m and 1504 GT superyacht offers a jaw-dropping variety of indulgent social spaces for her guests. Perhaps one of the most unique features is the superyacht’s Wintergarden, with a table for 18 guests. The Wintergarden is surrounded by a glass panel system which can be fully opened to offer al fresco dining. The Wintergarden is accessed via an expansive Loft Saloon, which boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and the combined area spans 300-square-metres.
Her large exterior deck space includes a bar and teppanyaki with ample seating, while a 400m2 of multipurpose teak main deck carries an enticing arsenal of water toys and tenders.
Currently in construction at Silver Yachts is hull 6, Silver Loft II, based on the successful platform of BOLD. We look forward to following the progress of yet another outstanding superyacht to be built by the Western Australian shipyard.