Mulder has launched its 94 Voyager at its 7000m2 Zoeterwoude facility facility. The fully custom yacht has a length of 28.6m (94ft) and is 160gt with an aluminium hull and superstructure. Over the next weeks the yacht is being prepared for her sea trials and will be ready for delivery this summer.
Designed by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and with naval architecture by Vripack, the semi displacement yacht is built according to RINA classification and is equipped with twin Caterpillar 1150hp engines for a top speed of 18 knots. The yard says that cutting-edge technical solutions will make for low noise and vibration onboard.
The yacht features a bright and spacious saloon exceeding 40m2. Eight guests are accommodated in four staterooms all with ensuite bathrooms. The flybridge is partly covered with an aluminium bimini, contains a royal grill bar, comfortable twin U-shaped settees, as well as cozy deck chairs and sun beds. This design enables the owner and his guests to enjoy sublimely apportioned public spaces decorated in a clean, crisp fashion, in unsurpassed luxury and volume for a yacht of this length.