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News: Mulder 92' Raised Pilot House (RPH) Concept

Discussion in 'Mulder Yacht' started by Yacht News, Jun 28, 2015.

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  1. 92-foot Raised Pilot House (RPH) Concept By Mulder
    Another sub-100' design surfaces and this time it is from Mulder Shipyard in The Netherlands. The style is new and fresh and features a Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) patented by Van Oossanen in addition to a Raised Pilot House (RPH) design. The design both externally and internally is by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects. The interior is rather light and airy concentrating on floaty and light tones like faint tans and browns and accented by subtle pop of colour in the throws and and some upholstery.
  2. The round-bilged, all-aluminium yacht offers an economical cruising speed of twelve knots and the option of achieving 15-16-knots or even more if required. Using aluminium instead of steel for the hull allowed fuel savings of 15-20% at low speeds compared to displacement speeds. It is believed this Mulder 2800 will be powered by CAT marine diesels. Accommodation on the yacht is designed for ten guests and for a crew of three, with the possibility for alternatives. This all-aluminium 92-footer has a decent 24-foot beam and the owners take advantage of this full-beam by having their suite forward on the main deck fully width. It is further accentuated by large side windows that pour immense natural light into the owner's suite. It is also alot more private too because there are no crew members walking around the sides of the windows to or from the bow. She also has a draft under 6-feet or around 1.8-meters.

    For more information:

    Mulder Shipyards
    Frans Halsplantsoen 6,
    Voorschoten, Netherlands

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