Mulder's new flagship – the 34-metre Solis that launched in July – arrived in Gibraltar at Sunrise on Friday on her maiden cruise.
The steel-and-aluminium 34-metre is Mulder’s largest yacht built so far and also its first over 300 GT. She is designed inside and out by Claydon Reeves with naval architecture by Van Oossanen.
Solis’s plumb bow runs aft with a gently stepped sheer, while the aluminium superstructure, which rises towards the stern, is notable for the flush, full-height glass on the main deck. The glass panels in the salon open to enhance the connection with the outside, while on both sides of the dining area amidships there is not only full-height glass but also folding balconies.
She accommodates eight guests in two VIP staterooms, and two double cabins that can convert to twins. One full-beam VIP is on the lower deck with large portholes, while the other is forward on the main deck and features a big skylight above the bed to give guests a wonderful view of the stars. The yacht has seven crew.
Solis was sold in 2013 through IYR in Monaco.“We suggested suitable Northern European yards renowned for their quality for a project of this nature. Mulder Shipyard, with their new facility, impressed both us and our clients,” said IYR broker William Molloy at the time.