Mulder turns hull of seventh Mulder ThirtySix

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Mulder completes technical launch of seventh ThirtySix model

5 April 2023 • Written by Katia Damborsky

The hull of the seventh unit in Mulder's 36-metre Mulder ThirtySix series has been completed and lowered into the water at the shipyard's Enkhuizen facility in the Netherlands. 

Weighing a total of 60 tons of aluminium, the hull has now been towed to Mulder’s outfitting facilities in Zoeterwoude. Construction on the model began on speculation in April 2022 and she has since been sold to an American owner. 

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Like all the models in the series, the yacht is built to a design by Claydon Reeves. Defining features include a continuous strip of glazing running across the hull ending in a distinctive plumb bow, with clean lines, low bulwarks and a high pilothouse.  

Previous models in the series have had a 15-square metre beach club and a long 75-square-metre sundeck, but the ThirtySix offers good scope for customisation. The yacht will have an eight-metre beam and nearly 300 GT of volume. A patented Van Oossanan fast displacement hull form (FDHF) will give the yacht a maximum speed of 16.8 knots while offering increased fuel efficiency.

The yacht is expected to see delivery in spring 2024. Her sisterships include Delta One, Calypso I and the recently delivered Solemates

The latest model is one of the first to be built at Mulder's fourth facility in Enkhuizen, which was acquired in February last year.

Mulder has also begun construction on an eighth hull, which will be delivered in October 2024.

More about this yacht

Mulder Shipyard   36 m •  2023

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