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Dream Ship Victory's 63.5m superyacht Mikhail S Vorontsov sets sail

The first yacht from Dream Ship Victory, Mikhail S Vorontsov, is just about to leave The Netherlands, where she has been finished by Balk Yachts.

This 63.5m yacht is the concept of Valeriy Stepanenko who founded Dream Ship Victory and had the yacht's all-wood hull and deck built in Turkey and taken to Balk in The Netherlands for finishing. Also involved in this project are Dykstra Naval Architects, Ken Freivokh Design and Sinnex for the joinery.

We will debut the yacht in the upcoming The Superyachts Vol. 27 and in the August 2013 issue of Boat International, but we can tell you her interior is stunning, romantic and luxurious. She will charter in the Mediterranean under the management of Yachting Concept for €450,000 per week.

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