News: Successful sea trials for Mulder 98 Flybridge superyacht YN1391

November 3, 2014 by ss
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Mulder’s craftsmanship abounds throughout the main joinery, where brushed nickel lines are the main theme, resulting in beautiful and elegantly designed cabinets and walls. Luxurious fabrics of silk, wool and linen like Dedar, Pierre Frei, Elitis and Spinneybeck leather and wool-silk carpets of Tai Ping were used to bring about a sophisticated ambience of comfort and style. The entire custom-built interior consists of stained walnut. The dining area in the spacious saloon with its stunning Onyx Honey window columns accommodates eight people. The professional galley on the port side is fully equipped, including a 12 kW steam oven, and offers a direct connection to the gangway. The main deck also features a day head. The owner’s suite on the lower deck offers a spacious walk-in-closet and large oval portholes on both sides. Additionally, the lower deck features a VIP suite and two guest cabins. All four cabins have their own shower and toilet.

The crew accommodations are located aft and include two cabins for four crew members. The crew quarters are accessible from the swimming platform and the gangway on the main deck, and also offer access to the engine room. The tender can be placed either on the swimming platform or on the wide flybridge. The flybridge also includes two lounge chairs, two large U-shaped sofas and a wet bar with grill, ice machine and refrigerator.

Initially the Russian owner of the Mulder 98 Flybridge yacht YN1391 requested a design for a 26-metre model. This was soon extended to 28 metres, and in 2010, a contract was signed for a 30-metre Mulder Flybridge. The naval architecture of the yacht was started in early 2011,and the construction of the hull got underway at the end of that year. In late 2012 it was the first hull to arrive at the new location of Mulder Shipyard in Zoeterwoude-Rijndijk. The Mulder 98 Flybridge is likely to go sailing in the south of France in the spring of 2015. Mulder Shipyard’s Flybridge models have been an international success for years. In 2007 a Mulder 76 Flybridge was delivered to a client in New Zealand, and in 2010, Mulder Shipyard sold a 92 Flybridge to an Egyptian client. In 2013 a Mulder 73 Flybridge was delivered to Australia. Mulder Shipyard has built a total of eleven Flybridge models so far.

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