Deceptively fast, seductively stylish, and with a name no one knows, Mulder Design’s 377-foot yacht concept is like a super spy of the sea—even the available visuals are a bit vague. What is known about the mysterious megayacht is that its alluring layout and charming amenities are targeted for long-range luxury travel.
Plans for the five-deck dandy include a helipad on the foredeck serviced by a helicopter garage directly below. The lower level’s defining feature will be a broad beach club—measuring 59 feet by 26 feet—located aft and illuminated by a skylight in the main deck’s swimming pool overhead. Exploration further forward yields a theater and the galley. Advancing from the main deck’s pool toward the bow is the main saloon, the dining room, the entrance hall, a dedicated playroom for kids, the nanny’s quarters, and four guest suites. Above, the owner’s deck delivers an en suite master cabin that is backed by a private gym, formal dining area, and lounge. Uninterrupted views from the navigation deck make it the ideal location for an aft observation lounge, while the perspective from the bar above will be nothing short of intoxicating.
Customizable to accommodate hybrid propulsion, the yacht’s efficiency is also enhanced by the Netherlands-based team’s High Speed Cruising Hull. The modified displacement design dampens noise and vibration while facilitating a cruising rate of 10 knots and a maximum speed of 26 knots.
With some of Mulder Design’s existing yachts already named after Bond films, such as Moonraker, Golden Eye, The World Is Not Enough, and Spectre, perhaps this latest concept should be christened Tomorrow Never Dies. After all, its possibilities for opulent adventure appear endless. (mulderdesign.nl)