DreamLine is about to launch their latest yacht
and what will represent their largest hull to-date at 34-meters LOA. The yacht follows on from the success of their last model launched, a 26-meter which was completed in 2014.
The yacht's very active design comes via Enrico Gobbi
of Team 4 Design. The interior is also from this design firm. Based on what we saw on the DL26M, the interior should be quite nice on the new flagship too. The design offers plenty glazing allowing a decent connection to the external world while giving natural light a chance to pour in when the window treatments are raised. The yacht takes advantage of the multitude of glass particularly well in the master suite. Located on the forward-end of the main deck, it gives the owner a full wraparound 180-degree view towards the front and side of the vessel. The glazing continues down to the aft into the main saloon with near floor-to-ceiling windows. A treat appears to be sliding glass doors on the port side allowing full access out onto the main side deck without having to go through the back and walk around. It also opens up to mainsaloon/dining area beautifully especially when at anchor in beautiful conditions and surroundings. There is also a fold-down bulwark that will extends the deck a bit... one can place a deck lounger in that position if needed. The flybridge deck is looking nice as well with the arrangement not following the centerline or mirror-image on either side of the CL. The jacuzzi is on the starboard side of deck and flanked by wavy sunpads. On the technical side of things, the DreamLine 34-meter can be powered by two types of engines, either twin MTU 1920HP or CAT C32. However, there is a further option for a more powerful set-up with MTU 2600 hp each. The yacht is more of a performance yacht and not a very long-range cruiser so even at a continuous 10-knots she is only expected to run out to 1,800 nautical miles. Guest accommodation is for ten guests in five staterooms while the crew of four will be housed in three cabins. At 34-meter LOA, she has a beam overall of 7.20-meters and a 1.90-meter draft. Perhaps the DreamLine 34-meter
won't be the flagship eternally as they advertize larger models in their portfolio.