Taking the successful Mulder 68 Convertible as its template, the Mulder Convertible 72 is the largest convertible yacht we have built to date. Her interior and exterior were designed by Guido de Groot, and Vripack was responsible for the naval architecture. With her unique colours, deluxe appearance and superb finish, this 22-metre masterpiece has an exceptionally elegant character. The exterior consists of a bicoloured hull with a finish that is continued in the superstructure. The decks are fitted with Estec and various stainless steel accessories, while the aft ship includes a garage for a 3.5-metre tender with jet propulsion and a hydraulic door.
With an aluminium hull and superstructure and an interior consisting of light materials, the Mulder Convertible 72 has the lowest possible weight. Installed in a very well-organised engine room with a superior finish, her two Caterpillar C18 engines of 1,018 hp each ensure a maximum speed of 26 knots. The insulated exhausts are finished in high-gloss stainless steel to enhance the luxurious appearance. Moreover, the yacht has a round-bilged hull with spray rails to guarantee optimal comfort in all conditions, even on rough seas. This is also achieved by stabilisers, which ensure a pleasant performance. The hull is certified by Germanischer Lloyd.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: GUIDO DE GROOT DESIGN
LOA: 22.0 m
Beam: 5.80 m
Maximum Draft: 1.40 m
Dry Weight: 50000 kgs
Cruising Speed: 20 knots
Maximum Speed: 26 knots