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  • ENGWheelhouseM UL D E R SH I P YA R D
  • Wheelhouse series Foreword The original design for the Wheelhouse was done by myself and yacht designer Aad Volker. It was our first step towards the larger yachts. The first Wheelhouse models were built in 1989. At the time, these yachts were named ‘Favorite Superieur 54’. The first Wheelhouse was a yacht of 17 meters with a fixed wheelhouse designed for a Dutch client who already owned two smaller Mulder Yachts. Later designs are refined in cooperation with designers and naval architects like Guido de Groot, Ginton or Vripak. The first response on the Wheelhouse at the Boatshow in Dusseldorf and Hiswa in Water Boatshow in The Netherlands was absolutely overwhelming. In 1989, the Superior Favorite 54 was named: ‘Most beautiful yacht’ at the Dutch Boat Show. Therefore it is not surprising that the wheelhouse is the most built model. The Wheelhouse models are built from 63 ft to 77 ft (between 19 and 23 meters). Some models are all-aluminum, others are built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Because of the large number of yachts built in this series there is great diversity. At first, many models were elegantly designed but later models were designed highly refined and luxurious. The Wheelhouse yachts are suitable for all kinds of waters. If bridge heights and water depths are taken into account while designing, canals and rivers can easily be sailed. Because of the seaworthy round bilged hull and the large fuel capacity, the Wheelhouse yachts are also suitable to sail on open waters. Most yachts are extremely well equipped and have a very high comfort. The high comfort is among athers due to the application of good sound insulation, thermal insulation and the use of modern techniques. Today, Wheelhouse yachts sail in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Israel, Russia and Greece. Recently, the first order was placed for delivery in the USA. The owner of this model is often a very experienced sailor with ambition for long sailing trips. A Mulder Wheelhouse yacht characterizes finishing, equipment and sailing features of a very high level. Kind regards, D.R. MulderM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • Wheelhouse Line Overview 60 Wheelhouse 63 Wheelhouse 68 Wheelhouse Length 18.00 m 19.40 m 20.70 m Beam 5.20 m 5.30 m 5.60 m Draft 1.40 m 1.50 m 1.50 m Material Aluminium Steel SteelStandard Engines 2x Volvo 575 Hp 2x Volvo 330 Hp 2x Caterpillar 320 Hp Fuel capacity 3.500 l 4.000 l 7.000 l Water capacity 1.500 l 1.500 l 2.500 l Cabins 3 3 3 Hull shape Round bilged Round bilged Round bilged Displacement Ca. 33 tons Ca. 42 tons Ca. 54 tons Max. speed 18 - 21 knots 9 - 11 knots 10 - 11 knots 70 Wheelhouse 73 Wheelhouse 76 Wheelhouse Length 21.30 m 22.30 m 23.40 m Beam 5.30 m 5.60 m 5.80 m Draft 1.50 m 1.60 m 1.70 m Material Steel Aluminium SteelStandard Engines 2x Caterpillar 320 Hp 2x Caterpillar 715 Hp 2x Volvo 425 Hp Fuel capacity 7.000 l 7.200 l 7.500 l Water capacity 2.500 l 2.500 l 2.000 l Cabins 3 4 + crew 4 + crew Hull shape Round bilged Round bilged Round bilged Displacement Ca. 56 tons Ca. 48 tons Ca. 70 tons Max. speed 10 - 11 knots 18 - 22 knots 11 - 12 knots M u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 60 Wheelhouse 63 Wheelhouse 68 WheelhouseM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 60 Wheelhouse 63 Wheelhouse 68 Wheelhouse General Design Mulder Shipyard / Guido de Groot Mulder Shipyard / Guido de Groot Mulder Shipyard / Guido de Groot design design design Naval architecture Ginton Naval Architects Vripack Naval Architects Vripack Naval Architects Interior design Kitty van der Kamp Design Kitty van der Kamp Design Kitty van der Kamp Design Classification CE-A CE-A CE-A Hull material Aluminium Steel Steel Superstructure Aluminium Aluminium Aluminium Hull type Twin propeller, round bilged, Twin propeller, round bilged, Twin propeller, round bilged, semi-displacement displacement displacement Accommodation 1 master and 2 guest cabins 1 master and 2 guest cabins 1 master and 2 guest cabinsCrew accommodation Not available Not available Not available Dimensions Length overall 18.00 m 19.40 m 20.70 m Beam 5.20 m 5.30 m 5.60 m Draft 1.40 m 1.50 m 1.50 m Displacement 33 tons 42 tons 56 tons Performance Maximum