Mulder Shipyard has released the additional renderings of the all-new superyacht Mulder 2800 Raised Pilot House (RPH) – Full beam concept, also featured on CharterWorld on April 7, 2015. Suitable for both families as well as a luxury superyacht charter, Mulder 2800 RPH yacht concept is a lovely 28-metre round-bilged, all-aluminium vessel, with naval architecture by Van Oossanen. She has been entirely designed by Frank Laupman from Omega Architects.
The saloon area aboard luxury yacht Mulder 2800 RPH design has side decks, while the master suite forward on the main deck is full beam, providing fantastic panoramic views. Another remarkable feature aboard this beautiful vessel is the aft deck dining. The dining table can be found outdoors, under a sundeck roof, thus protected from direct sunlight.
Mulder 2800 RPH yacht design can comfortably sleep ten guests and a crew of three, with the possibility for alternatives. The vessel can cruise at low running costs, and can be easily handled by a limited crew.
There is also a toys and tenders garage in the aft. Storing the tender inside allows the sundeck to be kept completely free of obstacles and available for sunbathing at all times. The garage is big enough to store a 445 Diesel Jet Tender as well as a Jet Ski, surfboards, diving gear and many others. The swimming platform has a length of two metres, and when all the toys are in the water, it offers ample space for sunbathing as well as relaxing.
Super yacht Mulder 2800 RPH superyacht offers an economical cruising speed of twelve knots and the option of achieving 15-16 knots or even more, if required. Using aluminium instead of steel for the hull allows fuel savings of 15-20% at low speeds compared to displacement speeds.