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Second Mulder ThirtySix yacht Calypso begins sea trials

Second Mulder ThirtySix yacht Calypso begins sea trials

The second hull in Mulder Shipyard's flagship ThirtySix yacht series is set to begin sea trials.

Now named Calypso, the 36 metre yacht was previously known as Mulder BN 110 and has left the Zoeterwoude based shipyard to undertake “intensive” sea trials in the North Sea.

The full aluminium yacht marks the third project built in collaboration with the British firm Claydon Reeves Design Studio for exterior design and Van Oossanen for naval architecture.

The interior design has been handled by John Vickers, who has created a "relaxed luxury beach style", the yard said, by "blending Cote d'Azur chic and the spirit of Ibiza". The result is a design of "laid back sophistication".

A five-cabin layout will accommodate 10 guests, while the crew quarters allow for a staff of five. Key features include floor-to-ceiling windows around the saloon and bar area, and the dining room will include a fold-down superyacht balcony for unimpeded views out to sea.

Toy storage will be ample, with the side-loading tender garage capable of housing a main tender that measures up to 6.25 metres, as well as two Jet Skis, kayaks, Seabobs and diving gear. The side-opening hatch is just one way of interacting with the water as Calypso will also boast a generous open-stern superyacht beach club.

Power will come from a pair of 1,136hp Caterpillar C18 diesel engines for an estimated top speed of 16.8 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.

Following delivery, Calypso will be available for charter in the Mediterranean.

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