speed 21 knots @ 50% load 11 knots @ 50% load 11 knots @ 50% load Cruising speed 18 knots 9 knots 10 knots Tank capacities Fuel 3.500 l 4.000 l 7.000 l Freshwater 1.500 l 1.500 l 2.500 l Sanitary water 950 l 600 l 900 l Propulsion Engines Volvo Penta D9A2K D9-575 Volvo Penta D6-330I-E Caterpillar C7 Max. power 575HP@ 2.500 RPM 330HP@ 3.500 RPM 320HP@ 2.400 RPM Steering system Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Propeller shafts Water lubricated stainless steel Water lubricated stainless steel Water lubricated stainless steel Propellers Bronze five bladed propellers Bronze five bladed propellers Bronze five bladed propellers Bow thruster Side-power, hydraulic operated Side-power, hydraulic operated Side-power, hydraulic operated Electrics Installation 12/24/220V 12/24/220V 12/24/220V Shore power 32 Amp 32 Amp 32 Amp Generator Whisper 12kW Whisper 12kW Whisper 12kW Miscellaneous Interior Custom Custom Custom Tender storage 3.50m RIB jet tender with crane Davits 3.90 tender with crane Air conditioning Mediterranean capacity (optional) Mediterranean capacity (optional) Mediterranean capacity (optional) Stabilizers Koop/Naiad fins or Gyro zero Koop/Naiad fins or Gyro zero Koop/Naiad fins or Gyro zero speed (optional) speed (optional) speed (optional) Decks Teak decks 12 mm and 5 mm Teak decks 12 mm and 5 mm Teak decks 12 mm and 5 mm caulking caulking caulking Anchor system 30 kg high gloss polished, 60 kg high gloss polished, 2 x 75 kg high gloss polished, 10mm/50m chains 10mm/50m chains 10mm/50m chains Guarantee Two years on the complete yacht Two years on the complete yacht Two years on the complete yacht Delivery time Approximately 15 – 18 months Approximately 15 – 18 months Approximately 15 – 18 months M u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 70 Wheelhouse 73 Wheelhouse 76 WheelhouseM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 70 Wheelhouse 73 Wheelhouse 76 Wheelhouse General Design Mulder Shipyard / Guido de Groot Mulder Shipyard / Guido de Groot Mulder Shipyard / Guido de Groot design design design Naval architecture Vripack Naval Architects Ginton Naval Architects Ginton Naval Architects Interior design Kitty van der Kamp Design Kitty van der Kamp Design Kitty van der Kamp Design Classification CE-A CE-A CE-A Hull material Steel Aluminium Steel Superstructure Aluminium Aluminium Aluminium Hull type Twin propeller, round bilged, Twin propeller, round bilged, Twin propeller, round bilged, displacement semi-displacement displacement Accommodation 1 master and 2 guest cabins 1 master and 3 guest cabins 1 master and 3 guest cabinsCrew accommodation Not available Two persons crew (optional) Two persons crew (optional) Dimensions Length overall 21.30 m 22.30 m 23.40 m Beam 5.30 m 5.60 m 5.80 m Draft 1.50 m 1.60 m 1.70 m Displacement 56 tons 48 tons 70 tons Performance Maximum speed 11 knots @ 50% load 22 knots @ 50% load 12 knots @ 50% load Cruising speed 10 knots 18 knots 11 knots Tank capacities Fuel 7.000 l 7.200 l 7.500 l Freshwater 2.500 l 2.500 l 2.000 l Sanitary water 900 l 1.800 l 600 l Propulsion Engines Caterpillar C7 Caterpillar C12 ACERT Volvo Penta D9A2J D9-425 Max. power 320HP@ 2.400 RPM 715HP@ 2.300 RPM 425HP@ 2.200 RPM Steering system Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Propeller shafts Water lubricated stainless steel Water lubricated stainless steel Water lubricated stainless steel Propellers Bronze five bladed propellers Five bladed propellers Bronze five bladed propellers Bow thruster Side-power, hydraulic operated Side-power, hydraulic operated Side-power, hydraulic operated Electrics Installation 12/24/220V 12/24/220V 12/24/220V Shore power 32 Amp 32 Amp 32 Amp Generator Whisper 12kW Onan 12kW Onan 22,5kW Miscellaneous Interior Custom Custom Custom Tender storage 3.90 tender with crane 4.00 tender with crane 3.90 tender with crane Air conditioning Mediterranean capacity (optional) Mediterranean capacity (optional) Mediterranean capacity (optional) Stabilizers Koop/Naiad fins or Gyro zero Koop/Naiad fins or Gyro zero Koop/Naiad fins or Gyro zero speed (optional) speed (optional) speed (optional) Decks Teak decks 12 mm and 5 mm Teak decks 12 mm and 5 mm Teak decks 12 mm and 5 mm caulking caulking caulking Anchor system 2 x 75 kg high gloss polished, 2x 75 kg high gloss polished, 2x 75 kg high gloss