Mulder Design B.V. is responsible for the naval architecture of the Vulcan 46 and designed a state of the art superyacht. Her luxury interior was designed by Art-Line Interior Design. Composite materials, applied with resin infusion and sandwich techniques, were chosen to achieve the best possible strength-to-weight ratios.
The result: A 200-ton yacht, powered by twin 3650 HP MTU engines, that delivers 25 knots top speed and efficient ocean-crossing range at reduced speed. Her three decks plus Sundeck design provides outstanding elegance for a knowledgeable owner and five cabins of thrilled guests.
Her signature open Atrium design provides 45 feet of unbroken natural lighting, from the very top of the Sundeck all the way down to the Lower Deck. The main deck’s Master Suite uses every inch of this yachts’ 30-foot beam and includes a CEO’s office and a private gymnasium. A graceful wraparound entry way leads to an inviting Jacuzzi and an arcing full-width head. Far aft is the galley, a dining area for ten, and a relaxing lounge and a spacious upper lounge area.
|Length over all:||46.08 m|
|Persons on board:||18|
|Construction:||Fiberglass / Epoxy Composite hull, deck & superstructure|
|Fresh water:||7.500 l|
|Naval architect:||Mulder Design B.V.|
|Interior design:||Art-Line Interiors B.V.|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 16V4000 M90 @ 3650 HP|
|Max. speed:||25 knots|
|Cruising speed:||22 knots|
|Range @ max. speed:||1.000 nm|
|Range @ cruising speed:||1.100 nm|
|Displacement (empty):||196.8 t|