Mulder Shipyard working on 3rd ThirtySix

ZOETERWOUDE _ Mulder Shipyard is working on its 3rd Mulder ThirtySix, a format that is very kind to the Dutch builder. It has taken the yard into entry-level superyacht territory with craft that are a natural step up from its successful, high-end range up to 30m.

Mulder Shipyard’s ThirtySix

Mulder Shipyard says its 36m Project Mana will be delivered in the spring of 2020. The yacht will be the sister ship of the 2017-built yacht Delta One and Calypso which Mulder delivered this spring.

The Mulder ThirtySix features Van Oossanen Naval Architect’s Fast Displacement Hull for improved efficiency and fuel use. The walnut interiors are designed by London-based Vickers Studio. Project Mana will feature 4 cabins for 8 guests and can have a crew of up to 6. It is powered by twin Caterpillar C18 diesel engines that achieve a cruising speed of 15 knots and a top speed of 16.8 knots.

The ThirtySix has room for a 6.25 tender,2 jetskis, kayaks, seabobs & diving gear.

Mulder Shipyard has been around since 1938. Its massive portfolio features yachts starting at 10 meters in several series.

Mulder Shipyard 18m Favorite 700

Today, the yard comfortably straddles 2 categories. Its very high-end Favorite and Voyager series range up to 30m. The 28.6m Mulder 94 Voyager is built to RINA standards and can  take you across the Atlantic. In recent years, Mulder Shipyard made growth possible by expanding its facilities just south of Amsterdam. It can build yachts to 45 meters.