October 6, 2012

Project: Mulder 95 Voyager

Mulder Shipyard in the Netherlands continues to grow and the most recent new order is from a Russian client who has commissioned the construction of the first 95 Voyager second in size behind the not so long ago launched 98 Flybridge. The exterior of this new Mulder super yacht is the brainchild of Frank Laupman of Omega Architects, while Vripack Naval Architects is responsible for construction and naval architecture. Construction on the hull will get underway soon at the new Rijdnijk facilities, while the launch and delivery under RINA Class, are slated for spring 2014. The Dutch design company Omega Architects of Frank Laupman who had previously already created the interiors of the 98 Flybridge and Bellagio series for Mulder, designed the elegant semi-custom 95 Voyager in a classic contemporary style mixing minimal with classic with lots of space and an especially impressive main saloon and master stateroom. The Mulder 95 Voyager will features a four double guest cabins accommodation with VIP to fore, two twin cabins, and owners stateroom worthy of that name in this size of yacht having 24 squared meters of dimensions.  Other interesting features are the performance of the 95 Voyager which is to be powered by twin 1150hp Cat engines giving an interesting 20 knots max speed, 15 knots cruise, and a 10 knots economic which can give a trans Atlantic range of up to 3600 nautical miles.   Meantime Mulder and Omega are preparing for a full Voyager line with an 84, 104, and a future 114 triple deck flagship being in the planning room.