Mulder Shipyard in the Netherlands completed the new Mulder 73 Flybridge in late November 2012. Guido de Groot Design has been responsible for the interior and the exterior design.
The yacht has a total length of 22.30m overall and a beam of 6.20m. The spacious flybridge houses a large jet-propelled tender and a smaller dinghy with outboard engine. A comfortable U-shaped seating area on the port side seats eight. The flybridge is also equipped with a bar with grill, refrigerator and sink. The large fixed bimini has lots of window space while also offering plenty of shade in sunny conditions.
The interior includes a spacious full-beam owner’s suite, VIP suite and guest cabin; each with its own shower and toilet. The yacht also features a spacious crew area aft for two or three crew members plus a large worktop and plenty of working space. The crew accommodations can be reached from the swim platform and via an internal stairway from the saloon.
The saloon features a luxurious L-shaped sofa and three armchairs. Due to the large windows in the superstructure, this area has an exceptionally open and spacious feel. The galley is equipped with all the appliances one would expect on a yacht of this class, and has direct access to the dining area. The entire interior has a classic ambience with a teak finish and wengé details.
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