From her rugged exterior to the custom art on her bow, it’s immediately clear that BAD COMPANY SUPPORT is a yacht built for adventure. With a proven wave-piercing Sea Axe Bow design, 120m² (1300 sq ft) of deck space and a bright, welcoming interior BAD COMPANY SUPPORT has the versatility to be used for just about anything. Capable as an adventure yacht or a support vessel for off-grid operations, this yacht is a true powerhouse.
Offering endless possibilities for fun, she was built to store an arsenal of toys with globetrotting self-sufficiency for remote exploration around the world. BAD COMPANY SUPPORT’s shallow draft also enables her to get into more remote bays and beaches that other yachts of her size range wouldn’t have access to. And thanks to her superior seakeeping capabilities as well as Quantum zero-speed stabilizers, she is as comfortable as she is rugged.
Providing accommodations for up to 6 guests and 7 crew, BAD COMPANY SUPPORT offers vibrant and comfortable interior living spaces. Her main deck salon is light and colorful with large windows to help guests relax after a busy day on the water. The main deck is home to three guest cabins, a cabin to port and starboard, both with two twin beds, and a large cabin forward with a queen bed. All the guest cabins are fitted with their own ensuite along with plenty of storage space.
The bridge deck aft is used for al fresco dining around a rectangular table surrounded by a lounge seat and chairs. This area gives the guests a great vantage point to view the surrounding area and daily activities.