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Bold - Moravia Yachting



Aptly described as the Range Rover Sport pickup truck of the yachting world, the 85-metre (278’10”) expedition yacht Bold’s entire operation revolves around the activities that it facilitates. Available for charter in Western Australia next year, she provides the ideal platform to explore such remote destinations.


In fact, Bold is designed to facilitate adventures. The expansive aft deck carries a helicopter, three tenders, three Sea-Doos and two laser sailing dinghies, while enabling the possibility to load any other toy or tender a guest could wish for with minimal planning and effort. Unlike most superyachts, the crew don’t have to spend three hours packing up and loading tenders and toys into a hidden tender bay every time the yacht moves.


Even Bold’s crew have been carefully selected due to their interest in water sports, travel and adventure, and will often accompany guests on any excursions or activities. With some proficient photographers and drone operators amongst the team, guests will be given the opportunity to document and capture those once-in-a-lifetime memories. With two big screens on board – one in the helicopter hanger and one in the main saloon – the crew can shoot footage during the day and play it back that evening while the guests are relaxing or enjoying drinks and dinner.


While Bold’s aft deck is focused around fun and adventure, the guest spaces provide a distinct separation from the operational aspects. With an interior designed to feel like a New York loft apartment, the disassociation between the utilitarian aft deck and the three other guest decks is dramatic.



When all the tenders and toys are launched, the aft deck transforms into an expansive space for guests to make use of. Another unique aspect is that Bold features eight guest suites, providing flexible room configuration options for larger charter groups or extra space for supernumeraries – a rarity for yachts of this size.


Pivotal to Bold’s ability to be enjoyed anywhere in the world, no matter the climate, is its winter garden. Aft of the owner’s deck and featuring floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides, the generous space can be transformed into an open terrace in the sun by simply folding away the windows. In cold, wet or windy weather, however, the windows can be tightly shut to provide protection while bathing the space in natural light and maintaining a close connection with the surrounding environment.


It’s unlikely that guests will need to make use of this winter garden in the Kimberley – Western Australia’s sparsely settled northern region defined by dramatic gorges, semi-arid savanna and isolated coastline – where Bold will be available for charter in April 2024. Bold’s helicopter and two helipads, however, will likely be in frequent use.


For 2024, Bold is available for charter with Moravia Yachting in Western Australia in April, the Red Sea in May and June and the Mediterranean from July onwards.




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