THE STORY BEHIND THE MULDER FLYBRIDGE
The first Mulder Flybridge was built in 1992 - a 19-metre yacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. In 1994 we delivered the second, faster Flybridge, with two Caterpillar engines of 1100 hp offering a top speed of 25 knots. This was a very special achievement at the time, especially for a yacht with a steel hull.
Later Flybridge yachts have been built with both steel and aluminium hulls, the choice of which depends on the desired speed and range. Among the awards over the years has been the ‘Best Yacht’ prize at the 1998 HISWA Amsterdam Boat Show for a 22-metre model.
Today the Mulder Flybridge is available in versions from 22 metres to 45 metres. Some models are built entirely in aluminium for a higher top speed while maintaining a large range and very good sailing capacities. Other models are equipped with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, which are great for transatlantic trips and long, comfortable stays at displacement speeds.
The ideal sailing area for our Flybridge yachts is certainly open seas and oceans and you will find them in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, and in countries as diverse as New Zealand and Russia.
Length 30.00 m Beam 7.00 m Draft 1.90 m Tonn. 100 tons Top speed 22 kn Cruising speed 18 kn Diesel 17.000 l Water 3.000 l Material Aluminium Cabins Four cabins + four crew Engines Caterpillar C32 1685 HP Hull shape Round bilged Class RINA C HULL • MACH Y Interior Custom Naval architect Ginton Naval Architects Design Guido de Groot Design Interior design Omega Architects