Dutch shipyard Mulder has announced the sale of the fourth hull in its ThirtySix yacht series.
The 36 metre motor yacht is scheduled to begin sea trials from June 20 with delivery to her owner expected in mid-July. The shipyard has confirmed that the buyer is a first time Mulder owner who has previous experience with other Dutch builds.
Constructed from aluminium to a design by Claydon Reeves and Van Oossanen Naval Architects, the ABS and MCA compliant superyacht is defined by a continuous window line culminating in a distinctive plumb bow.
She features a patented Van Oossanen fast displacement hull form – as with all Mulder ThirtySix models – which ensures both comfortable cruising and fuel efficiency at all speeds, offering a maximum speed of 16.8 knots.
Her 298GT interiors can accommodate up to 10 guests on board with an additional guest cabin that can transform into a gym and a full-beam master suite with a private deck at the bow.
Designed with entertaining in mind, the Mulder ThirtySix features an impressive saloon, a dedicated dining room and a drinks bar area on the main deck. Up on the sundeck, there are ample seating areas, a spa pool for seven guests, an outdoors bar, a coffee area and al fresco dining for guests to enjoy cruising in warmer climes.
The Mulder ThirtySix also boasts a standout beach club for easy acess to the water and an entertaining space complete with a wet bar, a 50-inch TV, a dayhead, an outdoor shower and swimming facilities. She also carries a transverse garage which houses a 6.5-metre tender, a pair of jet skis, kayaks, diving equipment, seabobs and more.
The fourth hull follows in the footsteps on her sister ships Mana, Calypso and Delta One which were delivered in 2020, 2019 and 2017 respectively.