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Mulder 94 Voyager Firefly undergoes sea trials

Mulder 94 Voyager  Firefly has been filmed heading out to sea ahead of being put through her paces on sea trials.

Mulder launched the 28.6 metre fully custom motor yacht in May at its shipyard facility in Zoeterwoude in the Netherlands, nearly three years after it was originally commissioned by a Russian client in 2012. However, Firefly is now for sale, asking €9,950,000.

The aluminium yacht will be ready for delivery to prospective buyers this summer.

The interior and exterior of the motoryacht were designed by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects, while Vripack Naval Architects was responsible for the naval architecture of the yacht.

The Mulder 94 Voyager has been built to RINA classification and is powered by two 1,150hp Caterpillar C18 engines delivering a top speed of 18 knots. She has a cruising speed of 15 knots and, at 10 knots, a range of 3,600 nautical miles. A large water making capacity lends to self-sufficiency.

In November 2013, Mulder released interior rendering images of the new Mulder 94, which gave a sneak peek of her contemporary styling and light-coloured interior appointments. 

She boasts a bright 40 square metre saloon – with a ceiling height of 2.15 metres – and an adjacent dining room seating eight guests. Owner and guests are accommodated in a spacious 24 square metre master suite, spacious VIP stateroom and two guest staterooms, all with en suite bathrooms.

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