It is a very busy period for the well known Dutch company, Mulder Shipyard, with a number of luxury yachts recently launched and several new ones planned for delivery in the near future. Moreover, the shipyard’s extra new facility in Zoeterwoude Rijndijk will open in the next few weeks. This site will represent a new era for Mulder Shipyard, which celebrates its 75th anniversary next year. The existing yard in Voorschoten will stay open and be used for maintenance, refit as well as storage of yachts measuring up to 18 metres in LOA.
In the coming period, Mulder Shipyard will devote considerable attention to showcasing its impressive options for refits. The two dry docks in the new facility are 55 m long and 12 m wide, and will be ideally suited for work on larger hulls. They are supported by a comprehensive range of services, covering everything from new paint jobs and technical systems upgrades to the installation of new propulsion drives, the latest navigation equipment and new interiors. A first-class finish and results are ensured thanks to the use of leading edge technologies and the finest quality materials.
The current facility in Voorschoten will switch from yacht construction to the maintenance, service and storage of yachts up to 18 metres in length. Yacht owners will have several large and small operations at their disposal here, including engine servicing or electrical systems adjustments. Complete refits will also be possible.
At Mulder, every refit, large or small, is seen as a matter of teamwork. The in-house designers, engineers and craftsmen are ready to ensure that each yacht fully satisfies her owners’ personal style and needs. The work always follows a plan set up in advance, and Mulder’s experienced project managers chart the possibilities based on a predefined budget.
Mulder Shipyard will participate in this year’s METS 2012 to promote its refit activities. Visitors are welcome in the Superyacht Pavilion at stand nr 10.715.