The Mulder 98 Flybridge features a round-bilged hull and is powered by twoCaterpillar C32 engines with a capacity of 1685hp each. This results in a maximum speed of 22 knots; two knots faster than expected. The yacht has a fuel capacity of 17,000 litres. At a speed of ten knots, this gives a Trans-Atlantic range of approximately 3,300 nm.Due to a special insulation method and her ‘floating’ interior, the sound and vibration levels of the Mulder 98 Flybridge are extremely low. In consultation with the owner, the yacht was built fully in accordance with RINA certification.
The exterior of the Mulder 98 Flybridge was designed by Guido de Groot Design, the naval architecture was realised byGinton Naval Architects.The design is the next stage in the successful evolution of the Mulder range of semi displacement Flybridge motoryachts. She will appeal to an owner who appreciates timeless style over current fashion trends. Her dynamic lines and anthracite-coloured bimini emphasise her length while the softness of the yacht’s surfaces adds an extra air of class. Thanks to the generous length of 98 feet, the yacht’sproportions have been optimised and combinedwith maximum indoor and outdoor living space.
Omega Architects was responsible for the timeless, so called contemporary chic interior with a personal touch, where luxury and elegance can be found in every detail. 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 sideis 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 andlarge 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 wideflybridge. Theflybridgealso includes two lounge chairs, two large U-shaped sofas and a wet bar with grill, ice machine and refrigerator.
Mulder Shipyard / Guido de Groot design
Vripack Naval Architects
Kitty van der Kamp Design
CE-A + Lloyd's SSC
Twin propeller, round bilged, semi-displacement
1 master and 3 guest cabins
Four persons crew
Caterpillar C18 or C32
1100 or 1650HP@ 2.300 RPM
Water lubricated stainless steel
Five bladed propellers
Side-power, hydraulic operated
2x 63 Amp
4.00m tender + 2 jetski's on the Flybridge
Mediterranean capacity (optional)
Gyro zero speed stabilization
Teak decks 12 mm and 5 mm caulking
2x 90 kg high gloss polished, 13mm/100m chains
Two years on the complete yacht
Approximately 18 – 20 months