polished, 10mm/50m chains 10mm/100m chains 10mm/100m chains Guarantee Two years on the complete yacht Two years on the complete yacht Two years on the complete yacht Delivery time Approximately 15 – 18 months Approximately 15 – 18 months Approximately 15 – 18 months M u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • W heelhouseM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 73 wheelhouseM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • W heelhouse68 WheelhouseM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 73 WheelhouseM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • REL A XING 73 Wheelhouse76 W he elhous eM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 76 W he elhous eM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 76 W he elhous e 73 wheelhouseM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • 76 W he elhous e 73 wheelhouseM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • History Mulder Shipyard Mulder Shipyard was founded by Dirk Mulder Sr. and has evolved into one of the leading lights in the Dutch yacht building industry. Today it remains a family concern, with the next generation of Mulders at the helm. The yard’s global reputation for quality has been built upon three main pillars: the classic Super Favorite Cruisers, the later Favorite Superior and a range of Mulder custom-built motoryachts. These yachts still afloat the Dutch and foreign waters today. In 1938 Dirk Mulder Sr. (born 19th December 1911) established Mulder Shipyard at age 27 at the current location in Voorschoten. He had spent many evenings studying yacht building while The 60s were dominated by the construction of motoryachts. also running an ironmongery and carpentry workshop In Holland, the brand-name Super Favorite Cruiser became and building canoes and rowing boats. The early years of well known. These luxury, stylish yachts were instantly Shipyard Mulder saw various small open wooden sailing recognizable for their flared bow, mahogany superstructure, boats launched, including the racing class 16m and Pampus. distinctive windows and the letters DM (Dirk Mulder) on the The first steel sailing yacht was built at the end of the decade. bow. There were three different lengths available: 8.30, 9.20 or 10.20 metres. At least one yacht was launched every In the 40s many sailing yachts were being build based upon month and a lot of these classic yachts are still cruising today. a design by the architect W.H.R. van Dam. Built of solid Needless to say, their value has increased many times over mahogany and oak frames they got the name DIMU (Dirk from the original delivery price. Mulder). There are still a number of these classic yachts sailing today and they have become legends in their own The last sailing yachts were built at the beginning of the lifetime. Towards the end of the 1940s, the yard began 1970s, the largest of which was 12 metres in length. From to concentrate more on steel boats. In 1953, the first now on, Shipyard Mulder would be exclusively focused on the 7.50-metre steel motoryacht was launched. This was the construction of motor yachts. The models became larger and forerunner of the highly popular Favorite Cruiser range and more modern. While the traditional flared bow was no longer went under the name Baby Favorite. There are a number of included, the characteristic wooden superstructure remained these yachts still afloat today. From 1955 onwards, the yard in place. By now almost 60 years old, Mulder Senior began concentrated primarily on motoryachts ranging between 8.30 to take life a little easier, leaving the everyday running of the and 9.20 metres. Due to Dirk Mulder’s preference for wood, yard to an outside manager. all the steel yachts still had a mahogany superstructure.1938 1950 1970 M u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • The last sailing yachts were built at the beginning of the 1970s, the largest of which was 12 metres in length. From now on, Shipyard Mulder would be exclusively focused on the construction of motor yachts. In 1984 the yard was taken over by the 22-year-old Dirk addition to her fabulous looks, her ingenious round bilged Robert Mulder Junior, leaving his father to retire completely at hull design gives the Mulder 68 Convertible an impressive the age of 72. The traditional flared bow made