Mulligan’s low-profile sport bridge-accessed via the cockpit’s teak steps to port-is an excellent spot for up to four guests to enjoy alfresco dining at its L-shaped settee and high-gloss, dual-pedestal table. Meals can be grilled on the S60’s sport bridge thanks to the wet bar’s Kenyon electric grill. There is additional seating forward to starboard, which is just abaft the two-seat helm station.
A U-shaped sofa, a fixed folding table and two loose chairs under the sport bridge’s overhang create another alfresco dining space for six in Mulligan’s cockpit, which can be shaded completely and on demand thanks to an electrically operated sunshade. Sliding glass doors and a window open for a seamless transition from the cockpit to the salon and country-style galley aft. Inside, an L-shaped settee and table immediately to starboard provides seating for up to four. Across, two L-shaped countertops create an open galley layout. The galley is equipped with an electric cooktop, a microwave oven, a sink, a dishwasher and a refrigerator.
Just forward is the S60’s salon, where near waist-to-ceiling windows running the length of the salon and an electrically sliding sunroof near the helm combine to create a naturally well-lit space. The salon also has a C-shaped settee and ottoman with room for up to five guests to enjoy casual conversation to port, or take in a movie on the retractable flat-screen TV that comes out of the cabinets to starboard and abaft the lower two-seat helm station.
The S60’s foredeck has a lounge pad with room for two to catch some rays–the pads’ aft section are adjustable. An additional C-shaped sofa and table sit directly abaft the lounge pad with room for four guests to take in sundowners on the hook.
Belowdecks is a full-beam master stateroom amidships with an en suite head and flat-screen TV. Guests can choose from the two remaining staterooms, which includes a forepeak VIP with a queen berth and en suite head. The final stateroom is forward of the master and to starboard with two single berths that can be slid together to make a double berth for couples.
Yachting’s sea trial of the S60 featured the same 1,200 hp MAN V-8 diesel setup as Mulligan and we saw a 36-knot top-end speed. Mulligan’s engines currently have 450 hours listed on them.
Mulligan also has a suite of Garmin electronics, including four Garmin 7616 displays, a GMR 6 kW radar with a 4-foot open array, GHP20 autopilot, GMi20 at each helm and a VH300.
Other notable features include a 21.5 kw Onan Generator, a Seakeeper NG9 gyrostabilizer, an oil-change system, variable-speed bow and stern thrusters, a tender garage and a hydraulic swim platform.
From the Archive: Inside the Stylish, Sporty Princess Yachts S60
“Another aspect of the S60 that shows no signs of compromise is her lines, which blend a flybridge yacht’s spaciousness into the low-slung profile of an express cruiser. Curvaceous salon windows soften the yacht’s exterior appearance, while elongated hullside windows lengthen it. The result is a pleasing aesthetic flow befitting of this stylish and sporty model.” – Yachting, April 2018
Where is Mulligan located? The yacht is currently lying in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Take the next step: contact the listing agent, Mike McCarthy, (772)631-2838, hmy.com
- Length Overall: 60’
- Maximum Beam: 16’
- Fuel Capacity: 845 Gal.
- Draft: 4’ 7”