Strathearn 75' Mulder Shipyard

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A November feature in Showboats International magazine. Strathearn 75’ Wheelhouse built by Holland based Mulder Shipyard has come to us for five-star winter storage. She has been decommissioned for the winter’s stay in Building 11. 

Based on the successful Mulder 73 Wheelhouse with 85 cm of additional length, the Mulder 75 Wheelhouse has an elegant overall character due to her lower length/height ratio, unique details in the superstructure and lower bulwarks. The lines of the all-aluminium motoryacht identify her as a true Mulder. With a slight angle in the stern, a sloping roof overhang and dark window frames, the overall design contributes to a dynamic and elegant profile. The future-oriented design of the new Mulder 75 Wheelhouse is based on the yard’s extensive experience since 1938.

We are happy to have this most elegant of yachts with us this winter!

Layout and Design

Open, split-level concepts are another renowned characteristic of Mulder designs and this is perfectly illustrated on the Mulder 75 Wheelhouse. The open space from the saloon towards the wheelhouse helps bathe the interior with natural light. The wheelhouse itself features a comfortable sofa and two armchairs, ideal for social moments with the entire family. The onboard comfort is further enhanced by the ergonomics. The luxurious helm seat provides clear overviews of the entire yacht and her surroundings, even in heavy seas, while the logical placement and easy operation of the instruments ensure an optimal sailing experience. 

LOA: 75'11
Beam: 18'5
Draft: 5'3
Displacement: 50 tons approx
Designed By: Ginton Naval Architects and Guido de Groot Design
Builder: Mulder Shipyard
Model: 75' Wheelhouse
Year: 2013
Hull Material: Aluminum
Top Speed: 22 knots

A November feature in Showboats International magazine. Strathearn 75’ Wheelhouse built by Holland based Mulder Shipyard has come to us for five-star winter storage. She has been decommissioned for the winter’s stay in Building 11. 

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