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Review: Mulder 47' "Favorite" Sport Yacht

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  1. Separate, across from the head/vanity, the Master Shower, too, has a white, non-stain synthetic covering, with non-slip flooring. Large enough for two; there is also a built-in, black marble seat alongside.
  2. Roomy for a twin stateroom, the berths are done in mahogany paneling, separate, across from each other, with padded mattresses and reading lights above the beds. Portholes on each side allow particular air circulation. Two separate hanging lockers.
  3. A very compact view of Mulder Favorite 1400’s engine room shows off its double Volvo IPS600 engines – rated at 435 hp – which moves this hard chine beauty with spray rails to a maximum speed of up to 35 knots. The original Favorite model was debuted in the 1950s as a wood-based version. From now on, Mulder’s latest stunning designs will be even larger and faster.
  4. No question, Mulder Shipyard has brought a fascinating contender to today’s yachting market. Its ‘Favorite- 47’ is a splendid small yacht which is expertly designed and certain to appeal to a very broad market. Sleek, up to date, this new triple set of cruising options will no doubt sail to success for the Dutch builder, adding to its international reputation for stylish express yachts and gentlemen’s cruisers.

    by Capt. Chuck Gnaegy



    LOA: 47.8’
    Beam: 15’4”
    Draft: 3’9”
    Hull: Aluminum
    Power: 2x Volvo IPS600
    Speed: Max 30 knots
    Displacement: 18 tons
    Fuel: 65 USG
    Water: 156 USG
    Generator: Mastervolt Whisper 12kW
    Electric: 24 / 230 volt
    Video: 20” flat screen TV/CD/DVD
    Class: CE, A, Ocean

    For more information contact:

    Mulder Shipyards
    Frans Halsplantsoen 6,
    Voorschoten, Netherlands
    +31 (-71) -561-2325


    Stored in a cabinet on the aft deck for quick, unimpeded access, this Honda 5 hp, 4-stroke kicker is stored separate from the dinghy. Equally, spare fuel is stowed here too.
  6. The Favorite-47 on-the-hard shows multiple lifting strakes that double as spray knockers, all leading to a hard chine and being 'pulled', not pushed by Volvo's forward facing IPS drives. Deadrise was not supplied in the specs.
  7. Deck Plans:

    1. Side Profile
    2. Main Deck/Accommodation Deck
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