Mulder Shipyard has unveiled a couple of drool inducing renderings of their all-new Mulder 2800 Raised Pilot House (RPH) superyacht concept. Designed to suit both families and luxurious superyacht charter, the Mulder 2800 RPH concept is simply lovely, a 28-meter all-aluminum vessel featuring exquisite naval architecture by Van Oossanen and a sleek design by Frank Laupman from Omega Architects.
The yacht impresses through a spacious saloon area, with side decks, while the master suite forward on the main deck occupies the entire beam. This means the owners of this beauty will be able to enjoy fantastic panoramic views right from their bedroom. The lovely aft deck dining and the sundeck roof contribute to the wonderful atmosphere on this vessel.
The Mulder 2800 RPH yacht will easily accommodate ten guests, as well as a crew of three. If you’re wondering about costs, please note that this vessel can cruise at low running costs, especially because it has a limited crew.
But water toys should be part of any yacht owner’s life, which is why the aft houses a 445 Diesel Jet Tender as well as a Jet Ski, surfboards, diving gear and much more. There’s also a two meters long swimming platform, if you feel like taking a dive.
The Mulder 2800 RPH superyacht will cruise at around 12 knots, but owners could easily enjoy 15-16 knots or even more. It’s worth mentioning that heavy aluminum use allows for up to 15-20% increased fuel efficiency. That could only mean more cash for champagne.