This 111-Foot Dutch Yacht Feels Like an Open-Air Penthouse on the Water

Mulder Shipyard’s latest launch, the custom-built Mulder Solis yacht, is the Dutch shipyard’s largest project delivered to date. Designed in conjunction with British design studio Claydon Reeves, the 111-foot yacht was crafted to meet the owner’s request for an open-concept ship that enables guests to feel connected while on board.

The free-flowing yacht showcases a two-pronged sundeck area: one side has a half-moon dining table with semicircle seats underneath a hard-top canopy, and the other side a hot tub, semi-wet bar, and raised sunbed. A concealed staircase leads into the main deck, which houses a cheery lounge area, a VIP cabin with a skylight and gigantic windows, and a dining area that funnels outside onto a fold-down terrace. Decorated with white leather and fabrics, the airy master suite includes built-in seating and a desk. (Two additional cabins are available below deck.)

Constructed with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure, the yacht cruises at about 10 knots and can reach a transatlantic range of 3,800 nautical miles while maintaining a speed of 10 knots. (jachtwerfmulder.nl)

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