a comeback performance both at the slow speeds necessitated by heavy and, by the end of the 1980s, the yard was delivering yachts sea conditions and at speeds as high as 26 knots. Regardless of 13.50, 15.50 and 17.50 metres under the name Favorite of how fast she sails, this aluminium yacht also has excellent Superior. A new construction hall was built to allow the yard trim and stability. to grow even further. At the beginning of the 1990s several yachts up to 20 meters furnished under the name ‘Favorite In 2006, the internationalization of the yard extends. Superior. The boats themselves and the methods of building The worldwide attention to the yard results in a number of became even more modern and sophisticated. The wooden orders from several continents. Today, Mulder Shipyard is a superstructure was sometimes replaced by steel or aluminium well known, solid yard, which guarantees exclusive quality and the interiors were mainly white painted ash or classic yachts. The appearance, quality and craftsmanship result mahogany during these years. A range of modern yachts, in huge worldwide interest in the various Mulders. Mulder known as the Futura, were developed in cooperation with Shipyard purchased an extra 7000m2 terrain in 2008 for A1 Design. A second production hall was completed. the construction of a second facility. From 2012 work will be focused mainly on the building and service of yachts up to Thanks to the new production hall, larger yachts such were 18 meters in length at the current location while yachts up to being built. Although she was delivered earlier, the Mulder 45 meters will be build at the new location. 74 Flybridge remained the yard’s largest project until 1996, measuring 22.30 x 5.80 metres, a round bilged motoryacht built to Lloyd’s standards. The owner had already enjoyed two previous Mulders and this time opted for a high-tech boat with a gorgeous mahogany interior. This stylish vessel received the ‘best yacht’ award at the Amsterdam Seaport Boat Show. Early in 2000 the young designer Guido de Groot designed with naval architecture Ginton & Weber the Mulder 68 Convertible, which initially was designed for Mulder himself. This yacht was and is an absolute leader on design area. In1990 2000 2010 M u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • Quotes MR. D. Salakhov (Russia) Owner of the Mulder 63 Wheelhouse “Melody”, sailing his Mulder yacht since May 2006 and an experienced Yacht owner since 2001. The yacht has passed 15,000 miles since delivery in 2006. The yacht “Melody” went to the following seas: the White, Baltic, North Sea, Irish, Celtic, Alboran, Balearic, Liguria, Tyrrhenian, Ionian, Adriatic, Mediterranean, the Bay of Biscay and the Atlantic Ocean. We visited countries: Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, North Ireland, Belgium, France, Channel Islands, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Gibraltar, Morocco, Tunisia, Monaco, Italy, Malta, Montenegro, Croatia. In each port, coming and going, “Melody”, I only heard approvingly: What a beautiful yacht! And also: It’s not a boat, it’s a small ship. Melodies first tripM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • MR. S. Heemskerk (The Netherlands)Owner of the Mulder 76 Wheelhouse “Remo” and experienced yacht owner since 1967, about his choice to built ayacht at Mulder Shipyard.“After selling my company in 2007, I was looking for a reliable yard to built a new yacht. Together with my wife, I visiteda number of Dutch yards and finally we chose for Mulder because of the beautiful round bilge yachts, beautiful lines andhigh quality. From design to delivery, we were very involved in the building which was a pleasant time for us. We are verypleased with the result and everywhere we moor in a port, we get nothing but a lot of attention. Since its completion inSeptember 2010, to 20 days after we are constantly on board, even the winter months and sailing with our Mulder yachtis a great experience... We hope to enjoy our yacht for many years to come..!”MR. J. Segev (Israël)Owner of the Mulder 73 Wheelhouse “Fairwind” and experienced yacht owner since 1986, about his trip fromFrance to Israel in October 2011.