The sublime and superlative luxury charter yacht, 279ft (85.30m) BOLD is your passport to immerse yourself in the Maldives, the iconic island archipelago that offers mesmerizing scenery, unparalleled marine life and varied itineraries that will please charter guests of every age and interest.
BOLD is available from mid-November 2020 until January 2021. in Male, Maldives, for up to 16 guests catered to in lavish comfort, with an awesome array of watertoys, as well as a top Dive Master Team.
Designed by the highly-awarded superyacht luminary, Espen Oeino, the all-aluminium luxury charter yacht BOLD is an extremely spacious explorer vessel which launched in 2019 and was described by builder, Silver Yachts as “a fast world explorer vessel with a genuine, fully-fledged superyacht finish”.
For cruising at pace between islands, BOLD has an exhilarating top speed of 24 knots.
Alfresco spaces abound on the sundeck, with its sunbeds and sun lounges, while the upper deck aft features an eight-person jacuzzi and more sunbeds. On the main deck is a multi-purpose 400m² teak deck with folding bulwarks ideal for launching tenders and toys, as well as a Helipad, hangar, gym and disco with light and sound system.
The layout is designed around a spectacular skylounge which measures 300-square-metres and features 3.75-metre high floor-to-ceiling windows. This space is a climate-controlled “Wintergarden”, with a high-tech glass panel system that can be fully opened for al fresco dining.
On the sundeck, there’s a large outdoor cinema, while in the loft, there’s a 6x3m media wall, plus 5x2m LED screen in the combined helihanger/gym and yoga room.
Inside, the interiors were designed by Andreas Hölnburger of Vain Interiors using teak and oak panelling, metallic painted features and oak and marble flooring.
Accommodation is for up to 16 guests among eight cabins, including an opulent owner’s suite, three VIPs and four guest cabins, while 13 further cabins accommodate BOLD’S professional charter crew of 20.
On the dedicated owner’s deck is the palatial master suite, which comprises full beam cabin, with king bed, his and hers ensuite (with hammam) and private lounge, with direct access to exterior decks where there is a massive lounge and an aft deck for meals and socialising.
BOLD is the perfect charter vessel to discover the wonders of The Maldives. Set like precious gems in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, spanning the equator, The Maldives is comprised of 1,192 islands that stretch 541 miles (871 kilometres).
Renowned for its diving, the region boasts myriad reefs and islands rimmed with soft, white sand surrounded by crystalline shallow waters, largely protected as designated Marine Parks.
Only 200 of the islands are inhabited and a select few on each of the atolls are home to world-class resorts, some of which offer charter guests the option of dining onshore and access to health spas.
Although home to just over half a million people, The Maldives has its own unique culture and traditions. While heavily influenced by various cultures around the rim of the Indian Ocean, the Maldivian culture, craft and traditions have been shaped by the island environment and the bounties of nature surrounding them.
The local culture reflects the influences of East Africa, Arabia and the Indian subcontinent. There is a rich tradition of Maldivian crafts; lacquered wooden ornaments, finely woven reed mats, and coral carvings are crafts that have been passed down through several generations. The traditional cuisine is a unique blend of the cultures who contributed to The Maldives over generations, making delectable use of the seafood, fruit and coconut.
Get in touch with the team at Luxury Charter Group to book your Maldives escape on this one-of-a-kind luxury charter yacht whose virtues are as numerous as the islands she navigates.
BOLD Photo Credit: Guillaume Plisson
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