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Mulder Design Imagines a new 72-Meter Superyacht Concept

By Victor Baker


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It seems the brilliant team from Mulder Design has been extremely busy lately, and here is the stunning proof of that: a new 72-meter superyacht concept, meant to impress every single one of us. Introduced at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, this cool vessel shows off specific Mulder Design features, such as an imposing profile, smooth lines and an elegant vibe about itself.

We don’t even dare to think about the price-tag of such a vessel, but I’m sure we can all agree the Dutch designers have done it again! With up to 12 guests ready to be accommodated on-board, the superyacht’s design is centered around social areas, entertainment and fun times – who could say that doesn’t sound appealing?

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Mulder’s new 72-meter superyacht concept comes with a spacious 12.5-meter beach club, that might be a good place to enjoy once you’re aboard, with a lovely sunbathing area and an al-fresco dining location that would be probably customized by the next owner of this beauty.

The concept was actually designed to be owner-oriented, with the owner’s personality and style influencing every small touch and decoration piece on board. Every single cabin will provide stunning panoramic views, but the owner’s suite on the upper deck will be better than all, even though that’s a private treat.

Mulder Design can apparently build this superyacht with a high speed cruising hull or as a traditional displacement vessel, and that’s not really an easy decision to make. Any thoughts?

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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