“Two days ago we arrived with Fairwind in Israel. All together from Antibes, France to Israel it was around 2000 NM.Fairwind was perfect. Most of the way it was down hill (following sea) up to sea 5. But twice we had some weather.Near the Island of Aegina in Greece we had sea 7 in front. The waves were around 5-6 meter high. Wind was strong andspray was all over. I reduced the speed to 8 knots in 850 rpm and Fairwind behaved like a ship should behave. No falling,no rolling and no shaking. Very comfortable ride and very safe one. Thanks.”MR. A. Dunn (United Kingdom)Owner of the Mulder 75 Wheelhouse “Strathearn” under construction. Builder and owner of the 130ft Alloy sailing yacht“Victoria of Strathearn” for over 10 years and experienced yacht owner since 1985.“We chose the Mulder Shipyard to build our new Yacht after searching the finest shipyards in Europe. Our primary aim wasto find a yard which was run by a great team and the fact that Mulder is a three generation family business was extremelyappealing. We have always been very hands on clients and are confident that Mulder are as excited as we are to worktogether on this exceptional new Yacht. The collaboration to create a modern yet traditional yacht, we hope will become notonly an enjoyable experience but a successful one for all parties involved”.MR. Tony Mair (New Zealand)Former owner of the Mulder 76 Flybridge “Dutchess”, about building a yacht at Mulder Shipyard.Having owned many vessels and previously cruised the South Pacific , Australia, New Zealand and the Mediterranean Iwas looking to have a safe and strong vessel constructed to firstly cruise the Med and then return to the South Pacific.I chose Mulder to design and construct my new 76ft flybridge heavy displacement vessel “M.V. Dutchess” with a steelhull and aluminum superstructure to handle the severe conditions around New Zealand. Economic cruising for longocean passages was particularly important. We were thrilled with the construction process even though we lived 12,000miles away and the vessel was delivered “On time & On budget” with the impressive “Mulder Quality”. We tested thevessel in heavy weather in the North Sea followed by a delivery to Valencia and cruised for a further year in the Medbefore shipping her to New Zealand. “Dutchess” is a fine looking vessel built with quality equipment and has recentlycompleted two 1200 mile crossings of the Tasman Ocean to Australia which is renowned as being extremely harsh seaconditions. Should we have another “Little Ship” built again we will be using the Mulder shipyard because of the quality,value for money and high resale value. M u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • Architect GINTON Naval Architects, Haarlem, Holland – J.Ginton quoted When Mulder shipyard gave us the order to design the hull of this vessel he required that the vessel would run at top speed with no more then 2 degrees trim. We took unconventional measures in order to comply with this requirement. The common wisdom will tell you to increase volume aft in order to reduce trim. We did the opposite. Many planing craft are designed with parallel buttocks as many (wrongly) think that much buoyancy aft helps to reduce trim (Fig 1). However, this increased volume aft causes the flow aft to increase velocity (and the propeller wake increases this flow further). This phenomena causes a low pressure around the stern, which sucks the stern (Venturi) and increases the running trim. When we designed this hull for Mulder shipyard, we drew the buttocks aft in a way to reduce the volume aft.(Fig 2). It reduced the water velocity resulting this little trim. It also allows more space to accommodate the propeller with a good propeller-hull clearance, without increasing the shaft angle. In addition to all that, we added a moderate fixed trim wedge (Fig 3) to eliminate the remaining trim and to bent the water-flow parallel to the shaft as far as obtainable. The vessel was sea-trialed to test performance of the hull and the propulsion installation. A top speed was achieved with an impressive little running trim. It should be noted that the combination of hull features will work up to a certain speed/displacement ratio as at very high speeds, the dynamic pressure (lift) is predominant in a way that the bottom shape must be designed differently. GINTON Naval Architects www.ginton.comM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • Zoeterwoude Future Mulder Shipyard Today Mulder