One of the most skilled naval architects of nowadays, head of Omega Architects Frank Laupman tells West Nautical about his feelings and thoughts regarding this project:
“If I were the owner of Mulder 94 Voyager I would start the maiden voyage right after the launch. Cruising from Monaco, Portofino to Naples and Sicily, cross to Hvar (Croatia) and then to Ithaka and Turkey. No other yacht nowadays has the same straight forward lines as Mulder 94 Voyager and no other yacht has the same interior space in the saloon as this yacht, which feels like a ‘grand’ yacht. The maindeck features an 8m long saloon, a fully equiped galley, a powerroom and an enclosed wheelhouse”.
“The most important features of Mulder 94 Voyager are high ratio of interior length compared to overall length, large sun covered area on the top sundeck and a full facilitary area with double crew cabin, mess storage, laundry area and lazarette. The extensive offer of interior space, the saloon décor and the vast sundeck I think will be appreciated the most by the owner and his guests”.
“It’s very likely that from now on most of the yachts constructed and launched will have the same brand properties and specific S-shaped bulwarks, mast design and fashion plates as shown in the profile of the yacht as Mulder 94 Voyager. Her character is defined by the typical S-curved bulwark in her profile, it’s the trademark for the West Nautical Mulder 94 Voyager. We in Omega Architects describe the Mulder 94 Voyager as a contemporary yacht with classical rounded detailing”.