Dream Ship Victory

Dream Ship Victory is a premier yacht building company that is based in Turkey. ...

Dream Ship Victory

Dream Ship Victory is a premier yacht building company that is based in Turkey. This eminent company specialises in the construction of high-end sailing superyachts. It is renowned for its uncompromising adherence to the highest standards of performance, reliability, transparency and stability. The company is one the marquee players in the yacht industry that has consistently carried the rich tradition of boatbuilding of Turkey. It owns and operates a highly modernised production facility that adopts the latest and cutting edge production applications and technologies. Its best assets are its highly skilled and experienced designers, naval architects, engineers and technical workers. For more information about Dream Ship Victory superyachts or a personalised list of yacht that best suit your needs and requirements, please contact our brokers here.

Sailing Yacht Dream Symphony by Dream Ship Victory

Sailing Yacht Dream Symphony by Dream Ship Victory

Notable and High Profile Projects of Dream Ship Victory

Dream Ship Victory most notable luxury superyacht is the sailing yacht Dream Symphony, an impressive 141-metre megayacht. The complex and highly sophisticated construction project has already commenced, and the company is expected to complete the construction and make the delivery sometime in 2016. 

This high profile yacht construction project has tapped the design expertise of renowned design studios Dykstra & Partners and Ken Freivokh Design. This superstructure will be completely made of wood. The production team will be using tropical wood material for this project. The company shall adopt strict standards in the selection process to ensure that they use only the best materials in the construction of this superstructure. 

Other notable and high profile yacht construction projects by Dream Ship Victory include the high-end sailing yacht Mikhail Vorontsov, a 65-metre superyacht; the 45-metre luxury yacht Imagination and the 55-metre sailing yacht Princess Maria

63.5m superyacht Mikhail S. Vorontsov by Dream Ship Victory

63.5m superyacht Mikhail S. Vorontsov by Dream Ship Victory

Dream Symphony Yacht Project in Focus

After its successful participation in the Monaco Yacht Show in 2010, Valeriy Stepanenko, the owner of Dream Ship Victory, immediately buckled down to reveal the final details of the proposed megayacht construction project. Based on the terms of agreement, Dream Ship Victory will be closely working with two prominent design houses, Ken Freivokh and Dykstra & Design in constructing what is expected to be the largest sailing yacht. 

The previous collaborative work by the two naval architects for the high profile charter sailing yacht Maltese Falcon is an indication that their latest partnership will be another blockbuster, and experts are expecting groundbreaking design concepts that will again be unlocked in this megayacht project with Dream Ship Victory. After a series of consultations between the yacht design team and Stepanenko and after the requisite tunnel tests, the group finally received the go-signal. Once completed, the Dream Symphony will officially be the longest sailing yachts with 141 metres. 

The classical design of this megastructure will have its distinctive twist. The design houses had prepared the design templates for this complex yacht construction project by injecting contemporary elements, and most of which are easily apparent in the exterior design of the Dream Symphony. To highlight contemporary elements in the design of this megayacht, the designers have added modern elements like the barrel vault that is made of glass. They have also introduced unitary design concepts and used the same type of material for both the interior and exterior of this mega-structure. 

For more information about Dream Ship Victory yachts or a personalised list of charter yachts that best suite your needs, requirements and style, please contact our experienced brokers here

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