British studio Claydon Reeves designed the exterior of the ThirtySix series.
Mulder Shipyard in the Netherlands has announced the launch of the sixth yacht in its ThirtySix range. The 36-meter vessel, launched after a six-month refit, is named Seaflower.
British studio Claydon Reeves designed the exterior of the ThirtySix series, while Van Oossanen Naval Architects was responsible for the naval architecture of the project.
Delivery of the new superyacht is scheduled for June 2023 and the interiors are still being kept secret. Seaflower is expected to spend her first season in the Mediterranean, followed by her debut at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Mulder representatives state that the yacht has a "thoughtful layout" and "excellent sailing characteristics," making the series one of the most successful in its size range. Seaflower becomes the sixth hull in the ThirtySix series, with four more yachts currently in various stages of construction.
Mulder Shipyard is a family-run shipyard in the Netherlands with over 70 full-time employees at three facilities in the Leiden area and a fourth facility in Enkhuizen. The shipyard specializes in the design, development and construction of 50-150 feet (15-45 meters) yachts. Mulder yachts are built in aluminum, are semi-displacement and can reach a maximum speed of 24 knots.