Dream Ship Victory are proud to announce the beginning of the construction of the impressive new 141 m sailing yacht Dream Symphony designed by Ken Freivokh Design and Dykstra and Partners Naval Architects.
Immediately following the decision to go ahead with construction of the 141m Dream Symphony yacht designed by Ken Freivokh Design and Dykstra and Partners Naval Architects, DSV’s CEO Valeriy Stepanenko set in motion an impressive construction project at their Dream Ship Victory base on the Aegean Sea.
Land has been reclaimed from both sea and mountain, and a massive 200m long construction shed built, flanked by two further sheds, each capable of taking on construction work on yachts up to 80m each. The main shed in its present form can accommodate yachts up to 160m, with an impressive array of overhead cranes, climate control and support facilities, including offices and accommodation facilities all on site.
A massive and quite beautiful construction in its own right is the purpose built support structure for the 141m Dream Symphony sailing yacht. In parallel, work is also progressing on both the 55m Sailing yacht Princess Maria and the 43m superyacht Imagination, while the 63m luxury yacht Mikhail S. Vorontsov is nearing completion at its fitting out base at Balk Shipyard in the Netherlands.
Following the keel laying ceremony attended by the KFD and Dykstra teams, work is now progressing to schedule on what will undoubtedly be one of the most amazing sailing yacht projects of the decade.
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Dykstra & Partners Naval Architects will be present at the 2011 Monaco Yacht Show at the QE9 stand from 21st to 24th September.