Shipyard continues focusing on the production of semi-customized displacement and planing yachts with the worldwide reputation of quality based undisputed Dutch craftsmanship. Mulder Shipyard builds yachts in-house or in collaboration with subcontractors. At the current location (Voorschoten) yachts are built with a length ranging from 15 to 30 meters. This yard has been in use since 1938 and over years there have been delivered hundreds of boats. In late 2008 Mulder Shipyard purchased 7000m2 land to build a second yard. At this new location Mulder will focus on maintenance, refit and new construction of yachts from 18 to 40 meters. At the current location the focus will be on yachts up to 18 meters. The new yard is located in Zoeterwoude Rijndijk Voorschoten ten kilometers away from the current site and a 15 minutes drive from Amsterdam Airport. The first hall of the new yard will be equipped with two dry docks of 58m x 13m. The second hall can accommodate the simultaneous construction of four yachts up to 30 metres in length. The projects in this hall are accessible via three work floors. The ground floor will be used for working on engines, generators, propulsion systems, bowthrusters, sternthrusters, stabilisers and similar equipment, and include a store room. The first floor will facilitate the assembly of the interior, service installations and electrical systems. The second floor will house Mulder’s interior department and spraying facilities. The new yard will also include a 100-tonnes boat lift and a modern office building. In addition to new builds and refit activities, the new yard will also provide services for the growing Mulder fleet. The Voorschoten location will focus on the construction of the Mulder Favorite and the Bellagio, while also being used for the storage and maintenance of smaller yachts. M u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
  • Craftsmanship The core business of Mulder Shipyard is designing and building yachts for a worldwide clientele, making use of unique shapes, complex systems within time and budget. To achieve this aim, expertise in every discipline is of essential value. At Mulder Shipyard, we try to keep overhead costs as low as available in our workshop and our engineering. Students can possible. Few people behind the desk and many people in develop practical experience. Our experience demonstrates the workplaces. that we can contribute to the enthusiasm of students for the Mulder Shipyard has an excellent team of people who are yacht building industry. aware of their duties and craftsmanship. Quality is our priority, therefore employees have every opportunity to Once you come working at Mulder Shipyard, you will enjoy develop and improve themselves. our pleasant atmosphere and fine staff working conditions. As a growing company we take responsibility for good This will encourage each employee to continue learning employment for our people. Preferably, we hire young people besides the daily job. Moreover there is the possibility to use to teach them the intricacies of our profession and keep up the company’s fitness program. The safety and health of our the Mulder quality. The aim is to develop long term working employees has a high priority. The whole machinery is up-to- relationships and maintain knowledge and experience within date and certified annually. the company. With enthusiasm and a willingness to learn, Employees can relax and network with other employees new employees can persuade us that they like to be part during the weekly Friday afternoon drink. Before the start of the team. Our employees are given time to work towards of Christmas, Christmas gifts are handed out personally by perfection. Discipline and accompaniment is an important the directors and gifts obtained from relations of the yard factor. are traditionally allotted during the bingo-game. Annually an appointed committee organizes an event and after each Mulder Shipyard is working closely together with a number of completion of a new yacht special attention will be given to secondary vocational and higher professional educations. the staff. We regularly accompany students for practical days and tours. During the year we have a number of internshipsM u l d e r S h i pya r d – w h e e l h o u s e
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