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36m Mulder Shipyard award-winning motor yacht Seaflower new to market

10 May 2024 • Written by Nick Jeffery

Having just picked up a Neptune at the World Superyacht Awards, the 36-metre Mulder Shipyard motor yacht Seaflower is newly listed for sale with Jamie Small of Burgess.

Deceptively voluminous for her length, the Mulder ThirtySix model's "visionary exterior by Claydon Reeves" is an evolution of 34-metre Solis, also designed by Claydon Reeves. Seaflower's interior is by Vickers Studio.

Lying in Olbia, Italy, Seaflower's asking price is €22,500,000.

Seaflower was delivered by family-run Mulder Shipyard in The Netherlands in 2023 as the first ThirtySix built to IMO Tier III emission standards. Her Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) technology is by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.

With hull and superstructure crafted "with precision" in aluminium and "customised for a highly experienced multiple-yacht owner", the broker pointed out that she is an "excellent opportunity to own a newly built yacht".

Accommodation is for 10 guests, comprising an owner's cabin, two double cabins and two convertible twin cabins. The owner's cabin uses the full beam of the yacht, forward at main deck level, its large skylight above the double bed inviting star gazing by night and giving plenty of natural light by day. There are quarters for a crew of five.

The saloon, well-connected with the aft deck, has an inviting lounge area aft, leading forward to a bar amidships and a spacious dining space forward. Here, the full-height glass doors open to a fold-out balcony to starboard, perfect for stretching your legs after dinner.

Al fresco dining is possible on the aft deck and up on the sundeck, where 360-degree views are enjoyed in the open and the opening bimini top provides a secure, protected feel when needed. Drop anchor in the bay of St Tropez during Les Voiles and relax in the best spot for watching the action as the sailing yachts race past!

The 296GT, ABS-classed yacht for sale has a top speed of 18 knots, cruising speed of 15 knots and a transatlantic range of 3,400 nautical miles at her passage speed of 10 knots, under twin 1,150hp Caterpillar engines. The 6.3-metre tender fits into a transverse, side-opening garage and the transom folds out to form a substantial swim and boarding platform with space for deck chairs. She benefits from CMC zero-speed stabilisers.

Lying in Olbia, Italy, Seaflower's asking price is €22,500,000.

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