The 349’5 / 106.5m Conversion motor super yacht Dream was built in 1997 by Halic Tersaneleri and last refitted in 2018. Previously named Poseidonos her luxurious interior is designed by CQStudio and her exterior styling is by Studio Vafiadis.
Dream’s interior layout sleeps up to 36 guests in 22 rooms, including a master suite, 2 VIP staterooms, 6 double cabins and 9 double/twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 40 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. Timeless styling, beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating feature throughout to create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere.
She is built with Steel hull and Steel superstructure. With a cruising speed of 15 knots, a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 6,300nm from her 290,000 litre fuel tanks, she is the perfect combination of performance and luxury.
Super yacht Dream AMENITIES
Cinema, Beach Club, Outdoor Bar, Swimming Platform, Elevator / Lift, BBQ, Helipad, Swimming Pool, Tender Garage, Helipad (Touch-n-go), Beauty Salon, Massage Room, Sauna, Spa, Sun Deck, Air Conditioning, Deck Jacuzzi, Gym/exercise equipment, WiFi connection on board, Bow Thruster, Crane, Stabilizers at Anchor.
Her generous deck areas play host to a wide range of amenities including an outdoor bar, Jacuzzi and ample space for sunlounging and relaxing. Dream’s impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal charter yacht for socialising and entertaining with family and friends.
DREAM AWARDS & NOMINATIONSThe World Superyacht Awards 2019
The more unusual ones include an intimate dining saloon set up around a central grill for teppanyaki and decorated in black and red lacquer like a glossy bento box; an owner’s deck that sprawls through a private dining room, office, steam bath, al fresco spa pool, cabins for immediate family and a lot more; VIP cabins in aqua tones with their own drinks cabinets and baths, and which open directly on to broad side decks; a main saloon centred with a ceiling light feature “like an oyster pearl”, says Ciarmoli, above powder-blue upholstery, which flows around to a mirrored bar and ceiling lights that recall abstract fishing nets.