September 15, 2017

New Model: Mulder ThirtySix

The recently launched Mulder ThirtySix, named M/Y Delta One has successfully completed her sea trials off the coast of the Netherlands, from the marina of Scheveningen.  With naval architecture by Van Oossanen Naval Architects, exterior design by Claydon Reeves and interior design again by the British designer and in conjunction with Vickers Studio, the full aluminium Mulder ThirtySix exceeded expectations. Her patented FDHF hull shape behaved very well at sea, with winds up to six Beaufort scale on the North Sea during sea trials. Driven by twin Caterpillar 1150hp engines, her top speed of 16.8 knots is matching calculations, as expected. At a cruising speed of 15 knots with an engine load of 67% performed amazingly comfortable.  Due to the great synergy between her owners, IYR as owner's representatives, the crew, Mulder Shipyard, Van Oossanen and Claydon Reeves plus Vickers Studio, the Gross Tonnage of 298 has been meticulously optimized at all areas on board. Studious engineering, combined with striving to achieve the highest quality by all parties involved, the 36.00 meter yacht offers generous space to ten guests in five luxurious designed staterooms. The efficiently created tender bay area features a Williams 625 Dieseljet, two Yamaha GP1800 jetski's, Seabobs and extensive windsurf-gear. Mulder Shipyard will present the Thirty Six at the Monaco Yacht Show in end September.
Technical Data:
LOA - 36 m (118.9m)
Beam - 8.5 m
Draft - 2.1 m
Displacement - 298 t
Fuel Capacity - 32000 l
Water Capacity - 6000 l
Accommodation - ten guests in five cabins, 
Engines - 2 x Cats C18 1150hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 17 knots max, 15 knots cruise
Hull Shape - Fast Displacement Hull Form
Construction - aluminium
Project - Van Oossanen naval architect, Calydon Reeves exterior and interior, Vickers Studio
Certification - RINA, MCA