Mulder Design Project Crystal
Project Crystal Luxury Adventure Yacht: Designed with a Modern Swag in Mind
Project Crystal is not something you’d see at a wellness convention—in fact, quite the opposite. A brainchild of the Dutch firm Mulder Design, this superyacht is not their first rodeo, but arguably one of their most impressive. This stacked adventure yacht sets sail with its 229-foot, roomy design, fit for only the most daring sea explorers. Project Crystal leaves room for more than a few accommodations, for whatever environment your wanderlust drives you toward.
Fancy yourself a jaunt through the Arctic Ocean? You can, with Project Crystal as your transport vessel. The superyacht is rated for ice, with enough storage space to fit a three-person submarine, among other toys that true explorers like Fridjof Nansen of Norway would be green with envy.
For more tepid waters, the same sizable tender deck can house up to four PWCs, unless you’re feeling especially brave in frigid temperatures. Project Crystal’s curtailed superstructure leaves ample space at the rear for a helicopter landing pad, a unique idiosyncrasy from Mulder Design in contrast to the standard, bow-positioned helipad.
Amenities On Board Project Crystal
But there’s plenty to do aboard Project Crystal, too. The main saloon offers plentiful accommodation for up to 14 guests, fitted with a piano to gather around during cocktail hour, there’s a dining room, and a theater room to follow, so the entire evening can be crafted around dinner-and-a-movie. For your daytime exploits, there’s a gym to challenge you, a sauna to repair you, and a massage room to relax you, all located on the lower deck.
Not enough? How about dining al fresco beneath a retractable roof? Or if you so choose, dinner on the observation deck, equipped for your pleasure: a bar, a wine cabinet, and a dedicated cigar room.
Mulder Design’s team thought of everything, including a hot tub located on the sun deck. And for Project Crystal’s rooming situation, guests are spoiled. Beneath the sundeck is entirely devoted to the master suite, equipped with a lounge, office, and an equally expansive bedroom with his-and-her bathrooms. The other cabins on Project Crystal are nothing short of luxury, either, with two VIP cabins and two twins, and enough space remaining to support 15-18 crewmembers.
While Project Crystal remains a massive ocean vessel with the ability to impressively house other water vehicles and provides endless entertainment to her guests with numerous accommodations, it seems like Mulder Design doesn’t stop there, with one more trick up their sleeves. The surprising perk of Project Crystal attracts even the most environmentally sound types—this superyacht can use a hybrid electric-diesel propulsion system (a speed of 18.5 knots) and operate on electricity alone (a smooth speed of 12 knots).
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