In the world of superyachts, luxury is everything and no expense is spared to bring fantasies to life for those looking to set sail in the sea of opulence. But in a world where bigger is seemingly better, SilverYachts is known to break the mold with their low-profile battleship-inspired vessels, and ‘Bold,’ the newest addition to their fleet, follows in the wake of efficient and accessible hull design.
The 85-meter craft is an aluminum vessel designed by Espen Øino and built by hand in Fremantle, Western Australia by a team of over 150 craftsmen. Claimed as their most fuel-efficient hull shape to date, the semi-displacement monohull allows for a top speed of 24-knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 18-knot cruising speeds and has a short enough draft to allow entry to shallower depths than most yachts of similar size. With a capacity of 37 crew and guests, the ‘Bold’ features front and rear boom cranes, limo tender, and a helipad — offering more than enough room to haul all of the accouterments needed for a leisurely life at sea.
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