Mulder Shipyard superyacht completes sea trials

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Delta One, the largest superyacht to come from the Mulder Shipyard to date, has completed sea trials in The Netherlands after a successful launch.

The 118-foot flagship is the first of the shipyard’s ThirtySix range designed by British studio Claydon Reeves. Construction of the second hull is well underway.

The superyacht will debut at the Monaco Yacht Show Sept. 27-30.

“It’s been a pleasure to team up with Mulder Shipyard once again for the build of Delta One,” Claydon Reeves partner James Claydon said in a statement. “This 36-meter is another example of a design that delivers a fully optimized interior with accommodation that is greater than you’d expect for her size. Mulder did a great job on Solis, which resulted in her winning a world superyacht award. We are truly delighted by the results on Delta One.”

Her interior design by Claydon Reeves, in conjunction with the Vickers Studio, offers space for 10 guests across five staterooms. The full-beam master suite provides access to a private seating area in the bow.

A salon, dining room and bar area are on the main deck, with floor-to-ceiling windows. Outside the salon an outdoor cockpit area provides shaded al fresco seating and dining options. Beneath the aft deck is a full headroom beach club with bar and bathroom facilities.

The sundeck offers seating, sun pads, a whirlpool Jacuzzi with space for eight, a dining area and a second helm station.

“Working directly with the shipyard, naval architects and owner has resulted in a design that more than meets the expectations of all involved,” Claydon Reeves partner Mike Reeves said. “From the refined profile to the highly personalized interior, Claydon Reeves has pushed to redefine what can be achieved in a vessel under 300GRT.”

Delta One also includes a Williams 625 Dieseljet, two Yamaha GP1800 WaveRunners, Seabobs and extensive windsurfing gear.


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