Selahattin Üldas, who previously worked for Proteksan Turquoise, has send us the designs of a new 77 metre superyacht, project Dream. "The aim was to design a distinctive yacht with elegant exterior lines and with a very clean interior arrangement," Selahattin explains. "The bold and clean lines of the superyacht define the two main features of the design philosophy, whereby dynamism and simplicity are harmonized. The continuous bonnets and the glasses are the main features of the exterior style. The foredeck has an asymmetric design with a rescue boat area at the starboard side while the crew path is the port side".
The new design can accommodate up to 12 guests across four double en suite cabins, forward of the lobby on the main deck, and an en suite VIP cabin, which features its own lounge area. The owner’s suite is located aft of the upper deck, which is completely dedicated to the owner.
This space includes a his and her dressing room and bathroom, and connects directly to a private terrace area. Forward of the lobby on the same level is the owner’s panoramic lounge, with a Jacuzzi forward of this. The bridge deck offers al fresco dining for 12 and links directly to a TV and lounge room, with the wheelhouse forward, and the captain’s cabin and office just behind. The sun deck includes another Jacuzzi and bar area, with sun beds situated aft of the deck.
Forward of the lower deck is the crew area including the crew mess, with the galley, steam room, gym and boarding lobby situated amidships. Aft of this deck is the tender garage capable of housing two 8.5-metre tenders and four jet skis. The exterior design makes it possible to consider different arrangements, the high ceilings give a feeling of spaciousness in every part of the interior without loosing the sleek look of the exterior.
Once built, Dream will be fitted with two 3516B HD Caterpillar engines, producing 1,825kW.
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