In 2008 we were the first to publish news of a 106 metre superyacht that was being converted in Greece, to a design by Giorgio Vafiadis & Associates. Built to Germanische Lloyds & Solas classification, Dream was then expected to launch 2011. We have recently received this photo of the yacht, taken about a year ago, which seems to show that the yacht at that point had reached the final phase of construction.
According to the information from 2008, Dream features a 130 square metre owner’s suite with 2 bathrooms, 2 walk-in-closets, 2 studies and a private dining room. Guests can be accomodated in 12 suites; they won’t be bored during their time onboard either, as the yacht has a large beauty salon with a spa, gym and indoor pool. Furthermore there is a theatre, media room, disco, 4 dining rooms, including a japanese restaurant, 4 saloons, 2 outdoor swimming pools, large sunbathing areas, 3 al fresco dining areas and 4 outdoor saloons.
As soon as we have more information on her current status, we will publish an update. If you have more information on this project, please contact us at [email protected].
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