Dutch builder Mulder Shipyard has offered a first look inside a special edition of its Mulder Favorite 1700 series, to debut at this year's Hiswa te Water boatshow.
Built to commemorate the shipyard's 85 years, the 17.8-metre motor yacht is the 10th hull in the series. Guido de Groot is the studio behind her round, bilged hull, Matterhorn-white build and "crystal silver" metallic detailing, while naval architecture is owed to Vripack.
Accommodation is for six guests across three cabins. The delicate, contemporary interiors are courtesy of Roelfien Vos, who has showcased fine materials including Calacatta Talaa marble, leather and high-end decorations from the likes of Hermès and Pierre Frey. Cabins have also been designed with handmade eggshell panels and ensuite rain showers.
Deck highlights include a semi-enclosed lounge area with L-shaped sofa seating, a spacious bow and stowage space for a 3.5-metre tender. The yacht has also had a state-of-the-art electric system installed alongside a fully renewed anchor arrangement.
Powered by twin Volvo Penta engines, she can reach a maximum speed of 22 knots. A draft of 1.3 metres also enables the yacht to navigate shallow bays and anchorages as seen in the Bahamas and Caribbean.
According to BOATPro, Mulder Shipyard has two units from its ThirtySix series under construction. Both are scheduled for delivery in 2024.Read More/Mulder completes technical launch of seventh ThirtySix model