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Mulder Shipyard has announced the successful delivery of MYWAY, yacht number four of its Mulder ThirtySix range. Previously known as Project Wildcard, outfitting of the 36-metre yacht began in March 2020 at Mulder Shipyard’s facility in Zoeterwoude-Rijndijk, the Netherlands.
After being purchased in May this year, Mulder launched the vessel and performed successful sea trials shortly after. Following the ceremonial breaking of the champagne against the anchor on the 9th of July, the owners were able to enjoy their first moments on board, deciding to embark on their first cruise along the North Sea coast. Together with five excited and experienced crew members, MYWAY is now exploring in the Mediterranean.
As with her Mulder ThirtySix predecessors – Delta One, Calypso and Mana – MYWAY features the patented Van Oossanen Fast Displacement Hull Form, which enables comfortable sailing and fuel economy at all speeds.
On board, MYWAY offers accommodation for up to seven guests across three generous staterooms, comprising a master cabin, a VIP cabin and a guest cabin with an additional Pullman berth. Unlike previous Mulder ThirtySix yachts, MYWAY comes with a gym, which can be converted to a fourth cabin.
MYWAY offers numerous private and luxurious private seating areas for owners and their guests: in the bow (which has private entry from the master cabin), the fold-down balcony on the starboard side of the dining room, and close to the water on the beach club below the aft deck.
In addition, guests can also make the most of MYWAY’s relaxing dining areas. Located on the aft deck and on the flybridge, where you’ll find another stylish space which also boosts a seven-person spa pool.
Alongside the 6.5-metre tender, two jet skis and Seabobs which are standard for Mulder ThirtySix yachts, MYWAY also comes equipped with a motorized surfboard and extensive diving gear which fit perfectly in her spacious transverse tender garage.
Her comfortable exterior areas are matched by equally impressive interiors, with the inside of the main deck consisting of a large saloon, dining room and bar area and floor-to-ceiling windows providing panoramic views throughout.
As with all previous Mulder ThirtySix yachts, every aspect of the fourth Mulder ThirtySix has been planned and well thought out by Mulder’s dedicated builders and craftspeople, resulting in a high standard of quality and a superior finish which can be perceived in every detail.
The team at Mulder Shipyard would like to congratulate the new owners, wishing them and their crew fair winds and good sailing ahead on board the Mulder ThirtySix MYWAY.