Mulder Shipyard created a luxury day cruiser in collaboration with Vripack and Omega Architects.

The Bellagio is a part of “Built by Mulder”. It means that clients, designers and architects can bring their own designs and can use the Dutch craftsmanship and quality by Mulder.

Bellagio was designed as a luxury day cruiser or superyacht tender. There are two layouts with two or three cabins available. The version with two cabins has a spacious saloon and a bathroom with shower in the fore ship area. The three cabin version is equipped with a large owner’s cabin and a bathroom amidships.

At the aft deck you’ll find comfortable sofas for a relaxing time in the sun. A second sundeck is located in the front. The side windows of the wheelhouse of the Bellagio can be lowered and the roof can be lifted a few inches to experience the unique ‘open sailing feeling’.

With her total power of 1,200 hp she reaches a maximum speed of 35 knots with her Cummins diesel engines and POD propulsion system. In ports Bellagio can easily maneuvers by an Joystick. The propulsion system is standard delivered with an integrated autopilot, integrated auto trim tabs and trolling valves. The Skyhook system positions the yacht on a fixed heading within a tight area, even in strong currents and windy conditions.

The yacht is fully equipped with the latest technologies including the Raymarine Stabilized Thermal Camera with Joystick Control for safer navigation.

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Main Specifications
Length over all:16.12 m
Beam:4.80 m
Draft:1.10 m
Material: Full aluminum
Engines:2 x Cummins 600 hp
Max. Speed:35 knots
Price:On request (
Mulder’s Bellagio in living pictures