Yacht Delta Successfully Completes Her Sea Trials

Delta one, the fresh 36 meter flagship of the fleet of Mulder Shipyard has successfully completed her sea trials.

During the sea trial, she achieved the top speed of 16.8 knots. The yard of Dutch informed that, Delta one delivered comfortable cruising experience, despite facing the force six winds.

This yacht has been built in RINA standard with all-aluminum structure and she is known for her transatlantic cruising range. To make her public debut, Delta One will move to south. She will make her first public debut in the Monaco Yacht Show.

Talking about the exterior design of the yacht, then it has been designed by the British studio Claydon Reeves. It collaborated with Vickers Studio to design the interior of the boat. Delta One has a Fast Displacement Hull created by the Van Oossanen Naval Architects, which ensures easy sailing and save fuel at all speeds, according to the designer.

Dick Mulder the yard director, said, “The fundamental concept behind this new yacht is to utilize the most out of a volume and not exceeding 300GT”. “This concept opens up an excellent possibility for both chartering and private use, with the instances of having a small crew when the yacht owner is present on board.”

In the engine room of the yacht, twin 1,150hp Caterpillar C18s is fitted, while the five cabins present on the yacht provide a comfortable accommodation for 10 guests.

Mulder said, “The yacht is fitted with many more features, which is normally seen on yachts and it is in terms of both design as well as operation.” The special features in the yacht will include a large 625 tender of Williams Dieseljet, a beach club, two Waverunners of Yamaha, a large pool with spa and a number of sun pads.