Industry » Shipyard & Design » Yacht Design » Sailing Yacht Dream Symphony to Dwarf Maltese Falcon

Sailing Yacht Dream Symphony to Dwarf Maltese Falcon

profile other option

Unquestionably the world’s largest sailing superyacht at 141m, Dream Symphony is the brainchild of Valeriy Stepanenko, the owner of the Dream Ship Victory’s yard in Bosburun, Turkey.

Bringing together the same team that designed Maltese Falcon, Symphony is also unique in that the total hull is built in wood, and the rig includes Hoyt booms for maximum control.  

External styling and interior design is by Ken Freivokh Design.


Symphony has been designed to provide the owner with a totally private deck house. Owner facilities have been developed as a duplex, with private circulation between the accommodation flat and the saloon and office facilities at main deck level.

Dream Symphony 5 600 pix

A sheltered open deck between the owner quarters and the guest deck house can be fully enclosed when weather dictates, with automatic sections which run in concealed channels.

side by side 600

The all glass swimming pool includes a rising floor, which can be deployed as a helipad for helicopter operations or to extend the available deck areas for guest entertainment.

design deck 600 

dream symphonyinterior

--------------------------------------------------------

KFD LOGO2011 Outline Black


Post your comment

You cannot post comments until you have logged in.

Login to post a comment

Comments

No one has commented on this page yet.

RSS feed for comments on this page | RSS feed for all comments

 

x

Search articles with keywords