Dutch shipyard Mulder has released the first images inside the 36 metre Solemates, the fifth unit in its ThirtySix series. Delivered in July 2022, the yacht has been spending her debut season in Portugal and made her global debut at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022.
The yacht's exterior springs from the drawing boards of British design studio Claydon Reeves with naval architecture by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Her interior design has been completed in-house by the yard and the owner's team.
The Mulder ThirtySix is built in aluminium and defined by a slender profile and continuous window line that culminates in a contemporary plumb bow. At the stern, the yacht features a glass bulwark with the yacht's name emblazoned across it - a signature detail of the Mulder ThirtySix line.
All the models in the series share the same fresh exterior look, which earnt hull one, Delta One, a win at the World Superyacht Awards in 2018. She claimed victory in the "Displacement Motor Yachts Below 500GT" category, with the judges commending her "attractive" profile and range of features usually associated with much larger vessels.
On the foredeck, Mulder has integrated a spread of sunpads and a small lounge area just forward of a skylight, which allows natural light to pour into the owner's suite below. Crowning the yacht is a generous sundeck with a bar overlooking the Jacuzzi and a shaded area complete with dining and seating.
The yacht's interior themes are warm and inviting, with a focus on elegant wood detailing and a refined colour palette throughout. In the main saloon, full-height windows flood the interior with light, while a cinched bulkhead provides separation between the lounge and a dining area. Amidships is a classically-styled bar finished with mottled glass and mirrored panelling, while the forward bulkhead adds some brightness with a Pop Art artwork.
Solemates has a four-cabin layout which includes a full-beam owner's suite and a flexible fifth cabin, making her well-suited to a variety of different configurations.
The yacht marks the first in the series to be commissioned for an American owner and she will be berthed primarily in Palm Beach.